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Assistant Property Manager                                                                                                      June 8, 2017
Contact:  Molly Morgan Bove -      

As an Assistant Property Manager with Hines, you will provide day-to-day operations management of the property and maintain professional and courteous relationships with tenants and contractors. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: -Tenant relations -Property operations -Tenant construction -Lease and contract administration -Budget management -Chosen candidates will receive on-the-job training with excellent advancement and professional growth opportunities. Minimum Requirements include: -Bachelor's degree in business administration or related field from an accredited institution -Two or more years professional work experience, with supervisory experience strongly preferred -P&L responsibility and budgetary experience -Strong initiative and customer service orientation Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment firm founded in 1957 with a presence in 189 cities in 20 countries. Hines has approximately $96.5 billion of assets under management, including $48.5 billion for which Hines provides fiduciary investment management services, and $48 billion for which Hines provides third-party property-level services. The firm has 114 developments currently underway around the world. Historically, Hines has developed, redeveloped or acquired 1,206 properties, totaling over 390 million square feet. The firm’s current property and asset management portfolio includes 533 properties, representing over 213 million square feet. With extensive experience in investments across the risk spectrum and all property types, and a pioneering commitment to sustainability, Hines is one of the largest and most-respected real estate organizations in the world. Visit for more information. We are an equal opportunity/affirmative employer and support workforce diversity. No calls or emails from third parties at this time please.


Assistant Property Manager                                                                                                      May 25, 2017
Newmark Grubb ACRES
Contact:  Yvonne Olson - (801) 578-5517        

Assist Property Manager for a portfolio of commercial properties which includes site inspections, coordination with tenants and vendors as well as assisting with the leasing activity, financial analysis, and strategic planning. Measures of Performance: • Client and Tenant Retention/Satisfaction • All managed properties operate within Owner and property budget guidelines • Management performance based on Standard Operating Procedures Key Responsibilities: Management • Conduct daily/weekly/monthly visits with tenants • Ensure on site building engineers perform routine preventative maintenance programs on all building mechanical systems as well as common areas, tenant spaces, and grounds • Conduct and report monthly property inspections to view condition of properties • Supervise materials management and property/grounds maintenance • Assist the Senior Property Manager in overseeing all tenant improvements and ensure all punch list items are complete • Assist the Senior Property Manager in overseeing construction issues and the contractor’s site project manager. Interact with, coordinate, and serve as liaison between architects and general contractors during new construction and post-construction activities • Solicit bids for maintenance contractors and construction projects, and participate in the contractor selection process • Solicit bids for standard property services. • Hire and oversee various third party service contractors • Ensure all tenant and contractor Insurance Certificates are kept current in the property management files • Ensure all Service Contracts are current and in the property management files • Assist in the direction, coordination, motivation and evaluate work performance of building employees and contracted workers • Assist with the coordination of all tenant renewals • Work closely with leasing agents to assist in high property tenant retention • Develop and oversee a formal tenant relations program • Trains and develops staff, including administrative assistant and building engineers. • Oversees the collection of tenant rents in compliance with tenant leases • Work closely with property manager and client to insure the client’s objectives are met Financial Analyses • Assist with the preparation of monthly and quarterly Owner reports • Assists with preparation of the annual operating plan. • Assist with the preparation of the annual tenant CAM reconciliation by March 15th • Prepare and distribute all documentation with respect to rent adjustments, escalations, and direct tenant expenses • Ensure property adherence to lease agreements and record keeping/billing by accounting Qualifications/Experience Required: • Minimum of Bachelors degree in Business Related field • Advanced MS Office skills • Knowledge of financial and accounting principles and the ability to apply them accurately. • Knowledge of property management and real estate principles, procedures, and standards • Ability to analyze and interpret the needs of tenants, contractors and employees and offer appropriate solutions • Ability to analyze and interpret financial data and prepare financial reports, statements and/or projections • Ability to comprehend, analyze and interpret business documents • Ability to diplomatically respond to sensitive issues • Strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to make effective presentations on general topics • Holds or working towards Utah Real Estate License                

Commercial Maintenance Estimator                                                                                         May 10, 2017
Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC
Contact: Quinn Nielsen -

Responsible for applying extensive knowledge of commercial buildings and of their operation and maintenance to the services being provided by Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC (“CAP”). This includes the primary responsibility of qualifying contractor service estimates and determining customer pricing for services to be performed. Responsible for quality control and fiscal oversight of commercial property preservation, maintenance, repairs, day porter services, and inspection orders contracted to CAP’s in-field contractors. Responsible for providing recommendations to CAP’s clients of property repairs and improvements to subject commercial buildings. Also, responsible for review of property’s legal and management documents and any posted notices or citations, to ensure the product meets or exceeds client’s specifications. Position is full-time with office space in Salt Lake City, Utah. Primary Responsibilities & Duties • Review and interpret property inspection results • Review property maintenance results • Review estimates for repairs and other recommended work • Recommend when to order additional estimates • Finalize contractor compensation for services performed • Finalize customer pricing for services performed • Review and interpret commercial property legal and management documents • Review and prioritize for client any posted notices or citations • Provide recommendations for property improvements • Communicate with clients • Communicate with contractors Minimum Qualifications • 3+ years experience as a construction foreman • 3+ years experience providing commercial property maintenance service estimates • Management and maintenance experience with a variety of commercial properties (retail, office, hospitality, industrial, warehouse, or multi-family) • Knowledge of commercial tenant improvements • Familiarity communicating with commercial tenants • Familiarity communicating with commercial property operators • Knowledge of common real property protection and inspection standards and procedures • Knowledge of property systems (HVAC, MEP) • Strong grasp of proper English, spelling, and written sentence structure • Ability to express ideas clearly in verbal communications • Ability to perform basic math skills (i.e. percentage discounts/mark-up) • Ability to manage time and perform multiple tasks simultaneously • Ability to solve minor problems and implement solutions without assistance • Ability to negotiate minor issues without assistance • General understanding of typical client specifications • Specific understanding of client specifications for assigned clients • Ability to navigate Web applications in order to conduct research relevant to CAP activities • Ability to use CAP’s proprietary web-based management software system effectively • Ability to navigate Microsoft Office applications • Ability to assist team members when needed • Willingness to be coached on a regular basis • Go-getter attitude