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The Ray White group in New Zealand is considered to be one of the leaders in the property industry; currently transacting $4.7 billion worth of property sales per annum through 131 franchise offices. In addition to this we manage over 14,700 properties and are involved with our financial division branded under the Loan Market, who facilitate over $1.2 billion in annual lending through a broker team of 35. We also provide investment, commercial and rural services into the market place.
The position of the Business Performance Manager will be primarily to service the needs and requirements of our South Island group members; which involves a focus on recruitment and the development of assigned offices in our network. The position has three key elements being that of relationship management, business management and administration tasks. In the area of relationship management you will be involved in the development of strategies for recruitment; conduct regular analysis of assigned Ray White offices; establish a mentor relationship with our Elite sales members, respond to the needs of our network owners while assisting in the changeover, sale and growth of our agency business. In the business management area conduct regular assessments and implement growth plans for our principals in agency and Elite sales members; have an understanding of our company’s technology and intranet systems. The day-to-day tasks – expand for more
Christine is well known through the Ray White Group after many years as one of the top international sales members. Together with her many sales awards, Christine was acknowledged in 2002 by receiving the pinnacle award of the company in New Zealand, being the Chief Executive’s Cup.
Christine in re-joining Mountfort Estate Agents takes up a role as the Business Development and Growth Manager of the company. Bob Mountfort said he was thrilled to have Christine back. “It is like a homecoming and she will add to our growth plans throughout the region. Our group services the Eastern Beaches through our offices at Howick, Bucklands Beach, Half Moon Bay, Botany Town Centre, Dannemora and Pakuranga. Christine will enable our growth to continue through her extensive contacts.”
In accepting the position, Christine said that it is a great honour to return to the Ray White Group and in particular, the Eastern Beaches network with Neil Baker and Bob Mountfort. “I have watched the Group continue to grow, exploring new marketplaces and the relocation to new premises in Howick. My role to assist in growth through recruitment and development is what I really enjoy doing and this is a win for all of us involved.”
Carey Smith, New Zealand Chief Executive for Ray White, made comment that Christine’s return was of particular interest to our group. “Christine received my award in 2002 for her outstanding contribution to our group. It is great to have her back as her passion for the industry, for learning and development still remains at the highest level.”
The Mountfort Group have over 100 salespeople, with a large property management business and they also fully integrate with the Eastern Beaches Loan Market team. If you are seeking a career in real estate or any advice on your property needs, please contact Christine Fowler on 0274 930 529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ray White is a market leading real estate agency business who provides services to the community through its 132 branches throughout New Zealand. Ray White, as a company, is continuing to grow with the attraction of new offices to our group. As part of our growth strategy we are looking for a recruitment and database assistant to join our corporate offices based in Auckland.
This position is essentially working with the management team to undertake various forms of communication for the recruitment of new business to Ray White. It would involve compiling a database from industry sources targeting specific areas; communicating through written and verbal channels to existing members within the industry; maintain, regulate and update a working database; appointments for face-to-face meetings through telephone communication; developing systems and reports which track workflow; bring together opportunity packs to be sent out to potential prospects.
This position would suit a person who is competent with their communication, has the ability to use a degree of initiative and has a geographical understanding of areas throughout New Zealand. We would be flexible on hours as the position initially will be approximately 20 to 30 hours per week and potentially grow into a full time role. You will be working in an environment with other team members and it is expected that the role will integrate from time-to-time with other workflows within the business.
If you wish to apply for this position please forward your CV to Stephanie Watson – email@example.com for other enquires 09 377 5069.
Applications close February 2, 2010.