Associate Property Manager

Panda Restaurant Group - Rosemead, CA3.7

Full-time
At Panda, we all share a common mission: "Deliver exceptional Asian dining experiences by building an organization where people are inspired to better their lives." We invest in our people because great people run great operations that will exceed our guests' expectations. Talk to any of our associates and you will experience a culture dedicated to its mission and our five fundamental values- Proactive, Respect/Win-Win, Growth, Great Operations, and Giving.

Panda Restaurant Group includes the original Panda Inn fine dining restaurants, Panda Express, our Gourmet Chinese food concept served in a fast casual environment, and Hibachi San, our Japanese grill concept. The family owned and operated company is still run by founders Andrew and Peggy Cherng.

Panda offers competitive benefits and rewarding opportunities, from entry-level positions to management. We have restaurant positions available nationwide and support center positions in Rosemead, CA. Come join the nation's largest and fastest growing Asian restaurant company.

The Associate Property Manager is a training position for Property Manager typically requiring 24 months, including completion of the CPM. This position performs Property Manager responsibilities under the supervision of a Manager or Director Property management. The Associate Property Manager investigates, negotiates, and resolves advanced and complex disputes with landlords with minimal supervision. This position is responsible for lease administration by conducting desktop audits of advanced year-end reconciliations. This position also reviews and approves advanced and complex charges/expenses for accuracy, verifying them against the lease. The Associate Property Manager assist in the preparation of exit strategies for closing under-performing stores. This position works closely with Operations to develop a higher understanding of their business needs.

Investigates, negotiates, and resolves advanced and complex disputes with landlords with minimal supervision. Administers leases by conducting desktop audits of advanced year-end reconciliations.
Reviews and approves advanced and complex charges/expenses for accuracy, verifying them against the lease, and enforces the rules of occupancy and vacancy for the shopping center, such as co-tenancy, operating hours, etc.
Works closely with Operations to develop an understanding of Operations business needs. Performs property inspections and oversees completion of repairs and maintenance issues. Monitors move-in and move-out of stores. Prepares exit strategies for closing under-performing stores.
Represents the company at small claims court. Processes basic Tenant Estoppel Certifications and ancillary documents with minimal supervision.
Analyzes trends to identify broader issues and recommends solutions. Prepares and analyzes various reports as requested by other departments.
Maintains the accuracy of the property management database (AMT Direct), which includes tracking critical dates and lease information.
Bachelor s degree required, preferably in accounting, finance or real estate
Minimum five years of relevant experience required

Panda Restaurant Group s culture is strongly guided by our Mission and Values, highlighted on the Panda websites. We recommend all interested candidates become familiar with our Mission and Values, as well as the principals of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey.

Panda Restaurant Group, Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer.