We’re always interested in talking with smart, talented people about joining our team. Our current openings are listed below.
Waukeshaw Development is an innovative real estate development firm with a focus on developing market-rate properties in underserved markets. We are looking to add an experienced Asset Manager to our small but nimble team. This individual will oversee our multifamily and mixed-use portfolio of 550+ units (growing to 725+ in the next 2 years) throughout Virginia and North Carolina.
The Asset Manager’s overarching objective is to maximize value and total return for all assets. Reporting directly to the COO and working in collaboration with our local property management teams, the Asset Manager will oversee strategic decision-making for all properties in the portfolio.
- Oversee the physical and financial well-being of all properties in the portfolio
- Develop, present, and implement comprehensive annual business plans and budgets for each asset
- Work closely with internal and external property management firms in all areas of property management, including management planning and review, managing the physical asset, marketing/occupancy, tenant relations including tenant retention, support services, fiscal management, and risk management
- Drive post-acquisition activities, including hiring and overseeing internal, or third-party management firm(s), to ensure the successful incorporation of assets into the firm’s ownership portfolio
- Visit all properties within the portfolio on a regular basis, meeting with local management to ensure adherence to property standards
- Review financial reporting, prepare variance analyses and business activity reports, coordinate with accounting personnel to ensure that financial statements are accurately presented
- Make recommendations for and oversee the implementation of capital projects, including unit renovations, system improvements, and property re-brands
- Maintain a strong understanding of each market in which properties exist, with a strong knowledge of market comps, the development pipeline, and other economic drivers that could impact asset performance
- Assist in lease negotiation and management of commercial tenants within mixed use properties
- Work in partnership with the acquisition team on due diligence efforts for new multifamily investment opportunities
- Supervise employees who assist in admin roles, financial reporting and budgeting
- Manage insurance claims submittals and communications
- Assist in loan and debt reporting requirements
- A minimum of 5 years multifamily asset or property management experience
- Prior experience leading and managing a team
- Bachelor’s degree
- Demonstrated financial and analytical acumen with a thorough understanding of financial statements and reporting.
- Demonstrated property management expertise, with a thorough understanding of landlord-tenant laws
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PPT) and the Google Business Suite
- Strong communications skills, both verbal and written
- Experience with Appfolio is preferred
- Highly self-motivated with the ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment
- Problem solver, with the ability to independently troubleshoot as well as bring others into solutions
- Ability to effectively manage property teams with clear communication, strong leadership, driving accountability and ability to motivate
- Ability to manage assets and capital improvement projects by building, maintaining and managing collaborative relationships both internally and externally, finding common ground, clearly articulating strategies to everyone, setting clear deadlines and maintaining an organized process
- Ability to be both direct and firm as well as diplomatic, skillfully negotiating conversations and decisions with both internal and external groups
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