Housing Advice and Support Officer


Salary  £14,418 a year, 17.5 hours per week. Terrence Higgins Trust.  Apply by 11 June. 17.5 hours per week.

Salary:  £14,418 a year (£28,837 pro-rata)
Location:  London, WC1X
Fixed term until 31 March 2013

This role is part of a Social Action Research Project aimed at achieving a better understanding of the housing option available to older people (50+) living with HIV.

The purpose of this role is to provide advice on housing options and provide support to older people living with HIV. In addition, the project aims to create a range of guidelines and toolkits for key stakeholders to use to inform and improve the services that they offer to older people living with HIV.

THT is seeking to appoint someone with a range of skills that cover the provision of a housing options service and also, importantly, to develop the service, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of different approaches, record and analyze presenting issues, experiences and outcomes to inform the development of guidelines and toolkits. In addition, to cascade training throughout THT to staff and volunteers providing direct services.

This role requires Enhanced CRB disclosure

THT will reward your energy and enthusiasm with a great range of benefits including generous annual leave, season ticket loan, family friendly policies and support for flexible working agreements.

Closing date

Closing date: 11 June 2012.  Interview:  21 June 2012.

More information and application information

To apply online and for information on all vacancies please visit the THT website

Under the Charity’s redundancy policy preference will be given to candidates who are currently at risk of redundancy within THT and these posts will be subject the Charity’s redeployment policies for such members of staff. However this should not deter other people from applying.

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