An exciting opportunity has arisen for a property manager to join our client's thriving residential block and estate management business, located in Buckinghamshire.
They are looking for a property professional, of graduate calibre, to join their friendly team of thirteen, based near Aylesbury but working across the northern home counties.
The successful candidate will be responsible for a portfolio of blocks and estates and will manage them on behalf their Residents Management Companies. This is an interesting and varied position, which involves both office-based and on-site work. Their objective will be to retain and develop the business by delivering a high standard of care and excellent customer service to the directors, lessees and residents of the properties they manage.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Preparing service charge budgets
- Visiting the developments to carry out routine inspections of their condition
- Arranging reactive and proactive maintenance
- Ensuring contractors carry out their work to specification
- Dealing with enquiries from residents and leaseholders
- Ensuring compliance with health and safety regulation
- Regular reporting to clients
- Arranging and attending client meetings
The successful candidate will be IT literate, with excellent attention to detail, strong customer service skills and the ability to organise their time effectively. As well as being a strong team player they will be able to work on their own initiative, think creatively and to negotiate solutions.
They will be working for an ambitious and forward thinking company that encourages professional development and will offer recognised training. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to develop a career in the sector.
Experience of leasehold property management and an appropriate qualification would be an advantage but not essential if you can demonstrate appropriate transferable skills. You must have a willingness to be flexible and be keen to acquire knowledge and skills. A full UK driving licence and your own vehicle are also required. The hours are 37.5 hours per week including one Saturday in every six. Occasional evening work (to attend residents meetings) is also required.
To be considered for this role, please apply today.