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Vacancy Details

Housing & Health Project Officer (1 year contract - maximum of 20hrs per week)

Sevenoaks District Council
£27,608 - £30,245 (pro rata)
Council Offices, Argyle Road
Working Pattern:
Part Time
20 hours per week.
DBS Check:
Closing Date:
18/08/2019 at 23:55 PM
Sevenoaks District Council

The Kent Housing Group have set up a Housing, Health and Social Care Sub Group to promote healthy communities and deliver initiatives for individuals across Kent. This is an exciting opportunity to deliver this work as a Project Officer, managed by Sevenoaks District Council. 
You will aim to improve the customer journey, by making it easier for the most vulnerable residents across Kent to access the health and well-being support and advice.  With a proven track record of working within a housing environment and a strong understanding of good housing equals good health, the Project Officer will:  develop projects; upscale localised best practice; work with partners; organise events and training; deliver and report on targeted outcomes.
We are seeking a motivated and innovative person, with excellent verbal, listening and written communication skills who can work across a range of Kent based organisations.  The successful candidate must have project management experience, understand the needs of customers and communities and use their initiative to deliver creative housing and health projects and events.
If you are passionate about helping people to access health and well-being services to improve their lives and delivering targeted projects, then we would love you hear from you.
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Hayley Brooks, Head of Housing & Health on 01732 227272 or by email - hayley.brooks@sevenoaks.gov.uk.

Interviews - Week commencing 12th August 2019

Equal Opportunities

Sevenoaks – Working for Equality. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Sevenoaks District Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

How to apply

Please apply online (see below). If this is not possible, please contact a member of the HR team by either emailing recruitment@sevenoaks.gov.uk or contacting us on 01732 227383 to discuss how we can assist you in applying. For any technical problems regarding the application form, please contact the JGP Support Team on 0207 427 8250 or by email - Support@jobsgopublic.com.

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