We're proud of our achievements and to have been chosen as the UKHA Landlord of the Year - a success that's down to committed individuals working together to create homes and places where people want to live.
But we're not complacent. Winning this award really raises the bar. Could you help us live up to our award and join our Board?
The opportunity would be suitable if you're a resident and already involved with your local Tenant and Resident Association, or have experience in housing or other service industries.
It would also be suitable if you're not an NCH resident but would be interested in bringing your skills to our Board table.
Either way, you'll have a real drive and enthusiasm to deliver great services to our residents. Equally important is knowledge of the city and the desire to enhance our residents' health and wellbeing.
Support every step of the way
Joining the Board might sound a daunting idea we’re here to help you every step of the way. The training is friendly and informal, and looks at developing communication and teamwork skills, as well as finding out more about the work of Nottingham City Homes.
Click here to download the role description
Residents - If you'd like to know more, please call Cathy Dobb on 0115 746 9161 to arrange a meeting. If you currently volunteer on one of our panels, you may not have to give up that role if you become a Board Member, as we'll look at how we can support you in this. If, after that meeting, you'd still like to apply, please email your CV and a personal statement no longer than two sides of A4 saying how you meet the criteria, in confidence, by midday on Monday 30 July
Independents - if you have a strong commitment to Nottingham City Homes’ vision, values and goals, you believe in the value of social housing and you're committed to putting residents at the heart of what we do, we would love to hear from you. We particularly welcome applications from those with skill-sets that would be useful at Board level - please follow this link for more information.
Together we are one
Vice Chair of the Board and NCH Resident, Sarita-Marie Rehman-Wall has written this poem about her involvement journey with NCH, what being an NCH Board Member means to her and the difference that can be made when residents make their voices heard.