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The Ethical Property Company is a great place to work, placing equal value on the social, environmental and financial outputs it generates and supporting an inspiring range of charities, social enterprises and small local organisations in the process.

As an ethical employer we aim to create a positive working environment, pay salaries which are fair and appropriate, and promote equality of opportunity.

Staff here are passionate, ambitious and are encouraged to be independent and entrepreneurial in their approach while working towards agreed collective goals. Achieving a healthy work life balance is seen as a positive achievement and benefits such as the 'cycle to work' scheme and sabbaticals after 5 years of service are all the result of the direct feedback from staff over the years.

When surveyed, 98% of our staff said they enjoyed working for the Company and that they shared our values in whole or in part. In addition, in January 2013 we were accredited as a Living Wage employer and we continue to maintain our exceptionally low pay ratio between the highest and lowest paid member of staff – 4.8:1.

If you think you'd like to join us, we'd love to hear from you.  Company vacancies are listed below - alternatively, vacancies with some of our 300 tenant organisations across the UK can be found here

Please see a list of our vacancies below.

External vacancies

Our Centres contain over 300 tenant organisations, working in a variety of social change focused sectors including Civil Rights, Global Justice, Ethical Finance, Homelessness and Women's Rights.

Any available vacancies will appear below.

Weekend Receptionist

Closing Date: 11.55pm on Thursday, 19th July 2018

££9,545 a year working 18 hours, £10.20 an hour at the London Living Wage (full time equivalent £19,890 a year).

The Role

The Post

The Receptionist will play an important role in welcoming visitors to Resource for London and supporting our tenants and conference users. You are a welcoming, proactive and an organised person, who enjoys the challenges of being the first point of contact. You will play an important ‘front of house’ role at Resource for London. You will be line-managed by the Conference Sales Co-ordinator.


Your duties will include, but not limited to:

Access, Security and Deliveries

·         Being the first point of contact for visitors to the centre;  

·         Welcoming visitors, issuing name badges and ensuring that all visitors sign in, announcing their arrival and directing t           them to the appropriate tenant organisation or meeting room;

·         Ensuring  security procedures are followed in the centre, and that all building visitors/contractors sign in/out;

·         Keeping any reception areas clear and tidy at all times and ensuring main fire exits are not obstructed;

·         Booking and overseeing car parking spaces.


Please send your CV to recruitment [at] Download and check our Job Description

Property Manager - Bath

Closing Date: 11.00pm on Thursday, 26th July 2018

£14,000 per year (pro rata).  £25,000 per year (based on 37.5 hrs per week) (depending on skills and experience)

Part-time, 21 hours a week, over 3 or 4 days, with occasional flexibility required

Location: Bath - three or four days a week in South Vaults, Green Park Station, Bath BA1 1JB with some work at the Friends Meeting House, York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG

The Role

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, proactive and practically minded individual to utilise their property management skills within a fast-growing social business with multiple properties across Bath and the UK. You will be line managed by the Centre Manager.


The Bath Property Manager is a key member of the South West and specifically within the Bath property management team. Working closely with the Centre Manager, Market Manager & Office Manager, they play a key role in the management and strategy of our buildings in Bath. Their responsibility will lie predominantly across three areas – pro-active long-term improvement of the fabric of our buildings and works contributing to improvement of their environmental performance, regular maintenance servicing, and re-active repairs works including some hands-on repairs and management of contractors. Specific duties and responsibilities are as follows:


You will be directly responsible for:

·         Working with the rest of the team to ensure the buildings are safe, pleasant, accessible and that the services are functioning,

·         Maintaining excellent communication with tenants to ensure their satisfaction with the buildings,

·         Ensuring timely and cost-effective solutions are implemented for reactive repairs of the building (ranging from boiler/heating breakdowns, leaking roofs and blocked toilets, to alarm activations etc.),

·         Overseeing routine maintenance works delivery (such as mechanical and electrical services, fire safety systems, security systems, building fabric), liaising with contractors and tenants to ensure timely completion and minimum disruption,

·         Carrying out minor and emergency repairs around the buildings,

·         Overseeing/project managing major maintenance and improvement works, according to the company’s ethical principles including liaising with tradespersons and tenants, specifying works, tendering, considering environmental impact and where possible using eco-friendly products,

·         Pro-active planning of maintenance and improvement works needed, maintaining a maintenance and improvements plan and working on an annual budget with the Centre Manager and Regional Manager,

·         Managing the M&I, capital and service charge budgets / monitoring actual versus budgeted expenditures,

·         People Management: this role does not currently have any staff that report directly to it, however this may change and in that case, you would be expected to provide for their training needs, control holidays and sick leave, assist in the recruitment of further staff where necessary (with support from the Centre Manager).


Please send your CV and Application Form to recruitment [at]

Please find the Job Description

Finance Assistant

Closing Date: 11.59pm on Monday, 30th July 2018

£22,500 – £25,500 a year, depending skills and experience

Working Hours:      Full time, 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday

Location:                 Oxford (The Old Music Hall, 106-108 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1JE)

Interviews to be held on the week of 6th August 2018


The Role


The Finance Assistant will have day to day responsibility for the core financial processes of Ethical Property’s property management contracts. You will play an important part in ensuring that financial information for the property management contracts are accurate, timely and robust during a period of change and growth. The Finance Assistant will be managed by the Management Accountant.


Key Tasks

Your responsibilities will include:

·         Maintenance and management of the ledgers on the accounting system (Quickbooks and Netsuite online).


Purchase ledger

·         Process all purchase invoices within the existing procedures for properties, including coding, posting to the                           accounting system, obtaining authorisation, preparing invoices for payment by BACS, sending out remittances,                     preparing cheque payments;

·         Liaise with finance team and budget holders to ensure accurate invoice coding

·         Management of the ledger on Quickbooks and Netsuite, including allocation of payments, supplier statement                         reconciliations, supplier queries;

·         Posting credit card analysis for Ethical Property’s Property Management contract credit card holders;

·         Dealing with internal queries from colleagues on invoices and payments;

·         Filing all purchase ledger paperwork.


Sales ledger

·         Raising sales invoices for rent, management of monthly tenant recharges, raising booking invoices for meeting and               conference rooms, ad hoc sales invoices as required on Quickbooks and Netsuite

·         Ensure invoice entries for conference and meeting room bookings are uploaded to Quickbooks from the booking                   system, Centre charge, reports.

·         Applying tenant changes, tenant move in / out, management of tenant deposits;

·         Management of the ledger, including allocation of receipts, customer statements,

·         Credit control on a weekly basis, supply debtor reports to Management accountant and Relevant Regional/Centre                 Manager on a monthly basis

·         Responding to tenant queries in a timely manner;

·         Filing all sales ledger paperwork.

·         Produce the monthly Trade Debtors report for EPC.


Bank and cash

·         Posting bank payments and bank receipts,

·         Processing petty cash receipts and payment;

·         Management of purchase ledger BACS or cheque payments;

·         Bank account reconciliations;

·         Filing bank statements and other paperwork.






Please send your CV and Application form to recruitment [at]

Find attached the Job Description