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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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Vice President of Leasing


Asset Management Associate
Project Manager/Estimator - Northeast Region


Accounts Receivable Clerk


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. 



Vice President of Leasing

Working at DLC is defined as: #Success - Working together to create a personally rewarding, productive, respectful, profitable and enjoyable place to work.


This individual is responsible for leasing a portion of DLC Management's portfolio, and managing a team of professionals. The position is based in the Oak Brook, IL office. DLC Management is growing exponentially by purchasing value added real estate in markets throughout the Northeast, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Southeast; its current portfolio contains approximately 100 shopping centers. DLC is a great opportunity for the right leasing professional who wants to work with many of the traditional national open air center tenants as well as someone who takes a keen interest in the local retailer community. This individual will be a player coach; requiring the right candidate to be able to successfully balance the responsibilities in overseeing additional leasing staff as well as working on their own assets. This individual will work with Senior Management to establish a strategic leasing plan for all assets. The majority of their time will be dedicated to executing property level business plans by aggressively procuring new tenants for the shopping centers, and working with existing human capital to maximize potential.

Job Duties:

  • Manage leasing reps in the Oak Brook, IL office, and work to grow those individuals as dynamic value creators for the organization.

  • Cultivate new and maintain existing relationships with desirable prospective tenants including national, regional and franchisee driven retailers, along with local/entrepreneurial operators.

  • Lease new space, develop and execute creative and aggressive leasing strategies which will include new leases as well as renewals.

  • Aggressively and proactively look for new Tenants to fill vacant spaces by cold calling, warm calling, eblasts, mailings, and in person canvassing, along with attending industry (ICSC) dealmaking conferences.

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

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

  • Communicate and coordinate with Construction/Property Management Departments to ascertain construction estimates prior to deal submission.

  • Communicate and coordinate with Legal Department to have documents prepared incorporating the terms agreed upon and appropriate to the specific property.

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

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

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

  • Bring 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.


  • In depth knowledge of retail lease deal structures and lease terminology

  • Work well independently

  • Possess excellent negotiation and closing skills.

  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Strong leadership 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

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

  • Be a good team player

  • Strong leadership skills

  • 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.

  • Ability to change directions, and move forward as business plans change


  • Bachelor's Degree

  • 8 to 15+ years retail leasing experience

  • Must currently be working at a Retail Owner/Landlord, or have worked for a Landlord previously

Please email resume to: cressa@dlcmgmt.com


Asset Management Associate

A leading privately held owner and redeveloper of open air shopping centers nationwide is currently seeking an Associate to be located in its New York (Westchester County) corporate office.The ideal candidate will be energetic and motivated to learn, with a strong analytical background and excellent communication skills.

The Asset Management Associate will be involved in all facets of the asset, investment and joint venture of each asset within DLC's growing retail CRE portfolio. The position will serve as support to the Director of Asset Management but will collaborate with the acquisitions, construction management, property management, leasing, legal, and accounting departments. The role will be vital to supporting and building out the function of asset management.


  • Develop an understanding of the assets and business plans for the joint venture portfolio.

  • Maintain and regularly update Argus models to monitor asset performance throughout the asset redevelopment cycle in support of critical capital market events.

  • Develop a working knowledge of leases, loan documents, partnership agreements, and other agreements to assist with general responsibilities

  • Create, implement, and maintain various tracking criteria related to property operations and performance.

  • Develop & maintain sophisticated dashboards, financial models, templates and analyses.

  • Assist in performing refinancing analyses, valuations, sell/hold analyses, leasing NPV/NER, and other ad hoc analyses.

  • Review monthly financial reports, perform variance analysis, identify & report trends, red flags, etc.

  • Organize the preparation and review of annual property operating budgets and business plans for joint venture portfolio.

  • Prepare and update cash flow forecasts. Work on capital calls & distributions.


  • College degree in business or finance with related real estate experience.

  • Three to five year experience with an understanding of retail asset types

  • Strong skills in financial analysis and modeling - experience with Argus strongly preferred

  • Advanced Excel skills (VBA a plus)

  • Ability to collaborate with all departments to accomplish the team's objectives in a growing portfolio. The candidate must be hands-on and able to roll up his/her sleeves and pitch in on whatever needs to be done.

  • Proactive, energetic, creative disposition, capable of solving problems with resourcefulness. The individual must have well developed interpersonal and communications skills. A high sense of urgency is a key attribute to the role. The successful candidate will embody professionalism and personal integrity.

Project Manager/Estimator - Northeast Region

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation’s leading privately held real estate companies is actively seeking a qualified candidate to fill the role of Project Manager/Estimator – NE Region. We are looking for an individual with great understanding of commercial construction, including knowledge of the building process and materials. Must have excellent communication and customer service skills and possess the ability to manage multiple projects. This position requires inspecting potential sites and existing properties to determine accurate estimates for the work.

Job Duties include (but not be limited to):

  • Cost estimates and bid scope formulation as well as bid reviews and related qualifications;

  • Formulate estimates for Leasing Department;

  • Bid review, contract negotiation and award of project

  • Formulation of contract documents;

  • Project Management – to include set up of project schedules and project payable schedules;

  • Interface with consultants, contractors, tenants and municipal agencies


  • 2-5 years retail project management or estimating experience

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Project

Please email resume and salary history to: kblake@dlcmgmt.com


Accounts Receivable Clerk

Job Summary:

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's leading privately held real estate companies, is seeking to hire an Accounts Receivable Clerk due to the continued growth and expansion of its asset portfolio. The position will be based in our Tarrytown ( midtown 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.

Specific Job 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


Minimum Qualification and Expierience: 

  • 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 cover letter and resume to ltu@dlcmgmt.com




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