Reall is an innovator and investor in climate-smart affordable housing for people living on low incomes in urban Africa and Asia.
Reall’s purpose is to improve the lives of 100M people in urban Africa and Asia by 2030 through affordable housing. We’re doing this because homes aren’t just a fundamental human right; they unleash unimaginable human potential to shape a future of gender parity, climate resilience, clean air, renewable energy, and socio-economic justice.
As Reall grows we need a motivated and highly organised Partnerships Co-ordinator to join our team. We are looking for an individual who has at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role, and who wants to develop their career within an exciting and continually growing for-purpose organisation.
Reporting to the Head of Operations, this is a key role supporting the technical Project Managers’ cluster, to work with Partners across Africa and Asia to assess, approve, and monitor the delivery of a portfolio of ‘build’ and ‘broker’ projects, demonstrating the investable proposition of the affordable housing market through market-transforming projects and a commercially viable and sustainable affordable home.
Full details are in the job description and person specification, which are available by clicking through to apply for this role.
With a modest UK-based team, Reall is an organisation driven by efficiency, with comparatively huge ambitions and a track record of significant success.
Our internal operations are underpinned by a culture of psychological safety, promoting trust, curiosity, and confidence. This means that staff feel secure to speak their minds, tackle challenges creatively, and can never be described as risk averse.
A committed investor in its staff, Reall promotes an environment of conscious diversity in all its forms. You’ll be joining a high-performing, cohesive team with its sights firmly on global impact.
Reall is committed to equality and diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from candidates who are black, Asian, minority ethnic, LGBTQ+, and those who have disabilities, because we believe a diverse and inclusive workforce is important for our organisation and will lead to greater results and enhance our way of working.
Please ensure that you upload both a CV and a covering letter explaining why you are applying for this role, in order for your application to be considered.
You must have the right to live and work in the UK to apply for this role. Visa sponsorship is not available.
Applications close at 5pm GMT on Friday 10th December.