When looking to hire an estate manager it’s important to understand exactly what they’ll be responsible for. An estate manager is generally responsible for the running of one or multiple estates. This can include overseeing the land, grounds, house and, on occasion, the management of domestic staff.
You’ll want to find an estate manager who can work with the owner to strategise and execute a management plan for the property and grounds. An estate manager should manage ground staff, contractors, ensure the house is maintained and that all practical equipment is running smoothly.
Many estate managers live on site and can be the first point of contact for staff and contractors across everyday operations and potential emergencies.
If you’re looking to hire an estate manager, our expert private recruitment team can help. Dedicated to finding high-calibre candidates for your household or family office, each of our private consultants has extensive experience in this area. In fact, our private consultants each come from private household or family office experience themselves. Our discreet service includes the screening, skills testing and reference checking of candidates; we are also happy to sign non-disclosure agreements if required.
Our pool of estate managers reflects professionals from a variety of backgrounds and expertise, with a range of skills and set of experiences. Along with their professional credentials, we consider our candidates’ core values as part of the matching process to ensure a long-term fit.
If you’re looking to find an estate manager, we can assist with sourcing experienced candidates around the UK and internationally. Our Tiger private team specialises exclusively in Private staff recruitment in the UK, working with UHNW/HNW households and family offices.
Get in touch by calling +44 207 917 1803 or email our private team. Once one of our consultants has received your enquiry, they’ll organise a meeting to go through your requirements and estate manager hiring requirements.
We always welcome referrals and often use our wider network to ensure our candidates possess the experience essential to becoming a valued members of your staff.Estate Manager Job Description Template
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What does an estate manager do?
An estate manager oversees the running of an estate. They are responsible for a wide range of tasks, including coordinating property maintenance, budgeting, and overseeing other household staff members. Estate managers will work directly with the owner or landlord to execute a management plan of the property, keeping them informed about property performance and financial information.
An estate manager must have a strong ability to multitask, communicate effectively, and manage complex situations. They are often invaluable in supporting the smooth operation and success of the properties they manage.
How much does an estate manager earn in UK?
Depending on the experience of the estate manager and the responsibilities the role, an estate manager can earn between £60,000 – £85,000 per year in the UK.
If you’re looking for an estate manager position, check out our private domestic jobs and apply for any that take your interest. Alternatively you can submit your CV and details with us. If we receive any job applications which fit your skillset, one of our consultants will reach out to you.Submit Your Details