Property Manager

Job reference: 000201

Location: Sandhurst

Salary: £24,000 - £28,000 DOE

Employment type: Permanent

Department: Estate Management

Hours per week: 39.5

New year, new career? 2022 is just around the corner and we have a variety of fantastic roles here at Encore! Start checking off your new year's resolution list and find your perfect role within a company that will support you and allows you to grow your career. 

The Property Manager is a pivotal position within our company. It is the pathway to becoming an Estate Manager, you will be responsible for co-ordinating all of the resources (internal & external) to effectively manage a portfolio of residential estates and deliver outstanding service to our customers. The role has 3 key parts: controlling the financial aspects of an estate (preparing budgets, monitoring expenditure), implementing the planned & reactive maintenance programme and communicating with key stakeholders (chairing meetings and writing letters/reports).


  • Holiday purchase scheme
  • Long Service Holiday Award –3, 5 and 10 days additional holiday after the same number of years
  • Financial qualification support
  • Study leave
  • Eye Tests
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Company social events
  • Hybrid work approach- 2 days in the office.

Skills & Experience Required

  • Degree preferable.
  • A good standard of education is essential.
  • IRPM Part 1 will be required as part of the progression to become an Estate Manager.
  • Other property qualifications (eg. RICS) are desirable.
  • 3 years+ relevant business/management experience
  • While a background in estate management is desirable, your experience could be in a related property or customer management field
  • Some experience of budget management, financial control and delivering cost-efficiency
  • Some working knowledge of building management, systems maintenance and repair projects Skills
  • Excellent time management, prioritisation, delegation and project management skills
  • Excellent numeracy/analytical skills and competency in dealing with financial information  Excellent communication skills – letter writing and the written and verbal presentation of information
  • Excellent computer skills – knowledge of Qube would be an advantage. Proficient in all Microsoft programmes and competent in mail merging.
  • Excellent people skills – an ability to adapt your style as required
  • Excellent commercial skills – demonstrate a savviness and awareness of commercial reality
  • Accountable: take personal responsibility for seeing things through to successful resolution
  • Thorough: attention to detail, the ability to think things through – not just follow a checklist
  • Commitment: take pride in your work and care about your/the team’s performance
  • Mature: common-sense approach. Remain calm & measured while juggling multiple projects
  • Positive: an optimistic, can-do attitude that improves team morale

If this sounds like the perfect next step for you, then click apply and we will be in touch!