Clydesdale Housing Association Ltd
Clydesdale Housing Association Ltd

Charity registered in Scotland SC034228

We are a registered social landlord providing quality housing for rent throughout the Clydesdale area of rural South Lanarkshire. Also a Scottish Charity, we put people first - we listen and learn from customers and use that learning to improve the work we do.

Current vacancies

Voluntary Management Committee Member Vacancies

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Lanark
  • Closing 3rd February 2023

Do you want to improve your personal wellbeing?... and your career prospects? Do you want to play a role in improving the lives of others and the Clydesdale area? If the answer is “YES” then volunteering as a Management Committee member with us might be the thing for you!

We have two vacancies and are looking to recruit voluntary committee members. If you are motivated by a positive desire to work with us in achieving our Vision of ‘Quality homes and excellent services for all’, then read on!

We are a Registered Social Landlord and Scottish Charity with 742 affordable rented homes across rural South Lanarkshire and the Clyde Valley. We have high tenant satisfaction levels and a track record of strong performance. Our challenges include improving the energy efficiency of our homes, supporting tenants through the cost of living crisis and establishing a community hub.

We need new committee members who have a range of skills and personal qualities who will strengthen our leadership in achieving the best we can for tenants and other service users. We are particularly interested in hearing from people with knowledge or experience in any of the following areas:

  • Employment law and human resources
  • Digital technologies
  • Tenants/stakeholders in social housing
  • Financial management or planning

We make equal opportunities a mainstream part of all of CHA’s work and value diversity therefore we would welcome interest from any individuals with a commitment to our objectives and who have appropriate skills. Applications from people from the following are particularly encouraged in order to assist us in achieving a better reflection of the community we serve:

  • People aged between 18 and 54
  • People with disabilities

Although Management Committee work is unpaid, we will reimburse out of pocket expenses, including care and travelling costs. We also provide comprehensive induction training as well as supporting ongoing personal development. The main reward though is knowing that you are part of a team that is helping to improve the lives of others.

Our Management Committee meets monthly in Lanark (usually held on the last Wednesday of the month – between 6.00 and 8.00pm).

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Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Do you want to improve your personal wellbeing?... and your career prospects? Do you want to play a role in improving the lives of others and the Clydesdale area? If the answer is “YES” then volunteering as a Management Committee member with us might be the thing for you!

We have a vacancy and are looking to recruit a voluntary committee member. If you are motivated by a positive desire to work with us in achieving our Vision of ‘Quality homes and excellent services for all’, then read on!

We are a Registered Social Landlord and Scottish Charity with 742 affordable rented homes across rural South Lanarkshire and the Clyde Valley. We have high tenant satisfaction levels and a track record of strong performance. Our challenges include improving the energy efficiency of our homes, supporting tenants with money problems and establishing a community hub.

We need a new committee member who has a range of skills and personal qualities who will strengthen our leadership in achieving the best we can for tenants and other service users. We would welcome interest from individuals with a commitment to our objectives and who have appropriate skills.

Although Management Committee work is unpaid, we will reimburse out of pocket expenses, including care and travelling costs. We also provide comprehensive induction training as well as supporting ongoing personal development. The main reward though is knowing that you are part of a team that is helping to improve the lives of others.

Our Management Committee meets monthly in Lanark (usually held on the last Wednesday of the month – between 6.00 and 8.00pm).

Interested?

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