Property Administrator with accounting / payroll / financial background
Your new company
In business for almost 60 years, this Canadian company manages an impressive portfolio comprised of primarily residential property with some commercial. The small, close knit team is based here in Vancouver and has been experiencing stable and steady growth - with this growth they are seeking to add a property administrator with strong accounting skills to the ranks.
Your new role
The Property Administrator will support the property management team as well as round out the existing administrative team. You will not only assist the property managers but also support payroll and accounting - this is a great opportunity for a well-rounded administrative generalist to gain experience in the property industry and stretch themselves professionally.
What you'll need to succeed
You will need to have at least one year of experience in the property industry working in an administrative capacity. You'll need to be proficient with the MS Office suite, computer literate and have experience working with Spectra property management software. Experience working in payroll and financial administration are both assets as is a background in accounting.
What you'll get in return
You will be offered a competitive salary and a position on a close knit team. Almost more importantly, this is an excellent opportunity to gain exposure to all administrative aspects of a property management company, work closely with more senior members of the team and grow through mentorship.
What you need to do now
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