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Contracts & Commissioning (Homelessness)

Job Title: Contracts & Commissioning (Homelessness)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Bristol
Industry:
Salary: 27358-30756
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 3220
Job Published: March 06, 2019 10:20

Job Description

Contracts & Commissioning (Homelessness)
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual interested in homelessness issues and with experience in managing contracts or grant funded programmes. This post offers the chance to work within our Housing Options service, and alongside our partner agencies, supporting rough sleepers and homeless people.

Directorate
Growth and Regeneration
Job Type
Housing
Working Hours
Full Time
Employment Type
Fixed Term
Location
100 Temple Street BS1 6AG
Pay Grade
BG10
Salary
£27,358 - £30,756
DBS
Not Applicable
Closing Date
19/03/2019
Ref No
3220
Documents
Person Specification
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Job Description
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The main programme you will help develop and monitor involves a range of newly funded interventions.  These are aimed at helping people moving away from rough sleeping, or at risk of returning to rough sleeping.  You will work in close partnership with the new Somewhere Safe to Stay hub, funded by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government.

This post offers the chance to work within our Housing Options service, and alongside our partner agencies, supporting rough sleepers and homeless people.

The main programme you will help develop and monitor involves a range of newly funded interventions (Rapid Rehousing Pathways). These are aimed at helping people moving away from rough sleeping, or at risk of returning to rough sleeping.  You will work in close partnership with the new Somewhere Safe to Stay hub, funded by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government.

Additional Information:

Previous experience working in homelessness services (or related service area) alongside good communication, negotiation and good IT skills are key for this role.  You will also need to be able to work flexibly, manage time effectively and co-ordinate a range of interventions to ensure work objectives and deadlines are met.

Rewards and benefits include:

•High quality training and support

•Flexible and agile working environment

•Membership of a Local Government Pension Scheme

•At least 24 days annual leave rising to 29 days plus 8 days bank holidays per year

Please note this post is a 2 year fixed term position.

Interviews will be held at 100 Temple Street on 3rd and 4th April 2019.

Want to know more?  Please contact Carmel  Brogan, Team Manager on 0117 352 5137 or carmel.brogan@bristol.gov.uk.