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‘Leading the Jewish community in providing affordable, secure, welcoming accommodation, including associated services for those aspiring to live independently.’

If you would like to be part of an inspiring team and organisation, please apply for one of our positions below.

Current positions:

Multi- Trader

Role Profile                 Multi- Trader


Reporting to                       Repairs Manager


Location                               Head Office, Harmony Close, London, NW11 0JJ – travel will be required to our various Schemes in NW London, Hertfordshire, Margate, Hove and Lambeth.


Salary                                    £36,000.00 per annum.

To Apply

Send your CV and a covering letter telling us why you think you would be a good fit for us to by Friday 5 April 2024.

Role Description

To work as part of a close knit, well-established in-house team of qualified tradespeople to provide a responsive and proactive repairs service to 500+ sheltered housing properties – to also include planned works and void property works within specified timescales.

Objectives of the role

  • Support the Repairs Manager and the wider Property Team in the successful delivery of day-to-day repairs and maintenance programmes.
  • Support the Repairs Manager and the wider Property Team by sharing ideas to enhance continuous improvement on service delivery including first time fixes.
  • Ensure customer satisfaction by delivering high quality workmanship.
  • Manage time effectively to complete tasks efficiently.
  • Maintain a safe working environment.
  • Ability to be flexible to meet organisation needs.
  • Actively contribute to weekly team briefings, sharing knowledge and insights
  • Continuously updating skills and knowledge to stay abreast of industry trends and practices.

 Main duties

  • Undertake carpentry work, including framing, installing doors and windows, and repairing wooden structures.
  • Undertake minor plumbing tasks such as fixing minor leaks, installing fixtures, and maintaining pipes, both within common parts and individual properties.
  • Undertake minor – non certifiable electrical repairs and maintenance – e.g. changing light bulbs and lamps, both within common parts and individual properties.
  • Undertake painting, decorating, tiling and plastering works, to a high standard ensuring a professional finish, both within common parts and individual properties.
  • Undertake general maintenance tasks to prepare void properties for letting within agreed timescales – this will include assisting with kitchen and bathroom upgrades in some cases.
  • Collaborate with other team members and contractors as needed for larger projects.
  • Always ensure compliance with health and safety regulations and company policies.
  • Maintain clear and full records of all works completed onsite in accordance with repairs policy.
  • Undertake scheme inspections including void properties and common parts and remedy any H&S issues identified.

Essential Requirements

  • Minimum City and Guilds or NVQ level 2 in Building Maintenance, or a related recognised appropriate building trade.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience of working as a multi trader
  • Experience of working within a social housing environment is preferable.
  • Understanding of vulnerable tenant groups.
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Use of own vehicle (we will pay business milage)
  • Ability and confidence to use IT packages – a tablet and work mobile will be provided.
  • Working knowledge of Health & safety protocols and regulations
  • Working knowledge of safe handling and moving.
  • Clear DBS

In return we will give you:

  • A competitive salary
  • Generous annual leave rising incrementally for each year of full service in addition to Bank Holidays and all major Jewish Festivals and holidays falling on a usual workday – please note that this changes annually.
  • Winter months – early closing at 2pm on Fridays. Dates are confirmed annually.
  • Work Place pension
  • Death in service benefit

* This job description is subject to change to ensure compliance with any legislative requirements and or the Associations operational practices.

Non-Executive Board and Subcommittee Recruitment


Non-Executive Board and Subcommittee Recruitment


We are the largest provider of sheltered housing to the Jewish community in the UK We deliver services to around 550 properties; primarily sheltered housing with some other supported housing and general needs homes.

As we look to the future and in line with our commitment to strong governance, we are now seeking to recruit additional nonexecutive members for our various Subcommittees and the main Board. These are voluntary roles and require a commitment to attend quarterly meetings throughout the year. Meetings are held in the early evening.

Many of our Subcommittee members have progressed to become duly elected members of the main Board. All nonexecutive members receive the support of the established senior executive team and we are proud that our non executive and executive members enjoy strong and positive working relationships.

We are looking for individuals who want to make a difference, understand our business and our regulatory framework, and share our commitment to providing quality accommodation and associated services to our community. We need individuals who want to make an impact, understand the contribution that they can make but also have a strong understanding of risk.

We are interested to hear from individuals who work or have expertise in any of the following fields:

  • Social Housing Finance
  • Social Housing Property and Development
  • HR
  • IT
  • Social Housing Management

To find out more or for an informal conversation about the role please contact the Chief Executive –


Applicants will be required to submit a full CV, Supporting Statement and will be required to participate in an interview.


* This job description is subject to change to ensure compliance with any legislative requirements and or the Associations operational practices.

Director of Housing

Director of Housing

£75,000 ( circa) per annum

Location NW11

We are seeking an exceptional social housing management professional with a strong knowledge base and leadership experience to join our organisation. You will be the strategic lead for our Housing Management services and will manage an exceptional team of housing management professionals who deliver services to our tenants across London, Sussex, Kent and Hertfordshire. Working closely with the Chief Executive, the Director of Finance & IT , Director of Property and the Head of Housing you will help us to deliver the strategy and long-term vision for the Association.

Reporting to the Chief Executive, this might be an opportunity for a seasoned professional looking for autonomy and breadth or for someone looking for a first Director role. Senior Management experience within social housing is however essential.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Jane Goodman, Chief Executive at Head Office – or via email –

Strictly NO agencies

Closing date – 10th May 2024 12.00pm

Interview Panel – Mid May with dates TBC


* This job description is subject to change to ensure compliance with any legislative requirements and or the Associations operational practices.

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