AST Property Assistant
Our client, based in the City, is seeking an experienced property
assistant to manage their residential property portfolio (AST
based). This is a full cycle property assistant’s role in that you
will be responsible for property issues from start to finish.
Duties will include:
- Taking incoming calls and logging
- •Allocating the job to the appropriate contractor
- •Obtaining quotes and authorising jobs as appropriate
- •Ensuring all annual gas and electrical appliance safety
inspections and EICR’s are carried out
- Coordinating keys and property access
- •Communicating with tenants regarding progress on current jobs
- •Managing and tracking related invoicing
- •Ensuring all jobs are concluded positively and to the client’s
- •Maintaining in-house systems
To be successful in this role you will need to have experience of
working in a property assistants based role where you have had end
to end responsibility for repairs and maintenance for residential
properties (not social housing based). This is not just a straight
“call logging” role and will require problem solving skills.
This is a maternity leave contract lasting 6-12 months with the
possible option to join the team on a permanent basis in the future.
Working hours are 9.00am – 6.00pm but this is a very busy role so
you may be required to stay outside these hours to ensure service
standards are met for clients. Salary offered is £20-25,000 per
annum, dependant upon skills and experience. If this role is of
interest please email your CV to us ASAP.
We consider every CV that is submitted to us, however please note
that time constraints mean we are only able to get back to those
applications that are successful. We may retain your details to
match against future job opportunities.
NB. It is a very competitive job market so before submitting your CV
it is worth a final check to make sure it is well laid out, up to
date and accurately reflects your qualifications, experience, skills
and abilities in relation to the position you are applying for.
Where you want to highlight your particular suitability it is worth
using a covering letter with your CV.