Housing and property management assistant (level 2)
Primarily responsible for the administrative support in the creation and sustainment of successful tenancies and leaseholds in both social and private housing sectors.
- Qualification level
Equivalent to GCSE.
- Typical duration
- 12 months
- Apprenticeship category
- Sales, marketing and procurement
- Maximum funding
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
- Also known as
- Assistant Property Manager (without portfolio)
- Customer Services Assistant
- estate agent
- Housing Administrator
- Housing Assistant
- Lettings Assistant
- Lettings Negotiator
- Neighbourhood Assistant
- Repairs Assistant
- Resident Involvement Assistant
- Revenues Assistant
Skills an apprentice will learn
- Customer Service: Be able to apply a range of customer service skills in order to provide a professional, accurate, timely, ethical and non-judgemental front line service which meets the needs of a diverse range of customers and stakeholders.
- Respond to vulnerability: Uses appropriate levels of skill and judgment to understand the needs of vulnerable individuals and groups (including those with complex needs) and respond accordingly.
- Communication: Demonstrate effective and appropriate communication skills to enable timely identification and resolution of issues. Be able to signpost customers who need additional support to other colleagues, partner agencies.
- Administration: Be able to apply a range of administrative skills in order to support a range of housing and property related services.
- Information collection and sharing: Understand and be able to use a variety of methods to collect and present information such as resident, neighbourhood and property data in an effective manner. Information and data must be collected, recorded and presented accurately.
- Team work: Work with internal colleagues and external partners to achieve individual, team and business targets. Work with colleagues to identify solutions to problems, appreciate the importance of team working and where they fit within the team.
- Time management: Organise and plan work in a flexible manner to ensure tasks are prioritised and completed within agreed timescales.
- Tools and equipment: Effective use of IT equipment and software, including housing and property management software. The appropriate use of housing and property related work equipment.
- Decision making: Effective decision making in order to ensure work tasks are completed in line with instruction and on time.
Full information on Housing and property management assistant (level 2) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.
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