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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, 94% 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 – 4.9:1.

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.

If you're a tenant of ours, and are hiring, make sure to along with the details of the job vacancy.

 

All vacancies are available to view here.

Sales & Viewings Coordinator – Fixed Term Contract 9 month (Maternity Leave) - London

Closing Date: 9.00am on Monday, 17th February 2020
Salary:

Up to £30,000 a year, depending on skills and experience, inclusive of London Weighting

The Role

As maternity leave cover, we are looking for a resourceful and enthusiastic person to become part of our Sales Team.  With the recent opening of two flagship centres, we need more resource than ever to promote our buildings and find tenants.  This role is based in Bethnal Green, and responsible for leading on London sales, conducting viewings, handling enquiries for office space across our UK centres and playing an active role generating new enquiries. You will also help plan, and roll out, our long-term sales strategy.

We’re often the first point of contact a person has with Ethical Property, and as part of this customer-facing team it’s vital you are a pro-active, capable communicator who brings high levels of energy and enthusiasm, to help create that fantastic first impression.

Working with the Sales Manager (line manager for this role), you’ll identify new networks and contacts to promote our centres to inspiring social impact organisations; conveying the benefits of being an Ethical Property tenant.  You’ll take a customer-first approach, guiding potential tenants through the entire sales process with knowledge, personability and great attention to detail.  You’ll be responsible for dealing with routine enquiries and administration, but also those that entail problem solving and negotiating, working in collaboration with colleagues. Occasional travel to our other centres and evening work is sometimes but rarely required.

The role will give you the opportunity to gain insight into many aspects of our fast-growing and innovative organisation and to see first-hand how we put our commitment to society and the environment into practice whilst running a financially sound business.

A typical day might look like…

You’ll come into the office at our lovely new building and pick up enquiries or messages that came in overnight. You will then plan your day according to priority.

Prioritisation is key: you may have viewings, enquiries will come through the day, and you will respond swiftly, with charm and attention to detail.  You’ll see through sales already in the pipeline and ensure the database is kept up to date to track sales progression, deal with associated paperwork, and be an active contributor to our long-term strategic planning goals.  Sometimes you’ll deal with an enquiry or task that doesn’t fit the normal process, so you’ll talk with your friendly colleagues to find an answer.

You will show prospective tenants around the available offices at The Green House – listening to their requirements, following up after viewings and problem-solving any obstacles.

The Ethical Property Company

Ethical Property is one of the UK’s leading social businesses. We aim to ensure that commercial property supports the creation of a better world, through the provision of affordable office, retail, meeting and event space to social impact organisations, both non -profit and commercial.

Our buildings are as diverse as our tenants but have lots in common: all are managed to high environmental standards, close to public transport and provide shared resources that encourage collaboration with likeminded organisations. Our tenants benefit from flexible, affordable prices, and we take care of facilities so tenants can concentrate on their vital work.

Although driven by social and environmental values, making a profit is an essential element of our business. We pay a regular dividend to shareholders and manage our Centres to increase their long-term value, helping attract additional investment that enables us to grow and support more organisations.

Job Specification

The post holder will be primarily responsible for:

  • Selling space within our centres;
    • Responding to enquiries;
    • Handling walk-ins;
    • Conducting viewings;
    • Ensuring accurate records are maintained on our database;
    • Maintaining regular communication with enquirers until space is found to meet their needs;
    • Seeing through the full sales process: from enquiry to onboarding

Additionally, the post holder will participate in (non-exhaustive):

  • Promoting our space through advertising and other platforms, taking a creative approach to increase enquiry levels
  • Supporting delivery of digital & SEO strategy
  • Working in collaboration with others to ensure our services meet the needs of our customers.
  • Providing general administrative & operational support 
  • Working with the Sales Manager to evaluate and improve our internal procedures;
  • Researching needs of potential customers and trends within the property market, for internal reports;

Person specification

You will be able to demonstrate that you:

  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills, that you can deploy effectively across a range of audiences;
  • Are highly organised and efficient, can prioritise work within tight deadlines, multi-task and be flexible;
  • Value accuracy and attention to detail;
  • Are a motivated self-starter who learns and adapts quickly;
  • Understand what a more nuanced, soft sales approach involves;
  • Have or can develop good negotiation skills;
  • Are willing to undertake routine tasks, as well as more interesting project-work;
  • Have good understanding of Microsoft Office.
  • Always act quickly and effectively, and can use your initiative;
  • Understand the needs of the voluntary and community sector;
  • Are enthusiastic about the company and our centres;
  • Are committed to our ethical values

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Applications

Please send an updated CV & Covering Letter, with responses to the questions below and send to: recruitment [at] ethicalproperty.co.uk by 9am Monday 17th February 2020.

1) How do your work experience, skills and training help you meet the person specification from the job description? Please answer in detail, referring to the specific criteria.

2) Why are you interested in this role, specifically referring to the job description, and what has motivated you to apply for the position?

Facilities Manager - 12 Month FTC - Maternity Cover - London

Closing Date: 9.00am on Thursday, 20th February 2020
Salary:

From £25,500 to £30,500 a year (inclusive of London Weighting Allowance at £2,991 a year), depending on skills and experience.

The Role

Job Title:            Facilities Manager

Contract:            12-month, Fixed Term Contract, Maternity Cover.

Working hours: Full time working 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday between 8am to 6pm. Some flexibility required according to needs of the business, with some occasional weekend work.

Location:            The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London, SE11 5RR, with some travel within the UK.     

Closing date:      9am Thursday 20th February 2020         

Interview date: Week commencing 27th January held at The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London, SE11 5RR

Start date: 16th March 2020

 

The Ethical Property Company

Founded 20 years ago, the Ethical Property Company provides affordable workspace to charities, community groups, campaigns and social businesses working for a fairer and more sustainable society. From humble beginnings, the company has grown steadily and now owns or manages 23 centres across the UK providing affordable office, retail and conference space to over 1,000 social change organisations. Flexible leasing arrangements provide our tenants with long-term security and working alongside like-minded organisations offers them influence-enhancing networking opportunities.

The company has some 100 staff, based in our properties in London, Oxford, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Bath, Brighton and Manchester. Our centres are managed to minimise energy use, waste, car travel and the use of harmful materials while offering tenants modern, affordable and flexible space managed in a transparent and supportive way.

The Foundry

Formerly a shoe-polish factory which has been redeveloped, and opened in 2015 into a beautifully light and spacious work, meeting space and conference venue, that is also home to around 25 social justice and human rights focused organisations. It is our RIBA award winning centre in London, and received the BREEAM 'Excellent' rating. The centre is managed by Ethical Property on behalf of the Social Justice and Human Rights Centre Limited.

Our Commitment

We are committed to providing an enjoyable, relaxed and productive working environment.  Equally, we expect that our employees are serious about the commitment they make to the company and their colleagues.

Job Description

The Facilities Manager supports the Centre Manager, who is responsible for the day-to-day management of The Foundry, under the overall supervision of the Regional Manager for the South East. The Facilities Manager will be expected to contribute to the running of the centre as a whole.

You will play an important role supporting the Centre Manager in servicing the conference users and office tenants.

You will work closely with the other members of the team who are collectively responsible for providing professional, safe and appropriate space and facilities for the centre’s users. The Facilities Manager will also work with colleagues based in the company’s Head Office to ensure that the building is managed in accordance with our principles of best practice in ethical property management. The Facilities Manager reports to the Centre Manager.

As Facilities Manager, your responsibilities will include, but not limited to:

Compliance with health and safety legislation and good practice, including:

  • Carrying out risk assessments and fire risk assessments, and ensuring that any resulting actions are carried out in a timely manner;
  • Fire safety procedures including testing of fire safety systems and carrying out bi-annual fire evacuations;
  • Ensuring the building is safe, pleasant, accessible and that the services are functioning;
  • Conducting and keeping a clear and accurate record of, weekly inspections of buildings.

Line Manage a small team of Facilities Support Assistants (FSAs)

  • Managing the day-to-day work of the Facilities team;
  • Ensuring staff have regular supervisions;
  • Lead, develop and motivate staff;
  • Setting up (or assisting / supervising the FSAs) furniture and Audio Visual and Information Technology in conference and meeting rooms;
  • Carrying out (or assisting / supervising the FSAs) small-scale maintenance tasks including re-painting offices, basic plumbing, small-scale carpentry, key cutting, waste disposal, etc.

Building improvements and maintenance

  • Responsible for ensuring an ethical negotiation, procurement and managing of Service of agreement levels. Updating and maintaining supplier contact database and summary sheets.
  • Investigating day-to-day building-related problems (ranging from boiler/heating breakdowns, leaking roofs and blocked toilets, to alarm activations etc.), and devising timely and cost-effective solutions in consultation (as necessary) with the centre manager, contractors and tenants;
  • Organising and overseeing planned preventative maintenance works and facilities service delivery (such as mechanical and  electrical services, fire safety systems, building fabric, security), liaising with contractors and tenants to ensure timely completion and minimum disruption;
  • Keeping up-to-date maintenance and service records and a manual of the building;
  • Building strong working relationships with contractors in specifying works, tendering, monitoring progress and approving invoices on completion;
  • Helping to monitor and reduce energy and water use in the buildings;
  • Making suggestions on how to improve management and delivery of maintenance and services to tenants, and how to achieve the company's financial, social and environmental objectives.

Communications

  • Acting as a point of contact for tenants to report maintenance and other building related issues;
  • Acting as a point of contact for conference users to resolve problems that arise during their meetings;
  • Establishing and maintaining excellent communication with tenants and centre users to help ensure their satisfaction with the building and services;
  • Keeping records of maintenance work reported and carried out, to enable accurate reporting to the relevant Board on performance against targets.

Undertaking the building-related aspects of tenant moves, including:

  • Working with incoming tenants to determine and undertake any works required before they move in;
  • Instructing redecoration of offices when vacant and liaising with contractors on other works as required;
  • Assisting our IT company with setting up and managing phone systems and simple computer networks.

Other responsibilities include:

  • Assisting the Centre Manager with other duties that may be required from time to time;
  • Making suggestions on how to improve management and delivery of maintenance and services to tenants, how to achieve the company's social and environmental objectives, etc.;
  • Working to improve the company's social and environmental objectives;
  • Attending company-wide events such as Equality and Diversity Training, Company Induction Day, the annual employee conference, etc.;
  • Other duties as required, in line with the role.

When carrying out all the above responsibilities you will be expected to identify and implement solutions which are good value, balancing financial, environmental and social considerations in accordance with the ethos of the company.

Person Specification

This is a busy, demanding and ‘hands on’ role that will require a ‘can do’ attitude by the successful applicant.

Essential skills and experience

  • You have experience of commercial facilities / property management;
  • You have experience of managing health and safety within the workplace;
  • You have experience of managing expenditure and approving invoices;
  • You are computer literate with good working knowledge of Word, Outlook and Excel;
  • You have some knowledge and a strong interest in the social and environmental performance of buildings, particularly in relation to energy and water use, recycling, green commuting and accessibility;
  • You can cope well under pressure, can multitask and can adapt to changing circumstances;
  • You have good organisational and time management skills and can prioritise effectively;
  • You are a confident starter-finisher with an eye for detail;
  • You are a problem-solver, able to use your own initiative in finding pragmatic solutions; this will involve some hands-on work;
  • You are confident in supervising others, but also lead though example;
  • You are personable, able to establish a good rapport quickly and establish trust on the long term;
  • You maintain a professional standard of presentation and communication with colleagues and tenants at all times;
  • You are a good team worker.

Desirable skills and experience

  • You have experience of working for a social enterprise or environmental organisation;
  • You can demonstrate the ability to negotiate cost savings in purchasing with a view to delivering the best available deal on services to tenants;
  • You have experience of managing and motivating staff;
  • You have a property-related qualification (NEBOSH/IOSH/RICS qualification or be a member of the BIFM or evidence of equivalent skills).

Contractual Details

This is a 12-month, Fixed Term, Maternity cover contract with a three-month probationary period. The role benefits include 25 days holiday entitlement pro-rata as well as statutory bank holidays.

The salary is in the range of £25,500 to £30,500 a year (inclusive of a London Weighting Allowance at £2,991 a year), depending on skills and experience. The working hours for the role are 37.5 hours a week, between Mondays and Fridays, with some occasional weekend work.  

We offer a company contribution up to 7% to a pension dependant on scheme choice, a free company bicycle scheme with bicycle maintenance costs, childcare vouchers, season ticket loans, interest free personal loans, as well as other benefits.

 

Job Description:Click Here

Applications

To apply: Please visit www.ethicalproperty.co.uk/careers. Please send an updated CV and Covering Letter, responding to the following questions:

1) How do your work experience, skills and training help you meet the person specification from the job description? Please answer in detail, referring to the specific criteria.

2) Why are you interested in this role, specifically referring to the job description, and what has motivated you to apply for the position?

Please send to: recruitment [at] ethicalproperty.co.uk by the stated closing date and time.

  • You must be eligible to work in the UK in order to apply for this role. We cannot support visas.
  • No Agencies

Assistant Property Manager - Full Time - Bristol

Closing Date: 9.00am on Thursday, 20th February 2020
Salary:

Up to £24,000 per annum gross - Depending on skills and experience.

The Role

Contract:                            Permanent role.

Working Hours:                37.50 hours per week, Monday to Friday (or could work 1 weekend day if preferred) - between the hours of 9am – 6pm, Occasional flexibility required.

Location:                            Bristol - based in four buildings- Streamline (BS4 3EH), Brunswick Court (BS2 8PE), Colston Street (BS1 5BB) & St Paul’s Learning Centre (BS2 8XJ).

Role Summary

A unique opportunity has arisen for a practical and organised person to work for one of the UK’s leading social businesses. The role is line managed by the Centre Manager for Bristol, with additional reporting line to the Centre Manager at St Paul’s Learning Centre and will involve hands on property maintenance and related administration work at our buildings in Bristol.

The Ethical Property Company

Founded 20 years ago, the Ethical Property Company provides affordable workspace to charities, community groups, campaigns and social businesses working for a fairer and more sustainable society. From humble beginnings, the company has grown steadily and now owns or manages 23 centres across the UK providing affordable office, retail and conference space to over 1,000 social change organisations. Flexible leasing arrangements provide our tenants with long-term security and working alongside like-minded organisations offers them influence-enhancing networking opportunities.

The company has some 100 staff, based in our properties in London, Oxford, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Bath, Brighton and Manchester. Our centres are managed to minimise energy use, waste, car travel and the use of harmful materials while offering tenants modern, affordable and flexible space managed in a transparent and supportive way.

The Post

The Assistant Property Manager is part of the South-West team. You will be based mainly in four buildings Streamline, Brunswick Court, Colston Street and St Paul’s Learning Centre. With some time allocated to the Unitarian Meeting House.

You will report to the Centre Manager for the Bristol cluster and the Centre manager for St Paul’s Learning Centre. You will network with other colleagues across the Company, including those based in our head office in Oxford, and will participate in the property managers’ forum meetings.

Your main duties will involve:

  • Carrying out basic weekly inspections of properties, including testing of fire systems and procedures and other routine tasks, keeping a clear and accurate record and reporting any issues to the Centre Manager
  • Assisting the Centre Manager in ensuring the buildings are safe, pleasant, accessible and that the services are functioning
  • Assisting the Centre Manager in planning and organising routine maintenance of building plant, fabric and systems
  • Assisting the Centre Manager in engaging and managing contractors
  • Being the main point of contact for tenants’ queries in relation to maintenance, establishing and maintaining excellent communication with tenants to ensure their satisfaction with the buildings and services
  • Carrying out small repairs which do not require specialist training both for the communal areas and for individual tenants
  • Checking on stocks of cleaning materials, light bulbs, recycling supplies etc, preparing orders and keeping an accurate record on the purchase order sheet
  • Tidying communal areas and arranging furniture in meeting rooms
  • Changing communal light bulbs
  • Carrying out some cleaning and porter duties
  • Ensuring waste and recycling are managed efficiently within the centres

Other areas in which you will be required to work include;

  • Collecting regular data for the head office (such as meter readings)
  • Providing information to the Centre Manager for recharges to tenants and to help with credit control
  • Attending and contributing to meetings of the cluster’s property management team
  • Making suggestions on how to improve management and delivery of maintenance and services to tenants and improve the company's social and environmental objectives
  • Assisting the IT department with setting up and managing phone systems and simple computer networks
  • Any other reasonable task commensurate with the role

You will maintain a professional standard of presentation and communication with colleagues and tenants at all times.

Person Specification

This is a busy, demanding and ‘hands-on’ role that will require someone who is organised, enthusiastic, confident and a problem solver. You will need:

  • Previous experience of working in a similar role - for example as a maintenance officer in the public or private property sector, or a school caretaker
  • To be trustworthy and able to establish a good rapport with tenants and team members
  • To be able to prioritise your work, multi-task and remain flexible
  • To be able to act quickly and effectively, often on own initiative and sometimes under pressure
  • Basic DIY skills and experience
  • To be committed to providing a good service to our tenants
  • To be a good communicator, both orally and in writing
  • To be comfortable using Microsoft Office software, including Excel
  • To be able to work successfully both independently and in a team
  • To be committed to social and environmental issues

Contractual Details

This is a permanent role with a three-month probationary period. Benefits include 25 days holiday entitlement (pro-rata) in addition to all public bank holidays. The salary for this role is up to £24,000 gross per year, depending on skills and experience.

We offer a company contribution up to 7% to a pension dependant on scheme choice, a free company bicycle scheme with bicycle maintenance costs, childcare vouchers, season ticket loans, interest free personal loans, as well as other benefits.

Please note, you must be eligible to work in the UK in order to apply for this role. No agencies

Full Job Description: Click Here

Application Form: Click Here

Applications

Please visit www.ethicalproperty.co.uk/careers and download the Job Description & Application Form Please send a completed Application Form, outlining how your skills and experience meet the role requirements, and email to: recruitment [at] ethicalproperty.co.uk by 9am on Thursday 20th February 2020. No CV’s. No agencies please.

Operations Assistant - Full time - Permanent Role - Oxford

Closing Date: 9.00am on Thursday, 27th February 2020
Salary:

Up to £22,000 depending on skills and experience.

The Role

The Ethical Property Company

We are changing the way society benefits from property. We are one of the UK’s leading social businesses, managing a variety of workspaces including office, retail, meeting/event spaces as well as studios and educational spaces, that are used by some of the UK’s most influential and creative charities, not-for-profits, voluntary groups and small enterprises.

In our 21 Centres across England, Scotland and Wales, we support approximately 1,000 organisations per year. We are proving that business can have a social impact, care for the environment and be profitable.

Each Centre is managed to a high environmental standard and we encourage the use of public transport and the sharing of resources wherever possible. Tenant contracts are flexible and transparent and we ensure that our processes and procedures are simple and efficient, allowing tenants to focus on their individual objectives.

While we are driven by social and environmental values, making a profit is an essential element of our business model. We pay a regular dividend to our shareholders and manage our Centres to increase their long-term value, with a view to attracting additional investment that will enable us to grow, and support more organisations.

We have ambitious plans for growth, aiming to at least double the size of our portfolio and impact. In order to achieve this we must ensure that we have the right people to enable us to expand whilst continuing to deliver a high standard of services to our customers.

The Post

This is an opportunity for a capable and enthusiastic individual who shares our values to work for one of the UK’s leading social businesses.  Based in our Oxford head office, you will directly contribute to the successful operation of the company by providing reliable and efficient support to colleagues and customers in the key area of tenant administration. The role will give you the opportunity to gain an insight into many aspects of our fast-growing and innovative organisation and to see at first-hand how we put our commitment to society and the environment into practice whilst running a financially sound business.

You will share responsibility with the other Operations Assistant, for all tenant-related administration and record-keeping and will be one of the first points of contact for new tenants.  You will be line managed by the Operations Manager. You may occasionally be required to travel elsewhere within the UK.

As Operations Assistant, your responsibilities will include:

Tenant Administration – 70%

Assisting the Operations Manager with a range of tenant administration, including:

  • Coordinating processes for tenants moving in and out, including liaison with tenants and with Sales, Property Management, Finance and IT teams, and issuing new leases and licences from standard templates
  • Dealing with elements of sales and finance (not currently part of the role but likely to be introduced shortly subject to an ongoing review)
  • Maintaining and updating templates of leases and licences and Netsuite
  • Keeping tenants’ electronic and paper records up-to-date
  • Dealing with  tenants’ administrative queries
  • Maintenance of building plans
  • Issuing consents to sub-letting
  • Preparing and maintaining procedure documents for tenant administrative processes
  • Drafting terms within leases and licences, which are outside of the standard templates
  • Assisting with non-financial aspects of the rent review process
  • Coordinating the process for annual lease and licence renewals

Business rates administration – 15%

  • Becoming familiar with business rates rules and practices and supporting Operations Assistant with:
    • Calculating business rates liability for each of our buildings and ensuring that the correct business rates are charged
    • Identifying the most appropriate business rates treatment for new units/buildings
    • Approving business rates invoices
    • Notifying local authorities of changes of occupier and sorting out errors in billing
    • Liaising with the Valuation Office over valuations and splitting of properties, as required
    • Dealing with business rates queries from colleagues and tenants

Development of NETSUITE (Company CRM database) – 5%

  • Assisting the Operations Manager with the development and implementation of the Netsuite system
  • Designing reports
  • Training staff in use of Netsuite
  • Assisting staff with importing / exporting data, producing reports, setting up dashboard

Central purchasing contracts (e.g. sanitary bins, photocopiers) – 5%

  • Dealing with annual contract renewals and obtaining best prices
  • Liaising with Regional Managers on requirements
  • Approving invoices
  • Preparing and reviewing annual budgets
  • Maintaining electronic and paper records of contracts

General duties – 5%

  • General admin support to the department
  • Drafting some communication materials
  • Filing and any other administrative tasks as required
  • Assist the Operations team in providing and delivering information to colleagues on roles and procedures
     

(Percentages are indicative of the time to be spent on each aspect of the role, but may well vary in practice.)

Person Specification

The successful candidate will:

  • Be highly organised and efficient, with an ability to prioritise work within tight deadlines, to multi-task and to be flexible
  • Have strong analytical skills
  • Have a high level of attention to detail and precision, including having the aptitude and patience to sort out detailed problems from time to time
  • Be able to act quickly and effectively and use initiative
  • Have excellent oral and written communications skills in English, including the ability to communicate with customers on administrative details politely and effectively
  • Have a logical and creative approach to problem solving
  • Have some experience of numerical analysis and presenting numerical information in Excel
  • Have a proven ability to be confidential
  • Be skilled at using Microsoft software, especially Outlook, Word and Excel
  • Have an aptitude for using databases
  • Be committed to social and environmental issues
  • Be considerate and comfortable working in a large, open-plan office.

Experience of any of the following would be an advantage:

  • The social or environmental sector
  • Property administration
  • Familiarity with legal documentation
  • Property law.
  • Sales experience

Contractual Details

This is a permanent contract with a three-month probationary period. The post is full time position working 37.50 hours a week, from Monday and Friday, 9am – 5.30pm (though there is flexibility around this, with five weeks’ pro rata holiday entitlement as well as statutory bank holidays.

The salary is up to: £22,000 depending on skills and experience.

We offer a company contribution up to 7% to a pension dependent on scheme choice, 2 x salary life assurance, a free company bicycle scheme with bicycle maintenance costs, season ticket loans, as well as other benefits.

For Full Job Description: Click Here

For Application Form: Click Here

Applications

Please visit our website www.ethicalproperty.co.uk/careers complete & send an Application Form to recruitment [at] ethicalproperty.co.uk by the stated closing date and time.

Please note, you must be eligible to work in the UK in order to apply for this role. We cannot support visas.

No agencies.