North Norfolk is unrivalled as a place to live and work within area of outstanding natural beauty, the quality of life is excellent with mile after mile of stunning countryside, unspoilt coastlines and beaches, yet still within easy reach of the bustling cosmopolitan city of Norwich.
We are currently looking for a Tenancy Sustainment Officer to join our busy Housing Options team. The team delivers a vital service, securing and sustaining housing for clients across the district and the role is key to the provision of information and assistance to our clients to enable a greater access to suitable housing across all tenures, with a particular emphasis on sustaining independent living and homeless prevention.
This role works closely with clients that have been identified as rough sleeping and being homeless or requiring a housing need and have been successful with obtaining a tenancy the role will provide support to sustain the tenancy. The suitable candidate will hold the necessary experience of working with a variety of people across the community with a range of social needs.
We are looking for someone who is dynamic, confident and assertive yet is empathetic and non-judgemental with the ability to mediate and manage potential difficult situations.
At North Norfolk District Council, we believe that our people are our biggest asset and this is evidenced through our Gold Investors in People award. Our people tell us that this is a great place to work with an open culture and flexible learning and development opportunities. We offer employees a great working environment, flexible working options and a career average pension scheme.
We are committed to equality and diversity in employment and encourage applications from all sections of the community.
Employment is subject to a satisfactory Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check
To find out more informally, please contact Lisa Grice, Housing Options Manger on 01263 516164.
Please send all completed application forms to email@example.com
Closing Date: 9am on 17 June 2019
Interviews: 26 & 27 June 2019
Last updated: 6th June 2019