Here at Bradley Hall, we support local economy, business, and communities with a full-service approach to residential and commercial property.

Our vision is to work hand-in-hand with key organisations and people to support the ever-evolving built environment of the North, making it a consistently better place to live, work and socialise.

According to our team, Bradley Hall is an environment that is motivational, supportive, inclusive, progressive, rewarding and varied.

If you are interested in starting your career at Bradley Hall and joining our team, please view our current vacancies below and apply directly to the contact specified. If none of these roles sound like the right fit for you, please feel free to send a general enquiry with your CV and a covering letter to Paul Czerepok at

Office Manager/Executive Assistant to the Directors

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Company Overview: Bradley Hall was established in 1988 and has expanded rapidly since its new leadership was introduced in 2015.

We are a professional and established company which is consistently evolving and adapting to the ever-changing market.

A dynamic, youthful and modern brand which doesn’t shy away from a challenging market completed by a competitive edge.

We support local economy, business and communities with a full-service approach to residential and commercial property.

Our vision is to work hand-in-hand with key organisations and people to support the ever-evolving built environment of the North, making it a consistently better place to live, work and socialise. While also supporting home buyers and sellers in moving on or into their dream homes.

We play team game and support other departments and offices in reaching their goals through good communication;

Our services include:

  • Commercial Agency
  • Land Development and new homes
  • Valuation and lease advisory
  • Property Management
  • Building surveying
  • Estate Agency
  • Mortgages

And are supported by

  • Finance and accounts
  • Marketing and communications
  • Operations and HR

Job Description: We are seeking a skilled and experienced Office Manager to join our team and oversee the efficient operations of our office in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth running of day-to-day administrative tasks while contributing to the overall success of our property business.

The successful candidate will be prepared to ‘muck in’, support the team and work closely with the group CEO and group Directors.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Office Administration: Support all administrative functions within the office, including but not limited to answering phones, responding to emails, coordinating mail distribution, and maintaining office supplies, telephone lines, IT and internal communications.
  2. Human Resources Support: Assist with HR-related activities, including recruitment, employee onboarding, maintaining personnel records, ensuring appraisals are kept up to date, coordinating any talent development including formal and informal training and qualifications, benefits, staff incentives
  3. Event Coordination: Plan and coordinate company events, meetings, and conferences, including scheduling, logistics, and catering arrangements.
  4. Data Management: Maintaining an organised filing systems for both physical and digital documents, ensuring easy retrieval and confidentiality as necessary.
  5. Compliance and Regulations: Stay up-to-date with relevant industry regulations and compliance requirements, ensuring the office operates in accordance with legal standards.
  6. Customer Service: Provide excellent customer service to clients, tenants, and visitors, addressing inquiries and resolving issues in a timely and professional manner.
  7. Board Support and Special Projects: Provide administrative support to the board of directors on a day-to-day basis, including scheduling meetings, preparing agendas, taking minutes, and following up on action items. Assist in the coordination and execution of special projects and initiatives as directed by senior management or the board, contributing to the overall strategic objectives of the business.

This addition emphasizes the role's involvement in supporting the board and participating in strategic projects, further highlighting the Office Manager's importance in the broader organizational framework.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Proven experience in office management or a similar administrative role, preferably within the property or real estate sector.
  • Strong organisational and multitasking abilities, with excellent attention to detail.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and other relevant software applications.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact effectively with colleagues, clients, and vendors.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.
  • Familiarity with relevant laws and regulations governing property management is desirable.
  • A proactive and problem-solving attitude, with a commitment to delivering high-quality results.
  • A supportive approach towards the team, kind and caring with a high level of emotional intelligence and problem solving.
  • Commercially aware with an interest in supporting a fast-growing business across the North

We base our work culture around core behaviours which include being;

Motivated – results driven, focussed supported by and delivering a strong leadership style to colleagues and team members

Approachable – friendly, cooperative, customer focussed

Knowledgeable – experts in your field, educated and up-to-date

Passionate – competitive, driven and dedicated

We celebrate those who put in the hard yards, those who are resilient and problem solvers.

We appreciate those who are passionate and dedicated and those who want to progress and evolve.

We promote exceptional team members who go above and beyond for the business.

This role will come with a £28,000 - £34,000 salary, depending on experience and benefits package, along with opportunities for professional development and advancement within our growing organization. If you are a motivated and organized individual with a passion for business and supporting people, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity to join our team in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Package and benefits include;

  • Salary of £28,000 - £34,000 depending on experience
  • Up to 28 days holiday per year
  • Talent Development Progranme
  • Bonus and commission opportunities
  • Referrals and additional earning opportunities
  • Funded training, further and higher education
  • Mentoring from experienced professionals
  • Team building, events, away days
  • Discounted fees from Bradley Hall services
  • £1,000 refer a friend bonus
  • Professional fees paid

Please send your CV and cover letter to Neil Hart at to be considered for this role.

Residential Lettings & Property Manager

We are recruiting for a full time Residential Lettings & Property Manager.

The successful candidate will deliver against key performance indicators relating to day-to-day lettings and property management. The role will include the letting and management of a residential based portfolio, acquiring and setting up new business. 

The role will include dealing with landlords and tenants daily both over the telephone, written communication and face to face to assist carrying out the following duties:

  • Arrange property repairs and maintenance by liaising with contractors.
  • Liaise and communicate between landlords and tenants.
  • Carry out administrative activities regarding all aspects of lettings and tenancy, including produce check-in and check-out and inventory reports, inspections, rent collection, tenant deposit registration, renewal and handle deposit returns at the end of tenancy.
  • Coordinate with contractors and relevant organizations professionally for all aspects of property management related issues including legislative certification. 
  • Attend letting take on appointments and have good knowledge of the letting market, providing reasoned advice and recommendations to clients. 
  • Provide letting and management appraisals to clients gaining new business. 
  • Add value to the office, be able to cross sell insurance and relevant rental products and the company by driving the business and adapt cost saving approaches.
  • Be an effective team player, sharing information for the benefit of both the company and the individual.
  • The role will be based at our Newcastle Head Office, but you should be prepared to travel to appointments across the North East. 

Full UK driving licence and own car required. 

The candidate for this position should already be working/have worked in an Estate Agency environment and have 2 years+ experience and will be keen to progress their career forward.

A competitive basic salary between £25,000 - £27,000 per annum, plus uncapped commission based on target performance. 

To arrange an interview or for further information about this Property Manager role please email

Part-time Administrator

We are looking to appoint an administrator to work within our Gosforth office to assist in the Valuation team.

Your role would include: -

  • Receiving and directing incoming telephone calls in an efficient and friendly manner
  • Arrange survey inspections for commercial and residential properties
  • Preparing documents for files which will include downloading relevant information from numerous websites
  • Organising Surveyors diaries in a timely and efficient manner
  • Typing valuation reports to a high standard
  • Updating clients on progress through to completion of the report and distributing post valuation queries to the relevant Surveyors
  • Any other duties which from time to time are reasonably required by the firm.


The ideal candidate will have a calm and friendly manner, be able to multi-task, have an attention to detail and have an ability to work well under pressure and to tight timescales. Good computer skills, particularly in Microsoft Word are essential.

You will need a good general standard of education - typically 5 G.C.S.E or equivalent passes at A* - C or 5+, sound keyboard skills and a working knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Training will be provided but work experience in a similar type of role is preferred.

To find out more about this position, or to apply for the role please contact Lisa Hall, Senior Valuation Administrator, on 0191 284 2255 or

Graduate Commercial Surveyor

We are looking to expand our commercial team in Northumberland with the recruitment of a Graduate Commercial Surveyor.

The position will initially be focused on supporting the team with their established valuations offering, however, the successful candidate will also work alongside the Director of our Alnwick branch and take an active role in developing our commercial services across the region.


  • Have a RICS accredited degree
  • Understanding of property valuations
  • Be able to work efficiently independently and as a team to meet deadlines
  • Be highly motivated and driven to succeed
  • Have a strong command of the English language and be able to write valuation reports to a high level of accuracy
  • Be highly proficient in Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word


  • Support our established valuations team in carrying out high quality valuations and inspections across the region
  • Support our Northumberland team on other aspects of commercial property including sales and lettings as well as landlord and tenant.
  • Support business development across General Commercial Property Practice
  • Develop professional contacts
  • Keep up to date with the commercial property market in the region and nationally
  • Where required, support our residential team in busy periods

The role is full time and the salary is competitive and negotiable dependant on experience. A bonus scheme is also provided. The role will be based in our Alnwick office, and you will require a driving licence to travel to appointments.

To find out more about this position, or to apply for the role please contact Angus Todd, Director - Alnwick on 01665 605 605 or email

Graduate Surveyor


Valuation and Professional Services based in our Head Office in Newcastle city centre. Will involve assisting with on-site inspections throughout the North-East region. Normal working hours of 9am – 5.30pm on Monday-Thursday, and 9am – 5pm on Friday.

Job Overview

The role will involve working under the direction of the Head of Valuation and Professional Services and other senior valuers to assist with the production of RICS Red Book Valuations as well as providing assistance to aid Lease Renewal and Rent Review negotiations.

The successful candidate will be entered onto the APC programme and will receive guidance throughout this process.


Competitive, depending upon the successful candidate’s attributes.

Responsibilities and Duties

Assisting surveyors on property inspections and in the preparation of valuation reports.

Obtaining and inserting key due diligence into valuation reports.

Summarising leases, obtaining comparable evidence, writing description of buildings, locations and confirming site areas with the use of online tools.

To measure properties in accordance with the current RICS Code of Measuring Practice and in time to be able to analyse rents and capital values against such.

Following a period of training, to be adept at valuing a range of properties within the retail, office, industrial and residential sectors and to understand what factors have a direct impact on valuation.

To have an understanding of the RICS Code of Measuring Practice, the International Property Measurement Standards (IPMS) and the RICS Valuation Global Standards. The successful candidate should have a keen interest in keeping abreast of changes and publications from the RICS that relate to valuation.

Required Qualifications and Attributes

  • University Graduate level of minimum 2:1 Degree in Estate Management or similar.
  • Whilst not essential, ideally the successful candidate will have completed a one year placement within the industry as part of their degree.
  • Competent using all Microsoft Office packages (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
  • Must have strong interpersonal skills – should be equally adept working along or within a team.
  • To be able to manage workload effectively and to be able to prioritise tasks.
  • Must enjoy and be adept at report writing.
  • An attention to detail is required as are strong analytical skills.
  • To be self-motivated and to have a desire to forge a successful career in the property sector.

To apply for the role please contact Carl O’Brien, Head of Valuation & Lease Advisory

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