Career Spotlight:

Finance & Accounting

Social housing is a great career pathway for anybody interested in finance as it covers everything from rent management, to payroll and tax, to forward planning and risk mapping, to auditing and everything in between.

Finance and accounting roles are vital to housing associations as every service across a huge spectrum requires finely tuned finance management as well as balance of the organisation itself. Statistics, tenders, contracts and much more are key to delivering the core services of housing associations and provide the basis for planning for growth and ensuring financial sustainability.

Positions range from entry-level technicians to leadership roles and all truly help make a difference for the organisation and the tenants.

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Why a career in housing?

These are the average benefits for finance and accountancy roles in social housing:

Average salary for entry-level technicians starts at £25000
Over 70% of housing associations offer gym memberships

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