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Property Manager, Property Management

Vancouver, BC, Canada Req #63
Wednesday, January 12, 2022
About Concert Properties

Putting people first is at the heart of the Concert story. We are deeply invested in improving the lives of the people who live and work in our communities, acknowledging that communities are more than just buildings. We focus on quality, consistency, and sustainability, and our business is driven by warm, passionate people who embody a desire to help each of us feel more connected to one another.

Since 1989, our real estate portfolio has grown to an asset value of $6 billion and includes condominiums, rentals, seniors' active aging communities, industrial and commercial properties, and public infrastructure projects across Canada.

Position Summary:

Reporting directly to the Director, Property Management, the Property Manager will be responsible in managing a largely residential portfolio. From overseeing building operations, undertaking budget preparation and fiscal management, and managing Site Team Members, the Property Manager is a multi-faceted leader of all operations and financial activities.


What you’ll be doing:

·       Ensure that all physical aspects of the properties are maintained in an attractive condition and systems are at all times fully functional.

·       Review and implement cost control and revenue improvement programs to meet budget and Concert fiscal objectives.

·       Review marketing and advertising programs for the residential properties to obtain and maintain maximum inquiries for residential leasing.

·       Prepare annual operating and capital budgets for all properties, analyze monthly financial reports and provide quarterly variance, forecast, and operational reports.

·       Implement regular market surveys and employee shops to insure the maximum results are obtained.

·       Issue purchase orders, monitor site purchasing, review and approve invoices for payment.

·       Manage and supervise the work of site staff.

·       Recruit, train, and provide ongoing personnel development programs.

·       Perform and document staff evaluations including, but not limited to, performance reviews, corrective action reviews and termination.

·       Schedule staff, review timesheets and approve vacation requests/leaves.

·       Perform regular site visits to review maintenance standards and assess operational issues.

·       Review monthly maintenance and site property reports for outstanding work and accurate documentation for OH&S issues and risk assessment.

·       Obtain quotes for major building renovation and improvement work, commercial tenant work and contract renewals – prepare requests for approval and CCDC contracts.

·       Implement, review and monitor preventative maintenance programs.

·       Monitor and provide supervision and coordination for all work required at the buildings.

·       Ensure compliance of all organizational procedures and governmental regulations.


Qualifications and Experience:


·        3+ years of experience in Residential Property Management.

·        Excellent oral and written communication skills.

·        Demonstrated experience in leadership and coaching.

·        Must be self-motivated, focused, and highly organized with the ability to multi-task and achieve deadlines.

·        Strong team player who also excels at working autonomously.

·        Strong and effective customer service/conflict management skills.

·        Experience with Real Estate software including Yardi or similar.

·        Knowledge of Excel, Word and Microsoft Office with basic accounting and experience in preparation of budgets, review of operating statements and CAM statements.

·        Strong working knowledge of the Residential Tenancy Act, Employment Standards Act, Human Rights Code, Building codes, Fire Code, and Occupational Health and Safety.

·        Knowledge of building systems and building maintenance programs.

·       RECBC-Property Management License required.

·       Post-secondary education to include a related diploma or degree program at a recognized institution.


This is a general description of the tasks and skills required. Additional responsibilities and duties may be required to successfully perform this position.

Join the Concert Team in building a people-first future.


Concert is proud to have been named one of BC’s Top Employer for 2021!

We are a proud Canadian company, providing quality employment across the country and working together with the people we serve to realize our vision – building resilient, inclusive, sustainable committees. Our success is based on our employees – on a passionate, talented team who value a collaborative culture, a desire for excellence and a willingness to give back. We truly value our team members and offer competitive pay, and comprehensive benefits and perk programs that support and promote employee health and wellness.

At Concert, we value diversity, equity and inclusion and are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds perspectives and skills. We welcome applications from all qualified job seekers.

Please be advised that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Thank you for your interest in Concert.

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