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A global property business is looking for a Corporate Development and Disposals Specialist to help with their future M&A strategy.

To successfully deliver in this project role, you will have to have:

  • Demonstrable experience in Corporate Development and disposals, getting businesses ready for sale: preparing information memorandum, setting up data centres.
  • Experience in mergers and acquisitions, working with Finance Directors, M&A teams and Acquirers pre and post-sale.
  • Background in Transaction Services.
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Strong preference for qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent).

A little more information about the role:

  • Assisting in getting multiple businesses ready for sale in a hands-on role.
  • Working with senior stakeholders and teams across the business.
  • Designing and delivering a best in class process to adhere to moving forward.

If you are interested in the role, please apply below. We may not be able to respond to every unsuccessful applicant.

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Do you have Local Authority Housing Repair experience? Are you able to coordinate the inspection, repairs and completion of works according to existing protocols? A North West Local Authority is looking for an experienced repairs coordinator who will work alongside the Legal And Repairs Team. You will follow the Legal Disrepair Protocol, and prior experience of this policy would be beneficial. Offered initially for three months you will be responsible for pulling together all of the required information which was need in line with Legal Disrepair Protocol. You would need to assess whether an internal or external Surveyor was required to carry out the Inspection and if an external Surveyor was required they would need to appoint them in line with the Council Procedures. Previous experience Northgate is also beneficial as you will be inputting details and using this Application to track your work so better to manage Tenants and Trades. Ensuring work is completed to the correct standard is essential, a knowledge of housing repairs is essential, legal knowledge would also be a plus. This is an immediate requirement offered initially for 3 months. Please apply now if you have the skills and experience detailed above. Zoon Link is operating as an Employment Business for this vacancy
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Resettlement Officer A local authority in Bournemouth are recruiting for a Resettlement Officer to assist homeless households residing in temporary placements and supported units to secure appropriate settled accommodation The Role The focus of the role is to assist households who are homeless in temporary placements in to appropriate tenancies. This will include the following tasks and responsibilities: • To liaise with other housing providers, partners and landlords/agents to secure a steady supply of good quality accommodation available to those in temporary or supported placements. • To assist in the development of ongoing competitive initiatives to attract new landlords and retain existing landlords/agents. • To evolve a well-developed tenant and landlord service to residents of Bournemouth Borough Council. • To assist households at risk of homelessness with finding accommodation in order to prevent them becoming homeless. • To manage the day to day throughput of applicants through temporary accommodation, including sign up’s housing benefit applications and any other related paperwork. • To support households in temporary accommodation in finding alternative settled accommodation in the Private Rented Sector (PRS). • Liaise with landlords and other providers to ensure a ready supply of accommodation is available for homeless households occupation. • To ensure a swift response to Housing Benefit queries from both landlords and tenants. • To develop and ensure new tenants have a full resettlement support package in place. Develop incentive schemes to attract and retain landlords including risk assessing any such initiatives. • To provide robust housing advice and assistance in line with current legislation and council policies to anyone with a housing related need. • To work with applicants to find solutions that will prevent or relieve homelessness. • To closely monitor applicants placed in temporary accommodation and move from bed & breakfast as soon as possible. • Construct accurate case notes and record all activity on Locata. • Adopt a wider approach to housing options by delivering preventative advice to avoid homelessness and address customer’s wider housing queries. The Candidate To be consider for this role, it is essential that you have previous experience working with the homeless in a support or advisory role, and will require strong knowledge of the Housing Act 1996 (as amended) part VII, as well as homelessness case law and knowledge of other legislation such as the Children’s Act, Family Law Act, Protection of Eviction Act, Suitability of Accommodation Order The Contract This is a full time role on an initial 3 month contract, with a strong chance of being extended. How to Apply To apply for this role, please send your CV to Lee McMillan at Service Care Solutions via lee . mc millan @ service care . org . uk You can also call Lee on (phone number removed) to discuss the role in more detail
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The Badenoch + Clark Third Sector Team are proud to be working in partnership with an established Housing Association based in the Croydon and West London to appoint their Care Training Manager. This is a fantastic opportunity to join their busy HR Team at a time of exciting growth for the company. Responsibilities include: • Identifying training and development needs of staff using surveys, recruitment and induction processes, end of probation reviews and annual performance reviews. • Producing an annual training plan and devising individual learning plans for staff members. • Ensuring that all learning and development interventions are aligned and reflect their values • Monitoring and maintaining the training budget, keeping an accurate record • Commissioning and overseeing the delivery of training courses by external providers where appropriate, securing best value for money, and ensuring that opportunities for externally funded training are maximised • Adhering to all appropriate NMC guidelines / regulations and the General Social Care Council Code of Conduct You: • NVQ Level 3 / 4 in Direct Training and/or Support or NVQ Level 3 / 4 in Learning and Development • Experience of WAN (Workforce Analysis) for NMDS-SC • CIPD qualified or / and significant experience in a training and development role This is an opportunity not to be missed as they are looking for candidates who want to develop their career in care and support. If you are interested in this opportunity please apply with an updated CV for immediate consideration. Badenoch + Clark acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Badenoch + Clark UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Badenoch + Clark. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information – please copy and paste the following link in to your browser: https://(url removed)/en-gb/candidate-privacy
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Resettlement Officer We are looking for exceptional and motivated people to join the Resettlement Team. The Resettlement Officers work across a range of specialist areas, statutory agencies and local communities to provide advice and support to help resolve homelessness. The role will be challenging and fast paced with the successful applicants providing a proactive and efficient service in homelessness. Main activities • To assist homeless households residing in temporary placements and supported units to secure appropriate settled accommodation. • To liaise with other housing providers, partners and landlords/agents to secure a steady supply of good quality accommodation available to those in temporary or supported placements. • To assist in the development of ongoing competitive initiatives to attract new landlords and retain existing landlords/agents. • To evolve a well-developed tenant and landlord service to residents of Bournemouth Borough Council. • To assist households at risk of homelessness with finding accommodation in order to prevent them becoming homeless. • To manage the day to day throughput of applicants through temporary accommodation, including sign up’s housing benefit applications and any other related paperwork. Details • Bournemouth • £15.38 per hour • Temporary contract Please apply as soon as possible or call Olivia on (phone number removed) --- 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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Our client is seeking a Resettlement Officer on an initial 3 Month contract with the possibility of an extension. Working Hours: Monday - Friday, 37 Hours Pay Rate: £12.35 P/H PAYE Job Purpose: * To assist homeless households residing in temporary placements and supported units to secure appropriate settled accommodation. * • To liaise with other housing providers, partners and landlords/agents to secure a steady supply of good quality accommodation available to those in temporary or supported placements. * • To assist in the development of ongoing competitive initiatives to attract new landlords and retain existing landlords/agents. * • To evolve a well developed tenant and landlord service to residents of Bournemouth Borough Council. * • To assist households at risk of homelessness with finding accommodation in order to prevent them becoming homeless. * • To manage the day to day throughput of applicants through temporary accommodation, including sign up’s housing benefit applications and any other related paperwork. Duties Responsibilities: To support households in temporary accommodation in finding alternative settled accommodation in the Private Rented Sector (PRS). Liaise with landlords and other providers to ensure a ready supply of accommodation is available for homeless households occupation. To ensure a swift response to Housing Benefit queries from both landlords and tenants. To develop and ensure new tenants have a full resettlement support package in place. Develop incentive schemes to attract and retain landlords including risk assessing any such initiatives. To provide robust housing advice and assistance in line with current legislation and council policies to anyone with a housing related need. To work with applicants to find solutions that will prevent or relieve homelessness. To closely monitor applicants placed in temporary accommodation and move from bed & breakfast as soon as possible. Construct accurate case notes and record all activity on Locata. Adopt a wider approach to housing options by delivering preventative advice to avoid homelessness and address customer’s wider housing queries. 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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Our client is seeking a Resettlement Officer on an initial 3 Month contract with the possibility of an extension. Working Hours: Monday - Friday, 37 Hours. Pay Rate: £12,35 Job Purpose: To assist homeless households residing in temporary placements and supported units to secure appropriate settled accommodation. To liaise with other housing providers, partners and landlords/agents to secure a steady supply of good quality accommodation available to those in temporary or supported placements. To assist in the development of ongoing competitive initiatives to attract new landlords and retain existing landlords/agents. To evolve a well developed tenant and landlord service to residents of Bournemouth Borough Council. To assist households at risk of homelessness with finding accommodation in order to prevent them becoming homeless. To manage the day to day throughput of applicants through temporary accommodation, including sign up’s housing benefit applications and any other related paperwork. Duties and Responsibilities: * To support households in temporary accommodation in finding alternative settled accommodation in the Private Rented Sector (PRS). * Liaise with landlords and other providers to ensure a ready supply of accommodation is available for homeless households occupation. * To ensure a swift response to Housing Benefit queries from both landlords and tenants. * To develop and ensure new tenants have a full resettlement support package in place. * Develop incentive schemes to attract and retain landlords including risk assessing any such initiatives. * To provide robust housing advice and assistance in line with current legislation and council policies to anyone with a housing related need. * To work with applicants to find solutions that will prevent or relieve homelessness. * To closely monitor applicants placed in temporary accommodation and move from bed & breakfast as soon as possible. Construct accurate case notes and record all activity on Locata. * Adopt a wider approach to housing options by delivering preventative advice to avoid homelessness and address customer’s wider housing. Skills and Responsibilities: * Experience of dealing with members of the public both face to face and over the phone * Experience of providing housing advice * Experience of data entry * Excellent computer skills using Microsoft Office systems * Ability to motivate people and explain complex legislation so it can be clearly understood * An awareness of the Housing Act 1996 (as amended) part VII * Excellent communication skills in all forms across all sectors of professional and commercial stakeholders and members of the public * Very strong negotiation skills * Excellent interpersonal skills * Ability to deal effectively with caseloads and competing demands * Creative and able to work on own initiative
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Our client is seeking a Housing Options Officer on an initial 2 Month contract with the possibility of an extension. Working Hours: Monday - Friday, 35 Hours Pay Rate: £13.38 P/H PAYE Job Purpose: To establish links with Link and external agencies that assist households at risk of homelessness, and to identify single person households as well as families at risk, with the aim of preventing them from becoming homeless. To provide high quality casework advice and support services to households at risk of homelessness, including coaching work, working primarily with family households. To establish working relationships with other teams undertaking homelessness prevention work, such as Merton’s Housing Options Team, and SPEAR’s Fresh Start service which covers non-priority single homeless households as part of the Tri-borough Trailblazer Project. To obtain and collate high quality and detailed client information in order to meet the data requirements of the government, in preparation for the enactment of the Homelessness Reduction Act. Duties and Responsibilities: * Work with external agencies to identify and agree a list of homelessness risk factors, and to develop procedures for these agencies to refer at risk cases of family households to the Housing Coaches Team, and single ‘non-priority’ households to SPEAR’s Fresh Start Service. * Work with Link to identify appropriate triage cases to be targeted for homelessness prevention casework by the Housing Coaches Team and SPEAR’s Fresh Start Service. * Deliver high quality casework advice and support services to family households at risk of homelessness, providing advice and assistance that cover welfare benefits; education, training & employment; and support services that cover crisis intervention; tenancy sustainment; advocacy; as well as coaching work that cover aspirational & motivational work; confidence building, encouraging independence and future planning. * Develop and agree Housing Plans for at risk households, working closely with the clients concerned and involving advice and support agencies, clearly setting out milestones and actions to be undertaken by clients to reach the set milestones. Homelessness prevention intervention options should be included where appropriate. * Conduct regular case panel meetings to review caseloads and track progress of cases against actions and milestones, and to refer cases to Housing Options Team if further homelessness prevention interventions are required or if a homelessness application becomes necessary. * Attend all relevant meetings of the Housing Needs Division, tri-borough meetings and working groups, as well as appropriate Trailblazer Project briefings organised by the DCLG. * Keep accurate and up-to-date case file records capturing all data required by Housing Needs Division and by the government, and to input data onto required IT systems as well as collating data for statistical purpose. * Report back to Merton Housing Needs management team and to the Triborough Project Team, by producing updates, monitoring and performance data, as well as outcomes report as required. * Be aware of and understand the Council’s Equal Opportunities Policy and ensure that at all times the duties of the post are carried out in accordance with the policy. * Ensure that the Corporate and Departmental Health and Safety Policies are implemented at all times and to raise any concerns regarding their operation, or any other health and safety matter with the appropriate senior line manager Skills and Experience: * A basic knowledge of appropriate legislation, including welfare benefits and housing law. * Case work experience in the homelessness, advice or advocacy sectors. * Experience working with disadvantaged households and knowledge of support systems for people at risk of homelessness. * Experience of conducting interviews with clients and be able to assess people using a range of assessment tools. * The ability to develop effective and professional working relationships with colleagues inside the council and agencies outside the council. * The ability to gain the trust of individuals and to be able to motivate them to set aspirational goals and to take appropriate actions to meet these goals. * The ability to adopt best practice in the homelessness prevention field and where appropriate bring new intervention initiatives to the project to help achieve project aims and deliver outcomes
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Supported Housing Vacancies – Doncaster A nationwide housing association is recruiting for a number of supported housing roles at one of their schemes in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. The roles include Support Workers, Project Assistants and Night Assistants, providing tenancy related support and housing managements to residents of the scheme. The Roles A number of roles are being recruited for in this scheme • Support Worker • Project Assistant • Night Assistant The focus of all of these roles is to deliver an individual, positive outcome focused support package to the service users, ensuring that the support service promotes empowerment and independence. The specific roles will have the following responsibilitires: Support Worker • Deliver a ‘best practice’ support service. • Assist clients with day-to-day tenancy issues. • Undertake referrals and assessments of potential clients. • Work with clients to agree and set goals and actions. • Maintain accurate and timely records of all activities. • Working as part of a multi-disciplinary staff team and meeting the requirements of a rota system, ensuring support is available across all schemes in the cluster. Project Assistant • Act as an initial point of reference on the phone, or in a reception area as required. • Assist in the provision of a comprehensive housing management and support service, including working with tenancy agreements and collecting rents and charges. • Contribute to the formulation and delivery of person centred support plans. • Assisting clients with day-to-day support and tenancy issues. • Using IT systems appropriately including adding updates to the Support Database. • Advises management promptly of any signs of problems or concerns about a client. • Recognises signs of distress in clients and identifies ways to reduce this. • To correspond and liaise as necessary with external agencies on behalf of clients. • Report repairs and maintenance needs behalf of the client following agreed procedures. • Address and report any issues of anti-social behaviour to a senior staff member. • Promote and encourage a high level of client involvement, consultation and communication. • To clean and prepare rooms as appropriate. • To participate in a shift rota system that includes weekend working. Night Assistant • Similar to the project assistant, but includes lone-working overnight, providing a concierge service. Being first contact and handling any emergency situations, whilst maintaining the security of the scheme. The Candidate To be considered for the role you will require prior experience working is supported housing, as well as the following skills and experience: • Experience of working with vulnerable client groups. • Experience of delivering structured support in either housing or social care. • Skills on IT, social Care, DWP and young person's benefits • Due to the nature of the service users, you will require a clean, enhanced DBS The Contract These roles are initial 12 week contracts, which have a strong chance of being made permanent. The roles are all full time, working between 35 and 37.5 hours per week. How to Apply To apply for these roles, please send your CV to Lee McMillan at Service Care Solutions via lee . mc millan @ service care . org . uk. You can also call Lee on (phone number removed) to discuss the role in more detail
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HR Business partner - 12 month Fixed Term Contract Your new company Working for an employer of choice in a challenging, but rewarding position, Our company is looking for an experienced HR Business partner to join them on an initial 12 month fixed term contract. Your new role Having a proven track record in HR business support, you will be able to come in and effectively hit the ground running. Therefore you will need experience with restructures and redundancies, TUPE and able to manage transformation projects. What you'll need to succeed Able to work independently and inspire confidence,. You will of ideally worked at HR Business level in your previous organisation. Also to hold a CIPD qualification or equivalent. What you'll get in return £35,000 per annum (flexible dependant on experience) Great benefits package. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at (url removed)
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