Property Manager

Posted 5 June by Magnus James
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A fantastic opportunity for an organised and diligent Property Manager to join a leading independent lettings agency within their modern office in Southampton.

My clients have a lovely, close knit team and are looking for a Property Manager who can work within the team overseeing a portfolio of managed units. This is a great opportunity to join a lovely independent agent.
Property Manager – Benefits

  • Team lunches.
  • Lovely working environment and team.
  • Basic salary of upto £29k basic  
  • Career progression.
  • Employee benefits.  

Property Manager – Duties

  • Managing scheduled repairs and reactive maintenance.
  • Doing mid term inspections.
  • Organising and conducting check outs and inventories
  • Organising contractors, gaining quotations, issuing works orders and obtaining invoices
  • Ensuring property compliance such as EICR’s, gas safety and EPC certifications
  • Dealing with deposit disputes.
  • Organising tenancy paperwork.
  • Getting involved in serving section notices as required
  • Supporting the landlord with rental reviews and tenancy renewals
  • General Property Manager duties.

Property Manager – Experience Needed:

  • Previous lettings / property management experience is essential.
  • Professional written and verbal communication
  • Excellent IT knowledge with experience of using Microsoft Office packages


This is a great opportunity for a Property Manager eager to join an exceptional boutique brand.
Magnus James is a specialist recruiter for the property industry and covers the following areas, New Homes, Residential Lettings, Estate Agents, Property Management and Block Management. 

Reference: 52802567

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