Compliance Manager

The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations Limited

Compliance Manager

£50452

The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations Limited, Blythswood New Town, Glasgow City

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 1 week ago, 4 Jul | Get your application in now before you're too late!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: d00b9b6134ee4933995bf826687021f2

Full Job Description

The Compliance Manager is a newly created role which will play a key role in delivering Bield's short and long-term strategic goals and shaping the direction of the organisation for the future. The post-holder will have overall responsibility for the effective day to day management of our service contracts and compliance function. They will also work closely with colleagues and lead in the management of health and safety across Bield.

The successful candidate will drive performance excellence through innovative and best practice delivery, underpinned by strong record keeping that allows Bield to manage performance and adapt services, ensuring delivery of a first class property compliance service. They will also work collaboratively with colleagues across different business areas and play a leading role in moving Bield into an extremely ambitious and innovative period for the organisation.

This newly created role arrives at an important time for Bield, we require a candidate with experience of managing property compliance service, including demonstrable experience of contractor management within an organisation of similar size and scope to Bield. With the ability to plan and prioritise a complex workload you will also bring experience of development new working practices to create efficiencies, deliver key objectives and meet the expectations of customers and partners. You should also bring experience of budget management, monitoring and forecasting to the role.

The successful candidate will have strong people management skills and be somebody who can build teams and shape change. They will bring experience of team leadership and a commitment to knowledge transfer and investing in shared experience to the role.

A straightforward and skilled communicator with a flexible and pragmatic approach, they will have effective negotiation, problem solving and decision-making skills and the ability to work with a wide range of audiences both internally and externally. Educated to HND level or with equivalent work experience in a relevant role and ideally membership of an appropriate professional or industry body and/or a professional level qualification such as NEBOSH. A Full driving licence and ability to take part in an on-call rota are essential requirements of the role.

Bield is one of the largest providers of housing and support services to older people in Scotland. Our new corporate strategy, Setting the Pace, details our ambitions to play a leading role in meeting the housing needs of older people in Scotland by providing high-quality, highly responsive and personalised services. Our tenants are at the heart of everything we do, and our vision is for independent living, with our tenants at the centre of an integrated network of preventative services, within established communities, to support healthy ageing in place.

Bield aspires to be an employer of choice, and our people are at the heart of our success. We are committed to developing your skills and creating career development opportunities. In return for your valuable contribution, Bield will also offer you:
- A competitive salary benchmarked within the market
- 34 days' annual leave each year (including of public holidays) pro rata
- Access to a wide range of learning and development opportunities
- Contributory pension scheme with generous employer contributions
- Enhanced company sick and family friendly pay
- Access to Simply Health healthcare cash plan and discounts on shopping, meals out and other activities.
- Access to savings and borrowing via credit union
- Cycle to Work Scheme.
- Employee Assistance Programme and other initiatives to support your wellbeing