Job details

Location: Dublin 12

Salary: €37,500 – €50,750 per annum

Contractual hours: 37

Basis: Full time

Package: In return, we offer a great rewards package, including generous annual leave, pension contributions, flexible working arrangements, and an excellent work-life balance package which we are happy to tell you about.

About the role

Overall Purpose of The Role

The Development & New Business Officer within Clanmil Ireland takes responsibility for assisting in the delivery of the Development & New Business functions within our organisation.

Job Summary

Reporting to the Development & New Business Manager, the post-holder will work as part of a team in the development and acquisition of new homes to meet organisational growth targets.

The post-holder will be required to produce reports for the Development Committee, and will ensure all activity contributes to the achievement of the organisation’s objectives.  There will also be a responsibility for keeping abreast of the key areas of housing need/demand for all tenures in Clanmil Ireland’s area of operation, and for keeping colleagues up to date on all development related matters.

Person Specification

The successful candidate will have relevant experience and proven track record of working in a social housing and/or property environment, including a demonstrable knowledge of  housing development and property acquisitions.

Experience of managing and controlling development projects, with the ability to assess risk and experience of processes to monitor and mitigate or avoid risk are also demonstrative of the skills required to undertake the requirements of the role.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Knowledge of development process including feasibility studies, financial appraisal, planning, budgeting, procurement, contract management and completion
  • Knowledge of social housing regulations and legislation, specifically relating to property development, and experience of ensuring compliance with same
  • A successful track record in building and nurturing stakeholders, key relationships and partnerships with a wide range of diverse collaborators with Government, AHBs, and the private rented sector

How to apply

So, if this sounds like you, send in an email a copy of your CV and a covering letter, detailing how you meet the requirements of the post, to careers@clanmilireland.ie 

The Job Description for the role can be found here 

The closing date for applications is Monday 17th January 2022