Building Manager

  • United Kingdom
  • London
  • £50.000 - £59.999
  • Job Reference: 14645

We are currently aiding a leading managing agent in the recruitment of a Building Manager to oversee a brand new and highly prestigious commercial asset in Central London, with a world-renowned tenant.

This is a brand-new role in the organisation and we are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic building management professional to help mobilise and manage the asset.  

The company has a proven track-record of successfully managing commercial, retail and industrial properties and have established themselves as a market leader. We are looking for an individual with experience overseeing contractors and liaising with tenants who have high expectations. 


Central London


  • You will be responsible for providing a first-class facilities management service to both client and occupiers.
  • As the Building Manager, you will oversee the total facilities management of the properties, including all hard and soft contractors.
  • You will ensure that aspects of health & safety are adhered to minimising the risk to the client and the business.
  • Responsible for building relationships with key stakeholders for the tenant on site.
  • Working with the mobilisation team to help mobilise the building.


  • Strong background working in a customer facing, building management roles.
  • TFM for a multi-tenanted commercial buildings.
  • I.T literate (word, excel, etc.)
  • Positive attitude and ability to build relationships.
  • Service charge budget experience preferred.
  • Positive approach to customer services and the sense of community in a building.


  • The successful individual will gain experience overseeing an iconic asset with one major tenant, who they will work closely with.
  • Training, support and development opportunities.
  • Competitive salary and package.
  • Excellent commuting links.
  • Growing business that is internationally recognised.


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