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Development Manager Choice Housing

  • Closing Date: 9 August 2022
  • Location: Belfast
  • Salary: £38,296 - £49,238pa
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Hours: 37
  • Job Ref: DM/4975/0722
Work with NIFHA

Choice Housing is one of the largest independent housing associations in Northern Ireland. We work hard for our customers, developing new homes that are urgently needed and delivering high quality services, while providing value for money. Our work creates sustainable, thriving neighbourhoods.

Development Manager

Salary Scale£38,296 – £49,238pa

Job Reference:  DM/4975/0722

The Development Manager will assist the Head of Development to ensure the Association builds houses of all tenure to the highest possible standard providing efficient solutions for a range of housing needs. The post holder will operationally manage and have responsibility for the best practice delivery of the Social Housing Development Programme to ensure projects are achieved on time and within budget and in accordance with the required quality standards.

Our employees have access to a range of benefits:-

  • 28 days annual leave and 12 public holidays,
  • Generous pension contribution
  • hybrid working opportunities
  • Enrolment in a health cash plan
  • Death in service payment
  • Highly competitive salary
  • Dedicated Health and Wellbeing champions/Mental Health First Aiders
  • Learning and Development opportunities
  • Essential car users allowance for relevant roles
  • Choice Housing is a Family Friendly & Equality And Diversity Award Winning Organisation

Further information including the job description, personal specification and further benefits can be found on the link on

Completed application forms should be returned by 5pm, Tuesday 9th August 2022.

Please note, the Association reserves the right to create a reserve list following the interview process.

NB: The panel may enhance the criteria in order to facilitate short-listing of the post.

“Choice Housing Ireland Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer”