The role
The Process and Query Manager is responsible identifying the most efficient processes to deliver the services to GPA, keeping those processes up to date. In addition, ensure queries are reported, managed and resolved in an efficient manner. 
Roles and responsibilities
Process Management
• Work with key stakeholders to evolve, manage and deliver efficient processes across the portfolio
• Regularly review and update processes as working methods develop and opportunities for continuous improvements and efficiencies are identified
• Create and deliver workshops to BNPPRE and GPA colleagues on processes to facilitate team working, ensuring awareness and understanding, seeking feedback and opportunity for further efficiency.  
• Where opportunities arise for a new process work with Internal Controls and key stakeholders to develop new processes.
• Review and update Playbook as required
• Manage and provide induction for new members of the team 
• Supporting the team to deliver contractual requirements when needed
Query Management
• Manage, oversee, challenge responses and resolve queries working with the team, GPA and other consultants 
• Prioritise and manage team responses to support client satisfaction
• Ensure queries are responded to and updated in line with KPIs 
• Provide monthly KPI reporting
• Manage Monthly escalation meetings, to ensure high priority, escalated and debt related queries are managed effectively
• Review process and suggest areas for continuous improvement. 
• Ensure CRM system is used to track all client queries and provide training and workshops for the BNPPRE and GPA team  
• Work with GPA to ensure reporting is available and continually improved to track progress and identify trends.  
• Ensure focus is given to queries which have been escalated and ensure the team are using the escalation process effectively where delays in resolution are evident.  
• Focus on historic queries and ensure the correct individuals are supporting resolution.  
• Join client calls to discuss escalations and trends identified 
• Identify opportunities for change and efficiency within CRM.
Person specification
• Strong organisational, project management and administration skills 
• Experience working in a commercial property management role with a knowledge of property leases and documentation.
• Experienced user of IT systems and Microsoft packages, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook  
• Mature and professional approach, confident in taking initiative to problem-solving. 
• Controlling and monitoring even workload, experienced in meeting deadlines and working under pressure. 
• Attention to detail and accuracy. 
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 
• Working well as a team member, demonstrating responsibility, patience and understanding of other’s needs. 
 
We are proud to offer award-winning benefits to support and reward our employees:
  • Heath & Leisure: Private medical cover, 25 days annual leave + public holidays (the option of purchasing up to 5 additional days via flex benefits), health screening, gym discounts, wellbeing support, volunteering opportunities, cycle to work scheme, eye care voucher, travel & retail discounts, travel insurance, concierge service, kids pass, open fairways golf card, great company culture and social events (including sports teams, charity events, art pass), perks at work 
  • Financial: Pension, life assurance at 8 x basic salary, group income protection, long term disability insurance,  interest free season ticket loan, bonus scheme – you will be eligible to participate in the Company’s Bonus Scheme, share incentive plan, financial and mortgage advice 
BNP Paribas Real Estate is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, colour, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status.
BNP Paribas is a leading bank in Europe with an international reach. It has a presence in 73 countries, with more than 196,000 employees, including around 149,000 in Europe. The Group has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets, International Financial Services (whose retail-banking networks and financial services are covered by Retail Banking & Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking, which serves two client franchises: corporate clients and institutional investors.

BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking is a globally recognised leader offering capital markets, securities services, financing, treasury and advisory solutions.

Job Purpose & Scope
• Purpose: Analyst level Credit Analyst who could cover a portfolio of Hedge Funds, Funds of Hedge Funds and Financial Sponsors followed by the team. 1st Line of Defence (Front Office), client facing role.
• Scope: Financial Institutions (mostly hedge funds, funds of hedge funds and financial sponsor funds, and to a lesser extent regulated funds, agency arrangements, asset managers)

Key Responsibilities
Mission
• The credit analyst is responsible for completing credit analysis on a portfolio of Financial Institutions to facilitate informed credit decisions, particularly Hedge Funds. 
• Develop an in-depth understanding of the groups under his/her responsibility and develop market intelligence by investigating all available sources of credit and financial information. 
• Monitor permanently the portfolio under his/her responsibility to detect any credit issue requiring a specific review.
• Conduct Annual and interim reviews. Produce in due time and present in Credit Committee a factual summary of client’s credit worthiness (credit proposal), compliant with the Bank’s guidelines. The credit proposal includes a recommendation on the ratings, the limits, the legal credit terms and the risk strategy vis-a-vis the client.
• Day-to-day transaction approvals, quantifying risk for trade requests received from Front Office across the bank.
• Prepare initial credit questionnaire for ISDA/CSA and other legal documents, and negotiation of credit-related terms in the legal docs.
• Work in close collaboration with the Lisbon Credit Support Analysts, including providing the required trainings.
• Develop a good knowledge of the banking environment: capital market products, legal documentations, accounting and regulatory environments.
• Perform due diligences.
• Perform portfolio reviews when required.
• Keep abreast of the changing methodologies and credit policies
Interactions with the Binome (clients under coverage)  
• Interacts in full transparency with the Binome (SCO & FIC Relationship Manager).
• Attend when necessary discussions forum under the leadership of the Binome.
• Prepare credit proposal in the light of FIC commercial strategy, coverage memo, and of any material information (transaction or risks) provided by the RM Pilot or the Binome.
• Contribute together with the Binome to the identification of the credit points that need to be discussed with the client (during Due Diligence for example).
Guarantee
• Guarantee rigorous and synthetic credit risk analysis and recommendation (Annual review, ad hoc, credit notes, comparative analysis)
• Guarantee the application of Bank’s procedures and policies and the consistency of Bank’s ratings
• Guarantee the quality of the process and the timely delivery of the team’s output, notably Annual reviews in line with validated calendar.
Contribute
• Contribute to the formalisation of the credit decisions in the credit workflow tool
• Contribute to the risk strategy definition by providing recommendation on the risk profile of the counterparty and on specific transactions in relationship with the appropriate stakeholders
• Contribute to the Bank’s reactivity vis-à-vis clients’ expectations by prioritizing urgent requests under his/her responsibility with his/her manager
• Contribute to the quality of process : use adequately the credit process’ flow and workflow system,  maintain critical client data, interact efficiently ahead of credit committee with the various stakeholders of the credit process
• Contribute to the development of policies, reports and risk tools, and to the Credit Process optimization
• Contribute to sharing best practices among various teams.
• Contribute to Credit Process optimization.
Interactions with Business Lines (uncovered clients)
• Discuss the  requests of Credit limits with the Business Lines
• Provide credit analysis and recommendation in the frame of AR or ad hoc Credit Committee on clients followed by Business Lines
• Work with Business Lines to mitigate risk related to the counterparties
• Ask for Due diligence ‘s meeting or credit review
The Requirements
Essential
• Education: Master’s Degree/MSc/Master 2 from Business School or University in Banking, Finance, Economics, Risk Management, Financial Markets or other relevant areas
• Experience: Circa 3+ years’ experience in the finance industry, preferably in credit analysis. 
• Languages: English (fluent)
• Skills: 
  • Strong and proven analytical skills (proficient)
  • Adaptability and proactivity, multitasking
  • Strong presentation and communication skills (verbal and written) (expert)
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) (proficient)
  • Solid knowledge and understanding of banking and financial markets (proficient)
  • Understanding of Corporate Banking and Capital Markets products (proficient)
  • Self-driven and organized (expert)
  • Rigorous and reliable
Preferred
• Languages: Additional Language would be welcomed [French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Arabic, Chinese…]
• Skills:
  • Good knowledge of Legal documentations credit terms (ISDA, CSA…)
  • Understanding of funds financing business (legal documentation, credit mitigant…) 
Equal Opportunities 
BNP Paribas promotes equality of opportunity and is committed to ensuring that no individual is discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
As an employee with BNP Paribas London Branch, we want to make sure that you are rewarded for your commitment. As such, you will be entitled to our award winning benefits package which includes a generous holiday allowance of at least 34 days (including bank holidays), a non-contributory pension of 12%, private healthcare, GP service and dental cover all as standard, along with a number of personal insurances such as income protection, life assurance and personal accident insurance. We believe in ensuring all our employees have a positive work life balance so in addition you will also have access to a variety of flexible lifestyle benefits such as cycle to work and green car leasing schemes, season ticket loans and reduced cinema and gym membership to name a few. 
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Customer Service Specialist – Regulated Customers

Swindon – Hybrid

We’re Arval BNP Paribas – we’re a global leader in vehicle leasing and the fourth largest leasing company in the UK.  Our passion for Service, Sustainability, and Solutions is brought to life by each and every one of our people – who we call Journey Makers

Culturally, we’re a friendly bunch – more human than corporate – and we serve a diverse customer base.  From families choosing their first electric vehicle, to global brands seeking to switch their fleets to electric vehicles – whatever our customers’ mobility needs, we have a solution to offer.

About the role

With over 190,000 vehicles in our fleet, a lot goes on behind the scenes to help keep our customers moving. Our Regulated Customer Service team play a vital role in creating great experiences for our personal leasing customers.

As a Regulated Customer Service Specialist, you’ll find no two days are the same as you’ll be taking care of a wide variety of customer needs from invoice and contract queries to complex complaints. In this role you’ll use your excellent listening and communication skills to understand customer needs and show that you care. The variety of customer needs you’ll be dealing with in this role means that you won’t be following a script and you’ll have opportunities to use your initiative to identify the best solution to deliver good customer outcomes.

And there’s no need to worry if you’re not a car geek – we’ll provide full training on our products and services, what we’re looking for is a passion for delivering phenomenal customer experiences, good communication skills, and a desire to do the right thing.

What we’re looking for

Are you passionate about creating positive customer experiences?  Do you enjoy using your problem-solving skills to get the right customer outcome?  If so, this could be your next move.   

It’s also likely you’ll be able to able to demonstrate the following:

  • Warm & friendly telephone manner
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Computer-literate, and able to learn new systems and processes
  • A strong desire to do the right thing

The package

We offer a basic starting salary of £26,000, plus a bonus of up to £1,100.  We also offer 25 days holiday as standard, plus bank holidays, an extra day off for your birthday, and the option to purchase an additional 5 days

We also provide a comprehensive benefits package, including:

  • Private medical cover, including a digital GP service
  • Company pension with up to 10% employer contribution
  • Discounts on our products and services and discounts in many high street brands
  • 2 paid volunteering days every year
  • Free on-site gym
  • Subsidised restaurant serving chef-prepared breakfast and lunch, plus discounted Costa Coffee
  • Plus, a range of flexible benefits to suit your lifestyle
  • Hybrid working, once you’ve completed your training

Ready to make a difference?

Sound interesting?  Click to apply and a member of our Talent Acquisition team will review your CV. 

We’re passionate about being consciously inclusive employer, with a strong Speak Up culture.  We’re also proud to be a Ban the Box employer as part of our commitment to a fair and inclusive society for all. 

Interview process

  • Telephone interview our Talent Acquisition team
  • 1-hour interview

If you’re not shortlisted, we’ll still let you know the outcome of your application. 

What are you waiting for?  Apply today and we’ll be in touch. 

The role
The client accounting team at Strutt & Parker provide a wide range of bookkeeping and accountancy services to clients of the firm.
We are looking for an Accounts Assistant with responsibility to produce management accounts, VAT returns and financial accounts.   Your portfolio will contain approximately 50 clients ranging in size, type and complexity operating in the land, property, or agricultural sector.
Responsibilities
• Preparation and submission of VAT returns including partial exemption calculation and monitor of deminimis level
• Preparation of monthly/quarterly cash reports or rental statements
• Preparation of accruals based management reports.
• Main point of contact for resolution of bookkeeping and accounting queries
• Preparation of annual financial accounts for sole traders, partnerships, LLP, LTD and trusts to agreed timetable
• Preparation of accounts working file and analytical review
• Respond to agent / bookkeeper queries regarding GL and VAT coding and assist with entries required to correct queries.
• Preparation of report pack for outside accountant to complete year end prep, 
• Liaise with and respond to queries from external advisors (tax accountants / accountants)
Relationships
• Work closely with the Accounting Team Manager and with fellow accounting team members.
• Substantial verbal and written (email) correspondence with Directors and Employees of the S&P office network who have functional responsibilities for client management.
• External contacts with a wide range of third parties such as: client auditors and advisors, banks, HMRC etc.
Person specification
Qualifications/Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree standard or equivalent or higher – relevant Finance degree preferred or AAT qualified. 
Essential Skills
• PC/IT literate including MS Office skills.
• Knowledge of double entry bookkeeping preferred as role will require some maintenance of nominal, sales, and purchase ledgers.
• Desire to progress through ACCA exams and gain qualification.
We are proud to offer award-winning benefits to support and reward our employees:
  • Heath & Leisure: 25 days annual leave + public holidays (the option of purchasing up to 5 additional days via flex benefits), health screening, gym discounts, wellbeing support, volunteering opportunities, cycle to work scheme, eye care voucher, travel & retail discounts, travel insurance, concierge service, kids pass, open fairways golf card, great company culture and social events (including sports teams, charity events, art pass), perks at work 
  • Financial: Pension, life assurance at 8 x basic salary, group income protection, long term disability insurance,  interest free season ticket loan, bonus scheme – you will be eligible to participate in the Company’s Bonus Scheme, share incentive plan, financial and mortgage advice 
Strutt and Parker is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, colour, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status.
The role
An Office Manager for our Winchester office, the candidate will be an excellent team player with solid organisational and communication skills, both verbal and written. They will demonstrate the ability to work under pressure, a willingness to learn and an excellent telephone manner.
The candidate will have previous experience of working in a fast-paced environment and be able to provide a high level of service to clients. Self-motivated with the ability to demonstrate reliability and flexibility is essential, as well as being comfortable and capable of working as part of a team. This role (including some Saturdays) involves supporting the sales team and includes day-to-day contact with our clients and potential buyers, matching buyers to properties and booking viewings. 
Responsibilities
•    Registration of new buyers
•    Preparation of property brochures
•    Coordinating marketing and advertising locally and with nearby offices.
•    Management of the KYC and anti-money laundering processes as required by the Group, liaising with the internal on-boarding and compliance teams where necessary. 
•    Management of the invoicing process for the team. 
•    Assist with invoicing and debt collection ensuring that invoices are paid in a timely manner and debt is kept to a minimum. 
•    Keeping window cards/brochure displays/office systems up-to-date
•    Liaising with potential buyers and arranging viewings/managing diaries
•    Maintaining client files and the Residential client database
•    Where required establish and maintain trusted relationships with our clients to facilitate and accelerate the on-boarding processes.
•    Implement strategies for continuous improvement of business processes and increased efficiency 
•    Any other ad-hoc administrative duties as required by the team. 
Person specification
•    Ability to prioritise and co-ordinate tasks efficiently ensuring all deadlines are met
•    Demonstratable experience of supporting a team of professional fee earners.
•    Excellent IT skills (Word, Excel, MS Outlook) and experience of using KYC systems or similar.
•    A strong communicator, both verbally and in writing with experience of customer service.
•    Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues at all levels
•    Punctual and flexible in relation to working hours and duties
•    Prior experience of interpreting policies and procedures associated with AML regulations.
•    Experience of undertaking client due diligence, including completing independent searches and sanction checks. 
•    Takes a proactive approach to administration, ensuring that where possible, efficiencies in processes are made. 
•    Maintains a positive attitude towards routine tasks. 
•    Accurate and exceptional attention to detail. 
•    Understands and appreciates the importance of using discretion when dealing with sensitive information. 
•    An interest in working real estate/estate agency environment.
We are proud to offer award-winning benefits to support and reward our employees:
  • Heath & Leisure: 25 days annual leave + public holidays (the option of purchasing up to 5 additional days via flex benefits), health screening, gym discounts, wellbeing support, volunteering opportunities, cycle to work scheme, eye care voucher, travel & retail discounts, travel insurance, concierge service, kids pass, open fairways golf card, great company culture and social events (including sports teams, charity events, art pass), perks at work 
  • Financial: Pension, life assurance at 8 x basic salary, group income protection, long term disability insurance,  interest free season ticket loan, bonus scheme – you will be eligible to participate in the Company’s Bonus Scheme, share incentive plan, financial and mortgage advice 
Strutt and Parker is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, colour, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status.
BNP Paribas is a leading bank in Europe with an international reach. It has a presence in 73 countries, with more than 196,000 employees, including around 149,000 in Europe. The Group has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets, International Financial Services (whose retail-banking networks and financial services are covered by Retail Banking & Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking, which serves two client franchises: corporate clients and institutional investors.
BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking is a globally recognised leader offering capital markets, securities services, financing, treasury and advisory solutions.
Job Purpose & Scope
Providing practical and strategic advice on the full range of ER matters and delivery of a broad ER agenda for CIB London and Scotland.
Key Responsibilities
• Providing high-quality support and advice, ensuring the effective management of ER-related risks (legal, financial and reputational) for employee relations issues e.g. disciplinary, grievances, restructures/ re-organisations, performance management etc. In particular the role requires front line management of disciplinary, grievance and redundancy exercises 
• Designing, maintaining and implementing ER strategy, policies and activities, aligned with commercial and HR functional requirements
• Providing commercial and proactive HR consultancy advice to business heads and HR business partners, and facilitating delivery of HR solutions via other specialist functions as required
• Preparing and continuously reviewing key HR documents, including employment agreements and offer letters, consultancy agreements and settlement agreements
• ER Project management including key advisory and ER work-stream management for any restructuring/ acquisitions/disposals/outsourcing/insourcing/off-shoring
• Ensuring ER requirements are pro-actively met and managed in annual risk management processes such as legal obligations and annual contract and policy reviews
• Engaging in transversal project work supporting the Compliance team or other business initiatives as and when required
• Delivery of specialist training to HR/management when required
• Visible role in promoting appropriate workplace behaviour, equality and diversity agenda and initiatives
• Maintaining relationships with 3rd party service providers such as training providers 
• Ensuring accurate and high quality reporting of ER issues and keeping full and accurate records
• Building and maintaining good relationships with members of the employee forum 
• Actively staying current with employment law and HR knowledge, attending appropriate seminars and participating in team knowledge development meetings
The role is largely autonomous with a continuous caseload of disciplinary and grievance process, with supervision and oversight by the Head of team as required, and access to legal advice on a continuous basis.

The Requirements
Essential
• Relevant experience in UK employment law and/or UK employee relations in a fast-paced business environment, preferably with material exposure to working in or advising in the international banking environment, including in the regulatory context
• Knowledge of UK employment law, supported by academic or professional qualifications 
• Strong drafting skills
• Strong communication skills
• Initiative, solutions focused with a strong service/client orientation 
• Ability to show good judgment to balance commerciality with risk management
• Flexibility in style and approach to assist the business to achieve their strategy
• Sensitivity and diplomacy, highest level of integrity and confidentiality
• Ability to gain credibility and trust with all levels of employees including senior management
• Ability to deal with deadlines and time pressure, and maintain attention to detail
Preferred
Supervisory experience
Equal Opportunities 
BNP Paribas promotes equality of opportunity and is committed to ensuring that no individual is discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
As an employee with BNP Paribas London Branch, we want to make sure that you are rewarded for your commitment. As such, you will be entitled to our award winning benefits package which includes a generous holiday allowance of at least 34 days (including bank holidays), a non-contributory pension of 12%, private healthcare, GP service and dental cover all as standard, along with a number of personal insurances such as income protection, life assurance and personal accident insurance. We believe in ensuring all our employees have a positive work life balance so in addition you will also have access to a variety of flexible lifestyle benefits such as cycle to work and green car leasing schemes, season ticket loans and reduced cinema and gym membership to name a few. 
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The role
An exciting opportunity for a Negotiator to join our expanding and successful St Albans team. This opportunity would suit highly motivated individual.
Responsibilities
• Accompany viewings with applicants
• Deal with telephone and email enquiries from applicants and vendors
• Register enquiries and arranging appointments 
• Follow up enquiries
• Negotiating sales
• Generate a targeted number of viewings per week 
• Register new applicants 
• Dealing with sales progression
• Gain market appraisals 
• Keeping records of all activity 
• Sell all company services strongly and ethically to generate new and repeat business
• Demonstrate a successful track record in meeting and exceeding targets
• Develop relationships and work closely with clients through meetings to secure future instructions/business
• Offer a first class level of customer service at all times
Person specification
Key Skill
• Excellent negotiating skills and rapport building skills 
• Possess a composed manner in order to be able to work under pressure
• Good time management and ability to prioritise workloads
• Ability to meet deadlines
• Accuracy and attention to detail
• Excellent telephone manner and client facing skills 
• Excellent communication skills – must be capable of building and maintaining good relationships with team members, other colleagues, clients and agents
• Confident manner with clients and the team
• Flexible approach to work and hours undertaken
• Microsoft Office and Excel to a good level
• An understanding of confidentiality issues and the use of discretion
Person specification
Qualifications:
• Educated to GCSE level or equivalent as a minimum
Experience
• Proficient in the use of Word, Excel & PowerPoint
• Previous administration experience 
• Previous experience of working to deadlines 
We are proud to offer award-winning benefits to support and reward our employees:
  • Heath & Leisure: 25 days annual leave + public holidays (the option of purchasing up to 5 additional days via flex benefits), health screening, gym discounts, wellbeing support, volunteering opportunities, cycle to work scheme, eye care voucher, travel & retail discounts, travel insurance, concierge service, kids pass, open fairways golf card, great company culture and social events (including sports teams, charity events, art pass), perks at work 
  • Financial:  Pension, company car allowance, life assurance at 8 x basic salary, group income protection, long term disability insurance,  interest free season ticket loan, bonus scheme – you will be eligible to participate in the Company’s Bonus Scheme, share incentive plan, financial and mortgage advice 
Strutt and Parker is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, colour, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status.

WHO WE ARE

 

BNP Paribas is a leading bank in Europe with an international reach. It has a presence in 73 countries, with more than 196,000 employees, including around 149,000 in Europe. The Group has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets, International Financial Services (whose retail-banking networks and financial services are covered by Retail Banking & Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking, which serves two client franchises: corporate clients and institutional investors.

 

BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking is a globally recognised leader offering capital markets, securities services, financing, treasury and advisory solutions.

 

THE ROLE

Financial Institutions Coverage (FIC) is a global coverage group specializing in the Financial Institutions sector. FIC aims to build long-term relationships with key clients and gain insight into client strategy and targets to provide original and integrated ideas and solutions.

 

Within FIC, the Institutional Credit Analysis Team (ICAT) is responsible for completing the credit analysis for financial institutions clients and CCP and Market Infrastructure (including due diligence when necessary). In particular, the MI Team ensures that credit analysis and recommendations are provided in due time for Central Clearers, Depositories and Exchanges under our control.

 

The ICAT Team performs credit analysis and provide credit recommendations on their respective perimeter to Credit Committees, Transaction Approval Committees when the credit opinion on a specific counterparty is required, other RISK entities, Business Units or functions in response to general enquiries, Portfolio review committees. 

The role is to assist senior team members in the day to day business activities and contribute to a variety of tasks allowing a general introduction to the business.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Participate in Technical and Business Skills Training
  • Support senior team members with day to day activities
  • Complete specific assignments
  • The work you could be involved in varies depending on the teams you join

 

TECHNICAL SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR THE ROLE

  • Degree from a leading university with an excellent academic record; or equivalent work experience
  • Good understanding of financial markets
  • Curious and eager to learn
  • Confident verbal, written communication and networking skills
  • Proficient with MS Office tools, including Excel
  • Great organisational, multitasking and time management skills
  • Strong analysis and judgement
  • Meticulous accuracy with a keen eye for detail
  • Team player, proactive, independent, enthusiastic self-starter with strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent spoken and written English. Additional languages are an advantage
  • For some roles, programming skills (C++, Python, Java, R or other equivalent) will be needed

Location: London

Start Date: ASAP

Duration: 11 months

The role
An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become a key member of the Rural Land Management and Consultancy team in the Northwest of England. The team undertake the management of Rural Estates and offer a range of professional rural advice. Their technical excellence ensures an impressive client base, and they advise on some of the most prestigious clients in the area. The role will be a blend of Estate Management and professional work.  
Responsibilities
• Acting as principal agent for a selection of key estate management clients 
• Undertaking estate and farming business reviews 
• Handling exciting diversification projects
• Assisting clients with the promotion of strategic land
• Secured lending and other professional valuations
• Managing and leading a high performing team
• Maintaining a strong and prestigious client base 

Key Skills
• Competent and experienced MRICS qualified rural surveyor with experience of delivering work across a range of projects.
• Demonstrate team leadership potential, capable of building relationships with existing and new clients and generating new opportunities.  
• Possess a composed manner in order to be able to work under pressure
• Good time management and ability to prioritise workloads
• Ability to meet deadlines
• Accuracy and attention to detail
• Excellent communication skills – must be capable of building and maintaining good relationships with team members, other colleagues and clients.
• Confident manner with clients and the team
• Have a thorough understanding of confidentiality issues and the use of discretion.
Qualifications:
• Educated to Degree level or equivalent
• RICS qualified 
Experience
• Proficient in the use of Outlook, Word, Excel & PowerPoint
• Strong professional experience of working with rural estates, property, and agriculture
• Has line management experience
We are proud to offer award-winning benefits to support and reward our employees:
  • Heath & Leisure: Private medical cover, 27 days annual leave + public holidays (the option of purchasing up to 5 additional days via flex benefits), health screening, gym discounts, wellbeing support, volunteering opportunities, cycle to work scheme, eye care voucher, travel & retail discounts, travel insurance, concierge service, kids pass, open fairways golf card, great company culture and social events (including sports teams, charity events, art pass), perks at work 
  • Financial:  Pension, company car allowance, life assurance at 8 x basic salary, group income protection, long term disability insurance,  interest free season ticket loan, bonus scheme – you will be eligible to participate in the Company’s Bonus Scheme, share incentive plan, financial and mortgage advice 
Strutt and Parker is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, colour, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status.
The Role
The Valuation Business Line is a key part of the Sheffield office servicing a broad spectrum of clients including corporate owners and occupiers, banks, lenders, investors, institutions and the public sector, across a wide geographical area to include Yorkshire and Humberside, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Lancashire.
We are looking for an experienced valuer from Senior Surveyor to Senior Associate Director level who will contribute to and support the existing team in service delivery and business development, reporting directly to the team leader.
The role will require the successful candidate to undertake a wide range of valuation work across the full spectrum of the commercial and residential property sectors, including development appraisals. It requires a working knowledge of various valuation software packages including Argus Developer and Argus Investor, although training is available.
There is a need for regular contact with other parts of the UK valuation business as the team works within the context of a national service line.  The role is based in Sheffield but given the wider coverage of the team there is the ability to work in Leeds as well.
The successful candidate will be educated to a degree level, will be a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors with good valuation experience and a Registered Valuer.
Responsibilities
• Executing valuation engagements with support from both junior and senior staff from Instruction through to completion
• Managing existing client relationships on a day-to-day basis 
• Preparing standard reports, valuations and submissions and, working with senior guidance on more complex issues
• Building and maintaining relationships with existing and prospective clients 
• Identifying new business opportunities 
• Contributing towards the team’s fee earning target 
• Managing instructions or subsections of major projects
• Enhancing BNP Paribas Real Estate’s reputation through successful delivery
• Evaluating, adapting and improving standards, techniques and procedures
• Advising and guiding graduates and administrative employees 
• Sharing knowledge with and providing information to colleagues and the wider team
• Mentor / line manager responsibilities including coaching, development and appraisals 
Requirements 
• Educated to degree level
• MRICS
• RICS Registered Valuer
• Preferred knowledge of Argus/KEL or other valuation software (training available)
Experience
• Demonstrable record of delivery in the UK Real Estate market within a consultancy or client background, preferably focused on valuation work
• Experience in managing a varied and challenging workload, and people management
• Previous experience of enhancing performance through growth and profitability
• Cementing profile as a business generator 
• Working knowledge of Argus/KEL or other valuation software
• Microsoft package proficient
We are proud to offer award-winning benefits to support and reward our employees:
  • Heath & Leisure: Private medical cover, 25 days annual leave + public holidays (the option of purchasing up to 5 additional days via flex benefits), health screening, gym discounts, wellbeing support, volunteering opportunities, cycle to work scheme, eye care voucher, travel & retail discounts, travel insurance, concierge service, kids pass, open fairways golf card, great company culture and social events (including sports teams, charity events, art pass), perks at work 
  • Financial: Pension, company car allowance, life assurance at 8 x basic salary, group income protection, long term disability insurance,  interest free season ticket loan, bonus scheme – you will be eligible to participate in the Company’s Bonus Scheme, share incentive plan, financial and mortgage advice 
BNP Paribas Real Estate is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, colour, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status.