London, Greater London
£33,249 - £36,491 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Are you looking for an opportunity where your skills will make a difference in helping to end homelessness and rebuild lives?

 

About the role

The North Camden Mental Health Accommodation Team works with clients with a mental health diagnosis across a range of supported accommodation projects.

All our projects are linked in to Camden’s Mental Health Pathway and the aim of the service is to empower and support clients to engage in services and opportunities in the community to become more independent and to move through the pathway into their own accommodation.

This role is Monday to Friday and the post holder is not expected to work unsocial hours.

 

What we’re looking for

We are looking for a dynamic and committed individual who has a good understanding of mental health and supporting individuals recovering from a mental illness. You should be organised, proactive and able to prioritise, work on your own and use your initiative.

As a Deputy Manager you will support and supervise staff to work effectively, with a recovery focus, with our clients. You will also deputise for the Manager in their absence and be involved in external liaison and developing the service.

 

What we offer

  • Excellent Development and Growth Opportunities

St Mungo’s employees are encouraged to consider opportunities to develop new skills or progress including; secondments, internal transfers, application to new roles in the organisation or just to get involved in various projects happening within the organisation.

As a result last year 35% of our vacancies were filled by promotions. In 2019 we achieved We Invest in People Gold level accreditation and are one of just 3% of housing associations to achieve this standard; 82% of staff who took part in the IIP survey say St Mungo’s is a great place to work.

  • A Diverse and Inclusive Work Place

At St Mungo’s, equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work. We are proud of our commitment to diversity and inclusion and have 7 great Diversity Networks to support clients and staff from different backgrounds so they are able to be their best selves. Our Networks include: BAME, Carer’s and Parent’s, Lived Experience, LGBTQIA+, Disability Awareness, Irish and Women’s Action.

  • Flexible Working and Other Benefits

We are committed to maintaining your work/life balance. We offer 25 days annual leave, and operate a very popular Flexi Time scheme, which allows you to supplement your annual leave entitlement. After 5 years, staff annual leave entitlement increases to 28 days.

St Mungo’s contribute 4% of your gross annual salary, and you are able to enrol in the Defined Contribution scheme following a successful probationary period in which the employer contribution is 6%.

 

What we do

At St Mungo’s our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. As a homelessness charity and housing association, our clients are at the heart of what we do, and in 2019 we supported nearly 30,000 people who were either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our staff are crucial to making this happen.

 

How to apply

To find out more and apply please go to the St Mungo’s careers page on our website. 

To view the job description and guidance on completing your application form, please click on the document available tab at the top of the advert page on our website.

 

Closing date: 10am on 26 May 2020

Interview and assessments on: 5 June 2020

 

It is a requirement for this post that an enhanced DBS disclosure check will be undertaken for the successful candidate.

Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.

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Refreshed on: 16 May 2020
Closed date: 26 May 2020
Tags: Social Care/Development, Management