Supported Housing Coordinator

January 22, 2024
£26010 - £27415
Application deadline closed.

Job Description

Role: Supported Housing Coordinator
Salary: £26,010 to £27,415 per annum
Location: Inverness, IV3 8ER
Job type: Permanent/ 35 hours
Job Ref: ID358-0114
Closing Date: Monday 5th February 2024
Trust has an exciting opportunity for a Supported Housing Coordinator to join our team based at Lower Kessock Street, Inverness on a permanent basis.
In return for your enthusiasm and commitment as a Support Housing Coordinator we will offer you: –
• Annual Salary of £26,010 to £27,415 per annum
• Working 35 hours per week, Monday – Friday
• Generous annual leave entitlement
• Paid Disclosure Scotland check
• Paid Professional Membership, including SSSC
• Access to paid training & continued personal development

What we’re looking for in our Supported Housing Coordinator:
As Supported Housing Coordinator, you will play a key role in the lives of our tenants. Promoting and supporting independent living, you will develop a professional and caring relationship with individuals, providing advice and assistance linked to their individual support plan. In addition, you will build positive working relationships with colleagues in other agencies such as health care and social work.

Supported Housing Coordinator Skills & Experience:
The successful applicant will ideally have previous experience in managing a service for vulnerable people, preferably older people, be able to demonstrate a clear empathy with tenants as well as being able to exhibit excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Management of the staff team is a key element of the role and experience in this area is essential. On a personal level, candidates should be well organised and approachable with
excellent interpersonal skills. A professional qualification (SVQ level 3 or equivalent) is highly desirable.

About the Development:
Located in Lower Kessock Street just half a mile from Inverness’ city centre in a great location
and there’s a handy bus stop just around the corner. The supported housing service provides
two meals per day, a main meal and a light meal, which is made in the kitchen and served in
the communal dining room. Staff are available on site between 8am and 7.30pm. Any
personal care services needed are provided by another agency such as Social Services. The
staff team consists of the Co-ordinator, part-time Supported Housing Workers, Cooks,
Catering Assistants and Domestics.
If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Supported Housing Coordinator
and you’d like to work with a prestigious and well-established company that puts people at
the heart of all we do, then we’d like to hear from you.
Trust Housing:
Trust Housing Association is a national housing, support and care provider, offering a range of
accommodation and support services. Primarily serving older people in our communities we
also provide housing for families and individuals. We have over 3,600 households across the
length and breadth of Scotland, from the Highlands and Islands all the way down to the
Trust is an Investor in People Platinum accredited employer, a Leader in Diversity and a great
place to work.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the
Trust Housing Association is a Registered Scottish Charity- SC00908