The Church of England Pensions Board is a statutory charitable body, which looks after the welfare of those who retire from the stipendiary ministry of the Church of England, and their widow/er(s) and dependants by the provision of pensions grants and retirement accommodation.
The Board’s large Housing Department administers the provision of retirement housing for eligible clergy and their spouses in the form of mortgage loans, rented property, shared ownership and supported Housing.
As Complex Case and Voids Property Manager, you will deliver a customer focused and effective property and asset management service that meets the diverse needs of our residents across the rental portfolio.
You will work collaboratively with business partners and other professionals including maintenance partners, to ensure value for money and quality accommodation that meets decent homes standards, managing works within an annual budget of around £3m.
To be successful, you will need a good and clear understanding of customer service and property maintenance with experience of managing works within occupied housing. An innovator and a problem solver, you will have strong technical knowledge of construction and maintenance works with an engaging and collaborative approach and the ability and motivation to achieve priorities on time and on budget.
Our properties are located throughout England and Wales. Although this role will be based in our Westminster Office, you will be expected to visit residents in their homes, undertake inspections of properties and supervise the works of contractors and consultants. In order to undertake visits, you will need to work flexibly and on occasion, may need to stay overnight away from home.
You will receive an essential taxable/non-pensionable car user allowance to the maximum value of £300/£3,600 monthly/annually. Additionally, a business mileage allowance will be provided in accordance with published HMRC statutory business mileage allowance rates.
First stage interviews will be held W/C 7th Oct 2019. Second stage interviews will be held W/C 28th Oct 2019.
In return we offer a unique environment with opportunities for continuous learning, generous annual leave for work life balance, season ticket loans and a range of benefits including discounted entry to attractions and what we feel is a market leading package when it comes to our pension scheme.