Would you like to join the Board of a housing association that provides homes for families and single people in need in Southeast London?
CHISEL is a neighbourhood housing association based in the southeast of England, with the majority of their homes in southeast London.
Having filled some of its Board roles, CHISEL is seeking additional Board members to lead the association confidently through the next year and beyond. They are looking for people who are first, passionate about social housing and resident participation and second, enthusiastically optimistic with the ability to bring extensive experience and skills to work with their committed colleagues and Board teams.
In particular, CHISEL requires Board members who will provide the following:
- Asset management/development expertise in the housing sector
- Change management in a small to medium housing association or in a regulated environment
With your expertise, you will be an integral part of the Board and will help run CHISEL innovatively within a framework of continuous improvement and effective control.
What CHISEL can offer you
Joining the Board allows you to adapt and apply everything you have learned to date, and you can gain a clearer idea of your professional strengths and weaknesses whilst simultaneously learning altogether new skills.
This role will reward you with a wealth of personal and professional skills which are valuable for both work and personal life, whilst empowering you with a sense of contribution in the pursuit of a wider purpose.
How to apply
Please ensure you read the candidate pack before you apply, as this will provide you with detailed information on the roles.
If you would like a call to discuss the role in more detail, please email Renu Gundala, email@example.com to arrange a convenient time. Having a call of this kind will not influence the success or otherwise of your application.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential;
please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
The closing date for applications is Sunday 9th July 2023 with shortlisting interviews with Eastside People taking place the following week.