Creative? Organised? Responsible? Passionate about working with older vulnerable adults? Join us as an Activities Co-ordinator
We believe in providing only the highest standard of care at Notting Hill Housing. That means ensuring that our residents have the opportunities to interact with others and take part in stimulating activities that reduces the risk of social isolation.
We need an outgoing individual to take the lead in ensuring that our residents living in our new Extra Care service in Brent are given these opportunities.
With specialist training provided and the support of the extra care managers, you will be part of a team of co-ordinators working across our nine extra care services who organise activities. The work you will do is more than just arrange for our residents to meet up - the activities you put together will add value to our customers' lives, helping them to build and re-build connections within their local community. It doesn't end there. You will also ensure that our customers are not solely receivers of services, but have the chance to add value to their community, enhancing their wellbeing while promoting dignity and respect.
To do this role well we'll need you to have both knowledge and experience of involving residents in activities. Collaboration is important to us, and will be to you too. You'll be confident in working with partners and agencies both internally and externally. We'll trust you to maintain great working relationships with as many local community organisations as possible, so you can make best use of resources for activities and ensure we're offering our residents the right opportunities to connect.
In return we offer excellent benefits including 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays), health cash plan, season ticket loan, cycle 2 work scheme, childcare vouchers, life assurance and a generous contributory pension offer. You will be required to work late, early, weekends and Bank holiday shifts.
It is a requirement of this role that the job holder hold an enhanced DBS disclosure that we find satisfactory and we will apply for this during the pre-employment process.
To apply to this role, please email your CV to stating the vacancy reference and job title clearly in the subject box of your email by 12pm on 4 December 2017.
If you are shortlisted for this role, a member of the management team will give you a call to discuss your previous experience and skills. They will then confirm whether your application has been progressed further and if so, you will be asked to submit a Supporting Statement and be invited in for an assessment on 12 December 2017.
We are excited to be merging with Genesis Housing Association to form a larger organisation which will enable us to meet our shared ambition to do more. We are committed to recruiting and retaining the best talent while we continue to deliver great services alongside our integration to become one organisation.