|Job Ref:||204756708||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||County Durham||City:||Durham||Address:||Post Code:||DH1||Post Date:||08/10/2016 03:26|
Durham with extensive travel to Scotland and Northern England
£Competitive Salary + Company Car + Benefits
An opportunity has arisen for a proactive and detail conscious individual to provide first class land and estates management across our client's Renewables and Property portfolios. They currently operate six wind farms, increasing to ten by 2019 on sites across Scotland and Northern England. Most of their wind farms operate on third party land, so you will be expected to be the main point of contact for the landowners, ensuring all obligations are effectively managed and rental payments are made on time. As part of this varied role, you will also get the opportunity to work with the Senior Business Development Manager, to identify and secure new wind farm sites via negotiation with landowners and / or agents.
Our client's current property land bank is capable of developing over 5,000 housing units. Land is typically acquired or optioned with a view to subsequent sale to housebuilders once planning consent has been secured. As Estates Manager you will also be involved in managing long term freehold brownfield sites as well as management companies that have been established to support housing developments.
Educated to degree or equivalent, you will hold a chartered qualification in property / estates and ideally will have gained experience in a land / property or development role. IT literate, you will work closely with business development, project administration and land records teams to ensure that databases are all updated, payments are released on time and that all land contracts are recorded and managed. You will be highly organised with the ability to manage a variety of projects simultaneously across various locations. Although the role is based in Durham, regular travel will be required, so a full UK driving licence is essential