• Operations Manager

    Job Location CA-ON-Scarborough
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(6/4/2019 9:36 AM)
    Number of Positions
    Job Industry
    Business and Professional Services, Real Estate and Property Management
    Career Level
    Experienced, Management
    Postal Code
    M1J 1J3
  • Job Description (EN)

    Our Property Managers,
    As Canada’s largest residential landlord, CAPREIT prides itself the smooth operation and financial performance of our properties.  Our Property Managers, known internally as Operations Managers, report to our Associate Vice Presidents of Operations and are responsible for delivering efficient and professional management to a portfolio of properties. Operations Managers work to maximize profits by managing budgets in their portfolio, ensuring full occupancy, and working with property staff to ensure the satisfaction of residents.
    Candidates for this position should have a university/college degree or equivalent work experience. In order to be considered for this position, candidates should possess a minimum of five years’ experience in a property manager role (with at least 500 units). As well, candidates should be proficient in the interpretation of financial statements and the preparation of reports. The ideal candidate has strong leadership, people management, and decision making skills along with the ability to multitask in a dynamic environment. Customer service and resident relations are an essential part of the Property Manager’s role.
    Please note that applications from all interested individuals are appreciated; however, we will only contact candidates that are selected for an interview.
    CAPREIT values diversity in the workforce and is an equal opportunity employer. 
    CAPREIT welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


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