Staff Vacancies

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Careers at Port of Leith Housing Association

The Association's voluntary Board of Management delegates operational management to its staff team headed by the Chief Executive, Keith Anderson. Our staff structure has three teams: Customer Services, Finance & Resources, and Property & New Business, each headed by a Director. The Association currently employs over 50 staff including Sheltered Housing staff.

Please download the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form (PDF or MS Word format), then complete and return these by the relevant closing date. Please do not enclose a CV - to ensure compliance with our Equal Opportunities Policy, we can only consider the information requested on the application form.

Training and Development

People are at the heart of our business and our success depends on supporting and developing them to help them reach their full potential. By investing in a well trained and motivated staff team, the Association can continue to prosper.

The Association was officially recognised as an "Investor in People" in 2000 and was awarded Bronze accreditation in June 2011. As an Investor in People we are committed to improving business performance and attain our objectives through the effective management and development of staff.

Our commitment to staff development is supported by a range of tools and techniques including:

  • Succession planning
  • Performance management
  • Mentoring
  • Shadowing
  • Corporate training programme
  • Conferences
  • Assistance with studies for relevant qualifications
  • On-line resources
  • Short courses

Management Development

The Association recognises the important role its Managers have and invests in a range of management development programmes to ensure they are equipped for their role as people managers.

Benefits and Rewards

We work with our staff to develop our employment practices, benefits and reward packages. Core benefits include:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Excellent holiday entitlement
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Enhanced company sick pay
  • Employee assistance programme including counselling
  • Childcare voucher scheme
  • Enhanced maternity leave entitlement

Health and Wellbeing

Our aim is to make the Association a place where people want to work. We actively promote health in the workplace. All staff have access to an Employee Assistance Programme which offers confidential counselling for staff on a range of work-related and personal issues. In 2011, the Association received a Bronze award through the Healthy Working Lives scheme.

The Healthy Working Lives Bronze award logo 

 

 

 

Positive About Disabled People

Port of Leith Housing has been awarded with the Two Ticks disability symbol. This symbol shows that we are formally recognised as being "positive about disabled people."

The symbol is awarded by Job Centre Plus to employers that have made commitments to employ, keep and develop the abilities of disabled. We are audited every year based on 5 commitments:

  • Recruitment
  • Training
  • Retention
  • Consultation
  • Disability awareness

  Positive About Disabled People