Development and Asset Investment Committee Member (Co-optee)
Midlands/East of England - Home based with travel across our geography as required
Up to £4,000 per annum
Could you play a part in helping one of the country’s leading housing associations realise its growth and strategic asset investment ambitions?
Would you like to join an organisation that is tackling the housing crisis by reinvesting profits to provide quality, affordable housing? Our client is looking for someone to help them review future stock investment options, build homes, create communities, enhance the economy and improve lives.
They are seeking to appoint an independent member to its Development and Asset Investment Committee.
The Group is looking for a commercially astute individual who demonstrates an ability to think strategically and collaboratively while showing great passion for the work they do. Strategic residential property portfolio and/or asset management experience is essential.
They are looking for someone with the enthusiasm and commitment to support the Group in achieving its objectives of managing future asset investment plans that contribute to the long-term sustainability of its communities and existing 23,000-unit stock portfolio.
With a clear set of values that unite the Group, they put their customers first and work closely with new and existing partners that share their ambition and vision to be a leading provider of housing, care and support services. Everything they do is focused on improving lives and making a positive difference in local communities.
This role requires a commitment of approximately 8-10 days per year. This will comprise a combination of Committee meetings, training and away days. The position is remunerated and reasonable out of pocket expenses arising from attendance on Group business are also reimbursed.
As a Co-optee, as well as committing your expertise and some of your time to a challenging position and worthwhile business, you will be able to develop your own skills, broaden your CV and benefit from training and development in addition to enjoying the fellowship, experience and expertise of other Board and Committee Members.