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Technical Surveyor - Property £210/day – 6 month contract Based in London Our client is a well established Nationwide Rail company whose professionalism and well respected name, have been instrumental in their success. You will need: * Relevant qualification (APM or similar) * Good communication * Positive and proactive team player * Intermediate Excel skills (pivot tables, look ups, charts, dashboards) The Role: * To provide high level administrative support to a number of micro projects including logging and reporting on 3rd party undertaken inspections of company stock and records management. * To deliver a range of property services to a client group, and be responsive and professional in the support and advice that is provided on the range of Property issues. Develop liaisons with all stakeholders to manage the property service provision effectively. * To provide support and deliver property transactions and services as required to meet the requirements of the client and/or benefit of the wider portfolio * To develop and maintain close and effective working relationships with internal colleagues to enable efficient and effective delivery as required by the client. Liaising with internal and external partners (solicitors, 3rd party suppliers, surveyors) as required. * To deliver a service strongly focused on customer requirements to all internal clients and external customers, outperforming service targets. Completion of all documentation in a timely and professional manner. * To identify opportunities and support changes required in delivery of Property Services overall strategy * To implement property solutions in support of delivery of a safe working environment and a safe rail system. Assist in good quality estate management in order to protect Network rail infrastructure. * To make sustainability a key element of all activities being delivered * Financial – to increase Property’s contribution to the cost of the company’s rail operations by delivering efficiently on all property services and transactions. * Personal working principles to be compliant with legislation, best practice and standard procedures and sharing this more broadly across the team. * Preparation of technical documentation for approval and signoff by Surveyors/ Senior Surveyors. * Project / Programme Management – Provide ad hoc support to projects / programmes as required. Contact us now – 0 7 7 6 4 8 0 8 1 6 8 To apply for this position contact Linda Davison by emailing your C.V to l i n d a . d a v i s o n @ v i t a l. u k. c o m The partnering concept promoted by Vital means that we work together with candidates and clients to achieve your career and recruitment objectives. For clients the result is cost effective, culture-compatible solutions that make staff selection, recruitment and retention far easier. For candidates it means a personal and professional relationship that will help you through every stage of obtaining your ideal job and pursuing your career goals. Our commitment to both candidates and clients is equalled only by our professionalism and dedication to providing the best possible service
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This role reports to the Director of Customer Operations and will manage the service charge and rent setting, income collection and home purchase schemes across our leasehold, shared ownership, social and affordable rents portfolio. You will be required to manage managers at head of service level, ensuring performance targets are met and your service are run effectively while providing excellent customer service to internal and external customers. The essence of your role will be to maximise income through service charge recovery, rent setting, income recovery, Universal Credit impact mitigation and generating staircasings and home purchase sales. In addition as a head of service, you will be part of the department’s management team. This is an excellent opportunity for a flexible and ambitious manager or head of service to join an organisation during a modernisation programme looking to further improve the way in which we operate. About you Ideally we are looking for candidates with head of service experience and with some experience in the technical areas that they will manage. We will however also consider applicants with front line management experience if they can demonstrate the essential knowledge, skills and experience. My client is a very strong management team and it is very important that you will be a team player. You will be working with high performing teams in a nice, fun and flexible environment. My client works in a continuous improvement environment and therefore you should be comfortable to work at a fast pace, always look at ways to improve, be motivational to your staff and able to follow through. Vivid Resourcing are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law
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CARETAKER REQUIRED FOR CLAPHAM PARK HOMES, LONDON, START ASAP - £9.25 PAYE SUITABLE CANDIDATE NEEDS TO PROVIDE AN UP-TO-DATE DBS CHECK & 3 YEARS WORTH OF REFERENCING Job purpose: Deliver a high quality caretaking services to a designated estates to ensure, we maximise customer satisfaction to a range of customers including leaseholders, freeholders, tenants, in achieving CPH’s agreed performance targets and in protecting Metropolitan’s assets. Main accountabilities Estate Services · To work with maintenance, customer service and housing teams to identify and progress communal repairs including all entry-phone systems, keeping residents informed as appropriate. · To ensure all play area are opened and closed on time, and to carry out Level 1 playground inspections and reports. · To support all Housing Officers and Decant Officers in ensuring properties are available for letting · To monitor the lighting on the external walkways, staircases, landings and lifts and report any defects to Metropolitan’s Customer Services team and Pinnacle, noting job numbers. Make seasonal adjustments to scheme lighting and keep a diary record. · Ensure that domestic and bulk refuse is compacted regularly and taken away on a weekly basis in conjunction with Contractor. Be an advocate for recycling of all waste on the designated estate, ensuring recycling and refuse bins are emptied regularly by the local authority. · Keep a general watch over the estate and patrol regularly to prevent trespass and vandalism. To report any such activities to the Housing Services Officer, together with any other matters prejudicial to order on the estate. · Assist tenants wherever possible, to call out emergency services as required, to hold keys for communal areas, and to be generally responsible for security on the estate. · To give access to vacant properties when directed by the Housing Officer contractors or other authorised persons. · To assist the sheltered staff with the setting up of the residents Sheltered Community Centre as applicable. · To support the distribution of information and newsletters to all residents on behalf of MHT · Provide emergency call out cover for all situations requiring a housing management presence on a rota basis. · To provide verbal and written reports regarding community safety, anti social behaviour and crime as required · To act as a professional witness in cases of ASB if required · To identify and report any incidents of vacant/ abandoned properties or misuse of property · To patrol and report to the parking contractor any vehicles that are abandoned, without a valid permit or tax disc. · To attend to minor maintenance requests, as directed by the Housing Officer, such as minor electrical repairs, rewiring of plugs and mending of fuses, minor sink and drainage blockages, renewing of locks, patch repairs to fencing and keep a diary record. Liaison and joint working · Work collaboratively with colleagues in other teams to improve service effectiveness. Work cross functionally to achieve targets and standards by joint working with other service area For more information about the role please contact Lewis on 07726995912 or email CV over #weareBRG Disclaimer: This vacancy is based in the United Kingdom. Barker Ross Recruitment only operates in the UK and can only process applications from candidates who are currently a resident and eligible to work in the UK. Whilst we endeavour to contact you following your response due to the high volume of applications this cannot always be possible. If you have not had notification within 7 days unfortunately your application has not been successful. This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Barker Ross Group who is acting as a recruitment agency. All communication with us is subject to the conditions outlined in our Privacy Notice
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  • £15.59 - £19.41/hour
Home Ownership Property Manager A new opportunity has become available to support the delivery of the Home Ownership service to our Leaseholders, Shared Owners and Freeholders. Requirements: Must have excellent customer service and knowledge of leasehold legislation and property management experience. Income recovery, leasehold management, block/property management/ Service Charge checking/ dealing with breaches in lease/ASB/liaising with Property Services to ensure that leasehold legislation can be complied with in particular S20 Please apply as soon as possible or call Olivia on (Apply online only) --- Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business. You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website
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  • £7199/annum £7,199 per year + Benefits
Job Role: Visiting Development Manager - 10 month Fixed Term Contract (Ref 1882) Location: Shirley, Surrey Salary: £7,199.22 London Weighting Job Sector: Retirement - Independent Living Hours: Monday - Friday; 9.00am - 12.00pm (15 hours per week) As Visiting Development Manager, you will contribute to our vision of being the leading residential property manager, as recognised by others 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 Visiting 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. Diversity We’re committed to promoting diversity at FirstPort and recruit on merit. We will consider applications from job share applicants. Ready to Apply? Click the below apply button to start your application for this role. We will ask you to upload your CV and answer a few questions. You may also be asked to complete verbal and numerical reasoning tests online. If you meet the criteria for the role we’ll be in touch to arrange a short telephone interview and our shortlist of candidates will be invited to attend interviews with the hiring manager and up to three other key stakeholders
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  • £17 - £21.00/hour
An excellent opportunity has arisen for an established ASB Officer to join an excellent Housing Association based in London. Working on a temporary contract, you will possess at least one years’ work experience of dealing in Community Safety. Responsible for allocating cases as they arrive you will be dealing with approximately 30 cases at a time. Working closely with social services, police force you will cover a variety of cases including investigating domestic violence and anti-social behaviour. Responsibilities: Managing a varied caseload, dealing with cases of anti-social behaviour, domestic violence and hate crimes etc. Liaising with social services, police forces and in-house legal teams to investigate cases further Reduce and resolve incidents of anti-social behaviour, implement proactive solutions to prevent and resolve future occurences Requirements: Demonstrate previous experience of dealing with anti-social behaviour, ideally within Social Housing/Local Authority Possess a valid standard or enhanced DBS check. Desirable to hold a full UK driving licence and access to own transport
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  • £38000 - £43000/annum
Lloyd Recruitment Services are working with a leading organisation based in the East Grinstead area. There is currently a requirement for an experienced Facilities Manager to join them, initially on a 3 month FTC basis. (Possibility to extend further) Essentially the role will involve planning, organising and providing facilities management services for the office. Key responsibilities: Overall responsibility for the provision of facilities management for the companies occupied premises including, but not limited to: * Monitoring and maintaining the lighting, heating and ventilation * Maintaining safe Electrical mains Appliances and Distribution systems * Overall responsibility for cleaning services including COSHH, slips & trips, manual handling and toilets Overall responsibility for office planning activities including: * Staff and furniture moves * Office layouts and refurbishment * Capacity planning to ensure the company can provide good office space for all, when required * Decoration in line with lease terms Overall responsibility for running and maintenance of company occupied premises including liaison with the landlords, their local agent, professional advisers, contractors etc, but not including lease terms re-negotiation (responsibility of the Head of Estates). And, including but not limited to: * Safe working alongside occupants * Asbestos management * Risk assessment and method statements vetting * Permit-to-work for high risk activities * Legionella Management * External precinct and landscaping * Safe access and egress * Control of access to roofs, confined spaces etc * Co-ordinating with other building tenants Purchasing of goods and services (in conjunction with the Purchasing Manager, as appropriate) * Management of service contracts Overall responsibility for the provision of security services of company occupied premises and lone working policies and procedures Management of company car fleet and procedures including monitoring drivers and vehicles on business, servicing of fleet vehicles and managing the company’s on site car parking facilities Organise and chair the Fire Marshall’s meetings. Take responsibility for keeping these staff updated with changes in regulations and the associated responsibilities Ensure all buildings comply with Fire Risk Assessment requirements Maintenance of the Facilities requirements in the company’s Business Continuity Plan (Crisis Management Plan) Ad hoc tasks and projects as required by Director of Finance & Management Services Essential Skills & Experience Required: * Solid experience within a Facilities management role * Excellent understanding and demonstrable experience of facilities management * Good general and technical knowledge of the operation and maintenance of buildings, equipment, services and office equipment * Good communication and people management skills * Negotiating and purchasing experience * Flexible and helpful - a "doer" * Ability to be self-sufficient in admin / secretarial needs Salary of £43K (P/R) Due to the high volume of applications, Lloyd Recruitment Services can only contact shortlisted candidates
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Housing Management Officer Would you like a meaningful job that makes a difference, with flexibility and real potential for growth? The Salvation Army Housing Association (SAHA) is an organisation that provides a range of housing and varied support services to vulnerable people. Their aim is to support people in achieving their full potential. They are currently going through a large period of growth and have a vacancy for Housing Management Officer. Position: Housing Management Officer Location: St Austell Job type: Full Time, Fixed Term Contract until 31st September 2019 Hours: 37.5 per week (some shifts as per service requirements) Salary: £18,389 per annum Benefits: 26 days annual holiday rising a day a year for the first 5 years + bank holidays, Life Assurance, Pension Scheme and an Employee Health Assistance Programme, Professional development opportunities and flexible working arrangements Closing Date: 30th August 2018 About the role: The Housing Management Officer’s role involves arrears management, dealing with rental income (Housing benefit and personal payments), and tasking and managing support staff to process the arrears procedure, setting up new tenants and working with the team to ensure all housing management tasks are complete. About you: To be considered for this role you should be an effective communicator both oral and written, maintain accurate record keeping and be able to work independently and as part of a team. Experience of working within a housing or social care setting and integrity, sensitivity and an understanding as well as an ability to work on your own initiative are essential to this post. IT skills are essential with a working knowledge of Excel, Outlook and Word essential, and use of Capita Support, QL or other Housing Management/Arrears systems desirable. A Disclosure & Barring Service Enhanced Certificate will be required for this post. As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all sections of the community. You may have experience of the following: Housing Management Officer, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Customer Service, Housing Team Leader, Supervisor, Not for Profit, Housing Legislation, Estate Management, Management, ASB, Neighbourhood Team Leader, Housing Manager, Tenancy, Safeguarding, etc. This vacancy is being advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment, the UK’s leading Online Recruitment Agency. The services advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment are those of an employment agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or belief, and we confirm that we will gladly accept all applications
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I am looking for a Building Surveyor with a strong knowledge of housing stock for a Housing Association based in Surrey. This role is interesting and different to others because it offers perks that other job may not. The Housing Association outsource their work to Local Authorities around the South of England, so this role will involve traveling, so own transport is necessary. The right person will be someone who is switched on and can be left alone to get on with their work and see projects through from start to finish. * Job budgets range from £25k – £1mil * Projects cover Windows, Doors, Floors, and Heating Systems etc… * Feasibility Studies, Drawing Specs, Send them to Tender * Code of Procedure, Recommendations for Valuation If you want more information on this role and would like to see a full Job Description, then please get in touch on 02077669003 / 07772709828
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About the role In response to a gap in the structure, this Local Authority are looking for an experienced hand to play an integral role in their Development Management team. As the successful candidate, you will be tasked with handling a caseload of minor and major development proposals. This will involve negotiating Section 106 agreements, liaison with key stakeholders (developers, architects, external consultants etc.) and, drafting and presenting delegated reports at committee. The temporary contract will be for an initial 3-6 months, however, further extension may be likely dependent on performance - previous contracts have been known to run beyond 12 months. There may also be potential for the successful candidate to transition from a temporary contract to a permanent one. The Successful Candidate You will ideally have Membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), be qualified to degree level in Town Planning or a relevant discipline. You will have a desire to upkeep excellent knowledge of the planning process, legislation and policies and have demonstrated an ability to effectively prioritise work-loads and manage projects within timescales. It is essential that you hold a valid UK driving licence in order to conduct site visits and business-related mileage shall be expensed at £0.45 per mile. Pool cars are available. What’s next? My client are looking to review applicants and hold interviews imminently, with the view to start ASAP. If you are interested in this role, please click apply. Job descriptions are available. Still not sure? Feel free to give me a call on 020776609067 to discuss this role in more detail or chat about other opportunities Oyster have on. Alternatively, feel free to email me: jamie.vear- I look forward to hearing from you
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