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Senior Property Support Officer


COMMUNITY Senior Property Support Officer Post Number: HT74 Grade: 5 Salary: £18,870 to £20,541 per annum Hours: 37 hours Temporary Contract for 12 months: To be reviewed annually

An exciting opportunity has arisen to work within Property Services assisting the Repairs & Maintenance Team look after Public Buildings and Council House Maintenance.


This role includes a varied range of staff supervison, administration tasks and customer interaction including:


  • Providing leadership for a small but dedicated team

  • Managing the repairs reporting data bases for the Council’s Public buildings & social housing stock

  • Using the Council’s financial management system to process orders

  • Cost analysis of completed works orders

  • Dealing with queries and complaints


The Property Support Team is an integral part of the repairs & maintenance service provided by the Council and this position sits at the heart of the team. Good interpersonal and customer care skills are essential as interactions with colleagues, representatives of external organisations and HBC customers are a frequent occurrence.  


We are looking for someone highly motivated and organised, with a good level of numeracy, literacy and accuracy. Experience of IT systems including data input and the ability to quickly pick up work on a variety of systems is essential; however some training will be given.


Also knowledge of building repairs & maintenance would be an advantage but not essential.


If you would like to discuss this role further please contact Jim Clemans on 01423 500600 ext. 51119.


Closing date for Applications: 17 May 2018

Interviews & Tests to be held on: 30 May 2018       


To apply, please visit

Between £18,870 and £20,541 Per Annum
Closing Date:
17th May 2018

Harrogate Borough Council

Civic Centre
St Luke's Avenue
T: 01423 500600


Hazel Graves
Harrogate Borough Council
PO Box 787
T: 01423 500600

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