BE Influential. BE Entrepreneurial. BE the Expert.Be all that and more at Colliers International. Join our team as a Property Manager in Toronto North.
At Colliers International, we help leaders succeed by helping them build amazing workplaces, businesses and communities around the world. We do this by thinking differently, sharing innovative ideas and offering a unique and collaborative workplace where you can succeed.
Who you are
Strong client relationships are important to you. You enjoy playing a central role in customer care by bringing superior organizational skills, attention to detail, and a positive attitude to everything you do.
As a Property Manager, you will be involved in all aspects of managing an office portfolio, from operations and financial activities to managing important relationships with our tenants, property owners and vendors. From managing service contracts and overseeing tenant improvements, to completing property inspections and making recommendations, you’ll have the opportunity to share your innovative ideas.
What you bring:
- Five or more years of progressive experience managing commercial properties, including office portfolios.
- Strong understanding of financial reports, including variance of actual vs. budget numbers.
- Demonstrated experience with real estate software such as Yardi, MRI, etc.
Bonus skills and experience
- Experience with capital improvement projects.
- You communicate clearly and effectively at all levels.
- You hold a CPM or RPA designation.
What success looks like:
- You develop and maintain strong relationships with property owners, tenants, vendors and contractors.
- You are responsible for annual budget preparation and tenant reconciliations.
BE who you are and what you want to be with Colliers International. We’d love to meet you. Apply today to join our team.
Direct applicants only please, no agencies.
Colliers is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in its workforce. Colliers encourages applications from all qualified individuals and will accommodate applicants' disability-related needs, up to the point of undue hardship, throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process.