Community Safety Legal Officer
ForHousing is a social purpose business that positively impacts communities by reinvesting profits, building vibrant and safe communities. We know that together we achieve more so we work with a range of like-minded partners to deliver positive change in communities and improve lives.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work for an exciting and innovative organisation that is committed to working in partnership to improve lives and make improvements that matter to people.
At ForHousing we believe that people are our biggest asset. We’re passionate about working collaboratively with our partners to deliver excellence in communities, environments and build futures together.
We’re a busy team with lots to do. If you have a “can do, will do” approach and can hit the ground running then you’ll fit right in.
We’re looking for a Legal Officer to help us continue to make things happen. Reporting to Community Safety Manager, you will be part of a broader team of professionals responsible for providing an excellent Community Safety service. This is the perfect role if you have:
- Experience of working within a social housing environment
- Experience of working within a customer focussed environment
- Experience of presenting cases/attending at County Court for ASB or other civil cases
- Hold a current valid driving licence and have a car available for work at all times.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Mark Fitton on 0161 605 7259 or or Duncan Thomasson-Khan’s on 0161 605 7810
As well as a generous holiday entitlement, we offer a range of benefits for a rewarding career including a pension scheme and staff discount club membership. We’ll also make sure you get the training and benefits you deserve.
ForHousing is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Closing date: 24th September 2019. Please note we may close early if sufficient applications are received.
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