Planned and Cyclical Works Manager

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our organisation as a Planned and Cyclical Works Manager

Join Our Team: Planned and Cyclical Works Manager

37 hours per week, Monday to Friday, Permanent

Salary: £46,725 plus £2,000 for essential car allowance per annum (salary from April 2024)

Are you passionate about delivering high-quality and cost-effective services to customers? Do you excel at leading teams and driving continuous improvement? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join our organisation as a Planned and Cyclical Works Manager.

Manningham Housing Association (MHA) is seeking a dynamic and skilled Planned and Cyclical Works Manager to lead our capital and cyclical works programs with dedication, ensuring top-quartile performance and maximising customer satisfaction. This role is key to maintaining the safety, compliance, and improvement of our housing stock, directly impacting the lives of our residents and the community.

Here’s what we offer:

  • Convenient city-centre office location near train stations, theatres, restaurants, and shops
  • 26 days annual holiday, increasing to 31 based on length of service, plus Bank Holidays and an additional 3 days over the Christmas period
  • Day off on your birthday!
  • Competitive salary
  • Exclusive discounts on everyday essentials such as groceries, pharmaceuticals, petrol, and clothing
  • Flexible Social Housing Pension Scheme with up to 10% employer/employee contribution
  • Disability Confident Committed Employer status
  • Career development opportunities through Annual Appraisals
  • Healthcare Cash Plan
  • Essential Car Allowance
  • Free car parking if you require a car for your role
  • Agile and flexible working options (depending on job role)
  • Annual £300 flexible benefit pot
  • Ability to buy and sell up to 3 days of annual leave
  • Up to 4 paid volunteering days per annum to support local good causes

Key Responsibilities:

  • Project Leadership: Spearhead maintenance and improvement projects from concept to completion, ensuring excellence in performance, customer satisfaction, and budgetary efficiency.
  • Strategic Procurement: Take charge of procurement processes, drafting, issuing, and managing contracts to uphold our commitment to quality and value.
  • Compliance Mastery: Oversee our Health and Safety Compliance function, ensuring 100% performance in critical areas like gas servicing, fire safety, and electrical testing, among others.
  • Budget Oversight: Craft and manage budgets with a keen eye, providing regular financial insights to support strategic decision-making.
  • Sustainable Innovation: Lead initiatives on asset data management and MHA’s net zero program, aligning with government and regulatory frameworks.
  • Empathetic Leadership: Develop and mentor your team, focusing on professional growth and personal empowerment, fostering a culture of continuous learning and development.

We Value:

  • Diversity and Inclusion: A workplace where everyone’s voice is heard and valued. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and life experiences.
  • Work-Life Harmony: Understanding the importance of balance, we support flexible working arrangements to accommodate your personal and professional life.
  • Continuous Growth: Commitment to personal and professional development, with opportunities to expand your skills and career.

You Bring:

  • A degree in a property-related discipline, with CIH level 4 or committed to achieving it.
  • Proven expertise in project management within the social housing sector.
  • Understanding and experience of the project life cycle and the impact of being in a regulated sector has on the decision-making process, health and safety standards and compliance.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to engage diverse audiences.
  • A strategic mindset with robust budget management skills.

Make an Impact:

Join us and be a part of a team that not only values excellence and professionalism but also nurtures personal growth and work-life balance. Your work will directly contribute to the well-being of our community, making a lasting difference.

How to apply?

Please complete the e-form below with your CV and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and qualifications.

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Interviews will be conducted on an ongoing basis, and as such, we advise you to make your application as soon as you are able, to increase your chances of being considered for an interview.

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