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Sutton Housing Society: two new roles
Sutton Housing Society has two amazing job opportunities.
Our Community Engagement Officer role is a fantastic opportunity for you to bring creativity to our (predominantly) older residents. The role is responsible for delivering an creative programme of wellbeing activities and events primarily at our older people schemes. This role is varied and involves working with colleagues across the organisation. For an informal chat and to find out more about this role, please call Glynis Gatenby on 07714 229 868.
Our Lettings Officer role is a great opportunity to work within our small housing team, leading on our work relating to the management of our housing waiting list, assessing housing applications, dealing with related enquiries, allocating homes and managing our active decant programme amongst other tasks. For an informal chat and to find out more about these roles, please call Martin Reddick on 07710 725 204.
Working 35 hours a week, we offer 25 days annual holiday excluding bank holidays, together with a holiday purchase scheme of up to 5 additional days a year, a defined contribution pension (with 8% employer’s contribution) , 3x salary life cover, health cover, professional fees paid and a fully funded training budget.
For full job descriptions and application forms, see Sutton Housing Society's job vacancies page.
The closing date for all applications is 9am on 31 January 2022.
CDS Cooperatives: Planned Works Manager
Closing date: Thu 03/02/2022
Working Pattern: Full Time
Hours: To be confirmed
Salary: £40,000 – 50,000 plus eligibility for annual bonus
Location: Mostly home-based, with periodic meetings in SE1 (London) and visits to project sites.
CDS is on a mission! We are a social landlord with nearly 1,000 properties across the South East and we are looking for a talented and enthusiastic project manager with experience in the housing or building sector to help us execute our annual cyclical maintenance programme, as well as overseeing major voids and complex minor works.
As our Planned Works Project Manager, you will report to the Head of Property Services and we get the most out of our asset management budget and that our residents are delighted with the improvements to their properties and estates. We are looking for someone with experience as an effective project and contract manager and with a history of successful procurement. You will be responsible for the full life cycle of cyclical and major works programmes, including kitchen and bathroom upgrades, window and boiler replacements, fire safety improvements and more.
For the full role profile and to apply, please click here.
Women's Pioneer Housing: Housing Officer
Post title: Housing Officer
Hours: Full time 35 hours per Week
Place of work: 227 Wood Lane London W12 0EX
Closing date: 31 January 2022
Women’s Pioneer Housing has a rich history of housing women for over 100 years. Our vision it to make a positive difference to women’s lives. Our mission is to provide homes and services which offer a springboard to independent women to achieve their potential. We aim to influence others to do the same. Our values, co-created with our staff and residents, reflect both our history and our future: Positivity, Integrity, One team, Never forgetting the customer, Equality, Empowerment and Responsibility.
We are looking for a full time Housing Officer to manage a patch of around 300 households in West London. This role requires you to work collaboratively with your colleagues in Estate Services, Repairs, Financial Inclusion and Older Women’s Housing to provide a resident focused housing management service. This is an exciting and varied role and a rare opportunity to join a specialist organisation championing women’s housing issues.
To find out more or apply, please download the following:
To find out more about Women's Pioneer Housing, please visit womenspioneer.co.uk.
Sutton Housing Society: Independent Board
Sutton Housing Society is a small housing association, achieving some great results, coupled with some exciting development plans. We are looking to recruit new board members and are seeking applications from individuals who are aligned with our new purpose, ambition and values. This could be your first non-executive role and we would welcome applications from ‘first time’ board members. As a small business, we feel it is important to recruit individuals who are the ‘right fit’ and are therefore purposely not seeking specific skills as part of this recruitment, but simply asking what interests you in this role and what skills do you bring?
For more details, please download the full recruitment pack here.
Housing for Women: Admin Officer
Salary: £25,000 Pro-rata
Level: Entry Level
Benefits: 27 days holiday; buy and sell annual leave programme; PerkBox; Health Cash Plan and more
Job Type: Permanent
We are looking for an Administration Officer to work closely and support our Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) team. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants their work to mean something and to help those who need it most.
H4W have been providing support to the women and children of Greenwich for over 40 years. We provide somewhere safe for the women/children to live free from abuse, we advocate on their behalf and provide support at the time when they need it most: to enable them to move forward and build a new life.
This is an opportunity to join a passionate, hardworking and close-knit team who are committed to putting an end to domestic and sexual abuse.
For the full job description and details of how to apply, please visit the following link: https://lnkd.in/gjHDzpHT.