• Branch Coordinator

    Job ID
    £18,000 Basic - £20,000 OTE DOE
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
    Bonus Scheme
  • Job Profile

    Due to the continued Lettings success of our Your Move Plymouth - Queen Anne Terrace branch, we are seeking a Branch Coordinator to join our Student Living team. 


    The right person will be positive, ambitious and naturally enthusiastic with a can-do attitude.


    You will be required to assist the management team to produce the financial reports, review of utilities across our portfolio of properties and management of accounts. 


    Working with Your Move you will receive;

    • Professional training provided with our award winning Learning and Development Team
    • Defined career progression
    • Uncapped earning opportunities
    • 5 day working week
    • Numerous employee benefits to include Share Save, Pension Scheme, Childcare vouchers
    • Basic salary in the region of £18,000 depending on experience
    • Uncapped OTE in the region of £20,000 depending on experience

    This is a challenging role which is ideal for someone who thrives on working in a fast moving challenging environment. You will need to demonstrate a varied range of skills, be highly organized, self-motivated and be able to work independently as well as part of a team. Previous accounts knowledge is hugely beneficial but not essential to this role. 


    To apply for this opportunity please provide an up to date and relevant CV to: gemma.butterfield@lslps.co.uk


    Due to the anticipated high volume of applications for this post we cannot, unfortunately, respond to them all. If you do not hear from us, therefore, please assume that your application had been unsuccessful on this occasion but be assured that we will keep your application on file should any similar roles be available in the future.


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