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In My Area
Working as an NLA Representative
|Team/Region||To Cover||Application Closing Date|
South West England
Bristol, Bath, Somerset
Friday 5th August 2016
North East England
South East England
Tees Valley & Durham County
Oxfordshire, Berkshire & Buckinghamshire
Friday 12th August 2016
Friday 19th August 2016
Representatives are self-employed with a formal 'contract for services' with NLA. The work involves a commitment of around 30 hour’s work per month. The hours are flexible but both daytime and evening hours will be required, and you will need to be able to take the odd NLA related call during normal working hours. For these reasons we do not believe the role can be carried out satisfactorily if the applicant is a full time Employee elsewhere.
Applicants need to be up to date with current landlord issues, based near the area they cover, a car and a laptop owner, and enjoy organising, chairing and speaking at meetings.
The main thrust of the work is:
- organising, publicising and chairing meetings for members and other local landlords
- giving presentations and talks to landlords
- encouraging non-members to join NLA
- monitoring the local market and operating environment and reporting to the NLA Policy team
- building relationships and working with local authorities on behalf of NLA
Full information about the role including the hourly rate is available to download at the bottom of this page. If, after reading all of the information, you have further queries then please contact Sally Thorn, Regions Coordinator on 020 7840 8911.
To apply: please complete and return the application form at the bottom of this page, and send together with an up to date CV, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that application forms recieved will not be considered without an accompanying C.V. If you have not used a C.V. for many years as you have been self-employed, then a single sheet listing your places and dates of education, qualifications and work history, in chronological order, will suffice.