Homes North acknowledges that our staff are the key to our success and will focus on stable and strong leadership across our team. We value our team and support them and work together to make a difference. Our staff have a strong belief in the purpose, values and work done by Homes North.
We aim to attract, develop, engage and retain the best mix of people who are skilled, aligned with our values, committed to our purpose and able to work in partnership with others to achieve great results for our community.
Our team are highly skilled and aligned to our values. We work as a team to be supportive and show understanding and encouragement to one another. We worth ethically and with integrity and conduct ourselves professionally, maintain confidentially and are always honest. We take responsibility and ownership of our own behaviour and actions and act with good faith, believing people are acting with good intent. We show respect at all times, valuing our differences and treating people how they want to be treated, and we communicate in a positive, clear and concise manner, listening without judgement.
At Homes North we aim to:
Be an employer of choice
Foster professional learning and development
Support professional excellence and a performance culture
Support our team’s wellbeing and resilience through growth and change
Develop skills in change management and project management
Ensure our organisation structure is appropriate, robust and cohesive
We support our staff to make a difference.
If you would like to be part of a progressive organisation, where your ideas and input are valued, we would like to hear from you. Listed below you will see any current vacancies.
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Client Relations Officer based in Armidale.
Are you passionate about contributing to an important cause? Do you have exceptional skills in client support, care and customer service within a social housing, welfare or property management environment? Do you have the ability to work with complex clients and their advocates directly providing advice and assistance and work collaboratively with both internal and external stakeholders? We might just have the role you’re looking for! Homes North, a highly reputed not-for-profit organisation with offices in the New England North West NSW, who make it their business to create secure, affordable and sensitively managed housing opportunities for low income households, are looking to hire their next Client Relations Officer. Click here for further information.