Bradley Company, LLC is a full-service Commercial Real Estate Firm founded in 1978. We offer our clients a full range of commercial brokerage and asset services. With regional offices throughout Indiana and Michigan, we employ nearly 250 knowledgeable professionals. Our experienced team manages 10± million square feet of commercial property including office, retail, industrial and medical office buildings among our many clients. In addition, we act as brokerage agents for over 550 commercial properties. We also manage more than 3,000 multi-housing units varying from conventional to student and associations.
We currently have an opening for the following position:
Property Manager, Commercial
Manages all aspects of a portfolio of office, industrial, and retail properties including operations and financial activities. Provides superior service to tenants and property owners. Primary duties are collecting rent and/or dues, performing CAM reconciliations, handling Tenant issues, property inspections formulating and maintaining a budget.
South Bend, IN
Reviews and reconciles ground lease and CAM recovery charges.
Oversees the collection of rent, payment of expenses, compliance with lease terms and preparation of all required legal notices. Recommends and coordinates legal action as necessary.
Responds to tenant needs and coordinates with maintenance staff to resolve problems. Maintains positive relationships and high retention levels with all tenants. Responds to all problems and concerns and ensures compliance with rules and regulations.
Prepares the planning, budgeting and control of operating and capital expenditures. Oversees and approves the calculation of all special billings. Prepares annual budgets, forecasts, management plans, monthly performance reports, and variance reports. Understands and provides explanation of variances.
Performs regular inspections of the properties. Recommends and directs alterations, maintenance and reconditioning of property as necessary. Reports all maintenance issues to Maintenance Supervisor.
Participates in civic and business organizations. Attends BOMA and/or IREM programs and activities. Conducts and maintains relationships with “key” clients/tenants, industry and trade associates, representatives of government, public service organizations, customers and vendors as necessary in the overall management of the property.
Schedule and complete annual internal file audits.
Implement annual Operating Expense Recovery.
Ensure all client requests are processed timely, accurately and with a high level of professionalism to guarantee internal and external client satisfaction.
Proactively communicates with Senior Management to ensure they are informed of all activates
Assist with property transitions.
Abstract all lease documents and ensure accuracy of rent rolls on a monthly basis.
Evaluates and administers agreements for contracted services including annual negotiations and preparation of new contracts, contract renewals, and contract amendments.
Monitors and evaluates vendor’s performance.
Tracks vendor pricing changes
Assists Facilities Director to deliver expected service levels to the client within the prescribed budget. And, sees that facilities staff delivers excellent service levels for the client within budget.
Develops and recommends strategic objectives to maximize the properties financial leverage.
Researches and implements new technology to improve operational efficiency.
Develops environmental health and safety procedures for all properties. These procedures include emergency action plans, disaster recovery, business continuity, and other related procedures. To be approved by Director of Facilities.
Actively involved in project plans supporting business process improvements. Makes recommendations and assist in the implementation of improvements.
Review bi-weekly pay-ends for all retail, industrial and facility managed properties.
Monitor real estate taxes and recommend tax appeal to owner if needed.
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, or Property Management or equivalent experience managing commercial properties
Minimum of 2-5 years managing commercial property
Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
Must be able to travel within portfolio of properties
Understanding of financial statements, basic construction and maintenance
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