Feb 192018

With your keen sense for people and markets, you will be responsible for the successful management of our properties in Belgium. Based in Brussels, you will manage our Belgian portfolio and concentrate on the following tasks:

  • Asset Management of Belgian properties
  • Final review, release and signing of lease contracts
  • Final review and release of budgets
  • Hiring, management and coordination of service providers
  • Liaising with all authorities, tenants and other points of contact
  • Contact/manager of both our offices in Belgium and managing director of our real estate companies
  • Reporting to our Hamburg-based head office

You are the ideal candidate for us and this challenging position if you match the following profile:

  • Successfully completed university studies in business economics and/or degree in real estate economics
  • Several years’ experience in a similar position
  • Outstanding commitment, high level of dynamism and team spirit
  • Fluent in spoken and written English and French
  • Knowledge of German would be a plus, but is not essential
  • Familiar with MS-Office

Match criteria: Facility, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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