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    Social Work

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    Up to £14.67 per hour

  • Contact:

    Dean White

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Search Consultancy is working with Manchester City Council to recruit three Housing Solutions Officers to join their S21 and Court Service Teams.

Location: Manchester

Pay Rate: £14.67

Full Time Role (Mon-Fri)

Candidates will be expected to present cases to court and to prevent people from having to leave their homes.
They have to be able to identify invalid Section 21 notices and possess excellent negotiation skills.

They MUST have experience of implementing the 1996 Housing Act as amended by the Homelessness Reduction Act and preferably to have worked within a court setting.

The role holder will deliver high quality support for service users, managing existing and future risks through assessment, and creating plans which ensure the individual needs of service users are appropriately considered.

The role holder will assist service users to engage with support services provided by both statutory and voluntary agencies, ensuring that the client is appropriately supported and therefore able to contribute actively in the community.

The role holder will provide advice and expertise to partner agencies and stakeholders to promote the service and represent the rights and needs of the vulnerable residents of Manchester.

Why Search Consultancy Ltd?

Since our first office opened thirty years ago, we've built an enviable reputation for providing a high quality recruitment service. The Health and Social Care division at Search Consultancy Ltd is one of the largest providers of temporary healthcare workers. Your dedicated consultant will provide advice and work with you to find the perfect job.

If you are interested in this position, please apply online or contact Dean at dean.white@search.co.uk or call 0161 835 8772.

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age