Senior Administrator

Real Estate | Jersey

Senior Administrator

Senior Administrator

Job title

Real Estate

Real Estate

Business division

Jersey

Jersey

Location

Role summary

Acting as Senior Administrator reporting to a Manager within the Real Estate team you will have responsibility for the provision of administrative support and relationship management to a variety of institutional real estate customers. Working on a variety of different structures comprising SPV’s, JPUTS, GP/LP entities and private unregulated structures for customers investing into all areas of real estate including Office, Retail, Residential, Leisure, Hotels, Logistics and Student Accommodation.

Key responsibilities

The role above will be responsible for the following specific duties:

  • Working closely with your manager and lead director to provide quality and efficient service to the customers of the Real Estate team;
  • Liaising with 3rd parties such as lawyers, auditors, bankers, property and investment managers as required
  • Maintain the errors and breaches, complaints and conflict of interests registers and report to compliance and the directors as appropriate
  • Completion of periodic reviews on an annual basis
  • Assisting with transaction management such as the acquisition/disposal of property and re-financing
  • Providing training/mentoring to junior members of the team
  • Arranging signing of documents
  • Assistance with the co-ordination of meetings
  • Organise, hold and take minutes for meetings
  • Arranging and checking bank payments
  • Drafting of invoices and arranging settlement
  • Reconciliation of payment logs and approvals
  • Preparation and implementation of customer specific procedures
  • Preparation and monitoring of tasks to ensure completion on a timely basis
  • Liaising with the accounts team to ensure customer deadlines are met
  • Be responsible for building customer relationships and act as lead point of contact for all day-to-day queries
  • Liaising with tax advisors to ensure that structures meet tax filing requirements
  • Assisting with the collation of due diligence and customer take on procedures
  • Monitoring of WIP and billing in accordance with fee agreements and ensure collection of debtors on a timely basis


Skills / experience requirements

  • Studying or looking to start studying towards a professional qualification such as ICSA

  • A minimum of 2 years trust or funds experience in a professional environment

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Knowledge of local regulatory environment


Next steps

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