Resident Support Services
As a NHG resident you can benefit from our partnerships with local support agencies who can help you with many areas of your life from money and jobs to health and wellbeing.
Select a borough location and the type of service that you need in the filter boxes on the left. Then select a service from the list.
To apply, you can send your details to the partner who will then contact you to arrange the next steps.
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Axis are looking for property services professionals. They recruit individuals who have experience in repairs, maintenance and social housing. However, if you have sound trade skills and great customer service, they would like to hear from you.
• Customer Service Advisor
• Resident Liaison Officer
• Multi Trade Operative
• Gas Engineer
• Electrical Supervisor
• Site Supervisor
• Quantity Surveyor
They help their employees develop by providing a comprehensive appraisal and training programme, horizontal and vertical job opportunities, and surrounding you with exceptional management and industry professional peers.
There are hundreds of opportunities in various departments of RN. All you have to do is go on their website and search for an opportunity of your interest.
- Jobs can be given according to education level; however, they can start from the age of 15 years and 9 months till 35 years as a full-time and up to 42 years for part-time officers.
- Salary according to the job title
- There is no deadline for submission
If you would like to attend a zoom session to learn more about career opportunities in the Royal Navy please complete the referral form. Zoom sessions are run every Thursday at 6pm where RN career advisers and recruitment officers give advice to our attendees.
Futures For You is working with The National Careers Service to provide employment support in Hertfordshire. Whether you're unemployed, looking to make a change in your career or looking for new skills and training opportunities, we can help. We have a team of advisors who can provide 1-2-1 support over the phone, video chat or email. Even if you have been made redundant we can still help you understand how redundancy affects your emotions, identify your transferable skills, training needs, courses and help you search for a new job.
Startup School for Seniors is a free 8-week eLearning course for unemployed Londoners*, aged 50+, with the desire to start their own business funded by London Community Response kicking off on 5th October. From where to business ideas come from to funding, marketing, business planning, the course is being delivered by serial entrepreneur Suzanne Noble and business coach Mark Elliott, both over 50, whose upbeat and enthusiastic style of presentation is infectious and engaging.
The Work Rights Centre (WoRC) is a registered charity dedicated to employment justice. Every week caseworkers help people fight unscrupulous employers and access their lawful entitlements. Their advice and support is free, confidential, and available in a range of languages. Their mission is driven by the conviction that everyone has the right to work that is fair, safe, and that pays.
- Greater London - remotely (by email or phone) and face to face (by appointment): employment matters + employability.
- Essex and Hertfordshire: remotely - employability + employment matters.
In practice, beneficiaries are offered a wide range of support, including:
● help with claiming unpaid wages and fees.
● support with accessing statutory employment rights (such as unpaid holiday, or unfair dismissal).
● help in applying to Universal Credit.
● CVs and cover letter writing, interview practice and mentoring.
● assistance with applying for the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS).
Dynamic Client Solutions (DCS) is a Pan-London Training Provider, which supports organisations and individuals with their personal and professional development by delivering training solutions leading to mental wellbeing, employment, or further study. They are funded by the Adult Education Budget which is government funding allocated in order to upskill economically inactive or low paid workers. NHG now has a partnership with DCS to enhance the future of local residents enabling them to future proof themselves and become financially sustainable.
Some of the courses available are listed below.
1. Preparing to work in adult social Care
2. Business Start up
3. Digital skills
4. Employability Skills
5. Team Leading
6. Principles of customer service
7. Certificate in business Improvement
8. Health and Social Care
9. Event Planning
10. Dementia Care
11. Customer service for hospitality