VANRATH are assisting in the recruitment of a Client Manager - Property for a leading property organisation. The organisation has had constant growth, and the successful candidate would join a part-of-the-future organisation, with many opportunities for progression.
This employer are leaders in N.I for their staff centric approach, Training & Development and also progression within the company
Monday - Friday - Permanent position. Flexible Working Hours - Hybrid
£30,000 & Progression Opportunities & 5* Training And Development - Really exciting position with tonnes of growth potential
- Take responsibility for the day-to-day management of the property portfolio, ensuring that the customer's wants and needs met and exceeded where possible
- Proactively seek to resolve all customer issues to the customer's satisfaction
- Proactively schedule a meeting with each new proprietor a) introducing themselves personally as a point of contact b) clarifying the service offered by the company to set and manage the level of expectation accordingly
- Formulate, implement and manage budgets for each development.
- Ensure service excellence and consistency of letter templates, financial statements, bills, arrears and other office procedure, whilst sharing best practice
- Proactively engage with the Management Company Officers and shareholders
- Liaise with and take instruction from the Management Company Officers and/or individual proprietors to up hold the maintenance, general standards and management of the development
- Minimum of 2 years of Client Management experience
- Ability to develop strong client relationships.
- Ability to support colleagues in a close team environment
- IT proficient;
For further information on this opportunity, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact on 02890330250 or Phil.firstname.lastname@example.org in the strictest confidence.
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