RESIDENTIAL BRANCH MANAGER

Published 20 January 2016

Due to the continued growth and expansion, Arnolds Keys requires a Residential Branch Manager to take on and develop the residential sales business, within the busy North Walsham office.

The successful candidate will have considerable experience of providing thorough market appraisals, with a demonstrable and impressive conversion record. Just as important will be excellent people and team management talent, and good organisational skills. Proven and sustained customer service excellence is a prerequisite, as is impeccable presentation and attention to detail.

Proficient IT skills (in particular MS Office Suite) are also essential.

Applications from those considering a lifestyle move to enjoy the benefits of living and working in one of the UK’s most beautiful counties, will be just as welcome as those already living and working in the area.

Please apply by email, with comprehensive CV and covering letter describing why you would be the right person for the job, to clive.hedges@arnoldskeys.com

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