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Managing Partner in Residential and Commercial Property

2M Legal

Southampton, Southern
1 day ago
Southampton, Southern
£52k - £100k Per Year
1 day ago
£52k - £100k Per Year

Managing Partner with experience in residential and commercial property/private client
Southampton
£52,000 + DOE
An opportunity has arisen with one of our clients for a Managing Partner with experience in Residential and commercial property or Private Client matters. The firm is growing fast both organically and via acquisition, and currently has offices in London, Southampton Cheshire and overseas.
Taking over from the current managing partner, the role will be to lead and manage the day to day running of the three Southampton locations. You will have full support and autonomy, however, the current managing partner will remain at the firm for handover to allow a smooth and supportive transition of clients.
The successful candidate will have extensive experience and residential and commercial matters and experience in managing and mentoring colleagues. Although having a following is preferred it is not essential as you will inherit a caseload.
If you are interested in progressing with your legal management career press "Apply now" or contact Sabina on 01329565064 or book an appointment by clicking the link https://calendly.com/sm2mlegal/partnership-meeting
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Senior Leasehold Property Manager

Andrews Property Group

Amesbury, SW
10 days ago
Amesbury, SW
10 days ago

Senior Property Manager- Home Based with travel to Bristol

Standard hours: Monday - Friday 9.00am - 6.00pm but part-time and flexible workingconsidered

At Andrews opportunities come thick and fast for those with the energy and initiative to take them. The ability, hard work, and integrity of our employees have made us one of the UK's most successful independent property specialists. If you can demonstrate the same qualities the sky is the limit.

The Senior Leasehold Property Manager Role

As a Senior Property Manager you will be responsible for delivering the professional, flexible and responsive service that you expect from Andrews. Experience Property Management and knowledge of the legal requirements of Leasehold is essential.

The successful candidate will be:

  • Effectively dealing with telephone enquirers and ensuring regular client communication
  • Monitor requests for repairs and maintenance from leaseholders/ freeholders making sure they are all dealt with quickly and efficiently and ensure work is completed to client satisfaction.
  • Deal with insurance claims
  • Ensuring progress notes are taken
  • And many other duties

The Skills you’ll need

You thrive under pressure and will take pride in liaising with landlords, tenants and contractors to resolve both technical and practical issues and you can deliver impressive levels of customer service. Previous Leasehold experience is essential.

In addition, you will be able to demonstrate:

  • Strong administrative and IT skills
  • The ability to work as part of a successful team
  • Superb organisation and communication skills
  • Full driving licence

In exchange for your commitment and flexibility, you will be offered a great opportunity to join a business that believes in nurturing your career, valuing your commitment and rewarding you with an attractive package that really does add up.

We look after our people as well as we look after our customers. If you are successful with us you will be offered an attractive benefits package to include commission, training, exciting career opportunities and other fantastic benefits.

This is a fantastic opportunity so please apply today. We have our vacancies on a rolling basis. So don't delay, apply today!

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Residential Development Manager

FirstPort Ltd

Gosport, Southern
2 days ago
Gosport, Southern
2 days ago

Job Role: Residential Development Manager (Ref 5279)

Location:   Gosport, Hampshire

Salary: £15,870.40 per annum plus accommodation included

Job Sector: Retirement - Independent Living 

Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm (35 hours per week)

As Residential Development Manager, you will contribute to our vision of being the UK's favourite residential property manager by:

  • Ensuring there's a welcoming, friendly and courteous environment within the development 
  • Making sure the building is well maintained and safe
  • Being exceptionally organised to stay on top of all the admin that comes with alongside communicating with the customers about upcoming changes, events or works

The Residential Development Manager reports directly into the Area Manager.

About You

You will currently be working within or have experience of a customer service environment and have a passion for providing an exceptional level of customer service at all times, ideally in a face to face environment.

Warm and friendly communication comes naturally to you, and you are able to resolve issues and any complaints effectively to the customers complete satisfaction quickly and efficiently.

You have experience of  challenging and/or emergency situations and always remain calm and take the necessary actions with a high standard of professionalism. Health and safety is of great  importance to you, and you have experience of performing daily checks and keeping accurate records to ensure everything is kept on track.

You are self-motivated and pro-active, you enjoy working independently but also enjoy having other supportive colleagues you can build relationships with at regular team meetings.

You are IT savvy and are confident in using laptops / tablets and are fluent in the different MS packages.

Your ideal role will be a varied one, where you're not stuck behind a desk all day; You enjoy working with people and helping to make a difference to enhance their lifestyle on a day to day basis.

About Us

FirstPort is the largest and most experienced residential property manager in the UK, employing more than 3,000 colleagues dedicated to looking after peoples' home. 

Great property management is about more than just bricks and mortar. We recognise and value the contribution our people make to our business and we are committed to ensuring they are skilled and equipped to do the best job they can and that they have the opportunity to realise their full potential.

Our Values set out the commitments we have made to deliver excellent service and they inform the relationships that we have with customers and clients.  They shape our culture and are used in measuring and rewarding performance.

Main Responsibilities

  • Maintain a high profile around the development / office,  ensure our residents are checked within our requirements. 
  • In the event of an emergency, call the appropriate response team or authorities.
  • Carry out daily checks ensuring the building is safe and secure, keeping all communal areas, gardens and grounds clean and maintained through effective management of contractors.
  • Be responsible for all works being completed, raising orders, managing contractors, monitoring progress and signing off completion.
  • Encourage and support the formation of a Residents Association, and work with them to enhance the customer experience for residents.
  • Help build a sense of community by encouraging and supporting a Social Committee to plan and run social events for all residents.
  • Build and maintain links with residents family members, local authorities; Doctors, Social Workers, Health Authority etc as required and appropriate.
  • Maintain records   in line with internal procedures, ensure all data is protected and kept secure at all times.
  • Assist in the sale and re-sale of property via estate agents, make new residents feel welcome and help them settle in; where possible being present to welcome them. 
  • Work across your local peer team of  Development Managers for advice and day to day support and travel to team / company meetings on a monthly / annual basis

Our Values

Friendly  - We look out for people's best interests, and show them we care by dealing with them in a warm and friendly manner.

Inventive  - We're creative and resourceful. We strive to improve what we do and how we do it, so we can provide the best ideas and solutions to look after people, their homes and communities.

Respectful  - We listen, consult and take on-board people's opinions and needs. We understand the importance of the home and community in people's lives, and act with respect at all times.

Skilled  - We've the qualifications, experience and take great pride in our work to consistently deliver the highest standards and value for money. We're informed, and we're always building on that knowledge to constantly improve our quality of service.

Trustworthy  - We're always professional, reliable, open and honest. People can depend on us to keep our promises and follow through on our commitments.

The Benefits

Our customers deserve the best and the same applies to our people.  We'll support you with all of the technology, training and support that you need to do your job well.  We offer competitive salaries and a range of benefit packages. In addition to the core benefits, we also offer a range of exclusive discounts on extra benefits to help you and your family make the most of your money, safeguard your future and look after your health.

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Community Delivery Manager

Hermes

Southampton, Southern
11 days ago
Southampton, Southern
11 days ago
We are currently recruiting for a Delivery Manager on a permanent contract within our Southampton Region Field Team, covering our Delivery Units in SouthamptonWhy join our Southampton Region Field Team?As a business, Hermes is driven by our four values of; Do the right thing, Dare to be different, Strive for more and Be customer obsessed. It’s because of these values that we are the UK’s leading consumer delivery service handling over 300 million parcels per year and still growing.Because of this, sometimes our self-employed Couriers need a little assistance and that’s where our Delivery Managers come in. You’ll be part and parcel in solving problems for our customers before they become real issues. It’s an old cliché but no two days are the same which makes for an exciting and fast paced working environment bringing you both challenge and reward in equal measure.What you will do:Act as a point of contact for when our self-employed Couriers have issues or need help and guidance. Think of it as part problem solver and part community hero, keeping our self employed Couriers motivated and safe.Ensure that all work has been allocated and picked up by our self-employed Couriers and where this may not be the case, find solutions to ensure that our customers’ delivery is achieved. Review data to ensure our self-employed Couriers are performing and are on track and where relevant, step in to check if there are any issues and offer appropriate solutions to ensure customer satisfaction.You will be responsible for the engagement of self-employed Couriers working out of a number of delivery units within a set geographical area. You will be the face of recruitment for your delivery units, ensuring you have full coverage for your area and ensuring that self-employed Couriers are welcomed and enjoy a great induction experience.Submit reports and data to continually improve the service we offer.You will be accountable for cost management and budgeting.Monitoring and driving improvement across a number of performance measures including speed of service, standard/next day delivery, collections, C2C, claims/enquiries and end of life to ensure customer and client satisfaction.Essential skills and experience required:A full UK car driving licence with less than 6 penalty points as you'll drive between sites across your region.The ability to deal with people and conflict, you will need to be able to think on your feet and come up with solutions to problems.You must be highly organised and efficient in being able to prioritise and manage sometimes conflicting problems as they arise.A good geographical knowledge of the local area that you will be responsible for.You will be required to work on a weekend on a rotation basis and must also be available to deal with any major problems/issues outside of the usual 9-5 as and when they arise.You will already have previous experience of managing large teams across multiple sites/locations, coaching and interviewing/recruiting people. Without all this experience, unfortunately we will not be able to consider your application.Proficient with Microsoft Office Software such as Word, Outlook, Teams, Excel, PowerPoint etc.We are specifically looking to recruit somebody who is currently residing in OR who is within a short commuting distance of SouthamptonWhat we can offer you: We can offer you a company bonus, 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays, 3% contribution into your pension, life assurance and income protection.On top of this, we offer a great range of flexible benefits that aim to provide something for everyone, so whether you want shopping vouchers, insurance or healthcare we’ve got you covered.At Hermes, we don’t just accept difference — we celebrate it, we support it, we thrive on it and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer.Apply Today!
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Strutt %26 Parker - Property Manager - Banbury

BNP Paribas

United Kingdom
30+ days ago
United Kingdom
30+ days ago
Job Description
SP0554

The role


An exciting opportunity for an experienced Property Manager to join our lettings team in Banbury.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Manage an allocated portfolio of properties, providing efficient and accurate administrative and day to day management

  • Keeping fully compliant with up to date lettings legislation and best practice procedures referring to Team Manager as necessary

  • Acting as central contact for landlords, tenants and S&P team members during active tenancies

  • Providing excellent customer service to landlords, tenants and internal team members within S&P

  • Number of properties to manage 70-100

  • Branches allocated – 1

  • Checking all invoices and authorising for payment within 48 hours of receipt in the office

  • Performing property visits during active Tenancies

  • Sending visit reports to landlords and managing issues resulting from the visit

  • Carrying out preliminary property visits and organising quotes for repair/maintenance

  • Carrying out check in at start of tenancy

  • Appointment and monitoring of contractors

  • Ensuring both Landlord and Tenant comply with statutory and contractual obligations as per the tenancy agreement

  • Ensuring the inventory report is kept up to date during the tenancy with any amendments to the property captured

  • Arranging inventory checkouts and communicate to both Landlord and Tenant.

  • Dealing with all associated administration to agree with both parties proposed deposit deductions and deposit return

  • Raising and submiting TDS paperwork within reasonable time frame to not exceed the three month deadline when a dispute has arisen

  • Organising gas safety records and electrical certificates and ensuring smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are installed following all legislation

  • Updating master portfolio spreadsheet to reflect new properties and dis-instructions

  • Organising and following up any insurance claim on behalf of the Landlord where necessary

  • Dealing with tenant and client queries regarding property matters

  • Consulting and update Team Manager and Lettings Office Head where necessary

  • When required, welcoming visitors and dealing with as appropriate

  • Attending Lettings and team meetings

  • Notifying Team Manager of any potential property issues

  • Maintaining paperless filing system – ensuring accurate and up to date.

  • Keeping databases up to date Reapit

  • Proactively maintaining own legal knowledge and comply with all Lettings legislation

  • Ensuring the necessary processes and procedures are in place to support compliance

  • Ensuring accurate data entry and any missing data is obtained and incorrect data corrected

Person specification

Qualifications

  • Educated to A level and NFoPP qualification (Technical Award Level 3)

Experience

  • Demonstrable experience within a similar role
  • A smartappearance and professional approach is essential
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Customer-focused with commitment to maintaining excellent service standards at all times
  • Team Player
  • Must possess a composed manner in order to be able to work under pressure and problem solving
  • Organised and systematic - ability to priorities workloads
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • An understanding of confidentiality issues and the use of discretion
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Specified proccesses and routines, work to a fast paced environment
  • Good working knowledge of IT systems and user knowledge of Reapit a bonus
  • Car owner (essential)



BNP Paribas Real Estate is proud to be an inclusive employer, as recognised by our RICS Inclusive Employer status and the Stonewall Equality Index.

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Household Manager - Private London Residence

Juice Hospitality

6 days ago
6 days ago

Housekeeper/Housekeeping Manager - Private Household (North London) £9-10ph + complimentary live in and meals. 

A new position has arisen with a fabulous family in North London, they have a stunning house and would like to employ a full time housekeeper/housekeeping manager. Their present housekeeper will be leaving in November so they would ideally like to dovetail their departure with a new starter. The duties of this role will include housekeeping, cleaning, ironing, keeping the house running smoothly. Ideally the family would like to find someone who enjoys cooking so that they can enjoy their food too. In short this is an all round general housekeeping manager position. This role comes with wonderful live in accommodation, you will have your own entrance, bedroom and bathroom. The hours will be 5 and a half days a week, alternate weekends with a little flexibility on your side for special occasions which are usually planned well in advance. 

Salary £Gen with free live in and meals on duty.

Applicants should submit a CV with a full work history, once we have this we will conduct telephone/zoom interviews within 2 working days of application. 

 

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Strutt and Parker - Property Administrator - Exeter

BNP Paribas

United Kingdom
30+ days ago
United Kingdom
30+ days ago
Job Description
SP0542


The role





The successful candidate will have previous experience of working in a fast moving environment and be able to provide a high level of service to clients. Self-motivated with the ability to demonstrate reliability and flexibility is essential, as well as being comfortable and capable of working as part of a team.This is a full-time role (including some Saturdays) which involves supporting the sales team and includes day-to-day contact with our clients and potential buyers, matching buyers to properties and booking and undertaking some viewings.





Key deliverables


  • Registration of new buyers
  • Preparation of property brochures
  • Carrying out anti-money laundering checks
  • Liaising with potential buyers and arranging viewings/managing diaries
  • Processing client invoices
  • Maintaining client files and database
  • Where required establish and maintain trusted relationships with our clients to facilitate and accelerate the on-boarding processes.
  • Perform periodic reviews of accounts as required by the on boarding policies.
  • Interaction with the Client On-boarding Team, highlighting issues in a timely manner.


Person specification


  • Confident and pleasant personality
  • Excellent communication skills both over the telephone and in person
  • Experience and undertaking client due diligence, including completing independent searches and sanction checks.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues at all levels
  • Good organisational and co-ordination skills
  • Punctual and flexible in relation to working hours and duties
  • Prior experience interpreting policies and procedures associated with AML regulations.
  • Knowledge of MS Office: Word, Excel and Outlook, internet search engines.
  • An interest in working real estate/estate agency environment.


BNP Paribas Real Estate is proud to be an inclusive employer, as recognised by our RICS Inclusive Employer status and the Stonewall Equality Index.


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Strategic Land Manager

Rydon

30+ days ago
30+ days ago

We are currently seeking an experienced Strategic Land Manager to join Rydon Homes as part of our continued growth and success. Rydon Homes is a well-established development company specialising in the creation of high-quality homes across the south east of England, particularly in Kent, Sussex and Hampshire. In addition to development activities, Rydon Homes has an enviable reputation within strategic land management, where we purchase for onward trade/sale, with great success. 

We are well known for our high specification homes which are normally located in highly desirable, rural settings with excellent transport links into London. Our immediate and strategic land teams are also responsible for a portfolio consisting of single plots, to over 1,000 units within the same locality, depending on market demands. 

We are part of the Rydon Group, which delivers quality construction and maintenance solutions in the built environment for education, housing and healthcare. 

For more information about working at Rydon, please view our careers video here:

We are currently seeking an experienced Strategic Land Manager to join our busy land team, based in Forest Row, East Sussex. This role focuses primarily on the identification of strategic land opportunities and the management of the strategic land process from inception to completion. This involves managing the key stages from identification of land, navigating planning processes right through to the successful delivery of strategic land sites.  

As Strategic Land Manager, the successful applicant will assess the viability of proposed schemes (based on up to date knowledge of the political landscape and policy guidance). You will seek to progress opportunities that meet demands for allocation of housing and that are in keeping with political/local requirements. You will analyse and understand planning policies and procedures to ensure that local priorities, procedures and accepted standards are adhered to in order to progress strategic land opportunities to a successful outcome.

In order to achieve this, the successful applicant will manage the promotion of a portfolio of strategic land sites, set budgets, appoint/manage consultants, present to/negotiate with planning officers, and represent Rydon in joint promotions with other developers. This is a busy role and requires the candidate to draw on their deep understanding of the commercial implications of planning policies/planning decisions/masterplanning and more. 

Rydon is well-known for our personal touch, and as such, you will use your exceptional interpersonal skills to develop strong relationships with land owners built on trust. You will use your knowledge of basic property and contract law to identify risks and, then work with our teams to mitigate against these to deliver positive outcomes. 

This opportunity is exclusively focused on strategic (rather than immediate) land and therefore, would suit an individual who thrives on building long term relationships and enjoys the challenge of working on multiple long-term schemes. The role is offered with significant room for personal growth and development, for those wishing to further advance their career. 

The preferred applicant will demonstrate: 

  • Track record of managing strategic land opportunities from inception, through planning and to successful promotion/option
  • Ideally, experience of strategic land will have been gained within a similar Development company/homebuilder. Candidates with experience gained within a land consultancy will also be considered.
  • Alternatively, you may have experience gained in planning within local government and be looking for an opportunity to work within a developer. 
  • The preferred candidate will be RTPI or RICS qualified
  • Up to date Planning legislation and policy at a national and regional level
  • A track record of delivering strategic land opportunities
  • Managing job specific fee budgets and consultant appointments

If you have the above experience, and are looking to develop your career with a well-recognised and highly regarded strategic Land team, we'd strongly encourage you to apply. 

As a well established, progressive company we are committed to attracting and retaining individuals by offering an excellent benefits package that includes a wide range of core and voluntary benefits.

Rydon is an equal opportunities employer and promotes diversity in employment. Successful candidates will be selected solely on their ability to carry out the duties of the post.  

To apply online, please use the 'apply for this job link' at the top of this page.

Our application process is very straight forward allowing you to apply with a CV (from your Computer or Dropbox), LinkedIn, Facebook or Google+ and should take no more than a few short minutes. 

For details on our rewards, recognition and benefits pleaseclick here.

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Salary

£52k - £100k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

1 day ago

Description


Managing Partner with experience in residential and commercial property/private client
Southampton
£52,000 + DOE

An opportunity has arisen with one of our clients for a Managing Partner with experience in Residential and commercial property or Private Client matters. The firm is growing fast both organically and via acquisition, and currently has offices in London, Southampton Cheshire and overseas.

Taking over from the current managing partner, the role will be to lead and manage the day to day running of the three Southampton locations. You will have full support and autonomy, however, the current managing partner will remain at the firm for handover to allow a smooth and supportive transition of clients.

The successful candidate will have extensive experience and residential and commercial matters and experience in managing and mentoring colleagues. Although having a following is preferred it is not essential as you will inherit a caseload.

If you are interested in progressing with your legal management career press "Apply now" or contact Sabina on 01329565064 or book an appointment by clicking the link https://calendly.com/sm2mlegal/partnership-meeting