Estates and Property Co-Ordinator


This vacancy is now closed


The NPS Group is one of the country’s most respected property design and management consultancies in the UK, providing a range of services to clients that include; architecture, mechanical, electrical and structural engineering, building and quantity surveying, and project management among a range of others. NPS Norwich represents the strategic collaboration with Norwich City Council.

We currently have an excellent opportunity within our Estates team for an Estates & Property co-ordinator, working from our Norwich City centre location. This is a permanent, full-time role working 37 hours per week. 

In this role, you will be supporting our estate management and valuation service by delivering data and case management expertise, taking responsibility for;

  • Managing a range of asset data, ensuring this is accurately recorded and maintaining using relevant property systems
  • Liaising with internal and external parties to provide information in response to queries
  • Reporting on client’s property portfolio periodically and as requested
  • Developing, implementing and maintaining auditable processes for the whole team

Our Ideal Candidate:

To be successful in this role, you will be a pro-active and data focussed individual, demonstrating you suitability for the role through;

  • Proven data administration experience, with the ability to interpret and report on information
  • Ideally, you will have knowledge within asset, estates or property data management
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, with advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Knowledge of property related systems would be an advantage, with the ability to learn new software quickly
  • Excellent communication skills, comfortable dealing with a number of internal and external parties
  • Ability to pro-actively manage your own workload, prioritising effectively in a deadline driven environment

We are committed to employment practices and behaviours which encourage diversity, promote equality of treatment and eliminate unlawful and or unfair discrimination.

Please read the attached job description and person specification to ensure you meet the criteria for the role before applying.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy once we have received sufficient applications. If you have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has not been successful and will not be progressed to the next stage.