- £33000 - £38750 per annum + Starting at £33,000 and increasing
- Social Housing
- Job Type:
- Post Date:
- 13-11-2020 09:06 AM
- Ref #:
- Alex Lodge
Ackerman Pierce is very excited to announce that we are working with Capital Letters. Are you a positive can-do person with a background in property procurement?
Have you got experience in property safety and up to date market knowledge? Negotiating and the procuring accommodation across London from the private sector market to meet Capital Letters' objectives, business plan and personal targets.
Capital Letters would love to utilise your impressive skill set, with the opportunity to grow within the business, this is the company for anyone with the right work ethic to succeed. Officers will liaise with landlords and agents, negotiate incentives, and rent levels.
Key Areas of Responsibility for a Housing Negotiator
- Deliver a first class, one stop customer focused service for the procurement of good quality accommodation from a range of providers, delivering an economic, efficient, and effective service whilst meeting personal and organisational objectives and targets
- Work with private sector landlords, letting agents, managing agents and other internal and external partners to identify, develop and implement a range of new initiatives to increase the supply of good quality accommodation to meet Capital Letters' business purpose and objectives.
- To visit properties as directed carry our inspections and condition checks
- To provide information packs to landlords on services available, assist Landlords in completing any property related administration and keep accurate records of all landlord contact details
- Be a champion for excellent customer service delivery and customer care and contribute to the development and delivery of an integrated service.
- Be self-serving with respect to administration, case record keeping and other related duties and utilise IT systems to update and record information required according to guidance and established procedures.
- Participate in appraisals, one to ones, objective settings, personal development plans and working group meetings and take a full and active role in service development, including service reviews.
- To carry out the duties of the post in accordance with the Data Protection Act, the Health & Safety at Work Act and other relevant legislation, as well as Council policies, procedures, Standing Orders and Financial Regulations.
- Take responsibility, appropriate to the post, for ensuring compliance with council policies and procedures aimed at promoting and safeguarding the welfare of vulnerable children and adults.
- Take responsibility, appropriate to the post for promoting diversity including tackling racism and good race, ethnic & community relations.
- To undertake any other duties appropriate to the grade, that may be required. These may be varied from time to time to meet the needs of the service.