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Property and Asset Manager

Full Time, Permanent

About Three Rivers District Council:
Three Rivers District in South West Hertfordshire straddles the north west corner of the M25 on the edge of Greater London. The district is a mixture of beautiful countryside, villages and small towns. The area has a diverse range of sectors and businesses and is a centre for the film industry with Warner Brothers at Leavesden forming part of a studio cluster along with Elstree and Pinewood is a short drive away.

At a Glance:-
- 700 historic assets and 22 conservation areas, 77% of the district is in the Green Belt
- 1,914 NNDR registered businesses with the economy providing 39,000 jobs
- Very low crime rate
- The district ranks highly for business registrations and start-ups with a highly skilled and trained workforce, high employment levels with GVA and weekly earnings above average

The Team:-
The Property Services Team comprises Estates & Asset Management, Facilities Management and Major Projects functions and provides a multi-disciplinary professional service which leads on all property matters for the Council.

In addition to actively managing the Council’s property investments, income producing estate and development schemes, it also maintains responsibility for statutory compliance and property health & safety. The Property Service also leads on the development and delivery of major projects across the District, these include projects such as the South Oxhey Regeneration Initiative, but also projects such as the transformation and better utilisation of the corporate estate.

As an active service leading on property projects and initiatives, the Property Service also provides support to other Services within the Council to add value and assist with emerging projects and schemes.

The Role:-
The Property & Asset Manager role is an integral part of the Property & Facilities Team. Providing advice, guidance & expertise and ensuring the smooth running and operation of the Council's asset portfolio. The role is diverse, often challenging and always rewarding. No two days will ever be the same and you will be
part of an evolving and modernising service. You will lead on the utilisation of the new property management system and ensure that its benefits are fully maximised.

You will undertake a broad range of estates management, lease, valuation and commercial property activities and support the Head of Property & Economic Growth in delivering a range of strategic objectives in line with the Councils Corporate Strategy.

You will take responsibility for financial and budget management of the Council's property assets, including maximising income opportunities, minimising expenditure and helping to shape and deliver a modern, fit for purpose Property Service.

What we are looking for:-
We are looking for a highly motivated, well organised and focussed individual, who can bring a positive, 'can do' attitude to their work. We want to appoint a candidate with vision, commitment and capability to see such changes through.

You will be a qualified Chartered Surveyor of either MRICS or FRICS designation and will have a comprehensive understanding of the Property industry, a proven track record of success and an extensive professional knowledge, particularly in the field of Estates and Property Management.

The role is diverse and we are looking for someone who can adapt and embrace change, focus on finding solutions and ensure that the Council's assets are fully utilised to the benefit of our residents, businesses and taxpayers.

What we offer:-
A competitive salary of £55,808 to £64,346 per annum

We offer an excellent benefits package, including competitive salary, 28 days holiday - rising to 30 days, a generous employer contribution pension scheme, life assurance, flexible working, career development, free onsite parking, cycle-to-work scheme, discounted leisure centre membership, employee volunteering schemes and access to discounted activities and days out.

The role will be based at Three Rivers House in Rickmansworth, but the Council has embraced a flexible working model, offering the opportunity to work from home.

Closing Date: Wednesday 15 February 2023

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Justin Wingfield, Head of Property & Economic Growth, (T:) 01923 727225 / (E:) justin.wingfield@threerivers.gov.uk

A basic DBS check will be carried out for this post

This post is politically restricted.

Please apply here.