Working in Property in Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire extends an invitation to you to support its work with its diverse communities to help shape environments for future generations.

Hertfordshire’s Landscape

Hertfordshire’s landscape includes stunning countryside, large, medium and small urban developments and is host to varied businesses including academic, pharmaceutical, aerospace, film and television.

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Property Work in Hertfordshire

The important work undertaken by our teams in a variety of partner organisations supports the growth of thriving, independent communities as well as to make better use of land and assets owned by public authorities for service delivery and to save money.

The work is varied and includes the ability to influence policy decisions, support the transformation of service delivery, and have the opportunity to be involved in redesigning environments from which people deliver public sector services.

Our property professionals are custodians of the public owned estate – managing and improving it for future generations.

We can offer support in attaining professional qualifications and reaching standards such as RICS and CIOB. Specialising in the built environment, a property career in Hertfordshire can provide the opportunity to help deliver large-scale development projects such as the Hatfield Renewal Partnership’s work in Hatfield town centre, which has been shortlisted for three national awards

We are always looking for talented individuals to join our teams across Hertfordshire.

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Current vacancies

Building Services Apprentice

 
Description: Hertfordshire Constabulary are recruiting for a Building Services apprentice which is a recently created position within the Facilities department created to provide additional support and succession planning within the hard services element of the facilities division reporting in to Technical Facilities Management and working alongside the facilities assistants and senior engineer. This role entails working with both internal colleagues and external service suppliers to ensure the constabulary’s building systems such as heating, cooling and electrical supplies are maintained in an optimal condition and compliant with statutory legislation at all times.
Salary: £24,759 - £31,995 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week
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Business Support Administrator

 
Description: Hertfordshire Constabulary are recruiting for a business support administrator. The post holder will be required to provide a variety of admin support to the estates division of the estates and facilities department, including preparing documents, booking meetings and taking minutes, maintenance of records and databases for constabulary buildings and assisting all members of the estates team to help maintain the smooth running of the department. 
Salary: £20,820 - £25,566 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week
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Apprentice Estates Surveyor

 
Description: Hertfordshire Constabulary are recruiting for this new role within the Estates and Facilities department and located within the estates function reporting into the Estates Surveyor who is in turn line managed by the Head of Estates. This is a development role and supports the Estates Surveyor undertaking a full range of estate management duties including but not restricted to landlord and tenant matters.
Salary: £31,095 - £39,705 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week
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The following organisations have partnered together to highlight the property opportunities currently on offer across the county.
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