Here at Midland Heart we give more people an affordable place to call home. As a large housing organisation in the midlands with a friendly team of 1600 people, we’ve got big plans to develop more new homes in the region in the next 3 years.
We welcome talented people from every walk of life,at every stage of their career. Whether you want to build your career with us, or use your experience as a springboard to move on, we’re here to develop your potential. We offer an award winning benefits package along with the trust and flexibility you need to have an enjoyable and fulfilling working life.
We’re ambitious, we move quickly and we get the important things done. However, we understand there’s far more to life than work, so we’re here to be as flexible as we can to balance your home and working life.
We want our colleagues to have a rewarding career, but not at the expense of their families or other commitments. We offer flexible start and finish times, part time hours, condensed hours, remote working and job share. We’re always open to talk about what works for you and your family.
We’re here to provide you with the training and opportunities you need to develop your career. You’ll be empowered to make your own decisions, shape your role and decide what’s right for your team and our customers. We ask for a lot from you, but you’ll get the best from us in return.
Our Birmingham head office is a short walk away from New Street station and offers a wide variety of roles in departments such as HR, marketing, IT, finance, procurement, lettings, customer service and much more.
If you’re looking for a rewarding career alongside a friending and welcoming team, take a closer look at the flexibility, career progression and opportunities we can offer you here at Midland Heart.
Flexibility is key to help Julia Bailey manage a busy work life with a hectic home schedule.
Julia, HR Shared Services Manager, manages a team who deal with HR queries from colleagues across Midland Heart. If she didn’t have enough on a plate, Julia is also mother to three young children.
She said: “Our team is responsible for on-boarding new starters, processing payroll, as well as training administration and dealing with all general queries. It’s a really busy role and the team deal with a high volume of requests every single day.
“I have a twelve, seven and one year old. I work four days and pick the kids up from school twice a week.
“It’s the right balance for me, my team and Midland Heart. Being able to pick the kids up, cook dinner and do homework keeps things balanced at home, and I really look forward to the day I can spend with my youngest.
Julia added: “I’m set up to work from anywhere so I’m never too far away if I have an assembly or school play. My manager supports me in working from home or other locations that makes life that little bit easier.
“As long as you are completing your work, you are trusted to manage your time and work in a way that means you can balance your priorities.”
“I enjoy my role. It’s challenging and I work on something different every day. I work with some great, friendly people.
“Midland Heart have supported me with training, when I first started I was part way through a CIPD qualification, and they ensured I had the time I needed to finish my dissertation.”
So what is Julia’s secret for balancing things so that her work and home life get a fair share of her time?
“You have to be organised and you get into a routine. The fact that I work part time means I get a great balance that works for me and my family. I really appreciate doing a role I enjoy, without missing out on the gymnastics groups, boxing classes and other important milestones in my children’s lives”