Tai Pawb Vacancies
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By becoming members of Tai Pawb, our members have expressed a commitment to equality and diversity. The Welsh Housing sector offers fantastic opportunities for everyone with a variety of career options.
St. Asaph, Wales
£95,000 per annum
We are looking for an individual to build on the Group’s success and to help us achieve our refreshed goals and ambitions. We are looking for candidates with exceptional leadership skills, a strategic aptitude with the ability to build on existing relationships with key stakeholders such as our Funders and Regulator. Well-developed people skills will be essential for the role, with the ability to motivate staff, understand customers and achieve positive change. Candidates must have experience of leading a Finance function and ideally also Governance, Health and Safety and IT services.
The closing date for applications is 9:00am on 7th September 2018.
Tai Tarian is Hiring!
Contract Types: Permanent and Fixed Term
Location: Baglan and throughout Neath Port Talbot Borough
Tai Tarian owns over 9,000 properties and is one of the largest social landlords in Wales. We’re committed to ensuring our customers have homes where they thrive in communities they feel proud of. We strive for a workforce who are passionate about improvement and who are empowered to provide outstanding services whilst living up to our values: honesty, team work, professionalism, respect, commitment.
Our Housing function is currently hiring for several permanent and fixed term opportunities and would love to hear from dedicated professionals with a passion for Housing.
To read the full role profiles and find out more about Tai Tarian please visit www.taitarian.co.uk/jobs
It’s an exciting time to be joining Valleys to Coast as this September we’re celebrating fifteen years of providing high quality services to our customers.
We own and manage nearly 6,000 homes across the Borough County of Bridgend, employ a circa of 245 colleagues and have a turnover of £29m. We have ambitious plans to grow our portfolio of stock and continue the transformation of our homes and business. Our new five-year strategy will be launched autumn 2018.
We are seeking a dynamic individual who understands customer focused services in a commercial environment, and who will lead the Board in the delivery of our ambitious new Strategic Plan. If you are interested in applying please click here to find out more.
Are you looking for a fresh and exciting opportunity? Do you care about people and have a passion for social justice and well-being? We are a highly skilled, passionate team with a focus on supporting residents to have a healthy and sustainable tenancy whilst improving their well-being and social networks. We are seeking an experienced, forward thinking and creative leader who will support our high performing team to take on new challenges, supporting us to achieve our goals and attract further external funding.
Monmouthshire Housing Association’s main purpose is to provide and manage affordable homes in Monmouthshire for people who need them. The Association manages and maintains around 3,600 homes and 290 leasehold properties, as well as large numbers of garages and other land around and within our estates.
Requirement: Have a current driving licence and have use of a car. The post is subject to a Basic Disclosure Check
Closing date: Tuesday 21st August 2018
Shortlisting date: Wednesday 22nd August 2018
Interview date: Thursday 30th August 2018
Please note CVs are not accepted.
All of our positions are open to flexible working subject to application through our Flexible Working Policy.
Head Office – Cardiff
37 hours per week
Salary range £32,341 to £36,025
As a Health & Safety officer in one of the largest housing associations in Wales, you can make a real difference by driving health & safety right to the heart of all that we do. You will support the Health & Safety Manager and the rest of the team in the efficient and effective management of health & safety right across the organisation, providing expert advice and guidance and promoting a pragmatic approach to health & safety issues. Making sure that all of our legal obligations are met, you will develop and review policies, processes and practices and drive the health & safety culture through staff induction, training and coaching.
We are looking for a positive, proactive and energetic individual to drive awareness of health & safety among all staff, partners and contractors over a wide range of activities which includes housing, care, property and construction. This post is based in Cardiff at our head office. As WWH operates across Wales, regular overnight stays and travel will be expected. You must be able to demonstrate excellent self-management and work effectively without close supervision.
This is an active role in which you will carry out inspections, audits and risk assessments in our offices, supported housing projects, retirement schemes, catering facilities, extra care schemes and in particular our property maintenance division Cambria.
With at least a NEBOSH certificate, preferably a NEBOSH Construction Certificate or NEBOSH Diploma, and ideally holding or working towards IOSH membership, you must have the credibility and personality to engage with people at all levels. Confident with excellent presentation skills, you must be IT literate and competent in Word, Excel and Outlook. As we are a diverse organisation if you have additional sector specific experience such as construction then this would be considered advantageous to the post.
For further information please contact Sarah Roberts, Health & Safety Manager on 029 2041 5376 or 07929201421.
Closing date Time: 11:59pm on 29th August 2018
Assessment date: 11th September 2018 in Cardiff.
Housing experience isn’t essential and we have one independent position available for applicants who are not currently involved in housing.
We are particularly keen to attract candidates with the following skills:
- Digital Transformation & Technology Skills: To have experience in helping deliver and implement IT strategy, and ways of working and communicating to ensure that CHC is making the best use of technology.
- Business Development: To have experience of identifying and developing new business ideas to generate additional income to core services. To be commercially minded and able to provide challenge and direction to CHC and Board in this area.
- Research & Economics: To have a research background that focuses on an evidenced-based approach, and to be able to use that knowledge to help inform future priorities and direction.
However, we remain open-minded and encourage applications from committed and talented individuals from all backgrounds and sectors.
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