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Property Manager

Ref: JN -022019-65211
GBP26000 - GBP35000 per annum + Competitive benefits
UK, North West
Property & Real Estate, Residential
22nd February 2019
Job Type

My client, a leading specialist in residential block management, is currently seeking a proven Block Manager to join their growing team. The successful individual will need to come in and hit the ground running managing c.1200 units across Greater Manchester. High levels of customer service are essential as you will be working with key clients/Directors at each development.

The ideal candidate will

  • Be completely organised with a keen eye for detail.
  • Have a positive can-do attitude and be willing to go above and beyond to achieve the best results possible.
  • Compose themselves in a calm and professional manner at all times.
  • Be very smart and presentable to appropriately represent the company.
  • Have clear and concise communication skills to all involved.

Responsibilities of the roles include

  • Responding to correspondence by email/phone calls from directors, Leaseholders and tenants.
  • Instructing and overseeing Section 20 Major Works.
  • Attending AGM's, Resident Meetings and EGM's
  • Managing the portfolio compliantly and operating in line with the current property laws and legislation in place, as well as adhering to the lease.
  • Ensure that the Service Charges are being spent in line with the Service Charge budget for that financial year, except when any unforeseen expenditures are necessary after prior approval has been granted.
  • Providing exceptional customer service to the Directors and Leaseholders.
  • Ensure that site visits are regularly undertaken in line with the management agreement

Please apply online with your most recent CV.

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