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  • 15 Oct 2017 8:12 PM | Tiffany L. Jackson, CPM, CAM

    This is a great opportunity for a motivated administrative assistant who wants to learn (or learn more) about the commercial property management industry and grow this role according to his/her strengths, talents, and ambitions. There's plenty of growth potential and opportunity to contribute to the success of the company.

    Job functions will include, but not be limited to the following:

    • Answering phones and directing calls in a professional and friendly manner.
    • General office administration, including documentation and filing.
    • Tracking and dispatching work orders.
    • Forwarding or responding to emails from clients, tenants, insurance companies, vendors, etc.
    • Setting-Up Files (hard copies and on the server) for clients, tenants, and vendors
    • Keeping Minutes from Monthly Board Meetings Updated and Uploaded on the Client’s Cloud Storage
    • Uploading Financial Reports for all Clients to their Cloud Storage
    • Coordinating Food Trucks for Multiple Properties (and collecting Certificates of Insurance)
    • Assisting with Budget Prep Annually
    • Assisting with CAM Reconciliations Annually
    • Running Monthly Rent Edits
    • Updating Accounting Calendar Monthly
    • Updating and Maintaining “Property Notebook” Monthly
    • Birthday and Anniversary Cards to Clients and Tenants
    • Serving as Personal Assistant to CEO as needed
    • Other duties as assigned

    Knowledge / Experience Requirements:

    • Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written. (Proper grammar is a MUST)
    • Must have a willing and positive attitude.
    • Must have strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel and Outlook).
    • Experience using DocuSign, AvidXchange, and MRI (property management software) is preferred, but not required.
    • The ideal candidate will want to constantly learn, improve, and grow with the company.
    • Property management experience would be valued, but is not required.


  • 03 Oct 2017 12:59 PM | Jodi Holstein (Administrator)

    Job Title

    Property Manager

    Reports To

    Vice President of Property Management and/or other Senior Positions

    Scope of Responsibility and Authority

    The Property Manager is charged with the direct supervision of a portfolio of buildings and the support of the Vice President of Property Management’s efforts in the day-to-day implementation of those policies, procedures, and programs that will assure well-managed and well-maintained buildings, placing maximum emphasis on positive response to the concerns and needs of the tenants, environmental health and safety, and quality programs, in coordination and conjunction with the Owner's goals and objectives. The following list is representative of, but not limited to, the responsibilities that are required of this position.

    Action Areas:

     

    Operational Management

    The Property Manager is charged with day-to-day operational management of all aspects of the property to assure maintenance of approved quality standards.  The Property Manager shall also prepare, coordinate and insure that all fire, life safety and other safety programs are established and followed in conjunction with the Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator.

     

    Property Maintenance

    The Property Manager is charged with the supervision of all maintenance programs relating to the interior and exterior conditions and appearance of the properties.

     

    Tenant Relations

    The Property Manager is responsible, at all times, for a positive and prompt response to requests from building tenants and for the implementation of ongoing contract programs to constantly assess tenant needs and to assure problems are being solved promptly and to the mutual benefit of the tenant and the properties.

     

    Contract Services Administration

    The Property Manager is responsible for supporting the Vice President of Property Management in the selection of contract services, vendor negotiation of service agreements and day-to-day monitoring of vendor performance to assure full compliance with standards established within the service agreement.

     

    Planning

    The Property Manager shall be responsible for the development and administration of the Property Operating Plan and Budget for the properties, subject to the approval of the Vice President of Property Management.

     

    Statistical Analysis Reporting

    The Property Manager shall be responsible for the collection, analysis and reporting of such statistical data as may be required to provide accurate and current assessment of property management objectives.

     

    Owner Representation and Accounting Relationships

    The Property Manager is responsible for ongoing communications with the Owner's Representative of the properties and the appropriate Corporate Comptroller.

     

    Financial Management

    The Property Manager is responsible for the day-to-day financial management of the properties and maintenance of all necessary financial records and files and in the management of expenditures, monitoring of budget variances, preparation of monthly reports, and all other financial duties associated with the properties.

     

    Public Relations

    The Property Manager shall maintain a positive image of himself/herself, the property, Wheelhouse Commercial Management, and the client at all times in the community.  The Property Manager shall strive to attend and participate in outside or in-house activities, meetings, organizations, regulatory agencies, etc., to enhance this image, as approved or directed by the Owner's Representative, or the Vice President of Property Management.

     

    Training

    The Property Manager shall participate in continuing education programs and in-house meetings and training sessions, as approved or directed by the Vice President of Property Management. 

     

    Personal Development

    The Property Manager is expected to implement, control and become thoroughly conversant with, and be knowledgeable of (but not limited to), the following aspects of Facility/Property Management:

     

    Tenant Relations:

    -        Contract Service Administration

    -        Remodelling

    -        Engineering and Preventive Maintenance

    -        Energy Management

    -        Accounting and Finance

    -        Budgeting

    -        Business Plan or Property Operating Plan

    -        Activity Reports

    -        Security

    -        Emergency Procedures

    -        Policy Manual and Administration

    -        Partner and Owner Representative Relations

    -        Insurance

    -        Operations Sequences

    -        Personnel Administration

    -        Training

    -        Employee Relations

    -        All Applicable Municipal, State, and Federal Codes and Regulations

     

    Summary

    In the execution of the responsibilities, the Property Manager is held accountable for his/her independent action(s), within the guidelines of the Position Description, Property Operating Plan and Budget, with primary emphasis on visible, hands-on management of the properties.

     

    To facilitate good communication and meet other job requirements, the Property Manager shall be required to respond promptly to emergencies or for other vital communications, except when prior arrangements have been made and approved for vacations or other time off.

     

    The Property Manager may need to make use of their personal vehicle for work-related duties; therefore, he/she shall maintain a current driver’s license in the state of employment and shall maintain appropriate insurance at all times.

     

    The Property Manager will assume any additional duties and responsibilities as delegated by the Vice President of Property Management or other Senior Staff.

     

    Requirements

    Bachelor’s Degree

    5-10 years property management experience

    Microsoft Office proficiency

    Property Management Software proficiency

    Valid driver’s license and personal vehicle



    Send Resume's to Zvi Rudawsky at zrudawsky@boutiqueapartments.com

  • 29 Sep 2017 10:27 AM | Jodi Holstein (Administrator)

    SUMMARY:

    The Assistant Property Manager is responsible for assisting the Property Manager with managing a property (or group

    of properties) and fulfilling the manager’s obligations under the property’s management agreement.

    It is also the responsibility of the Assistant Property Manager I not only to exhibit legendary customer service when communicating with tenants, prospective tenants, owners, and vendors but also to focus on productivity and results.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

    OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Assist with the activities associated with a property or group of properties.

    Lease administration duties.

    Conduct initial collection calls and track follow-up.

    Supervise vendors (landscaping, janitorial, etc.) and maintenance staff.

    Perform regular property inspections and complete inspection report.

    Assist with the development of operating and capital budget.

    Assist in preparation of monthly reports for owners (including variance reports, executive summaries, stacking plans and aging reports).

    Work with the Property Manager to coordinate tenant improvement and capital projects.

    Interface with tenants and vendors in daily operations of the building.

    Represent and communicate clearly and accurately, in person, over the phone, and in writing the authority of the Property Manager based on legal agreements in effect and TW policies.

    Initiate and execute day-to-day operational procedures which include:

    ·        Safety, Risk Management, efficiency and TW quality standards.

    ·        Financial, personnel and administrative duties/functions.

    ·        Management agreement administration.

    ·        Filing hard copy and computer files – keeping them current and in the approved format.

    ·        Contact and interaction with engineers, security, and housekeeping/janitorial.

    ·        Tenant move-ins and move-outs.

    ·        Maintenance programs for property interior and exterior, as well as mechanical systems, build-outs, renovations, tenant move-ins, and move-outs.

    ·        Screen, hire, supervise and train staff as required, which may include: receptionist, administrative associate, assistant property manager II, chief building engineer (and engineering staff), day porters, security guards, etc.

    PROPERTY MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Work to assist the Property Manager in order to initiate, contract, and administer all necessary services to maintain and enhance the value, the operating efficiency, and the physical appearance of the property, including:

    ·        Contract services, including day porter/janitorial, window cleaning, landscape maintenance, security, parking, metal refinishing, etc.

    ·        Building engineer and engineering staff.

    ·        Quality and performance standards for engineering and contractors ensuring compliance with agreements.

    ·        Contracting and monitoring qualified contractors and trades people needed for project or tenant construction and remodeling.

    ·        Maintaining current certificates of insurance for all contractors.

     

    q  Prepare all Service Agreement and Construction Agreement documents (including work authorizations, addendum's, amendments and contract approval forms).

    q  Track and maintain Energy Star benchmarking data so information is current and accurate.

    q  Conduct tenant training meetings to improve building efficiencies.

    MANAGEMENT/OWNER RELATIONS RESPONSIBILITIES:

    q  Professionally represent TW while adhering to the terms and conditions of the management agreement.

    q  Accurately, on a timely basis, communicate with the Property Manager to ensure the owner's needs and requirements are met.

    q  Maintain open and regular communication with the Property Manager.

    TENANT/LEASE ADMINISTRATION RESPONSIBILITIES:

    q  Maintain ongoing tenant contact/relations program to constantly assess needs and help assure the problems are being resolved and are to the satisfaction of the tenants and owners.

    q  Respond positively and promptly to all tenant requests and lease inquiries.

    q  Resolve problems to the mutual benefit of the tenant and the owner.

    q  Implement and monitor tenant needs assessments.

    q  Administer all leases to assure compliance with provisions/agreement.

    q  Determine and execute on timely basis escalations, reconciliations, and rent collections.

    q  Maintain current certificates of insurance for all tenants; ensure coverage complies with lease requirements.

    q  Administer all leases assuring compliance with provisions/agreement.

    FINANCIAL/ACCOUNTING MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES:

    q  Assist the Property Manager in the development/administration of property business plan with capital and operating budgets.

    q  Manage the property within parameters of the budgets and the business plan.

    q  Communicate clearly and on a timely basis with project accounting personnel using and/or providing the appropriate documentation.

    q  Engage in further development of budget preparation, operating expense reconciliation, and monthly ownership reporting (including variance reports, executive summaries, aging reports, etc.)

    q  Manage and coordinate day-to-day financial transactions including:

    q  Accounts receivable which includes posting cash receipts, tenant bill backs, AR status reports, etc.

    q  Accounts payable (taking advantage of all available discounts) which includes coding invoices, posting AP reports, vendor on-boarding, etc.

    q  Collection of all rents, miscellaneous income, and charges.

    q  Accurate and up-to-date maintenance of required financial records and files.

    ANALYSIS, PLANNING, AND REPORTING DUTIES:

    q  Maintain a current assessment of property management procedures through the initiation, administration, and reporting of management's analysis.

    q  Assist the Property Manager in initiation and distribution of timely reports to owners on financial, marketing, and maintenance information.

    q  Personnel Administration/Training.

    q  Coordinate training activities through the Property Manager for self and other staff as required.

    q  Maintain compliance with all TW personnel policies and procedures.


     

    REQUIREMENTS:
    Education:

    A bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Finance, Accounting, or a Human Resource Management related discipline

    RPA designation in progress preferred.

    Possess Real Estate License where required by state law.
    Experience:

    At least 2 years and up to 4 years of commercial property management experience (continuous in one operation), comparable with the property under consideration in terms of office/industrial/retail, ownership, tenant lease arrangements, square footage, etc.

    Technical Skills:

    Must have intermediate to advanced MS Word, Excel and Outlook proficiencies.

    Angus and accounting software such as MRI, Yard or CTI preferred proficiencies.
    Personal Skills:

    Ability to keep information strictly confidential.

    Strong desire to succeed in an entrepreneurial environment.

    Must be able to handle multiple projects, changing priorities and a continually heavy workload. U Exceptional oral and written communication skills.

    Strong customer service orientation.
    Other:

    Communicates by telephone, fax, e-mail, and in-person.

    Uses office and audio-visual equipment (photocopiers, binders, phone system, etc.).

    Uses a computer in conjunction with various software packages the majority of the day.


    Send resumes to Linda Meadows Linda.Meadows@transwestern.com

  • 13 Jul 2017 4:50 PM | Luke Arrington

    Position Title: Commercial Property Manager

    Reports to:  Director, Property & Asset Management

    Department: Property Management                                      Last Updated: 7/2017

    Job Summary

    Deliver great service to our tenant’s to insure a high level of satisfaction and tenant retention by developing relationships with the tenant’s using excellent written and verbal communication skills, good problem solving techniques and follow up.  

                Strategic Functions

    • Tenant Relations


     
    Has excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with commercial tenants to resolve issues and disputes


               
    Responsible for notifying tenants of any maintenance that will be performed that would directly affect them


               
    Works with new tenants on move in procedures providing them with the Tenant Guides and Rules and Regulations in conjunction with their building


               
    Responsible for processing new tenants into the accounting systems


                
    Responsible for collecting rents


               
    Responsible for maintaining records on tenants lease terms and for lease expirations dates and is responsible for communication with tenants regarding expiration of lease terms


               
    Works to make decisions affecting the operation of the property or tenant relations as directed by their lease agreement


                
    Responsible for the management of any sub-lease the owners have entered into including but not limited to generating billings to tenants and working with buildings Property Management to resolve any issues or disputes that may arise

    • Property Management / OBP Responsibilities


               
    Have a though understanding of financial reporting of all the properties and HOA's in their portfolio


               
    Works with Parking Manager to develop next year's budgets


                
    Responsible for receiving Card Key agreements and issuing building access cards to tenants and their employees


                
    Responsible for complying with reporting requirement of any regulatory agencies. i.e., City of Boulder / State of Colorado Water Quality Division, Boulder Fire Department, etc.


               
    Responsible for notifying Building's Owners regarding expenditures which were not budgeted for


               
    Responsible for regularly inspecting the grounds, facilities and equipment to make sure that it is safe and well maintained


               
    Has an understanding of facilities maintenance and the importance of developing and following a regular schedule of preventative maintenance


                
    Responsible for soliciting bids from contactors to make sure we are receiving the
    most competitive proposals for vendor services


                
    Responsible for negotiating contracts for various services including but not limited to janitorial, security, ground keeping, waste removal, fire life and safety systems, HVAC, Building Automation systems and Parking systems


                
    Responsible for monitoring the performance of all vendor services


               
    Responsible for complying with the City of Boulder agreement to hold activities on the Plaza throughout the year

    • Building Development


     
    Works with vendors in developing and door and key schedules for new buildings


               
    Works with developer and vendor in identifying and developing security systems within the building


               
    Responsible for monitoring receipt of warranties and operating manuals for equipment, fixtures and other items relating to initial construction

    Requirements:

    • -          3-7 years property management experience of Class A/B Office Buildings
    • -          Licensed Real Estate Broker, or ability to earn within 1 year of hire

    Other Desired Qualifications:

    • -          Parking Management software experience
    • -          Use of Yardi/MRI or similar accounting and management software
    • -          Familiarity with Downtown Boulder area
    • -          Project Management experience

    Benefits:

    • -          Salary DOE
    • -          No Cost Medical Benefits for Employee and Family
    • -          401k and Profit Sharing
    • -          Monthly Parking Provided
    • -          Company Cell Phone and Service


  • 05 Jul 2017 12:43 PM | Jodi Holstein (Administrator)

    The State Land Board is soliciting qualifications for property management services to exclusively manage the agency’s commercial real estate portfolio.

    The State Land Board is a constitutionally created agency that manages a $4 billion endowment of assets for the intergenerational benefit of Colorado’s K-12 schoolchildren and public institutions.

    Bids due Thursday, August 10th at noon.

    Learn more:
    Colorado.gov/statelandboard/propertyMGMT

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