New Business Co-ordinator
Employer: Stevenage Borough Council
- Reference: HS56147
- Published on: Wed 11/01/2017 17:00 PM
- Closing on: Thu 26/01/2017 17:00 PM
- Working Pattern: Full Time, Contract
- Salary: £25,000 - £34,999
- DBS Check: No
- Location: Stevenage
Job Title: New Business Co-ordinator
Post Number: HS56147
Salary: Grade 6 £28,203 to £31,288 pro rata for hours worked
Working Hours: 37 hours per week
Location: Daneshill House
Contract: 6 month fixed term (or secondment)
We are looking for a highly driven person to fill this post within the Housing Advice and Homeless Team. The successful candidate will be responsible for actively promoting the Councils landlord incentive scheme and taking a lead in bringing new landlords in to work with Stevenage Borough Council.
This dynamic individual must have excellent communication and negotiation skills and a marketing/sales background would be highly desirable. You will have good knowledge of the Housing Act ’96 (as amended) and the Housing Health and Safety Rating System in order to fully advise all our landlords on their legal rights and responsibilities.
The successful candidate will be committed to delivering excellent customer service, be used to working in a high pressure environment and be able to effectively manage and prioritise own workload.
For an informal discussion about this role please contact Matt Ewan on 01438 242939 or Theo Addae on 01438 242797.
For an application pack and to apply online, please visit www.stevenage.gov.uk/vacancies
Closing date for receipt of application is 17:00 on Thursday 26th January 2017.
Please note that Stevenage Borough Council cannot accept CV’s, all applications must be made on the Council’s standard application form which can be found at the above link.
Stevenage Borough Council (SBC) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff, volunteers and recruitment candidates to share this commitment. SBC shall take all reasonable steps to employ staff who are safe to work with children, young people and vulnerable adults. An appropriately rigorous approach to scrutinising candidates will be made when recruiting staff. Those posts with increased contact with children, young people and vulnerable adults, or their information, shall be vetted and monitored with escalating rigour. The council supports the legislative requirements for employing and maintaining safer staff and the guidance specified by the Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board Safe Staffing Handbook 2010.