Job Detail

Neighbourhood Officer Fylde

Date Posted
15/10/2020
Application Closing Date
12/11/2020 23:59
Hours
36 hours per week
Salary
£25,000 - £28,000 per annum depending on experience
Location
Fylde

ForHousing is a social purpose business that positively impacts communities by reinvesting profits, building vibrant and safe communities. We know that together we achieve more so we work with a range of like-minded partners to deliver positive change in communities and improve lives.

We are now looking to recruit a Neighbourhood Officer to join us to deliver effective tenancy management and neighbourhood services across a defined neighbourhood and to contribute to continuous improvement of those services.

Our Neighbourhood Officers also contribute to the development and implementation of strategic plans and neighbourhood promises. To achieve this, you will play a key role in the development and strengthening of local partnerships and foster positive relationships with key local contacts.

In addition, you will attend residents’ meetings as required and work with partner agencies and other stakeholders to develop an understanding and awareness of the community.

You will have experience of working in social housing and of writing and presenting reports. Your excellent organisational, communication, decision-making and workload management skills will help you to manage a busy and varied workload.

You should have or be working towards a recognised housing qualification and have knowledge of relevant housing legislation.

As well as a generous holiday entitlement, we offer a range of benefits for a rewarding career including a pension scheme and staff discount club membership. We’ll also make sure you get the training and benefits you deserve.

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ForHousing is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Closing date: 12th November 2020 (this role may close earlier dependant on the volume of applicants)

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