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Neighbourhood Coordinator – Hull
Hours: Full time - 35 hours per week
Base: Park Road office, Hull
Travel: There will be an element of remote/home working for this role, however the successful candidate will need to travel at least once a week to schemes in Hull for compliance checks. A valid driving license and personal vehicle is essential.
People come to work for Habinteg because they believe in what matters to us. Inclusion drives all that we do, be that the services we offer to tenants, the environments we create or the homes we deliver. One in four people in this country are disabled but most homes are designed to exclude them. We believe in designing homes and creating neighbourhoods that everyone can share and enjoy. We have 3350 homes across the country from Tyneside to Cornwall. We are champions of the Lifetime Homes Standard and provide expert training and consultancy through our Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE) in-house team.
About the Role
You will be responsible for delivering housing services to our tenants at our schemes in Hull. This is a generic and rewarding housing management role - and a challenging one. You will be letting properties, carrying out scheme inspections, including key health and safety checks, helping tenants to keep up to date with their rent, and liaising with social services and occupational health services to ensure tenants can successfully maintain their tenancy and live independently. You will also be dealing with tenancy issues, including managing reports of anti-social behaviour. It’s important that you have experience managing ASB.
Lone working will be expected as part of this role however you will be working as part of a small team managed by the Neighbourhood Manager, and will be expected to achieve stretching and ambitious targets. Tenant engagement is key to Habinteg’s success and you will work closely with tenant representatives and tenant groups.
You will be flexible and agile in your approach, being able to adapt your approach to different circumstances and service demands
Closing date: Sunday 14th March 2021
Interview date: TBC
To apply please visit: https://www.habinteg.org.uk/jobs/
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For more than 50 years, we have worked to provide inclusive and accessible homes and neighbourhoods. With over 3,300 properties in England and Wales across 86 Local Authorities, we are as passionate as ever about what accessible homes can mean for the lives of people who need them.
We aim to help other providers and decision makers to understand the social and business case for building accessible communities. We do this by sharing both our technical expertise and the insights we gain working with our own tenants and other disabled people looking for accessible places to live.