This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category:
Province: Burnaby, British Columbia
Position: Real Estate Assets Manager
Deadline: June 15, 2016
Posted: April 8, 2016
Job Description / Duties
A skilled real estate professional with a depth of knowledge in leasing and land administration, you are invited to add your skills and experience to the work undertaken by our Development and Asset Strategies Branch. Among a range of functions, the Branch directs a province-wide strategy and business model for redeveloping, improving and sustaining BC Housing's social housing stock, from land acquisition through to construction and asset management.
Reporting to the Director, Real Estate Services, you will plan and manage BC Housing's corporate lease program (as tenant), as well as BC Housing’s commercial lease portfolio (as landlord). You will also manage roof-top licenses, assessment appeals and the disposition of partial land interests. Your ability to forge and sustain effective work relationships with consultants, contractors and other stakeholders will be a key factor of your success in balancing and managing competing objectives.
Qualifications / Required Skills
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a degree or diploma in business administration with a specialization in urban land economics (or the equivalent) and a minimum 5 years' experience managing and administering leases or administering a large real estate portfolio. Accreditation with a recognized real estate organization such as the Real Estate Institute of BC or Canada, or the Appraisal Institute of Canada is essential, as are effective communication, negotiation, conflict resolution and consensus building skills—all of which you possess as a valued member of our team.
To apply or to view full job description please visit www.bchousing.org/careers
BC Housing is the provincial crown agency that develops, manages, and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options.
We partner with private and non-profit partners, other levels of government, health authorities, and community groups to increase affordable housing options for British Columbians in need. More than 97,000 households benefit from government-subsidized housing.