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g2 Recruitment Solutions are working with a local authority based in Surrey who are currently looking for an experienced Homeless Prevention Manager to join their team for a 12 month period. They are open to paying this on either an hourly rate or a salary basis but the role is unlikely to go on longer than a year as it is to cover a manager who is about to go on maternity leave. Experience needed - Experience and knowledge of HRA 2017 and other legislation's 202 Reviews experience Track record of managing and developing staff If you like the look of this position then please send your most recent CV and I will be in touch. g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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About the role * To carry out a range of administrative functions to enable the Social and Supported Housing team to meet the demands being placed upon it due to a short term increase in properties becoming available to let after Covid 19 lockdown * You will be required to safely carry out essential visits and to deal with a range of telephone enquiries across the Housing Options Units activities and carry out validation and verification procedures for the Housing Register The main purpose of the role: * To work to ensure Housing Register verification procedures are followed and to ensure banding awards under the Search Moves scheme and Allocations Policy are correct. * To obtain relevant documentation from applicants and to check records to enable quality nominations to be made to Registered Providers * To carry out home visits where essential and in compliance with risk assessments in place. * To work with Team members across the Housing Options Unit to support overall operational efficiency at a time of increased supply and demand from applicants including dealing with telephone enquiries.resulting from emerging from Covid 19 Lockdown Specific duties and responsibilities 1. To check all data held on systems to ensure that all original documents for verification have been seen and where absent or out of date to request the relevant documentation is received within a given time frame to verify an application 1. To undertake administrative processes and procedures including inputting data required to maintain the Councils Housing Register. To check records are updated when an applicant is rehoused or to be removed from the Housing Register. 1. Where an essential visit is deemed necessary, to ensure compliance with the risk assessment in operation at all times. To notify the Team Leader of any concerns regarding any request with staff safety being paramount. 1. To complete visit reports and to update systems as necessary following the visit and where changes are needed to be made to an assessment, or if the case is not verified, to update the systems as necessary. To notify the Team Leader of any particular concerns where guidance is needed regarding the banding award or priority date for their determination. 1. To review high banded cases to ensure that documents have been provided and to chase as necessary setting timeframes after which a case will be suspended under direction of the Team Leader. To notify the applicant of this decision. 1. To assist in the processes required to enable applicants to be put forward for nomination to properties held by Registered Providers / housing associations, completing nominations and providing relevant supporting information, tracking them until outcomes are known. To request completion of a Refusal Proforma where necessary and to refer complex cases to the Housing Register Officer or Team Leader. 1. To liaise with Registered Providers of accommodation and other agencies such as Social Services, Probation Service etc as necessary to assess housing needs and to obtain information required for nominating households for suitable property such as reports on care packages and support provided and to what level by agencies. Experience Experience of dealing with the public by phone Dealing with applicants face to face within an office or outside an office environment. Carrying out administrative duties in a frontline service. Worked in a housing environment preferably on lettings, homelessness or advice Knowledge, skills and abilities Well developed verbal and written communication skills able to write letters and reports. It literate / keyboard skills using various packages Flexible approach to work and able to work on own initiative and work to deadlines Must be able to deal with those who present with challenging behaviour. Must be alert to risks around lone working and be able to comply with Council risk assessments
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About the role * To offer assistance and support to Homelessness Prevention and Advice Officers as demand for the service increases due to the impact of Covid 19 on households * To carry out initial contact with applicants and screening of cases and enquiries where a household states they are homeless or threatened with homelessness * To focus on prevention of homelessness where possible and to manage its impact where unavoidable and to assist in move on plans The main purpose of the role: * To hold own caseload for cases at Prevention Stage keeping under review personalised Housing Plans as required by the Homelessness Reduction Act to ensure they remain relevant, motivating clients to be proactive in sustaining or seeking accommodation. * To conduct enquiries as necessary on homeless applications and particularly for cases where possession action is taken on Assured Shorthold tenancies following lifting of such action by the Courts after Covid 19 protection is lifted. * To participate in duty rota to ensure a quality service is provided Specific duties and responsibilities 1. To provide a responsive service to those who are homeless or threatened with homelessness following a direct approach or having received a referral from a relevant public organisation or from internal teams. To assist members of the public who are in housing need or have housing related enquiries in person where essential or more usually by, telephone, letter or email. To participate in a duty rota to provide a responsive frontline service. 2. To develop Personal Housing Plans (PHPs) with clients as appropriate taking into account the circumstances that led to the threat of homelessness, the housing needs of the applicant and the type of accommodation required and support needed to secure and retain accommodation. 3. To make recommendations for the use of the Council’s Prevention fund for clients to prevent homelessness 4. To issue relevant notices in writing ensuring the reasonable steps to be taken by the client and Council are clear in respect of securing and retaining accommodation. To seek the client’s agreement to the steps to be taken and to keep this under review until the prevention duty under the Homelessness Reduction Act ends. 5. Where homelessness can’t be prevented to secure interim accommodation if there is reason to believe the client has a priority need. As directed by the Team Leader to investigate the case taking action under relief duties to help the client to secure accommodation for a 56-day period or to refer cases to another local authority where satisfied local connection criteria is met. To monitor relief cases ending the duty as appropriate. 6. As directed to investigate homelessness applications and complete records of enquiries updating databases. To assess clients needs completing suitability of accommodation assessments. To monitor cases set to view or offer under the Search Moves Choice based lettings scheme primarily for homeless cases. 7. Where a Part 6 offer is refused by a statutory homeless applicant, or other accommodation to discharge the duty, to encourage acceptance of the property and ensure clients receive “Right to Review “ documentation as appropriate. 8.. To provide information to clients on the operation of the Council’s Housing Register. and advice to maximise prospects e.g. extending areas of choice and type of accommodation. To complete assessments on suitable accommodation for applicants to end the homeless duty and to arrange auto bidding for clients where necessary. 9. To work proactively with the Temporary Accommodation Co Ordinator to maximise housing opportunities To work closely with Rentstart to ensure the best use of resources as well other agencies such as Transform who have access to accommodation to best meet needs. Experience Experience of working in a frontline team in a housing social work or health setting or similar giving advice on housing or welfare issues. Development of Personal Housing Plans under Prevention Homelessness Reduction Act.or carrying out relief duties for applicants with investigation and determination of homelessness applications Experience of providing advice on housing options and the prevention of homelessness preferably within a local authority setting Experience of being able to influence and negotiate effectively. Knowledge, skills and abilities Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Excellent written and verbal communication skills being able to write complex letters and reports. It literate – experience of being able to effectively use a range of packages to access and record information on clients Must be able to remain calm when under pressure and deal effectively with difficult customers in stressful situations General understanding of the Council’s duties to homeless households under the Homeless Reduction Act and the main duties owed under Housing Act 1996 as amended Flexible in approach to work being able to work on own initiative as well as part of a team responding to changing needs in a busy frontline service Must possess good listening skills and empathise with those who are homeless or threatened with homelessness with a focus on finding solutions
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Vivid Resourcing are currently working exclusively with a local authority based near Surrey who are looking for an experienced Housing Option Officer on an initial 3-month basis. You will be required to be in the office 2 or 3 days a week to be on rota and the other days will be at home to work on your caseload. If this position interests you, or anyone you know, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Matt on (phone number removed). Vivid Resourcing are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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The Solution Group are currently looking for 2x Handyman for a project in Redhill. You will assisting with tradesman and painting a roof. Must have CSCS card and full PPe
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I am looking for Support Workers with experience supporting those with dementia to work in Surrey, Hindhead. The role is full time or part-time depending on your availability. We can offer days or night shifts on weekdays or/and weekends. As a Support Worker, you would be assisting the vulnerable service users with personal care, mobility, activities, and socializing. Due to the location, the own transport and driving license is essential. You will be offered: - Flexible working hours - Great Service where you are looked after - Excellent Competitive weekly pay - Free training The role is available now and I am kin to hear from those who have a passion for Care and want to make a difference in people's life. Please call Dorota on (phone number removed). Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone. Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing
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Are you looking for a new challenging role in Health and Social care? Would you like to work full-time hours contract through the agency with the option to go perm? This is an excellent opportunity for Support Workers to gain experience of working with children and young people with special needs in a caring, educational environment! Benefits for you: Regular working hours through a recruitment agency - but flexibility is there if needed! 52 weeks or 38 (term time only) contracts Opportunity to work for a well-known organisation on a temp to perm contracts The Role: To support children in the school and residential site ( personal care will be involved) To participate in various recreational, educational and social activities and to accompany students either to other areas of the site or off-site for scheduled meetings or activities. To support at all times the long-term aim for student independence To attend appropriate in-service training as required by the job role.Essential skills: Ability to interact with a range of people/young people Ability to work as part of a team Knowledge of young people who have complex and multiple learning disabilities including challenging behaviour. The mission is to create better futures for young lives with epilepsy and associated conditions and to enable children and young people with epilepsy and associated conditions to develop their full potential. Sounds like you? Please apply with your CV or call Dorota today on (phone number removed) Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone. Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing
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You will have the opportunity to work on one of a variety of our programmes and projects, helping us to design, develop, integrate, manage and support complex systems and combat sub-systems for in‑service and future submarines. You will work within a team of other engineers and technical specialists to understand and influence the inputs, flow of decisions and dependencies that will impact system design and product delivery. You will be responsible for the day-to-day identification and appropriate resolution of technical issues throughout the product lifecycle, helping us to support our submarines that play a critical role in our nation's defence. Supporting the development of design solutions to agreed time, cost and quality to support project and business milestones, and ensuring that your work meets its contractual, safety and environmental obligations. Ensuring that technical and performance requirements of the combat systems and products are correctly identified, and working at the relevant point of the engineering lifecycle to ensure that these systems are designed, built, integrated and accepted into service, with the correct level of authority. This will also include working with suppliers and the military users of our equipment. Desirable: Use of system analysis and design tools such as Enterprise Architect. What we're looking for in you: You will be self-motivated and proactive individual with the ability to absorb knowledge from technical experts in order to develop your own skills. You will also possess strong written and verbal communication skills. We welcome people with experience of the military, defence and maritime industries, who can use their knowledge and learning to help us ensure that we provide the best products into submarines. We are also keen to work with people from other industries, technical fields and working environments who can bring in innovative and fresh thinking and work with us to participate and contribute to the important work that we do. This role requires full Security Clarence (SC) prior to working onsite. You must currently hold or be eligible and willing to obtain Security Clearance. This role involves direct access to ITAR Materials, therefore we can only consider a sole British National for this role. Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc. Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application
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CY Partners have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Clinical Study Manager to join a leading global pharmaceutical organisation, based in Surrey. As Senior Clinical Study Manager you will execute and deliver on the study, to set timelines, budget and quality as defined in the Non-Clinical and Clinical Development Plan and study protocols. This role will involve leading and managing a clinical study team using robust project management tools and operational practices. You will have the opportunity to interact with internal teams, as well as external groups and individuals, such as Investigational Sites, Contract Research Organizations and others as needed to help achieve company objectives and to build reputation. Other responsibilities may include: * Conduct and oversight of clinical / human subject research studies, including oversight of CROs and clinical sites according to the Functional Service Provider (FSP) or Full Service Outsouring (FSO) models. * Strong operational leadership of clinical study teams. * Acts as HBS custodian * Subject matter expertise on implementing good clinical practice and evolving trends in clinical operations: * Leads CH clinical development improvement initiatives and change implementation. * Developing and deploying the CH written standards for the conduct of human subject research and oversight of human biological sample management within clinical development. This is an excellent opportunity for candidates with a good understanding of running clinical studies to build on their knowledge and experience of clinical study management. Get in touch with Helen at CY Partners today for a confidential chat about the role or apply by sending your CV across to us. The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove that they are legally entitled to work in the UK. CY Partners Recruitment Ltd, trading as CY Partners is an Employment Business/Agency
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The Solution Group are currently looking for 4x Painters to start in Redhill on Tuesday 14th All works will be external. Must have CSCS Card. For more information please call Sam Leeson
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