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Compliance & Systemic Lead (x 4)

Scheme: Housing Ombudsman Service
Closing date:

If you’re naturally curious and possess the research investigations and relationship management skills to get to the root of an issue, as a Compliance & Systemic Lead, you’ll have a vital role in making a difference for millions of households.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the HOS website.

Head of Communications and Stakeholder Engagement

Scheme: Housing Ombudsman Service
Closing date:

An exciting opportunity to use your communications skills to promote positive change in the housing sector within a growing, ambitious and increasingly high-profile organisation.

Based within their new Quality, Engagement and Development (QED) team, reporting to the Director of QED and managing a small team, you will be responsible for developing, planning and implementing comprehensive and innovative communications and engagement strategies to raise awareness of the HOS, increase the visible impact of their work and share learning from their work through their Centre for Learning to their key stakeholders – residents, landlords and government.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the HOS website.

Data Analyst - Performance

Scheme: Housing Ombudsman Service
Closing date:

The Housing Ombudsman Service has an exciting opportunity for a data analyst, based within a newly established and innovative team, with responsibility for producing in depth and evidence-based insight that maximises the impact of their ability to make a difference for millions of residents.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the HOS website.

Communications Officer

Scheme: The Pensions Ombudsman
Closing date:

The Pensions Ombudsman has an opportunity for a Communications Officer to join their team based in Canary Wharf (with up to 80% homeworking after initial induction). You will be working on a full or part time basis on a permanent contract.

You will be part of a small but growing Corporate Services Team that has recently been expanded to 15 staff including the Deputy Chief Operating Office (Corporate Services). The team contributes to TPO’s business aims by providing corporate support to the organisation on all matters concerning Communications, HR, IT, Finance and facilities.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the TPO website.

Caseworker

Scheme: The Pensions Ombudsman
Closing date:

The Pensions Ombudsman has a number of opportunities for Caseworkers to join their team based in Canary Wharf (with up to 80% homeworking after initial induction). You will be working full or part-time basis on a fixed-term contract beginning on Monday 3rd October 2022 and ending on the 31st March 2023.  You will receive a competitive salary of £31,643 per annum.

For further information about the role, please visit the TPO website.

Independent Adjudicator

Scheme: Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education (OIA)
Closing date:

The Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education is looking for a new Independent Adjudicator from Spring 2023.

The Independent Adjudicator will jointly lead the OIA, with a focus on strategic leadership of casework and sharing learning from complaints.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit http://www.odgers.com/85665

Code of Conduct Lead Officer

Scheme: Public Services Ombudsman for Wales
Closing date:

The Public Services Ombudsman is looking to recruit a Code of Conduct Lead Officer to take a lead role on PSOW investigations into complaints made about Councillors within local authorities in Wales who may have breached their council’s statutory code of conduct.  This may also include other roles in jurisdiction.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the PSOW website.

Investigation Officer

Scheme: Public Services Ombudsman for Wales
Closing date:

The Public Services Ombudsman is looking to recruit Investigation Officers, whose role it is to investigate complaints from members of the public about unfair treatment or poor service through some failure on the part of devolved public bodies in Wales. The Ombudsman also investigates complaints made about Councillors within local authorities in Wales who may have breached their council’s statutory code of conduct.

For more information about the role and to apply, please visit the PSOW website.