Committee Member

  • VO78722
  • Board/trustee role


We have a full job decsription avaiable on request but the key areas are as follows:

• Lead and direct the Association’s work
• Promote and uphold the Association’s values
• Controlling the Association’s affairs and ensuring compliance
• Set and monitor standards for service delivery and performance
• Reviewing key performance areas such as finance, service provision
• Reviewing and approving the Association’s policies & strategies
• Making major financial decisions about the use of the Association’s resources
• Overseeing the way the Association manages risk
• Acting as the employer of the Association’s staff

Organisation aims and objectives

Paragon Housing Association Limited is a Registered Social Landlord operating in the Forth Valley area. We are a "not for profit organisation" and most of our income is used for the management, maintenance and improvement of our 1400 properties which are located in the Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling local authority areas. We were established in 1998 through a transfer of housing stock from Scottish Homes. We provide homes at social rent levels and our tenants may be eligible for assistance with meeting their rental payments through housing benefits. We have a programme of planned maintenance and improvement to ensure our housing stock is kept in good condition and meets the needs of our tenants. We hold our own waiting list for prospective tenants and assist local authorities in meeting the local demand for housing by accepting nominations for vacant properties from their waiting lists.










2nd Wednesday of month between 130-6


Must comply with the Association’s Rules - prospective members require to make a declaration of eligibility – further details available on request. We expect volunteers to join as members - £1 fee for life membership
Experience required: An interest in housing issues, wider community issues, committed to good governance and like working as part of a team
Travel details: The Mangement Commitee meets monthly - usually on a Wed afternoon but we are able to consider changing meeting times to best suit members. We meet in our office in Grangemouth and we will organise transport or pay reasonable travel expenses.
Minimum age: 16


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: 45p per mile, by cash or cheque on submission of claim
Taster available: Yes
Taster details: Opportunity to attend the meeting first
Training details: Induction session, information pack, tour around housing stock

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