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.
Page last updated: 30 April 2013
- Head of Support Wellingborough (closing date extended)
- Trainee Diversity & HR Administration Officer
Head of Support Wellingborough
£45,254 with scope for performance related pay progression.
Fixed-term, 24 months • Wellingborough
Support Wellingborough is a group of housing, care and voluntary sector organisations committed to
working together to support people.
The post holder will be responsible for identifying, qualifying and securing funding and market opportunities
within a social enterprise, support service, context. The post holder will also be responsible for ensuring
seamless, effective and efficient service delivery across organisational service delivery partner boundaries.
To be considered for this post you must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of securing funding
through a formal commissioning process and have highly developed communication, presentation and
influencing skills. You will be able to demonstrate a proven track record of working with a wide range of
organisations in situations requiring exceptional leadership, at a senior level, to be exercised without the
comfort of line management authority.
You will be knowledgeable about, and experienced, to senior management level, in at least one of the
support, housing or care or closely related sectors.
How to Apply:
To find out more about this post download our information pack: Head of SW Pack (rev dates) 20130430 [pdf] 323KB
To apply complete and return our application form: HSW Application Form 20130416 [doc] 1MB
or call our recruitment line 01933 231324 to request a printed pack and application form.
Please note that we do not accept CV’s.
Please complete and return your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to HR, Wellingborough Homes, 12 Sheep Street, Wellingborough, NN8 1BL. Application forms must be received by 12 noon on Monday 13th May 2013 .
Trainee Diversity & HR Administration Officer
Term: Fixed Term (36 month traineeship)
Hours– Mon – Fri 37 hours (net) per week
Trainee (L3 Apprentice Equivalent)
Salary: £16, 354.86 - £19,989.29
Wellingborough Homes has been given an opportunity to create something dynamic, different and vibrant for Wellingborough. And our employees are working hard to make that happen.
We have an exciting opportunity for a talented and enthusiastic person with an eye for detail, an analytical mind and a flair for quantitative information analysis, reporting and communication.
Working within our Organisational Development team, we are looking for someone to undertake a range of quantitative Equality & Diversity Impact Assessments in addition to a wealth of HR administration roles and responsibilities.
The successful applicant will need to be very numerate, already having, or willing to build, a sound knowledge, and be, or have the potential to become, skilled in the application, of basic statistical methods.
In addition they will have a genuine interest in developing their skills set in human resources administration with a view to achieving an HR related qualification during the traineeship.
To be considered for this post you must be able to demonstrate in your application form, and short listed candidates will be required to demonstrate during their assessment:
- Strong numeracy skills
- Five Grade A* - C GCSE (or equivalent) including English and Mathematics
- Well developed analytical skills
- Good personal organisation skills
- Good communication skills
- Good inter-personal skills
- An eye for detail and accuracy
- Strong computer literacy skills
- The ability to manage a workload of diverse activities with minimal supervision
Ideally you will be able to evidence:
- A qualification to level 3 (GCE A level or similar) in mathematics or statistics (or a subject with a substantial statistical data analysis element)
- An educational or vocational qualification in business administration/business at Level 2 or 3.
HOW TO APPLY:
You can find out more about Wellingborough Homes and this oportuity in the information pack: Diversity & HR post information pack 20130503 [pdf] 331KB
You can download an application form here: Bands1to7applicationform[WORD]20111223.doc [doc] 252KB
You must return an APPLICATION FORM to us. You can request an application form by emailing email@example.com. (Please note CV’s are not accepted)
Your completed application form must arrive no later than, 10.00am, Monday 20th May 2013
Assessment and interviews will take place on Thursday 6th June 2013.