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Tenancy worker role at PMCH

Prahran Malvern Community Housing (PMCH) is seeking a Tenancy Worker, based in South Yarra, but with travel required to their properties.

The role will involve the effective and efficient administration of social housing properties managed by PMCH under leasing arrangements with the Department of Health and Human Services and a variety of interagency protocol arrangements.

The tenancy worker establishes new tenancies/residencies and aims to sustain existing tenancies/residencies, assisting tenants to keep their homes by linking them with people and services in their community.

The position encompasses management of maintenance which includes; arranging maintenance requirements to be carried out, liaison with maintenance providers and monitoring & quality control.

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Download the position description.

For further information, contact Pamela Morrison on 03 9826 5194 or  email jain.hall@pmch.org.au

Applications close on July 11, 2019.

PMCH seeking experienced manager

Prahran Malvern Community Housing Inc. (PMCH) is seeking to appoint an experienced manager as its next CEO and requires an individual who can create a vision for success whilst providing the existing team with guidance and support in their day-to-day roles.

The position will suit an individual who can work collaboratively with the department and other stakeholders, including the Board and staff, to provide leadership and direction to a small but highly-skilled team and can be expected to make high-level decisions that reflect the core values of the organisation.

PMCH has developed a unique and well-respected service model that seeks to continuously maximise opportunities for social inclusion and empowerment.  At the heart of this model is a commitment to the principles of Social Justice, and an aspiration to inspire mutual respect and compassion amongst all members of the community.

The organisation consciously applies these principles, which are reflected in all its practices. The philosophy of PMCH subscribes to the belief that all people have a right to quality secure and affordable housing and those services should be delivered in a way that respects the dignity of consumers and encourages self-determination.

PMCH is a not for profit, incorporated association and is managed by a community based Board of Management which acts as an interface between the client group and the wider community and is committed to ethical governance and challenging social inequity.

This is a full-time position, although part-time hours can be negotiated with the successful applicant.

Applications, consisting of a resume and cover letter addressing how you meet the selection criteria,  can be emailed to Pamela Morrison, Board Secretary, or call 03 9826 5194 for details.

Applications close at 5pm on June 7.

Download the PD here.