Bield have an exciting opportunity for an Area Manager to manage tenancy and management functions within our Dundee based Amenity Housing, Retirement Plus, Retirement Housing and Retirement Housing with Meals developments and will be based at our office in Dundee.
The successful candidate will have overall management for each of the developments within your defined area, while having operational responsibility for assisting in the delivery of strategic objectives, supporting local managers at developments and engaging with customers and stakeholders.
Applicants should have a detailed understanding of the type of problems facing older people and knowledge of housing legislation with respect to tenancy management and the range of services available to support older people. You should also have experience in housing management together with significant experience of staff support and supervision. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal and a full valid UK driving licence are considered essential requirements. This post also requires a PVG check from Disclosure Scotland.
It is also essential that the ideal candidate is educated to at least HND level in a housing/ social care related discipline or has substantial experience and a track record of continuous professional development, however, CIH Level 4 qualification would be desirable. You should preferably have the minimum required S/NVQ or HNC in Health and Social Care suitable for registration with SSSC or evidence of the ability to acquire an appropriate qualification required for SSSC registration.
In return the successful candidate will receive a competitive salary, car allowance, company pension and 34 days holiday (pro-rated for part-time) with the option to buy or sell leave each year. Bield also offers flexible working.
To apply go to: jobs.bield.co.uk
The proposed interview date is scheduled for the 14th July 2020. Interviews will be carried via Zoom and will include a short presentation and some knowledge based questions.
If you require this information in an alternative format please contact us using the details above. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) which means you must disclose all unspent and relevant spent convictions on your application.