Are You the One That We Want?
Just one example of the Rohit team having a little fun…they asked for a recruitment video and boy did we deliver! Click here to see the Rohit team in action!
We are always looking to add talented individuals to our team. Singing and dancing are not required…but are definitely assets.
PPE supplied. Costumes available upon request.
At Rohit Group of Companies, our vision is simple and straightforward: we are a “Real Estate Opportunity Company“. It is our individually diverse team of innovative thinking and experienced talent that is the driving force behind the achievement of this vision.
Our mission is to develop real estate markets through superior capital, asset and project management. We will create exceptional products and services in Western Canada by designing, developing, and creating superior quality products and services that provide exceptional value.
Rooted in family values and entrepreneurial spirit, Rohit Group of Companies was founded in 1986 by Radhe Gupta. Together with his wife Krishna, Radhe grew the company from a small home builder to a diversified organization with operations in home building, residential and land development, commercial assets, and real estate lending.
This vertical integration has positioned Rohit Group as an industry leader and the company and team has received a multitude of accolades on the local, provincial and national level, including being recognized as Edmonton’s 2010, 2011, 2013, & 2016 Home Builder of the Year and Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employer in 2014, 2015, & 2016.
Rohit Group of Companies recognizes that the key contributions to our success are our people. Our staff, shareholders, homewoners, and industry partners are the pulse of our organization, and we take the time to celebrate.
If you are a passionate person looking for a challenging opportunity and rewarding career... look no further! We are always looking to add talented individuals to our team.
To discover more about who we are, please visit us at www.RohitGroup.com – less