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Head of Property

Head of Property
Chief Officer Band A - £61,463 - £67,263

Embark on an exciting journey with Bury Council’s Housing Services Directorate as our newest Head of Property! We're on a mission to redefine excellence in service delivery and shape the future of housing provision.

Here at Bury Council, we don't just talk the talk – we walk the walk. Our commitment to providing top-tier services isn't just a slogan; it's a way of life. We believe in the power of community voices, ensuring that every tenant's experience shapes our improvements. Safety, sustainability, and financial robustness are our cornerstones, creating an environment where both our tenants and employees thrive.

As our Head of Property, you'll be the architect of change, guiding our team to deliver dynamic services that truly make a difference in our tenants' lives. Beyond the day-to-day, you'll be shaping strategies that set the stage for continuous enhancement and involvement of our valued tenants. Your expertise will drive compliance with regulations and ignite innovation, pushing boundaries in housing management.  But that's not all – at Bury Council, we're all about growth. With a diverse range of responsibilities spanning housing and asset management, financial planning, and more, you'll have ample opportunities to broaden your horizons and develop professionally. And as a leader, you'll inspire and empower our colleagues, unlocking their potential to exceed expectations.

We're seeking a visionary leader with a knack for building bridges and a deep understanding of the housing sector's intricacies. But what truly sets you apart is your unwavering commitment to championing our tenants' needs, ensuring they're not just heard but placed at the forefront of everything we do. 

Ready to join a team where your passion meets purpose? Take the leap and join us at Bury Council. Together, let's create vibrant communities and homes where dreams flourish.

Normal hours of work are 37 hours per week based around the usual business working week. Dependent on service requirements, you may be required to work on a rota basis.

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We support employees to work with agility, where appropriate for the post and service requirements.

We are committed to Bury being an equal society that recognises values and embraces all people, regardless of any difference, for the skills, abilities and experiences they bring into the workforce and the wider community. Therefore we guarantee an interview for disabled people, looked after children/ care leavers, armed forces personnel (including reservists and veterans) and carers of adults or disabled children if they meet the essential criteria.

For an informal chat regarding the role please contact John Holman via

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