Property Manager

London Barnes

We have an opportunity to recruit a Property Manager on a permanent contract on a part-time basis to work in our professional lettings team in our Barnes office. The focus for this role is the management of let property throughout the whole rental process from the tenancy start up stage to the tenancy termination stage in a manner that satisfies agreed departmental targets plus property inspections.

Division
Residential Lettings
Function
Property Management
Contract Type
Permanent
Working Hours
Part Time
Closing Date
08/06/2019

MAIN TASKS:

  • To administer the management of let residential properties to include efficient and correct handling of problems arising during the tenancy, managing any repairs, overseeing check-ins and check-outs as necessary and dealing with any arrears.
  • Conduct quarterly inspections of all properties, advising Landlords of any changes or issues arising. Promptly notifying tenants of any areas where action is required.
  • In conducting check-outs liaise with all parties to negotiate a speedy and satisfactory conclusion.
  • Manage the relationship with the landlord, including reporting and accounts matters
  • Identify and recommend need for property upgrades and refurbishment, organising any between tenancy work, including that arising from dilapidations to allow for a timely re-let to maximise Landlord’s income.
  • Liaise with Peterborough accounts and lettings team at Oxford
  • Understand the area and develop a sound knowledge of property rents and values and desired presentation of properties together with a keen awareness of local competition
  • Update records and maximise the use of databases such as Reapit to ensure all property and tenant details are up to date

PERSON SPECIFICATION:                                                                       

  • Excellence in terms of maintaining confidentiality
  • A professional manner and excellent customer service skills at all times
  • Strong administrative, computer and organisational skills
  • The ability to take the initiative in a confident and personable manner
  • A strong team player with good interpersonal skills
  • Numerate with excellent written and verbal communication
  • Fine attention to detail
  • The ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Good negotiating and presentational skills
  • Ability to build long term relationships between client and self
  • Qualified to ARLA I/II standard or equivalent standard of experience
  • IT literacy including experience in the use of residential software packages.

MAIN TASKS:

  • To administer the management of let residential properties to include efficient and correct handling of problems arising during the tenancy, managing any repairs, overseeing check-ins and check-outs as necessary and dealing with any arrears.
  • Conduct quarterly inspections of all properties, advising Landlords of any changes or issues arising. Promptly notifying tenants of any areas where action is required.
  • In conducting check-outs liaise with all parties to negotiate a speedy and satisfactory conclusion.
  • Manage the relationship with the landlord, including reporting and accounts matters
  • Identify and recommend need for property upgrades and refurbishment, organising any between tenancy work, including that arising from dilapidations to allow for a timely re-let to maximise Landlord’s income.
  • Liaise with Peterborough accounts and lettings team at Oxford
  • Understand the area and develop a sound knowledge of property rents and values and desired presentation of properties together with a keen awareness of local competition
  • Update records and maximise the use of databases such as Gemini to ensure all property and tenant details are up to date

PERSON SPECIFICATION:                                                                       

  • Excellence in terms of maintaining confidentiality
  • A professional manner and excellent customer service skills at all times
  • Strong administrative, computer and organisational skills
  • The ability to take the initiative in a confident and personable manner
  • A strong team player with good interpersonal skills
  • Numerate with excellent written and verbal communication
  • Fine attention to detail
  • The ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Good negotiating and presentational skills
  • Ability to build long term relationships between client and self
  • Qualified to ARLA I/II standard or equivalent standard of experience
  • IT literacy including experience in the use of residential software packages.

 

ABOUT US:

Since 1855, Carter Jonas has grown to be one of the largest and most respected property consultancies in the UK with a network of 33 offices across England and Wales, employing more than 800 partners and staff.

We employ the very best people. We are a place where people want to work and our culture is collaborative and business minded. We have experts in every field who deliver long term advice that enhances our clients’ future prosperity.

 At Carter Jonas, ‘Simply Better Advice’ is a statement that unites everyone in our business behind a common purpose. It is a commitment to our customers that we will work harder for them, constantly striving to provide the best advice in the market. 

 Voted one of the Best Places to work in Property in 2018 and accredited with a Gold Investors in People award, we are proud of our values and what they stand for; chosen by our very own employees:

  • Approachable – We treat every relationship with respect, integrity and warmth
  • Effective – We do what we say we will, we do it well and we’re accountable
  • Ambitious – We are ambitious for our clients and for our firm

We endeavour to create the closest of relations with our Partners and employees, which we measure via our annual Employee Satisfaction Survey. At a national level we aim to ensure equal opportunities in the workplace and create a supportive and inclusive culture to encourage diversity and which underpins our core values of Approachable, Effective and Ambitious.

We want to ensure all of our employees are provided with the right support and guidance to optimise their performance. We offer a wide variety of Learning & Development, as well as structured career paths for professionals. In the last two years, we have launched our Diversity & Inclusion Network, Health & Wellbeing sites as well as our CJ Family Network. 

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