CAPREIT

  • Acquisitions Analyst

    Job Location CA-ON-Toronto
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/8/2018 1:23 PM)
    ID
    2018-2068
    Job Type
    Full Time/Temps plein
    Number of Positions
    1
    Job Industry
    Accounting and Auditing Services, Real Estate and Property Management
    Career Level
    Entry Level, Experienced
    Postal Code
    M5E 1W1
  • Job Description (EN)

    Title: Acquisitions Analyst

    Reports To: Director, Acquisitions

     

    Position Summary:   The Acquisitions Analyst is responsible for preparing financial models, co-ordinating and administering the due diligence process, and preparing Investment Proposals for potential acquisitions and dispositions across Canada and the Netherlands. 

     

    Responsibilities:

     

    • Prepare NOI analysis, IRR analysis, and REIT yield analysis for potential acquisitions and dispositions
    • Build financial models and sensitivity analysis, as requested, for potential acquisitions and dispositions
    • Prepare Letter of Intents (LOI) as directed by Director of Acquisitions
    • Maintain and ensure accuracy of “Deal Sheet”
    • Prepare Investment Proposals and Disposition Proposals for Investment Committee meetings
    • Prepare acquisitions and dispositions reports and Powerpoint presentations as requested by Director of Acquisitions
    • Obtain and review Information Memorandums from Brokers or Vendors
    • Act as central information source by maintaining and distributing acquisition details and due diligence materials
    • Co-ordinate site visits and due diligence material requests on acquisitions
    • Download and upload of data room documentation for acquisitions/dispositions
    • Maintain “Projects” folders on shared drive
    • Maintain files, system access, and documentation requirements for ongoing or new acquisition transaction projects
    • Maintain due diligence checklists and follow up on the completeness of the checklist for each transaction based on timelines
    • Schedule and take minutes for due diligence team meetings
    • Schedule and take minutes for pre-closing meetings
    • Research, compile, process and coordinate materials as required by transaction
    • Co-ordinate with Managing Directors and various departments to obtain operational capex requirements
    • Obtain quotes and arrange site visits for third party consultant reviews
    • Review, maintain, and distribute third party reports as required for potential acquisitions, e.g. structural and fire engineering assessments, and appraisals
    • Prepare capex budgets for sign off
    • Prepare correspondence as required for new acquisitions e.g. Welcome letters
    • Follow-up with due diligence team members on open issues and unresolved project tasks
    • Monitor due diligence process and escalate any unresolved issues to Director of Acquisitions
    • Maintain acquisition files and documentation
    • Manage due acquisition timelines and due dates
    • Provide support to Due Diligence team as requested
    • Additional duties as necessary and assigned by Director of Acquisitions

     

    Qualifications:

     

    • Bachelors degree in Finance or related field
    • Proficient in building financial models, with attention to detail and accuracy
    • Strong financial analytic skills
    • Understanding of acquisition business processes
    • Excellent computer skills – Excel, MS Office, Powerpoint, etc
    • Excellent organizational and coordination skills, ability to work independently and multi-task
    • Team oriented and ability to work constructively and collaboratively
    • Strong oral and written communication skills

     

    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, is an equal opportunity employer, and 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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