How rewarding is your current role?
I think that most people on the market want to find somewhere that genuinely does reward them for the hard work they put in.
This business has one of the best staff retention rates that I know of, and I believe it’s down to the Directors of the business and the way they look after their staff on all fronts, flexibility to work from home, annual company trips away and one of the best lucrative bonus structures I know of.
You would be working for a small – medium sized multi-disciplinary consultancy that is looking to expand their development monitoring team.
They have over 20 years’ experience in development monitoring for funders with an excellent reputation. This service accounts for approximately 15-20% of their annual fee income. Their typical projects sizes range from £1million to £40million construction values across a number of sectors, predominantly residential PD conversions and new build schemes for sale or rent, student accommodation schemes, hotels, retail, commercial and industrial and logistics developments.
You would work with a mix of Banks and funds including: (Investec, UMTB, Lloyds, HSBC, RBS, Hampshire Trust Bank, BLME and others), (Aberdeen, WP Carey and others), Finance companies such as (Puma Finance, Bellerive Finance and West City Properties).
You will be joining a team of 5 and a big part of your role will be building on the relationships of current clients, the idea is that you will become a key account holder and you will have the opportunity grow a team underneath you as you work your way up the ladder.
There are a lot of highlights to this company; diversity, sustainability, technology, training, but of course we all go to work to make money and the bonus scheme they have is far from discretionary, its all in black and white and it all comes down to what you deliver, I know Assistants that made 25% or their salary last year!
If you would like to hear more on this then please don’t hesitate to apply below or feel free to add me on LinkedIn for discreet chat (Anthony Towse)