|Job Title||Building Safety Coordinator|
|Salary||£45,000 to £47,000|
|Job Published||24 days ago|
|Contact Name||Reece Rowden|
Building Safety Coordinator - £45,000 to £47,000
We have been exclusively retained by Octavia Housing, an innovative independent housing association, to search for two Building Safety Coordinators to establish safe communities and create an innovative approach to building safety.
Octavia Housing was founded by Octavia Hill, a pioneer of Social Housing. The organisation is steeped in history dating back to the 1860’s when, Octavia was a co-founder of the National Trust and the first clean air campaigner for London. Her aim was to “make lives noble, homes happy and family life good”, this radiates through the company ethos and values making Octavia purposeful and very value-driven for all employees.
In more recent years, Octavia Housing have been heavily invested in numerous schemes, developments and care, including Affordable Housing, Charity Shops, Care Homes and new Development. Octavia are the leading Social Housing Developer in London, with award winning specialists in developing energy efficient Housing within an urban context. Most notably being nominated the sustainable Housing Provider of the Year in 2017. Octavia provide around 5000 affordable homes, providing 650 adults with support services and 20 charity shops. In addition to this the organisation have ambitious plans to build a further 200 homes per year.
Key responsibilities of the Building Safety Coordinator:
The successful Building Safety Coordinator will possess:
In return, the successful Building Safety Coordinator will receive a salary of £47,000 plus a great package which includes 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, flexitime allowing you to accrue 13 days leave per year, Sabbatical leave after 3 years, annual cost of living reviews, season ticket loans, child care vouchers and much more.
To ensure you don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity, please reply to us today on 01252954954 or email email@example.com to express your interest.