Client Accounts Administrator

Job ID
£15-16,500 DOE
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Car Allowance
Bonus Scheme

Job Profile

Client Accounts Administrator


Salary: £15,000 to £16,500 Depending on Experience

Full training will be provided to the selected candidate.

Monday-Friday 09:00-17:30

Job Location: Southampton

We have an exciting opportunity for a full time Accounts Administrator, based in our Lettings Head Office in Southampton. With over 250 branches nationwide, Your Move is arguably the most recognisable Estate Agency brand within the property industry.

The ideal candidate should be highly numerate, detail orientated, able to take responsibility for accurate recording and reporting of finance functions, whilst being able to work effectively in a team and communicate effectively with clients, tenants and contractors.

Previous experience in a financial environment as well as any experience within the property/lettings sector would be advantageous however it is not essential.

Accounts Administrator Role Profile

Main Duties include:

  • Managing accounts mailboxes and system action centres for the Your Move Lettings Network
  • Handling and progressing phone/email queries from Your Move Departments, Landlords, tenants and third parties
  • Generating/adjusting rental invoices
  • Processing contractor invoices and card payments
  • Allocating fees and contractor Invoices
  • Issuing statements to Landlords
  • Processing financial transfers and payments
  • Administering authorisations for system compliance


Other ad hoc duties:

  • Assessing/posting monies from the exceptions report
  • Matching/reconciling nominal ledger and bank entries
  • Assessing the allocations report
  • Assessing unallocated cash and cascading queries
  • Update Ledger Balances
  • And additional reports when required


Required education: GCSE/A-level or equivalent

If you feel like you meet the required skill/experience criteria for this role then please apply now.


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