Reference Number: 7373aa
About the Role
Haumaru Housing LP is a Community Housing Provider (CHP) registered for-profit NGO established by The Selwyn Foundation in partnership with Auckland Council, and is seeking an Independent Director. Haumaru Housing Limited Partnership is governed by a board of five Directors. As a 51% shareholder, The Selwyn Foundation appoints three Directors with Auckland Council appointing two Directors. This appointment will be made by The Selwyn Foundation and is for one of their three appointed members. Board members are expected to attend eight board meetings per year as well as the AGM and at least one visit to a facility. Meeting duration is approximately three hours and the terms of appointment are a maximum of three terms of three years each. The position is remunerated.
What you bring
To ensure the most appropriate board composition for the future, The Selwyn Foundation is seeking to identify and appoint an Independent Director with a depth of experience in a relevant sector involving community housing or property development. Additionally, the Independent Director will need to add to the strength of the existing Haumaru Auckland Ltd board through sound strategic and commercial acumen balanced with a genuine commitment to communities and alignment to the values of The Selwyn Foundation. Qualities of professionalism, strategic orientation and collaboration will be critical.
About Haumaru Housing
Haumaru Housing LP was established in 2017 by The Selwyn Foundation in partnership with Auckland Council primarily for the continued quality management of Auckland Council’s older persons housing stock, but with the wider focus of developing communities of affordable rental housing for older people with limited resources and fixed incomes.
More than simply providing housing, the partnership is also about securing the futures of older people and enhancing their wellbeing.
The portfolio currently consists of 1,452 rentals across 63 villages across Auckland. Additional partnership opportunities will continue to be explored to meet New Zealand’s growing needs.
This position represents an opportunity for Directors to advance the growth of a high performing housing provider, and to work passionately in a team with other Directors and Chief Executive.
To apply in strict confidence now, please complete the ‘apply for this job’ application form, attaching your cover letter and CV. Applications close on 31 January 2021. Emails will be electronically acknowledged, and further correspondence may be by email.
To view the Candidate Briefing document please click here.
For more information please phone David Hammond on +64 27 444 6368.
To apply use application form or email email@example.com
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