Our Neighbourhood team is growing, and we’re looking for a Neighbourhood Assistant to come on board.
This pivotal role involves building and maintaining close working relationships with a number of key in-house and external teams and services, including repairs and maintenance, income and money advice and social and emergency services.
You’ll work closely with a team of Neighbourhood Officers to continue the excellent service we provide to our residents, and ensure that our legal and regulatory requirements are met, upholding United Welsh policies and procedures at all times.
The United Welsh Group is an award-winning, not-for-profit organisation providing homes and related services in South Wales. We are passionate about building homes, creating communities and transforming lives.
United Welsh provides almost 6,500 affordable homes for people to enjoy a warm, safe place to live, with support from us.
We work hard to make a difference and step up when our communities need us. Providing homes is just the start.
We help people to live happily and independently, and we are ambitious about how we can help people to live their best lives.
We work with a range of partners including local and national government, the NHS and community organisations to improve wellbeing, tackle poverty, invest in greener communities, and challenge inequality at every turn.
The United Welsh Group employs over 400 people. The Group includes our repairs and maintenance service Celtic Horizons; timber frame home manufacturer Celtic Offsite and Harmoni Homes Ltd, which builds affordable homes and homes for sale.
We hope you enjoy learning more about us and want to join us.
Contract: 12 month temporary contract
Hours: Full time, 35 hours
Salary: £29,662 per annum
Closing date: Tuesday 20th February, 9am
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To apply, please send a copy of your CV, a cover letter and the Equality, Diversity and Declaration of Interest form to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the cover letter, please outline why you believe you would be successful in this role based on your experience and on the essential/desirable criteria in the job description, in no more than 500 words. If you do not send a cover letter and the EDI form along with your CV, you will be at risk of your application not being progressed further.
We do reserve the right to close this role early if we receive a high volume of suitable applications.
Within your CV, please provide the names, positions, organisations and contact details for two referees, one of whom should be your current or most recent employer. We will not approach these referees prior to the shortlist stage, and we will seek your permission first. However, references will be sought as part of our pre-employment checks for the successful candidate.
- We would be grateful if you could submit the Equality Diversity and Declaration of Interest form with your application. The information you provide will be used for monitoring purposes only and will be kept separate from your application
- Please ensure your CV and other documents are emailed as a Word or PDF file, as unfortunately, we are currently unable to accept applications in any other formats at the moment
- Requirements within the essential criteria of the Personal Requirements will be used for shortlisting purposes. However, all the criteria will be considered in the process of making an appointment.
Please send any applications to email@example.com or deliver them to: FAO The People Team, United Welsh, Y Borth, 13 Beddau Way, Caerphilly, CF83 2AX. Our main office is open between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
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