Women’s Pioneer Housing has been making a difference to women’s lives for 100 years through high quality homes and services. Our values, co-created reflect both our history and our future: Positivity, Integrity, One team, Never forgetting the customer, Equality, Empowerment and Responsibility.
In 2020, we celebrate our centenary and are embarking on an exciting period of change and modernisation to our services. We have embedded our patch-based working approach where frontline staff work as one team helping each other to deliver high quality services and support our residents’ independence and well-being.
Women’s Pioneer is the largest provider of Sheltered Housing in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. We are looking for a full time Scheme Manager to manage two Older Women’s Housing schemes totaling 33 households in West London.
This role requires you to work collaboratively with your colleagues in Estate Services, Repairs, Financial Inclusion and Housing Management to provide a resident focused scheme management service. This is a challenging role, working remotely and independently, managing the health and safety of the two buildings, monitoring cleaning and grounds maintenance contractor performance as well as liaising with residents on their housing and independence and wellbeing needs. This is a rare opportunity to join a specialist organisation championing women’s housing issues.
You don’t need to have housing management experience to join us but you should have an exceptional record of customer service, empathy, a capacity to learn and a passion for women’s housing issues. We will provide a comprehensive induction with an opportunity to learn, develop and drive your own work.
We also offer a brilliant benefits package:
- Generous annual leave plus bank holidays
- A generous pension scheme
- Bonus scheme
This role will be based in Earl’s Court and the working hours are 28 per week. The working pattern is flexible to be agreed with the successful applicant.
How to apply:
- An up-to-date CV which shows your full career history – we recommend that this is no longer than two pages;
- A supporting statement marked “Scheme Manager”. This is the key document to your application and should refer to the person specification detailing why you are a good candidate for this role, offering examples of your experience and how they relate to it. We recommend that this is no longer than two sides of A4 and expands on your CV.
- A completed Diversity Monitoring form.
- Applications must be received by midnight Sunday 13 December 2020
Interviews for this role will be held remotely via video conference call on Thursday 17 December 2020.