Are you an experienced property manager? Do you have what it takes to deliver operational excellence in a private property management business?
Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) is passionate about giving Londoners the opportunity to love where they live. Folio London is part of the NHG and manages our market rent portfolio of 2,900 properties, offering good quality homes to professional Londoners. We’re a commercial business with a social purpose. We maximise rental income by offering exceptional customer service and keeping our running costs to a minimum so we can generate surplus for the Group to reinvest in building affordable homes for Londoners in need.
We’re looking to recruit a Property Management Executive who is as commercially minded as us and will be driven to provide excellent service when managing a portfolio of private rented properties. Both roles will be based at our Kings Cross Office but will involve travel across London and may also involve working at one of our estate offices on a regularised basis.
In this role you’ll be personally responsible for delivering an excellent customer experience across a designated patch of properties. From day to day repairs through to making sure our estates are looking fantastic you’ll be focusing on providing an exemplary service to our customers. Because of this, you will need to be a confident communicator to build the great professional relationships our customers deserve, with the ability to solve the problems associated with property management. Finally, your enthusiasm, tenacity and ability to thrive under pressure will be central to your success.
We want you to grow in this role. If you’re already ARLA/IPRM qualified, that is a great place to start from, but if you’re not, we’ll help you gain appropriate qualifications as part of your continued professional development. In addition, to working for us in the residential rental market, you’ll also gain exposure to the housing association world, boosting your holistic knowledge of the housing sector.
Applications for this role close at midday on 26th July 2019. Short listed candidates will be invited to interview on 2nd August 2019.
Should a redeployee apply for this role; their application will be first considered before any others.
How to apply
Please follow the link to apply online and submit your CV and supporting statement. Your supporting statement should take examples from your experience to date, outlining why you feel you are an ideal candidate for this role. Please include real examples of work, outcomes, achievements or behaviours that you are proud of.
Please keep your CV and supporting statement to a maximum of 2 pages each.