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Haig Housing Trust – Development Officer, Temporary (Morden)

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

Summary of key terms and conditions of employment:

  • Contract type: Six month full time contract
  • Office location: Alban Dobson House, Green Lane, Morden, Surrey SM4 5NS.
  • Salary: £27k per annum (pro rata)
  • Commencement Date: As soon as possible.
  • Probation period: The probationary period is three months. During the probationary period the notice period by either party is one week.
  • Holidays: Annual leave entitlement of 25 days, plus Bank Holidays, increasing by 1 day per annum to a maximum of 30 days.
  • No Smoking: A No Smoking policy operates in the office.
  • Hours of Work: The basic working week is 35 hours (9am-5pm) although you will be expected to work such hours as are necessary in order to fully discharge the responsibilities of your role. Overtime is not payable.

Notice Period: After probationary period from employer, one month; from employee, one month.
Staff Benefits: Haig offers a company pension, optional private medical insurance and a 3x salary death in service benefit.
Head Office: Haig Housing, Alban Dobson House, Green Lane, Morden, Surrey SM4 5NS.
London Office: Haig Housing, Mountbarrow House, 6-20 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9RB
Please note that an offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references
and medical report

CV and covering letter to be sent to  ann.clark@haighousing.org.uk

Applications accepted to 30th April, unless the position is filled earlier.

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