Head of Housing
Head of Housing
Based in Carlisle, Newcastle or Workington
36.25 hours per week
£60,520 + benefits package
If you are looking for an exciting new role, we have a great opportunity to join the team at Castles & Coasts Housing Association (CCHA). As part of our business growth, and commitment to first class customer services, we have created a brand new role of Head of Housing.
CCHA owns and manages more than 7,000 homes across the North of England in Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and North Lancashire. As an Association we focus on the needs of the local communities we serve, tackling the housing crisis, improving services within our communities, and use our strength and efficiency to meet housing service needs.
We are looking for an exceptional individual who is genuinely passionate about delivering high quality services to our customers.
As Head of Housing (HOH) you will have a successful track record of leading and managing housing services at a senior level.
The HOH will be responsible for providing leadership and direction to our Housing Team, namely the Lettings & Neighbourhoods, Leasehold and Sheltered & Supported Teams. You will be responsible for ensuring that we have the most effective housing management processes in place to enable excellent performance that delivers results for our residents, the Association and our stakeholders. You will be dynamic and driven, with a determination to achieve excellent performance. You will have experience of designing and delivering high performing housing management services which provide best value to residents.
This role will form part of our Senior Leadership Team, you will act as a role model by embodying our values to shape our culture and guide your teams to achieve our strategic objectives. The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of change management and continuous improvement.
Click apply below for further information and to download an application pack.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 1st September 2019
Interviews to be held: Tuesday 17th September 2019 (Stage 1) and Wednesday 25th September 2019 (Stage 2)