Our client aims to be the best in the business, with an excellent team of colleagues and with customers at the heart of everything we do. Established in February 2011, our client is one of the largest employers in Oldham and was crowned business of the year in the 5m+ category in the Oldham Business Awards 2013. They are extremely proud of being in the Best Companies top 100, Our Investors in People Gold status, our Living Wage Employer accreditation and our Investors in People Health and Wellbeing Award. We are committed to boosting the Oldham economy and providing excellent benefits for our colleagues.
A future-focused and progressive not-for-profit Housing Association, they want to make Oldham a place where people are proud to live and work. To deliver their promises to their customers they are looking for a highly motivated, customer focused individual to appoint to the following key position:
Project Officer - Permanent Grade 7/8 (£25,917 - £29,853)
The main purpose of the post is working within multi-disciplinary teams to provide effective and high quality asset services that ensure our clients properties are maintained in a good state of repair, so that value for money, efficiency, high quality and compliance with legislation is achieved.
To identify trends in planned and reactive maintenance activities, highlighting common themes to inform decisions on the most effective means of repair or replacement which will be developed into planned, cyclical, maintenance and disrepair activities. To monitor the activity of all contractors working for or on behalf of our clients properties including Property Care to ensure they adhere to the organisations service standards, consistently providing and aiming to achieve high levels of customer satisfaction.
As a Project Officer you will be allocated a "portfolio" which you will lead for our client, these will be:
- Stock Condition Surveys
- Commercial Premises
- Energy Performance and Environmental sustainability
- Asset Performance Information
If you have a passion and commitment for delivering excellent services with leadership and enthusiasm to deliver the best experience to our customers we encourage you to apply.
We positively encourage applications from disabled people, women, young people, the LGBT community and the BME community.
The successful applicant will ordinarily start at the bottom of the pay scale unless they can demonstrate with payslips they are currently earning a higher salary, in which case they will start at the higher in the pay scale. The top of the grade is the maximum that will be paid for the post.
The deadline for completed applications is Monday 26 th February 2018
Interviews and assessments to take place on Friday 9 th March 2018