Property Manager

Thorne Employment
Horsham, West Sussex
17 Oct 2016
31 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Property Managers must have experience working in sheltered/supported housing as that will be their client group. £28,000pa to 31,000pa ECU Allowance is paid in accordance with requirements of the relevant policy as updated from time to time. Permanent Based at Horsham, West Sussex We are seeking Property Managers who will work on our high density mixed tenure schemes You will be delivering a responsive, efficient, high quality and customer focussed estate and facilities management service, to ensure communal facilities and services provided in our properties and on our estates are reliable, of good quality and offer value for money. You should be able to show that you have excellent communication skills and the ability to manage a complex workload as well as the ability to monitor the financial costs of managing properties. You will need to demonstrate a strong track record of providing excellent customer service, and have the ability to think on your feet and take responsibility and ownership for the schemes you will manage. The role of Property Manager is your chance to have a frontline, client facing role that will impact and influence the customer journey and help us to create places where people want to live. It is also essential that you hold a current driving licence and have access to a car. What we can offer is a competitive salary, comprehensive staff benefits and sector leading training and development. This is a great opportunity to join a forward thinking private and social housing provider who lead the sector. Estate inspections - Inspect and grade communal areas and estates, raising and following up on appropriate corrective actions to customer resolution.Estate Improvements - Identify opportunities to use the Neighbourhood Improvement Fund to further enhance the enjoyment of our estates for our customers.Estate and facilities management - Provide a responsive and efficient estate, block and facilities management service to ensure our residents' communal areas and neighbourhoods are pleasant, well-maintained and safe places to live.Service Charges - Understand all services and charges provided to estates, properties and communal areas and check the quality of services provided to ensure these represent value for money.ASB - Tackle and reduce the effects of anti-social behaviour on estates and in communal areas, dealing with issues such as abandoned vehicles, bulk rubbish, graffiti and misuse of communal areas.New Homes - Take responsibility for new homes handed over to the neighbourhood, including understanding services, facilities and charges. Other tasks and activities associated with the role. Access to our full suite of benefits including 26 days holiday per year, annual bonus subject to group performance, excellent Pension scheme and real investment in your personal & career development. Other benefits include, Benenden Healthcare, an employee assistance programme and non-contributory life assurance.