Join Our Friendly Team Of Housing Experts

Join our Team Unipol is a student housing charity with offices in three cities in England providing housing services to students as well as accreditation, training and advice. Our operations are not for profit, which means no profit is taken from our operations and all monies received are invested back into the organisation.

 

The Housing Management Officer manages a varied and rewarding portfolio including:

  • a moderately sized student development in a partnership with the University of Leeds housing mainly international taught course postgraduates,
  • some family houses and some Unipol owned shared student properties and
  • a small number of properties managed on behalf of owners.

The post involves property management, lettings and tenancy support. This post requires flexibility, initiative and considerable organisation of own workload, under the guidance of the Team Leader. Certain health and safety routines carry a high level of personal responsibility and must be carried out with accuracy and rigour.

It is essential that the successful candidate should have an operable driving license.

This is a full time position.

To apply, complete the online application form at: https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=CSUNI1043

 

 

This is a newly established post, based in the Housing Hub in Leeds, and is intended to provide additional support and help to both students and landlords using Unipol’s services.

This help takes the form of both general and individual advice. The Housing Hub Advisor will undertake a considerable amount of face-to face contact with students, as well as providing virtual support, through well-targeted informational videos, Web Chat and social media, and via blogs and email.

The post will also provide additional capacity to a number of mechanisms Unipol currently operates to support student housing standards:

  • web chat help and advice,
  • operating the Rate Your Landlord service,
  • using the Unipol Code Complaints system to resolve disputes, and involving and working with statutory and regulatory agencies enforcing standards where necessary.

This is a part time position of 24 hours per week.

To apply, complete the online application form at: https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=CSUNI1045