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ASB Officer

£20.09 - £26.50 per hour
 
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Billie Gumble Recruitment Consultant – Social Housing & Operational Support

Job Description

MMP Consultancy are looking for a Neighbourhood / ASB Officer to join a fantastic Housing Association in South London.

* Provide a responsive and pro-active tenancy management service, including succession, and mutual exchanges, and requests relating to the tenancy across all tenure types.
* Investigate and resolve tenancy breaches in line with the Association's procedures and where appropriate work in partnership with other agencies and colleagues.
* Ensure estates and communal areas are managed to a high standard and in conjunction with other colleagues, set up, monitor and manage contracts for estate cleaning, grounds maintenance and communal repairs and liaise with property services teams as required.
* Undertake estate inspections with residents, ensuring the reporting of any repairs, and completion of arising tenancy and estate management actions. This includes carrying out Fire Risk Assessment reviews.
* Lead on the management of any homeownership units within the patch, including liaison with
* Rents and Revenue Team, Property Services and Leasehold Officer. This includes support of statutory consultation, and responding to enquires arising from stair-casing and resales process.
* Bring any safeguarding concerns to the attention of the Team Leader, Manager or Housing Services Director or external agency as appropriate.
* Contribute to the continuing improvement and development of working practices, policy and procedure in relation to neighbourhood management.
* Investigate reports of domestic abuse, nuisance, harassment or anti-social behaviour made by or about residents or others and identify
* Take the lead role on risk assessment of ASB/DV cases
* Take all reasonable steps to resolve the dispute by agreement between the parties involving other agencies where appropriate (e.g. Mediation Services).
* Use non-legal ASB remedies such as Acceptable Behaviour Contracts, Good Neighbour Agreements and restorative justice where appropriate.
* Maintain systems for monitoring the incidence of nuisance and harassment and the
* relative success of methods used to deal with it.
* Communicate through social media channels anonymised successes.
* Any other related duties assigned by the Team Leaders or the Neighbourhood & Estate Services Manager/Housing Services Director.

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