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Voluntary Committee Members – Molendinar Park Housing Association

Voluntary Committee Members

  • Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding way to use your talents?
  • Are you interested in delivering high quality services that help improve people’s lives?
  • Are you experienced in finance, housing, business, regeneration, community development, charities?

Molendinar Park Housing Association (MPHA) was formed in 1993 and owns and manages around

832 properties in the east end of Glasgow. MPHA is proud to mix excellence in customer service with innovation and ambition in delivery. The Association has charitable status.

We are recruiting new members to the Management Committee in the year that marks our twenty-fifth anniversary.  We are committed to continuous improvement and sustainment of high quality housing and related services and have embarked on a significant programme of change.  Our Management Committee is looking to recruit new members to assist in the delivery of the association’s recently revised strategic objectives.

The Association would welcome interest from individuals with a commitment to our objectives and who have appropriate skills, but in particular would welcome applications from people from a financial, legal or community development background.

For more information, a chat or to obtain an application form, please contact Julie Smillie on 0141 564 5256

Closing date for applications: 4th May 2018

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Board Members – River Clyde Property Management


Location: Inverclyde

Job Type: Fixed Term Contract

About Us

River Clyde Property Management (RCPM) is a non-charitable, for profit, commercial subsidiary company of River Clyde Homes.

RCPM began trading in August 2016 and currently has 56 members of staff.  Since being established, the activities undertaken by the company have grown considerably. On the back of RCPM’s success in delivering construction related contract activities for RCH’s £26 million Broomhill Regeneration Project, the company is now the home of several planned maintenance and property investment projects, as well as a grounds maintenance service and technical services team for RCH.

However, this is not the limit for RCH, as there are plans to continue to grow and diversify this company further with a view to significantly increasing turnover and achieving the outcomes of our Business Plan.

The Role

RCH is one of the largest social housing landlord’s in Scotland with a vision to ‘improve lives and places’ and it is important that our subsidiary Board supports this vision and has the ambition to take the company further.

Our commercial subsidiary Board comprises a combination of representatives from our RCH Board and also RCH Executive Directors. We are looking for self-motivated and innovative individuals to join existing Directors on our commercial subsidiary Board and we would welcome interest from anyone with appropriate skills and knowledge. However, we are particularly looking for applicants with senior level experience in the commercial, construction or residential property management sectors or with a relevant legal background.

Closing date: Wednesday 9th May at 12.00 noon

Interviews will be held on: Week Commencing Monday 21st May

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact: Siobhan O’Kane on 01475 788842 or by email:

Application Pack
Draft eligibility to serve form

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Development Manager – Castlehill Housing Association

A leading provider of affordable housing, based in Aberdeen, Castlehill Housing Association has been providing high quality, affordable homes throughout North East Scotland for nearly 50 years.

With over 2,000 properties throughout Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray, we meet the housing needs of a diverse range of people, whilst playing a significant role in improving our tenants’ quality of life.

Development Manager

Starting salary: £41,536

Salary scale points 32-36 (£41,536 – £45,766)

Job purpose:

  • Generating and managing a new build development programme for the Association
  • Responsible for strategy development and stock condition data relating to the Association’s property assets
  • Develop opportunities for business growth and innovation

You should

  • Be educated to degree level or equivalent, with a qualification in Planning, Architecture, Building Surveying, Quantity Surveying, Construction or another appropriate technical discipline
  • Have experience of housing development
  • Have extensive experience in project management in a relevant discipline
  • Preferably, have experience of asset management in a relevant environment

Full post information, and details of how to apply for this vacancy, are available on our website:

Closing date for applications:  10 am on Friday 27th April 2018

Please note that we cannot accept applications on the basis of CVs only – applicants should complete our company application form.

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Site Manager – Kelvin Properties

Salary: Circa 55k per annum

Kelvin Properties are seeking an experienced site manager for a 12 month contract to work on a the minor refurbishment of 36 flats in Glasgow city centre preferred start date May 2018

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Asset Manager – East Lothian Housing Association

Asset Manager

35 Hours per week

Salary £42,597- £44,695 + essential car users allowance and final salary pension scheme.

Our Asset Manager is responsible for providing a professional, effective and pro-active repair and maintenance service to our tenants with the aim of ensuring high levels of tenant satisfaction. Key responsibilities include assisting our Director of Asset Management with the overall management of our service, including planning and overseeing improvement works to our homes, as well as day to day service delivery and supporting and managing our Asset Management team.

You must hold a technical or professional qualification in Building Construction / Technology and have experience of domestic property repairs and maintenance, stock condition survey work and setting and controlling revenue budgets. You must also possess excellent communication, organisational and administrative skills, hold a current driving licence and have the use of a car.  Previous experience of working within a Housing Association and an understanding of digital service development would be desirable.

A Disclosure Scotland check will be required for this post.

For an application pack, please go online at or telephone 01620 825032 (CV’s will not be accepted for this post).

For an informal discussion about this role please ask for Duncan Mackay, Director of Asset Management.

Closing date for applications: Monday 23 April 2018, 12 noon

Interview date: Tuesday 8 May 2018

Scottish Charity No: SC028900.

ELHA is committed to Equal Opportunities

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