Are you a professional manager committed to people and property? Methodist Ministers’ Housing Society (‘MMHS’) is a long-established charity that looks after housing and housing-related needs of retired Methodist Ministers of limited means. MMHS is looking for an enthusiastic, empathetic and organised person to provide residential property expertise across its nationwide portfolio of 900+ residential properties.
Working for a charity like MMHS is rewarding at several levels. You will be based at well-equipped offices in a pleasant part of London. You will be looking after an immensely varied portfolio. You will be interacting with tenants who, even in their retirement, continue to engage with their communities and work for change in various areas of social concern.
Maintenance & Repair Manager.
£35,000-£45,000pa (depending on experience) + generous pension and other excellent benefits.
Full-time, permanent. Part of the MMHS property team.
Office, home-based and on-site. Travel across the UK.
Provide a high standard, sensitive, efficient, and cost-effective maintenance and repair service to all tenants of MMHS – either direct from internal team or via outsourced contractors and agencies.
Ensure properties are maintained to a good standard in line with MMHS standards and within overall budgetary requirements.
Ensure all contractors, suppliers and agents meet their contractual commitments assisted by benchmarking and KPIs.
Conduct a hands-on operation involving not only management of resources but also analysis of data and communication of information to board level.
Manage the maintenance process of properties to ensure they are fit for purpose and compliant with legislation and health and safety standards.
Manage the competitive selection and performance of contractors, suppliers and agents to ensure value for money and accuracy of service delivery.
Extensive experience of people management and maintenance management in a housing environment.
Detailed understanding of domestic construction techniques, building regulations, gas and electrical regulations and EPC certification.
Developed IT skills, an understanding of older people’s needs and being sympathetic to the Christian faith.
An application should comprise CV and a brief covering letter setting out why you feel you are suited to the role. Closing Date: 4 February 2022
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