Ore Valley Housing Association
Ore Valley Housing Association

Charity registered in Scotland SC031773

Ore Valley HA provides quality homes across Cardenden, Lochgelly and Lochore in Fife. We are part of the Fife Housing Association Alliance.

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Top job! Chief Executive Officer

  • Full time
  • £75,652 – £78,690
  • Central Fife
  • Closing 20th February 2023

Ore Valley Housing Association was registered in 1991 by a voluntary committee all of whom were resident in Cardenden, with the aim of achieving the transfer of housing stock from Scottish Homes, and with stock transfers successfully taking place in 1995 and 1997. Since then, we have developed, and managed additional new housing designed to a high standard to meet local housing needs, adding new build homes in the Cardenden, Lochgelly and Lochore areas of Central Fife. We have also participated in the Scottish Government’s Mortgage to Rent Scheme bringing a number of homes into the Association’s stock. Ore Valley currently owns around 800 homes.

Our primary aim is to provide good quality affordable homes for rent, though we are also involved in a wide range of other projects supporting the communities where our homes are located. We continue to seek local development opportunities.

The wider Ore Valley Group also includes:

  • Ore Valley Enterprises
  • Ore Valley Community Initiatives
  • Cardenden Heat and Power

Due to the forthcoming retirement of our longstanding Chief Executive, we can now offer candidates a wonderful opportunity to lead us through the challenges ahead and onwards to continued success. You should be able to demonstrate a solid track record of success in your career to date, including evidence of your proven managerial and leadership qualities. We are well governed, ambitious, and fully committed to further improving the lives of all those who live within the communities we serve.

We are looking for a passionate, forward thinking, knowledgeable professional who will lead and develop our staff team, support the governing body, and actively embrace our wider aspirations. Above all else, we need our next Chief Executive to have the ability to connect with, and understand, the challenges faced by people living within our communities.

In return, we offer the successful candidate a pleasant working environment and excellent terms and conditions of employment, including a generous defined contribution pension scheme.