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If you’re looking to join the industry, this is the place to start your search. We post opportunities from our sponsors and members, offering you access to careers across all facets of the real estate development industry. Apply to the listed opportunities, or contact Kathy Whitcher at kathyw@udi.org or 250.383.1072 for general employment advice.

Jim Pattison Developments Ltd - Lease Administrator

Lease Administrator – Jim Pattison Developments

Location: North Vancouver, BC

Join one of Canada’s most iconic organizations made up of a number of strong and diverse operating divisions generating over $10 billion in annual sales.

Your New Employer
Jim Pattison Developments Ltd. is the real estate division of The Jim Pattison Group with ownership of over 14 million square feet of commercial property in Canada and the United States.

Your New Role
The Lease Administrator is a newly created position set to be an integral part of the leasing and asset management team. Reporting to the Real Estate Manager, the specified duties include the following: Preparation of documentation including leases, lease extensions, lease assignments and subleases, surrender agreements, amending agreements, and such other lease documentation as required; Assisting with negotiation of non-financial lease terms; Maintaining a lease documentation report tracking documentation flow from preparation through to execution and appropriate distribution; Tracking and arranging for payment of leasing fees; Tracking and obtaining tenant security deposits, letters of credit;
Obtaining required documentation for processing of tenant inducement payments; Maintaining and tracking tenant insurance expiries and obtaining current certificates of insurance as required; Maintaining
tenant files and ensure completeness of records; Liaise with tenants, solicitors, brokers and other real estate professionals, as required.

What Sets You Apart
The ideal candidate will possess a Post-secondary education with a real estate option or will have experience as a legal assistant or paralegal; Exposure to real estate documentation or commercial leasing
is preferred; You will be well versed in Word, Excel and Outlook; Experience with Yardi is an asset; You will have strong attention to detail and will be skilled at balancing multiple priorities within tight timelines; You will be known for maintaining a professional and efficient service at all times; You will be a highly organized self-starter with the ability to work independently under minimal supervision.

What You Can Expect
You can expect to work with a collaborative team of experienced and passionate real estate professionals. The diversity of work and opportunity to learn and advance make this a truly unique role. A competitive compensation package will be offered to the successful candidate.

Next Steps
For more information and to apply for this opportunity, please forward your resume to richard@highviewpartners.ca.

Abstract Developments - Development Manager

Abstract Developments (Abstract) is an award-winning, multi-family residential development company established and actively-operating in Victoria, BC. Under the leadership of company founder Mike Miller,
Abstract has successfully completed more than 500 homes to date and is widely-recognized as an innovative and design-focused community builder. The company’s commitment to create iconic spaces that enhance how people live directs every decision made by team members and company partners throughout each project’s lifecycle.

To support dozens of upcoming projects as well as continued corporate growth, Abstract seeks an experienced Development Manager to join their team. This is an opportunity to join an ambitious and talented team, to lead challenging projects, and to reside in one of the most desirable cities in the Pacific Northwest.

Southern Dakelh Nation Alliance

Employment Opportunites

Southern Dakelh Nation Alliance is a dynamic and growing Nation that demonstrates strong leadership in asserting inherent rights and title, supporting a vibrant economy, while sustaining a healthy natural environment.

In setting a direction and priorities within the strategic plan, SDNA leadership has taken into consideration each of the member community’s priorities and the challenges (political, economic, and environmental) facing the SDNA territory and emerging opportunities.
The leadership has identified the following six strategic priorities with specific objectives and possible actions that could be pursued over the next five years. We are also known as the Southern Carrier Nation. Both the Dakelh and the Tŝilhqot’in Nation are part of the Athapaskan language group. 

The strategic priorities include:

  • Exercising Rights and Title
  • Enhancing Health and Wellness
  • Stimulating Economic Development
  • Managing Natural Resources
  • Advancing Education and Training
  • Sustaining Governance and Organizational Resiliency