Haig Housing – Housing Manager


Haig Housing is a long-established veterans charity based in London Victoria with a presence across the UK. We are the largest veterans housing charity, providing houses for over 1500 veterans and their families. We put people at the centre of everything we do – our beneficiaries and staff. All our employees can expect to experience a professional and friendly working environment where we deliver for those who need us. We are on a journey to become even better and help more people.

We work hard to develop, manage and maintain a range of affordable, quality housing for veterans. To deliver this we hire people who are passionate, committed and proactive in providing quality services and engaging all our stakeholders. We develop our team to be knowledgeable, self-regulating and highly skilled and reward the value they bring to the business.

We want to recruit an experienced Housing Manager for our Mid West Locations. Our plans to improve our service to beneficiaries are ambitious, for which we need high calibre staff. You will be responsible for the sustainment of tenancies for homes and the signposting of support organisations for those that need them. This is a genuine and real opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of our beneficiaries. It’s a great place to work; we want you to help us make Haig even better.

We expect you to be a self-starter who is output driven, able to work on your own initiative and live our values. In return will provide you with a very competitive package which consists of a generous salary, pension, good holiday allowance, healthcare & life insurance.

Also to note all application now go through Citrus HR, Please see the link below to attached to the post for applicants to apply.

Apply Here – https://system.citrushr.com/Job?uid=bibgsdvnqntuzalkvjty

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