Lettings Manager | Ashford

November 8, 2023
£28000 - £40000 / year
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Job Description

Lettings Manager 


£28000 – £40000/annum

Our clients, a successful independent Estate Agency, are looking for an experienced and ambitious Lettings Manager to join their office in Ashford.

The client is looking to build on the current lettings business to further increase market share and company profit.

The successful Lettings Manager will monitor the Lettings team, overseeing the process to ensure that all procedures are adhered to and apply any support if needed

Working hours:

As a Lettings Manager, you'll be required to work full time including some Saturdays (2 on, 1 off)

Our clients are offering the successful Lettings Manager:

Up to £29,000 Basic  (Depending on experience)

£40,000 OTE

3 month guarantee

Company Car or Car Allowance

generous holiday package 

Key responsibilities included in the role of a Lettings Manager:

Attending valuations and negotiating prices with Landlords

Driving business by continually expanding property portfolio

Managing the office and team

Setting team and branch  KPI's 

Providing support through 1-2-1's, morning meetings and checking in with the team regularly 

Meeting/ exceeding personal and business targets

Maintaining a strong relationship with all Landlords to help you acquire a future business with them

To be considered for the role of Lettings Manager you must have the following requirements:

At least a years of Lettings management experience

Good communication and interpersonal skills

Strong negotiation skills

Target and performance managing skills required

Able to work in a fast-paced target driven environment

Excellent Customer Care

Due to the high amounts of applications if you have not been contacted within 7 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

This job has been posted by GCB Agency Recruitment Ltd which is acting as the Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy, working on behalf of their client who is confidential at this stage