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Repairs Scheduler- Social Housing/Maintenance (Temp to Perm)

Location: London

North London, UK

Repairs Scheduler- Social Housing/Maintenance (Temp to Perm)

One of our social housing clients are looking for a Repairs Scheduler to join their team based in North London on a temporary to permanent basis.

This role is working with a small team within the repairs and maintenance team in the social housing sector and ensuring the delivery of excellent customer service to Tenants at all times. You will ideally have a knowledge of the sector, including a knowledge of trades such as plumbing, plastering, carpentry and electrical works.

Duties and Responsibilities

* Ensuring the smooth running of operatives diaries to attend repairs/maintenance works based on priority work load. This will be on our clients in house database. * Ensuring tenants are kept up to date on works being carried out and informed of appointments accurately. * Administration and data entry. * Call handling. * Utilising all aspects of Outlook and maintaining records on our clients in house data base- Excel may also be included. * Running reports on open jobs, closed jobs and follow up jobs for operatives. You will be trained on the clients internal system but will ideally have an understanding of repairs/maintenance CRM systems.

Please note this role will be dealing with direct Maintenance Operatives, Tenants and Sub-Contractors. You will ideally have worked within a similar planning/scheduling role.

You will ideally be fully computer literate and be able to work within set time frames against set deadlines. Repairs and maintenance experience is highly advantageous alongside planning/scheduling experience.

This is an excellent opportunity to work your way up the ranks within a well established company!

This role is temporary to permanent offering up to 40 hours per week on an end salary of up to £22K- £25K PA DOE (£12 GBP per hour Umbrella PAYE or LTD)

Our client would ideally like someone in place by end of April 2019.

If you are interested in this role and would like to apply, please email Emma a copy of your CV and project portfolio to . Alternatively, if you would like to know more on this opportunity, please call me on 0207 065 7289

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