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Housing Manager (Options)

Employer:Chorley Borough Council 

Reference:2012/14 

Published:Fri 09/03/2012 11:01 AM 

Closing date:Sun 01/04/2012 23:59 PM 

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  • Lancashire, North West

Working pattern:Full Time, Permanent position 

Hours:36.25 

Salary:£30,011 - £32,800 per annum 

DBS check:Enhanced

Location:Chorley 

PO-D (£30,011 – £32,800 per annum)
36.25 hours per week, Permanent post

Chorley is an ‘excellent’ rated Council and we are pleased to offer an exciting opportunity for a dynamic housing manager to join our Strategic Housing Department.

You will be responsible for managing the Council’s Housing Options Service and Supported Accommodation in addition to providing strategic support to the delivery of the Prevention of Homelessness Strategy and other housing policies.

We are proud of the performance we have achieved in preventing homelessness and we are looking for a very experienced, highly motivated manager in this challenging field, to help us continue our excellent performance.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Zoë Whiteside (Head of Housing) on 01257 515151

For further information please telephone 01257 515178. To apply on-line please visit our website at www.chorley.gov.uk/jobs .

The closing date for completed application forms is midnight on Sunday 1st April 2012 .

Assessment centre and interviews are scheduled for 28th and 30th April 2012 (Candidates will only be required to attend one day)

If you can’t find the job you are looking for with Chorley Council then try looking at http://www.lancashire4jobs.co.uk/ for other Council vacancies within Lancashire.

Equal Opportunities

We believe that everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect. We are committed to the elimination of unfair and unlawful discrimination and prejudice in all our policies, procedures and practices.

We are committed to ensuring that the principals of the various legislation, European Directives and equality standards are met. Our aim is to have a workforce that is reflective of the local community and this will allow the Council to respond to the diverse needs of the community more effectively and with sensitivity.

We seek to challenge any unlawful or unjustifiable discrimination and we aim to prevent exclusion on grounds such as age, disability, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion or any other unjustifiable reason. We will take appropriate action to resolve any issues raised where discrimination is alleged.

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