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Equality Impact Assessment Specialist (6 months fixed term)
- Reference: Curo Group
- Application closing date: 03 Dec 2020 23:59
37 hours per week, 6 months Fixed Term Contract
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• Do you want to join a forward thinking social housing company who want to invest and develop in a career that grows with you?
• Do you have excellent customer care skills and a ‘can do’ attitude?
• Can you demonstrate a sound working knowledge of health and safety?
If your answer to these questions is yes, we have an exciting new job opportunity that could be for you.
Curo is an organisation with social purpose at its heart. We provide affordable homes that help people find security and stability and a positive future. We’re one of the largest housing associations in the South West and an expanding house builder, using our profits to create more affordable housing in our communities. Our values are at the core of how we work. We care about our colleagues and their wellbeing and recognise their sense of pride in the work they do to support our customers.
We own and manage around 13,000 properties in the south west, the majority of them in Bath. As well as rented housing, we offer support for vulnerable people with thoughtful and effective services, and work to improve our homes and estates and build new places for people to live.
What you'll be doing
You’ll need to create and deliver a plan to achieve compliance for our Equality Impact Assessments (EIAs). We also want you to review our current approach to EIAs and make recommendations for improvements that will deliver a sustainable approach to EIAs for the future
You’ll be providing coaching and/or training to EIA owners to ensure they are completed effectively, accurately and deliver value and impact. You’ll also train our ED&I steering group to enable them to critically evaluate EIAs submitted for review.
More about you
You will have experience in equality, diversity and inclusion, particul arly in the field of EIAs. You’ll be up to date on the relevant legislation and how it relates to our sector.
You’ll be confident directing your own work and have experience of delivering successful outcomes. You will probably also have experience in coaching and/or training delivery.
At the same time, you will demonstrate resilience and the desire to work in a challenging environment with the opportunity to really make a difference!
If this sounds like the role for you then we’d love to hear from you!
When and where you'll be doing it
You can be based at home predominantly as long as you are able to travel in if required.
What will you get in return?
We think you’ll have a job that makes you feel good about what you’re doing – you will make a difference to our customers’ lives every day.
• A day’s leave on your birthday
• 26 days annual leave per year (plus bank holidays) rising to 29 after 3 years’ service
• Opportunity to earn performance related pay
• Company Pension contribution of up to 10%
• Flexible Benefits including health care, gym membership, buying holiday
Here at Curo we are about getting the right candidate for the right role, however we recognise that as an organisation we are underrepresented in certain areas. Therefore we operate the disability confident scheme to encourage disabled applicants and we welcome applications from candidates who are BAME or LGBTQ+. We also welcome applications from Curo customers. If you need support to assist you to make an application or attend an interview, then please contact our HR team on 01225 366000, we would be happy to help.
To find out more and to apply online, please visit www.curo-group.co.uk.
For an informal discussion about the role please call Donna Warr on 07967458049
Closing Date:3rd December 2020
Interviews: 1st s tage interview: TBC
2nd stage interview: TBC
- Employment Type: Full time
- Hours: 37
- Pay: £35,250 Annually