NRG PLC Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees TS16 0PQ, UK
Dec 08, 2018
Based in group's main offices in Stockton. Regular travel required between sites throughout the North East and North Yorkshire. Our organisation operates across the North East and North Yorkshire, building and renting high quality affordable housing to meet a variety of needs, including 650 units of specialist supported housing. We are committed to creating homes and building futures as well as investing in people at every level. The Role We are a high performing and customer focused organisation, dedicated to delivering quality services and homes for our tenants. As Head of Assets and Property you will have responsibility for the strategic management of our asset portfolio and the development and delivery of a comprehensive repairs and maintenance service, with a budget responsibility of circa £6m. As the Group's lead for Health and Safety, you will be committed to organisational compliance and adherence to best practice. If you have the ability to motivate, inspire and develop cohesive teams, work strategically and are committed to efficiency and driving service excellence we would love to hear from you. Our organisation really values and invests in its people and would welcome applications from inside and outside the housing sector. What is good about working for our organisation ? We are a Sunday Times Best Company (3 star) and hold Investors in People Platinum standard. We employ exceptional people, and invest significantly in personal development. People are at the centre of the business supported by a culture of relational leadership where everyone has a strong voice and influence. This role is being recruited on a retained basis by Jim Allcroft at NRG. Please apply via CV in the first instance. Closing date Wednesday 12th December 2018 Our Organisation values diversity in its workforce. We welcome applications from men, young people, people from a BME community and people who have a disability as they are currently under represented within our company. However, successful candidates will be selected because they are the best person for the job.
NRG PLC City of Leeds, UK
Dec 08, 2018
Company Description This is a chance for you to join an innovative and expanding business who are going through an exciting period of growth. They are seeking an inspirational and successful leader to take overall responsibility of the business. As a Board member, you will work closely with the Company Chairman and Investors to facilitate an ambitious growth plan and ensure the business is reaching maximum potential. You will carry a proven record of operating at Director level within the construction industry and able to evidence successful internal leadership and organisational development. The Role The purpose of the role is to effectively manage the performance of the organisation, as stipulated by the Board's overall strategy. You will proactively manage and motivate a sizeable team to ensure operational efficiency across each business unit. You will be required to proactively drive and manage change in order to take the business to the next level. You will review both commercial and operational performance of all work streams and projects, completing substantive reports of monthly revenue and WIP. Carrying full understanding business objectives, you will direct strategy toward profitable growth and maximum productivity. Working with an agreed business development plan, you will analyse opportunities for growth in market segments in order to drive profitability. Reviewing current business strategies, you will ensure that new business potential is maximised across all avenues. Showing exceptional financial acumen, you will work closely with the Finance Director to review the company's financial performance; you will work with the FD to implement company budgets and forecasts, reporting these back to the Board & Investors to ensure compliance with long-term strategic financial plans. Bringing extensive commercial understanding, you will review working practices and implement new commercial processes as required. By developing strategic operating plans you will reflect longer-term objectives established by the Board. You will closely monitor the operating and financial results against plans and budget, taking remedial action where necessary, informing the Board of any significant changes. As a proven leader, you will ensure that operating objectives are not only understood, by proactively carried out by management and other employees. Taking full accountability for all company operations you will assess the overall performance of work streams, reporting on appropriate measures required to deliver business targets. Your Experience In order to be considered for this role it is essential that you carry a successful record of business growth and internal leadership, operating at strategic Director Level. An effective communicator, you will evidence excellent leadership skills, management experience and the ability to motivate employees. Additionally, you must be heavily results oriented, in addition to having strong business-development skills and the ability to interact as both an internal leader and external influencer. A visionary leader, you will show understanding of multifaceted organisations, with in depth knowledge of specific markets and changing business environments. You must carry experience of successfully driving change across an organisation. The Salary This positions carries a highly competitive financial package with additional benefits including; company car/car allowance, company performance related bonus, equity options and private healthcare and pension contribution.