Employer:Runnymede Borough Council
Published:Tue 05/03/2013 12:50 PM
Closing date:Fri 15/03/2013 12:00 PM
Working pattern:Full Time, Permanent position
Hours:37 hours per week
Salary:Commencing salary on a range £38,574 to £44,736 depending on experience and qualifications
Location:Based in Addlestone, Surrey
TENANCY MANAGER – Ref 139HD
Commencing salary on a range £38,574 to £44,736 depending on experience and qualifications
plus essential user car allowance
Heading up a team collecting rents and dealing with estate management and anti-social behaviour, your role
will involve assisting with policy formulation including the Housing Strategy Statement and Business Plan.
It will be an advantage if you are a qualified CIOH Member and have a management qualification but
essential that you have considerable experience of housing management within the public sector. This should include knowledge of the law and practise relating to stock/tenancies and experience of budget and people management. You will be expected to participate in performance reviews and make recommendations for service improvement.
Your skills should include an ability to communicate well verbally both on a one-to-one basis and in meetings and in writing. You should be proficient at Word and Excel with the ability to create spreadsheets and in addition you should be experienced in using computerised housing systems, ideally Northgate. Equally important is the ability to deal with difficult situations calmly and diplomatically, to assess and summarise complex information and make recommendations and be able to manage change.
There will be a requirement to attend evening meetings once or twice a month.
For an informal discussion please telephone Jane Margetts on (01932) 425824.
CVs will not be considered.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Closing Date: Midday Friday 15 March 2013
Interviews will be held on Monday 25 March
If you meet the Essential Criteria on our Person Specification, we want to encourage you to apply to work with us whatever your ethnic background, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, or whether you have a disability. If you or anyone you know have decided not to apply or pursue an application because information supplied by us, or contact with us, has suggested that your application would not be welcome, please let us know or, if this is difficult for you, ask someone to do so on your behalf.
Positions with Runnymede Borough Council are available only to applicants who are permitted by law to work in this Country. Applicants from outside the UK will be expected to meet their own interview and relocation travel costs to point of entry in the UK.