The Housing Advice and Benefits Team provides support to those who are at risk of homelessness, are homeless or need help to pay their rent and council tax.
We are seeking a dynamic and innovative person to support residents who are currently in hospital and have housing issues that prevent their discharge from hospital.
You will be providing help and advice regarding homelessness and housing at external locations around the Borough.
In addition to previous experience of providing accommodation-based support and wellbeing support to clients, you will need to demonstrate an ability to problem solve and work with partner agencies to put clients truly at the centre of what we do in line with our CANDO values.This post is subject to a Basic Disclosure and Barring Service checkOur method of application is online by following the link. If you are unable to apply on-line please contact 01788 533564, or e-mail: email@example.com for further assistance.Interview: Week commencing 18 July 2022Information for Job Applicants
20 hours per week Working hours are between 12noon - 4:30pm The Children's Activity Scheme are looking for committed and motivated workers to join their team of experienced play and sports coaches. You will have knowledge of sports activities and the wider benefits of play/sports - as well as an understanding of the different types of play. You will have experience of working with children and young people, have some coaching experience and, preferably, be qualified to NGB Level 2 or equivalent. The Children's Activity scheme aims to increase play opportunities in the borough by providing quality, supervised play for children, young people and families in both structured and unstructured settings. These are delivered at a number of parks locations across the borough. In addition to this, we look to provide a mixture of arts & crafts, multi-sports and mentoring opportunities in schools and youth club environments. The post holder will be required to work both within schools during term time and in the community. The post holder will focus on the delivery of multi-sport sessions during school lunchtimes, evening Youth Club sessions in community facilities, predominantly during term time - but with community sessions carrying on during some holiday periods. There is further opportunity throughout the school holidays for Children Activity Leaders to work on special events and to delivery community play sessions, which will take place in Parks and Community Centres across the borough. Your own transport, with the ability to carry equipment is essential. This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure under the Disclosure and Barring Service.For an informal discussion about this role, please call Tom Parker, Play & Recreation Officer on 01788 533655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our method of application is online by following the link. If you are unable to apply on-line please contact 01788 533564, or e-mail: email@example.com for further assistance. Applicants are advised to apply early as if a large number of applications are received for this post we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the advertised date. Information for Job Applicants Corporate Values Additional Benefits Job Profile
Do you want to make a difference? You have an exciting opportunity to be part of our Environmental Health and Community Safety section within the Neighbourhoods Team.You will be part of a team delivering a quality service to residents, on issues that are often complex and can have a negative impact on quality of life.We are looking for a highly-motivated professional Environmental Health Officer, who is skilled in the effective use of our powers under the Housing Act 2004 and the Housing and Planning Act 2016. As part of the Neighbourhoods Team you will also be involved in their wider activities including nuisance, environmental crime regulations and community safety. The successful candidate will also be expected to deputise and support the management functions of the Principal Environmental Health Officer.You must have an excellent working knowledge of private sector housing legislation and proven experience in a housing enforcement or regulatory capacity. We are looking for the person with the skills and qualities needed to make optimum use of civil penalties, rent repayment orders and licensing powers to improve conditions and make a real and lasting difference to people’s lives.For an informal discussion about this role, please call Henry Biddington, our Environmental Health and Community Safety Manager, on 01788 533607, or Verna Zinclair, our Principal Environmental Health Officer - Neighbourhoods Team, on 01788 533858.Our method of application is online by following the link. If you are unable to apply on-line please contact 01788 533564, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.Information for Job Applicants Corporate Values Job Profile Additional Benefits
Rugby is a place where you can make things happen. The Council is ambitious for the borough and its communities and as the organisation's lead HR professional you can play a crucial enabling role for the rest of the organisation in delivering great outcomes for our residents.We are on a transformation journey building a place where employees feel valued, inspired and empowered to help us achieve our goals.We are looking for an accomplished and capable HR & OD leader who can excel in the vital interface between organisational change and staff engagement. You'll play a central role in bringing about cultural change along with the structural and organisational design to improve the effectiveness in our ways of working.This role will suit someone who is naturally proactive and thrives on challenges and opportunities. It's important that you have the breadth of perspective and relationship skills to influence across the organisation at all levels which is supported by the professional expertise to offer expert technical advice when required.Reporting to the Executive Director, you will drive the delivery of the HR Strategy and Workforce Plan to enable the Council to achieve its Corporate Strategy and Priorities. Leading the HR team, which includes Learning & Development and Payroll, you will play a vital role in enabling all we do to have a positive impact by ensuring good practice is a given, that fairness and equality are at the heart of everything we do.You must be a Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and have experience at senior level of delivering effective HR, Training, and/or Organisational Development services within a diverse organisation.For an informal discussion about this role, please call Clare Morgan, our Human Resources Manager on 01788 533572.If you are interested in applying for this role, please submit your CV and supporting statement which addresses the highlighted criteria on the person specification to email@example.com
Applicants are advised to apply early as we will be reviewing CVs on a regular basis and reserve the right to close the vacancy.
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