Our work is driven by a passionate belief that our contribution as housing professionals is vital to making communities great places to live and work. Our unique position as the voice of the sector gives the people that work for us great opportunities to shape the future of housing. We’re looking for the best of the best to join us.
Job title: Head of finance
Salary: £51,000 - £60,000
Location/Base: Hybrid – Home / CIH office
Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week
Closing date: 16 October 2023
To support us in this ambition we are looking for a head of finance to lead a high performing finance team. Reporting to the director of finance and central services, this role is pivotal in achieving a financially successful organisation and the effective delivery of CIH’s corporate plan, specifically in relation to financial sustainability.
Job Title: Policy and practice officer – housing finance and supply
Salary: £32,000 - £34,185
Location: Flexible – option to work from home and/or in office
Hours: 35 hour per week
We are currently recruiting to fill two vacancies on our Northern Ireland board.
Our national boards promote and represent the Chartered Institute of Housing's (CIH) vision and values, having member engagement as a priority. They play a central role in building and sustaining CIH’s membership network.
The closing date for the receipt of applications is 5pm, 7 August 2023. Interviews will be held early August.
We want you to enjoy working at CIH, so it’s really important to us that we offer benefits that you value. Take a look below at some of the things you can take advantage of when you join us:
Rachael Williamson | Head of policy and external affairs, Chartered Institute of Housing
I joined CIH less than a year ago and have already had some fantastic opportunities to develop in my career. Every day is different and it’s great to know that the work we do in supporting housing professionals and working in partnership to promote quality and affordable housing makes a real difference to people’s lives. CIH is a really friendly, flexible and supportive organisation that offers a great work-life balance – it enables me to have a really fulfilling career while balancing family needs.
Alexandra Gibson | Policy and public affairs officer, Chartered Institute of Housing
I’ve worked at CIH for three years now and from the beginning I have felt valued and able to confidently put my ideas forward. My role is varied, exciting and has changed quite significantly over time as I have been trusted and encouraged to use my own knowledge and skills to help bring the best out of our policy and influencing work to really expand our offer. The flexibility of my job at CIH means that I have a healthy work-life balance and I am grateful for the support both personally and professionally.
Chris Jones | Senior administration officer, Chartered Institute of Housing
I enjoy working for CIH and have worked here now for seven years. CIH has progressed every year regarding members and benefits, and it has been exciting being a part of that progression. We're an ever-evolving organisation, and it's always interesting to see what is next. The best feeling is hearing all the members' positive messages about us and how proud they are to be part of the housing community. Members are a big part of CIH, but my colleagues are also a massive part of why I enjoy working here.