What we are looking for…
Do you have a strong proven track record procuring and project managing the development of new homes, and large-scale refurbishment and remediation? Can you ensure our projects are delivered to time, budget and high customer satisfaction?
With an eye for detail, you will ensure projects are procured, planned, programmed and delivered to time and budget and data is fully recorded for compliance and the production of high-quality O&M manuals upon completion.
Possessing excellent written and verbal communication skills, you will be a team player committed to providing high quality, safe homes for our residents. You will also require excellent solution-based relationship management skills, with the ability to influence and negotiate with contractors, developers, consultants and other stakeholders.
Excellent understanding and knowledge of the principles, legislations, regulations and statutory requirements including - building regulations, fire safety legislation and health and safety to name a few.
If this sound likes an opportunity for you, we look forward to hearing from you.
More detail can be found in the role profile.
Tower Hamlets Community Housing was formed in March 2000 and now manages more than 3,000 homes in Tower Hamlets.
THCH are a progressive housing association that couple excellence in customer service with that of a sound business model underpinned with robust control. Having recently regained G1 status within ambitious timelines.
Based in the heart of Tower Hamlets, THCH are deeply embedded in the community and provide support in the provision of local services beyond housing.
What we offer…
Apart from being part of a fantastic team, we offer a generous package including 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays and 4 concessionary days, a health and wellbeing scheme including a generous wellbeing allowance, Simplyhealth cash plan, season ticket loan, good pension and a lovely refurbished office, plus the opportunity to work flexibly where possible. On top of this we offer an environment which promotes openness and inclusion a team that operates with empathy and values partnerships and integrity.
Please note: We are reviewing our current ways of working to incorporate new agile working methods. Currently for this role employees will be expected to spread their time working on-site, at the office and working from home.
How to Apply
Please email your CV, the additional information sheet and a supporting statement outlining how you meet the criteria for this role to jobs @thch.org.uk.
The role profile and Candidates Essentials form can be downloaded from our website.
The closing date for the receipt of applications is 30 September 2021 at 9:00am.
Interviews are to take place 13th October 2021. Successful candidates will be required to prepare a short presentation prior to attending the interview.