Here at North Norfolk District Council we are looking to the future. Our Corporate Plan and Financial Strategy require us to deliver better services for people across one of the UK’s most attractive places. At the heart of our ambitions is a drive to increase the commercialism of Council owned assets and the potential expansion of the property portfolio. We aim to boost income generation and maximise the return from our assets, both current and future.
Working within an in-house team of property professionals, you will be responsible for the operational management of a diverse estate and investment portfolio valued at £48m of both land and property including industrial units, commercial businesses, retail units, multi-let offices, concessions and leisure facilities. You will undertake the day to day management of the portfolio which will include; negotiating acquisitions, disposals, lettings/leases, rent reviews, service charge management, identifying opportunities to increase the value of the portfolio and new generating new business opportunities.
You will need to have experience within asset management including knowledge of Landlord and Tenant legislation. You will also need to deliver a high level of service and be able to manage your own case load, acting on your own initiative. Your technical skills will be complimented by your professionalism, enthusiasm and autonomy.
This position attracts a golden hello incentive totalling £5,000.
North Norfolk District Council is committed to equality and diversity in employment and encourages applications from all sections of the community. We offer employees a friendly working environment, flexible working hours, a career average pension scheme and take pride in achieving Investors in People Gold standard.
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Last updated: 27th November 2017