This document provides a profile of the key accountabilities of the position and the key competencies required of the post holder. It is not a definitive document, but one that provides broad criteria expected of the post holder. It does not form part of your contract of employment.
JOB TITLE: Property Assistant – White Collar
LOCATION: Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO)
HOURS: from 09.30 – 18:0 – total per week - 37.5hrs
HOLIDAYS 20 days
COMPANY: Interserve Support Services
REPORTS TO: Staff Residential Property Lead
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Local Clearance
COVER FOR: Landlord Liaison
To Ensure that all Staff Residential & Official Residences properties are compliant to the FCO Standard by making sure that all march in/march out have been carried out as well as organising the Property Condition Survey before the client moves in to the property. To ensure that all properties through out the FCO Estate Portfolio respect the specification of the client and delivery is in line with contractual obligations.
The Property Assistant is a key role within the Accommodation Section in making sure that all properties have had a march in/march out carried out as well as a Property Condition Survey or any other property requirements.
Acts as a role model for the Enabling Excellence Behaviours and the Interserve values.
- always polite and helpful to our customers and colleagues;
- considerate with colleagues, approachable and quick to praise others.
- anticipating needs and thinking ahead;
- reacting quickly, solving problems fast.
- keeping promises, committing to excellence;
- understanding that if I fail, we fail.
- interested in finding better ways of doing things;
- innovative in the solutions we create.
- always looking to improve on what we do;
- bringing a sense of urgency to every task.
- communicating in a straight forward honest but sensitive Way;
- Understanding the importance of keeping customers & Colleagues “in the loop”.
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Applicants must be legally entitled to work in Belgium.