PROPERTY SERVICES MANAGER
Circa £60,000, plus essential user car allowance
With a commercial property portfolio of 190 premises and an investment acquisition budget of some £7m, The Borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk offers a wealth of challenge if you’re an ambitious senior property professional.
Geographically, we’re one of the largest districts in England and have a reputation for achieving results. King’s Lynn has sub-regional centre status, with far-reaching projects including the Nar Ouse Enterprise Zone site, one of the largest brownfield regeneration schemes in the East of England.
Working for our Assistant Director Property and Projects, you will be the Service Manager responsible for the day to day management of our property services team, overseeing valuation, property management, repairs, maintenance and agency services. Giving professional advice to internal client departments, senior management team and Elected Members you will also undertake large scale, complex negotiations for the purchase and disposal of property. You will lead the development and implementation of our Asset Management Plan and also oversee the development our Asset Register and computerised estate management system. The role also carries responsibility for budgets relating to our income-generating property assets (excluding car parks), revenue income and repair and maintenance expenditure on our commercial property portfolio.
MRICS qualified, you will have experience of managing a commercial property portfolio and the acquisition of investment property, ideally within local government, along with experience of facilities management. An effective communicator, you will use your professional expertise and proven track record of delivering results to find solutions to complex problems and ensure the effective delivery of a large and varied workload by the team.
To support you in joining us we offer a relocation package to assist you in moving to west Norfolk, or flexible working arrangements, including the ability to work from home for part of the week.
If you would like to find out more and find out how this is the right post for you, please contact Matthew Henry, Assistant Director, Property and Projects by emailing matthew.henry@West-Norfolk.gov.uk.
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Closing date: 2 October 2020.
Interviews will be held 21 October 2020