Responsible for development and management of fiscal compliance program for University's real estate portfolio of projects managed by Real Estate as Landlord and Licensor/Licensee. Responsible for analyzing and interpreting real estate contracts and independently preparing complex reports summarizing real property contract obligations, compliance, cash-flow, expenses debt and fund distribution. Responsible for the invoicing, collection and receipt for Real Estate managed funds, and reconciliation of funds for real estate revenue producing projects. Manages and maintains Real Estate managed projects database. Participates in coordinating the approval process for real property transactions. Assists with administration of tenant improvement processes. Independently prepares complex reports summarizing real property contract obligations, compliance, cash-flow, expenses, debt and fund distribution. Assists in drafting and preparing proposals, contracts, correspondence and financial analysis for real property transactions.
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• Demonstrated working knowledge and experience in real property leasing, property management, real estate terminology, contract writing and interpretation, administrative analysis, and operations research.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively present ideas concisely and clearly, in written and oral forms, to a broad variety of university and public professionals, using tact, diplomacy, good judgment, and confidentiality.
• Demonstrated analytical ability and skill in problem solving, data gathering, analyzing problems, making recommendations, and implementing solutions.
• Experience with and knowledge of financial and budget management principals, general accounting practices, development of budgets, budget reconciliation, and forecasting.
• Demonstrated ability to analyze and interpret written material, financial data, and computer generated information; and prepare concise, professional, well organized reports, financial analysis and summaries.
• Demonstrated knowledge of economic and general accounting principles and practices, and ability to perform basic financial analyses.
• Advanced computer skills, in a PC environment, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications for producing complex legal contracts, financial analyses, and database development.
• Proven experience with automated financial, payroll, purchasing, and other administrative systems.
• Experience with and knowledge of real property lease interpretation in order to verify compliance with financial terms.
• Excellent organizational skills to prioritize workload and work well independently, including taking initiative, ability to work effectively with frequent interruptions, and to develop timetables and strategies to meet multiple and constantly changing deadlines.
• Skills in record management (paper based and electronic).
• Ability to use sound judgment, exercise discretion, and maintain confidentiality.
• Job offer is contingent upon satisfactory clearance based on Background Check results.
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