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Emma Carroll

 

Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader

  • Function: Housing Services
  • Seniority: Manager
  • Salary: £32,000 - £34,500 (per-annum)
  • Reference: EC00048
  • Location: Nottinghamshire
  • Type: Permanent

  • Closing Date: 17-09-2021

Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader

Greenacre are pleased to be supporting a housing organisation based in Nottinghamshire, with their recruitment of an Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader.

The Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader will be responsible for supervising a team of Anti-Social Behaviour and Nuisance Officers and for developing policies and processes and addressing both long and short term priorities, incorporating legal/statutory requirements, government initiatives and best practice, ensuring thorough investigation and excellent customer service is at the centre of service delivery and future development.

You will need to be resilient and an effective communicator to confidently engage with stakeholders and colleagues across an array of difference agencies.  You will need to be able to analyse and evaluate data from various sources to identify both opportunities and risks in order to make well considered decisions.

Knowledge of anti-social behaviour, statutory nuisance and housing enforcement interventions are pivotal as well as having direct experience of managing a team and leading projects.

  • To be responsible for the management and leadership of the Anti-social Behaviour Team, which manages high volume and wide-ranging demands including but not limited to, anti-social behaviour, waste on land, neighbour disputes, abuse and targeted behaviour and housing enforcement.
  • Working alongside the Community Safety Manager, the post holder will have responsibility for delivering the safer and stronger objectives to facilitate the delivery of improved outcomes in the local community
  • The post holder will be required to chair operational tasking meetings, ensuring a co-ordinated response for high-risk cases, ensuring threat, risk, harm and vulnerability is managed across the district.
  • To supervise officers and ensure officers conduct effective case management and investigation, including communications with victims and perpetrators, evidence gathering, prevention and problem solving, witness statements/hearsay statements and preparing high level quality legal case files including Injunctions, Closure and Criminal Behaviour Orders, FPN’s, Possession Proceedings and Community Protection Notices, Noise Abatement and PDPA Notices for serving or submission at court.
  • To be lead officer for the ASB and Nuisance Team in relation adult and children safeguarding referrals and advice including escalation. To ensure all risk and safeguarding is appropriately managed, referred and recorded with follow up including, child sexual exploitation, hate crime, domestic abuse, prevent/extremism and modern slavery.
  • To work in partnership with a wide range of agencies including Nottinghamshire Police, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, DWP, NHS, Probation, Youth Offending Service, Social Care, substance misuse services, and agencies from the voluntary, community and faith sector.

The ideal candidate:

  • Able to get the best out of a team, with effective management, leadership skills and emotional support.
  • Knowledge of investigations, legislation and enforcement tools and interventions relating to anti-social behaviour, statutory nuisance and housing enforcement
  • Suitable experience of bringing others round to new ways of thinking as a way of helping them to change. Is confident in positively challenging colleagues and agencies in order to achieve the best outcome for residents
  • Experience of project management and working constructively in teams and multi-agency partnerships relating to the delivery of community safety activities
  • Experience of advising and guiding others including internal and external stakeholders on matters relating to ASB including compliance with policy and procedure.

Company Benefits to include:

  • 29 days holiday
  • Flexible working
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Free Parking

 

 

Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader

  • Function: Housing Services
  • Seniority: Manager
  • Salary: £32,000 (per-annum)
  • Reference: EC00048
  • Location: Nottinghamshire
  • Type: Permanent

  • Closing Date: 17-09-2021

Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader

Greenacre are pleased to be supporting a housing organisation based in Nottinghamshire, with their recruitment of an Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader.

The Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader will be responsible for supervising a team of Anti-Social Behaviour and Nuisance Officers and for developing policies and processes and addressing both long and short term priorities, incorporating legal/statutory requirements, government initiatives and best practice, ensuring thorough investigation and excellent customer service is at the centre of service delivery and future development.

You will need to be resilient and an effective communicator to confidently engage with stakeholders and colleagues across an array of difference agencies.  You will need to be able to analyse and evaluate data from various sources to identify both opportunities and risks in order to make well considered decisions.

Knowledge of anti-social behaviour, statutory nuisance and housing enforcement interventions are pivotal as well as having direct experience of managing a team and leading projects.

  • To be responsible for the management and leadership of the Anti-social Behaviour Team, which manages high volume and wide-ranging demands including but not limited to, anti-social behaviour, waste on land, neighbour disputes, abuse and targeted behaviour and housing enforcement.
  • Working alongside the Community Safety Manager, the post holder will have responsibility for delivering the safer and stronger objectives to facilitate the delivery of improved outcomes in the local community
  • The post holder will be required to chair operational tasking meetings, ensuring a co-ordinated response for high-risk cases, ensuring threat, risk, harm and vulnerability is managed across the district.
  • To supervise officers and ensure officers conduct effective case management and investigation, including communications with victims and perpetrators, evidence gathering, prevention and problem solving, witness statements/hearsay statements and preparing high level quality legal case files including Injunctions, Closure and Criminal Behaviour Orders, FPN’s, Possession Proceedings and Community Protection Notices, Noise Abatement and PDPA Notices for serving or submission at court.
  • To be lead officer for the ASB and Nuisance Team in relation adult and children safeguarding referrals and advice including escalation. To ensure all risk and safeguarding is appropriately managed, referred and recorded with follow up including, child sexual exploitation, hate crime, domestic abuse, prevent/extremism and modern slavery.
  • To work in partnership with a wide range of agencies including Nottinghamshire Police, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, DWP, NHS, Probation, Youth Offending Service, Social Care, substance misuse services, and agencies from the voluntary, community and faith sector.

The ideal candidate:

  • Able to get the best out of a team, with effective management, leadership skills and emotional support.
  • Knowledge of investigations, legislation and enforcement tools and interventions relating to anti-social behaviour, statutory nuisance and housing enforcement
  • Suitable experience of bringing others round to new ways of thinking as a way of helping them to change. Is confident in positively challenging colleagues and agencies in order to achieve the best outcome for residents
  • Experience of project management and working constructively in teams and multi-agency partnerships relating to the delivery of community safety activities
  • Experience of advising and guiding others including internal and external stakeholders on matters relating to ASB including compliance with policy and procedure.

Company Benefits to include:

  • 29 days holiday
  • Flexible working
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Free Parking

 

 

Emma Carroll