About the Company
Timbercreek is an independently owned investment firm who actively manages our Multi-Residential buildings with experienced professionals. Our roots started in 1999 with our founding partners managing the day-to-day operations of the buildings themselves. Since then Timbercreek has expanded across Canada. Today we are a $4.1 billion multi-faceted asset management company focused on both domestic and international real estate investment.
About the Position
Regional Managers thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment and are responsible for managing overall regional operations including leasing, building operations, and capital projects and promoting the Timbercreek advantage of being the preferred landlord.
Operations and Leasing:
- Oversee and manage assigned property management functions to improve efficiency and reduce operating costs.
- Inspect the properties on a weekly/daily basis to monitor performance.
- Ensure that properties are properly maintained to Timbercreek standards.
- Establish or adjust work procedures to meet production schedule.
- Propose and discuss possible renovations or improvements with property owners.
- Obtain proper authorization before engaging contractors.
- Obtain quotes or bids from contractors for repairs, renovations and maintenance.
- Ensure that work has been satisfactorily completed and approve invoices.
- Have a standard process and procedure in place to resolve issues relating to repairs and maintenance in a timely fashion.
- Ability to coordinate after hours emergencies as required.
- Responsible for maintaining occupancy levels at the mandate set by Timbercreek.
- Have knowledge of market rents and ability to set asking rents based on the market conditions.
- Have working knowledge of legislation pertaining to the Rental Housing Industry, Human Rights Code and Labour Standards Act.
Leadership and Management:
- Directly manage on-site staff including, Regional Administrator, Regional Leasing Coordinator, Building Managers, Maintenance Associates and Cleaners.
- Responsible for planning, assigning and directing work; for interviewing and hiring staff; training staff; employee relations; mentoring and coaching.
- Responsible for following Timbercreek’s Human Capital Management policies and procedures regarding new hires, terminations, discipline etc.
- Analyze and resolve work problems, or assist subordinates in solving work problems.
- Initiate or suggest plans to motivate workers to achieve work goals.
- Ensures that a superior level of co-operation, service and support is provided to residents, thereby ensuring that Timbercreek is a landlord of choice.
- Ensures building standards are maintained to a high level and building staff are performing duties in a professional manner.
- Supports and trains site-level staff on Timbercreek’s standards of Customer Service.
- Ability to resolve resident complaints and concerns in a timely fashion.
Financial and Budgets:
- Accountability for budgets and overall financial and administrative review of assigned properties.
- Prepare annual operating and capital budgets for each property
- Oversee collection of rents (and serve notices to vacate).
- Approve all invoices received by regional office.
- Responsible for ensuring rent rolls are accurate.
- Review weekly vacancies/availability reports.
- Notify Head Office of any potential problems.
- Review of operating statements and variance reports.
- Review and approve resident leases and renewal leases.
- Review rents to ensure they are “at minimum” market value.
- Oversee and ensure compliance with local housing laws and regulations.
Education and Experience:
- Preferably a Business degree with a major in a real estate discipline.
- Minimum 5 years of experience in a senior role.
- Real Estate Designation (eg. CPM) an asset.
- Proven track record of operating a portfolio at a high level maximizing revenues and reducing expenses.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Proven sales and leasing skills as well as excellent customer relations skills.
- Works well under pressure, and displays good organizational skills as well as multitasking to meet deadlines.
- Proven ability to manage a region as an effective business model.
- Ability to negotiate with contractors and suppliers to achieve the best pricing available.
- Strong knowledge of building systems.
- Proven ability to manage a team as well as work independently.
- Ability to take initiative in order to keep a high occupancy rate.
- Proven track record of follow through to achieve results.
- Flexible and adaptable to constantly changing needs within the organization.
- Proven ability to liaise with people at all levels of an organization.
- Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word) and Yardi would be an asset
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Timbercreek owns and operates more than 16,000 residential suites across Canada. We offer a wide choice of quality rental apartments...