Leasehold Property Manager

Employer
Department for Work & Pensions
Location
Nationwide
Salary
£49,171 to £59,589 (National) and £54,067 to £64,656 (Inner London)
Closing date
31 Dec 2021
Reference
166457 

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Sector
Land, Property, Construction
Salary Band
Annual, £40,000 - £49,999, £50,000 - £59,999
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Flexible
Specialism
Commercial Property, Estates Management, Property Management
Business Type
Public Sector
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Job Details

Leasehold Property Manager G7

Vacancy Reference 166457 

Closing Date – 31 December 2021

Location – London, Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle or Blackpool

Salary - £49,171 to £59,589 (National) and £54,067 to £64,656 (Inner London)

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for welfare, pensions and child maintenance policy. As the UK’s biggest public service department, we operate on a scale that is almost unmatched anywhere in Europe and most people in Britain come into contact with us at some point in their lives.

DWP Estates Directorate are accountable for the delivery of all aspects of real estate services and the work we do is critical in ensuring the vital work that the Department undertakes is enabled effectively. The DWP commercial estate is the largest within Government and our diverse national property portfolio reflects this scale. It is a unique mix ranging from modern corporate centres, multi-occupied Service Centres, to its frontline high street services.

We are responsible for the Department’s 900+ workplaces, that provide workplaces for 90,000 employees and a UK wide presence for all those that visit us. Ultimately, the Department relies on us to provide safe and secure buildings that are fit for purpose and meet the needs of the business.

The Department is also committed to delivering Sustainability and Net Zero Carbon improvements across its estate, demonstrating leadership in making the public estate smaller, better, greener. The work you will be undertaking is therefore crucial in us meeting the needs of all those who use our services.

This senior role will lead the portfolio’s responsibility for various channels of space optimisation across DWP’s diverse portfolio of occupation, including leasehold, other government or public sector bodies with local government bodies (e.g councils), working closely with the Landlord and Lease Management and Legal supply partners to oversee the management of our large and complex occupation portfolio, ensuring the future DWP estate is secured, balancing demand with providing critical input and constructive challenge ensuring alignment and support to the DWP portfolio strategy delivery.

This role will provide oversight for all Landlord and Tenant related matters such as lease events to deliver commercial value, thereby containing inflationary pressure in the cost base. He/she will support estates strategy and deliver estate management services across a defined region of the DWP estate.

For further information and details on how to apply, visit Civil Service Jobs via the 'Apply' button.

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The Department for Work and Pensions touches every citizen in the country at some time in their life. We are the UK Government’s largest public service provider, providing services and support to over 22 million people and managing Whitehall’s biggest annual budget, totaling over £176 billion. At the same time, we are delivering a once in a generation programme of welfare reform.

We provide a modern, fair and affordable welfare system that makes a sustainable and positive difference to people’s  lives every day. Our role is to support people into work by extending their opportunity, strengthening their personal  responsibility and enabling them to reach their potential – and this could be your role too.

We’re looking for talented individuals to help us fulfil this role during the biggest challenge of a generation.

At the forefront of the Covid response and economic recovery, DWP will remain 'front and centre' in the Government’s  efforts to support people through the recovery and back into work. When Covid-19 struck, DWP immediately took a critical role in ensuring people received vital financial support. DWP has already put in place a programme of work to support economic recovery, ranging from influencing decisions  on emergence from lockdown (eg changing social distancing measures) to re-designing a future Jobcentre Plus  service, and future contracted employment provision to ensure well-targeted, and deliverable support is available.

We employ over 91,000 people in varied roles, from delivering services on the front line in communities across the  country, to developing policy to tackle some of the biggest strategic questions of the age.

For further information please go to: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-work-pensions

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