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Moneywise Plus

Moneywise Plus is a project which aims to improve the on-going digital and financial competence of those who are unemployed or economically inactive. The project is jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund until December 2019 and is being led by Reaching People, a consortium of VCS organisations. The Bridge is one of 9 delivery partners and has responsibility for the Community Engagement and Triage function of the project.

Community Engagement and Triage worker (2 posts)

Hours: 37 hour per week
Salary: Up to £18,824 p.a.

We are looking for experienced, organised and dynamic individuals who can provide a professional and welcoming engagement and triage service. The role will involve assessing participant’s presenting needs in relation to financial and digital inclusion.  You will have experience of working with those who are unemployed and economically inactive, possess exceptional people skills, be a strong communicator and someone who has a passion for helping vulnerable people. 

Lottery Funded

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Referrals Administrator

Hours: 37 Hours Per Week
Salary: Up to £17,168 p.a.

We are looking for a highly motivated and committed individual to receive and process referrals made to Moneywise Plus. You will have exceptional people skills, be a strong communicator and someone who has a passion for helping and supporting vulnerable people. In return we offer opportunities to develop and build your skills and knowledge as part of our high performing team

Lottery Funded

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Single Access Point Assessor

Hours: 37 hours per week 
Salary: Up to £21,952

The Bridge is an Independent Housing Organisation providing specialist Housing Advice, Housing Support Services and Mediation Services.
The Single Access Point is a highly successful, innovative service based at The Bridge and delivered in partnership with Charnwood Borough Council. The service is the first port of call for all 16 and 17 year olds with a housing problem. The aim of the service is to significantly reduce the number of homeless young people in Charnwood by using a variety of preventative measures.
Based in Loughborough you will undertake holistic needs assessments for 16 and 17 year olds, co-ordinate support packages and work with parents and other family members to prevent problem situations escalating to homelessness. You will be a confident, enthusiastic and creative individual who works well under pressure. You will be committed to partnership working and have the ability to develop strong working relationships with external agencies.

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Housing Advice Team Manager (Policy and Partnerships)

Hours: 37 hours per week 
Salary: Up to £26,804
Contract: 1 Year fixed term contract to cover maternity leave

We are looking for a committed and experienced Housing Advice Team Manager to support the management and development of the Specialist Housing Advice Service and the Single Access Point Service for 16 and 17 year olds.  
This role will include managing and motivating the staff team, implementing and monitoring quality standards and continuously improving our services. As a member of the management team, you will be expected to contribute to the overall vision and delivery of the organisation’s strategic objectives and support the development of local and national housing/homelessness policy.
You will have a minimum of 2 year’s Specialist Housing Advice experience, a thorough knowledge of the Children Act 2004 relating to homeless young people and an in depth working knowledge of the Homelessness legislation. You will also have supervisory and management experience.

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