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Head of Repairs Services
If you have the ability to drive forward service improvement, hold contractors to account and the business understanding to work up new service models, this role could be for you.
As Head of Repairs Services, you will be responsible for reactive repairs, void repairs and managing a range of cyclical contracts. You will also be responsible for developing in-house repair services. You will need to be driven, flexible and outward looking to bring best practice from the public and private sectors to improve the customer experience at Maryhill.
The Association is in the process of re-procuring new repairs and maintenance contracts so you would have a real opportunity to shape the future of the repairs and maintenance service at Maryhill.
We are looking for someone with a track record of innovation and excellent leadership skills, inspiring passion in your people and for the service. We need someone with proven contract management skills, comfortable with implementing performance management systems that deliver real value for money and excellent customer service.
We are a charitable, community-based Housing Association operating in the North West of Glasgow. We operate in the Maryhill and Ruchill areas to improve and build, manage and maintain over 3000 homes. As a Registered Social Landlord, formed in 1977, we are regulated by the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) and operate within the SHR’s regulatory framework. We are also a registered property factor for more than 700 homes. We are excited to be celebrating our 40th anniversary in 2017!
Maryhill Housing employs over 90 staff and our turnover for the year ended 31 March 2015 was around £12.3m. We have built a number of new homes, mainly flats, terraced, 4 in a block and semi detached. We house a wide cross section of the community, providing housing for all sizes of family, sheltered and amenity housing. Our homes include high rise apartments and tenements as well as traditional houses and flats. We also support and deliver a significant programme of community regeneration activity.
For more information on the role and for details on how to apply, please visit www.aspenpeople.co.uk/MHA or contact Nigel Fortnum / Mhairi Higgins for a confidential discussion on 0141 212 7555.
Closing date: Friday 15th July 2016