12th Apr 2019 - NewStart

Housing Advice Officer

Whatever your role within Wyre Forest District Council, every day you will be working to benefit the people of Wyre Forest. You can help shape our District’s future, and you will be part of a workforce that makes a difference.

Quality, professionalism and commitment are the key drivers of the services we offer to enhance the quality of life of local residents and visitors to the District. In order to maintain high standards it is necessary to have a diverse workforce who are highly competent and experienced, whose main focus is ensuring the services we offer meet the aspirations and needs of our local community.

ENTERPRISE ADVISOR

Gateshead Council’s Economic and Housing Growth Service is responsible for leading the Council’s efforts to create a strong, sustainable and inclusive economy. It works across the policy areas that drive growth – the business environment, labour market, housing market and physical infrastructure – with the aim of boosting prosperity and reducing economic inequality.

NEIGHBOURHOOD HOUSING OFFICER X 4

An exciting opportunity has arisen within our Neighbourhood Housing Service. We are recruiting 4 new full time officers to focus primarily on assisting new tenants or those transferring from legacy benefits to Universal Credit (UC). The posts are fixed term for 12 months (to be reviewed at the end of this period).

The primary purpose of this role as Neighbourhood Housing Officer is to ensure our tenancies are sustained through proactive intervention by delivering a range of advice, support, prevention and enforcement measures to ensure our tenants can sustain their tenancies.

Programme Officer-MiFriendly Cities

Coventry has a proud record as an International City of Peace and Reconciliation and a City of Sanctuary. It is one of the most diverse cities in the UK with one in every seven people born outside of the UK. As a City of Peace and Reconciliation that offers a safe place for Asylum Seekers and has been one of the first to offer a place of safety and welcome to Syrian Refugees since 2014.

Homeless Support Worker

Whatever your role within Wyre Forest District Council, every day you will be working to benefit the people of Wyre Forest. You can help shape our District’s future, and you will be part of a workforce that makes a difference.

Quality, professionalism and commitment are the key drivers of the services we offer to enhance the quality of life of local residents and visitors to the District. In order to maintain high standards it is necessary to have a diverse workforce who are highly competent and experienced, whose main focus is ensuring the services we offer meet the aspirations and needs of our local community.

Private Rented Project Officer

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This role when look to boost access to the private rented sector for those at risk of homelessness by developing a social letting agency and providing support to landlords and tenants.

To coordinate and lead on developing a social letting agency in Wyre Forest and provide on-going management to properties within the agency. To provide tenancy support and pre-tenancy training to applicants, including those with complex needs to support them access and sustain accommodation. To support the development of a Private Sector Leasing scheme to increase the supply of accommodation in Wyre Forest available to single homeless applicants. To support and assist in the implementation of the Homeless Reduction Act 2017 through assisting applicants to access the private rented sector along with the Private Sector Liaison Officer.

Private Sector Liaison Officer

Whatever your role within Wyre Forest District Council, every day you will be working to benefit the people of Wyre Forest. You can help shape our District’s future, and you will be part of a workforce that makes a difference.

Quality, professionalism and commitment are the key drivers of the services we offer to enhance the quality of life of local residents and visitors to the District. In order to maintain high standards it is necessary to have a diverse workforce who are highly competent and experienced, whose main focus is ensuring the services we offer meet the aspirations and needs of our local community.

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