Job Purpose (Job Summary):
This position oversees and executes all real estate transactions for Invesco’s 2 million square feet corporate office portfolio across 60 global locations and reports directly to the Head - Corporate Real Estate. The role impacts overall team and client experience and occupancy expense. Candidate must have excellent communication and organizational skills.
Key Responsibilities / Duties:
- Serves as the primary point-of-contact for internal stakeholders, landlords, property managers, and brokers for all real estate activities related to leasing and property rights matters.
- Manages and tracks expiring lease and option dates. Works collaboratively with business partners to ensure lease portfolio supports business requirements.
- Assists upper management in coordinating decisions for all lease actions, including renewals, relocations, and terminations. Participates in the coordination of new location openings and closings.
- Negotiates lease agreements, including language, terms, and rental conditions.
- Proactively leads site searches and selections while ensuring coordination with the business team. Presents alternatives and recommendations to the business team leaders and other stakeholders.
- Leverages a lease administration system to track lease data, generate reports and analyses, and manage and administer leases.
- Coordinates with various internal departments regarding real estate matters, such as operations, transportation, finance, environmental health and safety, loss protection, risk, and legal.
- Prepares deal overview documents and financial analyses. Ensures transactions move through the internal lease approvals process.
- Manages surplus property leases, subleases, and divestments.
- Develop presentations for internal discussions with Senior Leadership and external parties.
- Benchmark performance of real estate portfolio across industry peers and pertinent internal segmentations, consolidate information, and provide insightful analysis on trends and portfolio metrics.
- Routinely interact and coordinate with senior management, local managers, corporate properties staff globally and with peers in IT, Legal, Finance, Security and procurement.
- Participate in team strategy meetings.
Work Experience / Knowledge:
- 7+ years experience in related field.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of software.
- Technical knowledge of AutoCAD preferable.
- Previous exposure to Facilities Management and Facilities Services.
Skills / Other Personal Attributes Required:
- Team player with the ability to coordinate initiatives across different geographic locations.
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously; self- starter with strong organizational, detail and problem solving skills.
- Ability to negotiate and influence.
- People oriented and customer service driven.
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Ability to provide creative solutions in sensitive situations
- Ability to read, interpret and understand lease documents
- Excellent written and oral communication skills combined with effective listening and good interpersonal skills in order to effectively communicate with a variety of individuals at all levels
- Typically requires BS/BA in a related discipline. Generally 7+ years of experience in a related field. Advanced degree may offset less experience in some disciplines.
- Industry certifications preferred.
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FLSA (US Only): Exempt
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- Portfolio Management
7+ to 10 years