Senior Portfolio Manager, Property Management

San Diego, CA

A reputable commercial real estate services firm is looking for a Senior Portfolio Manager to join their team and provide high-level operation and financial support to the team’s diverse commercial real estate portfolio. The Senior Portfolio Manager will interface with and oversee
Real Estate Managers (Property Managers) and Assistants and review budgets and monthly reports. They will perform client relationship management and provide real estate knowledge, in additional to negotiating lease renewals, overseeing construction management and contract scopes.

Job Description

  • Responsible for successful management and operation of the portfolio
  • Insure smooth transition for all new management contracts
  • Assist in pricing and pitching of new management accounts
  • Oversee amendments to management contracts
  • Responsible for knowing, understanding and implementing the terms and requirements
    of each management contract (and the underlying job cost) under their supervision
  • Oversight of day-to-day operations, vendors and maintenance of assigned portfolio of
  • Lease renewal negotiations and documentation preparation
  • Client communication as required to ensure high satisfaction level
  • Build and maintain client relationships, including sales presentations and client
    relationship manager roles
  • Review and approve hourly time allocations for team and ensure portfolio meets budget
  • Ensure team members are functioning efficiently and performing duties as required.
    Address performance issues (good or bad) in a timely manner.
  • Provide guidance, mentoring and training to team members
  • Meet quarterly with Principal(s) to present portfolio achievements and future goals
  • Oversee contracted vendors and property staff to ensure they are meeting the terms of
    the contract and scope of work on behalf of the client
  • Proactively conduct periodic property inspections and carry out all appropriate actions,
    including but not limited to, taking necessary steps to ensure all spaces such as vacancies
    and common areas are tour ready
  • Work with Project Manager on oversight of property and tenant construction projects.
    Ensure contracted projects adherence to building rules, regulations, and specifications.
    Oversee all Capital and Major Repair projects. In the absence of Project Manager, will be
    required to oversee the capital projects and tenant construction.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with tenant and vendor contacts.
  • Develop written communications to tenants for lease compliance and rent collection. Be
    familiar with all pertinent property information for assigned buildings including leases,
    management agreements, associations, and listing agreements.
  • Make recommendations to Principal(s)/VP Operations regarding property issues.
  • Review of annual operating and capital budgets as prepared by Real Estate Managers in
    accordance to the budget guidelines. Work with clients for final approval.
  • Review and approve tenant operating expense estimates and reconciliations as
    prepared by Real Estate Manager and Accounting. Work with clients for final approval.
  • Ensure portfolio’s budget and projects are met and property goals are obtained. Ensure
    all projects are completed on time and within budget.
  • Review of required financial reports, including accruals, reclasses, management
    narrative, budget variance and other reports as prepared by Real Estate Manager and
    Accounting and as required for client
  • Review and approve invoices daily to allow for efficient weekly check runs for each
  • Weekly updates of the commission sheet
  • Ensure all rent and miscellaneous charges are collected timely
  • Review major delinquencies, participate in resolution, if necessary, and communication
    regarding such to client
  • Ensure maintenance requests are completed to the tenant’s (or client’s) satisfaction
  • Ensure customer moves are coordinated by management team
  • Ensure team’s deadlines are met, i.e. budget, reporting, CAM etc.
  • Oversee tenant insurance compliance and assists when necessary
  • Respond to property after hour calls and emergencies, 24 hours per day, 7 days per
    week. If unavailable to respond, make prior arrangements to have calls responded by
    another team member.
  • Bill all SP/CMF/LC for properties


  • 10+years real estate management experience
  • California Real Estate License (salesperson or Broker) in good standing
  • College degree preferred
  • Project Management experience a plus
  • RPA and/or CPM designation or coursework and candidacy preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to supervise 1 or more employees
  • A problem-solving mindset and ability to troubleshoot
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills

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Upskilling: What Is It and How It Can Help You

Upskilling is the process of adding new competencies to an existing skill set. Employers may upskill staff through corporate training programs in order to gain a more proficient workforce. Workers may upskill themselves via continuing education, certification, and private training.

How To Upskill

Upskilling builds on your current proficiencies through training, education, or on-the-job learning. Unlike reskilling, which involves learning an entirely new skill set, upskilling adds to the knowledge you already possess.

Major employers including Walmart, Verizon, and Marriott make heavy investments in upskilling and reskilling programs. Many employer-sponsored programs focus on hard skills like coding, cloud computing, and digital marketing. But soft skills are also in demand—Verizon’s Skill Forward program focuses on communication and teamwork, as well as technical skills. In a ZipRecruiter survey, 93% of employers said that soft skills play a critical role in their hiring decisions.

You can also upskill yourself on your own, taking continuing education classes, participating in internships, or completing a certification. Upskilling can help you become better at your job, earn a promotion, or adapt to new challenges in your industry. It can also help you future-proof your career!

Rapidly evolving industries mean that even workers who stay in their current jobs will need to add to their skill sets in order to stay current.

Upskilling Example

Let’s say that you’re a software developer. You have a bachelor’s degree in computer and information technology and several years of experience designing and developing software to suit users’ needs.

You like your job, which allows you to use your creativity and problem-solving skills to help design new solutions to challenging issues. But your ultimate career goal is to become a chief technology officer, which may require you to earn an MBA and gain experience as a computer and information systems manager.

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Project Engineer

San Diego, CA

A reputable San Diego based general contractor that specializes in all areas of commercial tenant improvements including; corporate office environments, life science facilities and building re-imaging is looking for Project Engineers and Senior Project Engineers to assist with multiple projects. The Project Engineer is responsible for supporting the Project Manager in the day-to-day scope, schedule, budget, cost, and risk management for their projects.  They are also responsible for controlling the flow of documents for projects.  They work closely with all members of the project team.

Job Description

Project Operations – Responsible for creating and managing committing documents and change orders, and supporting the Project Manager in managing all aspects of commercial construction projects


  • Lead and manage the drafting and processing of owner and subcontractor contracts
  • Assure owner and subcontractor insurance is in compliance with contracts
  • Support the Project Manager in reviewing and processing Pre-Bid RFIs
  • Support the Project Manager in buying out trades after the project is awarded


  • Support the Project Manager in tracking and revising the master project schedule, as needed
  • Support the Superintendents in communicating with subcontractors regarding schedule expectations 


  • Create and update Job Cost Reports
  • Support the Project Manager in cost estimating, budgeting and forecasting
  • Support the Project Manager in preparing and presenting cost / budget information to the Customer / Owner

Change Management

  • Lead and manage the drafting and processing of owner and subcontractor change orders
  • Support the Project Manager in obtaining pricing information for scope changes


  • Attend project meetings, create agendas and take minutes, as requested
  • Support the Superintendents in their punch list and quality control efforts, as requested

Document Control – Responsible for managing the document control for assigned projects

  • Contract Documents:  Manage the distribution of plan changes to all effected trades
  • Submittals & Procurement:  Manage the scheduling, solicitation, review, tracking and distribution of submittals and shop drawings
  • RFIs:  Support the Project Manager in reviewing and drafting requests for information and maintain the RFI log
  • Close-out:  Lead the compilation of closeout packages and processing of close-out documents

Team Coordination – Responsible for contributing to the success of the project by supporting the Project Manager and Superintendents – play an important role in accomplishing company objectives  

  • Assist Project Managers and Superintendents in implementation of policies and execution of projects
  • Identify and implement process improvements
  • Support company initiatives
  • Support other team members and contribute to an overall positive employee experience


  • A four-year college degree, or equivalent experience is preferred (construction management, engineering, or related field)
  • Must have a minimum two (2) years of commercial construction experience in a project engineering or management capacity
  • Ability to prepare detailed instructions to bidders, trade specific clarifications and comprehensive bid packages
  • Experience writing and negotiation subcontracts
  • Experience analyzing subcontractor/vendor quotes for fairness and accuracy
  • Ability to identify and resolved complex issues
  • Experience reviewing subcontractor/vendor shop drawings, product data, samples, manuals, etc. for all compliance with contract documents and coordination with all other items of work
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite, PM Software, and Scheduling software
  • A strong work ethic and a “can-do” attitude

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Construction Manager

San Diego, CA

A respected real estate investor/manager is looking is looking for a Construction Manager to join their team and be involved in the day-to-day management of commercial construction projects. This role involves managing project teams, coordinating with contractors and consultants, and liaising with internal and external stakeholders. The Construction Manager plays a crucial role in ensuring successful on time and on budget project execution from planning, through construction, to assist the VP of Property Management and the Sr. Property Manager in overseeing and coordinating all property management, A/P, A/R, maintenance and construction activities for the company’s southern California portfolio of retail, industrial and office properties, as well as providing executive and clerical support on an as needed basis.

Job Description

  • Per the requirements of the Real Estate Manager, prepare a design and construction budget capturing all hard and soft costs.
  • Review requirements, vet, and select Design and Engineering team.
  • Manage the development of and review plans and specifications for functionality, economy, and value to both the user and owner/landlord.
  • Monitor the development of the construction documents to ensure the final design conforms to the approved construction budget.
  • Assist in procuring building permits.
  • Provide at least three pre-qualified Contractors to provide bid proposals.
  • Prepare and distribute the following documentation to the bidders: invitation to bid; instructions to bidders, bid form, drawings and specifications.
  • Coordinate and schedule a pre-bid meeting at the project site.
  • Prepare a bid summary sheet to evaluate bid proposals.
  • Evaluate and level bid proposals and make a Contractor recommendation to the real estate team.
  • Notify the unsuccessful bidders of the decision.
  • Prepare construction contracts and check for proper insurance requirements.
  • Schedule pre-job start meeting with successful Contractor at the job site.
  •  Have Contractor submit subcontractor list with address, phone and state license number of each sub trade.
  • Have Contractor prepare job schedule before job starts and inform of long lead time items that might impact schedule.
  • Review all the Contractor’s submissions including shop drawings, product data, samples, etc. and transmit the submission that are recommended for approval to the real estate team and design professional.
  • Visit job site periodically to observe the progress and quality of the work and determine if the work is being performed in accordance with the contract documents and contracted schedule and budget.
  • Provide any and all requested communication, including construction progress documentation and reporting, to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Review all change orders requests and obtain appropriate approvals.
  • Review General Contractor payment package to include: Application and Certificate for Payment; Continuation Sheet; Unconditional and/or Conditional waivers and release upon progress and or final payments.
  • Schedule punch list walk-through upon completion of job with Contractor and Design professional.
  • Review Close-Out Package to include: complete set of as-built architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, etc. drawings; building permit and signed off inspection card; subcontractor list; Contractor and subcontractor warranty/guarantee letters. Operating manuals.
  • File all documents electronically per current CM department filing standards.


  • College degree in construction management, engineering, or a related field (equivalent relevant experience may be accepted) is required.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience, as determined by Firm, in construction industry.
  • Understanding of Planning, Architecture, and Construction.
  • Broad understanding of building codes.
  • Supervisory skills.
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Computer skills necessary to perform duties specific to construction department.
  • Strong leadership and communication skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize tasks effectively.

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Land Planning and Entitlements APM, Development

San Diego, CA

HG Fenton, a private commercial real estate firm specializing in the acquisition, development and management of office, industrial, and residential communities throughout San Diego County is looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join their planning and entitlements team.  The company has a deep pipeline and are long-term investors, so they are passionate about the design and the product. In partnership with the Land Planning and Entitlements Manager, the Assistant Project Manager will contribute to the successful implementation of development projects according to scope, schedule and budget, to support the achievement of Company growth objectives.

This role independently leads the execution of day-to-day project logistics in a way that supports the team’s ability to be more efficient and effective. This includes contract preparation and management, budgeting and paying invoices (in partnership with accounting), preparing and updating schedules, tracking and timely communicating key deadlines and milestones to the team, proactively collaborating with project teams consisting of both internal and external participants, and partnering with the Department Administrator/Executive Assistant to ensure that project documents are maintained in a clear and accessible filing structure. The Assistant Project Manager will also lead other tasks and duties as needed to take a development project from vision through implementation and will also be available to support and lead initiatives having to do with the organization, infrastructure, and communication of the Development Department.



Provides proactive support for real estate projects contributing to the timely and cost-effective completion of projects and achievement of the company’s strategic and business plan goals. Responsibilities may include:

  • Collaborates with Manager and outside consultants as needed to create and regularly update milestone schedules, budgets, and project scopes appropriate to the phase of development of each project.
  • Partners with Manager to review consultant proposals, review scope for completeness and alignment with project objectives and needs, consulting precedents when needed for comparison of both scope and budget. Provides recommendations for negotiation of final scope, and takes lead to finalize the consulting agreements.
  • Anticipate and respond to project inquiries and needs to ensure continuous project momentum and eliminate bottlenecks, leading to the timely completion of key tasks by internal Managers and external consultants and contractors.
  • With an understanding of business plan goals and project schedules, independently prioritizes tasks related to multiple projects all while staying in close communication with Managers, contractors, and consultants.
  • Collaborates with key cross-departmental and external stakeholders to ensure completion of tasks and proactively informs Development Team of the status of completion. Maintains summary of key project milestones and outstanding issues across projects.
  • Leads the Development Administrator/Executive Assistant to schedule meetings when needed to coordinate project items and ensure necessary materials and agendas are provided in advance.
  • Serves as internal and external liaison with other departments, consultants, vendors, or contractors to contribute to the effective flow of communication and lead projects to successful completion consistent with the projects’ identified objectives and customer experience.
  • Leads permitting logistics for all project approvals, maintains an understanding of processes and procedures within project jurisdictions and actively tracks permits through the approval process; timely notifies others when processes do not track schedule expectations; Leads the development of responses to comments among internal and external team members.
  • Coordinates with Accounting Department to ensure timeliness and accuracy of budget reports, partners with development team to ensure that budgets are kept up to date on a regular cadence, including an accurate cost to complete, necessary budget  adjustments, etc.
  • Partners with Managers to track project support, stakeholder concerns, and work as a liaison with community and supporters as necessary to encourage project support and public hearings  support the successful approval of projects by elected/appointed officials.
  • Leads defined project outcomes as requested by Managers, including securing approval/cooperation from third-party approvers and stakeholders (e.g., post office, utility providers, etc.).Analyze zoning of site, context, infrastructure and development potential, and identify required zoning/regulatory changes. Understand local and state incentive programs for affordable housing and options for ministerial development, work with Development Analyst to assess the different possible scenarios and opportunities. Partner to develop the community outreach strategy for each entitlement project, including the approving agency engagement strategy. In addition, collaborate to affect policy and regulatory efforts necessary to preserve and enhance asset value.


Leads the Development Team in achieving efficient and effective communication, with easily

accessible resources to document project status (scope, schedule, budget) and outstanding action items, for both internal and external team members.

  • Responsible for leading proactive maintenance and organization of all documents and files (electronic and paper) and facilitates training for team members in file management and communication tools. Oversees the Development Administrator/Executive Assistant in executing regular audits and cleanup of files.
  • Leads file management and communication cadence with external design consultants, ensuring current project plans and working documents are easily accessible, with the assistance of the Development Administrator/Executive Assistant.


Leads the administration of contracts, change orders, certificates of insurance and related

contractual documentation for development, commercial and residential building development to ensure timely execution of contracts and contribute to the ability to complete a successful

development project on time and within budget.

  • Oversees the Development Administrator/Executive Assistant to ensure all vendors have current certificates of insurance and are aware of pending expirations.
  • Leads the Development Administrator/Executive Assistant to prepare contracts, amendments, proposals and other contractual documents related to Land Development/Planning, Commercial and Residential Building Development; submits to responsible project manager for review.
  • Leads the Development Administrator/Executive Assistant to prepare master and standard agreements, professional service agreements, exhibits, scopes of work, and project authorizations to ensure accuracy related to legal entities, contractual terms, support documentation, etc.
  • Leads coordination with Legal Department and Development Administrator/Executive Assistant, as necessary, to support the development and execution of contracts that require significant deviation from standard forms, or complex negotiations (i.e., Architect Agreements, General Contractor Agreements).
  • Prepares and generates accurate contract summaries based on consultant/contractor(s) proposal or scope of work, including exhibits and other attachments, to provide clarity and summation of contractual agreement for project team.
  • Responsible for reviewing project invoices for validity/accuracy in conjunction with contract documents and scope of work, and that coding of invoice by accounting is against accurate commitment and/or job cost and cost code.


  • 2+ years of land planning, environmental, and/or entitlements experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • High aptitude and someone willing to stand out.
  • Careful with rules and proactive.
  • Detail-oriented and conservative, with a preference for high quality and technical expertise.
  • High standards and a disciplined and reserved personality.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities
  • Results- oriented, innovative and analytical with a drive for change.

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communication styles

What’s Your Communication Style in the Workplace?

Wouldn’t it be a dream to run a highly productive business where there’s little to no drama? Of course! That sounds freaking awesome…and impossible, right? Wrong.

The key to a highly successful, low drama business is effective, intentional communication. You’ve got to make it a priority—and part of your company culture. Seriously. As the quality of your communication goes up, the amount of frustration your team feels goes down. They can focus on the right things, build greater trust in one another, create an amazing customer experience, and get more work done—aka all the ingredients for a successful (and profitable) business. And all of that starts with knowing your communication style.

But figuring out how to build trust through your communication style can feel like swimming through a sea of muck at first—slow, hard, and maybe even a little stinky. But whether you lead a business of five team members or 500, it’s up to you to understand the four main types of communication styles. Then you can use the best style to set the stage for a culture of listening—one that makes your team feel heard and open to sharing. 

Communication Styles Defined

A communication style is the way someone talks to and interacts with others. When it comes to your style, are you large and in charge, tight-lipped and soft-spoken, or somewhere in between? Both your business communication style (how you interact professionally) and your personal communication style (how you interact outside of work) show up in the way you write, speak and act. And these styles are influenced by your personality, degree of self-awareness, and confidence level.

These are the four main types of communication styles we’ll unpack:

  • Passive
  • Aggressive
  • Passive aggressive
  • Assertive

All of us use one style the most, but we can see any of these styles rise to the surface—depending on the situation and what buttons are pushed. The goal is for you to build the habit of using assertive communication even in moments when you want to communicate in a different, less effective way.

Passive Communication Style

On the surface, the passive communication style looks like a neutral attitude about a topic or situation—as if you don’t have a strong opinion or that you’re willing to let whatever happens happen. One more note about passive communicators–they don’t actively look for attention. Most dread confrontation—so they defer to others in uncomfortable situations and for decision-making. But here’s the thing: If you’re a leader, being passive isn’t an option. Leaders lead.

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wear to a job interview

What to Wear to a Job Interview

What’s the best outfit to wear to a job interview? The answer will vary depending on the type of job and company you’re interviewing with.

You always want to dress to make the best impression, but the outfit you choose depends on whether you’re interviewing at a company with a formal dress code, at a casual startup, or for an informal summer job or internship.

What to Wear to a Job Interview

Dressing appropriately is important because the first judgment an interviewer makes is going to be based on how you look and what you are wearing.

If you wear a suit to an interview for a camp counselor, or a T-shirt to an interview at a bank, it’ll send the message that you don’t truly understand what’s involved in the role. Find out what to wear (and what not to wear) for interviews at every type of company.

To dress appropriately for a job interview, follow the employer’s dress code. If the job interview calls for business attire, wear a suit, a sweater and button-down shirt, or a professional-looking dress or skirt. Startup jobs may call for more casual interview attire but be sure to dress professionally. Also, choose accessories carefully to ensure that they don’t distract the interviewer. Let’s dive into this further!

Business Professional Attire

Generally, a job interview calls for you to wear professional, or business, attire. This might mean:

  • A suit jacket and slacks with a button-down shirt and tie
  • A sweater and a button-down shirt
  • A blouse and dress pants
  • A statement dress

You can also incorporate some modern style trends into your outfit. All interviewees should consider color when selecting an interview outfit and avoid wearing anything too bright or flashy that will distract the hiring manager.

The more important thing to consider when you’re dressing for a job interview is that you should look professional and polished regardless of the type of position you’re seeking. Even though your interview attire depends on the role you’re applying for, no matter what the position, you should go to the interview looking neat, tidy, and well-dressed.

Business Casual Attire

If you have a job interview in a more informal work environment, you might wear a business casual outfit. Business casual outfits are less formal than a suit, but they are also more professional and polished than, say, a T-shirt and shorts or a sundress and sandals.

Of course, make sure you know the dress code before you assume that business casual is acceptable. And if you aren’t sure, call the office and ask the administrative coordinator, or contact the person who scheduled the interview and ask them for advice!

Always dress a bit more professionally than the average employee at the company. If everyone is wearing shorts and T-shirts, for example, you might wear khakis and a polo shirt or button-down.

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Project Manager, Structural Engineering

Los Angeles, CA


  • Responsible for design of office buildings, healthcare facilities, sports venues and other large commercial structures with construction costs of $25 million and up.
  • The qualified candidate should possess a high energy level and be a self-motivated project manager who can work within a strong team environment, serving clients on major projects throughout the United States and internationally. 
  • Technical specialization, proactivity and aggressiveness when meeting client and project needs, are pluses.
  • Clients will include architects, developers, institutions, and contractors.  In addition to all the skills listed above, the qualified candidate should possess a strong “can-do” customer service attitude.


  • 8 -12 years of experience in relevant commercial building design
  • Demonstrated career growth that includes project management experience
  • Master’s in Civil Engineering with emphasis in Structural
  • P.E. in California is required, or ability to attain licensure within 6 months; S.E. preferred
  • Candidates must be proactive, have strong organizational skill, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and be client-service oriented

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Associate, Asset Management


A rapidly growing, vertically integrated real estate private equity firm backed by an impressive and diverse network of advisors with expertise and leadership in real estate, retail, technology, and finance is looking for an Associate Asset Manager. This Associate is responsible for helping the Asset Manager develop and implement a strategy for an assigned portfolio of properties and help contribute to building the asset management platform. 


  • Responsible for assisting the Asset Manager drive the asset’s full lifecycle returns through intensive asset management and relentless pursuit of value-add.
  • Daily responsibilities include supporting the Asset Management team efforts to onboard new assets, develop the business plan, efficiently use capital, work with internal Leasing team to sign new tenants, oversee significant tenant improvement projects and/or construction projects, prepare quarterly reporting to senior management, and work with internal Investments team to dispose of the asset.
  • Responsible for assisting the Asset Manager in formulating and executing short-and long-term asset strategies while deploying the broader strategic objectives of the company.  Professionally and effectively present recommendations and performance information to senior management and related partners.
  • Develop and maintain a strong understanding of retail properties, the time value of money, complex deal structures, real estate finance, leasing, property management, and construction.
  • Support the Asset Manager to develop, manage, and complete project budgets and schedules in accordance with Company approved budgets, schedules, and underwriting/yield requirements.
  • Help manage the coordination of design and construction activities such as architect, contractor, surveyor, and consultant selection. Work with the Asset Manager and Tenant Coordination/Construction Management to bring capital projects to successful completion. This may also include managing the permitting and entitlement process for active projects in development.
  • Provide support to the Asset Manager in preparing status updates on portfolio assets via relevant reports and supporting documentation on a regular basis to senior management and real estate committees.
  • Support the Asset Management team to identify at-risk projects and propose corrective solutions to senior management.


  • Between 2-4 years’ experience in commercial real estate asset management or equivalent experience in the retail asset class, including the ability to assess the physical condition of a property, its marketability, and its management. Some experience with retail assets is strongly preferred.
  • A basic understanding of balancing equity and debt, the time value of money, real estate finance, and complex deal structures.
  • Exposure to managing third-party relationships such as attorneys, brokers, tenants, vendors, contractors, consultants, appraisers, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently, take initiative, set priorities, follow through on assignments, assess changing conditions, and make recommendations with supporting analysis.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, particularly in the face of ambiguity.
  • Self-motivated with an effective interpersonal and collaborative working style, along with a strong work ethic and a “roll up your sleeves” attitude.
  • Proficient Excel skills and familiarity with Google productivity tools.
  • Excellent analytical skills and a strong sense of urgency.

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  • Max. file size: 256 MB.

Asset Manager


A real estate investment firm focusing on acquisition, development, and management of west coast commercial properties is looking for an asset manager to create and execute asset strategy for up to 20 properties in their San Diego portfolio.


  • Business plan execution, leasing, financial analysis, asset dispositions, managing the property managers, working with our joint venture partners and overseeing major capital improvement projects
  • Manage entitlement work, managing construction / renovation work, heavy leasing work etc. on active value-add properties
  • Financial management, reporting, leasing and optimizing capital structure for stabilized properties
  • Build tenant and broker relationships
  • Oversee and managing tenant buildouts
  • Work with Acquisitions team on new deals
  • Build budgets and manage team to business plans


  • 5+ years of experience commercial asset management
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Yardi or MRI experience
  • Strong knowledge of finance and building operations
  • Ability to effectively manage a team of professionals, including both employees and vendors
  • Previous experience in analyzing and negotiating commercial lease and/or contract language

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  • Max. file size: 256 MB.