Development Project Assistant
We are a charitable housing association that owns and manages more than 18,000 homes – and developing thousands more – across Yorkshire. We also provide a range of services so that people can live independently. All our profits are reinvested so that we can do even more for our customers. Our ambition is that everyone has the opportunity to live in a quality home they can afford.
We are currently seeking three Development Project Assistants to be based in Leeds on permanent contracts. We will be recruiting for two full time positions (35 hours per week) and one part time position (30 hours per week).
The main purpose of this role is to provide project support and assistance to the Development team to enable the successful delivery of the development programme and to assist with the progression of sites and carry out general development functions.
The successful candidates will be responsible for setting up and maintaining scheme files and checklists to comply with internal and Homes England audit requirements.
The salary for the full time positions are £24,250.25 per annum and the salary for the part time position is £20,786.84 per annum.
We are looking for people who are committed to our company values and can demonstrate this by:
Respect: having good communicator and interpersonal skills
Reliability: being able to work under pressure taking on board interruptions and changes whilst working to tight deadlines
Enthusiasm: being able to use own initiative and to problem solve
The closing date for applications will be 17 March 2019
Interviews will take place on 25/26 March 2019
Please note CV's will not be accepted.
Please note if you are applying for this role internally you must inform your current line manager.
Yorkshire Housing is proactively working to implement its equality, diversity and inclusion policy. We positively welcome and support diversity in our workforce and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Yorkshire Housing is half way through a major transformation programme, called Tomorrow's Yorkshire. The programme will radically improve the way we interact with our customers, eliminate inefficiencies, and empower our staff to focus on the things that matter most to our customers.
We want to make sure that our business is sustainable and that we're able to keep building homes for new customers, making repairs in the properties we own, and support customers to live in their home independently for longer.
Transformation is across the entire organisation. It includes changing our processes, jobs, as well as introducing new IT capability.