One of the great things about being an international real estate company is the variety of career options we can offer our employees. Combined with our investment in your learning and development, we can empower you to achieve your goals.

You could be managing a real estate portfolio for a large pension fund, buying or selling properties, overseeing a development project, managing or leasing a building, or taking on corporate responsibilities related to finance, human resources, sustainability or communications. As careers go, there’s a lifetime of opportunity here.

Where do you see yourself? 
 



The successful candidate will provide in-depth and thoughtful analysis to support internal asset valuation and external appraisals, operational improvement, lease transactions, capital spending, development projects, acquisitions and dispositions, and ad hoc analysis as it arises. 

Valuation and Planning:
Play an integral role in the annual appraisal process; including liaising with the external appraisers, providing pertinent information, reviewing draft appraisals and corresponding valuation models, and presenting the final report to senior asset management and portfolio management teams. You will support the asset management team as it spearheads the preparation of annual budgets, interim forecasts, and business plans, in collaboration with various internal groups.

Data Analysis:
Leverage our internal database in conjunction with public market data to help provide critical insights relevant to our asset class. Build and maintain reporting dashboards and visualizations that drive strategic decision-making; be able to communicate the 'story' the data tells and the implications to our portfolio. Consistently seek out and identify opportunities to leverage data to improve process excellence across the organization.

Research, Presentation and Reporting:
Work closely with the property management and development teams to ensure accurate tracking and reporting of large-scale capital expenditure programs. Prepare presentations to external clients; including mid-year review presentations and budget presentations. Keep current with market trends, prepare market reports and research papers for internal use. Provide support to the asset management team on special projects as needed.

Required Skills & Characteristics
You have a degree in real estate or a related field, are a candidate member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC), and have a minimum of 2-years of experience working in multi-family real estate, development, valuations or a related field.  An MBA or a CFA would be an asset to you in this role. Your technical proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Argus software will allow you to conduct analysis and make informed recommendations to a team of asset managers. During the interview, we’ll want your communication and financial analysis skills to shine as you articulate your ability to multi-task and interpret and apply analytical findings.
 
Why work for us?

Beyond your paycheque, we invest in your health, well-being and development, and encourage teamwork and collaboration, so you can do your best work and enjoy life to its fullest.

Are you ready to grow your future with us?

Learn more about our team of professionals, and the exciting new opportunities available with GWL Realty Advisors by reviewing our job openings below. Apply today!

We thank all applicants. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

NO RECRUITING AGENCIES PLEASE 

GWL Realty Advisors is an equal opportunity employer. It prohibits discrimination based on age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and any other legally protected class in accordance with applicable federal, provincial and local laws. We are committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace. If you are contacted for an interview and require accommodation during the interviewing process, please let us know

 

This is a full time position

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