Lead Regulator - New Entrants
We are looking for a Lead Regulator - New Entrants to join us - the role can be based in either Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham or Bristol.
As the Lead Regulator of New Entrants you will lead engagement with a portfolio of RPs to gain assurance that they are well governed, financially viable, and managing risk effectively. Providers within this portfolio are those that are designated as ‘for profit’ or that have unusual funding or structural arrangements and they sit outside mainstream regulation activity.
The successful candidate will be CCAB qualified or have extensive experience in a financial environment and have a sound understanding of a range of governance, constitutional, funding and financing arrangements in businesses. You will be able to digest and analyse a wide range of complex material and develop creative solutions for regulation within the overall framework.
You should be used to delivering results in a regulatory, financial or assurance-based environment. Articulate and credible, you’ll combine this expertise with the ability to interact with senior sector stakeholders and make impartial regulatory judgements based on the achievement of regulatory standards.
Our staff are currently working from home due to COVID restrictions.
RSH’s core offices are in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Bristol and London. Our posts can be successfully carried out from any RSH office unless otherwise specified in the job information. We offer flexible working arrangements and staff can work from home for part of their hours.
Most roles involve some travel within England between our offices, and some roles also involve onsite visits to social housing providers.
In line with Government requirements to reduce the number of Civil Service and NDPB roles based in London, we only advertise roles in London which need to be there for business-critical reasons.
Interviews will take place two weeks after the closing date via Microsoft Teams due to the current closure of RSH offices and staff working from home.
Benefits and Salary
We offer a range of excellent benefits; information is available on our website.
The salary for this role is a spot salary within the given range, which will normally be the minimum of the range. Annual salary reviews are determined by the government pay award. In addition, when the probation period is successfully completed, a performance related bonus may be awarded, based on appraisal ratings at the end of the qualifying appraisal year.
For more information on the role, please see the attached Role Profile.
To apply, please complete the online application form on the RSH careers site with an anonymised CV which details your employment, education and training history and provide a supporting statement, which will be used in assessing your application. Guidance on the application process is available on the RSH careers site
Blind shortlisting – We carry out blind short listing for all of our vacancies as part of our commitment to Equality and Diversity and ensuring a fair and consistent approach to recruitment.
We guarantee an interview to disabled candidates who meet the minimum selection criteria, as part of disability confident commitment.
As an equal opportunities employer we will ensure candidates who reach the bench mark from ethnic minority candidates will be selected for interview.
You should indicate on your application if you want to be considered under these options.
Successful applicants will be advised of the outcome of their application and interviews held as soon as practical after the closing date.
Feedback will only be provided if you attend an interview or assessment.