Working with us

We are a housing association - providing high quality affordable homes, proud of our Irish roots and our experience in working with migrant communities.

Welcome to Innisfree

Established in 1985 to meet the housing and support needs of the Irish communities in London, we now own and manage over 577 homes, mainly in the London Boroughs of Brent, Camden and Haringey.

What we offer to our Innisfree employees

We are proud to be Investors in People Silver accredited and to be committed to paying the London Living Wage.

Leave – annual leave – 26 days’ holiday each holiday year (plus an extra day for each year’s service up to a maximum of five extra days), sick pay, bereavement, maternity and parental leave.

Well being – flexible working, eyecare vouchers and an Employee Assistance Programme.

Financial – pension plan with the Social Housing Pension Scheme (SHPS), annual cost of living pay reviews, annual bonus based on performance.

Travel: season ticket loan, Oyster Card, mileage scheme for cars, motorcycles and bicycles


Tenant Engagement Officer – Part time 21 hours per week
(12 month fixed term contract)

Tenancy Sustainment Officer – role shared between 4 Housing Associations

Salary: £29,508 per annum, plus essential car user allowance or Oyster Card and excellent benefits

We are a group of four London based Housing Associations; Ekaya HA, Hornsey Housing Trust, Shian HA and Innisfree HA, who have decided to work together to create this important new role to provide additional support to our residents.

This is a new role and we’re looking for someone with the skills, knowledge, experience and the right approach to come into the role and start making a positive difference for our residents.  You’ll be employed, managed and supported by staff from Ekaya and will have project meetings with staff from all four associations.

The purpose of this role is to help residents sustain their tenancies, to make sure they can access all the support and funds that are available to them, so that they maximise their income and can afford to live independently with dignity.  The role covers wide range of support and we’re looking for someone to be creative to finding solutions to the challenges that our residents are facing.

For full details of this role or to apply, please download the Tenancy Sustainment Officer advert and full job description