Senior Asset and Property Manager
£55,543 per annum
2 Year Fixed Term Contract
The London Legacy Development Corporation’s purpose is to use the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of the London 2012 Games and the creation of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to develop a dynamic heart for East London. The Legacy Corporation is responsible for delivering one of the most important Olympic legacy promises made in the original London 2012 Games bid. Our task is to transform and integrate one of the most challenged areas in the UK into world-class, sustainable and thriving neighbourhoods, a thriving business zone and a must-see destination where people choose to live, work, play and return time and time again.
The Asset and Property Management are part of the Estate and Park Management team, providing specialist advice and services to ensure the QEOP is maintained, administered and managed to the highest standards.
The Senior Asset and Property Manager will ensure that effective management and operation of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park parklands, property and assets. Providing pro-active and professional support to the Director of Estate and Park Management, the post holder will undertake property management tasks such as; lease and licence negotiations, lease renewals, rent reviews, tenant compliance and service and estate charge strategy development and collection. You will also directly manage the interface with utility and communications infrastructure providers on the park and negotiate and manage legal agreements to ensure our utility infrastructure is appropriately managed. In addition to day to day property management there will also be a requirement for procuring and managing consultants, maintaining budgets for specific projects and working collaboratively with the finance team to ensure that all property assets are properly insured.
We are looking for someone with a relevant qualification in surveying or similar with extensive post qualification experience in a similar role. You will need to be able to demonstrate a thorough and up-to-date knowledge of property and asset management law, the development and implementation of service and estate charge management and a familiarity with the requirements of infrastructure providers within a development context. You will need to have effective verbal and written communication skills and have the ability to establish rapport and build relationships with stakeholders of all levels of seniority. An effective negotiator and influencer, you will be able to successfully challenge and confront conflict and broker solutions to achieve goals.
If you demonstrate LLDC’s values of Ambition, Responsibility, Excellence and Collaboration then we look forward to hearing from you.
To find out more about this role please download a recruitment pack here.
To apply for this position please submit the following documentation ahead of the deadline below to firstname.lastname@example.org
• A current CV
• A Supporting statement of no more than 2 pages
• CV Cover Sheet
• Equal opportunities Monitoring form
The closing date for this position is Wednesday 10th June 2015 at 12pm Noon.
Interviews will be held w/c 22nd June 2015