An exciting and expanding new team sits at the heart of Warwick District Council, developing and delivering on our Asset Management Strategy. This team will focus on making the most effective use of our significant portfolio of assets including land, some 197 commercial, historic and office premises with a value of circa £89m, and our housing stock of 5450 tenanted and 600 leasehold homes. We work with a range of internal clients, from Cultural Services to Housing and Neighbourhood Services and with our housing tenants, leaseholders and commercial occupiers - and, of course, with a range of contractors.


About the team

Hear from Bill Hunt, Deputy Chief Executive of Warwick District Council, on the opportunities available in our Asset Management team.

Our team uses its considerable expertise to find creative and cost effective solutions for the Council’s existing assets, evaluating the need for redevelopment, or renovations. It also delivers the maintenance and upgrading programme of the Council’s housing stock. In addition, it investigates opportunities to acquire new assets which will not only enhance the Council’s extensive portfolio but will support our vision of being a great place to live, work and visit. 

We now want to recruit more high achievers and experts to add to those already in our Asset Management team to ensure the continuing development and implementation of our Asset Management Strategy.  Focusing on delivering the highest levels of service to clients, embracing and managing change, we are adept at using technology and insight to drive efficiencies into the Housing Investment Programme, and we adopt an enterprising approach to initiatives and projects which we manage across the council.

We plan to move in 2020 to new, state of the art premises in the centre of the historic town of Leamington and the team will play a key role in driving asset management within the district.

Our new team presents a range of job opportunities across three areas:

  1. Management
  2. Support
  3. Specialist roles

If you are ready for a major new challenge, helping us to take forward our Asset Management vision, then this may be just the opportunity that you have been looking for.

To apply for any of the roles below, please read the job description and person specification then complete and return the application form at the bottom of this page.

Compliance Administrator

£24,657 to £27,358 per annum

37 hours per week

You will oversee the management and administration of the Council's asbestos contracts, ensuring that correct contractual procedures and practices are followed. You will also provide a point of contact for clients and customers in relation to the Council's Asbestos Register, dealing with queries regarding the presence or removal of asbestos at any of our homes or assets.

Closing date: 7 January 2019

Job description and person specification - Compliance Administrator

Business Transformation Officer (2 posts)

Fixed-term contract for 2 years

£18,672 to £19,819 per annum

37 hours per week

As Business Transformation Officer you will provide a range of administrative support to the Assets Team, to ensure that record keeping and data management systems are efficient and effective and assist the team in the transition from manual, paper-based processes to automated ones.

You will maintain and update existing systems, assisting the Technical Manager and/or Compliance Manager to improve recording systems, identifying potential opportunities for improvement.

  • Closing date: 17 December 2018

Job description and person specification - Business Transformation Officer

Data Co-ordinator

£24,657 to £27,358 per annum

37 hours per week

The Data Co-ordinator is responsible for collating, maintaining, updating and analysing stock condition, property repair and estate management information for all Council assets. Using this data, you will formulate recommendations for improving the efficiency and value for money for the Council's repairs and maintenance contracts. You will also provide data and reports to demonstrate that the Council is complying with all its statutory and regulatory responsibilities.

  • Closing date: 17 December 2018

Job description and person specification - Data Co-ordinator

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