What’s it like working for Yarlington Property Solutions?






What’s it like working for Yarlington Property Solutions?

Yarlington Property Solutions provide a professional repairs and maintenance service across our 10,000 plus properties. We receive 30,000 repair jobs each year. So, we’re always looking for new ways of working to help us respond efficiently and effectively.

We invest in our team members and with so many repair jobs we’re always looking for new people to be part of YPS. We’ll make sure you have all the skills needed to carry out repairs across many disciplines. It also doesn’t matter how far along you are in your career, we’ll give you the training and support you need to make it a success. So if you’re thinking about a new career or want to progress in your existing one, contact us to find out more.

Find out more from existing colleagues what it’s like to work for YPS

Hannah Maynard, Senior Works Planner

I’m very lucky to work with a great bunch of people who have brilliant repairs and maintenance knowledge. We work closely with the works supervisors and support each other on a daily basis

Read more about Hannah’s experience

Jess Trainee Surveyor

Jess Martin, Trainee Surveyor

My other colleagues are brilliant, I couldn’t have asked for better support within my team. The team are extremely busy, however I feel we work really well together and get the job done.

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Lara Peters

Lara Peters, Voids Co-ordinator, 3 Years At YPS

When we improve on targets it is the most rewarding feeling knowing we have achieved another goal
or smashed another target!

Read more about Lara’s experience

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Working at Yarlington

Yarlington offers a defined contribution pension scheme. All qualifying employees will be automatically enrolled into this scheme with the opportunity to opt out should they wish. Non-qualifying employees may also apply to join this scheme. Full details of our pension are available through HR Services.
Our annual leave entitlement is 26 days paid holiday, not including bank holidays. This is pro-rata for temporary staff, according to the length of their contract. And for part-time staff according to their working pattern, and the number of days they work per week. Operational heads receive 30 days. Continuous service for statutory employment rights, and holiday entitlement, start from the date your employment begins.
If you’re offered a job we will ask you to complete a health declaration which may, in certain circumstances mean we will require a medical assessment.
In accordance with Sections 15-25 of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, all employers are obliged to ensure their staff are permitted to work in the UK, by providing ID documents as specified by the Home Office, such as a valid passport or long birth certificate (with the parents name on), complete with proof of National Insurance. HR will let you know what to bring if you’re asked for an interview.
If you have declared a criminal conviction, and the interview panel believe this to have a bearing on the requirements of the post, they’ll discuss it in your interview. If appropriate to the vacancy, successful applicants will have their background checked with the Disclosure and Barring Service. Further information is available from HR Services.
All new employees will be subject to a 6-month probationary period.
Yarlington provide a variety of benefits for staff: • the Corporate Health Cash Plan (a voluntary health scheme) • Be Supported (an employee assistance programme offering counselling and support) • wellbeing initiatives which may include health screening and flu vaccinations • a salary sacrifice car purchase scheme • buying / selling of annual leave • discounted gym membership • a cycle to work scheme
All employees and job applicants will be afforded equal opportunities for employment and advancement with the company, based on their ability, qualifications, and suitability for work. And irrespective of their nationality, ethnic origin, any disabilities they may have, gender, marital status, age, sexual orientation, religion, or trade union activity.
Yarlington is committed to supporting our residents into employment. Yarlington Resident Positive guarantees interviews to at least two candidates who are also Yarlington customers, as long as they meet the essential criteria of the job specification. Disability Positive guarantees an interview to people with disabilities, as long as they meet the required criteria.
References are sought after an interview, and only for successful candidates. There may be occasions when we ask to see references before an interview. But only with an applicant’s consent. It’s always a good idea to contact your referees before you name them on your application.
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