Are you a Leasing Agent looking to move client side or a current Asset Manager, looking for an exciting new challenge? If so, we have a fantastic new opportunity for you!
Q-Park is one of Europe’s leading parking providers. Our portfolio consists of more than 570,000 parking spaces spread over more than 3,000 car parks at strategic locations in European cities in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain and Ireland, France, and Denmark.
Along with identifying areas of asset optimisation within our existing estate, we also have an exciting expansion strategy. We are therefore looking for a Chartered Surveyor to assist with these critical business functions in the role of Asset Manager/Acquisition Surveyor.
The role will include, but not be limited to:
- Implementing value enhancing asset management ideas/schemes.
- Responsibility of Landlord & Tenant related work.
- Undertaking of negotiations with potential tenants and where appropriate, existing tenants.
- Assisting with identifying new opportunities for the expansion strategy of the business.
- Completing appraisals on new sites.
- Managing the critical path of HOTs and legal requirements where applicable.
- Degree qualification.
- Proven experience in leasing and/or asset management.
- Knowledge of relevant legislation for commercial leases.
- Excellent communication and negotiation skills.
- IT literate with good Excel skills.
The successful candidate will have at least 3+ years post qualification experience working within Commercial Real Estate. You will be highly motivated and have the ability to manage a large workload and have the proven ability in working to tight timescales.
Hours: 8.30am to 5pm working Monday to Friday
Location: Leeds Head Office with travel and occasional overnight stays required according to the needs of the business
- Car allowance
- Annual bonus potential of up to 1 months salary
- 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Company pension scheme
- 24/7 car parking pass
Salary: up to £35,000
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