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The Housing Strategy and Renewals team is looking to appoint a Project Liaison Officer to provide project management support for the Strategy & Development Team responsible for funding applications, feasibility studies and new housing capital programmes. This is an exciting time to join the team following recent adoption of the Housing growth plan and government funding opportunities.
You must have an understanding of regeneration and funding regimesto deliverhousing projects.You must also have experienceof dealing with stakeholders, community groups and private sector partners. You must be organised and able to work effectively and accurately under pressure.
20 hours per week working 4 hours per day Monday-Friday.
The post is initially basedat the northern area housing office, however you could be expected to work across any housing locality city-wide.
You will deliver an excellent local housing management service to tenants and other stakeholders in the city.
You will support tenants to manage their tenancies in line with the Councils tenancy agreement, housing legislation and policies and procedures.
You will work closely with tenants, partners and other stakeholders to ensure schemes and projects run smoothly and that tenant and residents groups are supported.
You will need to be a good communicator, and have a willingness to deal sympathetically on a range of customer enquiries.
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