Clarion Housing Group

Clarion Housing Group is the UK’s largest provider of affordable housing. We are committed to playing our part in tackling the housing crisis, both as a social landlord and developer of new housing.

More than 350,000 people call a Clarion home their home. Our mission is to provide and maintain good quality housing for our residents and to build communities through high quality design and place making.

We are a social business, reinvesting our profits into building new homes and providing support and opportunities to our residents through Clarion Futures, our charitable foundation.

27 Jun, 2022
£25,000 - £29,659 yearly
Clarion Housing Group Kent, UK
We provide supported accommodation and community support services to vulnerable people across Kent. We support survivors of domestic abuse, homeless individuals and families, young people, ex-offenders, refugees, people with a learning disability, those experiencing mental health problems and Syrian refugees that come to this country under a Government led initiative for resettlement across Kent. What you’ll be doing We’re extending our management team and currently looking for a Team Leader to be based in Sittingbourne covering our Domestic Abuse Services across North and South Kent.  You’ll work with and support the Project Manager to deliver accommodation based and community support services of exceptional quality. We’ll look to you to inspire, motivate and support a team of Support Officers and IDVAs having day to day responsibility for supervising staff, including 121 support and monitoring performance. You’ll also have the opportunity to also hold a caseload of clients....
21 Jun, 2022
£25,113 - £28,000 yearly
Clarion Housing Group Dagenham, UK
Do you want to be part of a dynamic and growing organisation that works to provide housing and tenancy related support to single people with Mental Health issues? Our Mental Health service is currently looking for a Support Officer to join our dynamic team in Dagenham. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity. You should be able to demonstrate good knowledge of issues people living with a mental illness may experience. The service runs to empower residents and support them on their journey to independent living. You’ll actively and regularly engage with local community meetings, as well as working in partnership with our colleagues from the local CMHT and Adult Social Services. Providing welfare benefits advice, budgeting and money management skills as well as supporting customers to develop skills to successfully live independently. Who are we looking for? You’ll have knowledge of issues affecting those individuals with a range of mental health conditions,...