BVSC Charity Jobs West Midlands Welcome to BVSC Charity Jobs West Midlands We host a range of jobs across the region on behalf of all non-profits which includes charities, social enterprises, faith organisations and community organisations. If you’re looking for a job in the sector, whether that’s in fundraising, campaigning, project management, or marketing - or perhaps you’re looking for the next step in your career - look no further. Back to BVSC Home About Advertise a Vacancy Hoarding Co-ordinator Northfield Community Partnership, Closing date: 15 December This role is funded through the Birmingham City Council Prevention & Communities Grant Salary: £ 15,000 Hours: 3 days per week (18 hrs) The Organisation: Northfield Community Partnership (NCP) is a Charity and Community Anchor organisation based within Northfield Southwest Birmingham. We work in partnership to enable people and communities to improve their life chances, through delivering a wide range of services and projects. NCP prides itself on its innovative work and highly developed partnership work. It’s an exciting time to join NCP who have partnered with Clouds End CIC, the UK’s no.1 social enterprise working with people who hoard. Job Summary: We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, compassionate, and community-minded individual with a sense of humour to join our team. The Hoarding Coordinator will be responsible for initial assessment, facilitating and coordinating interventions and support services for individuals affected by Hoarding Disorder. This role involves collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to assess, plan, and implement strategies to improve the living conditions and overall well-being of individuals with Hoarding Disorder. The role involves liaising frequently with the Neighbourhood Network Schemes’ (NNS’s) that cover the client’s constituency. NNS’s have been set up across Birmingham city to help adults lead healthier, happier, and more independent lives by introducing them to local community-based amenities or charities. Key Responsibilities: 1.Assessment and Planning:Conduct comprehensive assessments of individuals with Hoarding Disorder to understand their unique needs and challenges.Develop individualised intervention plans based on assessment findings.2.Client Support:Provide emotional support and education through one-to-one work with individuals with Hoarding Disorder to enhance their motivation for change.Connect clients with appropriate resources, services, and support networks.3.Coordination:Collaborate with mental health professionals, social workers, occupational therapists, and other relevant experts to ensure a holistic approach to hoarding intervention.Coordinate intervention efforts, including therapy sessions, home visits, and clean-up services.4.Documentation:Generate client records, reports and updates for C2O admin assistant to file.5.Crisis Management:Be prepared to address and manage crisis situations, such as health emergencies or housing issues, that may arise in hoarding cases. Personal Specification: Skills/Knowledge/Experience Essential Desirable Assessment Method Relevant experience in working with individuals with Hoarding Disorder or related mental health conditions, i.e., OCD, Bipolar, depression, anxiety. x · Application form · Interview Experience of working in a partnership /charity/ voluntary sector environment x · Application form · Interview Strong understanding of the psychological, emotional, and social aspects of Hoarding Disorder. x · Application form · Interview Excellent communication, empathy, and interpersonal skills. x · Application form · Interview Ability to work independently and as part of a team. x · Application form · Interview Knowledge of Birmingham resources and support services for individuals with Hoarding Disorder. x · Application form · Interview Lived experience of hoarding x · Application form · Interview · Experience of working with people from disadvantaged groups x · Application form · Interview Proficiency in maintaining accurate records and documentation. x · Application form · Interview · A thorough use of Microsoft Office packages including Word, Excel, and Power point. x · Test · Application form · Commitment to equality of opportunity x · Application form · Interview Attributes · A commitment to the ethos of the organisations’, energy, initiative, resilience, a liking of people, and a sense of humour. x · Interview Willingness to engage in ongoing professional development and training related to hoarding intervention. x · Application form · Interview Sensitivity to cultural diversity and respect for individuals' privacy and dignity. x · Application form · Interview · Willing to undertake a DBS check x · Application form · Interview Other Information: Pension The company operates a pension scheme and if you meet the criteria you will be eligible to enrol for. Holidays In this role you will be entitled to 33 days of annual leave (to include bank holidays) pro rata to reflect hrs worked An application pack can be obtained by emailing: [email protected] Closing date: Friday 15th of December, interviews are likely to be held on the 19th and 20th of December (We are actively recruiting so applicants will be reviewed as and when received).