Every one of us who works at Melin Homes is passionate about making a difference to people's lives. By joining our 250 strong team, you will always be aware that your hard work makes a genuine and positive difference.
The purpose of this role is to administer the Sheltered Scheme at St Mary’s Court, Baneswell, Newport on a day-to-day basis and to provide appropriate levels of assistance / support to residents.
We like to think that we are one of the best employers in the housing sector. We have a strong belief in setting ourselves out from the crowd, with a working environment that celebrates our team. The team works together, with energy and innovation which is key to making working here fun and rewarding. Something we think our staff will back up if their feedback is anything to go by.
We’re extremely proud of everything we do. We are guided by our values and driven by our commitment to our communities, to equality and diversity, to the health and wellbeing and development of our team. We know that getting the best out of our people will give our residents the best services and opportunities they could want. So, if you want to make a difference and see the results for yourself, come and join our team.
Melin, as both an employer and provider of housing services, is dedicated to tackling discrimination and reducing disadvantage. We wholeheartedly accept our statutory responsibilities and we are committed to extending principles laid down in law to individuals or groups who are discriminated against or treated unfairly. What's more, we devote a great deal of time to seeing how we can continually improve in relation to equal opportunities.
Our Equal Opportunities and Hate Crime Harrassment policies are available upon request.
We are members of Tai Pawb who strive to promote equality and social justice in housing in Wales. We have also been accredited with the Rainbow Mark (view PDF). The Rainbow Mark is an equality initiative sponsored by the Welsh Government and supported by the Welsh Local Government Association and Tai Pawb – a signifier of good practice, commitment and knowledge of the specific needs, issues and barriers facing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Wales.
How to apply
Please read the job description and person specification for the job you are applying for and then visit our job application website. If you require a paper application form then you can email our People & Learning team.
It is our policy not to accept CVs or to keep applications on file. When we have a job available we require an application form to be completed.
If you have any queries regarding any of our roles please feel free to contact a member of the People & Learning Team on 01495 745910.
If we don't have anything for you at the moment, then we work with a lot of partners who also have jobs available. To find out more, visit our Partner Jobs page.