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Property Manager - Building Surveying

  • Salary: £150 - £200 per day + package benefits
  • Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Construction , Consulting Engineering
  • Job reference: 387790ASH

Job description

We are currently working with a large Church Group body to recruit a suitably qualified Property Manager to work within the Property Department. Your duties will be to take lead responsibility in managing the residential, agricultural and investment property portfolios. Specifically, to be responsible for housing property inspections, repairs, maintenance and improvements across all areas.

Specifically the team's core responsibilities are based on the following objectives:

  • To ensure that property is used and managed effectively as a support to the mission and ministry of the Church;
  • To provide houses which are of a satisfactory standard, and which are maintained and, where necessary, improved in a manner that is timely and consistent with good value for money;
  • To recognise the impact on diocesan clergy, their families and other occupants of timely maintenance and repair as part of the pastoral care.

Main Responsibilities ​

  • To undertake and act upon all Periodic Surveys and Vacancy Inspections of clergy housing in accordance with the Repair of Benefice Buildings Measure 1972.
  • Prepare and circulate relevant reports relating to inspections and works and prepare schedule of costs and works involved.
  • Arrange and authorise the alteration, improvement and repair of all clergy housing within the diocesan budget as necessary.
  • Meet new incumbents and other clergy at date of appointment to discuss housing requirements.
  • Working with the Head of Change and Property, prepare capital and revenue budgets and ensure the systems of control are properly maintained and reviewed.
  • Ensure efficient monitoring of all tender processes.
  • To arrange and monitor property lettings and rentals.
  • To manage the disposal of surplus property and purchase of replacement property.
  • Liaise with external contractors and other bodies to work in partnership with the Property Department.
  • Check completed works against invoice prior to authorising payments.
  • Supervise daily works of contractors and special assignments where necessary.
  • Be responsible for the repair and maintenance of the diocesan office (and any third party tenancy of the building) and episcopal offices and ensure Health and Safety regulations are adhered to.
  • To deal with the day to day repairs, maintenance and service contracts arising from the occupation of clergy housing.
  • To support with the maintenance of closed Church Buildings where required.
  • To be responsible for insurance matters relating to valuations and claims and the preparation of claims forms.
  • To assist with the preparation of the agenda, reports, minutes and papers for the diocesan property advisory groups, Boards and committees and attend such meetings as are required.
  • To provide cover and support for other staff within the Property Department as and when required.
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The Property Manager should be able to provide evidence of the following:

Skills, knowledge and aptitudes

  • excellent communication skills
  • accurate report writing;
  • organising their time and working to deadlines;
  • preparing capital and revenue budgets;
  • preparing of schedules of work and specifications, tendering of building works and site inspections;
  • a high level of attention to detail and an enquiring mind;
  • the ability to work on their own initiative
  • Excellent IT literacy, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • The ability to produce neat and accurate plans and drawings by hand and computer; (desirable)

Qualifications, Training and experience:

  • be a qualified Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (desirable)
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent with significant experience in a related field

have extensive experience of:

  • property management of housing and land
  • disposal of redundant property and purchase of replacement property
  • arranging and monitoring of property lettings and rentals (desirable)
  • monitoring of tender processes
  • implementation and application of relevant health and safety, planning and building regulation legislation
  • defect analysis - identifying & analysing building pathology
  • property surveys
  • have experience of working as a member of a team
  • be experienced at delivering presentations to groups, committees and Boards, using various media (desirable)
  • be able to demonstrate a willingness to attend appropriate training and development
  • use of property management software

Personal Attributes

  • be a person of integrity;
  • have a tenacious approach to delivery, quality of output and organisation;
  • be sympathetic to the needs of others;
  • have good interpersonal skills;
  • have an understanding of confidentiality issues and the use of discretion.​

Disposition and Attitude

  • Empathy for the faith and mission of the Church of England

Special Requirements

  • ​​be able to travel across the whole Diocese and beyond

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