The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Cognatum: October 2016
Cognatum Estates, a not-for-profit company, is responsible for the management of 60 exclusive, private estates across England and we are looking to recruit joint resident managers, for our estate Flacca Court in Tattenhall, Cheshire. Flacca Court comprises fourteen, elegant two- and three-bedroom houses, with conservatories or sunrooms, and six spacious two-bedroom apartments with balconies or sunrooms.
You will be responsible for the day-to-day estate management and to be on hand to assist residents with advice or in emergencies. This is a demanding job and requires a sympathetic and genial personality, but just as essential is the need to be well organised, practical and calm in a crisis. Experience in building and grounds maintenance will be beneficial.
You will also be responsible for all the maintenance of the grounds, including care of lawns and shrubs, and small building maintenance tasks. It is important to be competent with minor repairs, and have a keen interest and set high standards in improving the appearance of the gardens.
If you would like the opportunity to work in a highly rewarding environment and can rise to the challenge that managing a retirement estate demands, we would like to hear from you.
Closing Date for Applications: 7 October 2016
For an application pack:
t: 01491 821 150
Cognatum Estates Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer
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