NHCC Jobs – Valuation Officer

Organization: National
Housing and Construction Company Limited (NHCC)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
Reports to: Head of
Section (Estates & Maintenance)
About NHCC:
Our Client, National Housing
and Construction Company Limited (NHCC) was founded in 1964 and is a Ugandan
construction and real estate management company, partly owned by the Uganda
Government. The Company’s mandate is to increase the housing stock in the
country, rehabilitate the housing industry and encourage Ugandans to own homes
in an organized environment.
Job Summary: The
Valuation Officer will conduct valuation of all company land and property at a
particular time taking into account all the features of the property and
facilitate property audits and surveys.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Survey,
    inspection, valuation, participate and give advice during selection and
    acquisition of sites for property development to ensure value for money.
  • Assembling
    data, comparables and their analysis
  • The
    incumbent will do the determination of rent, rent collection, tenant
    selection.
  • In
    charge of the allocation of tenancies, Advice on relevant legislation,
    Advice on rentals and rent reviews, Advise on Title Deeds, Leases,
    Agreements, etc
  • Determination
    of sales values, selling, leasing.
  • Preparation
    of Valuation Reports and Recommendations
  • Compile
    and regularly update a comprehensive Property Register of Company landed
    assets.
  • Prepare
    Valuation Reports.
  • Review
    Valuation Reports from outsourced Valuers.
  • Provide
    general and professional advice on Valuation and related matters.
  • Provide
    professional advice on Estates Management and Land Management Services.
  • Follow
    up and ensure timely, assessment, payment and receipt of Ground Rent.
  • Follow
    up and ensure timely Property Rates payments to relevant authorities.
  • Performs
    any other duties as may be assigned by management.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The
    Valuation Officer should hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Land Economics, or a
    closely related and relevant discipline, from a recognized University.
  • At
    least five years’ working experience as a Valuer or in a similar position,
    in a large and reputable Construction, or Civil Works Company, or
    reputable Valuation firm.
  • Full
    and valid membership of a nationally, or internationally recognized
    professional Valuation Surveying body, as well as a valid professional
    practicing certificate (or at least Professional Associate), are a must.
  • Proven
    knowledge and skills in application of MS Office Packages such as  Word, Excel and PowerPoint are
    essential.
  • Prior
    experience in working with public, or private sector organizations
    involved in housing-related projects, or programs, shall be an added
    advantage.
  • Proven
    negotiation and communication skills.
  • Highly
    results-oriented.
  • Proven
    presentation and reporting abilities.
  • Excellent
    interpersonal and human relations skills, as well as a team-player.
  • Analytical,
    accuracy and judgmental skills.
  • Coordination
    and networking skills.
  • Good
    IT and computer proficiency skills.
  • Maturity,
    high ethics and integrity.
  • A
    confident, independent, articulate and reliable personality.
  • Possess
    the ability to work under tight deadlines and for long hours. 
How to Apply: 
All interested candidates are
encouraged to send their applications clearly marked “Application for the
position of Valuation Officer and accompanied by detailed Curriculum Vitae,
copies of testimonials & three professional referees should be addressed
to;
The Chief Human Resource
Officer,
Plot 5, 7th Street, Industrial
Area,
P.O. Box 659,
Kampala, Uganda.
Or
Email to:
info@nhcc.co.ug
Deadline: 16th January, 2015 by 4.00p.m (Local time)
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