Risk and Assurance Assistant

Barnstaple, Devon
£23,000 pro rata plus benefits
12 Jan 2022
24 Jan 2022
Contract Type
Part Time

North Devon Homes

Risk and Assurance Assistant

Salary: £23,000 pro rata plus benefits

Hours: 29.6 per week

Contract: Permanent

Based: Barnstaple, North Devon

Managing over 3,300 properties in North Devon, we are a registered charity providing affordable homes for people to rent and buy with a commercial development subsidiary which has ambitious targets for growth. We are genuinely committed to creating communities where people want to live and are continuously investing in our neighbourhoods.

Supporting the Head of Governance, Risk and Assurance you will take a lead role in supporting the delivery of key meetings and follow up actions through your excellent administration skills.

You will assist with Board, Committee and Regulatory reporting by gathering and collating data and information and you will help to ensure that key documents are up to date.

Furthermore, you will assist with data protection administration and requests for information and support the implementation of good practice and continuous improvement of systems and processes throughout the business.

We are looking for someone who has a keen eye for detail with strong MS Office skills, who is experienced in gathering, collating and providing information to different stakeholders.

You will be an excellent communicator who is confident in communicating with colleagues and external partners at all levels and in a range of formats.

If you are looking for a challenging, yet rewarding opportunity, please visit our website for further details about our vacancy and how to apply.

Please visit www.ndh-ltd.co.uk

Basic DBS checks required.

Closing Date: 10:00am Monday, 24 January 2022

Interview & Testing Date: 01/02/22 & 02/02/22

Please note - applications must include a CV and supporting statement in line with our Application Guidelines, as detailed in our Applicant Information Pack.

Applications without a supporting statement will not be considered.