Homelessness Case Manager
Dudley Council's Homelessness Service has a strong track record of innovative and partnership approaches to the prevention of homelessness.
Hours: 37 per week
Salary: Grade 7
The successful candidate will have a sound background in homelessness or related services, and be able to apply legislation and policy with confidence. Equally importantly, they will be customer focused, and able to identify and implement early intervention measures to prevent homelessness from occurring. This post is challenging and sometimes difficult, but offers an opportunity to work within a strong and mutually supportive team, committed to providing our customers with a great service at a time of crisis.
Please see the job description and person specification for this post. If you require any further information or an informal chat please contact Hayley Rowley on 01384 815041
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