Work with us

At Southside Housing Association we offer a highly challenging and rewarding work environment which gives employees the opportunity to make a real difference.  The quality of our services depends on the quality and skills of our staff.  Our departments work closely together to ensure our customers receive a great service and each of their needs are met.

Southside Housing Association continues to maintain its Investor in People (IIP) Award through formal and informal learning and development.

We offer a wide range of job opportunities from front line advice to management roles.  Southside Housing Association has a diverse workforce of 100 staff to serve its diverse community.  Southside Housing Association continues its commitment to Glasgow City Councils Living Wage campaign.

Southside Housing Association is committed to Equality of Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Southside Housing Association Ltd is a recognised Scottish Charity No. SC 036009

Southside Housing Association Ltd is a charitable community controlled housing organisation.  We own and manage approximately 2,200 houses and through our own factoring company, SFARS, provide a factoring service to a further 800 houses.

 

GLASGOW CARE & REPAIR

Glasgow Care & Repair is a city wide service managed by Southside Housing Association. This post offers an opportunity to be part of a forward thinking team making a positive difference to people’s lives.

The service delivers handyperson and advice services to older people and people with disabilities living throughout Glasgow.

We now wish to recruit to add to our growing team as we begin to develop and deliver services to a wider range of customers.

Handyperson (Part Time)
Salary –
EVH Grade TAS 4,
(£23,015 – £23,904)

We are seeking an experienced tradesperson to join the team as a Handyperson to increase our workforce to provide a flexible, responsive and effective service. The service supports older people and people with disabilities to remain safely at home and to facilitate their discharge from hospital by providing practical support and assistance. The successful candidate will have three years full time building trade experience, a relevant trade apprentice and relevant qualification e.g. City & Guilds, SVQ in a relevant trade or discipline, or qualified by significant relevant experience and hold a full clean driving licence.

A PVG Check will be requested for the successful applicant.

The post is offered on a full time (21 hours per week) fixed term contract basis to 31st March 2020, with the possibility of extension, subject to funding.

For further information and to apply for the post, please download the information and application forms.

Closing date for all applications:  5pm on 15th March 2019

Interviews will be held on 29th March 2019

 

 

Southside Housing Association is committed to Equality of Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Southside Housing Association Ltd is a recognised Scottish Charity No. SC 036009

 

 

Procurement Information

Southside Housing Association is a Registered Social Landlord and is required to follow Scottish Government guidelines for procurement by public bodies.    When purchasing goods, services and works Southside Housing Association aims to achieve best value for money whilst maintaining the highest standards of honesty, integrity, impartially and objectivity.

Some of our high value contracts for works and services exceed the threshold for EU procurement, and in those instances the Association will utilise procurement processes which are compliant with the European Commission legislation.

The Association will procure contracts in the following ways:

We advertise all of our opportunities with a contract value of over £20,000 on the Scottish Government’s Public Contracts Scotland website and we encourage prospective contractors or suppliers to sign up to receive notifications about any contract opportunities.

If you see a contract advertised that your company is interested in tendering for, you should follow the instructions given in the Contract Notice or advert.

Register with the Scottish Government’s Public Contracts Scotland website

Email alerts can be created to notify you when a new tender opportunity is added