Job vacancies

Welcome 

Hello and thank you for taking the time to find out more about our current vacancies at Tandridge District Council.

We are a small, but ambitious Council with big challenges ahead and these roles are crucial in helping us meet those challenges. 

We have a number of positions that we need to fill across the organisation. Detail of these roles can be accessed through the links provided.

We are looking for creative, enthusiastic and dynamic candidates who thrive on working in a fast pace and changing environment. You should be passionate about internal and external customer service to help us engage with our residents, businesses, staff and other stakeholders.

In return we’ll offer you a lively and supportive, flexible environment with lots of opportunities to progress in your career.

If all this resonates with you and sounds like the kind of challenge that will get you out of bed in the morning, we look forward to hearing from you. 

We currently require a grounds maintenance operative to carry out duties at out Housing Sites in the district. It would be an advantage if you have experience in, grass cutting (including ride on mowers), gardening, hedge & shrub maintenance, sweeping/blowing, litter clearance, and other grounds maintenance duties.

You should be flexible and able to work as part of a small team.  Our permanent staff will be required to work seasonal hours averaging 37 hours per week (Summer 40hrs and Winter 30.25hrs). A current manual driving license is essential.

Salary: £21,305

Hours: 37 hours per week.

Location: Tandridge DC, Warren Lane Depot, Surrey

How to apply

Before you apply, please ensure you have read the role specification.

Please apply online.

Timetable for recruitment

Application closing date

5 April 2021

1st Interview date 

13 April 2021

Calling all housing professionals! Looking for an exciting new challenge?

We’re recruiting for a new member to join our housing team, for a role which is:

  • Unique, working across a large urban and rural district, delivering an ambitious housing development and regeneration programme. 
  • Not your typical desk job, with plenty of variety and no two days the same.
  • Flexible, enabling you to manage your own workload.
  • Challenging but incredibly rewarding.
  • A key part of a friendly and supportive team.

About the role

 This role is an exciting opportunity for an experienced housing professional to work closely with our partners and teams across the council to:

  • Manage our tenancy and lease properties.
  • Help our community by working with residents at risk of tenancy failure.
  • Working with residents to ensure they comply with the terms of their tenancy.
  • Ensure our properties and estates are clean and safe, including investigating any responding to reports of anti-social behaviour.

Who we’re looking for

 We’d love to hear from you if you:

  • Are experienced in working in a social housing environment.
  • Have a good understanding of relevant housing legislation and landlord and tenant law.
  • Are committed to delivering high standard customer-focused service.
  • Have a relevant qualification, although it’s not essential.

If you’d like to know more, please read the role scope and specification.  To arrange an informal discussion about the role please get in touch with Sally Bayliss, our Case Services Manager, at sbayliss@tandridge.gov.uk

Salary: £30,304 - £35,117

Hours: 37 hours per week.

Location: Oxted, Surrey

How to apply

Before you apply, please ensure you have read the role specification.

Please apply online.

Timetable for recruitment

Application closing date

5 April 2021

 

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