This is a rewarding time to join Stroud District Council in this Housing Officer role as we embrace the changes being introduced by legislative reform. You will play a crucial part in supporting our communities and valuing our people along with making a difference by delivering on our objectives.
In this role you will work with our communities, partners, and our internal colleagues to deliver an exceptional tenancy management service. You will be responsible for income collection, supporting our tenants with tenancy matters, signposting and making referrals for support as necessary.
Our service is a forward thinking, dedicated and the team you’ll be joining work exceptionally well together, whilst providing a wide range of services within our communities. You will play a significant role and will be a central figure on our estates, transforming services and finding innovative ways to resolve challenging situations.
This role has become available following a review of the housing service provision, a restructure has been successfully concluded to ensure sufficient resources are available to deliver on our priorities, add resilience and enhance our service offer, whilst ensuring staff welfare is at the heart of our service.
You’ll have experience of working as a Housing Officer or in a similar front-line role and will be passionate and enthusiastic about delivering exceptional customer service whilst working under pressure. As an experienced Housing Officer, you’ll have a sound knowledge and experience of:
If you can see yourself being a part of this hardworking, supportive and resilient team, please apply today.
Interview date: Thursday 14th March 2024
If you would like more information about the role, please call 01453 754317 and speak with Andy Kefford, Strategic Head of Housing.
In exchange for your expertise, experience and enthusiasm we provide a range of staff benefits please click here for more information :
It is important that our staff reflect the diversity of our community, and we therefore welcome and encourage applications from people of all genders and sexual orientation, those from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic backgrounds, and people with disabilities.
Our organisation is committed to safeguarding the welfare of vulnerable adults, young people and children. Safer recruitment practices are applied to all job vacancies
Stroud District has an energy unlike any other place. It’s green and dynamic, climate conscious and motivated, creative and collaborative, rural and urban, and unapologetically ambitious. To find out more about what makes our place, our people and our businesses so special, please follow the link to our dedicated website:
Stroud District – The Natural Place