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Job Locations SG-Singapore
As a Building Manager with Hines, you will have full responsibility and commensurate authority for the management of all maintenance and operations functions, budget, and assigned personnel at an industrial tenanted property. The role is responsible for maintaining the highest level of customer service by responding to client and tenant service requests, scheduling preventative maintenance, providing support to other internal departments, and all business unit administrators. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    - Develop and maintain ethical, professional, and courteous relations with site occupants, tenants, contractors, and clients. - Handle the administration and management of all activities related to building operation and maintenance, cleaning, and client service requests, including ensuring that proper insurance certificates and risk assessments are on file for all vendors working on site. - Manage all service contracts related to the operation and maintenance of the building. - Ensure proper standard of care for all physical facilities, with high emphasis on Landlord lease-related operational obligations, water tightness conditions, safety, risk management and business continuity. - Oversee the health and safety management, ensuring compliance to Hines standards as well as local statutory obligations and code requirements. - Manage all client and tenant requests and communication; ensure these are processed correctly, properly recorded in the work order system, and completed on a timely basis. - Develop and maintain positive relations with all occupying business units. Meet with the tenant contact or business unit representatives on a regular basis, to dispense information related to facility support and solicit input. - Support project managers for construction, CAPEX, end of life replacements and move projects including the provision for freight elevator scheduling, and construction cleaning. - Coordinate efforts to ensure effective resolution of issues affecting both the building and the tenant. - Inspect all facilities, identify faults and discrepancies, and coordinate repairs. - Ensure that there are no major risks associated with public liability, fire and lift safety, essential services, non-essential services, the staff and office and contractors.  This includes addressing all issues within the appropriate timeframes and ensuring the clients risk management plan is in place for the asset. - Provide information and direct input in operational expense activities, including budget preparation (including capital expenditures), financial planning, and variance analysis. Provide economic justification for expenses including tendering for large purchases and preparing tender evaluations. - Plan and procure relevant maintenance services of all Building, Fire Safety Systems including ensuring adequate inventory of spare parts and consumables. - Responsible for the fire safety systems including supervising the appointed Senior/Fire Safety Manager. - Review Fire Safety procedures and emergency responses (Evacuation, Fire Fighting, In-place Protection, ERP etc.), set up the Certified  Emergency Response Teams (CERT). - Support the finance team to ensure proper and timely payment of all accounts payable including the coding, verification of accuracy, approval, and forwarding for payment. - Submit monthly required reporting for the site, including metrics, project accomplishments, and open issues. - Develop and manage annual budgets and monthly variance reporting for the site. - Review and approve vendor invoicing ensuring all required back-up has been provided. - Comply with all company, client, regional policies, and standards.  - Collaborate with internal teams to develop a site-specific tenant satisfaction plan.
Job ID
2024-11656
Category
Development
Job Locations DK-Copenhagen
What we’re seeking:   The Hines Nordics: Director – Asset Manager is responsible for all aspects of the assets held under management by Hines Nordics including developing and executing real estate investment business plans and strategies. The role involves strategic planning, market analysis, leasing, understanding financial metrics, negotiation, budgeting CAPEX oversight and effective people management. - Preparation of asset management strategies and business plans for potential investments. - Completing strategic asset management initiatives to improve the Nordic portfolio: refurbishments, redevelopment, lease negotiations, CAPEX projects. - Budget planning and recommending the annual budget to the investor. - Managing the preparation and submittal of assigned reporting to management and investors. - Ensuring on-time and on-budget delivery of all strategic decisions. - Managing third parties including external property managers, lawyers, valuers, and leasing agents. - Participating in the analysis and operationalisation of the ESG impact on the property sector and taking relevant decisions. - Ensuring rents are optimised through lease churn and renegotiation. - Collaborating with the Nordics acquisitions team to refine underwriting and benchmark previous Nordic investment experiences. - Managing a management services team of 4 people, including completion of requisite training – (e.g. Professional development, Hines Experience Academy, Customer Relationship Management) to deliver on all required workstreams of our operating portfolio. - Securing third party management services work. - Working jointly with Hines’ regional teams to evaluate and agree strategy for each asset. - Generally supporting senior team members in strategy formation and execution. - Upholding Hines’ ethical standards through meticulous compliance.
Job ID
2024-11654
Category
Development
Job Locations KR-Seoul
As an Analyst within the Business Generation team at Hines Korea, you are an integral part in executing the Hines standard of acquiring and developing landmark real estate projects that deliver lasting value to our investors. This dynamic role will engage stakeholders at all parts of the investment and development process from forming intentional relationships with local business owners to executing presentations to an audience of global investors. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:   - Help identify new market opportunities and perform feasibility, economic and financial analysis - Support the due diligence process for new acquisitions and developments - Participate in the management of acquisition and development projects including underwriting model maintenance, delivering key return metrics for decision-making, financing, design, contracting, and leasing support - Participate in the asset management of properties by overseeing leasing, capital projects, tenant/investor relations, and disposition
Job ID
2024-11652
Category
Development
Job Locations US-FL-Fort Lauderdale
As a Director - Development with Hines, you are responsible for managing multiple real estate development and/or redevelopment projects in the South Florida Region. Your primary responsibility will be to serve as the project manager of a mixed-use project in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The project includes two (2) multifamily towers, one (1) office building, one (1) central parking garage, 5.6-acres of site work and various open spaces. Ultimately, you will be responsible and accountable for the project’s adherence to schedule and budget, delivery, marketing, and coordination of lease-up activities. From time-to-time, you will also assist senior management with various aspects of new business generation and investment. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    Project Management: - Execute, fine tune, and manage the business plan to ensure adherence to schedule and budget, delivery, marketing, and coordination of lease-up activities. - Coordinate with construction team throughout construction to verify a smooth project delivery and ensure that all assumptions are maintained. - Facilitate correspondence between construction and design teams. - Participate in investor relationship management and reporting. - Conduct weekly coordination meetings between construction and the project team to keep the project on track and address any issues that arise. - Update and track all proforma/budget changes throughout the project and maintain monthly updates to senior management through project completion. - Refine the business plan including design changes, cost estimates, and permitting to minimize impact of change orders. - Maintain, fine tune, and refine comprehensive critical path schedules for the project. - Complete inspections and review legal documents and development agreements to maintain adherence to commitments made. - Oversee project funding and disbursement requirements in conjunction with project accountants. - Coordinate with the project team on any loan requirements throughout the process. - Maintain, acquire, and organize all documents for final project close-out, including the completion of the project closeout summary; keep track of all permits, certificates of occupancy, as-builts, inspection confirmations, letters of credit, right-of-way dedications, and post bonds that are required to obtain certificates of occupancy. - Coordinate achieved rents, concessions, and lease-up schedule throughout the lease-up process to verify accuracy of the pro forma. - Coordinate with the office and retail leasing teams on premises delivery, leasing assumptions, and landlord space obligations; coordinate all landlord requirements to the project team. - Coordinate with Property Management and Asset Management on project turnover.  - Acting as an Owner’s representative, develop relationships and maintain communication and interface with all relevant parties including public agencies, community groups, and joint venture partners. - Assist in the planning of Phase 2 which includes the development and delivery of one (1) additional multifamily or office building, with associated parking and ground floor retail. - Position for sale when timing is appropriate.   Managing Others: - Demonstrate effective management, leadership, coaching and development of staff to achieve company and project team goals and objectives. - Ensure goals and objectives are established for all staff within designated timeframes. - Ensure job responsibilities and expectations are clearly defined and communicated, work is assigned and distributed appropriately, staff is appropriately trained, and performance issues are addressed in a timely manner. - Regularly provide formal and informal feedback to team members including discussions of strengths and areas for improvement. - Complete well thought out and well documented performance reviews and annual salary recommendations within designated timeframes. - Ensure the project team has the appropriate technical skills, tools, and facilities to competently perform their roles.   For New Business Pursuits: - Assist Business Generation with various aspects of real estate development and investment of multiple real estate asset classes and product types. - Underwrite potential development opportunities. Analyze and review the market, zoning and site information through direct investigation and third-party consultants. - Source and pursue new development and investment opportunities. - Research potential land sites and coordinate with acquisition team. - Gain entitlements for development projects through governmental agencies, formulate strategies, and direct internal and external development teams as needed. - Perform all predevelopment activities including feasibility, design, layout and entitlement, permitting and due diligence. With senior management and consultant team, determine and program the scope, quality, and design of projects. - Work with senior management on the final development agreements and any easement agreements that need to be obtained. - During pre-acquisition or pre-development, coordinate all underwriting aspects and build project proforma including market research, municipal fees, site constraints, development budget, development schedule, construction budget, construction schedule, operating budget, and financial assumptions. - Manage multiple real estate development and/or redevelopment projects. - Develop and maintain development financial models. - Support project equity and debt activities.
Job ID
2024-11574
Category
Development
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
As a Director - Development with Hines, you are responsible for managing multiple real estate development and/or redevelopment projects. Director – Development is responsible and accountable for project financial results and investment returns for Hines and its co-investors. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    - Manage multiple real estate development and/or redevelopment projects - Research potential land/development sites and coordinate with acquisition team - During pre-acquisition coordinate all underwriting aspects and build project proformas: market research, municipal requirements, zoning, entitlements, site constraints, development budget, development schedule, construction budget, construction schedule, operating budget, and financial assumptions - Gain entitlements for development projects through governmental agencies, formulate strategies, and direct internal and external development teams as needed - Perform all predevelopment activities including feasibility, oversee design, layout and entitlement, permitting and due diligence. With senior management and consultant team determine and program the scope, quality and design of projects - Work with senior management on the final development agreements and any easement agreements that need to be obtained - Coordinate with team members on any loan requirements throughout the process - Complete inspections and review legal documents related to property acquisitions and sales including purchase agreements, title and survey, government agreements and closing exhibits - Execute and refine business plan (process entitlements and position for joint venture or sale; process entitlement and perform vertical construction). Develop and refine plans, designs, cost estimates, permitting and projects timelines during the pre-construction period - Coordinate with Property Management and Asset Management on operating budget assumptions, including rents and concessions, and lease-up schedule throughout the lease-up process to verify accuracy of the underwriting assumptions - Conduct coordination meetings between construction management team members and Property Management to keep the project on track and address any issues that arise - Update and track al proforma/budget changes throughout the project and maintain monthly updates to senior management from inception through project completion - Responsible for maintaining and acquiring all documents for final project close-out, including keeping track of all outstanding letters of credit or bond that needed to be posted - Develop relationships with landowners, developers, civic and community groups and government agencies conducive to originating, supporting or processing new opportunities Managing Others: - Manage and direct the career development of team - Ensure team has the appropriate technical skills, tools and facilities to competently perform their roles - Manage employee performance through the Company’s performance review process - Demonstrate effective management, leadership, coaching and development of staff to achieve Company and project team goals and objectives - Ensure goals and objectives are established for all staff within designated timeframes - Ensure job responsibilities and expectations are clearly defined and communicated, work is assigned and distributed appropriately, staff is appropriately trained, and performance issues are addressed in a timely manner - Conduct regular staff meetings - Regularly provide formal and informal feedback to team members including discussions of strengths and areas for improvement
Job ID
2024-11571
Category
Development
Job Locations SE-Stockholm
As the Acquisitions Director with Hines, you will co-ordinate all aspects of the acquisition process to build our Swedish portfolio including sourcing, evaluating, and executing real estate investment opportunities. The role involves strategic planning, market analysis, sourcing, financial modelling, due diligence, negotiation, and deal closure of opportunities across Sweden.   - Executing the acquisition strategy for Sweden, identifying, and pursuing opportunities that align with the Hines' objectives. - Leveraging established domestic networks in real estate to source off-market opportunities. - Evaluating the anticipated suitability of investment opportunities for Hines’ discretionary vehicles. - Conducting comprehensive market research and analysis; informing investment decisions and identifying emerging opportunities. - Utilising internal and external resources as well as market intelligence to assist in investment underwriting. - Building and manipulating bespoke asset and portfolio financial models for complex transactions. - Collaborating with the Nordics acquisitions team to refine underwriting and benchmark previous Nordic investment experiences. - Preparing investment memos for pipeline meetings, investment committees, and all stages in between. - Working jointly with Hines’ regional teams to evaluate and execute approved transactions. - Generally supporting senior team members in strategy formation and execution. - Leading the due diligence processes, coordinating with legal, technical, and financial advisors to ensure comprehensive assessment of investment opportunities. - Negotiating purchase agreements and other deal-related documents. - Upholding Hines’ ethical standards through meticulous compliance.
Job ID
2023-11268
Category
Development
Job Locations NZ-Auckland
As the Senior Development Manager with Hines, you will be leading the identification, curation, and generation of development projects in New Zealand. From undertaking value-add refurbishment projects on existing assets, to master planning full scale developments through construction and ultimate project delivery, with a key focus on achieving successful financial outcomes for Hines and its investors. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    Development Management - Manage the whole development cycle – land constraints, consent processes, legal documentation, leasing and negotiation, marketing, feasibilities, tendering, construction, budgets, and programme. - Identify, initiate, and manage a range of property development projects simultaneously. - Undertake master planning where required for larger projects. - Responsible for the feasibilities for project viability - Responsible for marketing and agency relationships - Negotiation with prospective tenants and legal documentation - Ensure compliance with all current and relevant legislation - Prepare capital expenditure applications in the prescribed format for projects requiring approval - Assist in the development of rolling forecasts, annual and longer-term business plans by providing financial data on a range of development projects - Prepare detailed project strategies, plans for development projects, and undertake detailed feasibility and financial analysis of prospective projects, together with statutory compliance (resource management and engineering standards), project tracking and evaluation. - Select and manage project teams, consultants and contractors ensuring projects are procured on time and within budget - Deliver high quality projects that maximise the return on investment - Conduct development projects in a manner that is consistent with the values of Hines - Formally report on all projects and prepare any other reports required by Hines or its investors and the Director of Hines New Zealand on the performance of projects - Develop and maintain a strong working relationship with all stakeholders – internal and external. - Responsible for managing all members of a project team, including Hines development, Hines Conceptual Construction Group, design and construction and support personnel, and third-party consultants/advisor and associated stakeholders - Ensure projects/developments are well managed, delivered on time, on budget and any issues that arise are addressed Acquisitions/Transactions - In conjunction with the Director of New Zealand: - Research potential land sites, development options, identify value-add opportunities within the real estate market - Develop relationships with land, owners, developers, civic and community groups and government agencies conducive to originating, supporting, or processing new opportunities - During due diligence assist with underwriting aspects including market research, authority fees, site constraints, development budget, development program, construction budget, construction program, operating budget, and financial assumptions - During due diligence assist with property inspections - Assist with transaction documentation as needed to acquire the site/Project, including purchase agreements, development agreements, title and survey, government agreements etc.   Capital / Funds Management - In conjunction with Director of New Zealand and analyst/funds team assist as needed with: - Management of capital / investor relationships - Funds management processes and teams - Reporting to Hines, investors, lenders, and other third parties as relevant regarding status of projects - Work with lenders to facilitate financing requirements for projects
Job ID
2024-11407
Category
Development

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