Project Coordinator Families First Officer
- Location: Witney
- Salary: Up to £27,000 per annum
- Hours: 37 per week
- Contract Type: 2 year fixed term
- Closing Date: 27 August 2019
About the role…
You will provide comprehensive homelessness prevention advice to families with a range of housing related issues on behalf of Publica. The Families First Officer will work with applicants to find solutions to their housing difficulties and thereby prevent homelessness occurring.
The role will include implementing the provisions of the Homelessness Reduction Act by working closely with the customer and a range of partner agencies to prevent homelessness occurring.
You will need…
- GCSEs (5 A-Cs or equivalent, including Maths and English)
- Experience of providing advice, and influencing customers
- Experience of working with vulnerable people/families
- Experience of managing a project and related budget
- Experience of work planning and meeting deadlines for self and for others
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to work as part of a team
For more information about this role please see the Job Description/Person Specification.
We are also recruiting for a Project Coordinator Homelessness Prevention (Complex Needs) please click here for more information. If you wish to apply for one or both roles due to their similarity and discuss at interview as to which one suits you, please specify this in your covering letter.
If you have any questions or would like an informal conversation about this position please contact Caroline Clissold (Housing Manager) on Caroline.Clissold@publicagroup.uk who will be pleased to discuss the role with you.
Please submit your application as soon as possible as this vacancy may close early due to high volume of applications.
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