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We have a fantastic opportunity for someone who has a genuine desire to take personal responsibility in delivering excellent customer service as part of our housing team, focusing on tenancy and estate management. In this exciting role, you will be responsible for: Working on your own geographical patch Assisting with the delivery of housing management services Assisting with resolving complex issues such as anti-social behaviour Assisting with project management and environmental improvements Giving support, guidance, and advice to local neighbourhood residents associations Our ideal candidate will be able to work on their own initiative and manage a busy workload. They will join us with excellent customer service skills and have the ability to build effective relationships. It is important that they have an understanding of key safeguarding principles, as well as excellent communication, organisation and IT skills. They may already work in a housing role, or they may be working in a... role within law enforcement, social services, mental health services, or even the military. If this sounds like you, we would welcome your application. Due to the nature of this position, you will need to have a full driving licence and access to your own vehicle, which is insured for business use; or be willing to cycle around the city. The successful candidate will need to complete an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) Check. What we can offer: Family friendly policies Agile and Flexible working Generous annual leave allowance 25 days' per annum, rising to 30 days' after five years continuous service; plus 8 days public holidays (pro rata for part time). Annual leave purchasing scheme Access to the highly valued Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) A variety of learning and development opportunities via a range of sources and methods Confidential advice and support via the Employee Assistance Programme Health and well-being programme Subsidy for public transport Staff reward and recognition framework Hours: This is a full-time role, for 37 hours per week. Working Pattern: Monday - Friday Contract: Permanent Salary: 30,296 - 33,945 per annum (City Pay Band 4) Location: This is flexible - working in Cambridge on site or at one of our offices or working from home. You will be able to balance your work location accordingly. More Information: To find out more about the requirements of the role please visit www.cambridge.gov.uk/careers and click on 'Our Vacancies'. There you can search for the role and download the Role Profile which will tell you a bit more about the role. You can also click on the links here to find out more information about Staff Pay and Benefits, Working for the Council, our Values & Behaviours or Equality & Diversity in Recruitment If you would like an informal chat, please contact Faye Turner on 01223 458343 or email faye.turner@cambridge.gov.uk Application Process: To be considered for this role, please visit www.cambridge.gov.uk/careers for 'Our Vacancies'. You can follow the on-screen instructions to 'Apply Online' and submit your CV and supporting statement. If you are an internal candidate you can apply by logging in to your Employee Self-Serve (ESS) and access the 'Useful Links' (top right of the dashboard, under the person icon) and click on 'CCC Job Opportunities'. If you would like to be considered for this role, you will need to apply by 5 June 2024 Interviews will take place on either 21 or 25 June 2024 on Microsoft Teams
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