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A great place to work!

We are committed to providing a supportive working environment that maintains and promotes the health and wellbeing of all our staff. We employ over 40 members of staff and are supported by over 15 volunteers.

Join our team

Grounds Maintenance Assistant

working across our housing schemes in Lincolnshire

We are seeking to recruit a Grounds Maintenance Assistant to provide a range of soft landscaping tasks such as grass cutting, strimming, pruning, weeding and hard landscaping duties as required across our housing schemes in Lincolnshire.

Cook

Olsen Court

We are seeking to recruit a Cook at our Housing with Extra Care scheme, Olsen Court in Lincoln. If you are passionate about working in the hospitality industry, and prefer sociable hours this role may be for you. You will be working to a rota, to include alternate weekends, with additional hour required to cover absence, and Bank Holidays. Working hours are between 8.00am and 4.00pm. However, flexible working can be considered to accommodate caring responsibilities.

Our People

To provide such a wide range of services we require the support of a dedicated team of staff, board members and volunteers. Together, we have the skills, knowledge and experience required to ensure that our services provide our residents with a much-improved quality of life and a higher standard of living.

Our Board of Management

We are managed by a voluntary Board of Management.

Meet the board

Our staff

We have a dedicated team of staff in a wide range of roles.

About our staff

Volunteers

Offering support to residents and staff within schemes and events.

LACE volunteers

Our Objectives, Our Values and Our Culture

Our Values

We hold dear and seek to express the following Values in all of our policies and activities.

Excellence By encouraging best practice, we will strive to deliver quality services to the highest possible standard.

Diversity We will treat everyone with the respect and dignity that we all deserve.

Openness We will encourage an honest and open culture without fear of judgement.

Potential We will empower everyone to achieve their full potential.

Innovative Together we will seek to be creative exploring new ways of working.

Integrity We will ensure that our actions are for the right reasons.

Our Culture

To underpin our values, we have adapted the following Culture:

• To be kind and to care.

• To keep people safe.

• To be honest.

• To work together and develop meaningful partnerships.

• To be a learning organisation, through listening, engaging with residents and staff and embrace change and be at the heart of our communities.

Our Objectives:

To provide and maintain a wide range of specialist housing schemes for older and vulnerable people.

Within this overall objective we are committed to:

a) Providing excellent services, focusing on people, places and partnerships.

b) Providing well designed, safe, secure, good quality and energy efficient places that residents are proud to call home.

c) Exercising good governance and maintaining strong finances.

d) Delivering sustainable growth to meet the needs of older and vulnerable people within the community.

e) Being a great place to work.

If you wish to be part of our successful team, look out for any opportunities within the Association listed below.

Employment with LACE Housing Association is subject to a Disclosure Barring Services (DBS) check at a basic level. However, some roles will require either a standard check or an enhanced check with an adults barred list. Please see the Recruitment statement and individual advertisement for DBS level requirements.

Homes England
Regulator of social housing
Blue skies consortium
Dementia Action Alliance
Housing Ombudsman Service
Lincs Independent Living Partnership
National Housing Federation