Job Title: Senior Estates Officer/Estates Officer
Starting Salary: £48,923 Progressing to £54,145 or £38,296 Progressing to £42,503 for Estate Officer Role
Hours: 37 per week
As Senior Estates Officer, you will support the professional management of the property assets to ensure they are used efficiently and in accordance with the wider strategic asset management plans.
The role reports directly to Strategic Asset and Estates Manager.
You will be a key part of a working on a varied portfolio including Libraries, Adult Care sites, Fire Stations, Waste Recycling facilities, and operational properties (such as the council offices).
The role will be required to provide professional property advice on land and property matters in line with RICS standards and the County Council’s protocols. Responsibility for landlord and tenant activities (including rent reviews, lease renewals and lease regears), project work, strategic consultancy, professional estates advice to colleagues and other stakeholders, estate, asset and property management.
You will be required to provide instruction and manage our external property management consultants (and other external consultants as required). As well as be expected to work alongside colleagues in our legal services, property planning, development, and our service teams to realise the best possible solution for the county council taking in to account any specific requirements identified for each site. You will also oversee the process of gaining approvals within a political arena.
We also have the potential for a slightly lower qualified Estates Officer position aimed at recently qualified MRICS surveyors or qualified MRICS surveyors with a couple of years’ experience post qualification. Or alternatively people who have previously worked as an estates officer but are unqualified (e.g. not MRICS). Please specify when applying whether it is the Estates Officer or Senior Estates Officer role you are applying for.
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