Jun 122016
 

Independent Non-Executive Director – Development Committee Member

Recruiter: Southern Housing Group
Location: West Sussex
Salary: £1000 for 4-8 meetings per year
Posted: 17 May 2016
Closes: 14 Jun 2016
Sector: Property
Specialism: Residential Property
Contract Type: Permanent
Status: Board Position
Job Position: Director

Role Title: Independent Non-Executive Director – Development Committee Member

Committee: Development Committee

Southern Housing Group was established in 1901 and has grown to become one of the largest housing associations in the south east of England. We are a thriving business, with social objectives.

With a turnover of over £150m and surplus of more than £50m we house more than 68,000 residents, own and manage 28,000 homes and work with over 40 local authorities. We employ almost 1,000 people, offer a range of housing options for rent and sale, and undertake a wide range of activities to improve the lives of our residents.

We aim to provide high quality developments for our customers in a range of tenures including social rent, affordable rent, market rent, shared ownership and outright sale; building 2,500 new homes by 2020.

We are currently searching for people to join us as independent members of our Board’s Development Committee. We are looking for talented individuals who are aligned to our purpose and have board level experience in commercial or residential property development, construction, surveying, planning or design. The time commitment is four to eight meetings and events per year.

Our experience has taught us that investing in people and communities is as important as building homes and this philosophy has informed our activities for more than 100 years, be part of creating the next chapter in our history.

- Development and construction skills and experience are essential for this role

For a confidential discussion, please contact: 

Alan Townshend, Group Development Director - 020 7553 6475

Kate Smith, Group Corporate Services Director - 020 7553 6437

 

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