Location City of London
Discipline: Environmental, Agriculture & Estates, Consultant
Job type: Permanent
Salary: Competitive + Excellent Benefits
Contact name: Katy Davies

Contact email:
Job ref: SPAS236
Published: 6 days ago

​Our clients Land Management team are a lead provider of rural services to an excellent range of innovative and affluent private clients covering the counties of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Buckinghamshire. The office is well placed for easy commuting into central London.

An opportunity has arisen to join this successful team and work with a number of significant estate management clients, getting involved in a range of exciting businesses and planning projects from start to finish, as well as other general rural professional matters including valuation.

The role offers flexibility to have a good balance of being office and home based, and the opportunity to work on some interesting projects to actively optimise their clients’ assets in these prosperous counties. Flexible working is encouraged and the work will be for either retained management or Rural professional work.

About the role:

  • Undertake the primary day-to-day relationship role with Estate Management clients

  • Managing landlord and tenant relationships for agricultural, commercial and residential properties

  • Manage financial matters, provide reporting on budgeting, performance

  • Manage Estate employees

  • Provide concise, practical and reasoned advice to Clients at all times

About you:

  • Experienced in the rural sector from within private practice or resident agent background

  • Experience in project management, planning and development, and RICS Registered Valuer status is an advantage

  • Confident, organised, and professional

  • Able to gain trust with clients and build relationships

  • Commercially astute and hands on

  • Take financial responsibility

  • Excellent networking and selling skills

  • Good presentation skills

  • Excellent people skills

  • Self-motived and resourceful

  • Communicate confidently and clearly.

  • Ability to work as part of a team as well as independent.


  • Professionally qualified MRICS. Will consider newly qualified as well as more senior level, with a proven track record in rural estate management.

  • Excellent research and analytical skills

  • Excellent IT skills including use of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet


  • 27 days annual leave

  • Life assurance at 8 x basic salary

  • Long Term Disability Insurance

  • Interest free season ticket loan

  • Private GP Service

  • Group Income Protection

  • Eye Care Voucher

  • Pension