Sterling is currently seeking a retail Assistant Property Manager to assist in the management of the company’s growing portfolio of retail shopping centers. The individual will be based out of Pompano Beach, FL and will initially be assisting in the overall management of over one million square feet of GLA throughout the Miami MSA, Fort Lauderdale MSA, and Atlanta MSA. The candidate will also provide administrative assistance and work directly with the company’s Senior Property Manager based in Hialeah, FL.
Providing administrative assistance
Maintaining effective cost control
Directing and assisting in billing and collection of all monies, rents and charges
Ensuring compliance with lease obligations
Budgeting, analyzing and forecasting of property expenses, including capital expenditures
Managing accurate record keeping and reporting of all data for properties, tenants and vendors
Obtaining bids from, negotiating with, and supervising outside vendors
Overseeing the condition of, and implementing programs for, property maintenance
Overseeing maintenance personnel at the properties
Coordinating with other departments (e.g. acquisitions, dispositions, construction, accounting, finance and legal) in relation to property management functions.
Prior involvement and/or genuine interest in the management of commercial real estate assets
Knowledge of the shopping center industry
Strong oral and written communication skills
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel (familiarity with Yardi is a plus)
Sterling Organization is a vertically integrated private equity real estate firm whose national platform is focused on investing in LAST HOUR® consumer fulfillment and distribution real estate assets across the risk spectrum in major markets within the United States on behalf of Sterling’s principals in partnership with the highest quality institutional investors. Sterling Organization, with offices across the nation, is headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL.
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