This is a great opportunity for a Housing Team Leader to assist the Tenancy and Income Manager in ensuring the delivery of high quality housing services for our residents within a performance management framework and meeting statutory requirements.
We are looking for an experienced team leader who wants to work in a customer-centred service. The role requires a working knowledge of housing management and practice, and the ability to interpret legislation into understandable guidelines.
We are looking for someone
- with strong leadership skills and the ability to motivate and develop colleagues to attain high levels of performance.
- used to dealing with complex customer situations that require sound judgement skills, teamwork, sensitivity and effective communication.
- who can contribute to innovative and creative policies, strategies and processes.
- who has a degree or an equivalent qualification or experience in leading a customer-centred service.
This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Clearance.
Unfortunately, we are unable to accept CV’s. Please quote the correct reference no. when applying: 005133
Please read the guidance notes on completing the application form before proceeding with your application.
- Guidance Notes - completing the application form
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- Downloadable Application Form (Word)
- Downloadable Application Form (PDF)
- Job Description and Person Specification
Closing date for receipt of application is 5pm on Tuesday 18 September 2018.
For an informal discussion about this role please contact Keith Wilson on 01438 242666
Download further information and an application form using the links above or alternatively contact:
Human Resources Department Stevenage Borough Council Daneshill House Danestrete Stevenage Herts SG1 1HN
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