National Housing Team Leader

ABOUT YWCA AUSTRALIAYWCA Australia is a feminist not-for-profit organisation focused on improving gender equality for women, young women and girls. Together we challenge the systems, structures and policies that act as barriers to women, especially young women, achieving their full potential. ABOUT THIS ROLEYWCA Australia is currently seeking a National Housing Team Leader to join our National Housing Team. This role is offered on a full time basis and is based in our Melbourne office.The National Housing Team Leader role ensures that YWCA delivers high quality property and tenancy management services to tenants, clients and the broader community. This role provides team management and leadership to ensure that a quality service provision is provided in accordance with YWCA’s values, policies and procedures, organisational performance targets and all relevant government policy and legislation pertaining to each State and Territory. ABOUT YOUThe ideal applicant we are seeking will have:Demonstrated experience managing individuals and teams with ability to lead, motivate and train team, to establish priorities and manage competing deadlines for self and others.Experience in the community housing sector or property industry, with familiarity in tenancy management practices, RTA legislation across each State, tribunals, maintenance, budget management and establishing operational processes.An awareness, understanding and sensitivity to homelessness issues and ability to communicate with a diversity of people from various cultures.Ability to maintain and manage tenancy databases - CHINTARO and ExcelStrong mediation and conflict resolution skills with the ability to influence and negotiate.High level organisational and administrative skills.A valid state-based working with children or working with vulnerable people check.A valid Victorian Driver’s LicenseThis position will require the applicant to satisfactorily complete a national criminal history record check and hold the relevant state based working with children or working with vulnerable persons permit prior to employment. INTERESTED? APPLY ONLINE TODAY!Please address the selection criteria in a Cover Letter to be considered for this position. APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  23rd February 2020 Position Description 86054 AUD Melbourne 3000

National Housing Team Leader

  • Enjoy valuable and meaningful work, empowering the community
  • Core Values of Feminism, Inclusion, Excellence, Innovation and Integrity
  • Join a great team in central CBD location

ABOUT YWCA AUSTRALIA

YWCA Australia is a feminist not-for-profit organisation focused on improving gender equality for women, young women and girls. Together we challenge the systems, structures and policies that act as barriers to women, especially young women, achieving their full potential.

 

ABOUT THIS ROLE

YWCA Australia is currently seeking a National Housing Team Leader to join our National Housing Team. This role is offered on a full time basis and is based in our Melbourne office.

The National Housing Team Leader role ensures that YWCA delivers high quality property and tenancy management services to tenants, clients and the broader community. This role provides team management and leadership to ensure that a quality service provision is provided in accordance with YWCA’s values, policies and procedures, organisational performance targets and all relevant government policy and legislation pertaining to each State and Territory.

 

ABOUT YOU

The ideal applicant we are seeking will have:

  • Demonstrated experience managing individuals and teams with ability to lead, motivate and train team, to establish priorities and manage competing deadlines for self and others.
  • Experience in the community housing sector or property industry, with familiarity in tenancy management practices, RTA legislation across each State, tribunals, maintenance, budget management and establishing operational processes.
  • An awareness, understanding and sensitivity to homelessness issues and ability to communicate with a diversity of people from various cultures.
  • Ability to maintain and manage tenancy databases - CHINTARO and Excel
  • Strong mediation and conflict resolution skills with the ability to influence and negotiate.
  • High level organisational and administrative skills.
  • A valid state-based working with children or working with vulnerable people check.
  • A valid Victorian Driver’s License

This position will require the applicant to satisfactorily complete a national criminal history record check and hold the relevant state based working with children or working with vulnerable persons permit prior to employment.

 

INTERESTED? APPLY ONLINE TODAY!

Please address the selection criteria in a Cover Letter to be considered for this position.

 

APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  23rd February 2020