Property Team Administrator

Contact: HR
Location: Chelmsford

The Diocese of Chelmsford are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Team Administrator to provide effective administration support to the Head of Property and wider Property Team on a 6 month fixed term basis.   We seek an individual with strong administrative skills, who ideally has experience working withing the Property or Lettings field and prides themselves on being a team player.

(This post is offered on a 6-month Fixed Term Contract)

Salary:  £25,000 to £27,500, subject to qualifications and experience
Hours:  Full-time role (35 hours per week, with option for hybrid and flexible working)
Benefits: We offer a range of benefits including hybrid and flexible working, 11% non-contributory pension scheme, in-service life cover, 25 days holiday rising to 29 days after five years’ service and a city centre location with free car parking.

We are seeking someone: -

  • To provide effective administrative support to the Head of Property and Property Team
  • To act as the Secretary to Houses and Investments Committees and be responsible for the organising of such meetings
  • To support the Head of Property with the sale and acquisition of new properties and the management and administration of land portfolios
  • To be responsible for managing of legal deeds

If you: -

  • Have administration experience working in a similar field (Property/Lettings etc),
  • Have experience in arranging meetings, preparing documentation and accurately recording minutes,
  • Understand the importance of good business administration to ensure an efficient service is delivered,
  • Are a team player with a distinctive contribution to make,

Then we would like to hear from you!

For more information about the role please download the full job description, and to apply please complete an application form and return to

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