• Full Time
  • Oxford
  • 51515 - 54702 £ / Year
  • 26 April 2024

Website OxfordshireCC Oxfordshire County Council

£51,515 to £54,702

The role will mainly involve professional activities associated with Landlord & Tenant management of the Council’s property assets to:

  • Ensure revenue is maximised through the negotiation and implementation of lease renewals, lease restructures, rent reviews etc.
  • Provide appropriate information for the maintenance of proper estate records.
  • Prepare reports and briefing papers in relation to project work and to instruct legal.
  • Provide professional advice to colleagues and others on property related matters.
  • Work as part of a team to develop and maintain good working relationships with colleagues and tenants.
  • Direct management of the acquisition of sites/ land for schools, using s106 receipts
  • Attendance and engagement at stakeholder meetings to prepare for upcoming work relating to new schools and expansions of school sites.
  • Undertaking negotiations with developers to ensure requirements set out by project managers/education colleagues etc are met before acquisition of sites.
  • Ensure all related matters relating to the acquisition of a school site are appropriately managed and instructed, including Academy conversions and/or Statutory transfers.
  • Deal with enquiries around restricted covenants, overage agreements etc
  • Minimising the Council’s exposure to risk and liabilities, exposure to claims from third parties in respect of land interests and ensuring that statutory deadlines are met.
  • Engagement with departments within the Council to provide support and advice to enable their own statutory requirements.
  • •You will be qualified to MRICS standard to ensure that services are provided in a professional manner and in accordance with the standards and rules of conduct of the RICS.
  • You will have extensive recent experience performing a similar role ideally with local authority experience with good professional knowledge over a range of properties.
  • You will have good oral and written communication skills and report writing ability to provide clear information and advice on property matters to colleagues and the general public.
  • You will have the ability to prioritise and manage multiple projects to deadline.
  • You will have the ability to work under direction but able to use own initiative as required.
  • You will be proficient in MS Office skills (Word, Outlook, Excel etc.)
  • You will hold a full UK Driving Licence.

To apply for this job please visit careers.newjob.org.uk.