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Landlord Compliance Officer – Fire and Asbestos
- Reference: Onward Homes
- Application closing date: 23 Feb 2020 00:00
Onward Homes is one of the largest registered providers of social housing in the North West, with 35,000 properties across the region.
We believe that everyone deserves a place to call their own, which is why we’re committed to building 400 new homes each year. We do more than just provide a roof over our customers’ heads, we’re here to make a real difference.
In addition to creating positive spaces for our customers we continuously strive to create a positive and progressive workspace to enable our colleagues to achieve their full potential.
We are looking for a Landlord Compliance Officer - Fire and Asbestos (1 post) to join our Property team.
The Compliance Officer will deliver effective management of Fire and Asbestos compliance across the region in accordance with regulatory undertakings to ensure Onward is fully compliant and reduces any residual risk to customers, colleagues and third parties.
Responsibilities include ensuring that all Fire and Asbestos servicing, testing and inspection processes are carried out correctly, remedial/follow on works are undertaken on a risk basis, that the service, testing and inspection process is fit for purpose and that the records and certification is appropriately recorded, validated and current.
In addition, ensuring effective management and administration of Fire and Asbestos contracts, set and deliver performance standards, monitor progress and resolve issues and up to date information relating to Fire and Asbestos Compliance risks. Take overall health and safety responsibility and compliance with legislative requirements for all investment activities within the region, to include delivery of a comprehensive programme of training in Fire and Asbestos safety.
All posts are recruited to the recruitment salary and movement to the confirmed salary is based on successful completion of a 6 month probation. As well as a competitive salary and a generous annual leave entitlement, we offer a range of benefits for a rewarding career including a health cash plan, pension scheme and personal development.
- Employment Type: Full time
- Pay: £32,650 Annually