Job Title Analyst
Company Name Hines
Type Full-time
Location Sydney
Salary range TBC
Application Deadline 18/05/2024
Apply to benjamin.cheong@hines.com
Contact Name Benjamin Cheong
Contact Phone Number 0487315891

Job Description

Analyst (Graduate/Entry Level)

Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment, development and management firm, founded in 1957, with a presence in 384 cities in 30 countries and $93.2 billion of assets under management and more than 109 million square feet of assets for which Hines provides third-party property-level services.

The role of the Analyst is to provide research and analytical support associated with acquisitions, development projects and/or asset management of operating properties.

– Perform financial analysis of acquisitions and development opportunities through financial modelling, analysis of cash flows and application of valuation principles using Excel software.
– Assist with due diligence processes associated with acquisitions by performing document control, reading lease abstracts, verifying projections or other duties as assigned.
– Assist in the preparation of internal and external investment reports including investment deal summaries and Investment Committee reports, with responsibility for written and graphic requirements.
– Participate in the asset management of existing properties including market research, leasing, property sales and administration of investor requirements. Duties may include reviewing leases, property financial statements or determining feasibility of proposed capital projects.
– Participate in the development management of projects including feasibility analysis, entitlement processes, financing, design, contract negotiation, tendering, and construction management.
– Source, maintain and update sales and lease comparable databases.

– Working towards or recently completed a relevant degree in property development, or finance.
– Strong interest in and developing knowledge of the RE market.
– Strong financial and analytical skills.
– Ability to manage a variety of tasks within a tight time schedule.
– Excellent oral and written communication skills.
– Ability to foster strong relationships.

– Valid working rights in Australia.
– Ability to work independently and provide support to others within a small team environment.

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