• Independent Committee Membership Opportunities

Independent Committee Membership Opportunities

emh group is one of the largest providers of affordable housing in the Midlands. We manage 19,000 properties, employ over 1,100 people, and have an annual turnover of £98 million. The group includes emh homes, a housing association registered with the Homes and Communities Agency, and Enable Care & Home Support, a significant care and support business.
At emh group we believe that strong governance underpins the success of everything we do. We are looking to recruit people with a diverse range of skills, experience and outlooks to help ensure that we hold fast to our values as a social business.

If you are interested in applying, please send an up-to-date CV with a supporting statement, which should be no more than 2 sides of A4 sheets, explaining how you meet the specification to Kayleigh Hall, Governance Manager at kayleigh.hall@emhgroup.org.uk

For any queries, please call Kayleigh on 01530 276002.

Closing date: 30th September 2016

Interviews: To be confirmed

Independent Committee Member Recruitment – Safeguarding Committee

Remuneration: c£2k per annum

Our Safeguarding committee provides assurance to emh group Board that we are a quality provider of care and support services and safe housing services for vulnerable children and adults. It will oversee the development and implementation of safeguarding policies and controls across the group, review any serious incidents, and monitor any actions plans required as a result of Care Quality Commission inspections.

This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the future success of one of the leading social housing providers in the Midlands. We serve a diverse range of tenants and service users across the East Midlands, including people with mental health support needs, older people and people with learning disabilities.

We wish to hear from people with expertise and strategic leadership skills in safeguarding and/or an understanding of Care Quality Commission regulation.

The Safeguarding Committee meets four times a year, in addition to which Committee Members will be required to attend occasional training sessions, site visits and planning days.