|Salary:||£18000 - £20000 per annum|
|Start Date:||2019-03-06 00:00:00|
|Contact Name:||Katherine White|
|Job Published:||March 06, 2019 15:08|
You do not need any experience.
You will be based in Southville
This is a fantastic role where you will become an Inventory Clerk & Lettings Administrator
Working for a highly successful independent letting and property management company.
You will receive a Salary of £18,000 per annum.
Hours Of Work 40 hours within the following working week. This includes some Saturdays typically 7 in 16
Mon - Thurs 0845 - 1800 Fri 0845 - 1700 Sat 0845 - 1400 working as Saturday you will get time off in the week
Pension - following 3 months of employment the employee is entitled to benefit from the company pension scheme.
Private Health Care - following 12 months of employment the employee is entitled to benefit from the company private health scheme.
Holiday 20 days per annum - increasing 1 day per year of service, up to a maximum of 25 days
This position would suit an enthusiastic individual who is keen to have a career in administration. No experience is necessary as full training will be given. The position is divided into 2 main roles - Inventory Clerk & Lettings Administrator, and as such there are different responsibilities with each role and the individual will benefit from training in both. The successful candidate will helped to receive qualifications in both disciplines.
Inventory Clerk ; The individual is responsible for managing and conducting the whole inventory process. Following the renting of a property the Inventory Clerk must organise a suitable time to conduct the inventory and then prepare it for the incoming tenant. The inventories must be up to current APIP standards and be approved by our property management department to ensure they compliment the check out process.
The inventory clerk is also responsible for reading meters, notifying utility companies and managing sets of keys.
Lettings Administrator; The individual needs provide support to the various departments within TBRLC as the situation arises. Initially the main area of responsibility is assisting the Tenancy Manager with the preparation of tenant check in packs and completing references. The individual would also be responsible for 'running the front desk', booking in viewings, replacing window displays, administering deposit registration certificates and notifying utility suppliers.
You would be expected to complete the Association of Professional Inventory Providers (APIP) Exam within 4 months of starting the role, and also you would be expected to complete the National Federation of Property Professionals (NFOPP) in Lettings and Property Management within 12 months of their start date.
Conduct detailed property inventories (average 2 per day)
Typing up of inventories
Managing inventory schedule
Quality control on inventories
Obtaining meter readings
Notifying utility companies & council tax
Checking/ managing keys
Managing front desk
Preparation of Check-in packs
Managing deposit certificates
Incoming Phone Calls
Completing Technical Award in 12 months
If you are interested in applying then please send your CV and a covering letter why you would like to be considered for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not have a CV ready to send today and would like to have a chat with me please drop me an email look forward to hearing from you.