Pathways Coordinator

2018-11-25 19:09:212018-12-03Resourcing Group Futures
Job TypePermanent
AreaLondon, EnglandBrixton
SectorDomestic Violence - Operational Management
Salary£30000 - £31000 per annum
Start Dateasap
Job Ref45353_1543172961
Job Views102

Job Title: Pathways Coordinator

Based: London

Salary: £30k

Length: Perm post

Hours: 37.5 hours

Start: ASAP

Requirements: Enhanced DBS

Resourcing Group are recruiting on behalf of a Specialist Service within the Charities Sector. The role is a Pathways Coordinator within the Women and girls sector.

  • To train advocates and keyworkers around housing and homelessness legislation impacting on women affected by the criminal justice system
  • Develop effective partnerships with local authorities and other housing providers in various boroughs across London and create systems changes that improve housing outcomes for women involved in the criminal justice system.
  • Improve capacity of colleagues to manage complex casework for service users experiencing or at risk of homelessness
  • Development of referral pathways and gain an understanding of each borough's provision around homelessness.
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of case workers on how to provide information and advice to service users
  • Identify & strengthen links with local authorities and other housing providers to support the development of housing pathways
  • Support the utilisation of Private Rented Sector accommodation as a housing option
  • Identify & strengthen links with local authorities and other housing providers to support the development of housing pathways
  • Build and maintain links with housing law solicitors and local law centres to provide a point of contact for key workers

Attendance at local authority and voluntary sector fora, such as homelessness forums, to develop and maintain positive relationships to develop systems changes that improve housing outcomes for women involved in the criminal justice system.

  • Deliver training and workshops on housing law, homelessness and move on pathways to keyworkers based within the women centres/hubs.

  • Train and inform key workers and advocates on how to develop tailored housing/move on plans for each woman.
  • Create and maintain a resource database for project workers to access regarding current housing and homelessness legislation, template letters and local contacts for each borough.
  • Provide advice on grants available in each borough for the client group
  • Undertake appropriate, effective and accurate record keeping and data collection for monitoring and evaluation of the project and play an active role in any service reviews, audits and evaluations as required.
  • Ensure that confidentiality of records and information relating to service users and staff is maintained in accordance with Confidentiality Policy and Data Protection Policy and Procedures.
  • The post holder must ensure that personal information for service-users, members of staff and all other individuals is accurate, up-to-date, kept secure and confidential at all times in compliance with the GDPR 2018.

Should you want to see more information on this post please apply to the advert or alternatively email or call me;

0207 264 0715

Resourcing Group is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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