We don’t just see an enterprising culture, we see experts who are leading our industry into the future.
With best-in-class advisors managing the ever-changing needs of our clients' properties and maximising value and tenant retention, Colliers Real Estate Management Services team comprises highly skilled local experts with strong backgrounds in specific asset types.
The team gathers data from hundreds of similar properties — locally and internationally — to provide forward-looking advice on various issues such as sustainability, building management and property improvements that can yield long-term savings.
Let's take a look at some of the roles currently available, big and small, that make a difference and lead our industry into the future.
Senior/Property Manager – While overseeing a team of property management experts, the manager's primary duty is to manage our client's assets at a portfolio level. These properties could be commercial, residential, or industrial assets.
Assistant Property Manager - The role of an assistant property manager is to collaborate closely with the Property Manager in the provision and delivery of high-quality services to the commercial, residential, or industrial properties' clients.
Commercial Manager – An expert in contracts risk, the commercial manager ensures the profitability of all real estate management projects, cost budgeting, forecasting, and ISO management.
Sustainability Manager – A sustainability manager collaborates with clients to craft and oversee their sustainability strategy and site-specific plans and coordinates within Colliers and clients' regional team for timely sustainability reporting. This individual is playing a crucial part in introducing innovative technologies that will ultimately positively impact operations.
Technicians – Our technicians are the unsung heroes as they provide technical and handyman services to several different projects. They assist in the delivery of works with a high level of professionalism and service delivery.
Centre/Building Manager – A Centre/Building Manager provides on-site guidance and delivery of property management services. Liasing with clients, head office, contractors, tenants and other victors, this role is the key to ensure smooth daily operations. A critical function, this function requires attention to detail for careful management and reporting of budgets, communication plans, asset enhancement initiatives and general staff management.
Senior / Property Executive – Invested in client's relationships, a property executive can oversee an account of multiple clients or multiple assets and other matters relating to the operration of the account. A Property Executive would report into a Centre Manager or a Team Manager depending on the appointment.
Property Officer – This is the entry level personnel working closing with onsite staff to ensure consistency of the property services. A property officer's role is to support the on-site team on providing excellence in services delivery.
At Colliers, what sets us apart is not what we do but how we do it. We enable our people to do their best work every day, collaborating with other global experts to maximise every opportunity and lead our industry into the future. We attract and develop industry leaders, empowering them to think and act differently to drive exceptional results.
We don’t just see an enterprising culture, we see experts who are leading our industry into the future, connect with our careers team today.
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