Futures Housing Group
Futures Housing Group
Fee: Non-Executive Director £7,128 pa (2 posts)
Independent Committee Member £4,660 pa (1 post)
Futures Housing Group is an ambitious and successful housing business working across the East Midlands, and our purpose is to make a significant social difference to the communities in which we work. Already high-performing â with a diverse asset base, very satisfied customers, and a healthy financial position â weâre determined to build on our achievements and consolidate our class-leading position.
Our forward strategy includes delivering an effortless customer experience and a focus on the development of a range of new property assets, which will include homes both for sale and for rent. To enable this we are transforming the ways in which we deliver our services and how we work.
Resources and capacity to deliver these programmes are in place, but itâs important that we also have significant experience of comparable activity at board level where we currently have two vacancies.
With a high level of expertise in one or more of the following:
â¢ Commercial customer insight, research and data to optimise the customer experience;
â¢ Legal; and/or
â¢ Marketing & Sales
Youâll also have a good strategic understanding of the role the Board and we will also expect a wider contribution to the Boardâs work by joining one of our Committees. Youâll need to demonstrate sound insight into how non-executive directors shape and lead a complex and diverse organisation such as ours.
We also have a vacancy for an independent committee member to join our Asset Investment Committee with skills in at least one or more of: market rental, open market sales of homes and development finance. This role includes an appointment to the Board of Limehouse Developments Limited, our development subsidiary, as an independent non-executive director.
Above all you will appreciate our values-driven approach and will share not only our sense of social purpose but also our conviction that running a great business is the best route to achieve it.
For an informal discussion, please contact Ian Robertson at EMA on 01926 887272. For a copy of the briefing papers visit www.emaconsult.co.uk, email email@example.com, or call 01926 831467. Strictly no agencies, please.
Closing date: 12 noon, Thursday 29 March 2018.