Current vacancies

Thank you for your interest in working for Phoenix Community Housing. 

You find details of any current job opportunities on the right of this page. Apprenticeship opportunities with Phoenix will be advertised by Lewisham Council. For details of current apprentieship opportunities and to apply, visit the Lewisham Council website

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PRS Repairs Planner
Closing date
13 July 2022
Salary
£31,683.04 plus the opportunity to participate in the annual bonus scheme
Job Description

Phoenix Repairs Service are looking for a full-time Repairs Planner. Someone who is able to provide a high quality service to customers and colleagues alike, who can maintain calm and professional under pressure. We are looking for someone who is good at problem solving and resourceful.

You will plan the daily workload of operatives using IT systems and DRS software. You will be managing repair appointments in their entirety, changing operatives workloads, making decisions on how and when repairs are completed, and ensuring our residents and operatives are kept informed of their repair from start to finish. 

You will be building strong working relationships with operatives and project managers, support work streams and becoming familiar with all the requirements  of running an efficient, professional repairs service.   

If you enjoy a busy day and are organised this could be the role for you. 

 

How to apply

To apply for this role please complete our online application form, outlining how you meet the requirements of the role, on or before close of business on Wednesday 13 July 2022. You can find more information about the role in the job description below.

You can find more information about we process and store your data in our Privacy Notice.

Financial Wellbeing Advisor
Closing date
10 July 2022
Salary
£36,216 (+ excellent benefits package)
Job Description

We have an excellent opportunity for a Financial Wellbeing Advisor to help and support our residents.  

We are looking for someone has substantial experience of providing benefits advice and who will proactively engage with residents as part of an early intervention approach. You will be required to advise on budgeting and income maximisation, together with promoting benefit take-up. The role will also include providing advice on training schemes and employment initiatives.  

You will have excellent organisation skills and strong influencing/communication skills. You must be adept at IT systems, as well as a good team worker and able to work well under pressure.  

You should be able to combine close attention to detail and efficient time management with excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to work with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. 

About Phoenix Community Housing 

Phoenix is a housing organisation with a difference. 

We’re led by our residents, with tenants as our Chair and Vice Chair and with residents as the largest group on our Board. Some housing associations talk about resident involvement. We live and breathe it every day.

We believe this is our core strength and it’s helped us achieve a wide range of accolades and awards. 

We’re based in south Lewisham, London, and are proud to be building new homes in our area thanks to a £60million investment. Our first development – a 60-home extra care scheme for older people – has won a range of architectural awards.

We’ve grown as a housing association, taking on the management of 1,500 more homes in late 2021 to bring our total number of homes to around 7,800. The change means more residents will have an opportunity to get involved with Phoenix and steer our future direction.

Our big ambitions apply to our staff too and throughout the challenges of the pandemic we maintain our commitment to being a great employer. We are very proud to have been reaccredited in 2020 as an Investors in People Gold organisation.

If you think you’re the right person to help us make the next stage of our journey, then we’d love to hear from you. We strongly believe in a work-life balance so we’d be pleased to talk about part-time flexible working and job sharing options.

Our benefits include 30 days annual leave (plus 8 bank holidays). We have a generous pension scheme along with a wellbeing programme, comprehensive learning and development package and a culture of employee involvement.

Phoenix is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable groups, and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

How to apply

To apply for this role please complete our online application form, outlining how you meet the requirements of the role, no later than noon on 27 May 2022. You can find more information about the role in the job description below.

You can find more information about we process and store your data in our Privacy Notice.

Interviews for this role are due to take place on 31 May 2022.

Disrepair and Damp Technical Surveyor
Closing date
10 July 2022
Salary
£44,149 (+ excellent benefits package)
Job Description

You will provide professional expertise and guidance around complex housing legal disrepair claims and damp and mould. You should be able to provide excellent customer service to residents and leaseholders who are affected by damp and mould and who are in the disrepair process, ensuring properties are maintained or returned to the standard and quality required. This will include supervision of contractors, including liaison with all stakeholders and taking necessary action to ensure an effective disrepair service.

In order to carry out site inspections and be able to produce detailed specifications and scope of works and estimates, feasibility studies, plans, sketches, and drawings you will have an extensive knowledge of building repairs and maintenance. Good interpersonal skills are essential. Aside from this your demonstrable building surveying experience and extensive knowledge of legal legislation in relation to housing disrepair and ability to interpret legislation in application of legal repair works will be essential. You should also be able to effectively manage a technical caseload within target deadlines.

About Phoenix Community Housing

Phoenix is a housing organisation with a difference.

We’re led by our residents, with tenants as our Chair and Vice Chair and with residents as the largest group on our Board. Some housing associations talk about resident involvement. We live and breathe it every day.

We believe this is our core strength and it’s helped us achieve a wide range of accolades and awards.

We’re based in south Lewisham, London, and are proud to be building new homes in our area thanks to a £60million investment. Our first development – a 60-home extra care scheme for older people – has won a range of architectural awards.

We’ve grown as a housing association, taking on the management of 1,500 more homes in late 2021 to bring our total number of homes to around 7,800. The change means more residents will have an opportunity to get involved with Phoenix and steer our future direction.

Our big ambitions apply to our staff too and throughout the challenges of the pandemic we maintain our commitment to being a great employer. We are very proud to have been reaccredited in 2020 as an Investors in People Gold organisation.

If you think you’re the right person to help us make the next stage of our journey, then we’d love to hear from you. We strongly believe in a work-life balance so we’d be pleased to talk about part-time flexible working and job sharing options.

Our benefits include 30 days annual leave (plus 8 bank holidays). We have a generous pension scheme along with a wellbeing programme, comprehensive learning and development package and a culture of employee involvement.

Phoenix is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable groups, and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

How to apply

To apply for this role please complete our online application form, outlining how you meet the requirements of the role. 

You can find more information about the role in the job description below.

You can find more information about how we process and store your data in our Privacy Notice.

Interviews for this role are due to take place in the week starting 27 June 2022.

Corporate Lead – Homes and Safety
Closing date
4 July 2022
Salary
Competitive salary (+ excellent benefits package)
Job Description

This is a new, senior leadership role within Property and New Business and will provide strategic leadership and management for the Homes and Safety team comprising: Asset Management, Building Safety, Sustainability and Landlord Health and Safety.

It would suit a hands-on leader who can ensure a golden thread of accountability and process, for all matters relating to building, landlord and people health and safety and environmental sustainability.

You will oversee the development of holistic invesment plans and detailed programmes that link property investiment, building safety and zero carbon retrofit while making sure we are maximising value for money – ensuring a zero-regret approach to investment over the life of the asset.

Your role will also be to develop asset management including building safety and zero carbon strategies and plans, detailing the 30-year investment requirement to maintain and improve the group’s asset base to the standards and commitments established in Phoenix asset management strategies aligned with the Financial Plan.

Bring us your ability to:

  • work well with and manage others
  • think and act strategically
  • manage risk
  • know and understand the building operating environment
  • lever your past experience into the new role.

About Phoenix Community Housing

Phoenix is a housing organisation with a difference.

We’re led by our residents, with tenants as our Chair and Vice Chair and with residents as the largest group on our Board. Some housing associations talk about resident involvement. We live and breathe it every day.

We believe this is our core strength and it’s helped us achieve a wide range of accolades and awards.

We’re based in south Lewisham, London, and are proud to be building new homes in our area thanks to a £60million investment. Our first development – a 60-home extra care scheme for older people – has won a range of architectural awards.

We’ve grown as a housing association, taking on the management of 1,500 more homes in late 2021 to bring our total number of homes to around 7,800. The change means more residents will have an opportunity to get involved with Phoenix and steer our future direction.

Our big ambitions apply to our staff too and throughout the challenges of the pandemic we maintain our commitment to being a great employer. We are very proud to have been reaccredited in 2020 as an Investors in People Gold organisation.

If you think you’re the right person to help us make the next stage of our journey, then we’d love to hear from you. We strongly believe in a work-life balance so we’d be pleased to talk about part-time flexible working and job sharing options.

Our benefits include 30 days annual leave (plus 8 bank holidays). We have a generous pension scheme along with a wellbeing programme, comprehensive learning and development package and a culture of employee involvement.

Phoenix is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable groups, and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

How to apply

To apply for this role please complete our online application form, outlining how you meet the requirements of the role. 

You can find more information about the role in the job description below.

You can find more information about how we process and store your data in our Privacy Notice.

Interviews for this role will take place within two weeks of the closing date.