Housing Manager

Housing Manager Burgess Hill, England

Housing 21
Full Time Burgess Hill, England 31195 GBP ANNUAL Today
Job description

Salary
£31,195 per annum
Location
Burgess Hill, Marten House
This is a permanent, full time vacancy that will close in 11 days at 23:59 BST.
The vacancy

Hours: 35 hours per week/ 70 hours over two weeks (nine-day fortnight)


Are you passionate about making a positive difference and providing high quality services? Do you really care about people? Want great benefits, flexible working and learning and development opportunities to boot? You’ll fit in well here.

We’re growing. Quickly. In the last three years alone we have commissioned 16 new Extra Care schemes that provide quality housing and care for older people of modest means. We’re constantly looking for ways to make things better, always putting our residents and people at the heart of what we do.

We have big ambitions and are looking for superstars to join us.

In Extra Care, our residents live independently in their own homes within one of our schemes, complete with communal lounges, gardens, cafés/bistros and salons. The role of Housing Manager is to ensure residents receive a high quality and responsive service in a safe and secure environment, including providing support where necessary, and encouraging independence and choice.


The successful candidate will also ensure that landlord duties are discharged in accordance with Housing 21 policies and procedures.


To qualify for the role, you will have:


  • Experience of supervising and managing a small team, ideally within an organisation providing Social Housing
  • Experience of providing a professional, high quality housing service to older and/ or vulnerable people
  • Experience of providing a professional, high quality housing service to older and/ or vulnerable people
  • Experience of Housing Management & Maintenance
  • Experience of Housing aid and advice
  • Experience of working within a secure and confidential environment and dealing with sensitive personal information
  • Good general standard of education with GCSE’s (Grade C or above) in English and Maths
  • Substantial administrative experience
  • Sound knowledge of Health and Safety legislation
  • Knowledge of the Social Housing Sector and the relevant Legislation and regulations


The benefits

At Housing 21 we’re proud to be bucking the trend as a care provider by actively recognising the importance of our customer-facing employees and rewarding them accordingly. You will receive:

  • Pension scheme
  • Holiday pay
  • Holiday purchase scheme
  • Occupational Sick Pay
  • Occupational Maternity/Paternity Pay
  • Health Cash Plan
  • Blue Light Card (offering discounts across retail, hospitality and leisure)
  • Income protection
  • Eye care vouchers
  • Car lease scheme
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Support to progress and develop

As part of our commitment to our employees and offering flexibility, Housing 21 now offer a nine-day fortnight, providing employees with the opportunity to work their hours across nine days. Further details on how this works, will be discussed with successful candidates upon on offer being made.


If you require more information before applying for this role, please see the attached job profile.

Closing date for applications 5 June, with interviews taking place 7 June

About us

We know that great people make a great organisation, which is why we put people at the heart of everything we do. You are as valuable to us as our corporate employees, which is why we offer occupational sick pay, occupational maternity and paternity pay and benefits such as the Blue Light Card to all our Extra Care employees.

We’re proud to be an Investors in People (IIP) Platinum organisation, which shows that not only do we actively empower our people to be the best they can be through continued training and development, but we also seek to constantly improve the ways we work. You shouldn’t have to choose between a career and care, and we want to support you to advance your career with us, which is why we have a dedicated learning pathway through our Extra Care Academy that could lead to future roles with salaries of £50,000! A career in care means you can make a difference and help our residents to live independently in their own homes.

Benefits

Blue Light
Card

Discounted retail, leisure and hospitality

Holiday trade
scheme

Funded health
cash plan

Occupational maternity pay / paternity pay

Pension
contributions

Occupational sick pay

Eyecare
vouchers

Car salary sacrifice and leasing scheme

Learning and development opportunities

Benefit entitlements are confirmed with your offer of employment.

Housing Manager
Housing 21

https://www.housing21.org.uk
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Bruce Moore
$100 to $500 million (USD)
1001 to 5000 Employees
Non-profit Organisation
Grantmaking & Charitable Foundations
1964
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