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Quo Vadis Trust (QVT) is a specialist housing charity in South East London. We provide a service to people who suffer with varying levels of mental ill health and who need support with their housing. QVT currently provides homes to approximately 150 people in South East London. Our range of support, both on and off the premises, helps each individual client to maximise their independence.

The Board of Trustees of Quo Vadis Trust is the body accountable for all aspects of the work of the Trust. The main role of the Board is to govern the organisation and ensure that it fulfils its’ charitable objectives in the most efficient and effective manner, consistent with its values and approaches. It is also responsible for ensuring that monies received in furtherance of those objectives are applied effectively.

The Board of Trustees has been put in place to manage the charity’s resources effectively, provide long-term vision and protect its reputation and values. At all times the Board retains ultimate responsibility and accountability for all aspects of the Trust’s work. However, it does not get involved in the day-to-day operations of the Trust, as operational responsibility is delegated to the staff through the CEO.

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Quo Vadis Trust (QVT) is a specialist housing charity in South East London. We provide supported housing to people whose mental health has deteriorated and who need support with housing. QVT currently provides homes to over a hundred people in South East London. Our range of enhanced housing management helps each individual client to maximise his or her independence.

Job Purpose
- To provide an effective, efficient, responsive and client focused enhanced housing management service for our clients who are experiencing low – medium risk levels of mental ill-health. This post will be based in one of QVT’s supported housing schemes and/or include visits to independent flats.
- The post holder may be required to travel to other schemes to provide the service required by the client and/or to ensure seamless service delivery across QVT schemes.
- The post holder will be promoting independence and empowering daily living skills to our clients, helping them to live independently with a better quality of life.

Location: Lewisham/Croydon
Hours: 35 hours/week (includes shift work, weekends, bank holidays and working at night)
Contract: Permanent (6 months probationary period)
Benefits: Training, HSF Health Cash Plan, Childcare Vouchers, Flu Jab Vouchers, Auto-Enrolment Pension (subject to the conditions of the scheme) and more.

Closing Date: Open

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