Property Compliance Analyst

Recruiter
Bromford Group
Location
Wolverhampton, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
14 Aug 2019
Closes
22 Aug 2019
Ref
1224747854
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We are recruiting for an experienced Property Compliance Analyst to join our Asset Compliance team whose primary function is to ensure our contracts and partners deliver statutory and policy compliance in our customers' homes, retirement villages, schemes and colleagues work spaces. This is a permanent position based from our Wolverhampton offices.

The Property Compliance Analyst will provide accurate, assured data and reports on asset compliance and housing maintenance areas of operational control, recommending corrective changes/improvements to processes and systems, providing insight from assurance exercises to ensure that data quality is maintained.

Specific aspects of the role include:
  • You will be responsible and have ownership for preparing, analysing and presenting property health and safety compliance data records such as gas, fire, water, lifting insurance certification in a variety of formats
  • Production of a variety of assured performance reports including contractual key performance indicators across a wide spectrum of service and maintenance compliance and other services contracts
  • Responsible for undertaking quality audits of the data processed by the team and other interdependencies within the organisation
  • Production of budgetary performance analysis
  • Providing leaders, colleagues, board and other forums with assurance tested accurate, relevant and timely performance information, promoting and exhibiting excellent performance management information, co-ordinating communication and requests for information
  • Lead on development of reporting tools and improvements giving assurance in all operating areas of compliance or service related
  • Responsible for the management of the document retention and electronic structure of all Asset Compliance data, ensuring documentation and archiving complies with Statutory Retention Periods.

The successful candidate will have:
  • The ability to analyse and understand complex problems and information with the ability to develop appropriate solutions.
  • Excellent data interrogation and analysis skills, providing assurance tested management information, reports and performance in a manner that a range of audiences can understand
  • Demonstrable evidence of providing data analysis that has lead service improvement
  • Demonstrable evidence of delivering and meeting targets
  • Advanced analytical skills
  • Excellent IT skills with desirable experience of MIS active management systems, planned maintenance, asset management, CRM housing management system and or other housing management systems
  • Knowledge of statutory compliance within social housing sector
  • Knowledge and understanding of change management and its impact on people and process
  • Excellent communication with detailed written and presentation skills
  • Strong team working skills, with the ability to work as part of the team and independently with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to analyse and understand complex problems and information and help develop appropriate solutions that command support
  • Proactive and creative, checking in to ensure ideas are workable ensuring any risks are identified using your analytical skills to raise any immediate or future operational risks through executed analytical analysis
  • Commitment in providing a high quality service to colleagues, external clients and our customers
  • Able to plan, organise and prioritise own workload to meet deadlines and targets
  • The ability to give sound advice to others and be accountable for that advice

It is also critical that you will have a good understanding of current/future emerging technologies, for example Microsoft Dynamics 365. Prior experience in a similar role is essential, as is the ability to demonstrate your competency in data migration and manipulating large data sets.

Closing date for applications is Sunday 18th August with interviews taking place on 27th and 28th August.

This is an exciting time to join Bromford; Glassdoor has named us as a top 5 best place to work in the UK for 2019 and we've merged with Merlin Housing and Severn Vale to create a new Bromford, meaning even more new homes, opportunities and relationships. We've set aside a joint investment of £1.5b as we plan to build 14,000 new homes over the next decade.

Our colleagues tell us they really value the benefits we offer, see the full list here.

You can learn more about Bromford and what it's like to work here by visiting and following us on Glassdoor, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Bromford Housing Group is committed to recruiting with care and safeguarding employees and customers, as a result we will carry out pre-employment checks. The nature of these checks will vary according to the role applied for, and may include details of current/previous employment, unspent criminal convictions, education and proof of relevant qualifications. We will also be asking for references for everyone who is offered employment with us which must cover the last two years. In addition to this, all employees will be asked for evidence of their right to live and work in the UK - further information is available on the UK Government website.

We do not require recruitment agency support at this time - all speculative CVs will be treated as a direct application.

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