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Private Sector Housing Technician

Employer Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council | Strategy & Development Reference P00924
Published Mon 14/05/2012 11:33 AM Closing Date Tue 29/05/2012 23:30 PM
Organisation Strategy & DevelopmentWelwyn Hatfield Borough Councilweb sitelogo image Coverage
  • Hertfordshire, Eastern (inc. Herts and Essex)
Working Pattern Full Time, Permanent position Hours 37 per week
Salary £24,430 - £27,046 pa DBS Check Enhanced
Location Council Offices, The Campus, Welwyn Garden City AL8 6AE

Opportunity to progress to £27,883 – £30,337 pa upon successful completion of competency

A strong team player, you will contribute to the efficient and effective performance of the private sector housing team. You will manage a busy caseload, focused on responding to enquiries and complaints and carrying out investigations and inspections of private sector housing, including Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) and other rented properties. You may also help deliver the Council’s Housing Assistance policy, including the processing of Disabled Facilities Grants.

Ideally with a recognised qualification in a relevant field, you will be able to demonstrate a consistent and successful record in previous posts and you will have a sound knowledge of one or more aspects of construction technology and recognised office protocols. You will also be IT literate with good interpersonal skills, a flexible outlook. A valid UK driving licence and access to a vehicle is essential.

This post is subject to CRB clearance.

Previous applicants need not apply.

Interview date: 12 June 2012

Equal Opportunities

Our mission is to work actively towards the elimination of barriers that prevent equality within the borough , addressing equality of opportunity and access and individual needs in order to encourage the development of opportunities for all Council employees, residents and service users

This council has a strong commitment to equality of opportunity and monitoring each stage of the recruitment and selection process. It is therefore important that you complete the equal opportunities monitoring form with your application.

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