Benefit Assesors required to assess and determine all types and tenures of Housing and Council Tax Benefit claims, including reconsiderations, to ensure compliance with legislation, Council policy and procedures within agreed timescales. based in Cornwall, Subject to satisfactory performance in week 1 at St Austell, a laptop computer and telephone will be issued allowing candidates to fully work from
X 6 housing officers required, please email firstname.lastname@example.orgJob Purpose To provide efficient, effective and responsive housing management services within a designated work area, ensuring that services are provided in accordance with agreed policies and priorities of the council. To carry out all the duties set out below and be responsible for particular tasks and specialism’s appropriate
Environmental Health Officer or equivalent experienceed officer for Houisng Inspection work and Licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation. HHSRS
To manage the provision of high quality, independent advice to prevent homelessness in Cornwall, and to administer homelessness services, making suitable provision of temporary accommodation as necessary. The directorate is also responsible for administering the Council’s Housing Register and Allocations Scheme. The directorate also seeks opportunities to innovate and adopt best practice
Job Summary; To enforce procedures to ensure compliance with relevant legislation. The role will include inspection of premises, advice, following up complaints/ accidents, monitoring standards and taking enforcement action, giving evidence in cases which come to court, keeping records and writing reports. EHOs can deal with a wide range of functions such as food safety, air pollution
This is a role of Temporary Accommodation Officer to ensure that temporary accommodation being provided by the Department in fulfilling its duties under the Housing (Wales) Act 2014 and Suitability of Accommodation Order Wales 2015 is of acceptable standards. To manage and increase as required the numbers of temporary accommodation provided by close working with landlords and other agencies.
To enforce procedures to ensure compliance with relevant legislation. The role will include inspection of premises, advice, following up complaints/ accidents, monitoring standards and taking enforcement action, giving evidence in cases which come to court, keeping records and writing reports. EHOs can deal with a wide range of functions such as food safety, air pollution control, noise control,
The person appointed must have experience in providing face to face housing Advise and in making statutory homelessness decisions. DBS required. Knowledge Of Part 7 Of The 1996 Housing Act And The Homelessness Act 2002. Working Knowledge Of Homeless Issues
Experience of investigating noise and nuisance complaints, Experience of investigating envirocrime, Experience in issuing fixed penalty notices, Must have full uk driving licence and use of a car, Experience of contract monitoring of cleansing and waste contracts. Working for the Neighbourhood Ward Office.
We need one options officer and one accommodation officer to work for the council offices in Bolton. Previous experience is essential.