Property Asset Manager – The Neighbourhood Land Trust (Toronto, Canada)

Job Application Deadline: May 03 2023 at 5:00 pm
Job Title: Property Asset Manager
Reports to: Executive Director
Work Week: 37.5 hours/week
Contract: 1 year with opportunity for renewal
Start Date: ASAP.
Salary: Starting salary between $68,000 – $82,000
Benefits: Extended health care & dental

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The Neighbourhood Land Trust (NLT), the charitable arm of the Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust (PNLT), is seeking an experienced, detail-oriented, and motivated Property Asset Manager to lead our capital repair program and ensure our portfolio of affordable housing buildings in the best possible shape for our members. This role requires a passionate professional who can handle a large workload, create and manage asset management systems, and who is a self-directed leader.

This role is crucial in supporting the Land Trust’s success as Toronto’s first neighborhood-based Community Land Trust (CLT). Since our incorporation in 2014 and registration as a charity in 2017, NLT has acquired 84 properties with a total of 205 rental units that are operated as permanently affordable housing. We are currently in the second year of a five-year portfolio-wide capital repair program funded by the City of Toronto and CMHC, aimed at bringing our aging portfolio into a State of Good Repair and implementing accessibility and sustainability improvements. We have also developed a Sustainability and Social Procurement Framework to ensure that investments in our portfolio generate additional social and economic value for the local community.

As the Property Asset Manager, you will play a central role in supporting the stewardship and growth of NLT’s portfolio. This position offers the opportunity to join a small, dynamic, and interdisciplinary staff team that supports an organization with a bold, progressive vision.

The ideal candidate will be a mid-career or senior-level professional with a background in architecture, building science, construction management, or an equivalent field, along with a strong commitment to neighbourhood inclusiveness and social equity. We strongly encourage applications from residents of Parkdale or neighbouring communities and equity-seeking groups.

The Neighbourhood Land Trust (NLT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the affordability, diversity, and equity of Parkdale by bringing land into community ownership and control. NLT works to acquire and manage land, leasing it at affordable rates to eligible charitable partners who provide community benefits including affordable and supportive housing.


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