Tenant Coordinator

US-CA-Vista
Job ID
2017-1150
Category
Construction

Description

Kimco Realty, one of North America’s largest publicly traded owner and operator of open-air shopping centers, is currently seeking a Tenant Coordinator to join our collaborative, challenging, growth oriented team.

 

The tenant Coordinator will be responsible for construction execution, tenant communication and processing of Tenant Improvements (TI) and Tenant Allowances (TA) for all new tenants.  This role will act as the primary liaison between Kimco and the tenant from the point of lease execution, up until the time the space is delivered by the Property Manager, the time final documents are received, or when the final TIA payment is made.

 

Responsibilities will include:

  • Track all deals for lease execution
  • Send Kimco Welcome Packages to all new tenants (Property Manager)
  • Obtain tenant contact information and populate in Sales Force
  • Set up CTI budget for all deal related costs
  • Collect and validate all required documentation from tenant
  • Process TIA payments
  • Collect sign renderings from tenant and forward to PM or CM for approval
  • Coordinate the transfer of utility accounts for tenants moving in/moving out
  • Track the permitting and bidding process by each tenant
  • Monitor critical milestone dates to ensure timely completion of work
  • Review and approve tenant construction drawings
  • Oversight of small tenant interior / exterior projects

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, relevant experience
  • 3+ years of relevant experience
  • Prior experience with document review, inclusive of certificates of insurance, contractor indemnity and lien releases
  • Ability to read and understand construction drawings
  • Retail real estate construction experience strongly preferred 

AA/EOE

 

All offers of employment will be subject to a background check, inclusive of drug screen.

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