Hunter Recruitment Group are proud to partner with Hume Housing as they expand their footprint in Maitland & Port Stephens with the management of over 2200 properties within the community housing space.
Hume Housing is a Tier 1 Community Housing provider who are Champions of change, Creators of connectivity, Builders of resilience and determined to succeed.
More than just a housing organisation, Hume Housing want to build strong, cohesive communities with positive social outcomes. This role is a critical part of that strategy. This is a full-time role with a large customer and stakeholder contact component. The elements of this role will include:
- Project management
- Working with customers to improve:
- Employment, training & learning
- Digital inclusion
- Physical & mental well-being
- Community Connections
- Identify grant opportunities for the organisation
- Develop strong relationships with community partnerships
You will be representing Hume and fostering partnerships across the LGA, so to be successful in this role, you will be:
- An exceptional communicator who is at ease with a broad range of audiences and situations.
- Driven and operate with integrity, with a customer and solutions focus.
- A great social awareness and understanding of social and cultural differences is critical.
- Experienced in community development or social housing.
- Qualifications in Social Sciences or equivalent
- Cert IV in Project Management is desirable
Hume offers above Award salaries, 35 hour working week, flexible working arrangements, long service leave after 5 years, salary packaging and career development opportunities – plus you will be at the start of something truly special for the people of Maitland and Port Stephens.
To be part of this community based organisation, please click “apply now” or call for a confidential conversation on (02) 4936 6537.
Hume Community Housing is committed to a workplace where our team members prosper and diversity and inclusion are a valued part of our vibrant and connected working community. We encourage and welcome applications from women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.