Yarlington Housing Group

  • Yeovil
It’s an exciting time at Yarlington, we have just launched our new Corporate strategy, Next-Gen 2017-2021 - growing our organisation and working tirelessly towards solving the housing crisis.



It’s our colleagues that make Yarlington a great place to work, along with brilliant management, senior leadership and the professional and personal development opportunities available. This has led to us being recognised as 12th in the Times Top 100 Best Organisations to work for 2017.



We are based in Yeovil, Somerset within the beautiful South West, where you will find plenty of opportunities for interests outside of work.



Do you have the passion and dedication to work with us to ensure that better future? If you share our vision and want to play a key role in Next-Gen we would love to hear from you. In return, we will provide you with a work environment and culture that will enable you to thrive.



Why wouldn’t you want to join the Yarlington team?



We are currently seeking for two Hub Supervisors to deliver our landlord responsibilities across a number of locations within our hubs including extra care, assisted living and connected living schemes. You will ensure customers receive their contracted welfare contact, manage the health and safety checks across relevant buildings and provide activities for customers.



When appropriate you will act as the interface between the customer and the care provider, induct new customers, ensuring they know what is available and how services and welfare contacts will be conducted and build and manage relationships with care providers. You will also plan and deliver a range of activities which promote social inclusion and wellbeing and escalate any health and safety concerns and repairs, faults and estate maintenance/management issues.



Our ideal candidate will have a passion for meeting the support needs of older people, enabling them to live independently for as long as possible. You will have previous experience of delivering services to older people, health and safety and risk management processes and be confident in the use of Microsoft Office and Outlook software. You must be flexible to work across other areas and services in the Yarlington property portfolio and have the ability to travel efficiently between jobs if required.




Resident Positive – We will guarantee at least two tenants an interview based on them meeting the essential criteria.



The closing date for this role is Tuesday 1st May 2018.

Interviews will be held on Monday 14th May 2018.