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Income Recovery Housing Officer

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    Housing & Property Services

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    Charlotte Rounthwaite

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    over 1 year ago

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Income Recovery Housing Officer

Temporary Ongoing

North Kent

£20 Umb

We are working with an organisation in North Kent who are seeking an Income Recovery Housing Officer to join their team on a temporary ongoing basis

The role of an Income Recovery Housing Officer is to develop and maintain effective working relationships with tenants within a defined geographic area, with a view to engaging their cooperation in paying their rent, working with other relevant agencies/services where required.

Responsibilities of the Income Recovery Housing Officer include:

  • Ensuring tenants comply with the terms and conditions of tenancy or licence agreements
  • Carrying out detailed and regular monitoring of individual rent accounts
  • Conducting regular tenancy audits to enable the authority to confirm tenancy and to identify any cases of tenancy fraud.
  • Taking an active role in team tasks such as targeted rent campaigns, and data collection exercises.
  • Supporting residents involvement activities, such as fun days and individual mechanisms
  • Use initiative and judgement in considering the most effective and appropriate methods to contact tenants such as by telephone, email or home visit.

Criteria of the Income Recovery Housing Officer:

  • Previous experience in dealing with social housing tenants and supporting them with rent arrears
  • Educated to A level standard or equivalent is desirable

Please apply now for an immediate start.

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