One Manchester

One Manchester is an innovative provider of housing and community services. Formed in April 2015 from a historic merger between two of Manchester’s largest housing associations – City South and Eastlands Homes. In the subsequent two years the Group has achieved its initial merger aspirations and is now extending and expanding (doubling) its new homes programme across a range of tenures and locations. It currently owns and manages more than 12,000 homes in central, south and east Manchester.

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced repairs administrator to provide high quality support to our Building Services team and third party commercial customers.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate a real commitment to customer service, be well organised, work accurately with excellent attention to detail and possess high calibre IT and communication skills.

If you have the experience, skills and enthusiasm for this role we would like to hear from you.

In return, we offer attractive conditions of service including flexible working and pension provision.

Interviews/assessments are expected to take place on Friday 5 April 2019 and you will need to be available on this date if shortlisted.

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