Title – Commercial Property Manager
Location – Dublin
Salary – Dependent On Experience + Pension, Health Care and Bonus
Company – Award Winning International Agency
Duration – Permanent
Our client: Azon are working with a market leading Commercial Agency with an extensive network of international offices. They have been successful in winning numerous awards over the years and offer a good salary, benefits package and route to complete the APC.
Great opportunity for a Property Manager with a minimum of 2 year’s post qualification experience to manage a mixed portfolio of commercial assets for blue chip clients. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to learn from some of the industry leaders and have a chance to innovate with the world’s leading businesses, put that expertise into action on landmark projects, and work on game-changing real estate initiatives.
* Identify, implement and execute added value across our managed portfolio
* Create, implement and deliver annual property strategy plans
* Foster/ develop key relationships with Clients, their tenants, occupiers and key advisers
* Oversee the Property Management functions provided on the portfolio
* Assist on rent reviews, lease renewals and void lettings to maximise income
* Liaise with the Property Management Accounts team in providing excellent financial management services to our Clients
* Lead Client reporting on portfolios under your management
* 3-5 year’s experience in Commercial Property Management preferable
* A confident and capable individual keen to take an active role within the team
* Able to identify, implement and execute added value across the portfolio
* The ability to work within a team and on own initiative
* Enthusiastic, proactive and self-motivated
* Strong verbal and numerical skills, and be comfortable with report writing
* Excellent time management and general organisational skills
* The ability to be flexible and work under pressure
* You’ll join an entrepreneurial, inclusive culture.
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