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  • Community Manager – South East Auckland

    Community Manager - South East Auckland

    Be part of our team managing tenancy operations and supporting our elderly tenants. This is an exciting new organisation making a real difference in the services provided to its tenants. As we work in this exciting new venture we are seeking an experienced Community Manager who can effectively balance tenancy operations and wellbeing services to our tenants.

    Haumaru Housing Limited Partnership is a joint venture between The Selwyn Foundation and Auckland Council managed by an independent Board.  We manage 1412 housing units spread over 62 locations throughout the Auckland region providing safe age-friendly neighbourhoods focused on older people. We are creating environments and communities which support older people to be resilient and content, and you are part of this vital support service to tenants.

    Reporting to the Area Manager you support the delivery of housing services to older people providing the main face to face contact with tenants, support their welfare, encouraging independent living and managing their tenancy within their village settings.

    The ideal candidate will be experienced providing residential services, have worked with our elderly to deliver support and/or have health and disability experience. This is an opportunity to bring your skills and knowledge in aged care and use them in a new environment.

    Other requirements include;

    • Either a minimum of 3 years relevant work experience within social housing or a related community setting, or a specialist qualification in this area with a minimum of 2 years’ experience
    • Hands on experience in a field based role where you manage your workload to achieve desired outcomes
    • Excellent communication, a collaborative style and conflict resolution skills
    • A current first aid certificate and NZ Driver's licence are required

    You can be part of an amazing venture working with the team making a material difference to the lives of others.

    If you are proactive, organised and responsive, then we want to hear from you!

    For further information and to apply for this role please contact Carlyn Daly on 021 104 6044 or email your CV directly to Carlyn Daly today.

  • Lettings Coordinator – Social Housing

    Lettings Coordinator - Social Housing

    Haumaru Housing is an exciting new organisation making a real difference in social housing services for its elderly tenants. The portfolio is extensive with 1412 housing units spread over 62 locations throughout the region. We are seeking an experienced Letting Coordinator who can effectively manage the accommodation process for tenants bringing their sound understanding of the RTA as well as strong administrative and customer service skills.

    Be part of our team and make a real difference in the services we provide to our tenants.

    Reporting to the Lettings Manager you ensure the right people receive accommodation through our placement process, interviewing applicants and assessing housing needs. You will help coordinate this process and be involved in liaising with social agencies and managing applications through to tenancy relocations.

    The ideal candidate will be experienced in the delivery of tenancy services, from dealing with a wide range of vested parties to updating records accurately and providing great customer service. Other requirements include;

    • A minimum of 3 years relevant work experience within social housing, health or a related community setting
    • Experience working with government and social services agencies
    • Proven ability to interpret and communicate policy succinctly
    • Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
    • Strong administration and computing skills
    • A current NZ Driver’s licence is required

    This is your opportunity to be part of an amazing venture where you are part of the team making a material difference to the lives of others.

    If you are proactive, organised and responsive, then we want to hear from you!

    For further information and to apply for this role please contact Carlyn Daly on 021 104 6044 or email your CV directly to Carlyn Daly today.