Help us to deliver ‘More homes, great services, better lives’
Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA) is one of the largest locally based housing organisations in the East Midlands. Across the region we manage over 9,000 homes; house more than 15,000 tenants; provide over 1,500 bed spaces for people with support/care needs in over 250 properties, and provide more than 500,000 hours of care and support each year.
At NCHA we recognise that our most valuable resource is our staff. They alone can ensure the achievement of our vision: ‘More Homes, Great Services, Better Lives’. We have a long-standing record of investing in staff training and development. We have our own Training and Learning Centre which provides an extensive in-house training programme for our staff, with over 60 training courses available each year.
We are looking to recruit a Governance Manager reporting to the Chief Executive, the successful candidate will manage with tact and integrity to deliver excellence in the role which encompasses governance and assisting with company secretary service to the NCHA group of companies ensuring we comply with our governing documents, legislation and regulatory requirements. The ideal candidate should not only possess strong technical governance expertise but also display a passion for excellent customer service. You must have experience of managing governance and although knowledge of the social housing sector would be desirable, it may be that you bring with you transferable skills from other sectors. In order to be successful in this role you will have a demonstrable ability to work under pressure and to deadlines through a proactive and effective approach to work.
If you have experience and are looking to broaden your horizons as an outstanding professional with an amazing vision of the future and the skill, courage and tenacity to match, this opportunity could be your next career move. Find out more at www.emaconsult.co.uk or contact our managing consultant Ian Robertson at EMA on 01926 887272.
Closing date Friday 5 October 2018, noon