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Shopping Centre Manager

Ref: JN -032019-65803
Salary
GBP26000.00 - GBP28000.00 per annum
Location
UK, South West & Wales
Sector
Property & Real Estate, Facilities Management
Date
9th April 2019
Job Type
Permanent

Shopping Centre Manager

Salisbury

£28,000

Our client, a well renowned and highly successful managing agent is seeking a Shopping Centre Manager with a strong facilities background to join their team. This retail site is comprised of 20 units and is popular in the local area.

Key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:

  • Assisting the Regional Facilities Manager, Surveyors and Regional Heads in the day to day running and planned maintenance of the centre.
  • Managing the operational budget for the centre as well as being involved with the service charge.
  • Tendering and re-tendering for service contracts with an end goal of reducing costs for the centre as well as managing all external service providers.
  • Ensuring the highest level of compliance in respect of health and safety and statutory legislation of the property.
  • Communicating with tenants, stakeholders and contractors on a regular basis to ensure and smooth and efficient day to day running of the centre.

With a strong background managing retail and leisure portfolios, you will thrive in a fast paced environment where you will be involved with all aspects of facilities management. You must have a good understanding of the health and safety legislation, with qualifications such as IOSH and NEBOSH being of benefit. Above all, you will be a dedicated and hard working Centre Manager who is looking to lead from the front and has confidence in your own ability.

If you might be interested please send your cv to lnicholls@cobaltrecruitment.com

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