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Property Recruitment Advisor

Job Title: Property Recruitment Advisor
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: colne, Lancashire, North West
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Salary: £7.50/hour
Reference: 206426487
Contact Name: CV-Library
Job Published: August 24, 2017 08:19

Job Description

Property Recruitment Advisor - Colne Area   Role Purpose   To efficiently handle incoming and outgoing telephone calls & web enquiries from potential new owners (PNOs) in the UK & Ireland for additional property recruitment into the business, and any associated duties related to property recruitment. The role will also include the ability to handle webchat – this will be new for 2017 and will be a key part of the role within the department to encourage PNO’s to engage with us.   Key tasks, responsibilities and accountabilities Recruitment - To provide excellent telephone communication with PNOs on inbound & outbound calls - To provide excellent written communication with PNOs on incoming web enquiries via e mail. - Working according to daily diary activities so that call standards, contacts, leads & contract conversion are achieved - To ensure that the right type of properties based on the portfolio brief are recruited into the business   Administration - To supply accurate and up to date information to the Business Development Managers relating to PNO enquiries in order that the properties can be visited & recruited in the shortest possible timeframes to achieve the portfolio targets set by the business   Communication - To communicate effectively with PNOs verbally and in written format via e mail/phone or letters. - Communicate to a high standard to both the Business Development Managers and all of our internal customers relating to any issues relating to a PNO. - Webchat – to have the ability to handle webchats with a min of two chats at any one time  Education, training, skills and experience required:  - Sales Experience - Excellent communication skills - Excellent computer literacy skills - Knowledge of Microsoft Excel & Word - Ability to prioritise workloads and work under pressure - Good organisation skills and the ability to use initiative Paying 7.50 p/h for over the age of 25 or £7.05 for under 25 Hours: 32 hours which will include the weekend – 1 in 4 which will consist of Saturday 9-5pm and 10-2pm on the Sunday on the weekends that they are due to work