TENANCY OFFICER

Job Description

HOUSING, HEALTH AND WELLBEING DIRECTORATE
Tenancy Officer (2 Posts)

Salary NS8:  £24,491 rising to £25,991 per annum

37 hours per week

 

Newark and Sherwood has a lot to be proud of; a captivating history, beautiful countryside, characterful market towns, world renowned businesses and an enviable location at the crossroads of the country’s transportation network. As a small district council with a large land footprint we are responsible for over 5,500 council houses and associated community venues. 

Newark and Sherwood District Council is passionate about providing high quality, customer focused housing services to local people, putting tenants’ needs at the heart of everything, enabling local tenants, leaseholders and residents to live in a Cleaner, Safer, Greener environment.

 

Tenancy Officers are at the frontline of our high-quality, innovative housing services: working closely with tenants and residents to ensure our communities are safe, happy and sustainable places to live.

 

You will be responsible for the delivery of high-quality tenancy services including tenancy sustainment, enforcement and involvement. You will ensure relevant legislation and good practice is followed and work alongside other agencies to support our tenants.

 

With excellent knowledge of social housing issues, experience in tenancy and estates management along with dealing with members of the public, you will also hold a HNC in Housing, or equivalent, with membership of the Chartered Institute of Housing as desirable.

This post is subject to a Basic DBS check.

 

For an informal chat about the role please contact Dawn Turner on 01636 655528.

For application forms, please visit our website www.newark-sherwooddc.gov.uk/jobs where you can complete your application online, however, you may request an application pack by e-mailing the HR Team via: personnel@newark-sherwooddc.gov.uk

Closing Date – 5pm, Friday 18th June 2021.

Interviews – Wednesday 30th June 2021

 

Veterans/family of forces/ex-forces, those in care/care leavers, and candidates who declare a disability (as defined under the Equality Act 2010) will be guaranteed an interview provided they have demonstrated that they meet the essential criteria of the post as detailed in the Person Specification on their application form.