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Sales Director – Commercial Property Management
Up to 150K basic + benefits/ commission/ car   

Location
• North London/ Hertfordshire/ Remote/ Client locations 
Experienced Sales Director with a minimum of 20 years experience. Should have the ability to generate new contracts in commercial property management space. 

Must have (please don’t apply if you don’t have any of below) 
• 20 years experience in commercial property management. 
•  Genuine hunter - this is a new business acquisition role
•  Must be comfortable with and have a proven track record of consistent prospecting
•  You will be highly driven and target-oriented.
•  Maximise revenues and grow the commercial property register.
•  Display high standards of service and presentation.
•  Demonstrate ideas and initiative around plans for market growth.
•  Be highly organised, with the ability to develop and maintain internal and external relationships.
 

£600 per day for the initial 6 months and the option of going permanent 

Location
• North London/ Hertfordshire / Remote/ Client locations 
Experienced Property Manager. Preferably qualified to MRICS. Minimum of 5 years experience. To oversee the Property Management of a varied portfolio of commercial property. To manage one other member of staff. To report directly to clients and the company Finance Director and Managing Director.
The appointment is initially on a contract basis but could lead to a full-time appointment.

Must have (please don’t apply if you don’t have any of below) 
• 5+ years COMMERCIAL property management experience 
• MRICS
• Good working knowledge of commercial Lease practice.
• Experienced in all aspects of Property Management cycle.
• Experienced in service charge budgets.
• Experienced in health and safety issues.
• Experienced in contract tendering and overseeing.
• Experienced in appointing other consultants such as building surveyors as required.
• Experienced in planned maintenance programmes.
• Staff management skills
• Excellent communication skills
• Excellent problem-solving ability
 

Job Title: Grounds Maintenance Operative Location: Bromley and surrounding area Competitive rate of pay and excellent package of benefits UK Landscapes is a leading UK provider of highly professional services for the commercial retail and utilities sectors extending to grounds maintenance, winter services, landscaping and arboricultural works. With over 30 years’ experience UK Landscapes delivers high quality services utilising high tech. support to provide operational visibility to both the company and its clients. Due to ongoing growth with our existing client base and new work coming on line we are now looking to recruit experienced Grounds Maintenance Operative to cover sites around the Bromley location. The role is offered initially on a seasonal basis working from home location and local depots. Duties will include working as part a 2/3 person team to deliver services to large nationally known clients including grass mowing, strimming, litter collection, leaf clearance, hedge and shrub pruning to an agreed customer specification. The role also includes requirement to log in and out of customer and head office systems using tablets – past experience of using iPads to do this is preferred. Paramount importance is placed of working safely at all times in accordance with Company and Customers safe systems of work and quality processes Candidates should have: ·Current or recent experience in leading a small team and supervising grounds maintenance, landscaping, gardening or outdoor work. ·Full and valid UK driving licence is essential. ·Qualified to tow trailers advantageous ·PA1/PA6 would be ideal – but consideration will be given to providing this In return UK Landscapes offers: ·Pension Scheme ·Participation in team incentive scheme ·Comprehensive training programme as an aid to development ·Employee assistance programme UK Landscapes aims not to discriminate against any applicant on the basis of race, colour, gender or other minority factor To apply for this role please send details of your career, current role and present salary to Jonathan Sweasey at UK Landscapes. If you are ideally located to the roles we have and have the requisite skills and experience we will get back to you within a week
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Job Title: Grounds Maintenance Operative Location: Portsmouth and surrounding area Competitive rate of pay and excellent package of benefits UK Landscapes is a leading UK provider of highly professional services for the commercial retail and utilities sectors extending to grounds maintenance, winter services, landscaping and arboricultural works. With over 30 years’ experience UK Landscapes delivers high quality services utilising high tech. support to provide operational visibility to both the company and its clients. Due to ongoing growth with our existing client base and new work coming on line we are now looking to recruit experienced Grounds Maintenance Operative to cover sites around the Portsmouth location. The role is offered initially on a seasonal basis working from home location and local depots. Duties will include working as part a 2/3 person team to deliver services to large nationally known clients including grass mowing, strimming, litter collection, leaf clearance, hedge and shrub pruning to an agreed customer specification. The role also includes requirement to log in and out of customer and head office systems using tablets – past experience of using iPads to do this is preferred. Paramount importance is placed of working safely at all times in accordance with Company and Customers safe systems of work and quality processes Candidates should have: ·Current or recent experience in leading a small team and supervising grounds maintenance, landscaping, gardening or outdoor work. ·Full and valid UK driving licence advantageous. ·Qualified to tow trailers advantageous ·PA1/PA6 would be ideal – but consideration will be given to providing this In return UK Landscapes offers: ·Pension Scheme ·Participation in team incentive scheme ·Comprehensive training programme as an aid to development ·Employee assistance programme UK Landscapes aims not to discriminate against any applicant on the basis of race, colour, gender or other minority factor To apply for this role please send details of your career, current role and present salary to Jonathan Sweasey at UK Landscapes. If you are ideally located to the roles we have and have the requisite skills and experience we will get back to you within a week
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Johnnie Johnson’s Board are seeking to appoint new Board Members in line with our approach to succession planning for future vacancies. Specifically, we are looking for two positions: * Group Board member who will also join the Audit & Risk Committee – our current Chair has 2 years term of office remaining, so we are looking for a designate Chair of Audit & Risk. Our expectation is that the postholder will have experience in finance, risk and treasury. (This is the “Audit” Role). * Group Board member with housing development and investment skills and experience – to join our Development Committee which focuses both on new build and existing asset management. (This is the “Development” role). However, we would also like to take this opportunity to look for other, generally interested Board Members with the competencies and skills that would contribute to our vision of “Living Longer, Living Better and making Johnnie Johnson Housing an Outstanding Provider of Homes and Services for Independent Living”. If you think you have something to offer outside of the two specific roles we have stated above, please do make a submission. (These are “General” roles.) Positions are currently for up to 3 terms of a period of 3 years, (subject to annual performance reviews) although this is currently under review. Experience in a Non-Executive role is desirable, however is not essential. We also have an under representation of females and Board Members from black, minority and ethnic communities. Group Board Member roles are remunerated at £4,448 per annum. The Development Committee Board Member role is £1,523 per annum. In addition, reasonable expenses are paid in line with our policy. These will be reviewed this year in line with our 3-year Remuneration Review. Board Meetings are quarterly, with 2 additional Strategy Sessions (summer and winter). Committee Meetings may vary depending on need. Engagement with the organisation is expected between formal meetings, within the remit of a Non-Executive Director. Due to the current Covid19 measures, all Board Meetings and Committee Meetings are virtual. This recruitment exercise will also be undertaken on a virtual basis using video or call conferences. About Johnnie Johnson Housing Trust Johnnie Johnson Housing is a not for profit housing association, with 5,000 homes and 7,000 residents across the North West, North East and Yorkshire and Derbyshire. Our Mission is to help people to live longer, live better and remain as independent as possible for as long as possible, in their own homes. In January our Board set our Vision for 2025 and our 2020/21 Corporate Objectives. Now really is an exciting time to join Johnnie Johnson. We are committed to providing: * Outstanding Homes * Outstanding Services * Outstanding Value * Outstanding People We are committed to delivering 1,000 new homes over the next eight years, as well as continued significant investment in our existing stock. We have an Astraline Telecare Service which we are ambitious to grow. In the last 12-18 months as a Board we have reviewed our Governance, our belief is that we want to strive for Outstanding Governance, in line with our Outstanding Corporate Objectives. Working together, with the Exec Team, we feel empowered to challenging ourselves to be pioneering and delivering outstanding results together. How to apply: A Recruitment Pack is available including Role Profiles, Terms of Reference and our Current and Future Plans to download when you complete this online application. Please submit a CV and a covering letter by 26th June 2020, stating why you wish to be considered for the role. We also ask that you complete our Declaration of Interest and Fit and Proper Persons Form and our Equality Monitoring Form. We also ask for two Telephone References. Prospective Board Members who best meet our requirements will be invited to our virtual WebEx recruitment process. Closing date 26th June Interview date for the Board member/Audit & Risk Committee – 7th July Interview date for the Board member for Development board – 9th July We look forward to hearing from you
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CSCS cleaner required to start tomorrow at a facility nr Aldgate station for 3 weeks work Genaral cleaning and hygiene cleansing Must have CSCS and safety boots ideally. Rate of pay £10ph Weekly pay Must be able to start tomorrow ( saturday 23rd May) Apply now
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An exciting opportunity for an experienced Head of Service Charge and Rents to join a G15 Housing Association for a 6 month contract. Client Details Based in London this well established Organisation provides Housing across the Capital. Description The Head of Service Charge and Rents will be responsible for leading a team of Officers and the following duties To set and monitor Service Charge budgets across the Organisation. To assess and improve processes across the team. To lead all Rent Review periods. Ensure accurate Statement of Accounts for all Service Charge payers.Profile The Service Charge and Rents Manager will have experience managing a large team. You will have excellent knowledge of Rents and Service Charge. A qualification in accounting is not essential. Job Offer A salary of between £45,000 and £50,000 plus benefits
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Development Project Manager - Greater Manchester - Property and Housing Client Details Development Project Manager My client is one of the largest social housing providers in the Greater Manchester region with over 10,000 properties. They are looking to build more than a 1000 new homes by 2020 and are looking to appoint an experienced Development Project Manager on an initial fixed term basis. Description Development Project Manager The successful candidate will play a key role in the administration and delivery of the groups development and regeneration programme. Main duties and tasks of the successful candidate include: Administration of scheme development including liaison with consultants, solicitors, valuers, local authority and HCA Officers. Ensure all development administration takes place to agreed timetables and budgets. Preparation and submission of schemes to lending authorities in accordance with scheme work requirements and policy Identifying and purchasing suitable property and land. Obtain valuations, site investigation reports etc as required. Preparation of scheme appraisals and cash flow forecasts. Maintaining and updating records. Preparation and attainment of annual budgets and targets. Production of cost estimates, schedules of work, tender and contract documentation. Contract administration. Assist in preparation of bids for funding within agreed timetables. Attending site meetings when required. Liaison with all internal departments.Profile The successful candidate will: Have at least one years experience in a property related or project management role Knowledge of property development process, the built environment and principles of good design Knowledge of contract procurement and contract management Track record of project management/delivery on time and on budget Ability to produce development appraisals Experience of working within a prescribed framework but ability to think creatively to resolve problems. Familiarity with HCA requirements Job Offer Development Manager 12 month initial contract Agile working
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  • £15.86 - £18/hour Negotiable
Spencer Clarke Group are working closely alongside Enfield Council to provide them a with Anti-Social Behavior Officer join their team on a 6+ Contract Basis! Rate  £15.86 to £18+ Negotiable dependent upon experience Your Role ; Receive casework referrals from designated referral agencies, including the Police and Housing Management, regarding serious anti-social behaviour, nuisance and harassment. Interview victims, perpetrators and potential witnesses of anti-social behaviour and ensure that the appropriate monitoring takes place. If you wish to be put forward for this role, please apply and contact Khalsa Singh @ Spencer Clarke group – WHY SPENCER CLARKE?! Here at Spencer Clarke Group we provide workers with their own dedicated and experience consultant who provide extensive market knowledge! Access to a wide range of temporary and permanent opportunities Market leading referrals of up to £500 Free DBS checks Post Placement Aftercare Loyalty reward scheme and regular competitions for our agency workers
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  • £9.30/hour Holiday Pay + Pension + Benefits
Cleaner Cleaner - Hunstanton (PE36) - immediate start - Leading employer - Part Time - long term contract Are you local cleaner looking for some extra work? Are you hard working, reliable and looking for work with a leading employer? Our leading Facilities Management client are seeking a part time cleaner to join the team in Hunstanton (PE36). Working at a local office, you will help make sure the site is clean and tidy ready for use for all staff. Please note: As this site is an essential service, the work will continue as normal - safety provisions are in place at the site such as social distancing Monday to Saturday (6hrs) 10am - 11am Monday to Saturday (flexible start time) Overtime available if required £9.30 + Holiday (weekly pay) Temp contract - ongoing basis 3 months + Training provided Excellent working environment Duties include: Vacuuming, sweeping and mopping Dusting and wiping all surface areas Cleaning on site kitchen and bathroom Waste disposal Stock rotation Experience needed: Cleaning experience Must have own safety shoes or boots Customer service skills Hard working and reliable Immediate to start Reliable and committed For more details, please apply today Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business
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