Senior Property Asset Manager

West Midlands
£50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum
27 Jul 2017
18 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Property Asset Management, Job Opportunity, RICS

Your new company
This highly successful and growing property organisation focus on commercial property. The West Midlands office are seeking an impressive, ambitious and driven Senior Asset Manager. The business provide retail, industrial, office and warehouse space throughout the UK and are market leaders in the Midlands with an extensive and growing portfolio.

Your new role
You will be responsible for a property portfolio of around £100m with a significant rent roll. You will be tasked with adding real value and driving savings across the portfolio. This is to include devising leasing strategies, disposals and acquisitions, comprehensive estate management, re-gears, renewals, extensions, dilapidations. You will also take a lead on fiscal management & development projects

What you'll need to succeed
To be considered for this position, you will ideally have exposure working within a property management environment. It is important you are very ambitious and driven to make a move in to asset management. You will need to be MRICS chartered.

What you'll get in return
You will work for a highly successful organisation with an excellent reputation. The organisation are continuing to grow and invest and offer excellent long term career opportunities. You will receive a high basic salary and benefits package.

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