LSL Property Services plc

Business Planner / Commercial Strategy Manager

Position Type
Permanent Full-Time

Job Locations

UK-Northamptonshire-Kettering

Job Profile

Business Planner / Commercial Strategy Manager

 

Trading since 1989, e.surv Chartered Surveyors is the UK's number one residential surveyor and the 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 and Northern Ireland. This gives us the flexibility to offer nationwide coverage combined with invaluable local expertise.

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 our private customers.

 

We work in a fast paced business and BAU is always the priority, but as our industry evolves, we want to maintain our status as a technology leader and continue to push the limits. We see the need to extend our vision beyond the here and now, this future plan requires a particular set of skills, including the ability to articulate our vision to the group board, compile convincing data and determine strategy. We are keen to speak to Business Planners or Commercial Strategy Managers to spearhead our tomorrow.

 

This new colleague will craft annual strategic plans with collaboration across our finance and operations senior teams. They will be instrumental in forecast planning for business cases, using all of our available data to understand the key drivers for achieving our 5 year goals. You’ll be an expert in everything you do, with skills across Data, Finance, Strategy and People. We strive for continuous improvement, and we’d expect the same from you. Whilst this is an autonomous position, you will work closely with Finance and Operations, so your interpersonal skills will be excellent.

Your responsibilities are modest – use everything in your armoury to push e.surv Chartered Surveyors forward, by maintaining a cohesive 3 and 5 year plan.

 

· Define and articulate the 3 year and 5 year plans in partnership with Finance and our Senior Managers

· Main support for the MD and FD on strategic planning: key recommendations, structuring the various inputs from all departments and project coordination.

· Efficiently manage the process and deliverables leading up to quarterly and annual group board presentations.

· Prepare state of the market trend analysis and forecasting across Lender and Consumer workstreams.

· Lead key document preparation for the Managing Director and Head of HR for ad-hoc board catch ups.

· Continually drive strategic analysis.

· Manage and oversee analysis, forecasting and reporting on client acquisition.

· Understand business direction and needs; develop solutions, roadmaps, and assessment of potential business impacts.

· Synthesise performance trends and business performance.

· Maintain in-depth knowledge of market dynamics such as competitor analysis, market share, demographic trends, and growth projections.

· Evaluate new innovative partnership, business growth ideas and act as central point of contact to potential partners and innovators.

· Establish benchmarks and metrics to evaluate progress and measure success.

· Establish and maintain strong relationships with leaders across the business and key partners throughout the group.

Experience:

· Experience of producing 3 and 5 year growth plans.

· Expert in crafting well-designed, concise, and articulated presentations.

· Able to demonstrate strong analytical and visualization skills via presentations and reports, clearly communicating large amounts of information precisely and creatively.

· High threshold for ambiguity and can maintain professional demeanour under pressure

· Problem-solving and strategic planning ability

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