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Reference: 59460

Date Added: 13 February 2017
Closing Date: 1 March 2017

Job Title: Policy Assistant

Working For: National Housing Federation

Location: London

Salary: £23,050 - £25,625 PA + benefits

Job Details

There's never been a more exciting time to work in housing. The extent and impact of the housing crisis is widely understood. Housing is a top priority for all political parties. At the Federation, our members are at the heart of everything we do. With our members we've created a shared vision - our Ambition to Deliver - which boldly states that by 2035 housing associations will be building 120,000 homes every year across all tenures. An integral part of this is our aim to develop an offer for everyone. We believe everyone should be able to access a home they can afford in the community they want to live in.

You will play a vital support role to the Federation's policy team, as well as working across the organisation. You'll be comfortable working across a range of different areas, and be able to get up to speed with new information quickly.

This role offers a fantastic opportunity to gain exposure to housing/social policy and to develop your research, analytical, communication and organisational skills.

Our members are at the heart of everything we do - our success depends on employing people that have the passion and skills to achieve the best outcomes for members. This is why we are committed to investing in developing and motivating our people – and making the Federation a diverse, exciting and great place to work.

If you want to be part of all of this - and a team focussed on tackling the housing crisis, making a difference and having real impact, this job could be for you.

Closing Date: 1 March 2017

Interview/Start Dates

Application Details

To apply please follow the link to our website https://www.atscloud.co.uk/nhf/displayjob.aspx?jobid=64.
If you'd like to have an information discussion about the role, please contact Alistair Smyth on 020 7067 1046.

Website: http://www.housing.org.uk

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