Our specialist Housing & Property Services Recruitment Consultants focus on offering a complete recruitment service to housing associations, local governments and charities on a permanent, contract and temporary basis. We work with a range of organisations nationwide, and our experienced team of Recruitment Consultants have established a wide network of housing & property services professionals, across a broad spectrum of specialisms.
Housing & Property Services jobs that we regularly recruit for include:
For more information on how we can assist you with your recruitment needs get in touch with one of our Housing & Property Services team today.
Cheltenham | Contract/Interim
Community Investment Officer Location - Cheltenham Rate - £Negotiable (per hour) Duration - On going - Rolling contract Sellick Partnership are working with a Housing association within the private sector to assist with the recruitment for a Community Investment Officer in the Cheltenham area. The main purpose of the role for the Community Investment Officer is to: To work closely with the Community Investment Manager (CIM) to ensure a balance of cost effective, high quality, proactive locality based community investment activities that are delivered Continue to improve outcomes for residents and the wider communities. Communicate these outcomes to colleagues so that a social value calculation can be routinely calculated To develop a detailed knowledge of the locality/community needs and challenges, community strengths & assets, partner delivered services and gaps in community service delivery (and work with the CIM to address these gaps) Key areas of responsibility: To work with residents and the local community members to help build their capacity for community participation and facilitate and encourage their development within local projects Ensure the programmes of community activities deliver positive outcomes for disadvantaged residents and the wider community and the impact can be consistently evidenced by calculation of social value Produce relevant project reporting and monitoring of agreed outcomes by providing accurate records of community investment activities investment perspective Explore solutions to contribute to the sustainability of community projects Utilise the intelligence from mapping of local services and amenities by liaising with relevant statutory and voluntary services to benefit CBH residents and inform gaps in service provision Identify and access funding and partnership opportunities to deliver local projects Knowledge,Skills and Experience Knowledge; Significant experience of working in a community engagement and or development role Expertise in community investment, outcome focused project delivery Expertise in community consultation Knowledge and experience of developing sustainable communities Skills; Experience of effective partnership working to deliver projects on time and within budget Understanding of wider issues affecting local communities Ability to champion Community Investment within the workplace Excellent communication skills and the ability to tailor approach to a diverse range of audiences, taking into account the needs and expectations of others Ability to think ahead, plan, prioritise and schedule activities and monitor and manage outcomes effectively Experience of event management If you feel you are suitable for this role of a Community Investment Officer, please apply or contact Josh Meek at Sellick Partnership for a further discussion. Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances, including underrepresented and disadvantaged groups and those with disabilities. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. If you do not hear from us within 48 hours please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website.
Derby | Contract/Interim
£21 - £25 per hour + £Negotiable
Project Officer Rate of pay - Negotiable between £21-£25 per hour depending on pay type and experience Duration - This is a contracted position for 6-12 months The role will be flexible working between the office and working remotely Sellick Partnership are partnering an established housing association based n the Derbyshire area to assist with the recruitment of a Project Officer on a contracted basis. Job role: Oversee fire safety remedial works derived from fire risk assessments Ensure all the clients, housing and properties owned and managed are maintained to the highest possible standards and all statutory and regulatory requirements are met. Be the competent person to deal with all Active and Passive fire protection works across the housing stock. Analyse and assess building fire safety related defects and deficiencies, provide remedial proposals, and prepare specifications for remedial repairs. Ensure specifications are up to date and meet current legislative standards. Monitor the performance of contractors and consultants and provide reports to the Asset and Improvement Manager. Check contractor applications for accuracy and value You'll need: Demonstrable experience as a fire/building surveyor in a maintenance environment carrying out pre and post inspections. Experience of working with contractors using Schedule of Rate and non-SOR contracts. Experience with traditional methods of Building Surveying with an understanding of Fire Risk Assessments. An in-depth knowledge of construction, design, and fire related defects and how to correct them. A Full UK Driving Licence and access to a vehicle. If you feel you have the necessary experience and would like a further discussion regarding the Project Officer position, please apply or contact Josh Meek at Sellick Partnership Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances, including underrepresented and disadvantaged groups and those with disabilities. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. If you do not hear from us within 48 hours please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website.
Kirklees | Contract/Interim
£28000 - £28350 per annum
Housing Officer (Supported Housing) West Yorkshire, Kirklees (Flexible Working) Full Time / Part Time (Contract) Up to £28,350 Our Housing team at Sellick Partnership are interested in speaking with Housing Officers in the West Yorkshire region, specifically Kirklees area. This role would be working for a reliable Housing Association on a temporary contract. The successful housing officer would be require to have flexibility travelling across the West Yorkshire region. For this role, you provide a person centred support and housing management service to the service users and meet contractual needs and requirements of the service. Housing Officer Day to Day Duties; Provide an effective and efficient housing management service. Provide accurate records of service user contact; support plans; and contractual compliance. Minimise expenditure or loss of income including effective rent / charge accounts and voids management process. Assisting with voids; lettings; arrears; estate management. Develop and maintain positive relationships with stakeholders and community partners. Housing Officer Essential Experience; Experience identifying and managing situations involving a level of risk. Liaising and working cohesively with other agencies. Demonstrate experience of working in a housing/support environment (Desirable). Basic DBS Check Please apply directly if this position sparks interest. As this role is of urgency, candidates CV's will be shortlisted by Friday 12th August to conduct interviews on the 15th August at 17:00pm. Otherwise feel free to contact our office for further details about this role.
Grimsby | Contract/Interim
£26 - £30 per hour
Estate Surveyor Planned Works Location - Grimsby & Boston offices Field based in Lincolnshire Remote working available when not required to be on site Rate - £26-£30 per hour Duration - Fixed term - 6 months Main purpose of role Assist the Planned/Estates Works Team Leader in ensuring the client deliver a successful and excellent service within a contracting environment for the provision of all aspects of Estate based works, Aids and Adaptations & planned & cyclical maintenance across the organisation (North and South). Assist the Planned/Estates Works Team Leader in being responsible for the day-to-day operational delivery and contract administration of al Estate based works, Aids and Adaptations & planned & cyclical maintenance projects and in a client capacity. Assist the Planned/Estate Works Team Leader in the monitoring, management and reporting on all key performance indicators and targets across all areas of works. Assist the Planned/Estate Works Team leader in the development of specifications, contract documents, procurement of all associated contracts in line with the investment programme and business need. Undertaking effective contract administration on all estate-based works, aids and adaptations and planned and cyclical maintenance projects on behalf of the client. Ensure up to date an accurate record is maintained of all estate-based works, aids and adaptations and planned and cyclical maintenance projects and that all asset systems are properly managed and updated to ensure stock data is up-to-date and relevant. The role will also be responsible for carrying out various property surveys & inspections, including, but not limited to Pre and Post inspections, Pre-works validation surveys, Defect Liability inspections, Asbestos Re-inspections and any other site-based checks as agreed with the line manager and service needs for example stock condition/HHSRS where required. Due to the fluid nature of the planned and cyclical works this role will involve travel between North and South in line with service delivery requirements. It will also require flexibility between surveyors in the planned and estate teams to support each service as necessary to ensure resources are suitably resourced in line with the Planned Investment Managers direction. As such surveyors in this role will be expected to work within each of the planned and estate teams as required and work seamlessly between each discipline under the relevant team leader Key Responsibilities Responsible for ensuring the accurate and precise assessment and survey of assets to defined standards whether Legal, Regulatory or corporate to enable the production and delivery of accurate investment programmes. Assist with the preparation of procurement/contract documentation such as ITT, specifications and schedules of work and undertake procurement exercises through e-tendering portals in line with client procedures. Maintain effective contractor management by negotiating and communicating on a regular basis to ensure effective progress, quality workmanship to ensure continuous improvement and achievement of 'best value' in line with specification and contract requirements. Responsible for managing contracts in accordance with the current version of the approved Contract Management Procedure and relevant contract administration requirements. To ensure accurate collation of all appropriate and necessary information relating to client assets using latest technology. Where appropriate provide comprehensive periodic budget information and monitoring on a timely basis to enable accurate budget reporting, forecasting and planning Ensure all work is undertaken with the highest customer focused skills in line with corporate objectives. To contribute to reviews of service and carry out technical investigations, providing technical advice and feasibility studies for appropriate building projects ensuring compliance to appropriate standards. To keep up to date with technical issues and legislation and were necessary incorporate them into projects and service plans ensuring the client is kept updated of its responsibilities and duties. To assist in the preparation of programmes of work, contribute towards establishing and meeting the needs of those involved, and review management plans as necessary ensuring work will be delivered to the appropriate standards and budgetary constraint and expectations. To develop and maintain effective audit trails for client business information. To ensure, under the direction of the appropriate manager that costs for all works undertaken by Contractors are accurately reconciled with any income claims for effective budgetary management. Assist in the correlation and production of performance data and ensure systems and process used are accurate and auditable in line with corporate policy. Ensure adequate allowances have been made within estimates and quotations for all works, or general surveying and information gathering. To ensure all work is undertaken in a safe manner and that appropriate consideration is considered to ensure compliance with legislative, corporate, contractual and workmanship requirements. Essential/Desirable qualifications Higher National Certificate/BTEC National Certificate in Construction UKATA Asbestos Awareness Level 2 Electrical Safety Awareness Level 2 Gas Safety Awareness Level 2 Legionella Awareness Decent Homes Standard RDSAP Data Collection HHSRS S20 Consultation Homes Act 2018 If you feel like you have the relevant experience, please apply or contact Josh Meek at Sellick Partnership
South Derbyshire District | Contract/Interim
Housing Officer South Derbyshire Flexible full time, contracted position £Competitive Do you want to work in a dynamic role dealing with income, allocations and housing management? Our client, an organisation based in South Derbyshire is looking for a Housing Officer, to act as the main point of contact for tenants in a geographical area, managing rent accounts, tenancy and estate issues, tenant welfare and support. Duties of the Housing Officer role will include, but is not limited to: Act on reports of Anti-Social Behaviour and support ASB complainants throughout the processing of their complaint Record ASB, open and record cases on Orchard using the Community Action Solutions (CAS) management system Issue Community Protection Warnings, Community Protection Notices, Notice of Seeking Possession (Tenancy Agreement breaches) and produce housing Management and Witness Statements Monitor and recover arrears of rent, by carrying out interviews with tenants in the home and in the offices, sending correspondence by phone, letter, email and text messages Work with other organisations and departments, such as Housing Benefit and support agencies, to resolve outstanding arrears cases Prepare and serve such as Notices of Intention to Seek Possession Prepare details for the listing of tenants in possession hearings at the County Court and attend Court Hearings in the absence of the Senior Housing Officer Carry out the sign up of new tenants, providing new tenant information to aid tenancy sustainability Liaise with tenants and their support networks to provide help, advice and support Liaise with the Tenancy Sustainment Officer to provide support to households with debt management advice and ongoing rent arrears issues Carry out visits to tenants to discuss and manage breaches of tenancy terms and conditions and provide information and advice to tenants on tenancy matters The successful Housing Officer will have: Previous experience within a housing officer position Enhanced DBS Access to a vehicle with business insurance If you are interested in the above role, please contact Josh Meek at Sellick Partnership or apply now. Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances, including underrepresented and disadvantaged groups and those with disabilities. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. If you do not hear from us within 48 hours please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website.
Stafford | Temporary
Neighbourhood Officer Fixed Term until 31.03.2023 Stafford Hybrid Working Our well established client is looking for an experienced Neighbourhood Officer to with them on a fixed term basis until 31.03.2023. You will be responsible for the provision of an effective, efficient and customer focussed neighbourhood management service. Key Responsibilities of the Neighbourhood Officer: Identify and manage low level breaches of tenancy including ASB, promptly and efficiently and provide advice and guidance to tenants Work closely with local Councils, Police, Support Services and other external agencies Identifying vulnerable groups or individuals and work with other agencies to provide appropriate support Identify complex and high risk tenancies Essential Criteria of the Neighbourhood Officer: Previous experience as a Neighbourhood Officer Knowledge of housing legislation and best practice regarding Estate Management, Grounds Maintenance and/or Fire Risk Assessments DBS Full UK Driving Licence and access to own vehicle Immediate start available Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. Over the years we have built up an enviable relationship with employers and our expert team of consultants boast up-to-date market knowledge and a strong reputation making Sellick Partnership best placed to help you. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice
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