Leasing Manager – South

London (Central), London (Greater)
Competitive Salary + car allowance + benefits
10 May 2018
07 Jun 2018
Job Function
Property Management
Contract Type
Full Time

Leasing Manager – South  

Competitive Salary + car allowance, including a 10% Discretionary Bonus, Matched pension contributions to 6%, Life assurance and 27 days holiday.

This is an opportunity for a chartered surveyor with a proven track record of working on high volume transaction projects. This opportunity sits within a growing property team at NHS Property Services.

NHS Property Services was established in 2013 and is responsible for the Asset Management, Property Management & Facilities Management of a large property portfolio supporting healthcare.

Your new role

Working as part of the Central Leasing Team you will be responsible for driving all occupier leasing arrangements within the south east and south west zones, working closely with Principal Property Managers and Senior Property Managers.

You will act as a focal point for leasing activity, programme managing as well as leading Customer negotiations to a successful conclusion.

What you'll need to succeed

Ideally you will be a Chartered Surveyor with a strong agency or transaction background. You will have the ability to understand the bigger picture for the NHS which will drive your behaviours.

It is desirable that you will have a mix of public & private sector experience managing complex multi tenanted portfolios, but that is not essential. You will have a core understanding of best practice when dealing with leasing and property management activity.

Why you should join us

You will have a unique opportunity to work within an organisation that manages an estate of over 3,000 assets and over 6,000 occupiers.

Your work with us will be challenging and offer you the ability to be part of the developing strategy to achieve success.

Your performance will drive an improvement in the efficiency of the NHS contributing to the delivery of healthcare premises that meet future needs for patient services.