Current Vacancies

At Ability we focus on ability, not disability. Do you share our values and have a positive attitude? If so, you could make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults in your area who need care or support to be able to live more independently.

Empathy, communication skills and team work are vital for our roles along with your positive “can do” attitude and commitment to the highest standards of customer service. We offer a culture of support and leadership, extensive training, health care scheme and contributory pension. We value the diversity of our workforce and encourage applications from all sections of the community.

With the COVID-19 situation evolving every day, you may be in a situation where you are facing uncertain times and currently worrying about how to make ends meet, or in a position where you want and can help the most vulnerable people in your community.

This is a challenging time with many businesses facing potential closures, unfortunately resulting in many people being out of work.

Ability have a positive solution – we are hiring!

To ensure we can continue to deliver care and support to our vulnerable customers, we are looking for people who have a positive can-do attitude and are available to start immediately.

During these times we will carry out shortlisting and interviews via video or telephone calls.

Vacancy Type

Housing

Housing

Care & Support

Care & Support

Ability Head Office

Head Office


Housing

Housing Team Leader – reference HTL062022

Housing Team Leader

An exciting and challenging role for forward thinking, resourceful individual who will manage the provision of a high quality, responsive housing management service that delivers a focus on a positive customer outcomes and satisfaction.

You will be highly motivated and have experience of delivering a letting function within a housing team. This is a wide-ranging role covering all aspect of housing management, from overseeing the allocation and letting properties, to acting on breaches of tenancies and line managing 6 Housing and Support Officers who are spread over London and South East regions.

You will have the ability to develop and drive a performance culture with a focus on continuous improvement and personal accountability as well as the ability to lead and motivate your team and colleagues.  You will also be able to build strong networks and working partnerships across the business, particularly with Care & Support and Finance as well as with our repair’s contractor.

This role is key to managing our Housing stock and equally ensuring we meet regulatory and statutory compliance of our Landlord duties.

If you can clearly demonstrate a “can do” approach, take personal accountability and be passionate about delivering excellent customer service then we’d like to hear from you.

We’re all working from home at the moment, however with our Head Office in Staines – Surrey, we can be flexible on your base location when we do start to safely return to the workplace. In time, there may be travel required between our offices and sites so you should be comfortable with this and have access to transport.

Hours: 35 Per Week (9am – 5pm Monday to Friday)

Salary: £36,050 per annum

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

Housing & Support Officer – reference HOLA062022

Housing Officer – London Area

Salary £24372.00 – £32000.00

Make a positive+ difference

If you feel you have what it takes to support our customers to live their best lives independently then we’d love to hear from you.  In return, we offer a full range of benefits including flexible working, the opportunity to achieve a CIH Level 3 qualification, company healthcare scheme, contributory pension, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and a generous mileage allowance.

We are looking for experienced housing professionals to join our established team as we enter a new and exciting phase of customer service delivery.

Our team provides exceptional housing management services to our customers who include people with learning disabilities, mental health needs and physical and sensory impairments.

Managing approximately 50 tenancies across a specified area, you’ll be able to really get to know your customers allowing you to make a positive difference to their lives whilst achieving a great level of job satisfaction.

You’ll be able to contribute by having the time to deliver a full range of services including arrears management, voids and lettings tenancy management and enforcement and ensuring that our communities are safe and pleasant places to live.

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Job Description

 

Housing  & Support Officer – reference HOOB062022

Part time (17.5 hours per week) Housing Officers – Oxfordshire/Wiltshire

Salary  £12186 – £15,375.50

Make a positive+ difference

If you feel you have what it takes to support our customers to live their best lives independently then we’d love to hear from you.  In return, we offer a full range of benefits including flexible working, the opportunity to achieve a CIH Level 3 qualification, company healthcare scheme, contributory pension, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and a generous mileage allowance.

We are looking for experienced housing professionals to join our established team as we enter a new and exciting phase of customer service delivery.

Our team provides exceptional housing management services to our customers who include people with learning disabilities, mental health needs and physical and sensory impairments.

Managing approximately 50 tenancies across a specified area, you’ll be able to really get to know your customers allowing you to make a positive difference to their lives whilst achieving a great level of job satisfaction.

You’ll be able to contribute by having the time to deliver a full range of services including arrears management, voids and lettings tenancy management and enforcement and ensuring that our communities are safe and pleasant places to live.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Housing & Support Officer – reference HOHE062022

Part time (17.5 hours per week) Housing Officers – Hertfordshire/Essex

Salary  £12186 – £15,375.50

Make a positive+ difference

If you feel you have what it takes to support our customers to live their best lives independently then we’d love to hear from you.  In return, we offer a full range of benefits including flexible working, the opportunity to achieve a CIH Level 3 qualification, company healthcare scheme, contributory pension, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and a generous mileage allowance.

We are looking for experienced housing professionals to join our established team as we enter a new and exciting phase of customer service delivery.

Our team provides exceptional housing management services to our customers who include people with learning disabilities, mental health needs and physical and sensory impairments.

Managing approximately 50 tenancies across a specified area, you’ll be able to really get to know your customers allowing you to make a positive difference to their lives whilst achieving a great level of job satisfaction.

You’ll be able to contribute by having the time to deliver a full range of services including arrears management, voids and lettings tenancy management and enforcement and ensuring that our communities are safe and pleasant places to live.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Care & Support

Support Worker – Havant, Hampshire – reference SWH052022

Do you want a rewarding career where you can really make a difference?

We are currently looking for SUPPORT WORKERS within a l supported living setting in Havant, Hampshire who are motivated and committed to provide specialist support for adults with learning disabilities.

Do you have

  • Commitment to supporting vulnerable people to live their best lives and to support people with respect and with dignity
  • Good communicator and to be able to work well as part of a team
  • Enthusiasm about supporting people to live a varied and happy life
  • A positive and enthusiastic attitude
  • Ability to both work under your own initiative but also as part of a team.

If yes, join us at Ability Housing where you can be part of a friendly and inspiring team as a Support Worker.

Vacancy details

We have 1 full-time vacancies (40hrs a week) as well as a part-time role at Prospect Lane in Havant, Hampshire, for a permanent position (role sharing may be considered).   The successful candidates need to be able to be part of rolling rota, covering days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Please be aware that there is a requirement to provide personal care to some of our customers.

About the role

Working as a Support Worker for adults with learning disabilities is a highly varied and rewarding job.  Whether new to the role or an existing support worker our training package means we can have you up to speed with the standard of care we deliver.

The purpose of the service is to support our customers to achieve the quality of life that most people would want for themselves. At our service we promote being an integral part of the local and wider community. We actively encourage and promote community participation, in doing so we raise the profile of the service and the value of diversity and integration. Achieving together is the foundation of our ethos and at the heart of everything we do. We provide an excellent standard of care and support, and so successful applicants will have compassion, patience, and a willingness to learn.

Salary – £198,34 – 40 hours per week (£9.51ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Benefits Ability offer:

  • Excellent hourly rates of pay
  • On the Job and E learning training provided.
  • Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
  • Life insurance
  • Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
  • Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
  • Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
  • 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension scheme

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Senior Support Worker – Covering Lodden Court -Wokingham Berkshire – reference SSWLC052022

We are seeking a Senior Support Worker to join us on a full-time basis (40 hours per week) on a permanent contract.

Benefits of for Senior Support Worker

  • Support and Leadership
  • Training and development opportunities.
  • Company healthcare scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
  • Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for PAYE workers
  • 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension

Requirements for Senior Support Worker

  • Experience of providing care and support to vulnerable adults preferably within a CQC regulated environment. NVQ/QCF Level 3 in Health and Social Care (or equivalent). Desirable
  • Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
  • A driving licence/access to a car is (Essential due to the areas we cover, we support your travel by paying a mileage allowance of 45p per mile)
  • Empathy, good communication skills and team work are vital for the role, along with your positive “can do” attitude and commitment to the highest standards of customer service.

Responsibilities for Senior Support Worker

  • Provide minimal personal care as per individuals plans.
  • Recording/reporting
  • Responsible for the assisting the Service Manager in the resource planning, coaching and mentoring of a team of Support Workers and co-ordinating the daily provision of support and activities for customers to ensure the delivery of a high quality, responsive and efficient service.

Location:

  • Loddon Court – Wokingham

You will be part of a team who work shifts including weekends, bank holidays and sleep ins. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we will agree these with you upfront.

Full-time salary (40 hours)  £22,858.17 per annum

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Job Description

 

Senior Support Worker – Havant– reference SSWPL032022

Ability Care & Support provides supported living services in Havant for vulnerable adults with Learning disabilities enabling them to live more independently. We are looking to recruit a Senior Support Worker to join us on a full-time basis based from our office in Havant.

The successful candidate will work as part of a motivated team, working shifts which will include weekend working, sleep in’s and bank holidays.

We are looking for someone who has experience of managing teams.

The successful applicant will be have a “can do” attitude, be highly motivated and have a proven track record in achieving positive outcomes as well as sharing Ability’s values and behaviours.

Salary: £22,858.17
Hours: 40 working per week on a shift basis.

Benefits you will receive with this role

  •  Support and Leadership
  •  Training and development opportunities
  • Company healthcare scheme
  • 30 days annual leave (included bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension
  • 0.45p per mile
  • Sick Pay

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

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Job Description

 

Support Worker – Sessile Court – Hayes – reference SWSC112021

Support Workers – Hayes

Do you want a rewarding career where you can really make a difference?

Do you have:

  • Some understanding of recovery principles and embedding the ethos of recovery into your own practice.
  • Ability to make a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s situation and needs
  • Excellent communication
  • Good organisational skills
  • Being able to work under your own initiative

If yes, join us at Ability Housing where you can be part of a friendly and inspiring team as a Support Worker.

Vacancies details

We have a vacancy at Sessile Court in Hayes, for a permanent position, working full time, 40 hours per week.   The successful candidates need to be able to be part of rolling rota, covering days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays.

About the role

You will provide outcomes focused support to individuals living with mental illness or dual diagnosis, including one to one individual support and liaison with other mental health agencies on behalf of people who use our services.

You will also:

  • Work to enable individuals to self-manage their personal and domestic resources and to undertake activities of daily living.
  • Jointly develop, review, monitor and adapt person centred support and safety plans.
  • Monitor and report to senior staff on the effectiveness of support delivery
  • Contribute to the protection of individuals from the risk of abuse and harm to self and others who access our services.
  • Encourage those living with mental illness to recognise, understand and manage factors that affect their mental wellbeing and physical health
  • Empower our customers to develop the independent living skills they need, to successfully move on.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Hayes area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments .We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently.

Salary – £22,044.79 – 40 hours per week (£10.57ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Support Worker – Pound House – Dorking – reference SWDK072021

Support Workers – Dorking

Do you want a rewarding career where you can really make a difference?

Do you have:

  • Ability to make a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s situation and needs
  • Excellent communication
  • Good organisational skills
  • Being able to work under your own initiative

If yes, join us at Ability Housing where you can be part of a friendly and inspiring team as a Support Worker.

Vacancies details

We have 2 vacancies at Pound House in Dorking, Surrey, for a permanent position, working full time/Part time,  The successful candidates need to be able to be part of rolling rota, covering days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins.

You will also:

  • Work to enable individuals to self-manage their personal and domestic resources and to undertake activities of daily living.
  • Jointly develop, review, monitor and adapt person centred support and safety plans.
  • Monitor and report to senior staff on the effectiveness of support delivery
  • Contribute to the protection of individuals from the risk of abuse and harm to self and others who access our services.
  • Encourage those living with mental illness to recognise, understand and manage factors that affect their mental wellbeing and physical health
  • Empower our customers to develop the independent living skills they need, to successfully move on.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Dorking area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments . At this service you will provide personal care, where required to our customers. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently.

Salary – £19,834.05, 40 hours per week (£9.51ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Senior Support Worker, Slough – reference SLSW072021

We focus on ability, not disability. Do you share our values and have a positive attitude? If so, you could make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults in your area who need some care or support to live more independently.

Ability Care & Support is looking to recruit a Senior Support Worker to contribute to the efficient and effective management of this service with support from the Team Manager, leading and coordinating a team of Support Workers to provide high quality care and support to our customers.

The position will be on a full-time basis. A level of previous management experience is required but not essential. There will be an expectation that the successful candidate will undertake management duties with respect to the team, work in accordance with the rota system in addition to ensuring the quality of support provided to customers reflects their identified outcomes. Key behaviours expected of the successful candidate include empathy, good communication skills and the ability to lead a team along with a positive “can do” attitude and commitment to the highest standards of customer service.

This role will be based in one of our Services in Slough.

Salary: £22,858.17
Hours: 40 Hours a week (Rota)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Thank you for your interest in Ability Housing Association and we wish you all the best during these difficult times.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Support Worker, Genesis House – Staines – reference SWGH072021

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Staines area. Genesis House is a Mental Health and Substance Misuse service. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing support recovery with a focus on supporting customers to develop community networks which support independence.

Do you want a rewarding career where you can really make a difference?

Do you have:

  • Some understanding of recovery principles and embedding the ethos of recovery into your own practice.
  • Ability to make a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s situation and needs
  • Excellent communication
  • Good organisational skills
  • Being able to work under your own initiative

If yes, join us at Ability Housing where you can be part of a friendly and inspiring team as a Support Worker.

Vacancies details

We have 2 vacancies at Genesis House in Staines, Surrey, for a permanent position, working full time, 40 hours per week.   The successful candidates need to be able to be part of rolling rota, covering days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins.

About the role

You will provide outcomes focused support to individuals living with mental illness or dual diagnosis, including one to one individual support and liaison with other mental health agencies on behalf of people who use our services.

You will also:

  • Work to enable individuals to self-manage their personal and domestic resources and to undertake activities of daily living.
  • Jointly develop, review, monitor and adapt person centred support and safety plans.
  • Monitor and report to senior staff on the effectiveness of support delivery
  • Contribute to the protection of individuals from the risk of abuse and harm to self and others who access our services.
  • Encourage those living with mental illness to recognise, understand and manage factors that affect their mental wellbeing and physical health
  • Empower our customers to develop the independent living skills they need, to successfully move on.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Staines area. Genesis House is a Mental Health and Substance Misuse service. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing support recovery with a focus on supporting customers to develop community networks which support independence.

Salary – £19,834.05 – 40 hours per week (£9.51ph)

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Support Worker, Hayes – reference SWHPL0721

Support Worker – Hayes Park Lodge, Hayes.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Hayes area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently. As well as genuine job satisfaction, we can also offer flexible working arrangements. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we agree these with you upfront. Working as part of a team you will work shifts over a 7-day period which includes weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Applicants should also be aware the activity of providing personal care is required for a number of our customers.

Benefits Ability offer:

  • Excellent hourly rates of pay
  • On the Job and E learning training provided.
  • Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
  • Life insurance
  • Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
  • Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
  • Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
  • 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension scheme

Requirements for Support Worker:

  • Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
  • A driving licence/access to a car is desirable due to the community support. We support travel by paying a mileage allowance of up to 45p per mile
  • The ability to work on a shift basis including days, evenings, weekends, waking nights and overnight sleep-ins
  • Provide personal care, where required to our customers
  • Administer and monitor medication
  • Have clear communication skills
  • Be able to record and report effectively

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

Salary: £22,044.79 – 40 hours a week

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

 

Support Worker, Woking – reference WOKSW062021

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Woking area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently. As well as genuine job satisfaction, we can also offer flexible working arrangements. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we agree these with you upfront. Working as part of a team you will work shifts over a 7-day period which includes weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Applicants should also be aware the activity of providing personal care is required for a number of our customers.

Vacancies details

We have 3 Full time and 1 Part time vacancies at Rosedene House in Woking , Surrey, for a permanent position, working full time, 40 hours per week and Part time hours variable. The successful candidates need to be able to be part of rolling rota, covering days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins.

Benefits Ability offer:

  • Excellent hourly rates of pay
  • On the Job and E learning training provided.
  • Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
  • Life insurance
  • Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
  • Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
  • Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
  • 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension scheme

Requirements for Support Worker

  • Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
  • Driving licence/access to a car is desirable due to the community support. We support travel by paying a mileage allowance of up to 45p per mile
  • The ability to work on a shift basis including days, evenings, weekends, waking nights and overnight sleep-ins
  • Provide personal care, where required to our customers
  • Administer and monitor medication
  • Have clear communication skills
  • Be able to record and report effectively

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

Salary – £19,834.05- 40 hours per week (£9.51ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here for Full-time/Part-time

Job Description

 

Head Office

Head of Property & Asset – reference HPA042022

We have a fantastic opportunity to join Ability Housing Association as Head of Property & Asset.

Ability are committed to creating and developing a positive approach to customer service, where the views and opinions of customers and colleagues are placed at the centre of everything we do.

Our offer: as well as competitive salary we offer 5% DC occupational pension, health cash plan including wellbeing portal, agile working options, 33 days holiday and 3 x life cover assurance through our pension scheme.

What you will bring: Managing and developing a talented small team of Property professionals, you’ll develop and deliver our Property Services Asset Management Strategy, including the setting of the agreed Home and Place Standard and operational service standards across Property Services. Alongside designing and planning all Forward Maintenance Plans, you’ll also lead the Authorised Person function for our main compliance areas of gas, electrical, asbestos, legionella, fire and lifts.

Overall Objectives:

  • Deliver the strategic priorities and plans for Asset Management and Property Services ensuring good quality customer services through delivering a range of comprehensive services to meet identified needs and aspirations, ensuring financial viability
  • Provide vision, leadership and management delivering customer focussed, efficient and effective Asset Management and Property Services.
  • Lead on the delivery of Ability Housing Association’s asset management strategy, maximising the return on investment of our property portfolio.
  • Deliver an effective property management service that delivers a responsive service to tenants and Value for Money to Ability Housing Association.
  • Ensure we are compliant with all statutory, contractual, Health and Safety legislation and our regulators requirements.
  • Manage annual budgets ensuring corrective actions are taken to avoid unnecessary over or underspend at year end working in collaboration with finance.
  • Fulfil the role of ‘Building Safety Manager’ on behalf of Ability Housing Association.
  • Pro-actively ensure that any underperformance or service failure is addressed to ensure KPIs are met.
  • Work in collaboration with the Housing Services Manager and other colleagues to deliver seamless services across the housing, asset, and property management functions

What we need from you:

  • A Professional technical qualification RICS, CIOB or equivalent or by qualified by experience.
  • Up to date knowledge of Landlord Health and Safety, able to evidence a track record of ensuring compliance in this area
  • Provide inspirational leadership and direction – lead, motivate and influence staff at all levels
  • Must have full Driving Licence and own vehicle available for work purposes
  • You’ll have a focus on promoting a ‘customer centric’ culture across Property Services, keeping the customers at the heart of what we do

Your office base will be our Head Office in Staines – Surrey, but we expect a blend of home working, office working and site visits across our portfolio, so a driving licence and ability to travel are essential.

Hours: 35 Per Week (9am – 5pm Monday to Friday)

Salary: £62,000 per annum

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Job Description

 

The Non Executive Director, Care & Support – reference NEDCS0422

At Ability we are seeking a knowledgeable and experienced Care & Support professional to join our Board as a Non Exec Director.

We are a values based organisation and our vision is to empower and enable our customers towards independence; to us this means customers having more choice and control over their lives, with equal access to housing, mobility, health, employment and community involvement.

At Ability, being “first choice” requires total customer satisfaction. To achieve this we recruit people who share our values and we train and support our colleagues to work with a positive ‘can do’ attitude. We are a financially secure business and are now seeking to grow our Care and Support services, focusing on our mission to support people with disabilities to live independent lives, and have a voluntary vacancy on our Board for a Non-Exec Director of Care & Support.

If your values match with ours, and if your career experience and skillset mean you can support our Board and Senior Management Team with oversight, governance and leadership of the Association in our strategic aims, we’d like to hear from you. Please download and review our applicant pack for more information.

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Briefing Pack

 

Property Compliance Co-ordinator, Staines – reference PCCS112021

Property Compliance Co-ordinator – Staines

Are you looking for a new role within Property services? Or looking to change career into property management?

The Property Compliance Co-ordinator is a new role which involves, combining the administration of landlord Health & Safety work with the co-ordination of works programmes.  You will be working as part of a housing and property management team, reporting directly to the Property Services Manager.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Work with the PSM to develop and co-ordinate work programmes relating to property compliance / landlord health and safety including Gas services, Electrical inspections, Water safety management and more.
  • Effectively manage information relating to landlord health and safety using databases, Excel spreadsheets and filing systems; demonstrate accuracy and consistency of data storage and effective information retrieval.
  • Proactively monitor compliance work programmes and activity due dates; raise works orders with contractors and service providers as required.
  • Monitor contract end dates and other contract amendments for action with PSM and others; assist the PSM with contract procurement administration.
  • Support the PSM in producing monthly monitoring and other performance reports, including obtaining reports and information from contractors / service providers and others. Collate and present data relating to service performance.

Knowledge/Skills/Qualifications/Experience

  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Intermediate IT skills, including Excel and databases
  • Understands importance of document control and record keeping
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Build excellent working relationships with our contractors, staff and customers.

Salary up to £24k DOE

Annual leave – 25 days

This will be a Full-time role based in Head Office Staines.

Working hours will be Monday – Friday 9am-5pm.

Join us now – Apply here for Full-time

Job Description

We are a growing organisation and may need your AbilityPOSITIVE+ approach in the near future.

If you don’t see a job above that appeals to you, or that is in your area, we still want to hear from you. Click on the ‘join us now – Apply here’ link below and complete an application, this will give us the details we need to contact you when we have a suitable opportunity.

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