To provide a comprehensive housing management service to our tenants including management of arrears & voids and ordering and assessing repairs. You will also be sensitive and responsive with excellent customer service skills and able to find solutions to issues such as ASB and neighbour
disputes. You will need at least a year’s experience of housing management as well as a knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting young
people in London, a commitment to equal opportunities, and the ability to contribute to the development of the organisation.
Salary: £23,960-£25,361 per annum
Closing Date: 5th March 2018
Please download the job description from this link: Housing Officer Job Description. To apply for this role please download the job application and diversity monitoring forms and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org from the following two links: Job Application Form and Diversity Form.
Support Resident Queensdown Road Hackney
We are seeking a mature, responsible, reliable person to be a Support Resident at our younger person’s scheme in Hackney. In return for rent of £55.00 per week inclusive of bills you will be expected to be at home at least 4 nights per week, carry out occasional inspections and undertake 2 hours of cleaning per week. You will also be required to note any incidents of antisocial behaviour and report them to the housing officer or the emergency on call service. All residents of the scheme have very low needs and all are in work or higher education. We will consider applications from couples providing both partners can provide a current DBS check. In the event that a couple is recruited an extra £10.00 weekly service charge will be added to the rent.
If you would like to discuss this role and duties in more detail please contact Alan D’Arcy, on 07944 464 709. To apply for this role please email email@example.com for an application form and role description.
Voluntary Management Committee Members
We are looking for new members to contribute to the growth of the organisation and strengthen our existing small but active committee. Quarterly meetings are held in North London on weekday evenings. There will also be an opportunity to join our sub-committes which include Finance, Fundraising & Staff Recruitment. We also have an annual Strategy Day where members have a real opportunity to influence the policies and direction of the organisation.
We are looking for knowledge and experience of any of the following: housing, homelessness, finance, fundraising, development. Most of our meetings are held in Kings Cross.
Please contact the Director via this form to express your interest in this opportunity.
Causeway Social Enterprise volunteer: Carpenter/ Furniture Restorer
Causeway are looking for volunteers with experience or an interest in Carpentry who would like to contribute to our new Social Enterprise. We aim to deliver/sell low cost restored furniture to both tenants and the local community. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who would like experience working at a Housing Association and developing a starter business with tenants and staff. Causeway will provide training in Furniture Restoration to volunteers who are committed to the project.
Travel and lunch expenses will be provided.
Please click here to register your interest.