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Fire Risk Assessments (FRA) - Remedial Actions Coordinator

Origin Housing
Flexible working arrangements with office attendance when required. Head Office at Euston, London NW
£35,000 per annum + Benefits including hybrid working.
Closing date
15 Apr 2024

Job Details

Salary £35,000pa

Origin – Great homes, positive people, and strong communities

An inspiring past and a bright future

A home is the essential foundation for a good quality of life, so what we do every day really matters to the wellbeing of our communities. Here at Origin, we trace our roots back 100 years, building and managing high quality homes as well as providing support services and housing for those who are most vulnerable in London and Hertfordshire. We work to provide safe, decent affordable homes and support for individuals and communities.

Focused on our residents, our driving ambition is to provide services that make people’s lives easier, and homes and communities they can be proud to live in. We are ‘not for profit’ and reinvest all our surpluses back into our varied and vibrant neighbourhoods.

  • Do you know how to deliver remedial works following fire risk assessments (FRA)?
  • Do you have a good technical understanding of the regulatory requirements of FRA remedial works?
  • Are you knowledgeable in the requirements of the section 20 consultation process for leaseholders?
  • Can you manage a range of specialist contractors to get the best from them?
  • Do you know to deliver great customer service? You may be the person we are looking for.

The role – Fire Risk Assessments (FRA) - Remedial Actions Coordinator

You will be responsible for coordinating the remedial actions following on from our fire risk assessments. You will ensure works are issued to contractors and that they are delivered within target timescales. The contractors you will be working with will be managed, in accordance with budgetary and operational performance requirements, and you will play a key role in managing risk across our portfolio to ensure we deliver remediation works following fire risk assessments.

As the Fire Remedial Actions Coordinator, you will be responsible for ensuring the most effective and efficient management and delivery of fire actions following fire risk assessments. You will be a key member of the Compliance Team ensuring we keep our residents safe by effectively working closely with our contractors whilst also ensuring you keep our customers updated. With experience in fire safety and experience of working closely with assessors and contractors you will be the expert in ensuring we achieve and maintain compliance putting life safety at the forefront of everything you do.

What you’ll do

You will

  • Be responsible for delivery of all FRA remedial actions.
  • Ensure all works are carried out in line with relevant British Standards
  • Create and maintain compliance-based documentation and processes.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and policies.
  • Inputting and analysing evidence to ensure compliance.
  • Be responsible for issuing and monitoring of FRA remedial actions, you’ll implement quality assurance processes and use performance data to evaluate and monitor improvement right across the Origin Housing stock.
  • You will provide regular reports to evidence progress on our completion of FRA remedial actions and be the go-to person across the business for management of all activities.

What you’ll need

We’re looking for someone who has:

  • Good working knowledge of Fire Safety Order, Fire Safety Act and Fire Safety Regulations
  • Good understanding of active and passive fire safety systems
  • Knowledge and experience of reviewing FRA remedial action works
  • Experience in FRA action remediation delivery in the residential sector.
  • Knowledge of Health and Safety legislation, compliance, and CDM regulations.
  • Understanding of leaseholder management, consultation, and service charge arrangements.
  • Good organisational and planning skills
  • Self-motivated, and focused
  • Solution and compliance driven.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Be up to date with fire safety legislation and evidence this through continued professional development.


Our Values

Our core values are at the heart of how we work.

  • Take the lead.
  • Create energy.
  • Build trust.
  • Be generous.
  • Stay grounded.
  • Remember the little things.

We're committed to the wellbeing of our people and in creating an environment that promotes diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

Our benefits to you

  • Origin’s ways of working make it easier for you to balance work and home life. You will benefit from flexible working which offers you the opportunity to work from where you are most effective, with the technology and equipment you need, as well as access to flexible space for collaborative working.
  • Competitive salary of £35,000pa 
  • A generous 25-day holiday allowance plus bank holidays, which increases with time, with the opportunity to buy and sell leave.
  • 2 additional ‘giving something back’ volunteer days.
  • A pension scheme with contributions from 4% - 8% of your salary
  • Family leave, compassionate leave and enhanced maternity pay.
  • Simply Health cash plan providing money back when you spend on health appointments including physiotherapy, dental and opticians.
  • Interest free loans to help spread the cost of a season ticket or another big purchase.
  • Annual staff conference, team away days and annual team meal allowance
  • Access to Perk Box for fantastic savings on everyday purchases and much more
  • Free employee assistance programme
  • Opportunities to join staff network groups.
  • Refer a friend bonus.

We’re also committed to ensuring that our people have access to an excellent range of learning and development opportunities including our induction programme, course sponsorship, leadership development, mentoring and talent schemes along with professional membership if it’s a requirement to your role.

Tell us your story.

We are looking forward to learning about you. Please help us get to know you by sending your latest CV and covering letter detailing how your skills and experience meet the job description for Fire Risk Assessments (FRA) - Remedial Actions Coordinator outlined above.

Closing date for applications: 15 April 2024

Interviews will be held 17 April 2024

Please note that suitable candidates will be invited to interview throughout the application window and therefore the vacancy may close at short notice. However, all candidates will be advised of the outcome of their application and therefore interested candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.


About Origin Housing

We are a registered social landlord, managing over 7,000 homes in London and Hertfordshire. We provide affordable housing in our communities as well as related care and support services to the people who live in them. 

Origin Housing started life in 1924 as St. Pancras House Improvement Society, a charitable organisation founded by Father Basil Jellicoe because of a belief that good quality affordable housing is a foundation for a successful life.

Thanks to a subsequent series of mergers with other organisations: Humanist Housing Association, Griffin Homes, and Lee Housing Association, we now work in 14 areas across North London and Hertfordshire.

Our vision Great homes: places where people are proud to live

We want to provide homes that people are proud to live in. Housing is a long-term commitment so it is important to us that we build quality property and continue to invest in keeping homes at modern standards over many decades.

We buy land and build homes for rent and for sale. We also buy homes directly from private house builders.

 The homes are for:

  • letting at a subsidised rent;
  • part-rent part-buy (called shared ownership);
  • outright sale – the profits from which support our charitable objectives.

We finance this by: raising loans; proceeds from sales; along with a small amount of government grant.

Positive people: responsive caring staff getting services right for customers

We strive to be a top-performing landlord, property manager and provider of care and support services. We want our customers to be positive about the services we provide. This means it is crucial that our staff are skilled, dedicated and positive people who are committed to providing the best possible customer service.

We recognise that to do this means we must listen to our customers, so we regularly seek feedback and work with customers to improve services is central to the way we operate.

Strong communities: helping people and neighbourhoods thrive

Our aim is to help people and neighbourhoods to thrive. Working in partnership with Local Authorities we provide under contract a range of care and support services to people who are vulnerable due to learning disabilities, old age or other issues.

We want our communities to be places where people feel safe and proud, and where they can aspire to reach their potential. To help achieve this, we run and support initiatives to encourage inclusion and involvement, helping people to become actively involved in building sustainable, healthy and vibrant neighbourhoods. We provide support for people to find sustainable employment, manage their money, and stay in their homes for longer.


Company info
020 7209 9222
St Richards House
110 Eversholt Street

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