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    Strategic Asset Management Lead

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    Optivo is one of the leading housing providers in the UK and a member of the G15 group of London's largest housing associations. They have a diverse property portfolio of over 45,000 homes across London, the South East and the Midlands, giving 90,000 people somewhere affordable to call their own.

    The strategic management of their assets is key for Optivo, and the new role of Asset Management Lead will be pivotal in enabling sound investment decisions. Responsibilities include developing systems to measure and improve asset performance, reduce unit costs and enable the effective and timely disposal of assets.

    Educated to degree level, the successful candidate will have:

    • Extensive knowledge of the social housing sector and of the principles of Active Asset Management
    • The ability to develop analytics for complex databases and provide insight into performance issues and trends
    • A proven track record of developing and maintaining information systems to measure asset performance
    • A high-level understanding of financial reports, including management accounts and business plans

    The role, which will report into the Head of Strategic Asset Management, will have responsibility for managing two Project Managers and a Disposals Officer.

    This is an exciting opportunity to move into a strategic role where you will be encouraged to use your critical thinking and problem-solving skills to influence business critical strategic asset management decisions for a major, forward-thinking housing provider.

    If you would like to be considered, please apply below.

    Remuneration: up to £62,952 per annum
    Duration:
    Location: South East
    Reference: JN -032020-25474_1583486813
    Type: Permanent
    Sector:
    Discipline: Board and Leadership
    Date Added: 06 Mar 2020
    Closing Date: 03 Apr 2020
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