Lettings Coordinator

Salary - £24k - £25k
Location - London
Type - Perm
Discipline - Office Support

Organisation - Social Enterprise
Agency Contact - Millie Clark
Reference - J19888

Lettings Co-ordinator
Salary: £24,000
South London
Full time, Permanent

My client is an individual charity with a creative vision to transform derelict and undesired areas into a sought after community neighbourhood. This inclusive charity wants to make our city the most beautiful place to live for us all, no matter what our occupation, social status, area of residence. They build some iconic buildings, landmarks, homes, shops, community centres, parks, childcare facilities and so much more.

The Lettings Co-ordinator will play an important role within the commercial team by providing lettings and administrative support to ensure all properties are let to varied high quality commercial tenants generating income alongside providing spaces that will enhance and engage with users and visitors. The role will support the Head of Commercial in other lettings across the Charity estate as well as provide administrative support where required to ensure that the commercial team remain high performing.


 Proactively investigate and research potential tenants and ensure these sources are made aware of opportunities.
 Develop and implement a marketing plan to attract high quality tenants to commercial properties.
 Ensure that all details of potential commercial tenants, sales contact and clients are entered correctly and immediately on to the database and kept updated.
 Carry out site visits, respond to lettings enquiries, set up interviews and analyse applications from potential commercial tenants.
 Lead on liaison with the commercial tenants particularly during initial negotiations, whilst setting up on site and throughout their occupation.
 Act as the primary contact for the commercial tenants ensuring positive relationships are maintained at all times, organising and attending regular tenant representative meetings and tenant social events.
 Maintain an up to date register of all commercial legal documentation across the estate. Liaise with tenants to schedule lease meetings and update all associated agreements and new agreements in accordance with deadlines. Ensure internal teams and external authorities are updated following any tenant movement across the estate.
 Manage the sales invoice and finance systems including raising appropriate paperwork and returning deposits.
 Provide full support to the Head of Commercial to provide an efficient and effective working environment.


 Experience working in a busy diverse sales environment
 Experience developing and maintaining client relationships.
 Experience delivering customer service to a high standard.
 Experience working with databases and administration systems.
 Knowledge of contracts, leases and other legal administration.
 A personal commitment to and enthusiasm for Coin Street’s ethos and mission.
 Excellent attention to detail.
 Computer literate including use of Microsoft Office packages, databases and event booking systems.
 Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and sustain positive relationships.
 Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
 Excellent time management and planning skills.
 Ability to manage own workload and meet multiple deadlines.
 Flexible approach and commitment to achieving results.
 Confident personality with a proactive approach.

If you feel this role would be suitable for yourself, please APPLY NOW and for further enquiries please contact Amelia Clark on millie@charitypeople.co.uk

Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.

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Millie Clark

Millie Clark

Senior Consultant

+44 (0) 20 7939 7444