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We are a positive values-based social enterprise, looking for the following people to join our energetic hard working team.
If you are interested in any of these roles, please click on the title to see the full job description. If you would like to join the team, email email@example.com with your CV and covering letter describing why you are the best person for the role.
As Asset Management Co-ordinator, you will be responsible for the day -to-day administration of the acquisition and asset management programme within the Homes for Good business group. You will work alongside and support other colleagues within the Assets Management Team to successfully deliver a programme of property purchase, refurb, communal repair and general asset management. The role is fast paced, no two days are the same and it requires a responsive, highly professional approach when working with a variety of stakeholders including owners, factors, HFG tenants and other property industry professionals. Currently HFG owns around 270 properties which are managed by the Assets and Acquisition Team, led by the Director of Assets and Governance. We plan to increase this by around 50 properties per year, leading to 500 in HFG ownership by 2025.
This role presents an excellent opportunity to join an ethical & forward- thinking company with plans for growth, and the associated career opportunities which come with this. In-house and external training opportunities will be provided.
Closing date: Sunday 3rd October
We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated, self driven & dynamic person to join our team. As the primary point of contact for your tenants, you will work with them to make sure they sustain their tenancies, manage their incomes and reach their full potential. You will achieve this by providing innovative person centred support & excellent customer service to your tenants through regular communication over the phone, by video call and in person. You will also be responsible for ensuring that your tenants homes remain compliant with private rented sector legislation and that essential maintenance is carried out.
This role is key to us developing our tenancy engagement, reducing our tenants’ social isolation, building their confidence & help them learn new skills. Working closely with the wider team, you will continuously develop engagement work with tenants, communities, and partner organisations. This will include both online and face to face activities in varying formats, working with tenants on a one to one basis, as part of a group, or through our social media community group.
As Universal Credit & Welfare Officer, you will be the first point of contact for welfare enquiries and will be responsible for managing our tenant’s welfare applications & appeals within the Homes for Good business group. You will ensure that this is clearly documented through HFG’s reporting systems and will work to your primary aim of ensuring tenancy stability through strategic financial planning, preventing rent arrears and ensuring income maximisation. You will work alongside colleagues in the Tenancy Support Team to ensure the best service and positive outcomes for our tenants based on their individual needs and to develop innovative solutions to tackle challenges faced by people accessing the benefit system. The role is fast paced and required a highly professional approach when working with a variety of stakeholders including HFG tenants, landlords, DWP, HMRC, Govan Law Centre and other partner organisations that you will identify to assist our tenants.