URC Retired Ministers Housing Society:
Sustainability Project Lead
Fixed-term contract, Full-time
Salary: Circa £54,000 – £57,000
Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Friday 22 September 2023
Interview date: Tuesday 3 October 2023
The Retired Ministers Housing Society (RMHS) has bold plans to upgrade all its properties to energy efficiency rating of EPC Band C over the next 18 months, and to deliver carbon neutral homes before 2050, underscored by retrofit work to most of our homes. Our strategy is driven by our care for residents’ wellbeing and reduction in energy costs. This new role will be responsible for the development, management, and delivery of the Net Zero strategy for the RMHS.
We are looking for an excellent communicator with negotiating, influencing and problem solving skills. You will be educated to degree, or equivalent level, or have relevant vocational/technical experience, with five years’ experience of working in sustainability focused roles. You have knowledge of SBTi methodology, PAS (2035), approved documents and British standards. You will also have experience of project, budget, and change management. A clean driving licence is essential.
We can offer you a flexible and friendly work environment: Hybrid working from London and from home.
For full details of this role including full job description and application form, please visit the job advert page here.
CHISEL: Board Members
London Borough of Lewisham, Hybrid
Part time, Voluntary
CHISEL is seeking Board members to lead the association confidently through the next year and beyond. We are looking for people who are first, passionate about social housing and resident participation and second, enthusiastically optimistic with the ability to bring extensive experience and skills to work with our committed colleagues and Board teams.
After successfully bringing on board three new members, we are currently in search of three additional Board Members who will contribute the following:
Asset management/development expertise in the housing sector
Strategic finance and risk expertise in a regulated environment (though not necessarily a qualified accountant)
With your expertise, you will be an integral part of the Board and will help run CHISEL innovatively within a framework of continuous improvement and effective control.
CHISEL is a neighbourhood housing association based in the southeast of England, the majority of which are in southeast London. CHISEL provides a range of homes for people in housing need and on low incomes. We manage 250 homes in Brighton, Colchester and London.
Closing date for applications: Friday 22nd September.