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g320 Job/Board Opportunities

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

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Lambeth & Southwark:
Head of Finance (part time)

Closing date: 5pm 19th June 2023

Lambeth and Southwark Housing Association is committed to providing responsive, consistent, high-quality housing services. The Association promotes and supports the security, rights, and well-being of its diverse group of tenants and seeks to ensure active and meaningful tenant involvement at all levels.

The Head of Finance is an integral part of LSHA and is responsible for keeping the Association's accounts and records in good order so that information is accurate and up to date. 

The role carries significant responsibilities for maintaining key financial processes and will require attention to detail and excellent communication skills at all levels of engagement with operational teams. 

The role is a part-time role, based on working 3 days (21 hours) per week. 

For full details please download the following:

To find out more about Lambeth & Southwark Housing Association, please see


Sapphire Independent Housing: 
Director of Operations 

Permanent, Full-time, Hybrid working, £73,000 pa, plus excellent Benefits.

Closing date: 10.00 am on Monday 12th June 2023

This is an exciting time to join Sapphire, an active g320 member with homes in London and Hertfordshire and a further 100 in our development pipeline. We provide quality support and accommodation to single people in housing need, sheltered housing, general needs homes and have recently diversified into shared ownership and intermediate rented units. 

We are ambitious for the services that we deliver and your role as Director of Operations is crucial to our success. You will lead an experienced and stable staff team as Sapphire prepares for growth via the development of new homes in Hounslow and change from the Social Housing Regulation Act and greater regulation. We are looking for someone who can lead a varied portfolio of services and prepare for the future. 


You will have lead responsibility for housing management, support, leasehold and asset management services - ensuring a high-quality service, working in partnership with residents, colleagues, the Chief Executive, Executive Management Team, the Board and key external stakeholders. We are looking for someone with a track record in housing who has the ability and commitment to take on a leadership role working collaboratively as a member of the EMT and experience in one or more functional areas – housing management, supported housing, asset management or leasehold management.

This is a great opportunity for the right person to make their mark. As well as g320 and the Smaller Providers Benchmarking Club (SPBM), we are pleased to have both the Customer Service Excellence (CSE) and the Investors in People (IIP) gold standard accreditations and are aiming for Platinum! If you would like to be part of our success and to help deliver on our ambitions for the future we look forward to hearing from you.

For full details of this role, please download the recruitment pack here. 

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact our consultant, Tony Clark at The Housing Executive on: 020 7620 3048  or email:  


Soho Housing Association:
Board Members

Location: Central London

Closing date: 11th June 2023

Do you love Soho? Do you live, work, learn or play in the area? Do you feel strongly that central London can be a living, sustainable community for people at all income levels, at the same time as remaining a thriving commercial hub?

If so, we are looking for up to three new members to join our supportive and highly talented board. Our two founder board members are due to retire, and we would greatly encourage applications from candidates with a strong local connection and understanding of Soho and its neighbouring areas.

Previous non-executive experience and knowledge of the social housing sector is not essential as we will tailor an induction programme suited to your needs. What’s important is that you can bring a fresh approach to building on our unique legacy, and help shape our vision for the next fifty years.

For full details or to apply, please download the recruitment pack here

If you would like an informal and confidential discussion about the role or organisation, please contact our independent consultant, Salima Khatun, on 07984 644 285 or


Gravesend Churches HA:
Chair and Board Member

Gravesend Churches Housing Association is seeking a new Chair and an additional Board member.

Chair: Gravesend, Kent. £6,000 pa, plus expenses.

Board Member: Gravesend, Kent. £2,250 pa, plus expenses.

Closing date for both: 31st May 2023

GCHA has an excellent reputation with the local authorities that we work with and for providing a flexible, personal and friendly service to our residents. We are ambitious for our size and continue to develop new homes in partnership with Homes England.

These are increasingly challenging times, but our Board are clear that we should remain independent and are determined that we fulfil our vision to “Opening doors to safe, secure and affordable homes”.

For full details of each role, or to apply, please click on the relevant link below to the Guardian Jobs website.

To find out more about GCHA, please visit


Lambeth & Southwark:
Housing Officer

Hours: 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday

Salary: £37,000

Closing date: 5pm on Friday 2nd June 2023

Lambeth and Southwark Housing Association (LSHA) is a small but ambitious organisation managing 320 properties across 3 London boroughs. We are committed to providing responsive, consistent, high quality housing services. We promote and support the security, rights, and well-being of our diverse group of tenants and seek to ensure active and meaningful tenant involvement at all levels.

Based in Oval, we are looking to recruit an enthusiastic, committed and knowledgeable generic Housing Officer to provide effective housing management services across a range of activities including rent arrears management, antisocial behaviour, allocations, voids and estate and tenancy management. You will have at least two years social housing experience and be educated to A Level standard or equivalent.  You will also have excellent verbal and written communication skills with a ‘can do ‘ attitude and great organisational skills.

For full details of this role, please download the following:

Housing Officer job advert

Housing Officer role profile

To find out more about Lambeth & Southwark Housing Association, please see


Radcliffe Housing Society:  
Treasurer Board Member​


Closing date: 31 May 2023

We are seeking an experienced accountant to take up the role of Treasurer with Radcliffe Housing Society. We are a small registered provider based in Sevenoaks Kent with properties across the South East. We are looking for a motivated individual who will serve as Treasurer for the organisation along with having a seat on our main Board.

The ideal candidate will bring to the Board strong skills and experience in Finance and Treasury Management. You will also have a good understanding of the principles of good governance and risk management.

The key criteria for this post is an ability to contribute to the development of strategy at Board level and work collectively with the Board to help articulate a vision for the future. We are looking for someone with strategic experience gained in either a public or private body.

The position is voluntary (reasonable expenses paid) and there are 4 Board meetings per year currently held in Sevenoaks (currently remotely). In addition to Board Meetings, Board Members are expected to attended Radcliffe’s AGM, Strategic Away day: relevant Finance Committee twice a year (held before board meetings).

To request an application pack please email or visit the Radcliffe website here.  



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Greenwich Housing Society:
Committee Members

Greenwich Housing Society is small Housing Association based in the Blackheath Standard area in South London. We currently own and manage 17 homes on two sites providing accommodation for people of pensionable age with a connection to the Royal Borough of Greenwich. 

The Society is managed by a small voluntary committee which meets approximately six times a year. We contract in Housing Management and Financial services to ensure that our residents receive a great service and that we comply with all the appropriate regulations.  

We need to strengthen the Committee following two members leaving and are looking for the following skills: 

  • Legal, especially in Housing

  • Financial  

  • Property/Surveying/ /Development 

  • Communication 

  • Governance 

The full job advert can be downloaded here; or to find out more about Greenwich Housing Society, visit:



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