Full-Time Intermediate-level Asset manager – Dikwa
It is the responsibility of the Asset Manager job to track and review all Asset Management-related activities for a specific portfolio of Borrower and Production Officer connections, as assigned. At all times, excellent customer service shall be delivered to both internal and external customers by managing time efficiently and organizing meticulously (including Borrowers, Production Officers and Lenders). Proactive asset management of a defined portfolio will guarantee that all loan covenants, borrower demands and periodic reporting obligations are routinely completed on internal and external due dates. The Asset Manager will notify management if there is an increase in risk or a possible default. There will be recommendations based on study, due diligence, and previous industry experience. Working with Asset Management Analysts to strengthen their commercial real estate expertise will be a priority for the Asset Manager.
Job Title : Intermediate-level Asset manager
Location : Dikwa, Borno, Nigeria
Salary : $ 28.23 per hour.
Company : Costco Wholesale Corp.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Analyses rent rolls, vacancy and turnover data, affordability profiles, financial operating reports, resident files, waiting list compliance, fair housing practices, utilizing restricted units and supportive housing units, management costs and salaries charged to the property, annual resident services provided, vendor contracting practices, and utilizations of minority and women owned businesses to enforce.
- Assist in the creation of monthly reports and correspondence with investors and partners, as well as the supervision and approval of all hiring at the property level, as well as the oversight of marketing and branding activities carried out by the property management team for all properties.
- You may raise productivity and foster an environment conducive to creative thinking if you solve structural issues and deliver material that provokes thought.
- To guarantee effective monitoring of the Firm’s third-party property management company, design procedures and controls, prepare operational and development budgets, and execute property-level adjustments based on recommendations and extensive analysis.
- Maintaining an asset inventory system that is hierarchical Asset inventories, conditions, rating techniques and service levels and performance measurements, risk scoring criteria, maintenance strategies, repair/replacement models, financial projections, and work plans linked with all asset types. Asset inventory, condition, and rating coordination.
- In addition to completing financial projection and analysis of capital calls and distributions, a financial manager must keep track of and ensure the proper supply of running cash accounts, prepare yearly spending reconciliations, and manage relationships with outside suppliers.
- The organization’s present tenants have to be able to offer the renters of the company top-notch service. Help with selecting and soliciting brokers, negotiating lease terms with well-known tenants, drafting legal documents, and closing on real estate acquisitions and refinances.
- An assessment of the appropriateness of capital requirements and revisions to the activities previously scheduled to evaluate capital expenditures. Recommends the provision of funds, if necessary. When they receive replacement request requests, this subordinate informs their superior on their experiences with them.
- Public works department best practices and principles for managing infrastructure assets, notably through offering training to county personnel and the broader public and maximizing the exploitation of asset management software. Actively participate in infrastructure asset management as a county representative on various boards and committees.
- By conducting a capital requirements sufficiency analysis and modifying the work schedule, analyses capital needs reports and replacement reserve contributions. recommends to the owner the appropriate contribution levels. Additionally, in order to better understand the plan for the property for each year, the owner or agent provides annual budgets and capital improvement plans, which are then examined by the supervisor. These documents are reviewed for replacement reserve requests and recommendations are made to his or her supervisor.
- If you can read and speak English fluently, you’ll be able to do your job well and efficiently. To be successful in one’s present position, one must always strive to learn new skills and improve on their already-developed ones.
- Three to five years of experience managing institutional multifamily buildings is required, as well as the capacity to meet deadlines, multitask, and perform well under pressure.
- Word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations are just a few of the computer software programmers that must be able to be used and learned. All of these are necessary for this position; therefore, you must be knowledgeable in MS Word, Excel, Power Point, and internet use.
- A minimum of one (1) year of supervisory or team-leading experience, five (5) years of experience managing infrastructure assets in a government organization, or any other combination of education and experience that equips the person with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to carry out the job.
- This individual should be in charge of creating or refining the company’s dependability policies and procedures. In this video, you’ll learn more about the manufacturing process.