Advancing People have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Resettlement Co-ordinator or somebody who has assisted people escaping Domestic Violence. This position is to work for a progressive, forward looking small Housing Association, committed to supporting people to recover from trauma and the devastating impact of homelessness, in a safe and aspirational environment. Their purpose is to end homelessness. They achieve this through the provision of person-centred support and care, the encouragement to build upon personal strengths, and the empowerment to gain independence and develop greater resilience.
You will need to be passionate about making a difference to lives and wanting the best for people; this often means 'going the extra mile' to achieve it. In return, you will be offered a competitive remuneration package, developmental support and training opportunities and a friendly working environment.
Please only apply if you have direct experience in working with experience of working with people fleeing domestic abuse, and/or resettlement.
We are looking for someone with extensive experience of the processes involved, preferably working directly with "no recourse for public funds" clients. You will enable clients to make decisions regarding their accommodation, produce and review resettlement and safety plans and support individuals to move into independent living.
Working in a psychologically informed way, you will ensure a high standard of service delivery is achieved by championing our values, policies and procedures including safeguarding clients and families at risk of abuse. Reporting to the Resettlement Manager
Salary £21,500 - £23,500 - inclusive of car allowance
Monday - Friday (Full Time) Location - Bedfordshire with home working flexibility