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At Woodmont, you have the opportunity to make an impact from day one as part of a close-knit, high-performance team – all while benefiting from a firm that prioritizes your professional development.

Our top priority is to find employees who are knowledgeable, creative, intuitive, versatile, and, above all else, believe in a client-centric focus.

We seek people that understand that our business is about relationships, not transactions. After all, we may develop and manage properties, but we invest in people.

If you are seeking a career, not just a job, with an industry leader in retail real estate that is making a difference in Texas and across the nation, please send your resume gpumphrey@woodmont.com

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Position: Senior Vice President – Investment Sales
Location: Ft. Worth, TX 76107

The Woodmont Company is seeking a Senior Vice President of Investment Sales, with a minimum of 10 years of investment sales experience, to lead the Investment Sales platform as part of the Brokerage team. Responsibilities will include advising clients and customers in the execution of the investment sales transaction process, including the preparation of BOV’s, market research, retail trends analysis, and transaction due diligence, marketing the Company’s exclusive investment sales listings to qualified buyers, networking and securing new client relationships to create new business opportunities, preparing and negotiating RFPs, exclusive listing agreements, and purchase and sales agreements, maintaining an active CRM database, maintain current knowledge of the industry, tax and legislative regulations, affecting the purchase and sale and investment of real estate. The ideal candidate will have specific transaction experience across the country associated with enclosed regional malls, open air centers, and outlet centers, a Bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited university with an emphasis on real estate or finance, have a Texas Real Estate Sales license, have knowledge in Argus and Microsoft Excel.

Position: Maintenance Technician
Location: Fort Worth, TX 76107

Responsibilities:
The maintenance candidate will maintain and repair electrical, plumbing, ventilation and other building systems in our shopping centers. They may be responsible for evaluating problematic systems or facilities and determining what installation or repair services need to be performed.

  • Be organized and work independently. Engage in training to ensure proper job skills.
  • Basic day porter tasks.
  • Maintain the proper inventory of tools.
  • Responsible for making sure replacement parts and tools are maintained at adequate levels and that garage or shop areas are neatly organized, clean and safe.
  • Responsible for all aspects of property maintenance.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills & Characteristics of this Candidate:

  • An individual who enjoys the challenge of troubleshooting and correcting mechanical and electrical issues.
  • An individual who works well on his own and can identify and respond to issues that need correcting.
  • A strong customer focus and the desire to provide a high level of service are also key elements to success in this position.

Additional Detailed Description of Duties:

  • Plumbing: includes the repair, replacement or installation of faucets, pipes, hot water tanks, toilets, garbage disposals, dishwashers, water-dispensing refrigerators, and washing machines.
  • Electrical: includes the repair, replacement or installation of power switches, fuses, wall sockets, ceiling lights, ceiling fans, climate control systems, and garage doors openers.
  • Drywall repair: includes filling in small holes caused by nails and minor dings from normal wear and tear–most commonly performed between the time a tenant vacates a unit and a new renter assumes occupancy.
  • Painting: includes minor touch-ups following damage repair and new coats of paint applied to unit walls between the time a tenant vacates a unit and a new renter assumes occupancy.
  • Appliance repair: includes the repair, replacement or installation of major household appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers, range ovens, washers and dryers, hot water tanks, and air conditioners.
  • Grounds keeping: includes mowing grass, pulling weeds, trimming and pruning trees and shrubs, watering lawns and plants, replacing light bulbs along pathways and parking areas, sweeping or raking leaves, and tidying up bark or other ground covering.
  • Cleaning/housekeeping: includes maintaining a tidy appearance in shared community locations, such as the leasing office lobby, clubhouses, and fitness or recreational areas–also includes cleaning fixtures, floors and other surfaces in vacated units before new renters assume occupancy.
  • Snow removal: includes shoveling, blowing or plowing snow away from covered walkways and driveways, and laying down rock salt atop icy surfaces to prevent slipping.
  • Customer service: includes professional, prompt and courteous correspondence with renters when scheduling and providing maintenance services, and with contracted vendors that provide additional facility services.
  • Time management: includes maintaining an organized scheduling and tracking system, usually on a computer, to effectively complete all maintenance requests in a timely manner and in the order by which they were received or by level of urgency.

Minimum Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • A minimum of 2 years of general maintenance experience required. Experience troubleshooting electrical or mechanical problems, maintaining inventory levels.
  • Technical training is also preferred in the areas of electrical, mechanical, plumbing and other related fields. Formal training may be considered as substitution for experience requirements.
  • Basic computer skills will also contribute to success.
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Valid auto insurance
  • Background Check
  • Truck or small SUV. (Position requires use of personal vehicle. Trucks seem to work best for this position. Company pays mileage at rate of .535)

Company Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental Benefits
  • 401k (Company Matches 4% of salary)
  • Company provided cell phone
  • Vacation/Sick time

Position: Operations Director
Location: Columbia Gorge Mall Troutdale, Oregon

Responsibilities:
The Operations Director will supervise the daily on-site management and operations for property and position reports to Regional Manager and Vice President-Property Management.

  • Manage the property’s expenses within budget.
  • Prepare specifications and supervise the bidding of service contracts for property in addition to providing oversight.
  • Review monthly financial reports and communicate with corporate management.
  • Prepare monthly property management report for submission to corporate management prior to forwarding to property ownership.
  • Coordinate with the Director of Lease Administration and on-site Office Administrator for the billing and collecting of tenant rents.
  • Coordinate with the Office Administrator for the preparation and timely delivery of all other reports required and requested by clients and/or corporate offices.
  • Assist Office Administrator, as needed, to generate and distribute tenant activity notice reports.
  • Ensure that after-hours property inspection and lighting inspections performed monthly.
  • Operate the center so as to minimize loss and increase safety within the center.
  • Communicate with regulatory agencies as needed.
  • Maintain and provide reports (ADA, fire inspections, traffic counters, etc.) for the mechanical and structural condition of the property while keeping corporate informed.
  • Work with janitorial, maintenance and security contractor’s staff to maintain the common areas of the property to ensure maximum “curb appeal” and proper preventative maintenance.
  • Work proactively to maintain a safe environment. Working to identify and eliminate safety hazards to Mall staff, customers, and tenants.
  • Oversight for the fire safety program and support emergency and disaster operations protocol.
  • After obtaining accurate construction/repair bids, obtain corporate approval and preparation of contracts (as required) to sustain safe and reliable operation, provide prompt construction and repair of facilities.
  • Interprets engineering drawings and schematic diagrams.
  • Coordinate the construction management process for tenant finish-out work, in accordance with the lease agreement and other capital expenditures.
  • Oversee on-going service contractors, single-project contractors and (with corporate coordination), the work of contractors performing capital expenditures.
  • Purchase quality products at the lowest price.
  • Establish and maintain a positive relationship between tenants, Woodmont management and tenant’s corporate office.
  • Enforce rules and regulations regarding on going programs and lease violations.
  • Proactively handle tenant calls, concerns and complaints. Maintain positive relations with tenants through frequent interaction and effective follow through.
  • Resolve tenant lease and non-lease concerns related to facility operations.
  • Fulfill Manager on Duty rotation and manage day to day operations.

Other:

  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Work closely with all departments to achieve Woodmont’s expectations and goals.

Position: On-Site General Manager
Location: New England

Responsibilities:

The General Manager is responsible for supervising the daily on-site management and operations for property and reports to the Senior Property Manager.

  • Implement traffic generating events and promotions, when applicable, utilizing the common areas of the property.
  • Manage the property’s expenses within budget.
  • Prepare specifications and supervise the bidding of service contracts for each property.
  • Review monthly financial reports and communicate with corporate accounting.
  • Prepare monthly property management report for submission to ownership.
  • Coordinate with the Director of Lease Administration the billing and collecting of tenant rents.
  • Oversee the preparation and timely delivery of all other reports required and requested by clients and/or corporate offices.
  • Approve all bills for payment and administer petty cash.
  • Assist legal counsel in litigation matters.
  • Generate and distribute tenant activity notice reports.
  • Ensure that after-hours property inspection and lighting inspections performed monthly.
  • Operate each asset so as to minimize loss and increase safety within the center.
  • Communicate with regulatory agencies as needed.
  • Maintain and improve the mechanical and structural condition of the property.
  • Maintain the common areas of the property to ensure maximum “curb appeal.”
  • Provide prompt construction and repair of facilities after obtaining accurate construction and repair bids for decision-making purposes.
  • Coordinate the construction management process for tenant finish-out work, in accordance with the lease agreement.
  • Perform timely year-end reconciliation of tenant operating expense billings and initiate the proper credit or debit; follow up to ensure collection of all year-end excess billings.
  • Perform mid-year reforecast of tenant operating expense billings and adjust tenant billings as necessary for the balance of the year.
  • Purchase quality products at the lowest price.
  • Establish and maintain a positive relationship between tenants, Woodmont management and tenant’s corporate office.
  • Enforce rules and regulations regarding on going programs and lease violations.
  • Proactively handle tenant calls, concerns and complaints.
  • Coordinate with the Director of Lease Administration to ensure that proper and current certificates of insurance are maintained by tenants, contractors and vendors.
  • Coordinate with the Director of Lease Administration to ensure that tenants are maintaining their HVAC units in accordance with their lease agreement.
  • Coordinate with the Director of Lease Administration to ensure that applicable tenants are submitting sales reports timely and that the proper percentage rents are being billed and collected.
  • Work closely with all departments to achieve Woodmont’s expectations and goals.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position: Senior & Junior Level Brokers
Location: Newport Beach, CA

The Woodmont Company is seeking both senior level and junior level brokers to expand it’s retail tenant representation platform and project leasing platform for California shopping center assets.

Job Description:

  • Identify, qualify and secure expanding retailer clients through canvassing, cold calling and networking events.
  • Perform strategic planning, market analysis, site identification, site analysis, lease negotiation and transaction management.
  • Maintain and update prospect/deal activity regularly.
  • Conduct market research
  • Maintain consistent, professional verbal and written client communication.
  • Oversee the creation and updating of market materials through coordination with internal marketing department.
  • Participation in various ICSC conferences and regional trade events.
  • Perform all other duties assigned.

Qualifications:

  • 2-3 years commercial retail brokerage experience with existing accounts preferred.
  • California Real Estate License required.
  • Must be self-motivated, sales driven, and thrive in a dynamic commission–based entrepreneurial business.
  • Must be professional with excellent communication, interpersonal and follow–up skills.
  • Ability to travel and work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills, analytical and technical skills.
  • Results–oriented with the highest level of personal integrity.
  • Ability to multi–task in a fast paced environment.
  • Creative and innovative approach to solving problems and resolving issues.
  • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and ability to work with database systems.

Compensation:

  • Competitive splits and unlimited upside potential.
  • Potential for equity benefits and share of the division’s profits.
  • Guaranteed monthly compensation. Amount negotiable.

Position: Construction Project Manager
Location: Fort Worth, Texas

This position will lead and/or assist project pursuits and conceptual designs of projects.  Upon Company’s commitment to project, candidate will orchestrate a smooth transition from pre- development to development.  This position will work closely with owners, architects, engineers and will be fully engaged in the project from beginning to end.  Maintaining a budget and schedule will be most important.  Effectively communicating with contractor and ensuring Woodmont’s high performance standards will be vital.

It will be required that you demonstrate your experience and expertise in the field.  Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or related discipline are strongly preferred.  Equivalent education will be required with a minimum of eight to ten years’ experience.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee pre-development and estimating efforts
  • Review geotechnical report
  • Plan and assist in the pre-development strategy meetings with owners
  • Effectively and efficiently lead team and maintain strong relations with contractors, sub -contractors, consultants and vendors
  • Manage the design process from schematic to CD’s
  • Pre-development reporting during development meeting with Woodmont staff
  • Budgets – Meet bottom line financial targets
  • Maintain pre-development project schedules
  • Contract negotiations with contractors and consultants
  • Represent company at City Council Meetings
  • Supervise and coordinate contractors/subcontractors
  • Obtain regulatory permits with architects and engineers
  • Plans submittal and permits issuance
  • Direct and coordinate consultants
  • Ensure compliance of plans with landlord’s work and tenant lease
  • Establish and maintain project goals
  • Plat processing and timing
  • Coordination of utilities
  • Review insurance requirements for all contractors and consultants
  • Perform site visits
  • Coordinate state highway access and future improvements
  • Keep team members and management apprised of project progress

Minimum Requirements:

Candidate must possess extensive knowledge of commercial retail construction, design, and cost.  Will serve as primary lead person on pre-development with minimum supervision. Must be task and detail oriented with timely follow through. Candidate will succeed if they are results oriented and take a methodical approach towards obtaining goals and objectives.

Candidate must be prepared for flexible work hours and travel as needed. Organizational and analytical skills must be strong. Solid inter personal skills with an ability to confidently interface with clients and executives across all levels of the organization and the industry. Prior supervisory experience with construction and pre-development is essential along with the ability to develop business with existing and new clients and customers.

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