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Job Title
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Property Administrator
 
Job Description Summary

  • Responsible for performing the administrative functions of the Property Management Team assuring a high level of professionalism in Property Management issues, including timely response to and resolution of any tenant requests or concerns.
 
Job Description
  • Provide full administrative support, including phone support, typing reports, filing and distribution of correspondence
  • Schedule and coordinate meetings/special events as requested
  • Assist in lease administration activities including tenant contacts and insurance information; generate reports
  • Prepare and coordinate bid proposals, service contracts and approve invoices. Assist in bidding process and assist property manager(s) in their efforts to ensure compliance with Cushman & Wakefield’s policies and procedures
  • Prepare and code invoices for property manager’s approval
  • Ensure office is stocked with office supplies and other required items to maintain the office
  • Ensure prompt and accurate completion of contract and certificates of insurance information in contract administration software
  • Track and file contracts and insurance certificates; maintain follow-up system for expirations
  • Monitor and maintain the property maintenance work order system and prepare monthly reports for property manager on status of tenant work orders
  • Maintain lease and contract files, as well as other files located within the property management office
  • Promote and foster positive relationships with tenants and owners and track service calls as required
  • Assist with monthly and quarterly management reports as well as annual budget preparation
  • Process management and maintenance staff hours, tenant bill back invoices through accounting, expense reports, monthly meter readings of properties, and check requests for review and approval


Interested candidates, please visit here to apply.

 





Facilities Manager, San Diego, CA
Date posted: April 5, 2017

 
BioMed Realty is looking for an experienced Facilities Manager to be responsible for company assets in the San Diego area.  The successful candidate will collaborate with Property Management, Leasing, Development and third party vendors to ensure the functional capability of buildings and systems and help transition properties from development/construction to operating phase.
 
Requirements
 
BA/BS in engineering, facilities management or related field required. Certification in facilities management a plus.  2-5+ years progressive facilities management preferably in life science and/or laboratory facilities properties including start-up, commissioning of life science laboratory and manufacturing.  Experience managing vivarium or animal facility preferred.  Experience in design and engineering of: HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and other building support systems including fire/life safety systems and security.  Experience with managing 24/7 operations with both union and non-union engineering and maintenance staffs.  Proven experience with sustainability and energy conservation programs in commercial or institutional buildings required, with LEED accreditation desirable.  Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Project, AutoCad and maintenance management systems.  Ability to read and understand building plans and specifications.  Strong customer service focus and ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with regulatory agencies, vendors, contractors, tenants and employees.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Knowledge of financial terms and principles relating to facilities management and experience forecasting and preparing budgets and reports summarizing financial, operating and capital performance data.  Organized, task and detail-oriented and able to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment with multiple deadlines.  Must be flexible to travel on occasion.


Interested applicants, please visit here.



 

Maintenance Assistant
Job Title: Maintenance Assistant
Department: Facilities
Location: San Diego, CA
 
Job Summary

The Maintenance Assistant will fulfill the task of maintaining the facility under the direction of Facility Manager to ensure a well-maintained environment. Services and provides maintenance for the building, equipment and grounds in the areas of Plumbing, Electrical and Mechanical.
 
Job Description

  • Fulfills work order requests as assigned on all aspects of building maintenance
  • Performs predictive maintenance protocol by monitoring and documenting readings
  • “Hands on” troubleshooting skills in HVAC, electrical and plumbing
  • Keeps the assigned areas maintained in accordance with established policies and procedures
  • Keeps all equipment properly maintained, including adjustments, preventative services and inspections as assigned by facilities management system
  • Performs painting duties as assigned
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned
 
Job Requirements
  • Minimum 3 - 5 years’ experience as a Maintenance Assistant
  • Possess the knowledge for safe operation of basic Power and Mechanic Tools
  • Ability to paint in a professional manner
  • Work varied shifts to accommodate business needs
  • Possess interpersonal skills to deal effectively with all people you engage
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • Effective Oral & Written Communication
  • Attendance/Punctuality must be on point
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Pass an extensive background investigation and maintain a high level security clearance
 
Physical Demands
  • The employee is regularly required to, walk for long periods of time, sit, stand, bend, lift, kneel, and crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 60 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and ability to adjust focus
  • Carry/Climb ladders and work physically for long periods of time
 
Job Type: Full-time, includes full benefits package after 90 day probation period
Salary: DOE
Job Location: San Diego
Required education: High school or equivalent
Required experience: Maintenance Assistant for 3 - 5 year
Pre-Employment Screening includes: E-Verify, drug/alcohol screening and pre-placement verification of the information and qualifications provide during the selection process
Job Type: Full-time
Job Location:
  • San Diego, CA 
Required education:
  • High school or equivalent
 
Required license or certification:
  • Valid State Driver’s License

 
Qualified applicants please e-mail resume to Nicole White at nicolew@molaskyco.com

 




PROPERTY MANAGER

Southern California
Location: San Diego, CA

Details
We are seeking a seasoned property manager to manage a prestigious trophy open-air mixed use multiple building portfolio near downtown San Diego. The property manager will be responsible for the management, day-to-day operations of the portfolio including overseeing engineering and administrative staff.  They will also be responsible for client and tenant relations as well as all financial reporting.

  • Responsible for financial management of property to enhance property value
  • Develop annual operating and capital budget
  • Demonstrate a strong understanding of the CAM and budget process
  • Working experience with Yardi and/or MRI
  • Prepare and/or oversee monthly financial reporting on properties
  • Experience with vendor bidding
  • Must be able to work with client representatives and tenants
  • Promote tenant relations
  • Oversees tenant collections and implements legal proceedings when necessary
  • Proven leadership and team building skills

Candidate must have a current California Real License and at least 5 years prior experience managing retail buildings. CSM® or equivalent designation desired. Competitive salary and benefits package is available. Residential experience will not be considered.

To apply, please visit here.

 





CFI- Job Description
Associate Property Manager
Corporate Division

 
Associate Property Manager
CFI is a growing firm located in San Diego with our main office in Sorrento Valley.  We are looking for driven professionals that want to grow with us.  The Associate Property Manager (Associate PM) position is designed with the candidate’s personal/professional advancement in mind.  The Associate PM will be working on a team but should be capable of managing their portfolio of properties in the absence of the Senior Property Manager (Senior PM). 
 
QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum three (3) years in commercial real estate management
  • California Real Estate License (or in process of obtaining)
  • Must be detail-oriented, results-driven and have strong analytical skills with accounting knowledge
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills with a keen attention to detail
  • Proven ability with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Powerpoint)
  • Demonstrate proficiency and understanding of accounting concept (payables and receivables)
  • Yardi accounting system experience preferred
  • Has a strong sense of urgency in solving problems and resolving issues
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain supportive relationships with others
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, team-orientated environment with multiple deadlines, and flexibility in dealing with changing priorities 


Associate PM Duties include: (dependent on type, size and complexity of portfolio)

  • Process and respond to Tenant maintenance requests or general inquiries promptly and efficiently – Our Tenants are the most important people in our business
  • Vendor coordination for property maintenance upon Tenant or PM request
  • Preparing and maintaining paperless filing system of lease documents, abstracts, contracts, tenant correspondence and other property files
  • Processing Tenant move-ins and move-outs, coordinating and ensuring complete documentation for both
  • Provide general administrative support on an as needed basis or by request of Senior PM
  • Assist with tracking and scheduling maintenance items per the annual operating budget
  • Maintain vendor lists for properties and assist Senior PM with coordinating vendors and updating vendor contracts
  • Participate with annual budgeting process, to include re-bid of vendor/service contracts, contacting utility companies, vendors and contractors to compile data for budget input and review process
  • Participate in review of annual CAM reconciliations prepared through Yardi along with Management team
  • Participate in overseeing Building or Tenant Improvements
  • Work with Manager(s) and Leasing team members to ensure that all vacant space is in “market ready” condition
  • Provide backup to for site visits and emergency calls when Senior PM is unavailable
  • Provide back-up support to front office when regular front desk administrative assistant is unavailable 


Competitive compensation
Medical Insurance (eligibility after 2 months)
Paid Time Off
401k Plan (eligibility after 12 months)
Professional Development Resources (we support our people in achieving their goals)
 
Please submit resume and cover letter with salary history to RLee@cfisandiego.com
We are growing and in search of talented, hardworking people like you.
 





Job Title: Senior Commercial Property Manager 
Company/Department: Commercial
Location of Job: Main Office
Direct Supervisor: Portfolio Manager
Exemption Status: Exempt

Strategic Role with Income Portfolio:
Create lifestyle opportunities where residents live well and businesses succeed.
 

The Senior Commercial Property Manager is responsible for the property management of their own portfolio, in addition to providing key support to the commercial team on property management best practices, operations and risk management.  This individual will play a key role in developing and implementing strategies, goals and objectives in the areas of value-driven customer service, expense management, and overall portfolio profitability in the following key areas:

  • Customer relationship management;
  • Asset Preservation and Risk Management
  • Expense management
  • Property Management Best Practices, Systems and Processes 


Key Responsibilty Areas:
 

1. CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
Provide well-maintained, quality properties and anticipate and fulfill customer needs in accordance with company values and culture in order to achieve the portfolio’s business and strategic plan goals.
  • Proactively forecast and respond to customer’s needs with option oriented and  flexible solutions in a courteous, professional and timely manner
  • Identify opportunities to innovate services provided or product offered to meet customer’s needs and keep current with market
  • Lead tenant survey process and analyze year-over year-results, supporting department as a resource to review and analyze tenant feedback Tenant customer satisfaction survey results are at or above department/portfolio goal levels as outlined in the annual strategic plan update and lead to increased customer retention [Ensure prompt, same-day response to customer voice mail and email
  • Collaborate on the creation of department’s newsletter 


2. ASSET POSITIONING, PRESERVATION AND PORTFOLIO APPEARANCE
Manager and implement plans to position assets to be competitive and attract the target customer. Preserve the long-term quality and value of assets in partnership with the Maintenance Team in order to positively shape the reputation of the company in the market and meet shareholders objectives of stability of income and predictability of cash flow.

  • Working with the Portfolio Manager, research trends for target customers asset preference and develop and implement capital investment plans to ensure the assets meet or exceed (in a manner the customer will attach value) the target customers property function requirements. 
  • Establish and implement annual capital plans in accordance with budgeted projects, researched market conditions and identified opportunities for rehab/repositioning of assets to preserve long-term portfolio value and customer loyalty
  • Collaborate with Portfolio Manager to identify opportunities for property improvements that result in increased market rents and improve the portfolio’s value
  • Responsible for developing tenant improvement program to support the needs of the department, the vacant space turn program and respond to changing market and regulatory demands.  


3. RISK MANAGEMENT
Anticipate, identify, and respond pro-actively to risk and ensure compliance with contractual provisions and relevant laws in order to minimize liability of stakeholders.

  • Anticipate, identify and respond proactively to risk according to established Guidelines in order to mitigate and transfer risk to minimize liability
  • Educate, communicate and ensure compliance with contractual provision and relevant laws with tenants and vendors
  • Recognize and respond to tenant violations and send out default notices within established guidelines
  • Conduct property inspections and follow-up on action items.
  • Administer provisions of lease in response to tenant requests
  • Recognize and respond to tenant violations and send out default notices
  • Handle collections promptly, consistently, courteously, and professionally
  • Ensure that all documents (insurance certificates, Hazmat forms, etc.) are provided according to the terms of the lease
  • Support department’s Storm Water Prevention Program training efforts and tracking of Inspections and responses.
  • Support department’s asbestos training needs and required notifications 

 
4. INCOME AND EXPENSE MANAGEMENT
Maximize income and control expenses in order to positively impact NOI and achieve the goals of the long range strategic plan.

  • Average monthly delinquencies as percentage of plan income (establish during business planning time); employee’s performance and contributions positively contribute to the property’s ability to meet the goal
  • Generate and manage annual operating budget and semi-annual re-forecasts for assigned portfolio.
  • Competitively bid and contract for and implement vendor services and lead new vendor due diligence
  • Manage vendors to ensure compliance with contracts
  • Initiate bids and contracts for routine capital expenditures
  • Coordinate the renovations of vacancies according to space turn requirements 


5. COMMERCIAL TEAM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
In collaboration with the Commercial Team Leader and Portfolio Managers, lead the overall property management approach for the team in a way that positively impacts the team’s morale, optimizes efficiencies and results, minimizes risk and achieves department and portfolio goals.

  • Assist team with group bidding and purchasing for unit price contracts
  • Provides support and participates in the professional development and training of less experienced Property Managers
  • Leads management of master agreements for the commercial team
  • Leads “on-call” practices and procedures
  • Provide department guidance and support with regard to: legal proceedings for defaulting tenants, management of bad debt collections within department; water mitigation and building movement issues.
  • Ensures team adheres to all safety guidelines and reports and timely addresses risk and safety hazards
  • Provide backup for other Property Managers
  • Openly share information and keep others up-to-date on portfolio issues, activities
  • Update Commercial Property Management guidelines to ensure best practices are current; train team on guidelines
  • Assist team with identifying innovative approaches to property management, including new vendor options to manage costs 


6. SITUATIONAL SELF LEADERSHIP
Utilizing SSL knowledge and skills, takes personal responsibility for partnering and communicating with Supervisor / Manager to obtain the leadership style needed to develop competence and commitment in key goals, skills and tasks and contribute to overall job effectiveness and satisfaction.
Includes, but not limited to:

  • Establishes and understands key responsibility areas, with agreement from Manager
  • Establishes and obtains agreement on annual goals
  • Conducts regular One-on-One meetings with Manager 


Perform other duties and assignments as required and specified in current policies and procedures manual.
 
 Education, Prior Work Experience, Specialized Skills, and Knowledge

  • Strongly prefer college degree and/or Property Management designation (i.e. RPA/CPM)
  • Must have a minimum of four years of Commercial Property Management experience
  • Must have understanding of lease and contract construction and administration
  • Must have understanding of tenant improvement construction
  • Must have working knowledge of building functions, systems and design
  • Must have good understanding of lease agreements and real estate law
  • Must have basic computer skills


Selection Performance Skills 

  • Coping - Demonstrates an ability to maintain a calm, positive, and focused problem solving attitude when dealing with difficult personalities, interpersonal conflict, hostility, and time demands.
  • Organization and planning - Demonstrates an ability to set priorities, create work plans, coordinate resources, and re-schedule priorities; establishes follow-up systems and feedback mechanisms to monitor projects.
  • Self directed - Demonstrates an ability to work in an independent manner with little direction to accomplish goals; initiates projects.
  • Problem solving - Demonstrates an ability to gather data, analyze options, implement solutions, and follow through on results.
  • Customer service - Demonstrates an ability to probe and respond to customer’s needs in a polite, professional, courteous manner; develops good working relationships by being open, honest, reliable, and consistent.
  • Flexibility - Demonstrates an ability to adapt to a variety of internal and external circumstances; adapts to changing priorities.
  • Leadership - Demonstrates an ability to guide or direct others toward a specific goal or end.
  • Managing multiple priorities - Demonstrates an ability to simultaneously manage a number of different projects to completion; provides service for many people for multiple projects.
  • Teamwork - Demonstrates an ability to build and maintain on-going inter and intra-departmental working relationships; willingly assists other team members; focuses on team goals.
  • Oral and written communication - Demonstrates an ability to clearly, concisely, and accurately present information orally in a positive manner and an ability to clearly, concisely, and accurately present information orally in a positive manner.

To apply, please contact Kaitlin Erickson at kerickson@hgfenton.com or 619.400.0154. 
 


EMPLOYER: Avison Young
POSITION: Property Manager

Duties
  • Monitors tenant activities for compliance with lease terms and applicable security requirements; enforces building operating regulations.
  • Conducts periodic inspections of buildings and associated grounds and preparing a written report; initiates action to correct deficiencies noted during these inspections.
  • Determines specific service contract requirements in assigned functional areas.  Develops scope of work, solicits bids, evaluates proposals, and monitors contractor performance.  Periodically reviews performance specifications and recommends modifications for subsequent contracts.
  • Receives and takes action on all complaints and service requests.
  • Reviews daily security reports and initiates follow-up actions as appropriate.
  • Prepares tenant move in/move out notices.
  • Reviews monthly accounts receivable invoices; reviews monthly reports of overdue accounts and assists in collecting overdue payments from tenants.
  • Assists in developing annual operating budgets; monitors financial expenditures to ensure compliance.
  • Manages a wide variety of special projects associated with renovation and remodelling of tenant spaces. 
  • Assists leasing agents in marketing vacant space.
  • Provides annual performance appraisals for all assigned personnel.

Qualifications
  • Bachelor or Associate Degree with commensurate experience.
  • CPM (desirable); RPA (desirable), Salesperson license (required)
  • Microsoft Office; understanding of accounting principles; oral and written communication; social media.
  • 3 years real estate management

Contact

Qualified candidates may submit their resume to antonina.sanfilippo@avisonyoung.com.





Date posted: February 1, 2017

The Heritage Group is a full-service commercial real estate firm with extensive market knowledge, a loyal staff, deep-rooted industry relationships and real estate strategies that deliver results. Our first priority is to our valued clients and the success of their real estate and business strategies. 

We are currently searching for a self-directed and detail oriented individual to handle day-to-day financial duties using generally accepted accounting principles. 

General Duties Responsibilities: 

  • Accounts Payable / Accounts Receivable
  • Performs necessary month-end journal entries
  • Performs monthly bank reconciliations
  • Assist with the preparation and distribution of annual budgets, audits, property taxes, CAM reconciliations and other reports
  • Process payroll and perform all corporate accounting
  • Ensure that all financial activities comply with federal, state and local regulations and with the company’s policies and procedures
  • Prepare monthly and/or quarterly financial statements
  • Corporate accounting duties
  • Assist and coordinate with outside CPA firms regarding taxes and audits
  • Ability to interface effectively with banking contacts and clients
  • Manages and supervises Accounting staff.
  • Other miscellaneous office duties

Education/Experience/Personal Qualities: 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance Preferred
  • 4+ years Accounting Experience
  • Experience in Property Management Environment a must (Commercial or Residential)
  • Yardi accounting software experience needed (Voyager preferred)
  • Strong oral and written interpersonal and communication skills are a must
  • Ability to maintain positive client, tenant, and team relationships
  • Ability to work independently with sound judgment
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Strong proficiency with MS Office applications
 
Compensation and Benefits: 
  • Salary: Negotiable depending on experience and abilities.
  • 100% Company Paid Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
  • Monthly Parking
  • Paid Vacation/Holidays
  • Floating Holiday, Personal Time
  • Education Assistance
  • Team Building Events

 
Please submit cover letter and resume with specific accounting experience to Rounak Mofty.


Ultimate Staffing Servies are currently seeking 2 Commercial Property Managers that have 3+ years of Commercial Property Management experience for direct hire permanent opportunities in San Diego.  Assistant Property Managers are encouraged to apply!
 
Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and review budgets, business plans, monthly financial reports, and CAM reconciliations 
  • Interact with tenants for optimal customer service, event planning, lease renewals, move-ins and move-outs, and overall lease administration 
  • Interact with vendors to ensure property is being properly maintained, service contracts are current and coincide with property needs, obtain and analyze bids, and overall contract administration 
  • Conduct property inspections and ensure property maintained in Class A condition 
  • Manage accounts payables and invoice processing 
  • Manage accounts receivables, billings, and collections 
  • Supervise collection of insurance certificates 
  • Supervise and train Assistant Managers and support staff 


Job Requirements Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience working in Commercial Property Management, experience with Class A properties is a plus
  • Computer literacy and proficiency in Excel 
  • Ability to communicate and interact with clients in a professional manner 
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision 
  • Strong financial analysis and interpretations skills 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 

For more information or to apply, please e-mail
Jessica Morris, Business Solutions Manager, Ultimate Staffing Services.
 

Subject: Job Opportunity: Department of General Services - Building Maintenance Engineer
Importance: High
 
We are pleased to announce the Building Maintenance Engineer recruitment is now open and accepting applications until 1/13/17 11:59 PM. Please visit the DHR website at
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/sdcounty/default.cfm for details.

COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO invites applications for the position of:
Building Maintenance Engineer-16588411
 
SALARY: $46,072.00 - $55,993.60 Annually
OPENING DATE: 12/02/16
CLOSING DATE: 1/13/17 11:59 PM
JOB SUMMARY: Building Maintenance Engineer

PER COUNTY RULES, THIS POSITION IS ELIGIBLE FOR APPOINTMENT AT STEP 1 - $46,072.00. County employees are subject to the County Promotion Rule for Step Placement in Accordance with Comp Ord. 1.3.5.
 
Building Maintenance Engineers (BME) are allocated to the County of San Diego's Department of General Services and the Department of Health and Human Services. The BME is responsible for independently operating, maintaining, and repairing a variety of building or facility systems. The current vacancy is in the Department of General Services.
 
Ideal Candidate

The successful candidate will possess substantial experience operating, maintaining and repairing building/facility electrical, mechanical, HVAC, or plumbing systems. He or she must be customer service oriented, a team player and have excellent work ethic and communication skills.

The Department of General Services (DGS) is primarily an internal service department within the County of San Diego. DGS ensures that other County departments have the necessary workspace, services and vehicles to accomplish their own business objectives. These services range from real estate leasing and acquisition support to capital improvement and architectural planning; from facility maintenance and repair services to security management; from vehicle acquisition and maintenance to refueling services.


Click here for additional information on the Department of General Services.

The County of San Diego desires a candidate that communicates effectively, is a Knowledge Worker, is customer focused, values and respects others, drives to excel, demonstrates teamwork and collaboration, values continuous learning, demonstrates ethical behavior and is supportive of change.
 
Education/Experience:

  • Three (3) years work experience operating, maintaining, or repairing building/facility electrical, mechanical, HVAC or plumbing systems, OR,
  • Two (2) years of experience operating, maintaining, or repairing building/facility electrical, mechanical, HVAC or plumbing systems; AND completion of two (2) semesters of coursework at a college, vocational school, Regional Occupational Program or equivalent program in either electrical, plumbing, or HVAC.


Note: Additional related coursework or certification may substitute for up to two (2) years of the required experience on a year-for-year basis. The certificate(s) or coursework must be equivalent to completion of a semester(s) coursework at an accredited U.S. college, vocational school, Regional Occupational Program, or equivalent program. Two (2) full time semesters equal one (1) year of full time experience.


Click here to review a complete job description, knowledge, skills, abilities, and working conditions.

Evaluation Process:

Qualified applicants will be placed on a 3 month employment list based on scores received during the evaluation of information contained in their employment application. Please ensure all information is complete and accurate as the responses you provide on the supplemental application questionnaire will be reviewed using an automated evaluation system. If you are successful in the initial screening process your application will be reviewed individually to confirm that the information you provided is accurate and qualifying.

At the department level, candidates will participate in a performance test which will assess competencies in the following areas: Electrical, HVAC and Plumbing. Candidates must successfully pass all three components of the performance test to advance in the selection process.

Our employees must have a reputation for honesty and trustworthiness. Prior to appointment candidates must successfully complete a background investigation. Misdemeanor and/or felony convictions may be disqualifying depending on type, number, severity and recency.
  
This is your opportunity to make a difference and contribute to a highly recognized and award winning department. Individuals who possess these highly desired skills are encouraged to apply.
 
Note: Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with qualified disabilities to perform essential functions of the job, on a-case-by-case basis.
 
Under California Government Code Sections 3100 - 3109, public employees are designated as disaster service workers. The term "public employees" includes all persons employed by the state or any county, city, state agency, or public district. Disaster service workers are required to participate in such disaster service activities as may be assigned to them by their employer or by law.

 




CFI- Job Description

Associate Property Manager
Corporate Division
 
Associate Property Manager
CFI is a growing firm located in San Diego with our main office in Sorrento Valley.  We are looking for driven professionals that want to grow with us.  The Associate Property Manager (Associate PM) position is designed with the candidate’s personal/professional advancement in mind.  The Associate PM will be working on a team but should be capable of managing their portfolio of properties in the absence of the Senior Property Manager (Senior PM). 
 
QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum three (3) years in commercial real estate management
  • California Real Estate License (or in process of obtaining)
  • Must be detail-oriented, results-driven and have strong analytical skills with accounting knowledge
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills with a keen attention to detail
  • Proven ability with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Powerpoint)
  • Demonstrate proficiency and understanding of accounting concept (payables and receivables)
  • Yardi accounting system experience preferred
  • Has a strong sense of urgency in solving problems and resolving issues
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain supportive relationships with others
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, team-orientated environment with multiple deadlines, and flexibility in dealing with changing priorities
 
Associate PM Duties include: (dependent on type, size and complexity of portfolio)
  • Process and respond to Tenant maintenance requests or general inquiries promptly and efficiently – Our Tenants are the most important people in our business
  • Vendor coordination for property maintenance upon Tenant or PM request
  • Preparing and maintaining paperless filing system of lease documents, abstracts, contracts, tenant correspondence and other property files
  • Processing Tenant move-ins and move-outs, coordinating and ensuring complete documentation for both
  • Provide general administrative support on an as needed basis or by request of Senior PM
  • Assist with tracking and scheduling maintenance items per the annual operating budget
  • Maintain vendor lists for properties and assist Senior PM with coordinating vendors and updating vendor contracts
  • Participate with annual budgeting process, to include re-bid of vendor/service contracts, contacting utility companies, vendors and contractors to compile data for budget input and review process
  • Participate in review of annual CAM reconciliations prepared through Yardi along with Management team
  • Participate in overseeing Building or Tenant Improvements
  • Work with Manager(s) and Leasing team members to ensure that all vacant space is in “market ready” condition
  • Provide backup to for site visits and emergency calls when Senior PM is unavailable
  • Provide back-up support to front office when regular front desk administrative assistant is unavailable

 
Competitive compensation
Medical Insurance (eligibility after 2 months)
Paid Time Off
401k Plan (eligibility after 12 months)
Professional Development Resources (we support our people in achieving their goals)
 
Please submit resume and cover letter with salary history to
RLee@cfisandiego.com
We are growing and in search of talented, hardworking people like you.

 


OVERNIGHT ENGINEER II WANTED
 

Responsible for hotel functionality in regards to lighting, plumbing, temperature comfort, and appearance. Keep all hotel equipment in good repair with minimum down time by providing overnight maintenance. Have the ability to explain to guest how to properly operate or use hotel equipment.


  • Perform trouble shooting with little assistance from supervisor or management.
  • Have complete knowledge on how to solve any guestroom problem without assistance from any other engineer. 
  • Perform preventive maintenance on all hotel equipment with brief explanation or training.
  • Perform routine repairs on all hotel equipment including small appliances, kitchen equipment, laundry equipment, boilers, plumbing, HVAC and life safety.
  • Have the ability to do basic power drops in meeting rooms.
  • Be able to re-key meeting rooms and solve lock problems in guestrooms.
  • Have the ability to install electrical, plumbing, pneumatic and mechanical parts into existing systems or upgrade with minor assistance.
  • Be able to secure any energy source to all hotel equipment to prevent injury or asset damage.
  • General working knowledge of electricity, steam, refrigeration, pneumatics and HVAC.
  • Understand and follow all job SOP like Lockout / Tag-out, MSDS, and general safety.
  • Have a general understanding of hotel life safety systems (Fire panel, Emergency Generator, Transfer Switch, Fire Pumps, Sprinkler System).
  • Take equipment reading, meter readings, and material requisitions in a legible and orderly manner.

Competitive pay and great benefits! 401k matching, free meals and parking!!

Send your resume to
dawn.myers@gaslampmarriott.com