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Careers

The Essence Of Lisney

Our people have a shared ambition and work collectively to ensure we have “excellence at all times” and in everything that we do. We believe our people are our success.

We are all in it together, building lasting relationships, continuously learning, and striving to be the best we can be, for ourselves, for our teams and for our clients.

We are personally invested in you. We want you to be the best you can be by exploring your career progression, working with you on personal development and providing guidance and motivation throughout your career journey.

We believe in a culture where drive and decency come together. We believe we are better together.

And most importantly, we love what we do.

A Pathway To Starting Your Career

Lisney has the most highly respected graduate programme in the Irish property industry, focused on developing your technical, interpersonal, teamwork and organisational skills.

We offer all our graduates all the experience and training necessary to complete their Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), which is required to become a chartered surveyor and full member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Walk In Our Shoes

The graduate programme lasts two to three years, and during this time you’ll get a chance to gain hands-on experience in at least two Lisney departments — and this will help you decide whether you’d prefer the Residential pathway or the Commercial pathway.

You’ll get feedback at every stage, and we won’t put you forward for the APC exams until you’re ready. We’re ready to work with you to hit your career goals.

Join Us In Our Journey

If you are open to new ideas, believe learning is power and believe in building relationships to last, we would like to hear from you.

We believe the secret to ‘loving what you do’ is the to walk in the shoes of others – “Power in the Personal”.

We are hiring

Lisney is looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual with the skills to produce economic and property market research, along with bespoke consultancy advice, while also co-ordinating the department’s WIP

Day to day – what the role looks like:

  • Co-ordinating Lisney’s research department WIP, ensuring it is completed on-time and to the highest possible standards.
  • Ensuring the weekly / monthly / quarterly routine tasks of the department are completed by the team, while also carrying out some of these tasks personally, to include:
    • Monitoring and analysing property and economic data.
    • Liaising with residential and commercial property agency teams to obtain market insight.
    • Producing Lisney’s regular market reports.
    • Producing bespoke consultancy advice reports on a range of property-related topics.
    • Providing input and co-ordinating pitches and tender across sectors.
    • Responding to requests for information from Lisney staff, clients, the media and other parties.

What you will need to apply:

  • Masters or undergraduate degree in one of the following; property, economics, commerce, or similar area.
  • Must have at least three years’ experience.
  • Must show enthusiasm for all aspects of the property market, infrastructure and the built environment.
  • Ability to think and work independently, as well as fit into a team structure, while also guiding more junior members of staff.
  • Experience of achieving targets working within multidisciplinary teams.
  • Excellent writing skills are essential and can be demonstrated in previous work. Particular attention must be given to the correct use of syntax, brand voices and the end reader.
  • Excellent numerical and analytical skills. Experience in analysing data, identifying trends and communicating findings.
  • Excellent attention to detail and strong proof-reading abilities.
  • Must be able to work under pressure and to deadlines.
  • Strong IT skills, particularly in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word. A knowledge of ArcGIS is desirable.

For more information on this position please contact Human Resources (Contact: Karen O’ Reilly) on 01-6382700 or E-mail careers@lisney.com 

We are looking for a reliable and experienced office receptionist/administrator to cover a maternity leave position within our Cork office.

 Day to day – what the role looks like:

  • Receptionist at Lisney, 1 South Mall, Cork
  • Preparation and typing of documents, letters, minutes of meetings and general day to day correspondence to support a busy department (copy typing),
  • Actively assisting/managing correspondence, diaries and actions list for directors and senior staff
  • Managing office and stationery supplies
  • Answering/directing of calls and assisting in ensuring all enquiries are actioned in a timely manner
  • General accounts including invoicing, using in-house e-business system, etc
  • Use of in-house property system – Agency Manager
  • Filing, photocopying and other ad hoc duties as and when required
  • Working closely with customer service regarding brochures, window displays & bulletin specifications and deadlines

What you will need to apply:

  • 2 years’ experience in an administrative role ideally in a property or legal environment
  • Must have experience in an office environment answering busy switchboards and demonstrating excellent customer service skills
  • Must have typing experience
  • Excellent word processing skills using Microsoft Office 2010 including advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Strong, proven organisational skills with the ability to work accurately and effectively under pressure
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to take instruction under a high pressured work environment
  • Highly pro-active with ability to work on your own initiative
  • Excellent communication and administration skills

For more information on this position please contact Human Resources (Contact: Karen O’ Reilly) on 01-6382700 or E-mail careers@lisney.com or apply via the website.

Attention all property graduates! Lisney Ireland's graduate programme is now live and open for applicants.

We have exciting opportunities for #graduates2021 holding a Property related qualification in our Cork office based at 1 South Mall, Cork and in our Dublin office based in St Stephens Green House, Dublin 2.

Check our our graduate video for more information or request our graduate brochure from careers@lisney.com

Our busy Cork office at 1 South Mall is expanding and we are seeking a talented Sales Negotiator to join the team and grow with us. As a Senior Sales Negotiator you will be ambitious, hard-working and target driven.

 Day to day – what the role looks like:

  • Explore the market for new property instructions.
  • Identify and maximize business opportunities.
  • Meet potential vendors and value their properties.
  • Market and Promote properties for sale.
  • Negotiating and agreeing offers on property sales.
  • Represent the parties in negotiations.
  • Monitor the sales process and if needed liaise with third parties if required.
  • Promptly respond to queries via email and telephone
  • Delivery exceptional customer service
  • Building strong relationships with local property owners and investors.
  • Working towards and achieving personal and branch targets
  • Advise and help applicants with their property search.
  • Attend daily zoom meetings,  weekly meetings.
  • Be present at round up meetings in head office.
  • Attend quarterly meetings.

What you will need to apply:

  •  A minimum 5 years’ experience in a similar position.
  • Have strong negotiations and communications skills.
  • Have good knowledge of the local property markets.
  • Enjoy working with the public over the phone and face to face.
  • Be results orientated and driven to succeed with a passion for business development.
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Relevant PSRA licence.

For more information on this position please contact Human Resources (Contact: Karen O’ Reilly) on 01-6382700 or E-mail careers@lisney.com or apply via the website.

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