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  • £13 - £16/hour
Multi Skilled Operative Requirement via BRC ________________________________________ Job Title: Multi Stilled Operative (Carpentry/Plumbing) Location: Torbay Duration: 3 months + Salary: £13-£16 p/h My client are looking for a Multi-Skilled Trades Operative to join their Repairs Team. In this role you will be carrying out repairs work on void properties for this leading housing provider. This is a temporary contract with the possibility of a permanent opportunity for the right candidate. If you are a qualified Carpenter or Plumber looking for an opportunity to work with a great team in a stunning location this summer, please call Kate Fegan on (Apply online only) or email your CV
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  • £16 - £20/hour
Looking for a role in Housing Management that could lead to permanent work? Want to work on the beautiful South Coast in offices close to local amenities and the Beach? Experienced in all aspect of housing management including lettings, ASB, arrears and Tenancy Management? If you can answer yes to all 3 questions, you should already be submitting your CV! This role will start out as a 3 month temporary contract with a view to going permanent for the right candidate. Working for a highly respected employer, the local amenities will be at your disposal for getting lunch and for winding down and relaxing after a hard days work. If you are interested and are available at short notice, please contact Mark Grove, specialist Social Housing recruiter on (Apply online only) or apply via this site
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  • £24117 - £40000/annum Benefits
Are you a proactive sales consultant? Do you thrive in a target driven environment? Orbit has a fantastic opportunity for a Site Sales Consultant to join their team. Your role will be crucial to building customer relationships and promotion of the Orbit brand across all their housing sites. You will work to market our sites to the public, ensuring the interest in Orbit is maximised within the appropriate customer markets. The role will also offer a generous commission structure related to performance- The team can earn just over £14,000 in commission together with a yearly bonus. OTE £40,000pa About you The role of Site Sales Consultant can be very exciting and rewarding for the right candidate. It requires someone with a good sales background and a target driven attitude along with a confident approach. You will also need a good understanding of the sales process in relation to homes and experience in an on site sales process with a volume builder. You will be expected to manage the full sales process, dealing with the public, solicitors and contractors. You will also need strong PC skills particularly MS Outlook, Excel and Word. The ability to work alone and use of your own transport is a must, as you will be required to travel to a range of sites. Please note this role will be moving to our new development in Attleborough. Please find attached a role profile for full job requirements. Why apply? We believe that an organisation's best asset is its people, and as such we want everyone to feel that they can make a difference. We want to unlock the potential in all Orbit employees and maximise their satisfaction in the job. We have a corporate training programme, opportunities for professional development and our staff tell us we are a great organisation to work for. We offer an excellent benefits package with 27 days holiday entitlement and pension scheme. How to apply To apply for this role please submit your CV and a supporting statement that demonstrates how you meet the key criteria we need. If you wish to discuss the role further, please contact (url removed) at Retinue Solutions, on (Apply online only). Advert closes - 29th June Shortlisting- 2nd July Interviews- W/C 9th July Retinue Solutions is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Retinue Solutions is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £17.00 - £25.00/hour + PAYE
We have a fantastic opportunity to work with a leading accommodation provider based in Lancaster. If you have previous experience as a Project Manager/Clerk of Works within an FM environment and are looking for your next contract, we may have the role for you: This facilities company is a highly respectedUKbased company who are undertaking a programme of refurbishment projects over the summer weeks. You will have experience of finishing, given the works you will be involved in related to kitchen refurbishment and internal decoration. In return you will get: A solid 13 week contract with a leading FM provider £15-£20ph, depending on experience A varied and rewarding role Location This role is commutable from Lancaster, Morecambe, Carnforth, Kendal andPreston The Role * Your time will be split between two residential accommodation blocks * You will develop and maintain on-going, effective working relationships between all teams and contractors * Liaising with internal and external stakeholders, you will have significant experience of developing and managing both resources and processes of refurbishment projects. Personal attributes and experience You will be a proactive, forward thinking individual with previous experience managing external suppliers and contractors along with managing scheduled works budget produce. SMSTS is vital. The below is also highly desirable: * Preferably have a Health and Safety qualification such as NEBOSH or IOSH * Ideally experience in either Facilities and Estates or a Residential environment This is a varied and challenging role that would suit someone who has previous experience as one the following: Clerk of Works, Supervisor of Works, Site Manager or Site Supervisor, Project Manager, Project Coordinator If this sounds like the role for you, please apply by clicking on this page or sending your CV to . For any further information please call me directly on (Apply online only)
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  • £17855 - £19839/annum
Job Title: Lettings Assistant Location: Thames Innovation Centre, Bexley Salary: £17,855 - £19,839 per annum Hours: Full time, 6 months fixed term contract, 36.25 hours per week The Role Orbit has a fantastic opportunity to join the Letting Services team as a Lettings Assistant. The role of the Lettings Assistant is to Liaise with internal teams and local authorities to ensure a prompt turnaround of vacant homes, including new developments. The Lettings Assistant is responsible for processing end of tenancy terminations, working with colleagues to ensure effective void management processes. This role will see you provide an efficient and effective customer focussed lettings and voids management service to all Orbit customers. Your responsibilities will consist of advertising properties to let, arranging viewings and completing compliance procedures and paperwork. You will work towards agreed targets and timelines to ensure homes are let and in line with relevant policies, procedures, with a focus on sustaining tenancies and minimising void loss. About you We are looking for a motivated and hard working individual that can successfully meet and exceed set targets. To be a good fit to this role you will have an interest in social housing and the ability to provide outstanding customer service. You must be computer literate, with Basic Word and Excel skills. Previous housing experience is desirable but not essential. This role is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to develop a career within housing. Please be aware this role will be offered as a 6 months fixed term contract ,with a possibility of permanent opportunities. About you This is a great opportunity for a hard working, attentive and ambitious individual that acquires strong analytical and communication skills. Although previous lettings experience is not essential, we are looking for you to bring experience of working in a customer focused environment. This post presents an excellent opportunity to enhance and progress a career in housing. Why apply? We believe that an organisation's best asset is its people, and as such we want everyone to feel that they can make a difference. We want to unlock the potential in all Orbit employees and maximise their satisfaction in the job. We have a corporate training programme, opportunities for professional development and our staff tell us we are a great organisation to work for. We offer an excellent benefits package, including private medical insurance, discounted dental insurance and gym membership, 27 days holiday entitlement and pension scheme. About us As one of the country’s largest housing associations, Orbit owns and manages 40,000 homes and is committed to its purpose of Building Communities. Orbit is an ambitious, dynamic organisation with national reach and influence. We are passionate about making a real difference to our communities, ensuring our customers are proud of where they live. We are a long-term sustainable business and make profit for a purpose in order to re-invest in our services and to build much needed new homes. How to apply The advert will expire on Thursday 5 July 2018 Interviews will take place on Friday 13 July 2018 To apply for this role please submit your CV and a supporting statement that demonstrates how you meet the key criteria we need. If you wish to discuss the role further, please contact Jennifer Cole at Retinue Solutions, on (Apply online only) or via email on (url removed). Retinue Solutions is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Retinue Solutions is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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Please Note: * This is 3 month contract * Must have experience of working in Housing * Must understand the workings of a registered provider * Must have experience in complaints handling in the sector i.e. Housing Ombudsman, MP, and Councillors Purpose: * To have lead responsibility in managing customer feedback, enquiries and requests across the Children's Services in fulfilment of and influencing the strategic and operational objectives of the department in these areas * Fundamental to the role will be ensuring that high quality and timely responses are made under respective procedures, including Statutory Complaints (Children Act), Corporate Complaints, Ombudsman Enquiries, Councillor & MP Enquiries, Freedom of Information and Data Protection Act * Be the department’s lead Officer when advising, consulting, communicating and influencing Chief Officers and Executive Members on corporate and services issues relating to request, enquires and dispute resolution * In driving forward the quality assurance and continuous service improvement agenda the post holder will analyse, report on and use customer feedback and enquiries to support the design and delivery of on-going professional development. This includes, but not only, responsibility for the specification, design and on-going development for the department’s IT solutions for customer feedback * To manage all major department projects on customer care, complaints handling and dispute resolution. Duties: * To establish work and quality programmes, allocate work, monitor and manage all aspects of performance * To ensure staff are organised, managed and motivated to deliver a high quality and cost effective service * To ensure that complaints, Councillor & MP enquiries are allocated, logged, and high quality responses obtained /drafted within agreed timescales through the management of the team of Officers * To develop rigorous and effective service plans with measurable targets * To manage staff to ensure an effective service including: receiving regular, formal and informal performance appraisals * To be the department’s lead officer when advising, consulting, communicating and influencing Chief Officers and Executive Members on corporate and services issues relating to request, enquires and dispute resolution * Effective management of the complaints service budget * To assume the statutory role of Complaints Manager and be the lead for Children’s Services on all matters connected to customer care and complaints * To be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Statutory Complaints Procedure, ensuring that necessary and timely action is taken to achieve early resolution * Produce an annual report and other reports as may be required on complaints, requests and enquiries. Including highlighting any significant trends and risks, making recommendations of how to resolve and mitigate risks. Person Specification: * Strong leadership skills * Not afraid of difficult conversations * Prepared to challenge more senior staff when performance is not where it should be * Organised * Good attention to detail * Advanced knowledge of domestic and EU legislative requirements in relation to public procurement * Demonstrate sound experience and excellent knowledge of the complaints * Fully I.T. literate – able to work with the majority of standard MS packages * The lead role in managing complaints relating to children’s social care services * To ensure staff are organised, managed and motivated to deliver a high quality and cost effective service * To establish work and quality programmes, allocate work, monitor and manage all aspects of performance. Disclaimer: By applying for this role, you give consent for your information to be forwarded to our Client(s) and information of which may be retained within our databases
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  • £25093 - £27882/annum Benefits
Are you AAT qualified and looking for your next step into accounting? Then look no further, Orbit currently has room for a new Assistant Accountant to join their finance team. This role is key is to providing support to the Accountants and Business Partnering team to ensure the accuracy of financial information. This will include preparation of accruals and prepayments, journals, balance sheet reconciliations, assistance with the calculation of VAT returns and the distribution of monthly budget holder reports. About you Due to a restructure we are looking for additional member’s to our team and have opportunities to come on board as a Assistant Accountant. To be a good fit for this role you will be a good communicator who is able to build strong relationships to fall in line with Orbits business model to put customers first and encourage partnership. You will possess good attention to detail and enjoy working as part of a team. Experience in a similar role would also be an advantage. Why apply? We believe that an organisation's best asset is its people, and as such we want everyone to feel that they can make a difference. We want to unlock the potential in all Orbit employees and maximise their satisfaction in the job. We have a corporate training programme, opportunities for professional development and our staff tell us we are a great organisation to work for. We offer an excellent benefits package, including private medical insurance, discounted dental insurance and gym membership, 27 days holiday entitlement and pension scheme. Please find attached the role profile for the list of full accountabilities About us As one of the country’s largest housing associations, Orbit owns and manages 40,000 homes and is committed to its purpose of Building Communities. Orbit is an ambitious, dynamic organisation with national reach and influence. We are passionate about making a real difference to our communities, ensuring our customers are proud of where they live. We are a long-term sustainable business and make profit for a purpose in order to re-invest in our services and to build much needed new homes. How to apply To apply for this role please submit your CV and a supporting statement that demonstrates how you meet the key criteria we need. If you wish to discuss the role further, please contact (url removed) at Retinue Solutions or on (Apply online only). Advert closing date –6th July Shortlisting – 9th July Interviews – To be confirmed Retinue Solutions is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Retinue Solutions is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £10.36/hour + Benefits
Job Title: Relief Assistant Estate Manager (Ref 1455) Location: Horley, Surrey Salary: £10.36 per hour Job Sector: Retirement - Assisted Living Hours: Zero hour contract, covering various sites as required As a Relief Assistant Estate Manager you will contribute to our vision of being the leading residential property manager, as recognised by others by: * Providing an efficient, cost effective management service to our customers * Achieving high standards of performance within a team of individuals to create a welcoming, friendly and courteous environment within the development * Effectively and professionally manage the development while providing a safe, secure and well maintained environment to customers The Relief Assistant Estate Manager reports to the Estate Manager. About You You will currently be working within or have experience in 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. * Arrange cover for holidays and illness where necessary 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. * Complete your continuous professional development training and attend all training events/meetings as directed by your Estate Manager and Human Resources. 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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I am currently recruiting for a Commercial Manager for a client based in the South West area. This client is a leading Facilities Management provider operating worldwide. The vacancy is an immediate start and needs someone to hit the ground running. The role • Working on a PFI arrangement with the contractor and working closely with the client • Ensuring compliance with contracts • Interpreting various data • Handling method statements • Overseeing and managing the improvement of various processes currently in place in line with the contracts What the client seeks • Someone from a Quantity Surveying or FM Technical Background • Strong character with good people skills • Attention to detail in relation to contracts • Excellent commercial acumen To apply for this position please apply on the advert attached and I will provide feedback in the coming days
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  • £55000 - £65000/annum Negotiable Package
I am currently recruiting for a Senior Commercial Manager for a client based in the North West. This client is a leading Facilities Management provider operating worldwide. The vacancy is an immediate start whilst they are looking to recruit someone permanent within the next 6 months – of which you can apply for. The role • Overseeing a team of 3 Commercial Managers and various Commercial Professionals • Managing the existing contracts within retail accounts • Handling new tenders pricing and quotes • Working with the sales team and evaluating performance What the client seeks • Someone from a Finance background but over 5 years’ experience within a Commercial aspect • Strong character with good people skills • Attention to detail in relation to contracts To apply for this position please apply on the advert attached and I will provide feedback in the coming days
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