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Are you an expereinced Cleaner. Are you looking for work in Oxford. If so, Ganymede could be the employer for you. Our client, a leading government contractor is looking for experienced Cleaner to join their operations, currently working on a large maintenance projects in Oxford. The candidate will have previous experience working as a Cleaner. Ideally the canddiate will have a PTS card, but this isnt essential. Duties include cleaning the cabins, toilets and welfare facilities. Come and join a growing team. If you would like and contribute to this dedicated, experienced and highly motivated team then you must have: 1. Previous experience of cleaning 2. PTS card advantageous but not essential 3. Good health and safety knowledge 4. Good attitude and strong work ethic This role is open to recieving applications. Individuals will only be considered for this role if they have the relevant experience to do the role
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  • £21000 - £24000/annum + benefits
Job Role: Head Gardener (FTC – 12 Months) Location: Kent Salary: £21,000 - £24,000 Hours: 35 Hours Monday to Friday As a Head Gardener you will contribute to our vision of being the leading residential property manager, as recognised by others by: Leading and training a team of 3 Professionally managing the hard and soft landscape areas of the development Ensuring the site is well-maintained and presentable at all times Demonstrating a friendly and courteous manner This role reports to the Development Manager and is supervising a team of 3 Gardeners. About You You will be a seasoned Gardner, with solid supervisory experience looking for your next opportunity. You will have hands-on experience with excellent attention to detail, be meticulous, organised with great leadership skills 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 Manage and train the horticultural team which is made up of three gardeners Supervise the maintenance of internal/external planting in communal areas, on a daily basis. Maintain tidiness of the development, ensuring the water features, bin and store areas are clear of all litter and leaves. All hard surfaces swept including footpaths and all car-parking areas on a daily basis All shrubs to be kept cultivated and well maintained, ensuring that beds are free of weeds. To ensure that PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is used by yourself and your team at all times and all landscaping machinery is maintained as per recommended manufacturer’s instructions To keep all plants and shrubs trimmed to window sill height or 2 meters. To report on the condition of plants and supervise all tree works. Daily estate check and notify management of any specific attention required. Responsible for management store, disposal of leaf and garden waste and monitor manhole covers to ensure free flowing soil and rainwater. Fully aware of COSHH (Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health) and operate within the guidelines only using substances that have been provided by Management. 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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An Expanding Local Authority is looking for a new head of property on a contract basis. This Local Authority is undergoing rapid expansion of their residential property portfolio and needs an experienced property developer to step up into this role. Rate: £450 p/d Skills * Surveying, Building, Engineering or Architecture background * Experience managing £50m budgets * Able to manage a large number of contractors * Manage facilities/service contracts * Manage a team of for facilities/property support staff If this role interests you then please send me your most recent CV Please send your most recent CV 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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  • £33000 - £36000/annum
The role is a maternity cover contract to manage a regional Financial Inclusion team responsible for maximising our clients income and achieving stated performance targets around rent collection and arrears recovery in a way that supports our tenants to sustain their tenancies and take responsibility for managing and maintaining a clear rent account. You will have experience in the following: * Successful experience in managing Income collection teams. * Experience of managing money, debt & welfare benefit services. * Experience of working successfully in partnership with other agencies. * Experience in successfully leading and motivating high performance teams. For more information please contact our Social Housing Specialist , Jennifer Radcliffe on (Apply online only) or email
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  • £40000/annum pro-rata & travel expenses
Our client based in Staines-upon-Thames require an experienced Housing Property Services Manager to join their team for a period of 6 months. Key skills, abilities and technical knowledge * Professional qualification in a relevant property management discipline and preferably holding membership of a relevant professional body for example RICS or CIOB. Sound knowledge of buildings and property services relating to residential premises and knowledge of the social housing sector. * Time management: able to prioritise own workload and that of others, manage multiple tasks in a changing environment with conflicting priorities and risks. * Project management and decision making skills: able to consult and gather information from multiple sources, plan and project manage with available resources to achieve agreed objectives. * Develop effective working relationships with colleagues, external service providers and contractors. Property Services - Technical knowledge * Technical knowledge relating to building construction methods and materials, building standards and defects, Schedule of Rates, building design and services. * A good working knowledge of relevant statutory frameworks applying to residential properties. * Able to inspect and diagnose repairs, recommend solutions and produce simple specifications and schedules of work. * Provide advice and guidance on building maintenance and property services to colleagues and customers. * Communicate technical matters effectively to a non technical audience. Responsive repairs and voids * Ensure that policies, procedures and processes are fit for purpose and regularly reviewed and that services are specified accurately. * Lead the contract management and performance review meetings, ensuring that service provider (and any other future service providers) deliver the services as specified, that KPIs are met and improvement plans put in place where necessary. * Provide technical advice to the service delivery teams where required, or ensure that advice is obtained from external sources. * As required, to inspect and diagnose repairs, prepare specifications for works and manage the delivery of works on site, either directly or via others. * Progress and resolve any disrepair notices that may be served in accordance with procedures. Aids and Adaptations * Ensure that the minor aids and adaptations service is effectively managed, liaising with the Housing Management team and providing guidance and direction to service providers where required so that the budget is managed well. * Oversee the DFG process, ensure that grants are applied for and best practice is followed. Planned maintenance and major repairs * Maintain accurate and comprehensive property information and stock condition survey records, including verifying data as required. * Work with the Director of Assets and Housing and external consultants to develop short and long term asset management programmes to ensure that the association’s stock complies with all statutory requirements and the agreed "Standard”. * Project manage the planned maintenance programme and individual projects. * Ensure that projects including external/communal decorations and repairs, new kitchens and bathrooms, major element repairs and others are completed in line with the asset management strategy and meet the association’s financial management requirements. * Performance manage the delivery of PM and major repairs, ensuring that contractors and other service providers meet service delivery requirements, H&S and other targets. * To identify ad hoc major repairs and minor projects as they arise and recommend priorities and action required. * Work with housing management staff to ensure that regular estate inspections are carried out to effectively address property management concerns, providing advice and guidance where required and maintaining effective communication. Interested? Parkside Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Parkside Recruitment is an Equal Opportunities Employer
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Vivid are currently working with a local authority based in the South-West who are currently in search for a planning officer to join their development management team on an initial 6 month contract. The client are willing to pay rates between £25-£35 p/h depending on the candidate. The client are also happy to offer a flexible working situation, including the option to work from home up to 3 days p/w! The client are looking for a candidate who has a minimum of 12 months of previous development management experience working in a local authority. The role will involve dealing with householder applications. The client are willing to interview and offer this week, but do understand that they may have to wait through a notice period for the successful candidate. Please get in touch or apply to the job directly if you would like to hear more. / (Apply online only) 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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Gas Engineer Sellick Partnership are working with an organisation based in Durham who are seeking an experienced Gas Engineer to join their team. Responsibilities will include: * Carrying out gas breadowns and servicing on a range of domestic properties * Dealing with gas appliance installations * Working in accordance with health and safety standards The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of current gas regulations and gas safety procedures. They will also hold a full UK driving license. Apply now for immediate start
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  • £1.00 - £1000/day
Working for one of the top 5 FM companies operating in the UK in terms of turnover. The company operates throughout the UK and the Middle East. The company is currently looking for some contract support with M&E Asset Surveyors and General Condition Surveys. They will be looking to offer a competitive day rate with expenses. The work is local to Yorkshire and is potentially long term. For more information, please contact Rob @ HVAC FM. (Apply online only)
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  • £35000 - £38000/annum
Senior Secretary-City-FTC-Property-£35k-£38k My client a property consultancy based near bank station require a Senior Secretary to join their team on a 7 months Mat cover. * Must hold high attention to detail * Property experience desirable not essential * Previous experience using AIM system desirable not essential * Experience working in a small busy office environment * Hold an accurate typing speed * Team player and work to tight deadlines If you are Secretary with previous experience in the property industry please send your CV forward Huntress Search Ltd does not discriminate on the grounds of 'protected characteristics' as defined under the Equality Act and other relevant UK legislation. Huntress Search Ltd acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles. PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK
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  • £21.86 - £22.95/hour
Job Purpose: * Be the strategic lead for your designated patch/locality to provide visible mixed tenure housing and neighbourhood services that work for customers * To deliver service improvements through effective partnership working across neighbourhoods * Lead and inspire an efficient and motivated team of frontline housing officers to deliver an exceptional customer experience whilst maximising operational results * Provide operational oversight for housing and neighbourhood services casework for patch/locality * Lead responsibility for a housing operational theme e.g. anti-social behaviour, specialist housing, or estate services. Responsibilities: * Manage and provide support to a team of frontline housing officers to deliver an effective, visible front line service that enhances the reputation of the client's Housing Management * Work in collaboration with key partners including contractors, other council departments and key stakeholders to deliver a seamless ‘one team’ service to customers * Manage the operational relationship between the client and affiliated Travellers sites * Support the voids and letting process ensuring the sign-up (checking in) and pre-void checks process (checking out) are carried out promptly * Responsible for tenancy and estate management casework, ensuring effective deployment of resources to deliver required outcomes for customers * Support with the preparation of service charges and other budgets relating to the work of your team * Ensure appropriate mechanisms are in place to consult with residents on local service delivery and improvements, learning from feedback * Oversee the management of communal areas, carrying out routine inspections, being alert to health and safety, fire safety issues and take remedial action where required * Travel between sites will be a requirement for this role * There will be a requirement to attend meetings and other activities outside of normal working hours Essentials: * Knowledge of housing legislation, in particular, an understanding of Landlord and Tenant law and other legal requirements relevant to the management of a mixed tenure housing stock * Educated to ‘A’ level standard or demonstrable ability to operate at this level * Experience in social housing or a related field, including experience of staff management * Evidence of significant relevant Continuing Professional Development (CPD) * Track record of achievement at a management level in a similarly large and complex organisation including: 1 Tenancy and estate management, dealing with challenging cases of dispute, anti-social behaviour, breaches of tenancy 2 Resident and community engagement 3 Stakeholder management, including internal and external suppliers * Experience of delivering a customer focused housing management service * Experience of working within a social housing and customer service environment * Experience of managing and monitoring contracts and performance
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