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Pupils have Designs on a Shared Future at new Housing Schemes

More than 400 children from primary schools in Belfast, Banbridge and South Down have take...

ROSETTA COTTAGES TO BE RESTORED

Work has started on the restoration of Rosetta Cottages by Clanmil Housing Group’s new Hea...

PERFECT NAME FOR NEW DEMENTIA HOUSING SCHEME

Clanmil Housing and Belfast Health and Social Care Trust recently approached pupils at St ...

What our tenants say

Working For Clanmil

Clanmil is a social housing provider with over 4,000 units of accommodation and circa 250 staff throughout Northern Ireland.

The culmination of 4 years of hard work on recognising and valuing the commitment of Clanmil staff was recognised by the successful award of the Investors in People accreditation in 2005 and re-accreditation in 2008. In March 2007, Clanmil won the Working Families Institute of Directors National Award for Small Business. Clanmil were the only company in Northern Ireland shortlisted for the award. In June 2009, the Association won the Health and Well Being category of the Business in the Community Awards.

The spirit with which these benefits are offered to staff is one of a genuine wish to enrich both home and work life and to make Clanmil an “Employer of Choice”.

The package is innovative and vibrant, and a leaflet summarising the package is available for download.

Click here to download our work life balance leaflet

Click here to download our Equal Opportunities Policy

Click here to download our Guidance Notes for Completing Applications document




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Latest News

Pupils have Designs on a Shared Future at new Housing Schemes

More than 400 children from primary schools in Belfast, Banbridge and South Down have take

ROSETTA COTTAGES TO BE RESTORED

Work has started on the restoration of Rosetta Cottages by Clanmil Housing Group’s new Hea

PERFECT NAME FOR NEW DEMENTIA HOUSING SCHEME

Clanmil Housing and Belfast Health and Social Care Trust recently approached pupils at St