Head of Governance

Posted 14 March by Two Rivers Housing Ending soon

This is a great opportunity to work for a progressive housing association committed to creating great homes and supporting communities.

With our strongly held values of customer focus and continuous improvement, we want our customers to be excited by the service we provide and inspired by the homes and communities we improve and create. We are particularly proud to have earned our 11th place in the Sunday Times 'Top 100 Best Not for Profit Organisations to Work For’ and we have held the Investors in People 'Gold’ accreditation for several years now.

We are looking to recruit an exceptional governance professional with a background in social housing who will be responsible for ensuring that Two Rivers Housing fulfils all its corporate governance responsibilities in line with the Regulatory bodies and ensures that it complies with all statutory and regulatory requirements. You will be capable of operating at the most senior level within the organisation and work closely with the Board Chair, CEO, Board members and the Executive providing independent expert advice and information on a wide range of matters in relation to Social Housing regulation, corporate governance and company policies and procedures.

As the new Head of Governance it is essential you have excellent leadership, communication, management and teamworking skills and are compassionate and enthusiastic with a 'can-do’ approach.

We offer a range of generous benefits including annual leave, pension scheme, life assurance and health cashback plan.

Further information and contact:
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Salary: Circa £48,500
Hours: 37 Hours per week
Contract: Permanent

Closing date: 30/4/2018
Interview date : 15/5/2018

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Reference: 34683119

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