September 2019 - NewStart
Christchurch Housing Society, a charitable not-for-profit organisation, is a specialist provider of services to people of sixty years and over. Formed in 1946, we manage over 620 purpose-built flats and provide nursing and residential care home accommodation for older people who have a five-year residency qualification in the Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole areas. We also run three dining clubs.
‘While division seemingly characterises our national politics, at a local level there are huge opportunities for a new power settlement.’
Camden is focused on creating the conditions for people to lead high quality and fulfilling lives. We are committed to delivering frontline services in an efficient and professional manner reaffirming our responsibility to quality of life for our communities.
We have been successful in securing funding through the MHCLG Controlling Migration Fund. We are seeking Environmental Health Officers to contribute towards delivering the project objectives of addressing rogue landlords and letting agents within Camden exploiting migrant tenants living in unlicensed and dangerous HMOs. You will be working in a small multi-disciplinary team with challenging outcome targets. The role will require you to take personal responsibility for case investigations, serve notices and take prosecutions and other high level interventions. Initially the role will focus on the inspection of licensable HMOs and the granting of licences in our additional HMO team.
Social Care Accommodation Development and Investment Manager
£53,016 – £58,512 per annum
Fixed term for up to 2 years
Our ambition is to develop a range of housing options, including housing with care and support schemes across Leicestershire by 2027. This will enable many more people to remain safe and independent in a suitable home environment that connects them to other people, their community and the services they need or might need in the future.
Innovation, collaboration and infrastructure – three of the driving forces behind our newly-established Growth Unit.
New homes are required in Leicestershire. And that’s why we’re actively planning to shape the county of the future, ensuring the right homes are in the right place and supported by the right roads, social care and other community facilities.