Macclesfield-headquartered housing provider, Peaks & Plains, is expanding its team with the creation of 42 new roles.
Peaks & Plains is an ambitious profit for purpose housing provider with a turnover of circa £30million and more than 5,000 homes across Cheshire and the High Peak.
A significant expansion, the recruitment drive forms part of the housing provider’s commitment to delivering its Five-Year Plan, which aims to improve lives by delivering on several objectives; being a great landlord, investing in and enhancing existing homes, building more homes across tenures and creating great places to live.
Its expansion will see the growth of its team from 180 to 222.
The new roles available include 18 in its Customer Directorate, 12 in its Resources Directorate, ten new apprentice positions and two executive roles.
Tim Pinder, chief executive of Peaks & Plains, said: “We are working hard to deliver our Five-Year Plan in a changing and challenging environment, and we know that it’s the talent within our team that will make it happen. The creation of 42 new positions will result in the significant expansion of our team and really illustrates our commitment to delivering on the objectives we have set out, with the ultimate purpose of improving lives.”
Tim continued: “We’re focused on making sure that we have the most effective leadership in place, coupled with the skills, knowledge and experience to allow the Trust to thrive and continue delivering the best service to our customers, while planning ahead for the future.”
Peaks & Plains benefits from a close-knit team, with many longstanding employees attracted by its strong social purpose and varied benefits, including flexi-time and flexible working, wellness initiatives and its location just 20 minutes from Manchester city centre, easy access to London and its close-proximity to the Peak District.
More information about new positions can be found on the Peaks & Plains website or via Talentvine.
"The creation of 42 new positions will result in the significant expansion of our team and really illustrates our commitment to delivering on the objectives we have set out."
Tim Pinder, chief executive of Peaks Plains
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