Head of Landlord Risk and Compliance



  • Location


  • Job type


  • Sector

    Local Government

  • Job ref


  • Expiry date

    09 April 2019

  • Client


Ref: GSi53692

Head of Landlord Risk and Compliance

A London Borough are searching for an Interim Head of Landlord Risk and Compliance.  You will report to the Senior Assistant Director, Repairs and Investment and be responsible for ensuring the Council complies with all landlord statutory and non-statutory obligations across the full range of landlord compliance responsibilities, including: 

  • Fire, asbestos, gas, electrical, mechanical ventilation, water hygiene, lifts, play equipment 
  • Leading on Health and Safety within the HSC Directorate, providing advice, guidance and best practice
  • Ensuring performance plans are in place for each team with SMART targets.
  • Lead on developing and maintaining all strategies and policies in relation to landlord compliance and risk management, keeping abreast of best practice. 
  • Ensuring effective systems are in place to manage and maintain all data in relation to landlord compliance, providing a ‘single view’ of all compliance areas as they relate to the Council’s housing stock. 
  • Leading and managing a multi-disciplinary team focused on ensuring compliance and safety, through both direct operational teams and contracts. 

To apply for this role you must hold a Health and Safety qualification (IOSH/NEBOSH) or equivalent relevant experience and be incorporated or associate member status of RICS, CIOB or CIBSE. The role is for 3 months inside IR35 c£490 and the closing date is Monday 8th April 2019 at 12pm.

How to Apply

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