Hamilton Woods Associates

Recruitment Advisor

Recruitment Advisor

Leeds /Hybrid

12 month FTC

35 hours pw

£34,200

Hamilton Woods Associates has been engaged by a renowned housing association in Yorkshire to recruit to a Recruitment Advisor on a 12 month FTC, to contribute to the delivery of a first class recruitment experience for external and internal customers.

The organisation has hubs in Leeds, but you would have freedom to work from home should you wish.

Responsibilities of the Recruitment Advisor:

  • Managing the end to end recruitment process for a variety of roles across the business for teams such as Property Services, Housing Management, HR, IT and Marketing
  • Arranging and conducting interviews
  • Working closely with hiring managers to ensure relevant approval routes are approved before recruitment begins
  • Advocating for equality, diversity and inclusivity
  • Leading recruitment brief meetings with hiring managers
  • Supporting the development of assessment methods eg psychometric testing and assessment centres
  • Working with the current Recruitment Manager to develop improvements to the current recruitment processes
  • Supporting the delivery of recruitment training to managers
  • Working with the HR team to ensure all relevant new starter details are completed

Requirements of the Recruitment Advisor:

  • Experience of stakeholder management
  • Previous in-house recruitment experience, working for a housing association, charity or Council is preferrable

Benefits of the Recruitment Advisor:

  • 25 days annual leave with the option to buy or sell back
  • Pension with up to 9% matched contributions
  • Flexible working
  • Healthcare cash plan
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Wellbeing support

To be considered for this exciting role, please contact Bethan Hall – Associate Director at Hamilton Woods on 01509 276158 or apply online with a covering note of your experience and suitability referencing BH 4884. Due to the exceptionally high level of applications if you have not heard back from HWA within 7 – 10 days, it is regrettable that we cannot reply to everyone with feedback directly and please consider your application unsuccessful

Senior Land Manager

Senior Land Manager

West Yorkshire

Permanent

£72,000

Hamilton Woods Associates are currently recruiting for a Senior Land Manager for a housing association in West Yorkshire.

They are looking for someone to be the driving force to securing strong land pipeline for a range of tenures. The role is responsible for securing over 500 plots per annum through land and S106 opportunities.

Responsibilities of the Land Manager includes:

  • Actively pursuing and securing land purchases for all tenure types, carrying our feasibility studies and making recommendations
  • Developing and maintaining regular contact with land owners
  • Leading on negotiating purchases with owners and agents
  • Working in partnership with Local Authorities
  • Liaising internally with a wide variety of stakeholders keeping teams up to date with progress and handover information.
  • Providing effective management of the land, from a supply perspective
  • Working with the Head of Acquisitions, to manage the S106 acquisition programme
  • Ensuring targets and budgets are met along with required specifications, approvals and funder requirements
  • Preparing reports for Directors and Board on new opportunities

Requirements of the Land Manager includes:

  • Experience in land buying for residential development
  • Social and private sector housing development experience
  • Experience within negotiating and acquiring section 106 affordable housing units

To be considered for this exciting role, please contact Bethan Hall – Associate Director at Hamilton Woods or apply online with a covering note of your experience and suitability. Due to the exceptionally high level of applications if you have not heard back from HWA within 7 – 10 days, it is regrettable that we cannot reply to everyone with feedback directly and please consider your application unsuccessful

Financial Reporting Manager

Looking for an opportunity to showcase your expertise as a Financial Reporting Manager? Hamilton Woods is working for an amazing team in Derbyshire, join them and take charge of preparing year-end and interim consolidated financial statements for our dynamic and growing organization.

As the Financial Reporting Manager, you’ll need a sharp mind with a detailed technical knowledge of IFRS, US GAAP, and SOX controls. Your ability to develop and maintain working partnerships in a global organization, combined with your flexibility and responsiveness to short deadlines, will be critical to your success.

You’ll have a minimum of 2+ years of post-qualified experience in financial reporting or Audit, either within the accountancy profession or in industry. You’ll have experience in producing consolidated financial statements under IFRS and exposure to the challenges of working in a global organization, and ideally, Oracle HFM (or other consolidation software) experience.

You’ll ensure relevant Sarbanes-Oxley processes and controls are adhered to and establish good working relationships with external auditors to facilitate the smooth audit process.

We offer a competitive salary range of £55,000 to £65,000, a supportive team environment, and an opportunity to advance your career. If you’re an ACA or equivalent accounting professional with strong analytical and problem-solving skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to work independently and within a team, apply now, and let’s get started!

Health and Safety Officer

Health and Safety Officer

Stockport, Greater Manchester

Permanent

Up to £41,000 + 10% car allowance

Hamilton Woods Associates have been engaged on an exclusive basis by a social housing provider in Stockport, Greater Manchester, for a permanent Health and Safety Officer. The main purpose of the role is to support Managers to achieve compliance and contribute to the review and improvement of Health and Safety practices where necessary.

Responsibilities of the Health and Safety Officer includes:

  • Supporting managers to implement and comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant safety legislation
  • Coaching managers by advising on the production of risk assessments and safe systems of work, and ensuring they are in line with current legislation
  • Undertaking H&S compliance audits and site inspections in line with agree programmes of work
  • Engaging with a variety of stakeholders across the business to improve H&S culture and behaviours
  • Supporting the development and delivery of a range of in-house health and safety training
  • Making recommendations and interpreting corporate policy decisions to ensure legislative compliance
  • Conducting safety audits and inspections of compliance documentation and work premises
  • Reviewing accidents, incidents and near misses to ensure appropriate management investigation has been completed

Requirements of the Health and Safety Officer includes:

  • In depth knowledge of health and safety law
  • Minimum of NEBOSH certificate or equivalent in occupational health and safety or higher
  • Strong relationship building skills
  • Excellent presentation, coaching, facilitation and influencing skills

Benefits of working for the organisation includes:

  • 26 days annual leave (rising to 28 days after 5 years of service)
  • Access to social housing pension scheme
  • Health cash plan
  • Flexible working
  • Access to learning and development opportunities

To be considered for this exciting role, please contact Bethan Hall – Associate Director at Hamilton Woods on 01509 276158 or apply online with a covering note of your experience and suitability referencing the job ID number. Due to the exceptionally high level of applications if you have not heard back from HWA within 7 – 10 days, it is regrettable that we cannot reply to everyone with feedback directly and please

Gas Servicing Engineer

Gas Servicing Engineer
Permanent
£36,400 + van and fuel card
Manchester

Hamilton Woods Associates are currently recruiting for a Gas Servicing Engineer for an organisation based in Manchester, on a permanent basis.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Gas Servicing Engineer:

  • Service, diagnose and repairs gas appliances in social housing properties and void properties
  • Complete certification in accordance with Gas Safety Regulations
  • Utilise a PDA device
  • Report any potential repairs

Essential Requirements of the Gas Servicing Engineer:

  • A relevant professional qualification (NVQ Level 3)
  • Full UK Driving Licence
  • Relevant domestic gas tickets (CCN1, CENWAT, CKR1, HTR1, CPA1)

To be considered for this exciting role, please contact Lucie Houston – Senior Recruitment Consultant at Hamilton Woods or apply online with a covering note of your experience and suitability referencing the job ID number. Due to the exceptionally high level of applications if you have not heard back from HWA within 7 – 10 days, it is regrettable that we cannot respond to all applicants, and please assume your application has been unsuccessful.