August 2019 - NewStart
As a Housing Liaison Officer, you will be responsible for helping customers who are suffering from mental illness by providing a direct service. Support and guidance will be offered by the Senior Practitioner.
You will liaise closely with officers of the Local Authority Housing Service and other appropriate agencies in the field of housing. You will assess the needs of each individual and assist in facilitating an appropriate response.
Improving Housing in Brent
So, are you passionate about customer service? We are looking for exceptional people to be a customer service ambassador for Brent Housing Management Service.
Brent is a tremendously vibrant London borough where the iconic arch of Wembley Stadium dominates the skyline. Spanning both inner and outer London, it is a borough of huge contrasts in terms of its economic, environmental, ethnic and social make up. Brent’s diversity is evident to all who visit our borough and our long history of ethnic and cultural diversity has created a place that is truly unique and valued by those who live and work here.
Working Hours: Full Time, Permanent Hours per week – 37
Location: Leicestershire County Council, County Hall, Glenfield, Leicestershire, LE3 8RB
‘There is great potential for landlords to work with us to help people get the homes they want.’
Contract type: Full time, permanent
Hours: 37 per week
Location: Based in Spalding, Lincolnshire
Benefits include a local government pension scheme and flexitime.
Want to be part of an organisation committed to delivering world class service? One that thinks ahead for customers, pre-empting their needs?
The Government of Jersey is going through a transformation that puts customers at the heart of everything they do. Its 6,700 public servants are responsible for the cradle-to-grave health, education, social care and social security of Jersey’s 100,000 islanders. The government collects the taxes that pay for public services, and pay the income support and pensions that help families and the elderly. The government keeps islanders safe from harm – policing Jersey’s streets, running its prisons, fire and ambulance services. It also protects the natural environment and biodiversity, supporting the island’s agriculture, fishing and tourism sectors.