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Clydebank Housing Association Ltd Logo

Clydebank Housing Association Ltd
77-83 Kilbowie Road
Clydebank

Tel for applications - 01419411044

Email for applications - vacancies@clydebank-ha.org.uk

Contact for applications - Sinead Farrell

www.clydebank-ha.org.uk

Housing Officer (18 months fixed term, 35 hrs p/w)

West Dunbartonshire | Clydebank Housing Association Ltd
£35,022 -

Closing date

27th May 2022, at Noon

Salary and Employment Details

Employers in Voluntary Housing Grade 7 (PA22-PA25)
£35,022 from April 2022, 35 hours per week
18 months fixed term

Clydebank Housing Association aims to strive for excellence and provide the highest possible quality housing, environment and services to all our customers. Our values, which are integral in everything we do, are:

• Respectful
• Accountable
• Responsive and Informative
• Professional

The Association has a culture that promotes work life balance and is supportive of flexible working requests
• Commitment to continued learning and development
• Access to financial and legal advice
• Access to mental health support
• Access to discounted gym membership
• Employers in Voluntary Housing (EVH) Conditions of service and entitlement apply
• A SHAPS Defined Contribution pension scheme/auto-enrolment pension scheme is offered

People from minority–ethnic groups and people with disabilities are actively encouraged to apply for this post. We are a Scottish Charity No. SC033962.

Job Description

1. General Duties

The Housing Officer is responsible for assisting the Head of Housing Services (HOHS) and the Housing Services Manager (HSM) in the effective operation of all Housing Management functions within the Housing Services department including: -

• Assisting in and providing information to the HOHS/HSM for regular review of policies and procedures and ensuring that they are properly implemented.
• Regular and timetabled identification, research, review and drafting of relevant Housing Services policies and procedures and ensuring these are implemented and prepared for the Housing Services Sub-Committee (HSSC)
• Direct supervision of the housing services assistants and admin staff within the housing services department in conjunction with the HOHS and HSM.
• Preparing directly or assisting the HHOS/HSM in the preparation of reports to committee, and any other reports as required/instructed by the HOHS/HSM
• Developing, maintaining, and implementing relevant statistical databases for information used in reporting on core and associated departmental functions and for use by staff
• Developing, maintaining and/or implementing required functions of the Association’s Housing System to ensure functionality and reporting ability in conjunction with the HOHS/HSM
• In the absence of the HOHS or HSM, preparing and presenting reports to committee
• Analysis and provision of statistical data from housing systems as required for functionality/reporting or on request from the HHOS/HSM
• Tasks related to the cover of assistants and staff cover and training needs (refer to Recruitment Pack)

2. Specific Areas of Responsibility

Allocations, Lettings and Void Properties
• Responsible for the effective operation of the Association’s allocations, lettings and voids system and the processes involved in line with the Association’s policy and procedures. This includes ensuring that all data held on the system is present and correct through regular and diligent checking and ensuring value for money by minimising the time taken at each stage of the process.
• Directly responsible for the allocation of all void and new build properties in line with the Associations policies and procedures and ensuring that all required information is available for reporting and audit purposes.
Responsible for managing and supervising Assistant and Admin grades and ensuring that staff carry out their associated duties correctly and timeously, reporting any issues to the HHOS/HSM.
• A variety of other tasks – refer to full Job Description for details.

Estate Management & Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)
• Responsible for the effective operation of the Association’s Estate Management and ASB systems and the processes involved in line with the Association’s policy and procedures. This includes ensuring that all data held on the system is present and correct through regular and diligent checking and ensuring value for money by minimising the time taken at each stage of the process.
• Responsible for managing and supervising Assistant, Caretaking and Admin grades and ensuring that staff carry out their associated duties correctly and timeously, reporting any issues to the HHOS/HSM.
• Direct liaison with other agencies and departments regarding associated matters as appropriate, seeking resolution, ensuring joined up working, timeous provision of information and highlighting any issues to the HHOS/HSM.
• Ensuring either directly or through delegation to assistant or admin staff that appropriate visits/investigations are carried out in relation to all Estate Management and ASB functions and that all required information is present and correct.
• A variety of other tasks – refer to full Job Description for details.

Rent Collection, Rent Setting and Rent Arrears Management
• Responsible for the effective operation of the Association’s rent management system and the processes involved in line with the Association’s policy and procedures. This includes ensuring that all data held on the system is present and correct through regular and diligent checking and ensuring value for money by minimising the time taken at each stage of the process
• Ensure that all accounts in arrears are monitored and actioned timeously in line with policy and procedures up to and including legal action and eviction stages
• In conjunction with the HHOS/HSM, ensure that appropriate staff look at arrears cases in line with their grade and that this process is managed to maximise the ability of the Association to recover arrears, minimise bad debts and ensure value for money.
• Responsible for managing and supervising Assistant and Admin grades and ensuring that staff carry out their associated duties correctly and timeously, reporting any issues to the HHOS/HSM.
• Direct liaison with other agencies and departments.
• In conjunction with Assistants and Admin staff, ensuring that all customers receive correct and timeous information related to the role.
• A variety of other tasks – refer to full Job Description for details.

An addition range of task regarding tenancy records, liaison with external agencies, tenant participation, statistical returns, advice and customer service, ensuring the effectiveness of the Association’s Policies and other relevant duties. Refer to full job description within recruitment pack.

Notes

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with existing housing experience to undertake a housing officer position for a period of 18 months within a forward thinking housing association.

CHA has a long, proud history of providing good quality, affordable housing for people in housing need. We own and manage c.1,200 homes for affordable rent, act as factor to another c. 600 owner occupied properties and have an active wider role programme. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and we are currently seeking a knowledgeable and experienced Housing Officer to join our high-performing staff team.

Closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 27 May 2022
Interviews will be held week beginning 06 June 2022

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