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Chair of Audit

Hyde Housing Group
London (Greater)
£20,600 per annum
Closing date
21 Jun 2024

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Private sector
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Details

Hyde is one of the UK’s leading and award-winning providers of affordable housing, owning or managing c45,000 homes and housing 100,000 residents across London, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, the East of England and the East Midlands. 

Hyde’s rich history is one that we are proud of. Whilst remaining true to our heritage, our focus is firmly on the future and we are excited and inspired by what this holds for our customers, Hyde and the social housing sector. We are a people and service business, with commercial acumen and financial strength. Hyde is driven by our commitment to create a truly customer-centered business where we provide modern, energy-efficient and safe homes that meet people’s needs in the long term.

As we enter the fifth year of our thirty-year strategic plan, our mission is about recognising the role we can play in improving people’s life chances and creating social value for individuals, communities, and society as a whole.  

We are now recruiting a new Chair of Audit; a pivotal role on our board. Our new Chair of Audit will be financially qualified and have experience and knowledge of directing a complex, regulated business built around customers such as ours.

You will bring strategic leadership skills from a fast-paced organisation and strongly identify with our vision and priorities, enabling us to collectively achieve our objectives. We want to attract high calibre individuals who share our passion for delivering first class customer outcomes and who can bring a blend of professional and strategic skills to ensure that we achieve our mission and maintain our role as a key influencer in our sector.

Diversity and inclusion are integral to our social purpose as a developer of homes and communities, a provider of housing services, an employer and a business partner. It is also critical to delivering our vision of making a positive difference to people’s lives.

We are committed to the promotion of equality and we value the diversity of both our customers and our staff and this starts with our Board. We are a disability confident employer and value diversity in all its facets. We encourage people with the broadest possible range of backgrounds and perspectives to express an interest in this role. If this is your first non-executive role then we will support you to ensure that you develop and succeed.

If you would like to discuss this in more detail, please contact Rosie Gunn on 07964 841007, Delicia Coutinho on 07741 264892 or Ellie Masters-Gregory on 07867 455 223.


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