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Property Manager

£20000 - £25000
OTE £0
A confident, hardworking and organised Property Manager is required for a top quality firm in Telford.
An established and successful firm who are known for staff retention, customer service and attention to detail. Due to their increasing market share they now require an additional member to join their team!!
Key attributes and qualities within a successful applicant:
 -Have a minimum of 2 years previous experience in a residential property management  
 -Thrive on keeping busy and enjoy working under pressure
 -Have excellent telephone manner
 -Have great negotiation skills
 -Have a meticulous attention to detail
 -Have an outgoing personality with a passion for customer service
 -Demonstrate first class administrative skills
 -Have excellent time management skills including the ability to prioritize
 -Have customer facing experience (essential)
 -Be an analytical person who can communicate well with Landlords and Tenants - Excellent written and verbal communication skills at all levels
 -Enjoy an extremely fast paced and high volume workload
The role will involve working alone on out of office appointments inspecting the condition of managed properties, checking in new tenants and checking out old tenants so the successful applicant must be able to work independently as well as part of a team.
The role will involve following through any maintenance required and processing tenant deposit returns at the end of tenancies.
The successful applicant must be able to buy into and share our aim of developing and growing the managed portfolio in a sustainable way and enjoy the challenge of building, improving and maintaining relationships with landlords and tenants to ensure we retain them and their business.

Negotiator (Sales)

£25000 - £25000
OTE £0
Basic £25K plus performance related bonus package’
Our client are an established regional Estate Agency business based in Shropshire and servicing clients in Shropshire, Herefordshire, surrounding counties and Wales.
As a result of increased business levels and expansion at a time of growth in our property sales business we are looking to appoint an ambitious, polished and personable residential sales negotiator to join our lively and energetic property sales team.
The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 1 years experience and be able to demonstrate a proven track record in this sector.
Candidates must be confident and comfortable in the presence of mid to upper market clients. Candidates also need to have an understanding or empathy with the countryside, agriculture and rural communities would be a distinct advantage.
Personal Qualities:
·Excellent communication skills - including a confident telephone manner
·Excellent written English and typing skills
·Attention to detail and ability to keep accurate records
·Self organised and able to prioritize and use initiative
·Ability to stay calm under pressure
·Self motivated and able to work unsupervised
·Discretion and confidentiality
·Strong team player with good people skills
·Driving license and car owner
·Knowledge of local area and estate agency would be a distinct advantage
Typical Tasks:
·Dealing with vendors, buyers and property professionals face to face, on the phone and by email – with a high emphasis on customer service
·Conducting viewings
·Managing the entire sales and negotiating process to completion  
·Producing letters, emails and reports using Word and Outlook
·Producing marketing reports and general correspondence
·Maintaining property sales enquiry / negotiation records
·Maintaining an accurate and up to date paper and IT filing system
·Managing call lists
·Applicant management
·Diary management
·Collation of property information and reports (prep)
·General housekeeping in the office
·Assisting with events
·Compiling feedback from viewings
Software skills:
·Microsoft Office - Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
·Reapit (in-house platform - training provided)
Reporting to the Head of Sales - this opportunity would suit a bright, outgoing and highly organized team-player that is looking to progress in their Estate Agency career.


£30000 - £40000
OTE £0
Our Client are an established regional estate and land management business servicing predominately traditional private clients throughout the Shropshire area.
Based in their Shrewsbury office and reporting directly to the Partners you would be expected to assist with the management of a portfolio of private clients and other professional work - and work to introduce further clients and opportunities to the business. The role will involve dealing with general rural work, i.e. management, agency, professional and consultancy work throughout Shropshire.
You should be preferably working in the rural sector and be a qualified chartered surveyor, and ideally have some connection with or understanding of the geography in Shropshire. You will be involved on a wide range of work across the rural sector making this a varied and enjoyable role.
Candidates should be proactive, personable and presentable - and possess excellent IT and communication skills along with a strong team working ethic.
A rural practice surveyor provides practical and strategic knowledge to a range of clients involved in rural land and property. They need skills and knowledge in a number of areas including agriculture, management of the natural environment and landscape, property management and valuation.
The role of a rural practice surveyor will include professional and technical advice as well as business/resource management and consultancy for the land, property and construction industries.
For the successful candidate there are excellent succession and progression prospects if they can demonstrate the required performance and commitment to the business.

Senior Negotiator (Sales)

£20000 - £22000
OTE £32000
Estate Agent Assistant Branch Manager  / Senior Negotiator.
One of the County's leading independent estate agents is looking to recruit an experienced estate agent to assist the Branch Manager.
The role requires a positive, hard working and dynamic estate agent who is not scared of hard work. This is a fantastic opportunity with a market leading company. There is huge potential for growth and personal development. The role will be split between a traditional negotiator role and managing the team under the supervision of the Branch Manager.
This is a "hands-on"  role which would suit an ambitious senior negotiator looking for the next step of their career. You will be required to attend morning meetings and on occasion lead them, phone out on new instructions / price reductions, accompany viewings, chase valuations and more.
In return the company offer a great package plus a generous commission structure and other benefits with potential for progression.

A Unique/Bespoke Role

£28000 - £35000
OTE £35000
An amazing opportunity with an award winning firm in Shrewsbury. They are an architecture and building consultancy practice with eight core services and nine key sectors.
The landscape architects similarly work across the practice amongst a broad range of work types. This is often in close collaboration with both our architects and wider external project teams, including local authorities, private developers and contractors, creating positive, dynamic and sustainable landscape architecture. The work will include landscape masterplans, public realm and biodiverse landscapes as well as designs for education, transportation, commercial offices, residential developments and more.
As a Landscape Architect with at least 2 years post P2C experience, you should ideally be a member of the UK’s Landscape Institute and have proven skills of managing and delivering projects from inception to completion on site. The post has excellent opportunities for career enhancement.
Key Responsibilities
• Take ownership of allocated individual projects from inception through delivery to completion on site
• Be a competent and creative designer
• Manage junior members of staff
• Prepare drawings and documents using a variety of software packages, notably AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign & Sketch-Up. Revit is an advantage but not a necessity.
• Appraise sites in terms of their opportunities, restrictions and risks
• Liaise, engage and present to project stakeholders including clients, contractors, planning departments and members of the public
• Assist with business development, bids & marketing
• Preparation of fee proposals
Required Skills and Experience
• You will have sound design and drawing skills with a practical but creative approach and an eye for detail
• Excellent English Language written and spoken skills
• Degree or Post Graduate diploma in Landscape Architecture preferably from a school accredited by the Landscape Institute
• Chartered status MLI having successfully completed the LI Pathway to Chartership (P2C)
• Excellent design, drawing and presentation skills including hand drawing capabilities
• Good knowledge of hardworks design, available products and standard and bespoke construction detailing
• Experience of public realm design, and ability to resolve levels and site contours
• Have an innovative approach to design and a good capability for visualisations
• Good knowledge of the UK Planning process & Building Regulations.
• Able to prepare detailed design and working drawings, schedules and NBS specifications
• Good knowledge and understanding of business and finance and working within the larger strategic framework
• Structured approach to problem solving, capable of making decisions when required whilst knowing when support is required
• Good understanding of significance of QA procedures and Health & Safety requirements
• Able to drive and possess a full UK driving licence
We Offer
• 23 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, increasing to 27 days upon reaching 5 years’ continuous service
• Life Assurance Scheme
• Health Cash Plan
• Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
• Long Service Awards
• Refer a friend scheme
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, interviews may be conducted remotely via video conferencing and depending on start date and government guidelines the role would begin working from home. The first few days of employment are likely to be in the office for the start of the Induction process.

A Unique/Bespoke Role

£25000 - £30000
OTE £30000
A leading architecture and building consultancy practice with eight core services and nine key sectors are looking for a Part II Architectural Assistant for their award winning Shrewsbury office. The Shrewsbury office works across these sectors and a wide range of project sizes, scales and building types.
As an Architectural Assistant - Part II, you will join a team designing and delivering projects for the Shrewsbury office. Supporting  working relationships with colleagues, clients, consultants, contractors, third parties and suppliers, you should be able to demonstrate good design and communication skills. You will have gained some experience within an architectural practice, preferably in the UK.
This roles requires you to:
• have knowledge of the factors involved in developing an architectural project in a commercial environment
• be proficient in the use of Revit
• have experience in the use of 2D, 3D Autodesk and 3D rendering packages along with MS Office
• be a strong communicator who can work collaboratively and effectively within a team
• work on tender bids, submissions, planning applications and presentations
• work on the preparation of detailed design drawings, working drawings and schedules and specifications
• have a positive attitude to teamwork
• be innovative in developing design solutions
• be self- motivated and able to plan and manage your own time
• have a very good technical level of spoken and written English (minimum level C1).
In return:
• 23 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, increasing to 27 days upon reaching 5 years’ continuous service
• Life Assurance Scheme
• Health Cash Plan
• Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
• Long Service Awards
• Refer a friend scheme
This fantastic practice actively encourages their employees through the Part III process and will assign you an Architect Mentor, give you access to internal study groups, pay your course fees and study leave for the duration of your course.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, interviews may be conducted remotely via video conferencing and depending on start date and government guidelines the role would begin working from home. The first few days of employment are likely to be in the office for the start of the Induction process.
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