LSL Property Services plc

  • Client Administrator – Client Services Telephony Team

    Job ID
    Newcastle upon Tyne
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Job Profile

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    Trading since 1989, we're the UK's largest provider of property risk expertise and residential surveying services. To put it into numbers, we complete more than one property inspection every 12 seconds and employ over 600 surveyors from Land’s End to John O’Groats. This gives us the flexibility to offer nationwide coverage combined with invaluable local knowledge.


    We're part of the LSL Property Services PLC Group, which includes household names Your Move and Reeds Rains, as well as the mortgage network PRIMIS. We work with lenders, intermediaries, social housing entities and estate agents in addition to private customers.


    A Vacancy has arisen for a full time Client Administrator to work within the Client Services department - Kettering.


    The successful candidate will need to be Customer Service driven, and strive to continue to provide our clients with an outstanding service.


    As a Client Administrator within the panel team you will be responsible for ensuring:



    • Client turnaround and targets are met


    • An efficient, effective and professional telephone service is provided to all customers.


    • Cases are monitored to ensure contact is made, and clients are kept informed of progress.


    • Client guidelines and procedures are adhered to.


    • Issues are resolved in a timely manner.


    In addition to the above the successful candidate must be able to display:


    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal


    • The ability to work to deadlines and to remain calm and understanding of the customers needs.


    • The ability to work as a team player


    • An ability to prioritise workloads


    Please send applications to Grace Wright in our Recruitment team - / 01773 767 447

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