Do you have experience of working with UHNWI?
Is delivering unparalleled levels of customer service your super strength?
My client specialises in offering a bespoke Property Management and PA service to global UHNWI, families and their London - based property portfolio.
With stunning offices in West London, you would expect no less from this prestigious brand.
Due to exponential growth, they have a requirement for a Client Services Manager to join their Team.
This is a role like no other, where no two days are the same. It's incredibly varied and will keep you on your toes.
- Property Management - you are responsible for your own portfolio of clients, including preparing and overseeing comprehensive service and maintenance schedules for highly sophisticated high-end properties in Central London; arranging and supervising contractors; bill paying and client account reconciliation.
- Preparing Properties for visits and being on-call when clients are in residence, ensuring that their home is looking its best and facilitating any arrangements they require in London ahead of time. You will be required to meet the clients on arrival and assist accordingly.
- Personal Assistant responsibilities for your own portfolio of clients, including organising private planes, arranging high end private events in central London, comprehensive travel, complex diary management, personal shopping with luxury brands, facilitating ad hoc requests with a fast response time and professional introductions.
- You must have experience of working with UHNWI on a daily basis.
- You must have Super/ Ultra Prime Property Management experience.
- £45 - £75k annual salary.
- Benefits; 25 days annual leave plus public holidays , gym membership, ample opportunity to progress within your role.
- 9am- 6pm Monday - Friday
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