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Breakfast with the Hon Peter Chandler, Minister for Housing in the NT
We are continuing our series of Networking Breakfasts with industry leaders
throughout Australasia. Our following event will take place in Darwin. The Hon Peter Chandler,
Minister for Housing in the Northern Territory, has generously agreed to present his portfolio and share his vision for social housing in the Northern Territory and Housing NT under his leadership. The breakfast will be held on Monday, 14th October 2013, 7-9 am, at Mantra Pandanas Darwin. Register for the event on-line.
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September 2013 edition of HousingWORKS - 'Ending Homelessness'
Following the interesting and successful collaboration with the Council to Homelessness Persons during the preparation of the joint edition of HousingWORKS - Parity magazine, we've decided to continue exploring the important topic of homelessness. The topic of the following, September 2013, edition of HousingWORKS is"Ending Homelessness" and we are welcome contributions from the industry. Share your experience of how your organisation helps homeless people. Whether you have developed effective models of collaboration between homelessness and housing providers; or management of your organisation participated in the 'CEO sleep-out', share your story with peers as every little effort is important if it helps to reduce the level of homelessness or inspires others to act to solve homelessness in our communities.
Please, read the detailed Contribution Guide. Articles should be submitted electronically by e-mail to email@example.com by Friday, 20th September 2013. Remember, you do not need to be a professional writer to publish interesting and valuable work.
Please, note that the HousingWORKS journal is a part of your AHI Membership Package and you will receive your copy only if your membership fee for 2013-2014 Membership Year is paid. If you haven’t had a chance to renew yet, please download your invoice and renew on-line.
Property Services Manager
Perth, WAThis position is responsible for the Strategic and Operational Leadership of the Property Services Team to develop and deliver a high quality and professional maintenance service, including long term planned maintenance, cyclical maintenance, day to day responsive repairs, and vacant property works to a mixed portfolio of residential properties. Read more
Housing Operations Team Leader
Christchurch, New Zealand
As the Team Leader Housing Operations you will lead a team focused on delivering a top notch social residential accommodation service to City Housing clientele. In addition, this role will manage the operation and delivery of the Council’s housing tenancy service, facilitate the provision of tenant welfare services, assist with the facilitation / delivery of reactive and programmed maintenance and oversee the tenancy management of the Council’s non-social residential properties. Read more
Director National and Strategic Policy
The Director National and Strategic Policy is the senior officer who is the key point of contact, facilitates, negotiates and prepares analysis and briefings in relation to national matters. The position represents the Department at the senior officer level supporting the Select Council on Housing and Homelessness. Read more
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The National Housing Conference 2013The National Housing Conference 2013 – a new way home
is now less than 2 months away and will bring together the key decision-makers
from the government, private and the not-for-profit sectors who decide on future public, community and private affordable housing. If you work in the social housing sector then you need to be at this conference!
The overarching theme - a new way home
is about new ways of solving contemporary housing problems and will be explored through 6 major program themes:
1. DisabilityCare and housing provision
2. The roles of Government and NFP in housing supply
3. Economic development and Indigenous communities
4. Homelessness prevention through mainstream services
5. Urban renewal and the supply of affordable housing
6. Housing in the economy
Join your colleagues in Adelaide to celebrate achievements, workshop innovations in practice, and scrutinise the latest research finding
s. This conference is for those who seek to make a difference and want to lead the way in creating a new way homefor Australia. Make sure you register before 30 September and save nearly 20% - late registration fees will apply from October
. To register, or find out more visit: www.nhc.edu.au/adelaide2013