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Senior Property Manager

Ref: JN -032020-70302
Salary
Up to GBP33000 per annum + plus Bonus
Location
UK, London
Sector
Property & Real Estate, Estate Agency
Date
13th March 2020
Job Type
Permanent

Title: Senior Property Manager (ARLA required)

Salary: £33,000

Location: South-west London

One of London's leading estate agencies is looking for a Senior Property Manager to join their expanding team. Our client is looking for an experienced property professional that has the ability to communicate effectively and build long-term relationships.

Your responsibilities:

  • Manage an extensive portfolio of properties
  • Effectively liaising with landlords and tenants - helping our client maintain their award-winning reputation
  • Work with your team to provide the highest quality of service
  • Helping with property maintenance - being able to resolve issues and think on your feet
  • Invoice management and processing
  • Deposit negotiation and distribution

Why this role is for you:

  • Competitive base salary and attractive bonus scheme
  • Rota based working hours, providing a flexible approach to your day
  • Access to company-wide incentive schemes
  • The opportunity to be part of an enthusiastic and high performing team atmosphere
  • Access to a training programme to support your personal and professional development

This company provides a working environment that allows employees to reach their full potential, they have invested in infrastructure and an ethos that helps property professionals hone their craft, and reawaken their passion for their role.

If you are looking to join a company with a market-leading reputation, then apply with your CV online or contact Will at Cobalt for a confidential conversation on 020 7478 2533

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