g320 Job/Board Opportunities

g320 members can advertise their job and board/committee vacancies here.

Email cassandra@pcha.co.uk if you would like to advertise with us.

 
URC Retired Ministers’ Housing Society:
Repairs & Maintenance Surveyor

Location: London-based with UK travel
Contract: Permanent contract, 35 hours per week
Salary: Negotiable
Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Monday 17th October 2022
Interview date: Wednesday 26th October 2022

The United Reformed Church Retired Ministers Housing Society is a Community Benefit Society providing housing for church ministers in retirement. Our 280 properties are dispersed across England, Scotland, and Wales.


This key appointment will manage repairs and maintenance operations within a small team. You will play a crucial role in the review and efficient delivery of the asset management strategy, assessing properties for their ongoing suitability and specifying repairs and adaptations to meet the needs of elderly tenants. Managing planned maintenance forms an important part of the role, alongside the need to deal promptly and effectively with reactive repairs. You will prepare specifications and technical drawings and select and manage contractors within budget.


You are educated to degree level and hold a RICS or CIOB accreditation with at least 3 years post qualification experience in residential maintenance and surveying, ideally within the context of social housing. A good communicator and collaborator, you can write and present complex technical reports and are a team player willing to support colleagues. Good ICT skills are essential. Based in London with extensive travel, a clean driving licence is an essential requirement.

To find out more, please visit the URC website here, where you can download the job description and application form.  

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CDS Cooperatives: Board Members

CDS Co-operatives are a small housing association and managing agent for independent housing co-operatives. We are currently recruiting up to three new Board members. We are based in London but most of our meetings are remote (they all take place in the evening). We pay £2,052 per year, but this is due to increase in October. 

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Our Board particularly seeks skills and experience in the following areas: 

  • Senior level experience in a housing association or deep understanding of sector and regulatory issues

  • Business/strategic financial management skills

  • Health & safety knowledge, experience or keen interest and understanding in this field. 

To find out more, please download the full Board Member Recruitment Pack here, or visit https://www.cds.coop/about-us/work-with-us/

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Today, the need for safe, secure, affordable housing is as great as ever and we remain committed to making a positive difference to women’s lives by providing high quality homes and services.

WPH is currently recruiting to fill vacancies on our Board. New members will join a skilled and stimulating group that provides leadership to the association’s professional staff and supports our work. We are particularly looking for people with knowledge and/or experience of one or more of the following areas:

  • Commercial real estate/development

  • Law

We also welcome interest from candidates with lived experience or a personal connection to our founding purpose and values. The Board may also choose to co-opt further members and wants to attract wide range of applicants, so even if you do not obviously fit the above profile, if you are interested in our work, we will be very pleased to consider you.

 

For more information or to apply, please download the Board Member Recruitment Pack and 

Diversity Monitoring Form.

 

To learn more about Women's Pioneer Housing, please visit https://womenspioneer.co.uk/.

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Women's Pioneer Housing: Board Members

Women’s Pioneer Housing was founded in 1920 by women and men who understood the challenges faced by women trying to secure affordable, safe and independent housing at the time.

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Quo Vadis Trust:
Finance Reporting Officer

Responsible to: Director of Finance
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location: Flexible
Salary: Up to £30,000 depending on experience

Quo Vadis Trust (QVT) is a specialist housing charity in South East London. We provide a service to people who are living with mental health needs and who require support with their housing. QVT currently provides homes to approximately one hundred and eighty people in South East London and is growing rapidly. Our range of support both on and off the premises helps each individual client to maximise their independence.

Job Purpose: 
To provide financial and operational reporting across the whole business, providing staff with relevant data to enable them to make good quality and timely decisions, and covering the following areas:
• Weekly and monthly KPIs
• Fundraising reports
• Client Development reports
• Rent and Service Charge calculations and collection
• Maintenance cost reporting
• Scheme management accounts
• Assistance with budget and board reporting

To find out more, download the full job description here. To apply, please visit https://qvt.org.uk/vacancies/

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Quo Vadis Trust:
Supported Housing Officer

Responsible to: Housing Manager
Hours: Part time, 20 hours per week – 4 hours each day to be fulfilled between core office hours of 9:30am – 5pm, Mon – Fri
Service: Operations
Location: SE25

Quo Vadis Trust (QVT) is a specialist housing charity in South East London. We provide a service to people who have mental health needs and who need support with their housing. QVT currently provides homes to approximately one hundred and eighty people in South East London. Our range of support both on and off the premises helps each individual client to maximise their independence.

Job Purpose
To provide high quality support and consistent tenancy advice for our clients, with the aim of helping them recover, move on and rebuild their lives. 


As a Supported Housing Officer you will be expected to manage and key work a caseload of adults with multiple and various mental health needs such as anxiety, depression and bi-polar disorder amongst other diagnoses, varied support needs such as substance misuse issues, and in some cases a lack of trust in support services, therefore one of the challenges of this role will be to encourage your clients to effectively engage with the recovery process. You will work with your clients to carry out individual support and needs planning and create SMART goals to maximise the potential for their recovery.

To find out more, download the full job description here. To apply, please visit https://qvt.org.uk/vacancies/

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