Full Time Assistant Land Agent – Scotland REF 1018

Position Available
Posted on
May 3, 2022
Location
Scotland
Job Type
Full-time / Live out / Permanent
Role
Assistant Land Agent / Farm & Equestrian / Estate Manager / Office / Professional & Other

Full Time Assistant Land Agent required by leading specialists in Grouse Moor Recovery and Sporting Estate Management based in Perth, Scotland.

We are looking for a reliable, well presented person who has excellent communication skills and is confident liaising with a variety of people . The ideal person will be easy to get a long with and be a good team player. Someone who is proactive, forward thinking with a good work ethic. Excellent IT skills essential. Car driver with own transport also a requirement.

The Position:

The Assistant Land Agent will be dealing with day to day management of rural property managed on behalf of clients to include:

  • Residential property management of in hand and let Estate Property
  • Management of in hand and let agricultural property and enterprises
  • Management of Employees and Estate staff
  • Financial reporting to include budgets, cash flow monitoring, dealing with purchases and sales and general approval of accounts/invoicing
  • Estate maintenance and management
  • Health and safety compliance
  • Compliance with statutory property management requirements
  • Management of Estate insurance schedules and cover
  • Management and client reporting of various property interests/projects

Basis Requirement

  • Graduate or APC student. Would also consider RICS qualified ( although not a pre requisite
  • Ideally a degree in rural land management/property management /agriculture or similar
  • Practical experience of rural land management ,agriculture, property management and related rural issues
  • Understanding of the wider rural economy and how that interacts with the day to day management of rural property
  • Knowledge of English and Scottish residential and agricultural tenancies and related law
  • Knowledge of English and Scottish rural subsidy and grant schemes
  • Knowledge of Employment Law
  • An understanding of statutory designations, how they affect the management of rural property in England and Scotland
  • An understanding and interest in sporting management of rural property
  • An understanding of general farming practise/agriculture(upland and lowland)

A industry led salary will be offered to the successful person who can provide fully checkable references.

Tel Jackie 07979501997