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Stoll

Stoll – Veterans’ Outreach Officer (London)

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Location: Fulham (includes travel within the M25 area)
Contract :  Permanent
Salary: £24.170 per annum
Hours of work: full-time

We are seeking an experienced person to carry out this role, who will be responsible for the support and wellbeing of Veterans, including those in transition from the armed services. You will assist them to enjoy independence, choice, and quality of life.  You will work in a team, carrying out needs & risk assessments and providing appropriate support, identified through person-centred support planning to help our Veterans achieve their goals and aspirations.  You will have experience of delivering housing related support services aimed at vulnerable people and their dependants.

The role is based in Fulham, London, but will involve travel within the M25 area.

If you would like to work for us and have a passion for providing an excellent service for vulnerable, Veterans along with the experience needed for this role, then we would like to hear from you.

Stoll strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.  We particularly welcome applications from ex-Service personnel.

All Stoll appointments are made subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Please complete the application form and email it to jobs@stoll.org,uk

The closing date is 28th August with interviews to be held on 7th September

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