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Housing Officer

We are seeking a new Housing Officer to join our expanding Residential Services Team. he role requires a good understanding of social housing and property/tenancy management.

Thrive Women’s Aid
Closing Date: 29 August 2022

Summary:

We are seeking a new Housing Officer to join our expanding Residential Services Team. The role requires a good understanding of social housing and property/tenancy management. Knowledge or experience of domestic abuse is desirable but not essential – we’ll provide you with relevant training in this area.

About Us:

Housing Officer

Thrive Women’s Aid is an established and well-respected organisation that makes a genuine difference by delivering support services to families impacted by domestic abuse. We consider ourselves to be a progressive and dynamic organisation that is at the forefront of our sector.

Thrive is a friendly, supportive and rewarding place to work. We know that our employees are key to our organisation’s success and growth which is why we value our employees and offer support, training, development and progression to enable everyone to reach their full potential. We also offer comprehensive, flexible and agile working practices.

Job Role:

As part of the role, you will have the responsibility of overseeing approximately 15 units of accommodation. You will take a leading role in planned and reactive repairs and maintenance of Thrive properties. You will also provide high-quality tenancy management support including; assessment of eligibility, onboarding of new tenants and ongoing support to enable tenancy sustainment.

Recording accurate data will be key and ensuring that comprehensive records of activities of the service are uploaded to our data management systems.

What would you need to be successful?

  • A motivated team player
  • An ability to build rapport and develop effective professional relationships
  • An organised person who can manage workload effectively
  • Someone who ensures high quality and integrity within their work

Your track record will include the experience in delivering tenancy related support.

Full Job Description available for download here

If you have any problem downloading the Job Description please email jane@charityjobfinder.co.uk

Benefits:

  • A pension scheme is provided, with a 6% employer contribution
  • Annual leave entitlement starts at 25 days (pro rata), with an additional day for each year’s completed service (to a maximum of 31 days)
  • Comprehensive Flexible Working Policy
  • A clear pay framework with yearly incremental rises
  • Organisational sick pay and ½ days leave for every 6 months no sickness absence

Additional Information:

Contract:  Permanent

Successful candidates will be based at Thrive Head office and will be required to work from home and various locations in the community

A disclosure and barring security check is required for this role.

The post is exempt under the Sex Discrimination Act Section 7(2)(e) and is open to women only.

Interviews:  Friday 2nd September 2022

To Apply:

To apply please visit our website at thrivewomensaid.org.uk/careers/housing-officer

For further information contact Kate Purchase / katep@thrivewa.org.uk / 01639 894864

 



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