Job Vacancy

Housing Development Manager (Nottingham)

The Role

We are recruiting for an empathetic and person-centred Housing Development Manager to enhance the quality of service delivered to our YMCA residents in Nottingham.

Do you have a background in managing supported housing for vulnerable adults and young people? Do you possess a current and in-depth knowledge of housing and homelessness issues and legislation, coupled with a desire to make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults? If so, we would love to hear from you!

We are seeking an empathetic and person-centred manager with the acumen to manage and control complex operational and financial information, lead and support projects, and identify ways to enhance the quality of service delivered to our residents. You will demonstrate your experience of strategic planning to ensure the delivery of supported housing meets the priorities of the Association.

You will have the ability to manage and inspire a team, including managing performance indicators, target-setting, prioritising and monitoring and evaluating progress. You will understand the principles of change management and the importance of effective leadership, and have a comprehensive understanding of Safeguarding policy and best practice.

A degree level education in a Housing related subject is advantageous, as is at a qualification in a business or project management subject to at least level 4.

If you are highly organised and as passionate as we are about quality supported housing provision and want to make a difference to the lives and experiences of the people who live with us, then please apply.

This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check (which we will pay for) and registration with the DBS Update Service. 

How to apply
Please send your CV to with the subject line “Housing Development Manager (Nottingham)”.


Job Vacancy

Housing Development Manager (Nottingham)

Department: YMCA Housing
Responsible to: Operations Manager – Service Delivery
Location: Nottingham City
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (including weekends, evenings and early mornings. This is a senior post so additional hours are likely to be required to fulfil the requirements of the post)
Salary: £36,057 pa