What is a Property Management Surveyor with Workman LLP?
- As a Property Management Surveyor you will oversee the day to day running and management of a varied portfolio of commercial property ranging from retail, office and industrial.
- You'll be responsible for providing landlords and tenants specialist advice on things such as lease obligations, repairs and maintenance works, whilst overseeing the management of rental and other income owed by the tenant.
- You will be working with the client (landlords) to help enhance the value of their portfolios when required.
- Our clients are principally large institutional firms (pension funds, insurance companies etc.) and property companies.
What are the main duties and responsibilities?
- Arranging and undertaking property inspections.
- Ensuring tenants' compliance with lease obligations in relation to use and maintenance of the property are adhered to.
- Preparation and administration of service charge expenditure.
- Overseeing the provision of common services to properties and tenants.
- Ensuring compliance with legislation including Health and Safety and other regulations.
- Assisting clients in the acquisition and disposal of properties.
- Dealing with tenant applications for consent to assign, sublet and alter.
- Provide support and assistance to clients in connection with value enhancement opportunities including rent reviews, lettings and lease renewal programs.
- Reporting to and working with clients on tenure and physical improvements to properties.
- Supervising, directing and maintaining up to date records for site based staff.
- Working with landlords and tenants on all other matters relating to the clients' property portfolio.
What are the attributes and personal qualities do we look for in our Property Management Surveyors?
- Enthusiasm and commitment to both client and tenant requirements
- Attention to detail
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Problem solving skills
- Readiness to take responsibility and act on your own initiative
- The ability to work as part of a team
- The ability to remain calm under pressure
- The ability to develop and maintain a professional relationship with clients and tenants
- Enjoy working in different environments as you will be out on site as well as in the office
- Excellent time management skills
Requirements and prospects Desired skills
Good IT skills to include Word, Excel and Outlook.Personal qualities
Enthusiastic, eager and willing to learn, able to use initiative, good communication skills, good time keeping and personable.Desired qualifications
For standard entry applicants, must have a Bachelor's degree with honours at lower second standard (2:2) or equivalent
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent plus experience in a relevant field
A level 5 qualification as defined by the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications for England, Wales and Northern Ireland (FHEQ) plus five years' relevant experience
A professional qualification plus five years' relevant experience
Have GCSE Grade C or above in English and Mathematics (Grade 4 for applicants holding newly reformed GCSEs in England) or an equivalent Level 2 qualification in English and Mathematics as defined by the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) in England.
*Recognised qualifications having an equivalent level of attainment as those recognised by UCAS include: Higher National Certificate (HNC), Higher National Diploma (HND), professional qualifications from recognised institutions, certain armed forces qualifications and partially completed degrees.Future prospects
Apprenticeswho demonstrate excellent potential will be offered permanent roles.Things to consider
The role is a combination of computer based work and travel. Travel will include site visits and travel other Workman offices.
This is a client facing role which is challenging and demanding but worthwhile.
The starting salary is £18,000, rising to £26,700 (£29,700 for London) by the end of the 5 year apprenticeship.