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Property Maintenance Coordinator

JO0000042907
£25000 - £25000
OTE £25000

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A quality independent Lettings Agent in Bath are seeking a Property Maintenance Coordinator to join their team.
 
This is an exciting opportunity to work for a local established, busy lettings office.
 
·The role will include being first point of contact for all customer enquiries, queries, and complaints relating to property management maintenance.
·Liaising with third parties in relation to requests, answering calls and other administration work relating to lettings. Issuing works orders, entering invoices onto the system, and carrying out quarterly inspections on our managed properties.
·As they are a small office you will at times need to arrange viewings with prospective tenants, Landlords and existing tenants, conduct viewings and providing feedback to Landlords. Greeting customers into the office, registering prospective customers, arranging appointments.
 
Person Specification:
They are looking for a candidate who has strong IT skills to include MS Office programs such as Word, Excel and Outlook, strong administration skills and excellent ‘front of house’ manners. You will also need to have an excellent telephone manner, strong communication skills, good people skills, a warm and friendly personality and the ability to multi-task.
 
Experience within the customer services and/or administration field is essential.
 
A full driving licence and own vehicle would be necessary.
 
Salary - £25,000
 
Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm and may require some Saturdays during our peak period
 
For more information on this role, please contact us at AMR on 01242 228362
 
We like to speak to every application, but due to the current climate this is not always possible. To ensure your application is not overlooked it is important that you emphasize any skills or work experience relevant to this position. If you have not heard from us within 5 working days please assume that you have been unsuccessful in this instance