Foundation Housing understands that staff are our organisation’s most important resource. We employ around 100 people in Perth, Broome and South Hedland – people with a commitment to helping those in need secure and retain a home.
Foundation Housing provides a stimulating, positive and supportive work environment in what can sometimes be a challenging sector. Our staff are professional and empathetic people who understand that providing a safe and secure home has the potential to change lives.
The organisation has a very clear set of values that assist staff in their day-to-day dealings with tenants, residents, stakeholders and other staff. This provides a useful framework for staff and managers to check that their behaviours are consistent with these values.
If this sounds like an organisation that you can positively contribute to, please review the job vacancies section for a list of roles currently being recruited.
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Foundation Housing Ltd (FHL) is a not for profit organisation at the forefront of community housing. At FHL we understand that everyone needs a home. We are one of WA’s largest developers and managers of affordable housing for people in need.
We are a successful, award-winning business driven by a cause. We help people in need secure and retain a home by forming strong partnerships that enable us to assist far more people than working alone. More than just accommodation, we provide a high level of service and support to help our tenants sustain their home.
We manage over 2,100 homes, housing over 3,500 people. We work in more than 130 suburbs across WA, with offices in 4 Perth locations as well as in the Kimberley and Pilbara.
We have a job share opportunity for a live-in Night Supervisor at our Frederick Street complex in Broome. Subsidised rent is provided, with on-site accommodation suitable for a couple.
You will work a minimum of 4 nights per week (and a maximum of 7 nights per week to cover absences with notice in advance). The job share arrangement is filled with an off-site employee who will work a minimum of 2 nights per week (and a maximum of 7 nights per week to cover absences with notice in advance).
You will be rostered to work 4 hours per night, which will be determined by a roster and the hours of work will vary from 6pm to 10pm, 7pm to 11pm and 8pm to 12am.
Reporting to the Team Leader you will be responsible for providing professional customer service with residents and visitors. The key responsibilities include:
This is a great opportunity for an individual seeking part time employment, coupled with central living and with the flexibility to combine this role with other commitments.
To be successful in this position, you will be required to demonstrate strong organisational and prioritisation skills, with the ability to communicate clearly and effectively with emergency services, residents and visitors. You will be a reliable, trustworthy individual who has the ability to provide fair and equal responses when dealing with the complex nature of the residents/tenants we assist. An understanding of the current Occupational Health & Safety standards and a WA Driver’s Licence is desirable. You will be required to provide a National Police Clearance and current First Aid Certificate if successful.
FHL provides a stimulating, positive and supportive work environment in what can sometimes be a challenging, but rewarding sector to work in. We have a very clear set of values that assist staff in their day-to-day dealings with tenants, residents, stakeholders and other staff.
For further information please click on application pack to review the job description.
Please forward your application to Lorena Lindo, HR & Safety Administrator on firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday, 18 October 2019.
To be considered your application should include a copy of your current resume.