Mid-Wales Housing Group - People Strategy Statement
The Mid-Wales Housing Group aims to ensure the recruitment, development and retention of the best calibre of employees in order that it can fulfil the individual organisations’ objectives and to build the capacity to deliver an excellent customer experience. The aim is to be an employer of choice.
The Group aims to provide a safe and healthy work environment that promotes employee well-being. There is close correlation between levels of employee motivation, organisational performance and the provision of a safe and healthy workplace.
The Group aims to continue to provide a high quality work experience and to ensure that employees feel supported, valued and involved in the work of the Group. Most importantly the aim is for employees to feel proud to be part of the Group and to be contributing to the success of the organisations through the delivery of an excellent customer service. We are proud that all our staff know how their role is contributing to our success
The Group strives to provide a positive working environment and maintains awareness of diversity issues both with regard to employment policies and the service delivery.
The Group is committed to providing a bilingual service and includes the Welsh Language as part of its Single Equality Scheme.
Working with us
At Mid-Wales Housing Association, we pride ourselves on being a small, professional and friendly organisation. Our employees are committed to making quality homes affordable to more people in Mid-Wales.
Our values of Excellence, Equality, Community and Caring are embedded in everything we do; delivering excellence in the quality of our homes and services we provide, providing fairness to all in housing and employment, focussing on the needs of the communities of Mid-Wales and improving the quality of life of more people by making our homes affordable and attainable.
We provide a stimulating and challenging working environment which provides an opportunity for professional and personal development. In return we expect commitment to excellence, enthusiasm and a drive to find innovative solutions to local problems. We welcome people with a willingness to challenge and to push accepted boundaries with a real drive to find ways of delivering quality services.
What our employees say! – responses from recent Employee Satisfaction Survey
“Overall I feel very lucky to be working for Mid-Wales Housing”
“Very good employer”
“Please don't change! It's the best place I have ever worked!”
“I appreciate the benefits package and the opportunity of flexible working”
“I think they are a good employer and do their best to treat employees with respect and dignity”
“An organisation genuinely striving to provide an excellent service”
In whatever position you join us you will be guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome.
We have a range of roles within our teams, which include
- Corporate Services – Communications, Governance and HR
- Finance – Finance, ICT and Performance Information
- Customer Services – Community Housing, Community Participation, Customer Services, Income Management and Maintenance
- New Business – Contracts, Development, Grants and New Business Systems
Benefits of working for Mid-Wales Housing Association
- Competitive salaries
- Flexible working
- Annual leave starting at 23 days rising by one day per completed year of employment up to a maximum of 33 days per annum (pro rata for part-time)
- Pension scheme
- Private health scheme
- Free eye tests and a contribution towards glasses for certain requirements
- Professional body membership fees paid, where relevant to the role
- Learning and professional development opportunities
- Lease car option for essential car users
- Mobile phones and tablets for certain roles
- On-site parking
- Hot and cold drinks
Applying to work for Mid-Wales Housing Association
Apply for a job
Please complete the application as fully as possible. It is important to give as many details as you can since your application will be considered initially on the information you provide. Any information you give will be treated in strict confidence by the Association. However, you should be aware that the Association is registered under the Data Protection Act 1984.