Operations & Service Delivery jobs in Housing & Homelessness

Found 7 Permanent jobs

  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    • Bristol
    • £65,000 FTE (£39,000 pro rata at 0.6 FTE)
    • The PROMPT Maternity Foundation

    Wwe are seeking to appoint a CEO who will be responsible for working closely with the core PMF team and Trustees to lead the growth of the Foundation.

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  • Volunteer Co-ordinator

    • Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
    • £19,177 per annum
    • CHM

    Our client is looking for an experienced Volunteer Co-ordinator to join their team to supervise & support their volunteers.

  • Asset Manager

    • Bolton
    • £25,000 to £30,000 per annum
    • EasyWeb NFP

    Asset Manager  Would you like a meaningful job that makes a difference, with flexibility and real potential for growth?  Our client is an organi...

  • Housing & Support Officer

    • Guildford
    • £21,250 per annum + on call allowances + benefits
    • EasyWeb NFP

    Housing & Support Officer  Our client is a charity and housing provider. They provide housing and support to more than 1,000 homeless and vulnerabl...

  • Team Leader (Court Services)

    • Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
    • £16,668 per annum
    • Citizens Advice

    The Team Leader (Court Services) is responsible for the delivery of the Witness Service within the court environment.

  • Advice and Training Supervisor

    • Solihull Borough
    • £20,766 per annum
    • Citizens Advice Solihull

    You will supervise the practicalities of running the advice session and ensure adequate staffing and resource.

  • Procurement Manager

    • London
    • £40,950 to £54,600 per annum
    • EasyWeb NFP

    Procurement Manager  Would you like a meaningful job that makes a difference, with flexibility and real potential for growth?

  • Property Manager

    • Plymouth, Devon
    • £28,000 - £32,000 depending on experience
    • Brook Housing

    Are you looking to lead a small team managing an expanding housing portfolio? Do you have knowledge or experience of the learning disabilities sector?