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Senior Regulatory Manager – Grade 7 (Administrative Officer)

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority is seeking applications for a Senior Regulatory Manager

Would you like to work for an organisation that really wants to make a difference?

If the answer is yes, then we may have the opportunity for you.

We are currently seeking applications for a Senior Regulatory Manager within the AHB Regulator. In particular, we would welcome applications from individuals with experience of working in the areas of finance, housing, governance, property management and tenant management or data analysis.

Our office is located in Dublin City Centre and provides the opportunity to work remotely up to 3 days per week.

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) is the independent regulator of AHBs in Ireland. It safeguards and oversees the effective governance, financial, property and tenancy management of 450 AHBs, who own and manage over 53,000 homes.

In your role, you will be able to manage a wide range of regulatory work including assessing risk, obtaining assurance and shaping proportionate regulatory engagement strategies with AHBs, to ensure they can deliver in the areas of governance, financial management and performance.

You will manage a Regulatory Team to oversee our assessment programmes of AHBs. You will also have the opportunity to work with colleagues across the regulator to contribute to the development of our regulatory framework, policy and guidance.

The closing date for receipt of applications is Noon on Monday 27th March 2023

Further information and application form

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