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Project Manager - Housing Development

Project Manager - Housing Development Location: Nottingham Salary: £39,151 - £43,224 per annum Hours: 35 per week, full time Closing Date: Tuesday 18 January 2022 Interview Date: Monday 24 January 2022 Do you have experience of working in property development within a residential or commercial environment? Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA) is one of the largest locally based housing organisations in the East Midlands. Established in 1973, we house more than 20,000 people and manage 10,000 homes in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland. Weve got an annual turnover that exceeds £80 million, and our properties are worth more than £500 million. Were building new homes all the time we work with 19 local authorities to build new affordable homes that meet the needs of people in their area. This includes homes for sale, rent, shared ownership and everything in between. We are proud to sit in the top 50 developing Housing Associations in the country and work with partner registered providers in the Blue Skies Consortium to provide affordable new homes across the East Midlands. Join our friendly, supportive and professional Development team as a Project Manager. Showcase your knowledge, skills and abilities to NCHA and reap the development rewards and opportunities With a warm smile and a great track record of delivering projects, you will have experience of working in property development in a residential and/or commercial environment, and be educated to degree level/or relevant professional qualification with current knowledge of building development processes. You will demonstrate outstanding project management and problem solving abilities and have excellent communication, interpersonal and team working skills. You will also be familiar with the use of Microsoft spreadsheets, databases and other IT applications to retrieve and manipulate complex data. Does this sound like you? Reporting to the Development and New Business Manager, your duties and responsibilities will vary day to day but are not limited to: Co-ordinating, progressing and delivering new development projects for affordable housing for NCHA and external clients. Liaising with staff, contractors, consultants and local authorities to ensure the effective delivery of new homes in accordance with NCHAs development procedures and developing partnerships with stakeholders. Negotiating with owners for land acquisition in consultation with NCHAs solicitors. Managing the capital budgets of schemes against approved budgets, agreed targets and grant administration systems of the Homes England or other bodies. Keeping manual and computerised record updated regularly. Negotiating with developers, builders and other statutory bodies. A valid driving licence and access to a car is essential as you will be required to cover projects in the East Midlands and attend external stakeholder and building site meetings. As a thank you to you, our fantastic benefits package includes: c36.5 days leave a year with additional 2 days after 5 years service Healthcare Cash Back Plan worth up to £1200 per year on your routine healthcare costs e.g. Dentist, opticians etc. Company Pension Scheme with contributions matched up to 7.5%; including life assurance Enhanced maternity/paternity/adoption pay £250 for successful referral of a friend/family member as a Care Assistant or Support Worker Employee Recognition Scheme with monetary rewards Great learning & development and qualification opportunities Discounted bus passes and gym membership, discounts and cashback at major retailers Free access to employee Advice Line; with a 24-hour confidential advice service Fantastic flexibility and a great work/life balance we operate between 9am 5pm on weekdays All successful candidates will be required to take a work-related test prior to the interview. As an Equal Opportunities and Disability Confident Employer, NCHA welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates including those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and disabled candidates. As part of our LGBT Allies Programme, we also welcome applications from members of the LGBT community and encourage inclusivity in the workplace.
Nottinghamshire, England, UK