Permanent, interim and non-executive vacancies
No. 258, 07 July 2014
Tel: 020 3434 0990 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.campbelltickell.com | @CampbellTickel1
Are you creAtive?
cAn you juggle?
cAn you deliver?
WEST LONDON £50K
Full-time, or will consider 4 days/week for experienced candidates
south Acton community Builders is
a new tenant management co-operative,
which will take over managing key services
for 1360 ealing council properties in the
south Acton estate from january 2015,
following a tenant ballot. We are seeking an
innovative and dynamic chief officer to take
charge of the preparation and delivery of this
This is an exciting and unique opportunity to
play a key role developing an infrastructure
and culture to shape our long-term future.
SCBC will be responsible for:
•Day to day repairs
•Minor void property repairs
•Estate cleaning and grounds maintenance
For more information and details of how
to apply, see
to discuss the role, please contact
Maggie rafalowicz on 07802 187 867 or
closing dAte For ApplicAtions:
Wednesday 16 july.
netWorking session With BoArd:
tuesday 22 july.
Wednesday 23 july.
You will have a strong senior background in
housing management and related services,
and experience of contract procurement
negotiation. You’ll have great people and
communication skills, an understanding of
good governance and working with residents,
and experience of getting new projects off the
ground. Those with either TMO or housing
co-op experience will be of particular interest.
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Interim Housing Director
Full time, up to 3 months, competitive day rate
Medium sized housing and social care provider seeks an Interim Director to lead their housing
The successful candidate will take responsibility for general housing needs, care & support, housing
for older people and young persons, supported housing, floating services, visiting support services
and community development and involvement. Experience at Director level gained within a
housing setting plus a significant background in care and support will be essential.
To apply send your CV, including your day rate and availability, to email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is Thursday 10 July 2014 at 12 noon.
Interim Property and Assets Manager
£40k pa (1 year fixed term contract)
Will consider 4 days per week (without pro rata of available salary for an exceptional candidate)
Small housing provider seeks an experienced manager to oversee delivery of a responsive repairs
service and a planned maintenance programme. Technical experience in both areas will be welcome
but expertise in one field with assurance to oversee the other will also be acceptable. A can-do
attitude and ability to work on own initiative is however crucial, as is the ability to support a strong
customer care culture. You will need to be able to provide financial and performance information
to the Director.
The fixed term contract is to cover a service review period and permanent recruitment to this post,
so we will consider candidates who may also be interested in the permanent role.
This is a great opportunity to join a friendly team, where you can see the impact of your work, get
involved in shaping strategy and be able to work flexibly.
To apply send your CV, including confirmation of availability, to firstname.lastname@example.org. The
deadline for applications is Thursday 10 July 2014 at 12 noon.
Interim Director of Resident Services
4 - 5 days per week, c.3 to 6 months, must have availability to start at the end of July
Competitive day rate
Medium sized housing provider seeks an interim Director of Resident Services to provide
leadership, strategic direction, innovation and effective change management in the delivery of
support and care services, achieving high levels of resident satisfaction.
The successful candidate will need to bring considerable experience of residential care, possess
broad knowledge of social housing, and have a strong track record in successfully leading a team.
To apply send your CV, with financial expectations to email@example.com. The deadline
for applications is Thursday 10 July 2014 at 12 noon.
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NON-EXECUTIVE ROLES COMING SOON
Large housing association in Yorkshire seeks multiple non-executive Board members.
We are looking to encourage interest from applicants with an entrepreneurial background and
in particular those with skills including finance, asset management, construction and property
To express an interest email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Live: mid August 2014.
Multiple remunerated vacancies
Large registered social landlord in the North West seeks multiple new non-executive Board
Those with a professional background in social care and extra care, asset management and property
development, audit, compliance and regulatory knowledge will be of particular interest.
To express an interest email: email@example.com. Live: late July 2014.
New for-profit Registered Provider will shortly be recruiting two
non-executive Board members
Remuneration to be confirmed
You will have high level housing sector leadership experience and a solid financial understanding.
To express an interest email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Live: late summer/autumn 2014.
PERMANENT COMING SOON
Well regarded and highly valued community housing association seeks a new Chief Executive.
Applicants will need a demonstrable record of successful leadership, with the ability to work well with
a dedicated staff and Board team. The organisation has a strong reputation amongst its stakeholders
including residents. Creativity is especially key – the housing stock is spread wide covering both
market towns and rural communities, there are pockets of deprivation in areas with high value housing
and other challenges around unemployment and community cohesion. So the role will suit someone
who is passionate about wanting to lead on the delivery of a service offer that is holistic, more than
just housing and has the ability to make an impact on real lives.
To express an interest in this vacancy email: email@example.com. The position will be
going live in September 2014.
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PERMANENT COMING SOON CONT.
Successful medium sized housing provider seeks two new
Directors to join its senior management team:
Director of Housing Services
A new role, the position has been created to manage a broad range of housing services across a
diverse tenure portfolio.
We seek creative and energetic applicants who will take a strongly collegiate approach and have
a passion for excellence in customer service. A first-rate communicator, your leadership style will
empower staff and enable them deliver not just for tenants but for the whole community.
Director of Direct Services
We seek an experienced senior professional in this new role to lead the development of the
Direct Services Directorate, who will ensure high performance, value for money, excellent
customer service and a modern and innovative approach. As well as repairs and maintenance
the successful candidate will be responsible for cleaning, gardening, social enterprise and an
umbrella company that offers services to external customers.
To register your interest in either of these vacancies email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The positions will be going live in early July 2014.
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Future London Leaders & Leaders Plus
Part-time 3 days per week, salary commensurate with experience
Future of London is a membership-driven urban policy network connecting London
practitioners in regeneration, housing, infrastructure and economic development. Our
members include the GLA, TfL, local authorities, housing associations and trusts, and our
private-sector partners represent the best of London’s built environment sector.
Future of London’s primary purpose is to build capacity – through career-development,
resources, networks and best practice – amongst the people who deliver London’s
infrastructure and services.
Future London Leaders and Leaders Plus form our member-exclusive career-development
offer, with leadership skills, seminars, visits, networking, mentoring and alumni activities.
We’re looking for a Programme Co-ordinator who can serve at the main point of contact
for nominating boroughs, candidates, senior mentors and suppliers. You will manage the
nomination process, lead on an effective programme of modules and create or edit course
materials. Comfortable with public speaking, you will organise formal FLL events, and may
also support other FoL programming.
The successful candidate will be an energetic, intuitive and highly organised individual with
proven event and project management skills. They will be comfortable working individually
or as part of a team and have the communication skills necessary to interact with a broad
range of stakeholders across all levels of our member and partner organisations.
To find out more about Future of London visit: www.futureoflondon.org.uk
To apply for this vacancy please email your CV, a cover letter and references to:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Lisa Taylor, Director Future of London - no calls please)
Closing date: July 18 th 2014
Interviews: w/c July 21 st 2014
Start date: August (Date TBC)
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ARHAG is a Housing Association that believes
in and develops the potential of its residents
and in particular refugees and migrants.
We were founded in 1979 and currently own and manage almost 900 homes
in inner and outer London. We are recognised as an ambitious and high
performing housing association, delivering good quality services to our residents.
As well as delivering excellent landlord services, we also seek to deliver
‘added social value’ by engaging with our residents and helping them to help
themselves, to fulfil their potential, and to improve levels of social and financial
inclusion and well being.
Tuesday 8 July
Interviews: Tuesday 22 July
and Thursday 31 July 2014
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During the last year we conducted a
far ranging governance review and
we are now seeking to recruit additional
skilled and experienced people to our Board.
If you have one or more of the following please get in touch;
High level accountancy experience.
Housing and/or property development experience.
Community and resident engagement experience.
We currently remunerate the Chair of our Board and we are giving
consideration to also remunerating Board Members.
To apply please send your c.v. and covering letter to Helen Reihill at
HReihill@arhag.co.uk or by post to Arhag HA, Unit B, Mary Brackner House,
54-74 Holmes Road, Kentish Town, NW5 3AQ. Arhag residents are especially
encouraged to apply.
For an informal discussion please contact our CEO, Mr Dorian Leatham,
on 020 7424 7370.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Tuesday 8 July
Interviews: Tuesday 22 July
and Thursday 31 July 2014
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ask me any
us before it’s
The art of engagement
To discuss how the Board best adds value, please contact Radojka Milijevic
on 07989 608 380 or email Radojka@campbelltickell.com