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Stoll

Stoll – Property Services Manager

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Location: Fulham (regular travel to other West London and Hampshire sites included)

Contract: Permanent

Hours of work: 35 hours per week

Salary: £39,036 per annum plus benefits

Stoll is the lead provider of housing and support services in the Veterans sector.  Founded in 1917, Stoll has provided a sanctuary to help Veterans rebuild their lives for over one hundred years.

We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic property services manager to work within our small, busy Housing team.

Key responsibilities:

  • Management and delivery of customer focused property and estate services.
  • Providing high maintenance standards
  • Ensuring effective Health & Safety provision across all developments
  • Achieving performance outcomes and objectives and presenting reports.
  • Ensuring that property services comply with best practice, the law and all relevant policies and procedures.
  • Managing day to day property services expenditure in line with budget.

This role will be based at our Fulham Road estate but will require regular travel to our other West London and Hampshire housing sites.

If you would like to work for us and have a passion for providing an excellent property management service for vulnerable Veterans along with the experience needed for this role, then we would like to hear from you.  Please complete our application form and return it to jobs@stoll.org.uk

Closing date for receipt of applications: 10/02/2020
Interviews for shortlisted candidates: 19/02/2020

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