supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
  • Kingdom Housing Association: Housing Officer

    Created: 20/06/2023, Updated: 21/06/2023
    News/Events Category: Job Vacancies

    Organisation: Kingdom Housing Association
    Housing Officer
    Location: Glenrothes

    Reference: REQ000460

    Contract: Permanent
    Salary: £34,608 - £38,373 per annum
    Hours: 36 per week

    Closing Date: Sunday 02 July 2023

    About Us

    Kingdom Housing Association is one of the leading providers of affordable housing in east central Scotland. It aspires to be an employer of choice and has attained gold Investors in People and platinum Investment in Young People accreditation. It is currently the highest-placed Scottish registered social landlord on the Best Companies list.

    About the Role

    The organisation is looking for a motivated and organised person to join its housing team. The role will be responsible for providing frontline housing management services to customers within a geographical area.

    Principal responsibilities will include:

    • managing neighbour and estate issues
    • carrying out post-allocation visits
    • multi-agency working
    • assisting with rent collection and tenancy sustainment issues
    • working across Kingdom to provide the best outcomes for customers.

    What they're looking for

    You'll have a good working knowledge of the housing sector including experience of dealing with neighbour complaints and estate issues; experience in rent collection would be advantageous. You should be educated to CIH Level 4 in Housing Practice or equivalent.

    The ability to plan and organise your workload, manage competing demands, and work to tight deadlines is essential as is the ability to remain calm under pressure.

    You will be required to complete a satisfactory Standard Police Act Disclosure Check.

    What they offer

    • an attractive salary and benefits package
    • employee discount platform
    • a contributory pension scheme with a 10% employer contribution
    • generous annual leave entitlement
    • a range of learning and development opportunities
    • enhanced family-friendly entitlements
    • discounted gym membership
    • access to a 24-hour employee counselling service
    • flexible working opportunities to support work-life balance.

    The application and selection process

    Apply here, attaching a copy of your CV; you will receive instant confirmation of your application.

    After the closing date, applications will be shortlisted. You will then receive a notification of whether or not you have been selected for an interview. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an assessment centre comprising an interactive group exercise, an individual task, and a short informal interview.

    You will be required to provide documentation showing your right to work in the UK prior to your interview.

    Kingdom is committed to contributing towards the eradication of homelessness. As part of that, it particularly welcomes applications from people who are currently registered homeless or have been in the last 12 months. It guarantees shortlisting to any applicant who meets that criterion and the essential criteria for the vacancy. If they offer you the role and you are homeless at that point, they will also offer you a tenancy in one of its properties as part of the Naumann Initiative. If you wish your application to be considered under the scheme, please state this under Supporting information on your application form. 

    What now?
    See other news/events in the Job Vacancies category
    Go to the main News page
    Tell us about your own news

Suggest an update/report an error/enquire about this page

News/Events Categories:

Children and Families (48 items)
Climate/Environment (13 items)
Community Events (28 items)
Consultations (10 items)
Employability (61 items)
Funding and Finance (29 items)
FVA News (2 items)
General News (34 items)
Governance (10 items)
Health and Social Care (52 items)
Job Vacancies (28 items)
Partnerships, Networks and Forums (17 items)
Social Enterprise (5 items)
Technology (9 items)
Training and Learning (53 items)
Volunteering (13 items)

Go to the main News page

Share your news/events

It's free! Tell us about your event, news, training, vacancy etc. by completing a short form and we'll add it to our e-bulletins and website - accessed by thousands of people every month.

Sign up to our e-bulletins

Subscribe to our e-bulletins today to keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and events across Fife's Third Sector.

Sign up for e-bulletins now