Vacancy -- Regulation Manager
To be confirmed
Purpose of Post:
- Establish and maintain a business relationship with each Housing Association, understanding the risks facing Associations and gaining assurances about how those risks are mitigated
- Deliver effective and credible regulation in accordance with the Regulatory Framework for Housing Associations registered in Wales 2011
- Collate and analyse evidence and observational data/intelligence gathered from a variety of Housing Association sources to produce an annual published regulatory opinion about each member of the portfolio.
- Together with specialist finance analysts, review the financial viability and solvency of Housing Associations in Wales; through analysis of management accounts, business plans and other related financial statements and information
- Support Housing Associations to improve continuously and fulfil the requirements of the Regulatory Framework.
- Collaborate with senior members of the Regulation team to intervene appropriately in Housing Associations who are unable to address significant shortcomings themselves.
- Actively participate in liaison with stakeholders to the Social Housing Sector in Wales; including Tenant representative organisations, Local Authorities and the Regulation Board for Wales and its infrastructure
- Respond to requests for Ministerial Briefing on Regulation
- Establish and maintain effective record keeping systems to capture information gathered.
- To act as an ambassador for the Housing Regulation Team, representing the Welsh Government to the housing sector and its key partners
- To carry out any other duties commensurate with competencies relating to this grade.
This opportunity offers excellent exposure to working directly on a day to day basis with Chief Executives and Chairs of Housing Association Boards to understand business at the highest level. You will develop your expertise on governance, a key skill area for those looking to strengthen their leadership credentials. This role works with multiple external stakeholder groups and there are significant collaboration opportunities with other business and the third sector.
Debbie Green, Chief Executive of Coastal Housing endorses the value of this secondment to her business.
This role involves delivery at pace and is a demanding, dynamic and varied.
Welsh Language Requirements
The Welsh Government acknowledges the importance of developing and growing its bilingual workforce, and welcomes applications for any post from candidates who demonstrate their capability to work in both English and Welsh.
The following list of language requirements represents an objective assessment by the line manager on behalf of the Welsh Government of the Welsh language skills required to undertake the duties of this particular post.
Competencies / Job Specific Criteria
Making Effective Decision - Make decisions when they are needed, even if they prove difficult or unpopular
Leading and Communicating - Communicate in a straightforward, honest and engaging manner with all stakeholders and stand ground when needed
Collaborating and Partnering - Establish relationships with a range of stakeholders to support delivery of business outcomes
Delivering Results - Show a positive approach in keeping their own and the team’s efforts focused on the goals that really matter
1. Working with Stakeholders
2. Project Management
3. Financial understanding and understanding of Housing Association business
How to apply
All applications for this vacancy should be made online via the Welsh Government's online application system. If you have a disability which would prevent you from applying on-line, please e-mail SharedServiceHelpdesk@wales.gsi.gov.uk to request an application pack in an alternative format, or to request a reasonable adjustment related to a disability in order to submit your application.
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If you’d like to apply for this vacancy in Welsh, please use the ‘Newid Iaith / Change Language’ link at the top of this page, to take you to the Welsh version of this advert, from which you can apply in Welsh.
For further information regarding the Welsh Government recruitment process, please see the Recruitment Guidance for External Candidates (link).
When evidencing your suitability for the post, it is recommended that you refer to the Civil Service Competency Framework (link)
This vacancy is closed to applications.