Assistant Neighbourhood Contract Manager (Housing)
Starting salary £32,117 (rising to £33,964) per annum
Walsall, West Midlands - agile working practises
Contract: Full time, permanent, working 37 hours per week (agile working)
Closing Date: 25 July 2021
Interview: 30 July 2021
Benefits: 27 days annual leave plus Christmas shut down, a choice of pension schemes, health cash plan, Learning and Development opportunities.
Our client are committed to keeping colleagues and candidates safe during COVID-19 and will deploy a range of selection methods that comply with current guidelines.
They are looking for an Assistant Neighbourhood Contract Manager to join their Neighbourhood Services team. You will support the Neighbourhood Services Manager in the development of functions and roles within Neighbourhood Services with focus on Neighbourhood Contract and Stewardship supporting the delivery, performance monitoring and improvement of the service.
You will be enthusiastic and have a passion for making a difference through innovative approaches to contract management. To do this you will have excellent communication skills with the ability to build effective relationships with customers and external partners.
You will need to have recent and relevant experience of working within Housing with a good understanding of Neighbourhood Services. In addition to this, you will need direct and demonstrable experience of effective partnership working with agencies and key stakeholders. They’re also looking for someone with sound knowledge of statutory and regulatory requirements relevant to housing management. Full details are in the Job Description.
About our client
Their People Strategy presents a clear picture of how they will achieve their Corporate Plan aim, to ‘Be an exceptional place to work that attracts, develops and retains talent’. The Strategy focuses on three key themes that help them support their colleagues to make a difference to their customers, the communities they serve and to themselves.
It is important to them that they have a diverse workforce, representative of the communities they serve. Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) to us means colleagues living their values, dedicated to doing the right thing and exercising good judgement. This will encourage a culture where all can thrive, acknowledging that everyone is different; what matters to them is that everyone can come to work and feel comfortable to be themselves.
They are proud to be accredited as a Disability Confident Employer and ensure that disabled people and those with long term health conditions have the opportunity to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations while working with them. By using the Disability Confident logo, they make it clear that they welcome disabled applicants for all their roles.
They will ensure that their recruitment process is inclusive and accessible, and they will interview applicants with a disability if they meet the essential criteria for a role. They will also support existing colleagues with a disability or long-term health condition enabling them to stay in work, making reasonable adjustments if necessary.
Our client are committed to safer recruitment and to the protection and safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults and will conduct appropriate background checks where necessary.
They are one of the Midlands’ leading and most successful providers of good quality Homes.
Their values help them to maintain a culture that helps them achieve their commitment of supporting customers to lead happy and fulfilled lives. They want all of their people to uphold their ambition; demonstrating the belief, enthusiasm and energy to deliver on It.
They want their colleagues to feel empowered to take the lead and to think creatively and be passionate about their work.