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Salary£23000 - £26000 per annum
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LocationIpswich
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TermPermanent
An exciting opportunity for an experienced Administrator to join an entrepreneurial, well-capitalised and acquisitive company. Reporting to the Estates Supervisor, this position that has the scope to expand, as the group grows. This role is based within modern offices on the East side of Ipswich, working alongside a medium sized team, who are passionate about what they do. The environment is friendly and welcoming, with a supportive network.

Responsibilities:

• Processing of monthly rent invoices using Sage 200.
• Raising invoices and credit notes as required for legal fees/deposits/fixtures & fittings etc.
• Producing final and ingoing statements for changes of tenancy.
• Opening and closing sales ledger accounts for new and existing tenants.
• Running credit checks for new applicants.
• Liaising with Solicitors, Operations Director and Business Development Managers on new tenancy agreements/renewals etc.
• Ensuring any changes are updated on the Estates databases & files.
• Producing tenancy agreements for un-licensed premises.
• Producing concession & side letters.
• Recording and tracking Premises Licence audits.
• Letter writing and preparing of documentation

Skills & Attributes:

• Methodical approach and highly organised.
• Excellent attention to detail.
• Work accurately under pressure and to deadlines.
• Ability to work on own initiative and to multi-task.
• Good interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate at all levels of the business (written and verbal).
• Ability to react positively and effectively with sudden and unexpected changes in demand.
• Adaptable in a changing environment.
• Accounts experience or understanding.
• IT literacy and knowledge including Word, Excel and Outlook. Experience of using Sage 200 would be an advantage but not essential.

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