A career at Apex
Apex Housing Association (Apex) provides housing, care and support for the needs of the whole community in a variety of settings across Northern Ireland Ireland.
Apex is a major housing association managing a stock of more than 5,500 homes, which will grow to over 7,000 when our current planned programmes are completed. Our business is housing and associated care and support services. We employ over 600 staff throughout the organisation. We’re also an accredited Investor in People.
Read more about the types of careers and the benefits we can offer below.
Current job vacancies at Apex
Full details of all vacancies currently available are at:
Who we need
At Apex, we’re always looking for hard-working, passionate people to help us make Apex better.
The types of roles within Apex include:
- Laundry assistants
- Kitchen assistant
- Staff nurses/Residential officer
- Residential workers
- Care assistants
- Scheme managers
- Support workers
These jobs could be located across our:
- Learning Disabled Schemes
- Mental Health Schemes
- Sheltered Schemes
- Nursing Schemes
- Addiction Units
Types of careers at Apex
Housekeepers: Ensure that the scheme remains clean and tidy so that we can continue to provide tenants and members of the public with high levels of service.
Cooks: Provide efficient and effective catering services to all people, to set menus and provide meals, ordering and stock taking. Adhere to Environmental Health Regulations.
Laundry assistants: Ensure that the laundry requirements of the scheme are met so that we can continue to provide residents with high levels of service.
Kitchen assistant: Provide support to the cook and ensure the efficient running of meal times. Help with food preparation and domestic duties.
Residential workers: Work with other members of staff to meet the care needs of tenants and residents in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes independence.
Care assistants: Work with other members of staff to meet the care needs of tenants and residents in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes independence.
Scheme managers: Assumes responsibility for the day to day running of the scheme and ensure as far as possible, the safety and well being of the residents. Participate in support planning. To undertake and ensure the proper administration, management and maintenance of the scheme in accordance with the Association’s standards and procedures.
Support workers: Work with other members of staff to meet the care needs of residents with alcohol and drug misuse issues in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes independence.
Staff nurses/Residential officers: Ensures that the provision of care is appropriate to the social, emotional and physical needs of each resident.
We’re a growing organisation, so there are plenty of opportunities to learn and grow.
- Annual Leave entitlement –
Equivalent to 4 weeks annual leave and 12 statutory days. Your entitlement will be pro-rated in your first year of employment.
- Pension Scheme –
The company has a Pension Scheme that you can either sign up to or opt out of it.
If you are interested in working in any of the above areas keep a regular check of our Job opportunities.