Rental Administrator, Paarl, Joubert & Associates

Published 2022-08-01
Expires 2022-09-01
ID #1109669976
Rental Administrator, Paarl, Joubert & Associates
South Africa, Western Cape, Paarl,
Published August 1, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Rental administrator

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The company has an exciting opportunity for an individual to take responsibility for the administrative component of the operations. This individual will have to be a problem-solver who is client-focused and has a vibrant personality.

Main responsibilities:
Manage rental income on behalf of the landlords
Take responsibility for credit control
Continuously liaise with landlords and tenants in terms of maintenance, emergencies etc.
Drawing legal and binding agreements, surety documents and all other relevant documentation
Manage the activities of rental agents
Apply knowledge of legalities governing the rental industry when and where needed
Registered Fidelity Fund Certificate
Approximately 5 years’ experience within the property industry
Above average computer skills (MS Office)
Strong administrative skills
Accurate, detail orientated and thorough
Exceptional planning and organisational skills
Good interpersonal and communication skills (English & Afrikaans)
A market-related remuneration package, in accordance with qualifications and experience, will be agreed upon with the successful candidate.

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    Joubert & Associates
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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    Paarl (; Afrikaans: [ˈpɑːrl̩]; derived from Parel, meaning "pearl" in Dutch) is a city with 112,045 inhabitants in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is the fourth-oldest city and European settlement in the Republic of South Africa (after Cape Town, Stellenbosch and Simon's Town) and the largest town in the Cape Winelands. Due to the growth of the Mbekweni township, it is now a de facto urban unit with Wellington. It is situated about 60 kilometres (37 mi) northeast of Cape Town in the Western Cape Province and is renowned for its haunting scenic beauty and deep viticulture and fruit-growing heritage. Paarl is the seat of the Drakenstein Local Municipality; although not part of the Cape Town metropolitan area, it falls within its economic catchment. Paarl is unusual among South African place-names, in being pronounced differently in English than in Afrikaans; likewise unusual about the town's name is Afrikaners customary attachment to it, saying not in Paarl, but rather in die Paarl, or in die Pêrel (literally, "in the Paarl"). Paarl gained international attention when, on 11 February 1990, Nelson Mandela walked, with live international Television coverage, out of Victor Verster Correctional Centre (now known as Drakenstein Correctional Centre) in Paarl ending his 27 years of imprisonment, and beginning a course to South Africa's post-apartheid era and, notably, to multi-racial elections. Mandela spent three years in prison here living in a private house within the walls. Today, a bronze statue of Mandela stands outside the prison. Paarl hosted a match from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003. The headquarters of Ceres Fruit Juices is located in the city, although its namesake and source of much of the fruit, Ceres Valley, lies around one hour's drive to the northeast. The district is particularly well known for its Pearl Mountain or "Paarl Rock". This huge granite rock consists of three rounded outcrops and has been compared in majesty to Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) in Australia. (However, they are not geologically similar. Paarl Rock consists of intrusive igneous rock, while Uluru is composed of arkose and is a sedimentary remnant.)

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