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Share our vision and make a difference to the lives of those disadvantaged by housing and social need.

Our Vision is for a society where everyone is able to access the services they need to live a fulfilled life. We are working towards realising this vision by providing a range of personalised housing related support and training services to clients who are disadvantaged by housing and social circumstances, discrimination, financial exclusion and other forms of social need.

To do this, we need talented people. People who share the same vision and values and truly want to enhance the lives of our clients. We employ around 350 full and part-time employees in Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees and North Yorkshire. We offer a range of employment and career opportunities across our organisation in housing and support roles, administration, HR, IT, Finance, Property, Learning & Development.

Every job role contributes to the work we do to enhance the lives of our clients and allow them to build self-esteem, respect and independence. If you have the passion, the personality and the desire to be a part of our success, then we’d love to hear from you.

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We also have over 100 volunteers and student placements who support our services at any one time. If you are interested in volunteering with us, or looking for  a work placement position, you can find more information here volunteering opportunities – click here.


Current vacancies


Painter & Decorator

HHA20-13 Property Services
£22,000 per annum
40 hours per week

We are looking for an experienced Painter & Decorator to join the team. You will have responsibility for providing a painting and decorating service for properties owned or managed by Horton Housing including residential properties and commercial office space. You will also have responsibility for the management, mentoring and training of an Apprentice.

You will be City & Guilds or NVQ qualified or time served in painting & decorating. You will have an understanding of Health & Safety regulations and legislation and previous experience of managing and training apprentices. A valid driving licence is essential for this role.

Our Property Services team is responsible for ensuring that properties and land owned or managed by the organisation are maintained to a high standard and fully comply with regulatory standards and requirements.

In return, we offer some great benefits including:

  • 6 weeks’ annual leave plus statutory holidays
  • Free parking
  • Company van
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Contributory healthcare plan
  • Access to funding for continuous professional Development (CPD)

Painter & Decorator recruitment information pack

Horton Housing Association is a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to help people to live the best life they can through the provision of high quality housing, training, care and support.

To apply, email your CV to

Interview date is to be confirmed.


HR Manager

Based in Bradford

Reporting to the Head of HR, this is a newly created role to support the development of the organisation and recognises the importance placed on the HR function. You will build and maintain effective working relationships with managers to ensure high quality outcomes for the organisation, coaching managers to implement organisational and procedural change. This is a hands on operational role where you will get involved in all aspects of HR including resourcing, management of attendance, performance management, employee relations issues and general HR management interventions, support and guidance.

You will be an experienced HR generalist and line manager with an up-to-date knowledge of employment legislation and its application. You are an engaging trainer and facilitator, with the ability to design and deliver HR related training and development programmes. You have the necessary business writing skills required to develop well defined policies and procedures, and produce cogent reports and proposals.

Ideally, you will have a CIPD Level 7 qualification or equivalent. A valid driving license and use of vehicle for business use is essential.

We offer great benefits including:

  • Salary £30,000 per annum
  • 6 weeks annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Opportunity and funding for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
  • Free car parking and travel expenses
  • Professional subscriptions paid
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Contributory healthcare plan

To apply, please email your CV to

Interview date is to be confirmed.