Board Member (Social Housing / Housing Management)

Recruiter
networx
Location
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary
Remuneration: £2,500 pa + expenses
Posted
27 Jun 2019
Closes
19 Jul 2019
Ref
CHSWQ431562
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Board Member (Social Housing / Housing Management)
Remuneration: £2,500 pa + expenses
Location: Hison, Cambridge
Appointment: 3 year term

Our client are all about people; the 7,000 people living in their affordable homes, the 2,000 people who rely on their care, support and community investment services each year, and their 400 people who deliver their high-quality services. They are a charitable housing association and social investment agency, providing a wide range of housing, care and support services across Cambridgeshire.

Living or working in Cambridgeshire you will bring local knowledge and an appreciation of the key issues affecting housing, poverty and vulnerability in their local community.

You would be joining a very talented and committed Board, who care passionately about providing great quality homes and services for Cambridgeshire people. As a Board Member you would be using your skills and experience to lead the organisation in setting the right strategy and continuing to invest in and develop their excellent services.

They want to strengthen their Operations and New Business/Development Committees and welcome applications from people who have skills and experience in one or more of the following areas:-

  • Business improvement and creating financial and social value for customers     
  • Delivering excellent customer facing services particularly for vulnerable or excluded people
  • Housing sector, including housing management    
  • Development and property asset management     
  • Digital strategy and project implementation    
  • Being a social housing tenant or using the services of a social landlord      


Our client are looking for people from a diverse range of backgrounds keen to make a difference in their community.

Closing Date: 19 July 2019
Interviews: 13 August 2019