Our team undertake all property management functions for a portfolio of circa 460 residential properties and 700 acres of land mainly used for farming and development opportunities. Individuals will be responsible for working with our Property Managers in the management of a wide-ranging portfolio of mainly residential properties across the Diocesan Area.
The Property Support Officer role will be responsible for:
We take a team orientated approach but expect the team members to operate with a high level of autonomy and self-reliance. The successful candidates will enjoy freedom to get on with their role and work on their own initiative. The role offers the right individual the opportunity to work and develop in a progressive and ambitious organisation.
You need to:
A competitive package includes a competitive salary, flexi-time scheme, an 8% non-contributory pension with an additional 5% matched contributions and 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and 4 customary days a year (between Christmas and New Year).
Closing date 4 September 2022
Interviews will take place mid-September
For more information on this vacancy, please contact John Knox, Head of Property on 0113 3530 213 / 07872 005311 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Diocese of Leeds covers the whole of West Yorkshire, the western part of North Yorkshire, and small parts of South Yorkshire, Lancashire, and County Durham. This is one of the largest dioceses in England and its creation in 2014 was unprecedented in the history of the Church of England. It covers an area of around 2,425 square miles, housing a population of around 2,642,400. The Diocese has around 600 church buildings in 450 parishes and 240 Church of England schools and academies. The Diocese of Leeds property team are responsible for a portfolio of circa 460 residential properties and 700 acres of land.
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