| Service Manager
Young People | London E1 |£16.87 per hour | 6+ months | Job Ref: BD6956 | Posted: 10/01/2020
Central is currently recruiting for an experienced Service Manager, to work in the Westminster area. You would be responsible for leading and managing a mixed team of staff who work with vulnerable young people, ensuring that they are of outstanding enduring quality, manage your services to ensure they consistently reflect best practice, are financially viable and offer outstanding value for money.
Candidates should have experience in high support services and housing management.
Responsibilities of the job holder will include:
- Ensuring that support staff effectively manage lettings
- Monitoring housing management, rent arrears and court actions
- Checking service targets are met around rental income and void management
The successful candidate will be required to work 37.5 hours per week, working across Monday - Friday, 9AM - 5PM. This role is offered on a 6 month fixed term contract, and is based on an annual salary of £32,887 pro rata.
In this position, you will promote a vibrant culture with an uncompromising commitment to excellence and fully integrated support and development services, reflecting the needs of those accessing the service.
You will ensure that performance targets meet and exceed contractual requirements, all clients and other related data are recorded accurately and that QAF and other reporting requirements are met in a timely and planned manner.
You will also develop and maintain positive professional relationships with all local stakeholders including commissioners, providers, local community groups and young people.
To apply for this role, you must have experience of supported housing service management including line management. You must also have an understanding of Support People contract requirements, and excellent verbal and written communication skills. You must also be able to manage your workload to meet a range of conflicting deadlines, re-prioritising workload to reflect crisis situations and changes in deadlines