Senior Manager II | Real Estate and Portfolio Mana...

Senior Manager II | Real Estate and Portfolio Management - Sam's Club

What you'll do at

Leads realty and property closings for assigned geographic area by developing and implementing processes for approval of projects with internal
business partners; collaborating with other departments (for example, Store Planning, Legal, Health and Wellness) to understand legal and economic risk and establish contractual terms; collecting real estate documents (for example, leases, loan documents, property condition reports); analyzing real estate documents to ensure projects are within parameters; preparing required materials for transaction (for example, financials, internal memos, updated site plans); determining realty decisions (for example, pricing, rent, renewals, disposition) based on market studies and appraisals; and presenting to internal key stakeholder committees (for example, Realty Committee, Internal Rate of Return (IRR) Committee, Real Estate Executive Committee) to gain approval.

Leads real estate transactions and deal initiations for assigned geographic area by analyzing data (for example, demographics, consumer behavior trends, competition); identifying site selection and pipeline options appropriate for non-complex opportunities; providing pipeline and site selection recommendations to leadership; forecasting return on investment on transaction decision; determining the business impact of project decisions (for example, site selection, property management options, disposition); developing project portfolio recommendations on business decisions based on analysis; and developing recommendations on sub-market portfolio strategies and communicating them to leadership (for example, Regional Vice Presidents, Real Estate Executive Committee (REC)).

Leads realty projects by managing consultants (for example, engineers, zoning attorneys, brokers); leading the management of project risk, timeline, and sunk cost (for example, understanding the project risk, timing of delivery, costs spent to date); acting as a liaison to government officials and community groups and managing company image with key partners (for example, landlords, cities, developers, adjacent property owners); complying
with internal and external transaction regulations (for example, Sarbanes-Oxley regulations, re-approval guidelines); assessing project alignment with
overall portfolio and identifying concerns; developing recommendations to address project alignment concerns and communicating them to leadership; managing purchases, dispositions, lease renewals, and rent allocations; gaining buy-in from key stakeholders and community partners (for example, Real Estate Leadership, city council, planning commissioner) in order to ensure project continuation; and managing milestone
achievements.
Leads the property management of operating portfolio by evaluating recommendations on improving site appearances and increasing sales growth
potential; acting as a liaison and driving collaboration with landlords and tenant representatives; evaluating and negotiating subleases, terminations, and purchase options; analyzing use restrictions and approving store uses to contribute to income generation for properties; conducting site visits; negotiating contracts (for example, leases, easements, license agreements) with prospective business partners and third parties; overseeing thirdparty
work product and addressing escalated issues; and securing approvals for property management recommendations.
Drives the execution of multiple business plans and projects by identifying customer and operational needs; developing and communicating business plans and priorities; removing barriers and obstacles that impact performance; providing resources; identifying performance standards; measuring progress and adjusting performance accordingly; developing contingency plans; and demonstrating adaptability and supporting continuous learning.
Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates by selecting and training; mentoring; assigning duties; building a team-based

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Sciences, Engineering, or related field and 4 years’ experience in real estate, retail development,

Preferred Qualifications

Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA).
Juris Doctor degree.
5 years’ experience analyzing realty information (for example, market analysis, site selection).
3 years’ experience in property management.
3 years’ experience in project and portfolio management.
3 years’ experience managing third-parties.

About Sam's Club

Sam Walton opened the first Sam's Club in 1983 to meet a growing need among customers who wanted to buy merchandise in bulk. Since then, Sam's Club has grown rapidly, opening more than 600 clubs in the U.S. and 100 clubs internationally. By offering affordable, wholesale merchandise to members, Sam's Club helps make saving simple for families and small business owners.

Sam's Club employs about 110,000 associates in the U.S. The average club is 134,000 square feet and offers bulk groceries and general merchandise. Most clubs also have specialty services, such as a pharmacy, an optical department, a photo center, or a tire and battery center.
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"You have to think of how to save the company money, save the store money, save the customer money—and one impacts the others."
— Kenisha, Real Estate and Portfolio Sr. Manager

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All the benefits you need for you and your family

  • Multiple health plan options
  • Vision & dental plans for you & dependents
  • Associate discounts in-store and online
  • Financial benefits including 401(k), stock purchase plans and more
  • Education assistance for Associate and dependents

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