Job Description Work Location: Fife Wide Post A: 20 hours per week Contract Type: Permanent Post B: 24 hours per week Contract Type: Temporary until 24 August 2021 Interview Date: 5 October 2020
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Good Housing impacts on so many aspects of our daily lives. As well as being a basic human right, it also encourages a sense of community, helps economies to thrive and creates an environment which people want to protect.
We need you to help us meet our aim to provide everyone with access to good quality, affordable decent housing that meets their needs and aspirations. We want to improve the quality of life for people across Fife and we work with many different organisations, including tenants groups, to try to make that happen.
As a Housing Management Officer, you will form part of an Area Housing Team that delivers on improved services. You will be responsible for a specific neighbourhood, ensuring high quality, well-run estates through the assessment of need of individuals, properties and nighbourhoods, followed by the development of solutions which range from prescribed processes to self-developed initiatives. You will deliver high quality landlord services to build stable communities by sustaining tenancies and engaging with customers and partners to make required improvements. You will be able to provide high standards of Customer Care while encouraging local people to maintain Estate Standards.
We are looking for an individual who has knowledge of the Scottish Secure and Short Scottish Secure Tenancies and who has experience of working with a range of Supports available to tenants. You will have experience of partnership working when managing tenancies. You will be committed to assisting tenants to sustain their tenancy, while also taking action against any breaches of tenancy.
You will need good time management, communications and organisational skills. You will also possess IT Skills.
You will be educated to SCQF level 5 or equivalent and you will require (if you do not already hold this) to undertake the Homepoint 2 qualification...... click apply for full job details