Meet Shelly Black - Property Administrator

Meet Shelly Black - Property Administrator

Property Administrator Shelly joined the team earlier this month, bringing with her four years’ experience in the property industry.

Since starting her role Shelly has been enjoying getting involved at the start of Cullen Property’s busy student season by helping the team prepare for university student accommodation fairs, dealing with incoming property enquiries and attending property viewings.

When asked what she has enjoyed most since starting her role as Property Administrator, Shelly says: “I am thoroughly enjoying how busy the office is. Also, Cullen Property’s approach to professional and self-improvement is very supportive and I’m already being offered guidance and encouragement towards future qualifications which will be beneficial in my role.”

Outside of work you can usually find Shelly spending time with her family, which usually involves competing with her three older sisters - from winning at a game of monopoly to making sure she has the highest amount of steps on her Fitbit!”

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