Senior Asset Manager

CIRE Equity is an entrepreneurial, growth-oriented company focused on the creation and preservation of wealth through targeted investments in commercial real estate in the Western United States.

We are passionate about real estate, dedicated to hard work, and strive for excellence in everything that we do. We value our employees and aim to create a fun, merit-based environment that encourages hard work, creative thinking, and high-quality performance. We foster persistent improvement, and we are seeking like-minded individuals who share our attention to detail and passion for excellence to join our growing team.

What Makes CIRE Special

At CIRE Equity, we want our employees to be successful, and we believe that a large part of our success is aligned around our unique core values that form our cultural DNA.


Relentless Cultivation of Our Potential


Executing Beyond Expectations


Innovative Thinking to Produce Value


Building Relationships Through Sincere Interactions

We value our team member’s emotional intelligence and awareness more than just technical skills because we believe creating a safe place to share openly and receive direct feedback leads to higher functioning teams and resilience to overcome any challenge. We work hard and play harder, celebrating company success as a team.

Purpose Of Position 

The Senior Asset Manager will communicate directly with the executive team and be relied on to closely monitor, maintain, and enhance the financial performance of each asset. Specifically, the Senior Asset Manager is expected to engage in all aspects of asset management including post acquisition transition, property leasing, operations, and construction management oversight, implementation of value-add initiatives, performance analysis, and disposition. An ideal candidate will achieve results through strong leadership and effective management of others, will be proactive, and take initiative in our fast-paced, ever-changing environment.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

Acquisition/On-Boarding/Disposition – Assist the acquisition department and executive team in the acquisition, on-boarding, and disposition of assets. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Aid Transaction Coordinator in due diligence review process
  • Manage and complete post-closing items
  • Manage on-boarding checklist tasks
  • Interview and input on the hiring of a leasing team
  • Complete onsite inspection
  • Review lease abstracts, CC&R’s and other property specific documents
  • Review and verify initial operating budget assumptions
  • Review  leasing assumptions and input on local market knowledge
  • Manage and complete disposition checklist tasks assigned

Strategy – Work closely with the executive team to implement, monitor and adjust the global strategy for each asset and maintain a deep understanding of the performance and trajectory of each asset. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Implement strategy determined by the executive team and make recommendations throughout the life of the asset if directions need to shift
  • Oversee capital improvements strategy and budget
  • Monitor ongoing strategic direction and identify potential issues
  • Quarterly review of distributions
  • Deep understanding of leases, CC&R’s and all documents controlling the property
  • Strong market knowledge and factors that could influence the performance of the asset

Leasing – Manage the leasing team and spearhead all leasing/marketing efforts, including, execution of logistics, related to each asset. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage leasing team to achieve property goals and check-in regularly on activity
  • Identifying and managing critical deadlines
  • Run Lease Analysis on lease proposals
  • Lease negotiations and reviews
  • Strategy and implementation of lease renewals
  • Respond to lease proposals in a timely manner
  • Screen potential tenants through background checks, financial data review, and      tenant interviews
  • Draft new leases and amendments
  • Ensure the accuracy of lease abstracts into accounting software
  • Have an in-depth knowledge of the market and competing properties
  • Monitor property rent rolls and proactively manage upcoming lease expirations

Accounting/Financials – Maintain an understanding of the financial condition and performance of each property and proactively identify capital needs or deviations from the business plan. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Review monthly financials
  • Review and understand any variances in the monthly financials
  • Provide narrative on Proforma variance

Investor Relations/Reporting – Assist the investor relations department with all investor correspondence. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Providing updates on projects
  • Review quarterly investor letters
  • Completing the quarterly report template with asset management activity for the quarter

Lender Compliance – Ensure compliance with all loan covenants is maintained at each property. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Understand loan structure and lender requirements
  • Manage critical dates and deliverables
  • Ensure compliance with partnership and loan covenants
  • Ensure leases obtain lender approval if applicable

Property Operations – Oversee all aspects related to the operation and performance of each asset. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Work with the property manager to ensure the upkeep of the property
  • Build relationships with existing tenants
  • Perform regular property site visits to ensure proper maintenance of assets
  • Create annual operating budgets, in conjunction with the executive team and property manager(s)
  • Ensure properties are operating within annual budgets

Credit/Default – Proactively manage credit issues and administer the resolution of all defaults within the portfolio. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Review A/R monthly
  • Make decisions on delinquent tenants and follow through the default process with the Property Manager
  • Assist in the negotiation of settlements/judgments

Construction Management – Monitor all ongoing construction projects within the portfolio (internal and external) and ensure proper setup, execution, and timely completion with minimal liability to each tenant and/or property. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Work closely with Construction Managers to ensure Landlord work, including Tenant TI, Build-to-Suits, Capital Improvements, Parcel Splits, etc. is completed on schedule and within budget
  • Work with local municipalities to build relationships and push through projects


Vital Goals/Performance Measurements

  • Maintain and enhance the value of assets under management.
  • Exercise of strong leadership and supervisory skills in the management of leasing teams, property management teams, contractors and property vendors.
  • Closely monitor asset performance, distill key indicators, and present asset summaries to executive team.
  • Proactively identify asset level and market level risks and communicate potential solutions to executive team.
  • Analyze effectiveness of property specific business plans and make recommendations for improvement to executive team.

  Position Competencies

  • Possess a self-motivated, analytical, inquisitive, passionate, and humble mindset.
  • Strong emotional intelligence which includes effective interpersonal skills, self-awareness, self-control, social perception, and social management.
  • Clear and effective communication skills, both verbal and written, including ability to generate clear, professional reports and correspondence. 
  • Highly effective negotiation skills.
  • Ability to solve problems and deal with a variety of variables in unique situations where only limited standardization exists.
  • Ability to interpret legal documents such as commercial leases, CC&Rs, listing agreements, management agreements, loan agreements and service contracts.
  • Familiarity with real estate financial statements including profit and loss statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements.
  • Proficient in real estate finance with ability to perform ad hoc financial analysis and calculate NOI, IRR, and ROE.
  • Ability to analyze and structure prospective leases, calculate lease yields and returns, and perform pro forma comparisons.

Job Experience Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree required; preferred concentration in real estate, business, or finance.
  • 5+ years of experience in commercial (retail, industrial, office) real estate.
  • 3+ years in commercial asset management.
  • Intermediate to advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
  • Financial analysis experience preferred.
  • Argus Valuation and MRI experience preferred.
  • Ability to travel 25% of the month to multiple states.


  • Position reports directly to the COO & EVP


Additional Details

  • Location: Flexibility – Houston or Dallas, TX, Denver, Phoenix, or Southern California 
  • Work Environment: The company is currently working primarily remote, however, the company reserves the right to bring people back into the office settings. This position would be excluded from that requirement if hired outside of Los Angeles, San Diego, and Phoenix.
  • Compensation: Base Salary: $150,000-200,000 based on experience. CIRE offers a      comprehensive benefits package that includes medical/dental/vision/life insurance, retirement (including company profit share potential), EAP, an annual bonus program, and much more.