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Housing Strategy & Support Manager M061
  • Employer: Charnwood Borough Council
  • Reference: CBC/23/240322
  • Published: Mon 15/05/2023, 8:00 AM
  • Closing on: Mon 29/05/2023, 23:55 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: Grade PO2 £39,493-£42,503
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Leicestershire

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Housing Strategy & Support Manager M061

Charnwood Borough Council in Leicestershire is an ambitious and dynamic organisation with a strong focus on supporting communities, looking after the environment, and creating a thriving economy.
We are also customer focused, both internally and externally.
Charnwood is one of the largest shire district councils in the country based on population, serving around 183,000 people.
We offer a range of services, with everything from refuse and recycling collections to the operation of a theatre and historic markets.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Strategic Housing Team to support the delivery of high-quality housing services within Charnwood.

We are looking for a positive, adaptable and resilient individual with strong interpersonal skills and decision-making skills, experience of managing staff, and experience of delivering housing enabling or development and regeneration services. 

In this role you will lead the Housing Development, Housing Systems and Housing Administration teams and work closely with a range of internal and external partners to ensure the delivery of effective services.

For further information about this role please contact Katie Moore, Head of Strategic Housing, via email or telephone on 01509 634671.

There are many benefits to working with us. The Council offers generous annual leave of between 22 and 27 days of leave (depending on grade and length of service) plus bank holidays; agile working for many roles; opportunities for professional development linked to many roles and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme. 
The Council strongly believes a diverse and inclusive workforce helps make our services better. We value the individual strengths of each colleague and the potential they bring.
We are a Disability Confident Employer and strive to promote a disability confident culture.  To find out more about our Disability Confident commitments including reasonable adjustments and the guaranteed interview scheme please visit:
We have also signed the Armed Forces Covenant (AFC) and have achieved the AFC’s Employer Recognition Gold Award.
Colleagues are also actively engaged through our Staff Forum and groups such as our Health and Wellbeing Group and Equality Working Group. 

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