In Camden we are committed to working together to make our borough the best place to live, work, study and visit. Partnership with our communities is central to the way we work, so that everyone can access opportunities, and nobody gets left behind.
The Community Investment Programme (CIP) is our ambitious 15-year plan to invest over £1 billion in schools, homes and community facilities in Camden. Its Camden’s answer to government spending cuts and enables us to continue to invest in our community despite massive cuts in central government funding.
This is an exciting opportunity to join us to oversee our Community Investment Programme (CIP) New Homes Aftercare Team to provide a comprehensive, resident focused service. The post holder will support a smooth transition of our new build homes from construction to occupation and into day-to-day management and maintenance.
In this role you will motivate and manage the New Homes Aftercare Team who perform a key role in the effective handover of new CIP assets from construction until the end of the defect’s liability period. You will build strong relationships with internal and external colleagues to deliver improvements to our excellent handover and aftercare service.
The ideal candidate will have a background in aftercare, including demonstrable experience in management of newly built homes and/or large regeneration/housing planned maintenance programmes.
We are looking for someone who has knowledge and experience of the private sales market and affordable housing, asset management, managing defect and warranty processes.
You will be able to think creatively to problem solve and demonstrate the ability to deal with a wide range of customers, providing solutions to all parties.
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