I know my review is biased but you'd wonder if it wasn't.
I'm here 10 month but in that time we have added 25% to our workforce and we continue to grow. We have ambitious plans for the future. We want to do more of what matters to the people we support, our tenants and residents. Be part of this team.
There is a lot that's new about what we do and how we do it, hence the need for more people. Our Board have invested in the future and have confidence in the team to deliver for the people we support.
We are a value driven organisation and our purpose is key, making a difference by providing quality homes for people in housing need.
We are part of The Housing Alliance, the leading Approved Housing Bodies in Ireland and we aim to deliver as a key partner in the Rebuilding Ireland initiative.
We are based in Dublin city centre which brings with it the vibrancy of the capital city and the energy of a committed work force. You will experience team work, learning, training and do so in a fun way with opportunity to advance over time in what is becoming a professional career in housing.
Circle is a great place to work, with a great future, making a difference for people in need. Be part of an exciting and challenging sector.
City Centre (great transport links), learning and development, a new career option, making a difference for people in need, contributing to innovation, participating in shaping the future of both Circle and housing in Ireland
Parking (just as well there is good transport links), Charity sector so pay is not as good as the private sector but its not far off, flat structure so advancement is not as formal opportunities for advancement in other ways