For the latest information and guidance on the Service Charity Sector and the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please click here

Haig Housing – IT Support Manager

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Haig Housing is a charitable housing association with some 1500 properties in small estates all over the United Kingdom which it lets to ex-Servicemen and women and their families, as well as individual properties specially purchased to support those veterans injured or disabled in recent conflicts.

We are looking for an IT Support Manager to join our small, friendly team which is largely based at our Head Office in Morden, South London. You will have solid experience with computers and networks, and a degree in computer science or a related field is desirable. You will work with the Corporate team to support all users on the Trust’s IT and telecommunications systems, ensure robust and effective systems are in place, manage and review IT policies and procedures, support and develop reports from the management software systems and ensure compliance with legal requirements.

Haig offers a 35 hour working week, a company pension, optional private medical insurance, an employee wellbeing package and a 3x salary death in service benefit. The job will be primarily based at the Morden office but equipment will be provided to support an agreed element of home working both during and after the pandemic.

Full details and requirements of this position are provided within the Job Description and Summary Terms & Conditions. Applications should be by current CV together with a covering letter or statement detailing your suitability for this post sent to humanresources@haighousing.org.uk by the closing date of Thursday 1st July 2021.

Download the job description here.

Download the T&C here.

Our Executive Members

📢 Following our Annual General Meeting - held online for the second year - on 6 July, we asked a small group of Mem… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

By @Cobseo 6 days ago

The Service Charity Sector and the coronavirus outbreak

For the latest information and guidance on the Service Charity Sector and the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please click here