Details of the Division and Team: The Real Estate Transaction business has offices based in South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia and established since 1995 across 15 countries. The team has over 35 Investment professionals and works alongside a designated Asia Pacific research team providing market intelligence and investment support. You can expect: Competitive Salary and non-contributory pension Competitive salary as well as pension, insurance contributions and salary packaging 4 weeks annual leave, plus additional and wellbeing leave Parental leave benefits including Childcare Assistance Payment A range of flexible benefits including the Online discount program, employee referral program Your key responsibilities: Reporting to the Head of Real Estate - Australia, your key responsibilities will include: Assisting acquisition initiatives across a range of sectors and markets, including sourcing and origination, underwriting & analysis, market research, due diligence, preparation of investment committee papers, negotiation and deal execution Assisting debt acquisition financing initiatives Assisting on internal reporting and stakeholder management initiatives Assisting on capital raising initiatives Assisting on special project initiatives (i.e. asset management analysis, asset tours, marketing assignments, research pieces etc.) Focus market region will be Australia & NZ Your skills and experience: A bachelor’s degree in real estate, commerce, law, economics, engineering or architecture Circa 3+ years of relevant industry experience Strong commercial acumen & attention to detail Strong analytical skills (including excel financial modelling) and a high level of numeracy Strong written and verbal communication skills How we’ll support you: Flexible working to assist you balance your personal priorities Coaching and support from experts in your team A culture of continuous learning to aid progression A range of flexible benefits that you can tailor to suit your needs Training and development to help you excel in your career
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