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networx Wooburn Green, UK
22/01/2019
Full time
Reactive Operations Manager x 2 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire Salary £57,907 per annum according to skills £4,936 car allowance Permanent, Full Time (37 hours per week to be worked Monday to Friday) Our client is one of the South East's leading housing providers. They manage almost 15,000 homes across 33 different local authorities. They are currently seeking for two Reactive Operations Managers for urgent and non-urgent repairs to assume responsibility for the effective operational and commercial performance of the reactive repairs service. Effectively overseeing the delivery of these repairs (circa 5,000 a year) either directly through the DLO or through supply chain partners (SCPs) you will strive to deliver a strong performance against KPIs including customer satisfaction, H&S, response times, productivity, quality and budget. With strong demonstrable experience you will manage the reactive repairs service, giving clear and measurable guidance to Senior Technicians and the scheduling team. Working together you will aim to deliver a high productive service to their residents and properties. With the support of the Head of Repairs you will take on the reactive repairs projects to deliver secure improvements. Further to this you will also independently deal with customer complaints, manage a shared budget and a team of technicians led on a day to day basis by a senior technician. The successful candidates must be educated to a degree level or equivalent and/or possess substantial management experience of managing a medium to large scale DLO, maintenance contract or other high value repairs service or function. Significant experience of managing a DLO repairs service as well as full awareness of all relevant H&S obligations is essential. In addition to this you will be skilled at interpreting performance data to drive continuous improvement. They work hard and strive for excellence. In return they offer a great place to work and an attractive range of benefits, including a Health Cash Plan, bonus potential, competitive pension options and 25 days holiday plus 3 days closure at Christmas. They welcome applications from all sections of the communities they work in. Shortlisting will be conducted in line with the essential and desirable criteria set out in the person specification.
networx Cheshire, UK
22/01/2019
Full time
Tenancy Services Officer Chester £27,884.59 plus car allowance of £3,500.00 per annum as well as a generous benefits package Permanent, Full Time (35 hours per week) Our client is a value-orientated Housing Association working together to create communities where people want to live. They manage circa 5,500 homes over a wide geographical area and their residents include families, older people and those in need of special care and support. Are you looking for a new challenge? Are you passionate about excellent customer service? Do you have the drive and motivation to help to deliver a front-line housing service? Playing a vital role in their Housing Management Team, you will be responsible for all aspects of housing management on a specific patch in their North West region, including neighbourhood management, community development, resident involvement, lettings, tackling anti-social behaviour and sustaining tenancies. You will also be required to support and cover for the Income Services Officers in delivering income management services. The focus will be on delivering a holistic, excellent and seamless service for their residents. They are looking for flexible, dedicated and highly-motivated individuals with experience in housing management. You should be passionate about ensuring their residents receive only the highest quality service and have the communication skills to achieve this. You will be customer-focused, innovative in your approach and be able to implement initiatives to promote tenancy sustainability and deliver excellent customer service in a challenging environment. In support of your application, please provide a written statement detailing how your skills, experience, abilities, behaviours and work-related qualities make you a suitable candidate for this role. Please note that your written statement forms an important part of their shortlisting process. Closing date: Monday 4th February 2019 at 5:00pm Interviews: 19th/20th February 2019 Making diversity part of their culture
networx Bristol, UK
22/01/2019
Full time
Commercial Development Manager Yeovil or Bristol (Home Based) £60,000 per annum Permanent 37 Hours per week It's an exciting for our client as they work towards their Corporate strategy, Next-Gen 2 and focus on growing their organisation and working tirelessly towards solving the housing crisis. We are currently seeking a Commercial Development Manager to identify, secure and take through to contract new development opportunities. You will work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to evaluate new land, joint venture or complex development opportunities. Further to this, you will review and recommend appropriate legal/delivery structures and lead on negotiations to ensure that proposals meet the objectives of the group's development strategy. As Commercial Development Manager you will be accountable for balancing risk to the business with the opportunity for income generation. They are looking for an individual who will establish, manage and nourish relationships with relevant stakeholders through effective networking and using this network to support the team in securing new opportunities. The successful candidate will be driven to secure new business targets who is flexible and committed with the ability to think clearly to help navigate through more complex and challenging development projects. Previous experience of securing new business, financial and viability management, business development and knowledge of residential construction contracts is essential. The closing date for this role is Sunday 20th January 2019. Interviews will be held on Monday 28 January 2019.
networx Bedford, UK
22/01/2019
Full time
Payroll and Accounts Payable Assistant / Payroll Administration Bedford Salary £18,000-£22,380 Our client are a dynamic and ambitious 18,000 unit Housing Association based in Bedford and operating throughout the Oxford to Cambridge growth corridor. The organisation employs 400 people, has an annual turnover in excess of £120m and a development programme that will see it build around 3,000 new homes over the next five years making it one of the top 25 of developing associations. They are currently looking for a highly organised individual with experience of working in a busy finance team to assist with both their Payroll and Accounts Payable functions. The post will spend time in both departments so will suit someone who can be adaptable and reactive to the needs of the business. They have over 400 salaried employees and also a high level of overtime and expenses to process so your primary responsibility will be to assist the Payroll Officer in the preparation of our monthly payroll. Additionally, you will also support the Accounts Payable Team and will be trained to use their new finance system for a range of functions to include processing supplier payments. With a high degree of numerical skills, you will have the ability to understand, analyse and manipulate information and data. You must have previous experience of payroll administration and a good understanding of statutory payments and deductions, including SSP, SMP, Tax and NI. Excellent interpersonal skills are a must! If you are looking to grow and progress with a friendly but busy finance team, then our client would love to hear from you! Closing date: 24 January 2019
networx Croydon, UK
22/01/2019
Full time
Accountant £40,000 to £45,724 per annum Croydon Tenure: Full-time Our client is currently looking for an Accountant that is at the final stages of study or relatively newly qualified (ACA, ACCA or CIMA) to join the organisation and provide support to the Financial Controller. This Accountant position will also work closely with the Financial Operations Manager to support the development of finance processes to ensure financial controls are robust and reporting is accurate and efficient. This Accountant position will encompass a broad range of activities including balance sheet reconciliations, cash flows, monthly and annual reporting and the improvement of processes and procedures. They are looking for individuals that can demonstrate a progressive CV whilst going through their studies and you will be at the Finalist stage or be relatively Newly Qualified (ACA, ACCA or CIMA). Your working experience will be from operating within a Financial Control function, or you may have had a grounding in a Practice environment before moving to an accounting function. They are looking at individuals that are IT literate, with good Excel skills and the ability to learn about Financial Systems and how they can drive efficiency. Being able to work well with internal clients and suppliers is critical as is the ability to develop creative solutions for the business need. Sound like you? Apply now . Now is a really exciting time for them. They've got big plans for 2019, and beyond, and they'd love you to join them. In return for your skills, experience and commitment they'll give you a challenging role in a dynamic business where you'll get the support you need to develop your career in a vibrant environment. And of course, you'll also get a competitive rewards package including Bonus, very strong Pension Scheme, Private Healthcare and much more. Our client is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. No agencies please.
networx Watford, UK
22/01/2019
Full time
Senior Home Ownership and Commercial Officer Watford £27,950 - £34,000 per annum Permanent, Full Time Our client believes in providing excellent customer service and the best possible value for money. Their vision is better homes, friendlier communities - together. Due to a promotion within the team they are looking to recruit a Senior Home Ownership & Commercial Officer within the Partnerships directorate. The successful candidate will be providing support to the Partnerships team in the delivery of housing, community and other new business opportunities as well as managing a portfolio of commercial activity. The role will be responsible for overseeing the process of their home ownership and commercial leasing services including Right to Buy, Right to Acquire, Leasehold, Shared Ownership, Commercial Leases, Management Agreements. Working closely with their Partnerships team, you will negotiate and manage the Group's commercial leases, liaise with their solicitors and surveyors and other contractors in the process. You will work in collaboration with the Project Managers for the successful delivery of the sales and marketing aspect of new build shared ownership properties within time and budget. They are looking for an individual who has a positive attitude, confident in liaising with residents of all tenures via any method of communication and have great organisational skills. You will be providing excellent services to their tenants, leaseholders and shared owners. You will have experience of being able to negotiate and solve problems in a professional manner whilst balancing and meeting customer and organisational needs. A natural leader, you will be well organised, efficient and will have excellent IT proficiency particularly in report generation. Housing experience would be an advantage but not essential for the right candidate. They expect all employees to share their values of taking personal ownership, acting with professionalism and integrity, and finding innovative ways of working.
networx Edinburgh, UK
21/01/2019
Full time
Chief Executive (Charity) Edinburgh Salary Circa £72,000 per annum Scotland's leading nature conservation charity is recruiting a new Chief Executive. They are seeking an experienced, confident leader with the drive and vision to secure a bright future for Scotland's natural environment and help them build on their reputation for an innovative and impactful organisation. For over 50 years, they have worked with their members, partners and supporters in pursuit of their vision of healthy, resilient ecosystems across Scotland's land and seas. They champion the protection and restoration of nature through their pioneering policy advocacy work, through demonstrating practical conservation solutions on the ground and by inspiring people to take action through their education and engagement programmes. They also own and manage over 20,000 hectares of land across a network of 120 wildlife reserves in Scotland and work closely with others in innovative and effective partnerships. They are now looking for an inspiring leader to take on the role of Chief Executive. You will be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of the environmental policy landscape as well as an understanding of practical land management issues in Scotland. You will have a proven track record of leading an organisation or a large department with multiple functions coupled with an ability to get the very best from a motivated team of staff and volunteers. You will also be skilled in raising organisational profile through championing high-level goals to a wide range of decision-makers, opinion formers, funders, media and partner organisations. They pride themselves on being a results-focused organisation so you will be able to show how you have not just developed strategic priorities, but followed these through with high-impact practical projects and positive policy changes. You will also be a natural and compelling communicator with the diplomacy skills needed to engage and influence diverse audiences and lead a membership organisation. If you can combine these skills with a genuine passion for Scotland, its wildlife and its people they would love to hear from you. Closing date: Noon, Friday 8 February 2019 You may be asked to participate, during February 2019, in an assessment system designed to produce a list for interview Final interviews will be held on: Tuesday 26 March 2019
networx Redhill, UK
21/01/2019
Full time
Employment Support Worker Redhill, Surrey £23,500 (pro rata) 21 hours per week Fixed Term Contract until December 2019 (with possible extension) Our client is a Housing Association with 6,500 homes working across East Surrey and Sussex. They are looking for an Employment Support Worker to help deliver East Surrey Pathways to Employment, this project is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the Big Lottery Fund which supports people in housing need to get closer to the job market. You will work in partnership with statutory and voluntary agencies, local businesses and training providers to offer a wide range of opportunities to support people to reduce their barriers and increase their skills for employment. As the Employment Support Worker you will offer tailored and significant levels of support, training and longer-term holistic support meeting a wider range of needs. With a proactive approach, you will organise training courses and workshops for project participants, provide effective communications for the project including letter writing, emails, note taking and phone calls and liaise with employers to identify volunteering, work placement opportunities. The successful candidate will have previous experience of working with vulnerable people and have experience in the employment support sector (or similar). You must be IT literate with experience of using Microsoft Office, Excel and Powerpoint at an intermediate level and have strong planning and organisational skills. This role requires a full clean driving licence or the ability to travel across their area of operation. Closing date: Monday 28th January 2019.
networx Erdington, Birmingham, UK
21/01/2019
Full time
Wellbeing Navigator (Mental Health) Erdington £17,167 per annum 37.5 hours per week Our client is a leading provider of mental health services in Birmingham and the West Midlands. Their Wellbeing Hub provides a single point of access route into the full range of community support services in Birmingham. The service will be based at their Beechcroft Centre, Erdington initially but will also operate a satellite service across the whole City. Service Users will be able to access information, advice and guidance in relation to wellbeing and mental health services available throughout Birmingham. They aim to assist people in managing their own wellbeing, develop and begin using new coping strategies, decrease their reliance on mental health services and be involved with decisions about their treatment generally. The Wellbeing Navigator will work closely with people who are experiencing poor wellbeing and/or mental health difficulties, supporting them on an individual and group basis, using a person centred approach that focuses on maintaining and strengthening the person's wellbeing and enabling people to build their own resilience. Most of the people you work with will not be under specialist mental health services. Service users have aspirations and wishes and it will be your role to ensure that you provide high quality advice, guidance and assistance for people to achieve these. You will be working in a holistic, person centred way, ensuring that local organisations are a strong part of their delivery model. The role will have a strong community focus, ensuring that they retain close and effective links with key people and local organisations. The successful candidate will already have experience of working in a paid role in the mental health field, with experience of supporting people to be in control of their lives. You will have the ability to design, run and facilitate groups on emotional resilience and will be experienced in working with people in a primary care model. A good understanding of equal opportunities is essential and you must have working knowledge of local facilities, organisation and resources. Benefits include an attractive defined contribution pension scheme, Paycare which offers employees affordable cover for a range of healthcare treatments, an Employee Assistance Programme which includes free counselling, Childcare Vouchers and a comprehensive training programme. Their people are key to the success of the organisation and they are recognised as both a Mindful Employer as well as achieving Gold standard success in Investors in People. They welcome applications from people who have experienced mental health difficulties. The closing date for applications is Friday 8 February 2019
networx Cambridge, UK
21/01/2019
Full time
Indirect Tax Manager Cambridge £Competitive Salary In this varied and exciting role you will be responsible for VAT management and compliance of the Company's activities across Europe and the world. You will support the business in its commercial activities, quickly responding to business or legislative change. You will advise and guide the finance team (and wider business) in relation to VAT issues. You will be joining a busy finance team of 10 people, serving an SME organisation with VAT registrations in 15 (soon rising to around 25) countries, and dealing with the VAT complexities that come from operating in a multinational context. As such, they need someone with a high degree of initiative and proactivity, who is also prepared to muck in and 'get their hands dirty' when it comes to the filing of their returns and generally just getting things done. You will be the sole indirect tax person for their organisation, and while you will not be line managing any people, you will be responsible for managing the entire indirect tax function for their organisation. This role will appeal to someone who enjoys the flexibility, variety and challenge that working in a smaller organisation (and finance team) entails. If you have experience of managing European and/or International VAT affairs, and a broad knowledge of European VAT laws (including interpreting and applying it in practice) then please consider applying today! Our client offers a blazing-fast, cutting-edge network that connects scientists, researchers and academics across Europe and the world. Thanks to their terabit network, 50 million researchers, scientists, academics and students can share record volumes of data unconstrained by location, solving some of mankind's biggest challenges. Join them, and you'll be supporting critical research into sustainable energy, deep space, high-energy physics, earth observation, environmental disasters, medicine and more! Closing Date: Wednesday 16 January 2019
networx London, UK
21/01/2019
Full time
Job description Key Responsibilities: Financial support Manage process to provide financial reporting and planning to support the FD and the Division. Act as a Business Partner to relevant stakeholders to ensure information is accurately reflected and provides insight into future initiatives, strategic direction and impact on the division and its key metrics. Produce weekly and monthly management information (MI) and ad hoc analysis, enabling stakeholders to monitor performance and risks and make informed decisions. Manage the annual budget, quarterly forecasting, three-year strategy and ICAAP process from a financial perspective, including management of relevant stakeholders, working groups, timelines, submissions and packs. Monitor and forecast the division's loan book working closely with Operational Finance and lending departments to ascertain the timing of drawdowns and repayments. Weekly forecasting of the Property Divisions financial position and loan book. Review and challenge current MI with a view to improving current outputs Ad hoc support to the FD when required Author of Q&As and ad hoc IR analysis and queries relating to the Property Division. Work closely with the financial control team ensuring that knowledge and current workloads are appropriately shared and allocated to meet deadlines. Must be prepared to be involved with tasks that span both teams. Present and communicate management information to both finance and non-finance teams. Support the full and half year end processes as required including, but not limited to, audit engagement, dividend payments and financial statements. People and communication Engage with a variety of people and teams across the Bank, providing appropriate levels of support and challenge. In the absence of the FD, attend meetings as required. Operational Excellence Conduct month end duties, such as (but not limited to) bad debt provisions, discounted cash flows, fees, reconciliations and loan book analysis. Review and challenge current processes; oversee implementation / improvement of systems and internal controls to Company requirements and standards. Ensure all models / end user computing tools have appropriate instructions, with data appropriately managed clearly and easily identifiable. Ensure that all outputs are appropriately reviewed and reconciled ahead of internal or external distribution Risk & Compliance Ensure that all governance and compliance requirements are adhered to and all reporting and reviewing activities required by the regulatory bodies are carried out to the standards required Skills & Experience: Essential Evidence of taking ownership and ability to prioritise and deal with a wide range of business as usual activities at the same time to meet tight deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills; able to influence others. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail; for example looking at large amounts of data to identify trends. Computer literate with advanced knowledge of MS Office packages, Excel and PowerPoint. Excellent written and oral communication; able to communicate with people at all levels across finance and non-finance departments. Must have a curious and proactive mind-set and understand the 'why'Ability to work independently in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment. Ability to translate large amounts of data into useful information and actionable items. Works well within teams and is able to engage with a variety of people across multiple departments. Desirable Strong systems experience including SAP Education & Qualifications: Essential Accounting qualification (ACA, ACCA,CIMA) or equivalent Evidence of taking ownership and ability to prioritise and deal with a wide range of business as usual activities at the same time to meet tight deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills; able to influence others. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail; for example looking at large amounts of data to identify trends. Computer literate with advanced knowledge of MS Office packages, Excel and PowerPoint. Excellent written and oral communication; able to communicate with people at all levels across finance and non-finance departments. Must have a curious and proactive mind-set and understand the 'why'Ability to work independently in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment. Ability to translate large amounts of data into useful information and actionable items. Works well within teams and is able to engage with a variety of people across multiple departments. Desirable Strong systems experience including SAP Education & Qualifications: Essential Accounting qualification (ACA, ACCA,CIMA) or equivalent
networx Chippenham, UK
21/01/2019
Planner Opportunities Chippenham with occasional travel to other sites Competitive salary dependent on skills plus annual bonus and other benefits 37 hours per week (08:00 - 16:30 Monday - Thursday, 08:00 - 16:00 Friday) 2 x 12 month Fixed Term Contract 1 x Permanent Trainee Passionate about great places to live, our client develops a range of new homes - for rent, shared ownership, and sale - and provides housing management, care and support, and commercial property services. The Planning team within Property Services have excellent opportunities for 2 Planners on a 12 months fixed term contract basis. These are busy and varied roles where you will monitor resource availability, the workload of maintenance operatives, making adjustments to work programmes, keeping residents informed and updating the management team on how they need to adapt to meet targets. Job holders will be extracting and analysing information and utilising this to make savings and reduce the cost of responsive repairs. Ideally you should possess excellent customer service along with the ability to analyse and report statistical information using databases and spreadsheets as required. In addition you will need to be able to regularly reprioritise work and resources to meet targets whilst also planning and managing longer term resources. Experience of the housing sector would also be an advantage. If you are looking to expand your career and knowledge, they are also extremely interested to hear from those who are keen to work for them but don't yet have work experience, so could join them in a trainee capacity. Successful candidates will need to have the potential to succeed and develop within Property Services initially, and eventually, the wider group. What is also important to us are the personal qualities and behaviors you possess, such as confidence, a can do attitude, flexibility, team working and innovative thinking.
networx Cheshire, UK
21/01/2019
Risk Manager Ellesmere Port, Cheshire and London £Competitive Salary Permanent, Full Time Our client is a leading UK-focussed downstream energy company whose main asset is the Stanlow Manufacturing Complex, one of the most advanced refineries in Europe and situated close to the major cities of Liverpool and Manchester. Stanlow is a key strategic national asset, annually producing over 16% of the UK's road transport fuels, while playing an important part in Britain's petrochemical industry. They are currently seeking a risk management professional to join their team at Ellesmere Port and London. Reporting to the Head of International, Supply and Trading you will effectively identify price risk exposures and implement new risk management strategies. The key responsibilities of this role are to analyse global news and market movements to generate market intelligence and analytics to support oil and product trading. You will focus specifically on the European market as well as Asian and US financial derivative trading. Further to this you will monitor and report on hedge ratios and targets set by the Risk Management Committee. In addition you will also line manage the Junior Risk Manager. Proactive in your approach you will have the ability to effectively communicate, and influence others. You must be educated to degree level which must be either in engineering, chemical engineering, finance, business or similar. Numerically minded you will also have substantial trading experience. Line management skills are essential along with being able to network and multi-task. Previous experience and understanding of the Asian oil market is crucial to be successful in this role.
networx Cambridge, UK
21/01/2019
Full time
Partner Relations Officer (Account Management) Amsterdam or Cambridge £Competitive Salary Full Time, Permanent In this exciting and responsible role, you will be managing the relationship between the Company and their European National Research and Education (NREN) community. This involves acting as a primary interface, as well as playing a key role in account management, successful service adoption by their partners, and supporting wider Company relationship building activities. Representing the organisation at community events, conferences and meetings is a big part of the job, and as such frequent travel across Europe will be required. This is a permanent and full-time role. If the role is filled in their Amsterdam office, it will be offered as a 1-year definite contract, with the possibility of becoming indefinite thereafter. What experience and skills are needed for success? To be successful in this role you must have experience of working in a partnership management role - ideally in a professional environment involving government bodies / research institutes / educational bodies / European Commission / Not for Profits or other private/public partnerships etc. Your ability to manage and influence stakeholders at all levels will be critical. You will have experience working in a complex multi-stakeholder environment with international links and a good understanding of the European political environment. They are looking for someone who enjoys working in an open and collaborative manner and is passionate about research, education and the not for profit sectors. Why work for them? Our client offers a blazing-fast, cutting-edge network that connects scientists, researchers and academics across Europe and the world. Thanks to their terabit network, 50 million researchers, scientists, academics and students can share record volumes of data unconstrained by location, solving some of mankind's biggest challenges. Work here and you'll be supporting critical research into sustainable energy, deep space, high-energy physics, earth observation, environmental disasters, medicine and more! Benefits You'll receive excellent benefits - they offer a generous holiday allowance and a 5% end of year bonus/allowance as standard. They also invest heavily in learning to help their people become the best at what they do. Where services allow, they offer flexible working (around core business hours) and the opportunity to work from home on an occasional basis. The other benefits you receive will depend on the country you are employed in, but you can rest assured that these will include an appropriate pension scheme and medical insurance
networx Croydon, UK
21/01/2019
Full time
Operational Due Diligence Analyst (ODD) - Financial Risk £60,000 to £69,307 Croydon, with some International Travel Our client is currently looking for an Operational Due Diligence Analyst (ODD Analyst) to join their Risk team and be responsible for undertaking risk assessments on prospective and existing external Investment Managers and other providers of investment management-related services that they work with. The role requires close interaction with their portfolio of external Investment Managers as well as maintaining effective communication with internal stakeholders. The ODD function's objective is to identify and escalate operational and control risks in external Investment Managers and other providers of investment management-related services, including administrators, custodians and prime brokers. As the ODD Analyst you will support the complete Operational Due Diligence process, working closely with a number of internal stakeholders including risk, commercial services, investment operations, legal and portfolio management. The role will entail reviewing, analysing and reporting on key operational documentation, as well as conducting onsite due diligence meetings with external providers. At all times you will always put their members at the heart of everything you do. They are looking for analytical individuals that have experience of working within an Operational Due Diligence environment. In addition, experience working for an Investment Manager within an operations, legal, compliance, risk or accounting role would be beneficial. You will need the ability to work independently and use your depth of knowledge across all areas to provide a detailed insight into the Investment Managers operational and control environment. As this role deals with their Investment Managers globally, you will be required to undertake some international travel within the position. This will consist of up to two long haul trips per annum for up to four days, as well as quarterly trips to review European-based Investment Managers. Sound like you? Apply now.
networx Yeovil, UK
20/01/2019
Full time
Development Technical Manager (Social Housing) Yeovil Circa £50,000 per annum Full Time Permanent It's an exciting time for our client as they work towards their Corporate strategy, Next-Gen 2 and focus on growing their organisation and working tirelessly towards solving the housing crisis. They are currently seeking a Development Technical Manager to deliver the highest quality residential development projects supporting the new business, sales, programme and construction team. You will lead on the businesses ER's, specification and house type design, providing the team with full technical support and guidance on live and legacy schemes. The role will also require proactive drive in developing and managing contractor and consultant frameworks, business policies and procedures. Proven knowledge and understanding of construction health and safety is also vital in ensuring the business stays compliant with its obligations under any current construction legislation. Experience of, and a positive attitude towards MMC will also be advantageous as they are passionate about innovation and progression within their industry. This post requires a committed individual with a natural drive who can demonstrate their values of passion, collaboration, dedication and innovation. The successful candidate will have a built environment degree or similar qualification /or working towards a CIOB or RICS qualification. You will have the ability to interpret technical information and summarise detailed information effectively. You must have experience in the delivery of construction projects, contractor and consultant management, construction contract management and document management. Resident Positive - They will guarantee at least two tenants an interview based on them meeting the essential criteria. The closing date for this role is 25th February 2019. Interviews will be held on 1st March 2019.
networx Blackburn, UK
20/01/2019
Full time
Head of Investment (Property / Construction) Blackburn or Wakefield £53,175 p/annum Our client is currently enjoying a fantastic period of growth, and as such they are looking for a new Head of Investment to work on a group wide Asset Investment Program. Your key remit within this position is to support the development and delivery of a high quality, cost effective and customer focused Asset Management function. To do this, you will require experience in managing large scale investment programmes, across large geographic areas for the value of multiple millions of £'s. As such you must be able to demonstrate your experience of budgetary management and the control of budgets (currently set to around £40 million pa) with anticipated investment of 800 million over thirty years. Experience with the delivery of top level asset management strategy, incorporating multiple works programmes on a wide array of streams would be key here, as the volume and variety is extensive. Our client has multiple projects running concurrently - with as many as 100 at any one time being active. It would be useful for you to have a broad range of knowledge about the construction industry; including contract procurement (primarily with the use of framework partners). In addition - some experience with energy systems such as GSHP would be beneficial. In order to fulfil this role, you will require the following knowledge, skills & experience; -Experience of managing and developing Asset Management Services -Managing and motivating multiple staff members - with the ability to promote a culture that meets the needs of and engages with customers and staff in an open and high performing environment. -Experience of participating in strategic level discussions and decision making. -Experience of resident involvement and engagement. -Experience of managing and developing not only investment projects but also refurbishment projects. -Degree level qualification in a property related and or construction related subject - or equivalent academic qualification. Due to the nature of this role a full driving license is required, with access to your own vehicle insured for business use. The post holder will be expected to ensure that their teams fully embrace the vision and values of the company, leading from the front and setting the management example. The ideal candidate will also hold a relevant professional qualification - eg RICS, or CIOH or equivalent. In return they can offer you a great set of benefits which includes; 27 days holiday (rising to 32 over 5 years service) + bank holidays. A great flexible working environment, with a range of family friendly policies Great new comfortable and modern offices A huge scope of personal development opportunities A very attractive pension scheme & healthcare benefits as well For the more active minded they also offer a "cycle to work" scheme Our client is an Investor in People organisation.
networx 10 Helena Terrace, Bishop Auckland DL14 6BW, UK
20/01/2019
Full time
Education Policy Specialist Home-based, with regular travel to Leicester £53,926 to £59,606 FTE Permanent, full-time or part-time Our client are seeking to appoint a number of Education Policy Specialists, on either a full-time or a part-time basis. They are looking for people with expertise in one or more of the following areas: qualifications and examinations leadership and governance primary education This is an exciting opportunity to occupy a national role at the forefront of profession-led policy at a time of considerable change. The post-holder will advise and support their members on all matters related to their area(s) of specialism. Part of a small team of committed and expert specialists, they will also work with policy makers and other stakeholders to help shape national policy. Our clients specialists are paid on a five point incremental range from £53,926 to £59,606 FTE per annum. Reasonable travel and out-of-pocket expenses are also covered. The post-holder will work from home with IT and telephone equipment provided but significant travel each week will be required, including the need for overnight stays some weeks. They offer a generous pension scheme, to which the association contributes 9%. INTERESTED? As part of the application process, you will be asked to specify: your knowledge and experience of one or more of the listed policy areas whether you would wish to be considered for a full-time or part-time role. The closing date for applications is 4pm on Thursday 7 February 2019 Interviews will be held in Leicester on Thursday 14 February 2019 Start date: Ideally 1 September 2019 or sooner dependent on individual circumstances
networx Norwich, UK
20/01/2019
Full time
Assistant Director (Housing Operations) Norwich £55,000 - £65,000 per annum + Performance Related Bonus + Car Allowance Our client is a dynamic and successful housing association that finds and implements innovative solutions and aims to provide the optimum level of service to their customers. We have an exciting opportunity for an inspirational leader to work closely with the Executive Director of Operations and Assistant Director - Customer Services in the delivery and continuous improvement of the organisation's housing services. As ADHO, you will effectively manage the organisation's housing services to deliver operational and financial targets and regulatory requirements. Proactive in your approach, you will strategically develop geographical neighbourhood working; anticipating and responding to the challenges and opportunities from the external environment to ensure engagement and involvement. You will play a key role in projects, including effective planning and monitoring of projects, managing risk, issues and benefits and contingency planning; in line with the annual planning process. They are looking for an individual with a strong strategic and customer focus and a clear understanding of the wider issues impacting the relevant markets. You will have extensive experience of managing operational housing service teams. Initiative and drive to achieve high performance and engagement with an established track record of exceeding targets, KPIs, SLAs, in quality led legislative compliant environment is essential for this post. If you're excited by this challenge, then they'd love to hear from you. Closing date: 27th January 2019. First Interview date: 12th February 2019. Second Interview date: 14th February 2019.
networx Norwich, UK
20/01/2019
Full time
Assistant Director (Customer Services) Norwich £55,000 - £60,000 per annum + Performance Related Bonus + Car Allowance Our client is a dynamic and successful housing association that finds and implements innovative solutions and aims to provide the optimum level of service to their customers. They have an exciting opportunity for an inspirational leader to effectively manage the organisation's housing services so as to deliver its operational and financial targets and regulatory requirements and be accountable for the operational and financial performance of services. Reporting to the Executive Director of Operations you will work closely along with the Assistant Director - Housing Operations in the delivery and continuous improvement of the organisations housing services. Further to this, you will deliver their strategic vision and objectives ensuring that the service areas operate within all regulatory guidance, statutory and legislative requirements and to review policies and procedures relating to the service. They are looking for an individual who has extensive experience in managing operational customer service teams and experience of working in the housing sector. You will be a customer focused individual ensuring customer service is the priority of the business with the ability to think outside the norm to provide quality services. If you're excited by this challenge, then they'd love to hear from you. Closing date: 27th January 2019 First Interview date: 12th February 2019 Second Interview date: 14th February 2019