Estates Compliance Officer

16 August 2022
£26,350 / year

Job Description

About the employer:

East Midlands RFCA is responsible for managing and maintaining the Army Reserves and Cadet premises across the East Midlands and contributes to wider Ministry of Defence (MoD) outputs.  We play a leading role in strengthening the environment for the Armed Forces through building relationships with local communities and employers. We help deliver the MoD’s youth support programme through the MoD sponsored Cadet Forces, providing opportunities for young people to reach their fullest potential, irrespective of background. We are also responsible for engaging with Reservists’ employers, supporting Reservists and Cadets, and assisting with recruitment of Army Cadet Force Adult Volunteers.

About the role:

Applications are invited for the post of Estates Compliance Officer.  This is a full time post and is located in the Association Headquarters, Army Reserve Centre, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2GG; the successful candidate will be expected to reside within daily travelling distance of Nottingham.  This is a Crown Servant Grade D post.

As the Estates Compliance Officer you will be responsible for ensuring that all Statutory and Mandatory Inspections required for all buildings across over 150 sites are carried out on time, that all reports are recorded on the bespoke MIS system and that all faults identified are rectified in a timely manner within budget. 

The appointment calls for:

  1. High standard of  administration skills
  2. Strong communication, numeric and inter-personal skills.
  3. Excellent IT skills, particularly Microsoft Excel and Word; and practical experience of managing and operating a database; in particular the ability to produce and extract reports.
  4. Previous experience of managing statutory and mandatory Inspections
  5. A self-starter, highly organised, and an efficient team player.
  6. Ability to function effectively without close supervision.

Employee benefits:

This position attracts a current salary of £26,350 per annum.  Benefits include a Career Average Revalued Earnings (CARE) pension scheme (with the option for Additional Voluntary Contributions), annual leave of 25 days plus public holidays (incrementally rising to 30 days after 5 years of service), and free on-site parking.

Additional information:

The appointment is for a probationary period of six months in the first instance.

A copy of the Job Description for this position can be viewed on the Associations’ website:

How to apply:

If you feel that you are the ideal candidate and could bring experience to the role, send a current CV and a covering letter stating why you may be suitable by email to: Mrs Davinder Rai (Head of Finance and HR)

The closing date for applications by a current CV and covering letter is Friday 1st July 2022 with interviews scheduled for week commencing 11th June 2022