This role is involved in the management of the Great Western Industrial Park located in Windsor, CO (Park). The role is comprised of two broad categories of activity: 1) Property Management and 2) Project or Strategic Management. The role will involve project management responsibilities and will require a knowledge of property management techniques. The role requires the ability to develop effective relationships with property users, tenants, vendors, contractors, a variety of consultants, and government agencies and Metropolitan District staff. The property management component is primary for this position and will address responsibility for day-to-day management of the Park, including managing assets and multiple third-party leases. The Project or Strategic component is secondary and will involve working closely with a small team supporting improvements and development of the Park.
- Preparing and delivering presentations to groups of varying
- Operational use of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word and Power Point) and Google
- Support other GWIP Team members in Northern Colorado on different land and development
- Assimilate required information from appraisers, attorneys, auditors, tax and other consultants as
- Develop ability to anticipate needs, becoming proficient in delivering results without guidance or detailed directions or
- Managing multiple property types and third-party consultants (e.g. attorneys, engineers, contractors).
- Manage day-to-day operation of
- Work with tenants of C6 and other buildings. Review and update or renew leases, maintain insurance certificates in current and accurate form, and work tenant requests to
- Manage maintenance of C6, its grounds and other buildings. Be cognizant of physical appearance and presentation and systems function. Ability to make improvements by managing contractors and contracts.
- Manage and maintain industrial and non-industrial
- Act as liaison between property users, tenants, neighbors, construction management and Metropolitan District Coordinate and obtain bids for vendor services, preparing contracts with the help and guidance of the Corporate Legal Team or outside
- Responsible for maintenance budget management including preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual reports for senior management and capital
- Manage difficult or challenging user or tenant situations. Respond timely to requests and solicit feedback to improve
- Prepare and approve vendor invoices for
- Understand lease terms and manage Common Area Maintenance (CAM) and infrastructure maintenance (Roads, utilities, buildings, )
- Tour Park routinely to effectively manage appearance and physical condition of grounds and infrastructure. Prepare recommendations and pricing for corrective
Project and Strategic Management
- Facilitate the GWIP Team on Projects which may include capital improvements to buildings or property, maintenance contracts or vertical development projects, and easement requests, among
- Suppport GWIP Team on site tours for new
- Assist GWIP Team on land activities such as annexations, zoning changes and
- Review construction contracts and read plans for operating and construction needs. Provide construction management oversight as
- Assist with documentation for acquisitions and dispositions as
- Work with GWIP team to evaluate Cap Ex
- Think critically and analyze information to provide meaningful insight and recommendations to GWIP management.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution required. Degrees in real estate development or management, construction management, business administration or finance are
- 3 to 5 years of experience in mixed use development operations including Industrial, Commercial and Residential land
- Accomplished user of MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and Google Earth
- Ability to understand and speak to complex agreements and situations within different business, construction and development settings with a proactive and positive
- Ability to organize, manage and prioritize changing schedules while meeting
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills, including experience in the preparation and delivery of presentations to groups of varying
- Knowledge of principles and processes for conducting user/tenant/resident needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services and evaluation of user, tenant and resident satisfaction
- Demonstrated ability to be articulate, flexible, polished and comfortable in fast paced environment required
|Physical Requirements||% of Work Time|
|Must have the ability to remain in a seated position.||80%|
|Must have the ability to speak and hear clearly.||100%|
|Must have the ability to lift office products and supplies, up to 20 lbs.||20%|
|Must have the ability to stoop, kneel, bend, and reach.||10%|
|Must have the dexterity to write and manipulate computer keyboard and mouse.||100%|
This position has no supervisory responsibilities.
The position is centered in an office environment, but a field component exists. The field component includes walking outdoors, sometimes on uneven or steep surfaces; exposure to railroad activities including loud noises, intake of diesel fumes, oil odors; exposure to weather changes inherent in Northern Colorado.
We are an EEO Employer and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, marital status or veteran status.