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At Magna, our vision is to create great homes together - with our colleagues, our customers, through partnerships and with our local community.
A great home means different things to different people and we’re always keen to know what it means to our customers and community. Recently, Stephanie Lloyd-Foxe, Building Safety Manager at Magna, organised a full-day event for 175 students in year 10, at The Woodroffe School in Lyme Regis, to design a home of the future.
As part of its commitment to invest in the work of local communities, Magna Housing has donated materials to support the opening of the new Fontmell Down Forest School.
Our customers' safety is really important to us - so much so that it’s one of our core objectives over the next three years. To support this, we’ve also joined the National Social Housing Safety and Compliance campaign.
Magna Housing is delighted to welcome four new members to its board and one new independent committee member.
We know the importance of giving back to our communities, which is why we support our colleagues to have a volunteering day each year. This year our asset management team were busy supporting the Jim Cronin Memorial Fund with some practical, outdoor, Covid-safe activities. Louise Vincent one of our contract managers shares their experience.
Supporting our local communities and being a great place to work are two really important things to us here at Magna. We want to be the place where talented and ambitious people enjoy rewarding and fulfilling careers in an inspirational environment.
This week we are sharing some fantastic stories from successful women across Magna as we proudly support International Women's Day. Cimmie Hannam, painter and decorator apprentice, shares her story.
This week we are sharing some fantastic stories from successful women across Magna as we proudly support International Women's Day. Stephanie Lloyd-Foxe, Project Manager within our asset management team, shares her story.
Our ambition is to be a great place to work, where talented and ambitious people enjoy rewarding and fulfilling careers in an inspirational environment which is why we’re keen to support the talent of tomorrow. One of the ways we do this is by working with local schools in Dorset through the Enterprise Adviser Network.
We’ve been employing apprentices for some time here at Magna. It's a great way to bring new skills and talent into #TeamMagna and to help people get onto the employment ladder and reach their full potential.
Danielle shares her journey to completing a Level 3 Apprenticeship in Business Administration at Magna.