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DLC defines #success as working together to create a personally rewarding, productive, respectful, profitable, thoroughly enjoyable place to work with a company that seeks to maximize growth and profitability. Successful candidates will embrace and embody this culture and this drive for successful outcomes. 

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ELMSFORD, NY
Leasing Representative
Project Administrator
Director of Preconstruction
Legal Assistant

ATLANTA, GA
Leasing Representative
 

BETHESDA, MD
Leasing Representative

TARRYTOWN, NY AND ATLANTA, GA
Accounts Receivable Clerk
Junior Property Accountant

ELMSFORD, NY AND BETHESDA, MD
Salaried Entry Level Sales Representative

 

If you have a strong work ethic and an entrepreneurial spirit, enjoy tackling new challenges, and have a passion for improvement, you may have the skills to succeed at DLC. As we continue to expand our portfolio and operations, new opportunities frequently arise in our headquarters and regional offices for select professionals who are focused on succeeding.

We offer competitive compensation and a full range of benefits, with opportunities to garner additional responsibility and rewards commensurate with your performance. Please review our current employment opportunities and contact the appropriate department or individual to be considered as an employment candidate.

 

CAREERS AT DLC:


ELMSFORD, NY  
Leasing Representative

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Leasing Representative to join our Elmsford office.  This individual will work with Senior Management to establish a strategic leasing plan for each center that they are responsible for leasing, and focus the majority of their time on executing that plan by aggressively procuring new tenants for the shopping centers.

Responsibilities:

  • Cultivates new and maintains existing relationships with desirable prospective tenants including national retailers, regional retailers, and Mom & Pops.

  • Leases new space, develops and executes creative and aggressive leasing strategies which may include new leases as well as renewals.

  • Aggressively and proactively looks for new tenants to fill vacant spaces by cold calling, warm calling, eblasts, mailings, and in person canvassing.

  • Qualifies potential tenants by reviewing their financial statements, credit report, and checking references.

  • Negotiates lease terms that meet or exceed budgets and that address items including, but not limited to rent, term, extra charges, and construction allowances. Keeps immediate supervisor apprised as to all activities.

  • Communicates and coordinates with Construction/Property Management Department to ascertain construction estimates prior to deal submission.

  • Reviews industry publications and local market publications for information on the retail/shopping center industry as well as maintain local market intelligence.

  • Attends leasing conventions and other industry events to represent DLC Management Corp. and its properties.

  • Prepares center-by-center annual budgets for review and approval by Senior Management as well as leasing and merchandising plans.

  • Brings a perseverant and positive attitude to work every day, and is not flustered when things go wrong.

  • Can work well in teams, and displays excellent leadership qualities.

 

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 2 to 5 years leasing experience

  • Experience leasing and working at a landlord's office preferred. Will consider brokers or retailers

  • Proven Deal Sheet

  • Ability to relocate if deemed necessary

  • Pre-existing retailer and other tenant relationships

  • Have basic knowledge of deal structures and lease terminology.

  • Possess excellent negotiation and closing skills.

  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Ability to problem solve in difficult situations

  • Ability to multi-task, and handle many moving pieces at once

  • Ability to travel to properties frequently by car and plane

  • Efficiently organize, plan, schedule, and execute assigned tasks

  • Display the virtues of an ideal team player

  • Proficient in Word and Excel

  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing whether it be one-on-one or in large groups.

  • Be assertive without being abrasive

  • Be open to and willing to accept input and direction.

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 

 

ELMSFORD, NY
 
Project Administrator

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Project Administrator to join our Corporate office located in Elmsford, New York. Reporting directly into the SVP of Construction, this role represents the financial and legal arm of Project Administration for the Construction Department. The Project Administrator will be required to carry out responsibilities in accordance with established practices and as outlined below.

Responsibilities:

  • Support SVP of Construction

  • Support project team which includes Project Managers, Directors, Sr Directors & VPs

  • Handle vendor pre qualifications for architects, GCs, and Consultants/Engineers in order to determine if Vendors meet DLC requirements

  • Handle all necessary steps for bids/RFPs (requests for pricing)

  • Track and enter budgets into CRM and MRI

  • Prepare contracts for architects, GCs, Consultants/Engineers in collaboration with Project Management

  • Audit all change order requests in accordance with the contracts

  • Collect, file, track and maintain certificates of insurance for all active projects

  • Obtain and process all invoices through MRI

  • Handle lender draws- track projects that require lender draws and collaborate with Accounting and Asset Management to ensure all are coordinated.

  • Track all Construction Management projects

  • Prepare and distribute all weekly quarterly and annual financial reports

  • Manage job cost in MRI

  • Maintain and manage approved/active vendor list

  • Track, manage and project department CM fees

 

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • Post-secondary education, Bachelor's Degree in Business Accounting preferred

  • Highly process oriented and organized with strong attention to detail

  • Positive, can-do attitude, optimistic

  • Warm, welcoming and receptive

  • Decisive, self-motivated / self-starter

  • Strong desire and ability to learn

  • Consummate team player

  • Exceptionally customer centric

  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and multi-task

  • Strong communication and problem solving skills

  • Trustworthy, reliable, patient and professional

  • Proven work experience in a legal/financial administrative role

  • Relevant construction industry experience - practices & procedures

  • Knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, & Outlook) MS Project, Adobe Acrobat Pro, etc.

  • Experience with CRM and/or MRI a plus

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 



ELMSFORD, NY
 
Director of Preconstruction

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Director of Preconstruction to join our Corporate office located in Elmsford, NY. Reporting directly to the SVP of Construction, this position will lead DLC's preconstruction efforts and provide support to Leasing, Project Management, Project Administration & Project Coordination. The Director of Preconstruction will be required to carry out responsibilities in accordance with established practices and as outlined below.

Responsibilities:

  • Support all leasing deals from LOI, to estimate, to lease, through rent commencement

  • Support all acquisition deals from due diligence, to closing, through lease up

  • Generate due diligence reports and existing conditions surveys

  • Provide LOD drawings in partnership with consultants

  • Provide schematic and design development support with and without consultant involvement

  • Manage and provide precedent analysis data and feedback

  • Provide 'Good Working Order' estimates

  • Provide conceptual estimates based on precedent analysis, cost per sq. ft. , historical cost dataand contractor feedback

  • Provide scope reduction Analysis / Cost Savings / Value Engineering

  • Provide schedules for construction, development / milestone and phasing

  • Provide feasibility site logistics studies

  • Manage CRM and MRI budget approval process in partnership with Project Coordination & Administration

  • Participate in preparing bids and bid leveling and review packages once submitted

  • Participate and collaborate in negotiation process for contracts for architects, GC's and engineers

  • Participate in negotiation process for change order requests

  • Track Job Cost in MRI to compare estimates vs actuals for each project

  • Manage all preconstruction matters and act as liaison for Leasing Property Management and Acquisitions

  • Establish and maintain relationships with existing and new tenants, as well as architects, engineers and contractors

  • Manage and review tenant improvement package submissions

  • Proactively participate in Vendor sourcing and prequalification process

  • Manage historical cost database, change order database and CM fees

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • Bachelors or Master's degree in Construction Management, Engineering or Architecture

  • 10 years of construction estimating experience required

  • Positive, can-do attitude, optimistic

  • Consummate team player

  • Customer centric

  • Confident and assertive, yet humble and respectful, i.e. able to act with persuasion and respect and humility simultaneously

  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and multi-task

  • Strong communication, problem avoidance and problem solving skills

  • Long term thinker who is able to quickly grasp the big picture needs

  • Self-sufficient with a strong sense of urgency and able to prioritize

  • Advanced to expert Excel & Estimating software skills, intermediate to advanced knowledge of MS Office, MS Project, Adobe Acrobat Pro, etc.

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 

 

ELMSFORD, NY
 
Junior Paralegal

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Legal Assistant to join our Elmsford, NY office. The Legal Assistant's duties will include document review and processing, updating the lease transaction database, responding to inquiries regarding leases, preparation of billing reports, and providing other legal document support to the Legal Department. Willing to train the right candidate.

 

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Detail oriented, intelligent, and organized

  • Positive and professional demeanor

  • Able to work well in a fast paced environment that requires flexibility

  • Strong communication and writing skills

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel

  • Paralegal certificate and/or bachelors degree preferred

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 


ATLANTA, GA
 
Leasing Representative

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Leasing Representative to join our Atlanta office.  This individual will work with Senior Management to establish a strategic leasing plan for each center that they are responsible for leasing, and focus the majority of their time on executing that plan by aggressively procuring new tenants for the shopping centers.

Responsibilities:

  • Cultivates new and maintains existing relationships with desirable prospective tenants including national retailers, regional retailers, and Mom & Pops.

  • Leases new space, develops and executes creative and aggressive leasing strategies which may include new leases as well as renewals.

  • Aggressively and proactively looks for new tenants to fill vacant spaces by cold calling, warm calling, eblasts, mailings, and in person canvassing.

  • Qualifies potential tenants by reviewing their financial statements, credit report, and checking references.

  • Negotiates lease terms that meet or exceed budgets and that address items including, but not limited to rent, term, extra charges, and construction allowances. Keeps immediate supervisor apprised as to all activities.

  • Communicates and coordinates with Construction/Property Management Department to ascertain construction estimates prior to deal submission.

  • Reviews industry publications and local market publications for information on the retail/shopping center industry as well as maintain local market intelligence.

  • Attends leasing conventions and other industry events to represent DLC Management Corp. and its properties.

  • Prepares center-by-center annual budgets for review and approval by Senior Management as well as leasing and merchandising plans.

  • Brings a perseverant and positive attitude to work every day, and is not flustered when things go wrong.

  • Can work well in teams, and displays excellent leadership qualities.

 

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 3 to 7 years leasing experience

  • Experience leasing and working at a landlord's office preferred. Will consider brokers or retailers

  • Proven Deal Sheet

  • Ability to relocate if deemed necessary

  • Pre-existing retailer and other tenant relationships

  • Have basic knowledge of deal structures and lease terminology.

  • Possess excellent negotiation and closing skills.

  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Ability to problem solve in difficult situations

  • Ability to multi-task, and handle many moving pieces at once

  • Ability to travel to properties frequently by car and plane

  • Efficiently organize, plan, schedule, and execute assigned tasks

  • Display the virtues of an ideal team player

  • Proficient in Word and Excel

  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing whether it be one-on-one or in large groups.

  • Be assertive without being abrasive

  • Be open to and willing to accept input and direction.

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 



BETHESDA, MD
 
Leasing Representative

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Leasing Representative to join our Bethesda, MD office.  This individual will work with Senior Management to establish a strategic leasing plan for each center that they are responsible for leasing, and focus the majority of their time on executing that plan by aggressively procuring new tenants for the shopping centers.

Responsibilities:

  • Cultivates new and maintains existing relationships with desirable prospective tenants including national retailers, regional retailers, and Mom & Pops, as well as brokers.

  • Leases new space, develops and executes creative and aggressive leasing strategies which may include new leases as well as renewals.

  • Aggressively and proactively looks for new tenants to fill vacant spaces by cold calling, warm calling, eblasts, mailings, and in person canvassing.

  • Qualifies potential tenants by reviewing their financial statements, credit report, and checking references.

  • Negotiates lease terms that meet or exceed budgets and that address items including, but not limited to rent, term, extra charges, and construction allowances. Keeps immediate supervisor apprised as to all activities.

  • Communicates and coordinates with Construction/Property Management Department to ascertain construction estimates prior to deal submission.

  • Reviews industry publications and local market publications for information on the retail/shopping center industry as well as maintain local market intelligence.

  • Attends leasing conventions and other industry events to represent DLC Management Corp. and its properties.

  • Prepares center-by-center annual budgets for review and approval by Senior Management as well as leasing and merchandising plans.

  • Brings a perseverant and positive attitude to work every day, and is not flustered when things go wrong.

  • Can work well in teams, and displays excellent leadership qualities.

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 2 to 5 years leasing experience

  • Experience leasing and working at a landlord's office preferred. Will consider brokers or retailers

  • Proven Deal Sheet

  • Pre-existing broker, retailer and other tenant relationships

  • Have basic knowledge of deal structures and lease terminology.

  • Possess excellent negotiation and closing skills.

  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Ability to problem solve in difficult situations

  • Ability to multi-task, and handle many moving pieces at once

  • Ability to travel to properties frequently by car and plane; overnight travel required 50%+

  • Efficiently organize, plan, schedule, and execute assigned tasks

  • Display the virtues of an ideal team player

  • Proficient in Word and Excel

  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing whether it be one-on-one or in large groups.

  • Be assertive without being abrasive

  • Be open to and willing to accept input and direction.

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 



ELMSFORD, NY AND ATLANTA, GA
 
Accounts Receivable Clerk

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking an Accounts Receivable Clerk to join either our New York or Atlanta office. The desired candidate will be responsible for a broad range of cash application and accounts receivable functions providing overall business support for the portfolio of properties managed by our Company.

Responsibilities:

  • Apply daily cash and post to ledger.

  • Assist in monthly invoicing to tenants

  • Analyze accounts receivable aging and make collection calls as necessary for delinquencies in rent payments

  • Update collection notes in accounting software as needed

  • Work closely with individual property accountants in resolving invoice discrepancies, and researching tenant payments

  • Assist in the preparation of annual Common Area Maintenance, Real Estate Tax, and Insurance reconciliation billings

  • Communicate with legal department and property management to resolve outstanding tenant delinquencies

  • Assist with updating required tenant sales and insurance reporting

  • Provide weekly update to property accountants and managers on areas of concern regarding collections

  • Filing and organizing accounting and tenant related documents

  • Other accounting administrative duties as delegated

 

*Special projects as assigned

 

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • Undergraduate degree, major or minor in accounting a plus

  • Experience with cash application, accounts receivable and collections a plus

  • Knowledge of MRI accounting software a plus

  • Must have a team oriented mentality and enthusiastic work ethic

  • Must be able to work in a fast paced environment with strict deadlines

  • Must have the ability to prioritize, problem solve, and multitask

  • Must be organized, concise, detailed, flexible, and efficient

  • Must have excellent written communication, and interpersonal skills

  • Customer service orientation is a must

 

Please submit resume and cover letter to Jillian Klein at jklein@dlcmgmt.com

 

ELMSFORD, NY AND ATLANTA, GA
 
Junior Property Accountant

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Junior Property Accountant to join either our New York or Atlanta office. The desired candidate will be responsible for accounting, financial reporting, financial analysis and providing general business support for a portfolio of properties. It is highly desirous that the applicant be a self-starter and prior real estate accounting experience is a plus.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare monthly income tax and or GAAP based financial statements with analysis of actual to budget variances

  • Prepare monthly property reports encompassing data from legal, construction and operations groups

  • Responsible for lender debt compliance

  • Responsible for overseeing billing and collection of tenant rents

  • Assist in the resolution of tenant billing inquiries with legal group

  • Operating account, mortgage and escrow reconciliations on assigned properties

  • Maintain the general ledgers on assigned asset

  • Assist in preparation of annual budgets

  • Continuous interaction with leasing agents and property managers on assigned properties

  • Work with outside auditors to complete annual audits and tax returns

  • Act as a liaison between other departments and offices by answering inquiries

  • Special projects as required: due diligence on acquisitions, property set-up on acquisitions, new property software programs, etc.

  • Prepare year end CAM and Real Estate Tax escalation calculations and billings

 

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • Undergraduate Accounting Degree

  • Prior real estate industry experience

  • Strong IT skills - MRI knowledge a strong plus

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong analytical skills

  • Confident self-starter possessed with an analytical and inquisitive mind-set

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 


ELMSFORD, NY AND BETHESDA, MD
 
Salaried Entry Level Sales Representative

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Junior Leasing Representative to join our team in either our New York or Atlanta office. This is a full-time entry-level position working directly with the Senior Vice President of Leasing to assist in the leasing and management of our shopping centers. While learning the business, the candidate will play a critical role in attracting new tenants to lease spaces in our properties.

Responsibilities:

  • Identify prospective tenants and present leasing opportunities through cold calling and canvassing

  • Learn the fundamentals of retail real estate

  • Learn strategies that retailers use in site selection of shopping centers

  • Learn the different vernacular in commercial real estate

  • Assist with incoming leasing inquiries & sourcing/developing leads

  • Show available spaces to potential tenants

  • Assist in negotiating new lease proposals and lease renewals

  • Participate in planning and implementation of direct marketing campaigns

  • Maintain market awareness: prospective tenants, competing shopping centers, market rents and trends

  • Ability to travel at times overnight to our properties (travel expenses paid by company)

 

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • Recent college grads wanted

  • Ability to relocate to one of our four offices

  • Bachelor's Degree

  • Excellent sales, negotiation, and interpersonal communication skills

  • Ability to travel at times overnight to our properties (travel expenses paid by company)

  • Strong computer skills

  • Prior leasing experience is not required, however, 1 to 2 years of previous leasing, brokerage, or general sales experience is ok

 

Please submit resume and cover letter to jklein@dlcmgmt.com

 

 

 

 
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