Development Officer (Housing)

Recruiter
Finlay Jude Associates Ltd
Location
Bath
Salary
27000.0000
Posted
09 May 2017
Closes
08 Jun 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Are you an experienced Development Officer (Housing) looking for a new challenge?

We are currently recruiting for a Development Officer to join our Clients at a very exciting time of growth.

Location: Bath

Great Package
Salary: £27,000
+ Bonus
+ Opportunities for Flexible Working Hours
+ Flexible Benefits (to suit your lifestyle and circumstances)
+ Pension
+ Number of initiatives designed to reward, develop and motivate

Company: Modern and Ethical Housing Organisation, which is committed to being good Employer.

Development Officer (Housing) Role:
Attending Public Consultation Events on behalf of our Clients
Pro-actively contacting existing developers, known land owners and partner planning authorities
Identifying new development projects and agreeing terms
Liaising with colleagues, partner organisations and local authorities Compiling and processing HCA grant and information submissions for approval
Undertaking Project Appraisals
Presenting proposals
Liaising with solicitors to formalise contracts
Developing and maintaining effective electronic and paper filing systems
Raising scheme purchase orders, coordinating and processing documentation
Preparing legal and contractual documents for signing in accordance with procedures and standing orders
Coordinating the monitoring and reporting of the Development Programme, ensuring information is provided accurately and on time for reporting to the Executive and Boards
Attending HCA review meetings
Supporting projects to start on site on time, on budget and to agreed quality standards

The successful Development Officer (Housing) will:
• Be qualified to 'A’ Level or equivalent and/or hold a relevant professional qualification
• Have Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Outlook advance knowledge
• Be experienced in S106 acquisition and working with the HCA
• Knowledge of the IMS system and an understanding of the planning system
• Hold full driving licence and have access to transport