The Supported Housing Commissioning Team commission services for Lambeth people including homeless young people, young parents, looked after children, care leavers, unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, vulnerable adults, and individuals who are rough sleeping. This post will focus on the commissioning of services for homeless young people, 16/ 17 year old children looked after and care leavers.
It is an exciting time to join the team, with work underway to completely transform housing-related support for young people in Lambeth. The two-year transformation programme includes setting-up a radically different and innovative new joint Children’s Social Care and Housing pathway for all young people who require housing-related support.
The postholder will be critical to the success of this transformation programme, working with the rest of the commissioning team to deliver several de-commissioning and commissioning workstreams within agreed timescales.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic and experienced individual to join our lively, passionate, and welcoming team. The role will be extremely varied, and you will play a key part in making a significant difference to the lives of the young people of Lambeth.
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In addition to the salary, we offer attractive benefits, please view Lambeth Employee's Benefits on our website.
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Interviews will be held w/c 12th June 2023.
Please visit our website www.lambeth.gov.uk/jobs to apply for this role.
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