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#SUCCESS

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. 

Quick Links to Job Postings: 

ELMSFORD, NY
Leasing Representative
Director of Preconstruction
Legal Assistant
Regional Property Manager
Administrative Assistant - Real Estate Transactions
Financial Reporting Accountant
Acquisitions Analyst
Office Manager

Director of Leasing - Training and Development

 

ATLANTA, GA
Leasing Representative
VP of Leasing

 
BETHESDA, MD
Leasing Representative

 

ELMSFORD, NY AND ATLANTA, GA
Junior Property Accountant

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

DALLAS, TX
Leasing 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  
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
 
Legal Assistant

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 


ELMSFORD, NY
 
Regional Property Manager

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Regional Property Manager to join our Elmsford, NY office. The ideal candidate will embrace and embody our culture, which we refer to as #success and is defined 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. Reporting directly to the VP of Property Management of the Northeast, the Regional Property Manager will be responsible for below:

 

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and manage the day to day activities of multiple properties

  • Develop and manage expense budgets

  • Manage the centers within the approved budgets

  • Identify property maintenance requirements, solicit, review and negotiate maintenance contracts

  • Prepare and monitor monthly and quarterly reportss

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • Five years of experience managing retail shopping centers

  • Working knowledge of building systems and components

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

  • Ability to organize work, engage in a variety of tasks simultaneously and consistently meet deadlines

  • Effective oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate with all levels

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office software including Excel, Word and Outlook

  • Minimum of an Associate's degree required

  • Overnight travel required

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

  

ELMSFORD, NY
 
Administrative Assistant

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Administrative Assistant to join our Elmsford, NY office. This is a critical role that provides administrative support to the SVP of Real Estate & Environmental Affairs and will assist with department related tasks.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide administrative transaction support for acquisitions, financings and dispositions

  • Provide executive administrative support to include calendar management, booking travel, submitting expense reports, screening calls, & managing email correspondence
  • Maintain and modify department records
  • Maintain and update department trackers (Real Estate Transactions tracker & Consultant tracker)
  • Maintain department binders
  • Draft tenant notice letters

Desired Skills & Expertise:

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

  • Positive, can-do attitude, optimistic

  • Consummate team player

  • Trustworthy with the ability to keep information confidential

  • Proficiency in all MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)

  • Keen attention to detail

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 

  

ELMSFORD, NY
 
Financial Reporting Accountant

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Financial Reporting Accountant to join our Corporate HQ office in Elmsford, NY. Reporting directly to the Chief Accounting Officer, the Financial Reporting Accountant will work closely with the CAO to review, improve and implement sound accounting policies.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Manage, lead and train Property Accountants and junior accounting staff.

  • Complete involvement with all accounting and reporting functions of assigned portfolios, including reporting results internally and externally.
  • Beginning to end preparation and review of monthly financial statements as prescribed by the operating agreement.
  • Prepare monthly property reporting packages incorporating data from legal, construction, leasing, asset management and property management.
  • Be able to work within set time constraints and strictly adhere to and be aware of deadlines and due dates.
  • Develop, maintain and provide information to asset management, acquisitions/dispositions, and any other related parties
  • Interact with counterparts of DLC's joint venture partners in the presentation of financial reports, information and inquires.
  • Work with the JV Property accountants to fully understand significant operation related events, such as but not limited to tenant turnover, TI, Capex, and other material expenditures or changes to current and future expectations.
  • Review general ledger and trial balances for completeness and accuracy.

Responsible for cash flow and budget management of assigned entities, including but not limited to current and future cash projections. This also includes working with the controller, CM and PM on lender and or self funding of expenditures.

Interact and maintain communication with lenders and prepare lender debt compliance of portfolio properties as well as legacy entities as assigned.

Participate in the review and preparation of annual budgets.

Work with outside auditors to complete annual audits and tax returns including the preparation of annual financial statements.

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 5+ years of experience in public accounting

  • 5+ years of experience preparing financial statements

  • Previous experience in audit and tax preferred

  • Ability to multi-task and be able to simultaneously manage multiple portfolios and or entities

  • Must have strong analytical capabilities to prepare and present variance analysis both internally and externally

  • Knowledge and understanding of all accounting functions of the company

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 

  

ELMSFORD, NY
 
Acquisitions Analyst

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking an Acquisitions Analyst to join our Corporate HQ office located in Elmsford, New York. The Analyst will be actively involved with many facets of the acquisitions process in DLC's growing retail CRE portfolio. The position will serve as support to the entire acquisitions and capital markets teams, providing the opportunity to work with senior management on a daily basis as well as collaborating with the asset management, construction management, property management, leasing, legal and accounting departments. The ideal candidate will be energetic and motivated to learn, with a strong analytical background and excellent communication skills.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Acquisitions team in underwriting and modeling cash flow projections for new acquisitions, dispositions, recapitalizations, and refinancings utilizing Argus and Microsoft Excel

  • Perform financial analyses including discounted cash flows, sensitivities, investment returns, joint-venture waterfalls, and ongoing portfolio management
  • Supporting senior management with all analytical and transactional aspects of an acquisition including underwriting, due diligence, market research, financing, closing
  • Keep track of US retail markets in order to formulate market leasing assumptions and appropriate cap rates from comparable sales and market data
  • Assist in the drafting and preparation of detailed investment memoranda
  • Help with questions and ad-hoc requests from joint venture partners and lenders.
  • Assist with the review of legal related documents including leases, loan documents, management agreements, franchise agreements, etc.
  • Management and tracking of the investment pipeline

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 1-3 years of full-time experience in finance, real estate, or accounting or with similar real estate underwriting skills

  • High proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Power Point and Argus

  • Basic understanding of real estate valuation methodologies including internal rates of return (IRR) and discounted cash flow analysis

  • Superior written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work effectively with individuals at all levels of the company

  • Strong analytical skills and reasoning abilities

  • Willingness to take initiative and complete projects independently in a timely fashion without excessive oversight

  • Outstanding work ethic and attention to detail

  • Strong interest in real estate and willingness to learn

  • Bachelor's degree required

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 

  

ELMSFORD, NY
 
Office Manager

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking an Office Manager to join our Corporate HQ office in Elmsford, NY. The Office Manager will own day-to-day operations, making sure that everything office related is running smoothly and efficiently. Specific responsibilities include:

 

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as main point of contact for all internal and external office related questions

  • Manage all office supply orders and maintain inventory of supplies
  • Manage all DLC swag orders and maintain inventory of swag
  • Act as liaison between our office related vendors (WB Mason, Cannon, Fedex, etc.) and DLC employees
  • Act as liaison between DLC employees and building property management staff
  • Assist with Wellness Wednesdays to include ordering healthy snacks and scheduling weekly yoga classes
  • Assist with company events including department summits, beer/wine Fridays, team building events, etc.
  • Handle telecommunications and office security for all employees, specifically for new hires
  • Create and maintain calendar for meetings in conference rooms
  • Ad hoc office projects

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 3-5 years of experience in an office setting; office management preferred

  • Self-directed, motivated, and always looking for efficiencies in processes/procedures

  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize

  • Detail oriented and organized

  • High sense of urgency

  • High energy

  • Proactive in anticipating needs of the office

  • Dependable and resourceful

 

Please submit resume to jklein@dlcmgmt.com 

 

  

ELMSFORD, NY
 
Director of Leasing - Training and Development

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies, is seeking a Director of Leasing - Training and Development. Are you inspired by great leaders like Mike Krzyzewski, Nick Saban, and Elon Musk? Do you geek out over the idea of training and developing people? If so, this position is for you!

The Director of Leasing Training and Development is a newly created, critical role that will provide training and coaching to junior leasing talent within the Leasing department. DLC has a passion for training and developing people. A deep-rooted belief that tomorrow's #success will be achieved by growing people. The ideal candidate will have a passion for people, and a desire to help others reach their potential. This candidate will need deal making experience in an effort to train and develop the team. However, this candidate's primary role will not be deal making and the core responsibility will be training and growing the junior leasing representatives to be seasoned dealmakers. This will be done through in and out of office training. The training will be real world and value add to the organization because they will be on projects that the leasing team needs assistance on. The ideal candidate is team focused, highly goal-oriented and passionate about the professional development of others.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for recruiting, hiring, and developing junior leasing talent (primarily out of college)
  • Use the DLC Management, Corporation training program to develop junior leasing talent so that they get promoted to leasing representatives on one of the internal leasing teams at DLC Management, Corporation.
  • Educate, train, and motivate the junior leasing team with in and out of office training
  • Work on small special projects to assist the internal leasing teams. Most of the projects will be multi-week small shop prospecting projects.
  • Develop the team's core prospecting strategies such as cold calling, emailing, and door to door physical canvassing.
  • Develop new and innovative prospecting strategies such as social selling.
  • Manage, train, and coach 4-6 Junior Leasing Representatives
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 5-7 years of leasing experience required (retail experience preferred)

  • Consistent prospecting record

  • Strong desire to manage, coach and train others (previous experience strongly preferred)

  • Passion for leasing local mom and pop shops

  • Ability to travel

  • Goal oriented

  • High energy with the ability to navigate in a face paced environment

  • Optimistic attitude with the ability to inspire others

  • Ability to take on a newly created role and create a training program in conjunction with DLC best practices

 

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 

 


ATLANTA, GA
 
VP of Leasing

DLC Management Corporation, one of the nation's preeminent private retail real estate companies is seeking a VP of Leasing to join our Atlanta office. This is a unique opportunity that allows this individual to manage a team of leasing representatives while also being a dealmaker. As a direct report of the SVP of Leasing, the VP of Leasing will work with Senior Management to establish performance goals and strategic leasing initiatives.

Objectives and Responsibilities of the Vice President of Leasing:

Leasing Strategy:The VP of Leasing plays a strategic role in building innovative leasing strategies that are focused on executing property level business plans while consistently cultivating relationships with new and existing retailers on a local, regional, and national basis. The VP of leasing will lead by example in implementing an aggressive prospecting strategy which will include new and innovative ways to get in front of today's retailers.


The VP of leasing reviews existing leasing strategies and weighs them against results in order to identify areas of improvement and subsequently relays this information to senior management for consideration and approval. In this capacity, the VP of Leasing creates comprehensive and compelling strategic proposals that challenge the status-quo and articulates them to senior management for consideration.


Managing and Team Development: The VP of Leasing is a player coach, and therefore portfolio performance is not only predicated on the performance of the VP of Leasing, but also the performance of the direct reports to the VP of Leasing. The VP of Leasing will be responsible for goal setting with the respective leasing reps that report to him/her. The VP of Leasing will work to inspire, grow and develop the leasing representatives. The VP of Leasing will work with Senior Management on creating, maintaining and fostering a culture that is engaging, enjoyable, and inspirational. The VP of leasing will constantly be recruiting and building a bench of talent inspired to work at DLC Management Corporation.


Analytics: The VP of leasing will have a foundational understanding of capital markets, lease structures, construction, and an ability to problem solve through the economics of lease transactions. The VP of leasing will be able to create merchandising plans that meet the business plans of our properties. The VP of leasing will be able to analyze trends, and adapt in order to meet property level needs.


Industry Participation: The VP of Leasing also has a duty to represent the business beyond the leasing department. The VP of leasing participates in tradeshows, sales workshops, seminars, and events on behalf of the business. This is for the purpose of collecting qualified leads and pertinent leasing information as well as keeping up with market trends in order to ensure that the business does not lag behind other players. The VP of leasing is an ambassador of the organization.

This is also for the purpose of establishing the business as a thought leader in the market, gaining the respect and trust of consumers and competitors alike. At this capacity, the VP of Leasing will serve on industry boards and committees when appropriate and maintain membership in local, national, and international industry organizations.

Collaboration: The VP of Leasing also plays a collaborative role, partnering with other departments to ensure that everyone is on the same page on each project. The VP of leasing in this collaborative role will quarterback the transactions in its portfolio, from cold call to store opening, to ensure that the deal gets done efficiently and open as soon as possible to get to rent commencement.

Other Duties: The VP of leasing also performs other duties as are necessary in the execution of business plans such as reporting, company events, and other functions.

 

Desired Skills & Expertise:

  • 10-15 years of leasing experience within shopping center space

  • Majority of experience leasing and working on landlord side

  • Proven Deal Sheet

  • Pre-existing retailer and other tenant relationships

  • Have extensive 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 to all levels of the organization

  • Be assertive without being abrasive

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

  • Experience managing others

 

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  
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

 

DALLAS, TX  
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 

 

 

 

 

 
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