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Wellingborough Homes is a rewarding place to work.  As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re committed to providing good quality homes and excellent services to our tenants.

Our staff are committed to meeting needs and helping to make local neighbourhoods great places to live. They work in a wide range of roles including careers in housing management, finance, community involvement, customer service and administration.

We value our staff and always look for ways in which we can help them develop their skills and knowledge.  When you work for Wellingborough Homes you can expect a competitive recruitment package.

Details of any job vacancies with our organisation will appear below.

Current vacancies:

Former Tenant Debt Co-ordinator

Salary: £21,500.00 with opportunity to progress

We pride ourselves on being a forward thinking, progressive housing association reflective of what is an ever changing sector. With housing being high on the public’s agenda, Wellingborough Homes continues to grow whilst continuing to work successfully with its customers and communities to provide great services and high quality living environments. We are looking for someone to join our Neighbourhood Services team as a Former Tenant Debt Co-ordinator.

You will be responsible for delivering a high performing, customer focused, income management service for the customers of Wellingborough Homes. You will help the association meet its corporate objectives and performance indicators by delivering an effective management service for customer debt including, but not exclusive to:

  • Former Tenant Arrears – all stock
  • Recharges – both current and former tenants
  • Associated court costs. If you are experienced and passionate about helping us achieve our goals, highly proactive with a positive attitude and you want to learn and to develop new skills, you might be just the person we are looking for, previous income management experience is desirable but not essential.
  • To be considered for this post you must be able to demonstrate these essential criteria within your application form:
  • You will work within the Income team to maximise income and promote a culture of payment amongst our customers whilst offering support to the  Income Recovery Officers with administrative and lower level income management contacts as requested.
  • Proven track record in meeting objectives and targets
  • Knowledge and understanding of delivering a good quality service to a vulnerable and diverse customer base.
  • Ability to work under pressure, dealing with priorities  and delivering results
  • Ability to work with multiple computerised systems (skills in Microsoft Word & Excel and databases)
  • A strong attention to detail and experience of working in a methodical way.
  • The ability to work with a busy and varied workload, meeting multiple deadlines.
  • Being a real team player, being happy to roll up your sleeves and pitch in whenever duty calls.

If you have the experience and passion to help us achieve our goals and are highly proactive with a positive attitude, you might be just the person we are looking for. In return you will benefit from 23 days annual leave (rising to 28 days with service), free gym membership and the option of a Social Housing Pension Scheme. For a full list of the responsibilities and person requirements please refer to the job profile. When completing your application, please ensure your supporting statement addresses how you meet each of the essential criteria.

CLOSING DATE: Your completed CV, Supporting Statement and Diversity Monitoring & Declaration form must arrive no later than 12pm on Monday 3rd April 2017. You can send your completed application to Recruitment@whomes.org or via post to Wellingborough Homes, HR Dept, 12 Sheep Street, Wellingborough, NN8 1BL.

Contract type: Permanent

Hours per week: 37

Development Manager

Salary: £45,000.00 + Essential Car Payment (ECP) of £1,657

Wellingborough Homes is a provider of affordable housing and support services in the East Midlands. We own and manage around 4,600 homes with a £22 million turnover and our mission is to “work successfully with our customers and communities to provide great services and high quality living environments.”

We pride ourselves on being a forward thinking progressive housing association reflective of what is an ever changing sector. With housing being high on the public’s agenda, Wellingborough Homes continues to grow whilst continuing to work successfully with its customers and communities to provide great services and high quality living environments.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join Wellingborough Homes and be a key part of delivering true social value in a key area such as housing. This role will allow the successful applicant the opportunity to build on a broad range of experiences within new build property development in a dynamic, progressive and supportive environment.

The key responsibilities of this role are acquiring sites and developing plans for new build housing development projects. The post-holder will motivate members within the team whilst partnering with the rest of the business to deliver a high quality service.

Suitable candidates for this role will hold a relevant professional qualification or equivalent through relevant training/experience gained in the property sector. Candidates need to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, will be responsible for the control and delivery of development projects and be able to set and deliver on targets for the team.

If you have the experience and passion to help us achieve our goals and are highly proactive with a positive attitude, you might be just the person we are looking for. In return you will benefit from 23 days annual leave (rising to 28 days with service), free gym membership and the option of a Social Housing Pension Scheme.

For a full list of the responsibilities and person requirements please refer to the job profile. When completing your application, please ensure your supporting statement addresses how you meet each of the essential criteria.

CLOSING DATE: Your completed CV, Supporting Statement and Diversity Monitoring & Declaration form must arrive no later than 12pm on 10th April 2017. You can send your completed application to Recruitment@whomes.org or via post to Wellingborough Homes, HR Dept, 12 Sheep Street, Wellingborough, NN8 1BL.

Contract type: Permanent

Hours per week: 37

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