We’re looking for a Resident Liaison Officer (RLO) to work in Croydon. The primary responsibility of this role is to interact with our residents and build a long term positive relationship, ensuring residents are fully involved in any decision making process that affects their homes.
Proactively respond to expressions of dis- satisfaction at the initial stage.
Investigate, register all complaints and report in accordance with company and client procedures.
Maintain the Company’s complaint log and use the information to report on trends.
Visit residents in their homes, when required, dealing with queries and keeping them informed.
Make appointments for further works, if required, and ensure these are carried out.
Respond to expressions of dis-satisfaction received from residents via the text message service within agreed timescales and ensure the issues are addressed.
Ensure resident surveys are carried out, recorded, address any actions, and provide a monthly report on the survey findings.
Attend monthly contract meetings and supply relevant reports.
Attend Resident Surgeries and assist vulnerable people report repairs.
Organise Resident consultation events and attend Resident Association Meetings as required.
Identify vulnerabilities relating to individual residents and liaise with client’s housing officers or support services where necessary. Work with our Performance Team to ensure and identified vulnerabilities are accurately recorded within the organisations systems.
Working with the Community Investment Team, organise volunteering and fund-raising events.
Liaise closely with senior staff to generate a positive culture within the Division.
Complete a daily activity sheet detailing visits to residents and clients.
To contribute ideas and suggestions that may enable the company to provide a better service
Fully comply with the Organizations Health and Safety and Lone Working.
Knowledge of repairs and maintenance
Previous experience of working with local authorities or social housing.
Excellent planning and organizational skills.
Proven understanding of customer care with particular reference to vulnerable people is essential.
Demonstrable knowledge and experience of complaint procedures is desirable.
Strong interpersonal skills: must enjoy working with people on a personal level, building trust and maintaining confidentiality.
Other Key Information
Flexibility regarding travel and working at various sites, and attendance at evening meetings.
Full UK driving licence
Own an Android or IOS mobile phone which you will use as part of your job (BYOD).
Annual holiday increase
Long service rewards
Axis has experienced continual growth since it’s establishment in 1986, we’re not aiming to be the biggest service provider, however we do intend to be the best. We work with some of the UK’s largest building owners, landlords, facility managers to provide strategic building repairs, planned maintenance and improvement across all property sectors.
We are a value led business, we don’t just accept difference — we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our employees, our clients, and our community. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and embrace diversity above all.
Whether you’re just starting out or looking for career development, come and join our Axis family. We employ for a huge variety of positions; from trade roles that deliver exceptional work onsite, to support roles that ensure our business runs smoothly at the office.
Axis Europe specialise in the improvement and maintenance of Housing, Heritage, Education, Public and Commercial properties. We are based in London, with ten regional offices about the United Kingdom.
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