Leasehold Property Officer - Affordable Housing
Our client is looking for a full time Leasehold Officer to work with the Shared Ownership Team in Coventry. This role is being offered on a secondment basis for 12-months until the end of October 2017.
Title: Leasehold Property Officer
Location: Coventry, CV1
Salary: £23,543 rising to £24,783 per annum (Full Time Equivalent) after successful completion of probationary period
Hours: 35 hours per week (Full Time)
Contract Type: Temporary
Building relationships is at the heart of what our client does. So it’s no surprise they’re so passionate about their people. After all, they’re just as passionate about the communities they serve.
They are committed to becoming one of the most efficient providers of affordable housing and community investment services. And while they exist to put customers first, create opportunity and enthuse their customers, they also strive to create an ambitious, inclusive place to work, where they recognise that every single one of their staff makes a difference.
The Shared Ownership Leasehold team manages our client’s portfolio of leasehold properties.
The ideal candidate will have experience of Leasehold Management either within Shared Ownership or Right to Buy. However, consideration will be given to applicants who have worked in a Housing Officer role and can show an awareness of the concept of Leasehold Management and have:
- Experience of dealing with customers, including customer complaints.
- Experience of income collection. The ability to work on their own initiative, are good problem solvers and have a ‘can-do’ attitude.
- The ability to easily absorb information and is keen to learn about this area of work.
- A common sense approach is vital as is the ability to read and interpret complex documents (such as a lease agreement).
- An organised approach and be happy to work as part of a busy team.
- Please note that ASB and Lettings/Allocations is not part of a leasehold officer’s role and therefore housing officers who only have experience in this area will not be considered.
Working with a team of property officers, you will be responsible for delivering a high quality leasehold management service dealing with all aspects of leasehold management including: the setting and collection of service charges and rent, all leasehold enquiries, breaches of lease, procuring and managing contracts for services (i.e. grounds maintenance and cleaning) and ensuring leaseholders are consulted on works and services in line with the appropriate legislation.
Closing Date: 23rd October 2016
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Our client aspires to be a digital organisation that minimises its impact on the environment. Wherever possible, they will conduct transactions digitally rather than by paper and ask that current and future employees share this commitment. Where required, they will support colleagues to be digitally enabled
No agencies please.