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Business Improvement Manager

Not For Profit / Third Sector

  • Executive / Management

  • Glasgow

  • £ £47,832 - £50,998

Cadder Housing Association

Business Improvement Manager

£47,832 - £50,998

Glasgow

 

“New beginnings”

Cadder Housing Association is a registered social landlord based in Glasgow which owns and maintains 694 homes for affordable rent and provides factoring services to 408 private homeowners. Established in 1993 the organisation is a community anchor for the people of Cadder within Glasgow.

The Association is on a journey of significant change and has recently undertaken a substantial restructure and full organisational review to ensure it is fit for purpose. The staff team and board have invested their time and efforts into strengthening and improving services and internal operations to ensure Cadder retains its independence and its position as a key pillar of the local community.

Cadder is now looking to recruit to the newly created post - Business Improvement Manager (BIM). The BIM is a key part of the SMT and will lead the Business Improvement Team in providing excellent corporate business support across the organisation for both internal and external customers. This post holds responsibility for an array of key business services within Cadder including HR/OD, ICT, Performance improvement and analysis whilst also supporting the management committee and ensuring compliance with the Association’s legal and regulatory obligations. The post also holds oversight of the finance function which is partially outsourced.

As part of the SMT this post will contribute to the operational and strategic direction of the Association and collaborate with other SMT members to improve the organisation and its services.

We seek a highly competent corporate services professional who brings a focus on performance and improvement. The ideal candidate will have experience of process, policy, and procedural development, preparing business plans and be able to establish strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.


For a confidential discussion please contact Nigel Fortnum or Mike Orr on 0141 212 7555

More information on the role, how to apply and relevant documents can be found at:

https://www.aspenpeople.co.uk/cadderha

Closing date for applications: Monday 17th May 2021

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