Statutory Compliance Officer

  • Category
    Housing, Support & Technical - Asset Management & Planned Repairs
  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
  • External Reference

Tower Hamlets Homes
Full Time, 35 hours
Circa £40,000
East London
Applications close Wednesday 2nd January 2019, 12pm

Tower Hamlets Homes is looking for an analytical and technically proficient Statutory Compliance Officer to join their Repairs Team.

We at Tower Hamlets Homes are proud to be at the heart of the communities we serve. Our focus is delivering the best possible service and the highest quality homes to our tenants and leasehold properties.

We are seeking an experienced and meticulous Statutory Compliance Officer. The successful candidate will be an integral member of an established department. They will be responsible for ensuring Tower Hamlets Homes achieve and maintain compliance with legislation and internal procedures through interrogation and coordination of compliance works.

Key objectives for this role include:
*Developing and managing the delivery of a programme of cyclical servicing, auditing and risk assessments across a range of disciplines
*Managing the performance of contractors to ensure that works are completed to specification and in accordance with requirements, including responsibility for checking contractor's invoices for accuracy
*Ensuring statutory compliance documentation is received, validated and maintained; including ensuring accuracy and completeness of information held

In addition to being well informed about legal compliance requirements (around Gas safety, water safety etc.) The successful candidate for this opportunity will be able to demonstrate some of the following skills and experience:
*Experience of working in compliance in a local authority or social housing setting
*A degree level qualification or equivalent demonstrated experience. A NEBOSH qualification is desirable
*Experience using Keystone software is essential; particularly KSI, KPM, KRM and KAM modules
*Strong contract management skills and financial analytical skills to interpret budgets

We value all of our people, customers and staff alike. We recognise that our staff are our most valuable asset: our service, and in this instance, our resident safety, depends on our skills, energy and good will. We invest in our staff so that we can demonstrate to our customers our values: dedication, courage, knowledge, integrity, action, fairness, and attentiveness.

We are determined to build on our outstanding achievements by finding the right staff with a passion for delivering the high quality standards that our residents deserve.

We are proud to partner with Badenoch and Clark for this recruitment. Badenoch & Clark are proud to provide a comprehensive service to ensure suitable candidates have the greatest chance of success in securing their next career move.
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We are initially looking for a CV demonstrating your relevant experience. We will then contact you to discuss the role in full detail and explain the application process. Hopefully you will be successful in being shortlisted for interview, where we will explain what to expect and support you further with comprehensive interview preparation.

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