Deputy Manager Daniel Gilbert House £30,000 per annum | 40 hours per week (plus paid on-call) based in Spitalfields/Shoreditch
This is an exciting opportunity for you to progress your management skills and make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable rough sleepers and people with complex support needs.
You will bring your leadership skills, enthusiasm and organisational skills to develop the potential of staff and residents.
About the role
You will be responsible to the Supported Housing Services Manager for the day to day management of Daniel Gilbert House (DGH).
Lead, manage and develop the support team to provide high quality personalised services to our guests
Work with external agencies to ensure the smooth running of the service and access to community based services for our guests
DGH is an 87 bed recently refurbished recovery centre for homeless people just off Brick Lane in the heart of East London. All of the residents have self-contained accommodation in one of 3 blocks. The service provides innovative personalised and responsive support to individuals who are on their journey from homelessness to independent living.
Who we are looking for
A confident people manager with good organisational skills and the ability to relate well to our guests who is looking for their next step and who:
Has experience of managing staff in support services.
Can provide leadership and take responsibility in the manager’s absence.
What we offer
PRHA was awarded the Investors in People Gold standard for the second time in 2019. We are in the top 3% of housing associations in achieving this award.
Our comprehensive, training and support package will enable you to grow in your career and achieve your professional aspirations.
What we do
PRHA is a specialist Housing Association and adult social care provider focussed on East London, mainly Tower Hamlets and the City, Hackney and Southwark. We help people who are homeless (or at risk of becoming homeless) to help themselves through a wide range of residential and non-residential services. As well as having suffered the crisis of homelessness, many of our residents have support needs relating to substance misuse, poor mental and physical health.
Our services include permanent & temporary housing, support to live independently, resettlement preparation & support, access to employment, training & education & money management advice.
Our support services are underpinned by a commitment to Psychologically Informed Environments and personalised support.
How to apply
Please see the Job Description and Personal Specification and Application Form attached. These can also be accessed via our website.
Please complete the Application Form and return via email or post- details of which are on the Application Form.
Monday 21st September 2020 11am.
Tuesday 29th September 2020
It is required for this post that the successful candidate will have to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure check.