Terms and Conditions


The salary for the post is circa £85k per annum - £80,750 rising to £85,000 on successful completion of the probationary period.

In addition, there is a defined contribution pension scheme, with an employer contribution matched up to 10% of salary.


  • Childcare Allowances £50 per month per child of pre-school age
  • Gym Membership of up to £20 per month
  • Free tea and coffee in our offices
  • Flexible Working
  • Free Parking
  • Multiple Wellbeing initiatives including, “Walk and Talk” where you are encouraged to go on a walk and talk to a colleague whilst you do so, free fruit & discounted individual health care cash plans to help with budgeting everyday health needs and also provide cover for the unexpected. You can claim cashback on dental check-ups, fillings, physiotherapy, eye tests, glasses and much more up to annual limits. 
  • Sponsored Personal Development
  • Professional Membership financial support

When we work

Cobalt keeps typical office hours from Monday to Friday. However, our leadership roles and as such flexibility is expected in fulfilling role requirements. This will include evening work and occasional weekends too.

Depending on the role you are interested in, the annual leave entitlement is generous. For Executive Team members we have 28 days holiday, plus 3 days shutdown over the festive period plus public/bank holidays. There is also a service related holiday entitlement and an extra day reward for full attendance. Holidays will be pro rata for part time colleagues.

Where we work

Our head office is based at 199 Lower House Lane, Liverpool, L11 2SF. Regular travel is expected across the Neighbourhoods, as is very occasional national travel, in line with the requirements of the role.

Probation and notice periods

Confirmation of employment is subject to satisfactory completion of a six-month probationary period. The contractual period of notice after passing probation depends on the role you are applying for.

Equal opportunities

Cobalt Housing is fully committed to eliminating discrimination and promoting equality and diversity in our workforce and employment practices, in the work we undertake, and in the provision of all our services.

We therefore expect all Cobalt staff to be willing and able to make a positive contribution to the promotion and implementation of our Equality and Diversity policy.

Cobalt Housing is fully committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We welcome and value diversity. We aim to develop all our staff and to enable them to make a full contribution to meeting our objectives and to fulfil their own potential on merit. We will not tolerate harassment or other unfair discrimination on grounds of sex, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, disability, age, religion or sexual orientation. We will promote and support the use of a range of flexible working patterns to enable staff to balance home and work responsibilities; and we will treat people fairly irrespective of their working arrangements.

We are committed to meeting, wherever possible, any needs you specify in your application, we will consider any reasonable adjustments under the terms of the Equality Act 2010 to enable any applicant with a disability (as defined under the Act) to meet the requirements of the post.

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