Female Resettlement Manager

Recruiter
Location
City of London
Salary
£35000.00 - £350000.00 per annum
Posted
19 May 2017
Closes
05 Jun 2017
Ref
HQ00170161
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

The Marylebone Project is one of the largest women's hostels in the UK for vulnerable women affected by homelessness. They offer support to women with a range of complex needs, including substance misuse, mental health issues and domestic violence, and provide these support services in a warm, welcoming and secure environment. They are now recruiting for a Resettlement Manager, to ensure a high quality of service for the users of their Resettlement and Emergency Bed Service.

As Resettlement Manager, you will line manage a team of frontline staff and will set the strategic direction of the Resettlement service, considering its role within the wider organisation. You will work to create and maintain key partnerships, and will manage and gatekeep the referral process in to the Marylebone Project for general, low and no support needs beds. Overall you will continually work to ensure that a high quality of service is delivered to all users of the Resettlement and Emergency Bed Service.

This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to work as part of an existing team, offering support to a range of vulnerable women. To be considered for this position, you must have demonstrable experience of leading multiple teams, including line management and effective workforce management. You must have significant housing management experience, as well as extensive knowledge and appreciation of the challenges faced by homeless women. You will also have proven working experience of contract monitoring and of setting and influencing strategy. Ultimately you will be enthusiastic, passionate and dedicated to leading a team to deliver the best quality of support to vulnerable homeless women.

Because of the purpose of our client's work, only women are eligible to apply for this role, under Section 7(2) (b) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.

Please note this role will be to work 40 hours a week (based on a 5 week rota), working 1 out of 5 weekends.

Interviews on Tuesday 13th June