Nottingham (Sherwood Rise)
£40,925 - £46,141 per annum
Full Time (35 hours per week)
Help us to deliver 'More homes, great services, better lives'
We are looking to recruit a Governance Manager to deliver a high quality service to ensure that the NCHA group of companies comply with our governing documents, legislation and regulatory requirements.
You will have experience of managing governance and in providing company secretary support in the social housing, or a similarly regulated, sector environment.
You will have strong interpersonal skills to liaise effectively with the Executive Team, Board members, shareholders, regulators and other key internal/external stakeholders and to maintain their confidence.
In return, you will receive the following:
- Free Health cashback plan; claim up to £100 for dental treatment, optician fees and other benefits
- 28.5 days statutory annual leave (rising to 30.5 days after 5 years) + bank holidays
- On-going training and development opportunities
- Reward and recognition for staff who go the extra mile
- Staff social activities sponsored by the organisation
- Free Enhanced DBS where applicable
- Benefits scheme offering discounts and cashback at high street shops and major supermarkets, gyms etc. via NCHA Life Style Hub
- £250 for referring external candidates for a Care Assistant or Support Worker role
- Free confidential access to 24hr assistance program for counselling, advice and support
Closing date: Wednesday 1st August 2018 at 16:00
Interview Date: Thursday 9th August 2018
All correspondence will be via your registered email address.
All successful candidates will be required to take an online ability assessment and complete a work related test prior to the interview.
View the full job description in the document tab at the top of the page and refer to the Person Specification section of the Job Description to complete your application.
As a Disability Confident and Equal Opportunities Employer, NCHA welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates including those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) groups and disabled candidates.