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Investment Manager

Employer  West Lancashire Borough Council Reference  HR1042
Published  15 September 2017 Closing date  12pm Midday on 29 September 2017
Working Pattern  Full Time Hours  36 per week (flexi scheme in operation)
Salary  PO3 £38,237 - £40,057 per annum Disclosure  Basic
Location  61 Westgate, Skelmersdale, WN8 8LP  Duration   Permanent

Do you…

  • Enjoy working in a busy, forward-thinking environment?
  • Have a passion for investing in social housing and its tenants?
  • Feel motivated and determined to help make a positive difference to people’s lives?
  • Want a new and exciting challenge?

Yes? Then West Lancashire Borough Council needs YOU!

We are looking for an exceptional individual to join our team who is enthusiastic, passionate and visionary. This is a newly created role; it is unique, ambitious and reflects our passion to deliver a positive customer experience and make a positive impact locally. The person we appoint should be equally unique, ambitious and committed to ensuring that West Lancs is the best it can be. With a salary package of up to £40,057 and a 36 hour week based in Skelmersdale, this is a great place to work.

We are looking for a leader that can inspire, engage and communicate effectively at all levels; someone who understands the importance and need for affordable housing and who shares our values and ambitions. Our new Investment Manager needs to be driven by excellent performance and results and is always looking for ways to improve service and build on success.

We are looking for someone who has preferably got experience working in the Public Sector or who understands how our sector works. Someone who has a proven track record of managing projects, programmes and people.

At West Lancashire Borough Council we develop our staff and nurture their talent; we see this role as a potential opportunity for someone who wants to progress in this field. It provides a unique opportunity of leading a busy, hard-working Investment Team with the extra responsibility of planning, implementing and delivering an effective property asset management strategy. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain wider experience; work with some great colleagues and be part of an amazing team that has set some ambitious goals for the future.

Every day will be different with lots of variety and challenges. This role is perfect for someone who loves to lead, influence and shape change but is equally happy to get their hands dirty to ensure we deliver.

 

Apply

Find out more about working for the Council by downloading our Recruitment Pack (Pdf, 1.48mb)

Download an Application Form (MS Word, 766kb)

Download an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (MS Word, 100kb) - This form must be submitted with every application. We use this information to check how effective our HR policies are and ensure that discrimination does not occur.

Completed application forms (along with a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form) should be emailed to Recruitment@westlancs.gov.uk Please submit these documents in MS Word format.

If you are unable to return the application form by email, then you can send your completed application form to: West Lancashire Borough Council, Human Resources, 52 Derby Street, Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39 2DF.

If you cannot apply using the above application form, then please call 01695 577177 or email Recruitment@westlancs.gov.uk

All applications for vacancies should be submitted by the application method stated. Please note that we do not accept speculative CVs.

Please note that if you have not been invited to interview within 4 weeks of the closing date you should assume you have not been successful at the shortlisting stage.

The successful applicant will be required to undergo security checks as part of the Baseline Personnel Security Standard for accessing Government records.  This will include a Basic Disclosure Scotland Criminal Record check.

Please be advised that a criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position with West Lancashire Borough Council.

Important advice about completing your application

Your completed application form plays an important part of your selection as it is the only basis for considering your initial suitability for the post.

The following advice should help you to complete the application form as effectively as possible:

  • Consider the contents of the job description, person specification and application form. Ask yourself why you are interested in the job. Don't copy the same application for a series of jobs.
  • Study the person specification carefully. This outlines the essential abilities/skills/experience and other requirements that are required for this job.  It also lists the desirable criteria that ideally we would like the candidate to possess to have the potential to develop.
  • Try to complete your application in a concise, well-organised and positive way.
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Related documents

Equal Opportunities

An Equal Opportunities Employer - Download our Equality Statement (Pdf, 84.2kb)