Working For Us

Are you:

  • a team player?
  • committed to providing value for money?
  • ready to make a difference?

We offer a comprehensive employee benefits package including:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Generous leave entitlement
  • Access to flexible working to promote a healthy work-life balance
  • Contributory occupational pension scheme*
  • Free private health insurance
  • Free Life Cover & Employee Assistance Programme
  • Continuous Professional Development

Grampian Housing Association is an excellent place to work.

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How to Apply

Click here to view our current vacancies and to apply online. (Please note we do not accept CVs.)

You are welcome to contact the Recruitment Team if you have any questions about a specific position or if you want more information about working for Grampian Housing Association (T: 01224 202900 or E: [email protected])

The Process

As soon as the closing date for a position has passed, we will review all the applications received, draw up a shortlist of candidates for interview and issue invitations electronically. Applicants that have been unsuccessful at this stage will be notified.  Depending on the post, the interview process could take different forms and may include a practical assessment, presentation, psychometric test or a second interview.  If you are successful at interview, we will contact you with a verbal offer and to identify a start date. References will also be taken up at this point. Assuming all goes well, we will follow up with a formal offer letter and contract.  Grampian is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications for employment from all members of the community. We firmly believe in appointing on merit and our recruitment process supports this.

Employee Benefits Package

*Pension scheme  - the Association provides a contributory money purchase occupational pension scheme.  In compliance with legal requirements employees who meet certain criteria will be automatically enrolled into the scheme after a period of service.  The employee may choose to opt out of the scheme.  The employee may join this scheme even if he/she does not meet auto enrolment requirements.  The employee may choose to contribute 5, 6 or more per cent of his/her basic pay.  Where the employee elects to contribute 5 per cent, the Association will contribute 10 per cent and where the employee elects to contribute 6 or more per cent, the Association will contribute 11 per cent. The employee may make additional voluntary contributions into the scheme in accordance with the rules of the scheme.  A contracting-out certificate under the Pension Schemes Act 1993 is not in force in respect of the scheme.

Trade Union Recognition

Grampian Housing Association recognises UNISON as the sole bargaining agent.

Pay and Grading Structure

Click here to view our current pay and grading structure.