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Property Manager - Temporary Accomodation

Property Manager - Temporary Accomodation

Posted 28 March by Ackerman Pierce
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Are you an experienced Temporary Accommodation Officer who can place and manage tenants into Temporary Accommodation? The Officer must understand how Local Authorities work regarding their policies and procedures. The team want someone who can add knowledge and experience alongside their peers whilst encouraging a supportive work environment.

The Temporary Accommodation Officer will successfully place homeless clients into Temporary Accommodation properties and manage accounts throughout placement. The Officer will be supported into a comfortable workload and supported by the manager throughout. They are looking for someone who must have a clean UK driving license and access to their own vehicle.

Duties Include:

  • Providing comprehensive management and support service for homeless households placed in privately leased and hostel type accommodation under Part VII of the Housing Act 1996.
  • Placing and directly managing Homeless households in Temporary Accommodation (TA)
  • Managing rent accounts for all the temporary accommodation properties within your patch
  • Minimising low to high level arrears
  • Local Authority experience
  • Experience in void management, lettings, tenancy management, rent arrears, repairs, landlord liaison and related areas.
  • You will also deal with maintaining Health and Safety Standards and making sure repairs are being carried out and reporting.

If you have previous experience in these areas and keen to develop your knowledge further this is a perfect team for you. Management that are willing to help all case managers be the best they can possibly along with a strong hour rate. Keep your details on your application and I'll be in touch!

Reference: 52397206

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