Property Manager – Team Leader

Location : Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England
Job Ref : JM75
Consultant : Judith McClurg
Sector : MN
Salary : DOE

Description

JM75: Property Manager
Location: Mansfield
Salary: £38835 – £47465
Could be a hybrid role if required.

Overview

  • To acquire, manage and where appropriate dispose of property for our client.
  • To maintain a land base appropriate to enable the forward programme of minewater schemes to be built and deliver existing operational requirements.
  • To provide property and land advice and to manage risks and help maintain the operational land portfolio

Responsibilities:

Specific:

  • To acquire land and property interests to support operational programmes
  • To ensure the clients’s statutory responsibilities relating to our client’s surface property, excluding shafts and tips, are properly managed, and when in line with strategy, to dispose of non-operational land securing best terms reasonably available
  • To ensure the proper and efficient management of issues and contracts relating to property and historic liabilities, including, lease renewals, valuations, covenants, clawbacks, external consultants and litigation
  • To support the delivery of the teams objectives through reviewing sites and providing timely advice to the Principal/Property Managers
  • To undertake day to day property management/tasking of property trainee in conjunction with the Principal Property Manager
  • To take a lead in departmental improvement and development projects
  • To assist in budgeting and departmental meetings
  • To assist in the training and mentoring of team members
  • To assist in the line management of team members
  • To deputise in the absence of the Principal Property Manager

General :

  • To act in accordance with the behaviours and values of the organisation
  • To manage your own performance to be accountable for meeting individual, team and corporate objectives
  • To act in accordance with the Scheme of Delegation and ensure propriety and regularity in the handling of public funds
  • To actively demonstrate our client’s customer service standards expected of your role
  • To comply with and contribute to the improvement of operational and team processes and procedures
  • To assist with the preparation and execution of the team’s objectives, budgets and financial records
  • To identify opportunities and implement change leading to team development, system improvement and good value for money
  • To maintain and develop positive stakeholder relationships in order to promote our client and assist it to meet its objectives
  • To support research and development projects
  • To ensure that our client’s statutory responsibilities are effectively discharged
  • To carry out any further reasonable requests from your line manager

Person specification :

Essential:

Qualifications and Training

Degree or equivalent together with (or working towards) corporate membership of a relevant professional body (MRICS)

Experience and Knowledge

Experience in land negotiation and management
Experience in a mining liabilities and /or construction/property field
Experience in contract management

Skills and Abilities

Excellent negotiation skills
Excellent report writing skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to deal with a high volume detailed workload and prioritisation
Excellent interpersonal and managerial skills

Other

Field Visits
Overnight stays
Use of PPE

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