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Senior Negotiator

£30000 - £32000
OTE £0
Are you an experienced property professional who is looking for a fresh challenge with a company that can offer excellent long term prospects, on-going training and development and an excellent working environment?
 
This role will suit someone with a background in New Homes and/or Estate Agency and who thrives in fast paced environment.
 
The Role:
 
You will be the primary point of contact for prospective buyers across the full suite of sales products, guiding buyers through the process from initial enquiry to handing over their new home and after sales support.
 
To be the main revenue producer within the sales team, meeting sales targets by working closely with mortgage providers, surveyors, solicitors and buyers ensuring the group achieve set completion deadlines.
 
To assist the manager with preparing new developments for launch, including; legal site set up, kitchen/bathroom design & fitting choices, digital and traditional marketing campaigns, liaising with suppliers and anything else which would reasonably be expected of the role.
 
Experience / Skills:
 
Proven success in New Homes Sales with a developer or Estate Agent
The ability to build relationships and deliver sales in a target driven environment
Outstanding customer care / customer service experience
The ability to manage the day-to-day tasks while pushing through barriers or obstacles to achieve outstanding results whilst maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction.
Excellent IT skills
Current active UK driving license and access to a private motor vehicle for work use.
The flexibility to work evenings and weekends
Problem solving and decision making skills
 
Salary / Benefits:
 
A competitive salary of £32,000 per annum
The option to join the contributory pension scheme
25 days’ holiday, increasing with each year of service + bank holidays
Career progression within a sector-leading business
A comprehensive induction programme and excellent learning opportunities; with mandatory and specialist training available.
Access to a dedicated employee support service, offering a range of mental health, physical care and financial well being support services.
Eye care vouchers
Cycle to work scheme
Free annual flu vaccinations
Long service and retirement awards
 

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.

Lettings Coordinator

£20000 - £25000
OTE £30000
One of the County's most respected, successful and dynamic Property Firms is looking to recruit a superstar to enhance their lettings team.
 
OVERVIEW OF JOB ROLE:
 
To successfully let properties to appropriately qualified applicants, ensuring that communication is maintained with all prospective tenants and landlords throughout. To promptly and comprehensively hand over the let, at the point of it being agreed, to the relevant Account Manager.
 
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES:
Commitment to excellence
Communication
CPD
Relationship Building
Client Focus
 
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES & ACTIVITIES:
•Monitor the applicant database daily and successfully match qualified applicants to the right properties
•Comply with Money Laundering Regulations at all times.
•Achieve the best possible price for the client, in the swiftest timeframe possible, ensuring any special conditions are clearly defined and agreed
•Diary management - booking viewings, factoring in travel time and admin time, etc
•Once a deal (price and special conditions) has been agreed by all parties, ensure the necessary and appropriate paperwork is completed accurately and handed over to the Account Manager promptly
•Liaise with other Letting Consultants, when appropriate and necessary
•Report back to the wider team on a weekly basis as requested by the Sales and Lettings Manager. You will be required to escalate any decisions which impact money or reputation.
As your experience increases, the level of autonomy will be increased as appropriate.
 
TRAINING:
The training schedule will be formulated around individual requirements and reviewed periodically.
 
The ideal candidate will have at least 12 months lettings experience and be a big believer in customer service and delivering results.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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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