American Realty Advisors

Menu

Current Openings

Submit Your Resume

Here at Americal Realty Advisors, we are always looking for the top talent. If you don't see the job you are looking for please submit your resume and application here! If we find a match at any of our locations, we will be in touch with next steps.

Apply for this Position

Analyst, Investments (Evergreen)

Job ID 250
Los Angeles, CA

An Evergreen Requisition is an advertisement for positions that American Realty Advisors (ARA) utilizes throughout the year. It is a way to build a database of qualified, interested individuals for a particular job function so that when there is a need to fill that type of role, the hiring process will be faster. By applying to an Evergreen Requisition, you express your interest in a particular job function. A Talent Acquisition team member will review your application. If your application fits with the position's defined qualifications and the firm's needs, a team member will reach out to learn more about your interests.

This requisition's close date is June 30th, 2021, and if you have not been notified of an opportunity by that date, you will need to reapply.

Investments Analysts provide analytical services and support on ARA's portfolio of commercial real estate assets. Based in ARA's Los Angeles office, this role supports ARA's Investments team in driving exceptional performance from a portfolio of Class A commercial real estate assets to help ARA's clients meet their investment goals.

How?

You will assist with the evaluation, underwriting, due diligence investigation, and closing of potential real estate investments, including direct equity, joint venture, preferred equity, mezzanine financing, and other structured finance investments.

After the first year, you will know you were successful if:

  • You have supported ARA's Acquisitions Directors by preparing complex and detailed financial analyses utilizing existing models and creating ad-hoc Excel models to evaluate a myriad of investment structures for several potential acquisitions.
  • You have helped prepare for presentation and communication of potential investment opportunities, official investment memoranda, financial underwriting, findings from due diligence investigations, and all other key investment-related information to senior management, the investment committee, and the internal deal members team.
  • You have developed a basic understanding and working ability to interpret real estate documentation about ownership structures, legal contracts, accounting, property operations and can efficiently research, triangulate and maintain financial investment metrics in major target metropolitan areas, including recent sales, cap rates, leasing activity, and supply pipeline.

We cannot be the leading commercial real estate investment manager without you.

If you want to be a part of a dynamic and passionate team and learn from some of the most talented real estate professionals in the industry, click apply now to submit your resume.

ARA and its service providers are equal opportunity employers.

ARA and its service providers consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance No. 184652.

Apply for this Position

Analyst, Asset Management (Evergreen)

Job ID 249
Los Angeles, CA

An Evergreen Requisition is an advertisement for positions that American Realty Advisors (ARA) utilizes throughout the year. It is a way to build a database of qualified, interested individuals for a particular job function so that when there is a need to fill that type of role, the hiring process will be faster. By applying to an Evergreen Requisition, you express your interest in a particular job function. A Talent Acquisition team member will review your application. If your application fits with the position's defined qualifications and the firm's needs, a team member will reach out to learn more about your interests.

This requisition's close date is June 30th, 2021, and if you have not been notified of an opportunity by that date, you will need to reapply.

Asset Management Analysts help ARA execute its operating strategy on its national real estate investment portfolio. Based in ARA's Los Angeles office, this role supports ARA's Asset Management team in driving exceptional performance from a portfolio of Class A commercial real estate assets to help ARA's clients meet their investment goals.

How?

You will develop a general understanding of the firm's asset and property management policies, procedures, and guidelines by working closely with a team of experts in their asset class.

After the first year, you will know you were successful if:

  • You have developed a broad understanding of joint venture agreements, loan documents, lease agreements, property management agreements, development agreements, service contracts, and title documents used by ARA to manage the assets in the portfolio successfully.
  • You have conducted thorough market research to validate asset acquisition or new development underwriting and the proposed market positioning and strategy for several assets.
  • Assisted ARA asset managers and other associates with leasing and operations activities such as extracting data and metrics from CoStar, MRI, and Argus Enterprise to support the development of strategic business plans and operating budgets.

We cannot be the leading commercial real estate investment manager without you.

If you want to be a part of a dynamic and passionate team and learn from some of the industry's most talented real estate professionals, click apply now to learn more and submit your resume.

ARA and its service providers are equal opportunity employers.

ARA and its service providers consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance No. 184652.

Apply for this Position

Summer Analyst Intern

Job ID 253

The Role

Throughout the Summer Analyst program, ARA exposes remote interns to a national portfolio of real estate assets providing opportunities to gain real-world knowledge and experience. Interns will actively participate in a mix of meetings, light training on concepts and techniques, and a practical research project. Each week will be focused on a specific functional area to allow interns to engage deeply in learning the functions and skills needed to be successful in the industry. Interns will also participate in educational seminars, build their professional and technical skills, and receive mentorship from top real estate professionals.

Essential Functions

  
Investments

  • Build on core-competencies of an ARA Acquisitions Analyst through immersion in Argus and Excel modeling, market analysis, and formal business writing.
  • Conduct an analysis of one or more live acquisitions (simple, executable deal – e.g., single-tenant industrial core deal.)
  • Learn the acquisition lifecycle from allocation, underwriting, and due diligence, to asset management.
  • Conducting research and aiding in the underwriting and due diligence of potential real estate investment opportunities.

Asset Management

Under the guidance of the asset management team, the intern will learn about the leasing lifecycle though:

  • Reviewing and understanding Letters of Intent,
  • Performing economic analysis of commercial lease proposals,
  • Participating in lease negotiations and understanding Net versus Gross Leases.
     

Learn about the valuation lifecycle through:

  • Reviewing asset appraisals while learning key valuation metrics,
  • Understanding how property operations relate to discounted cash flows,
  • Learn the Capital Projects lifecycle, including an overview of ARA's capital projects process.
     

Working with real estate industry software such as Argus Enterprise, CoStar, Real Capital Analytics, VTS, Yardi, and MRI.

Portfolio Management

Build an understanding of the role of portfolio management, including:

  • Core Fund and Value Fund overviews
  • Role of a portfolio analyst

Investor Relations

Obtain an understanding of various functions of Investor Relations, including:

  • Sales
  • Investor Relations
  • Marketing & Corporate Communications

Research

Build an understanding of the role of Research in investment management, including:

  • Basic analytical techniques and resources utilized to analyze potential investments and developing trends in the industry.
  • Executing a small research project and presentation on a specific submarket and product type utilizing industry tools such as CoStar and other resources.
     

Program Details
 

  • Four to six weeks in duration.
  • Up to 20 hours per week.
     

Candidate Qualifications

 
Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills

  • An educational focus in finance, accounting, or economics.
  • Interest in commercial real estate investment management.
  • Working proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel and Word).
  • Proficient communication skills – written, oral, and interpersonal.

Competencies

The ideal candidate for this role will exhibit competency in the areas listed below. At ARA, we see possessing these traits as vital to the success of the position:

  • Creative Thinking – An innovative thinker who translates thoughts into actionable items.
  • Works Collaboratively – A team player with a commitment to achieving objectives through collective action and communication.
  • High Energy – Thrives in a fast-paced, dynamic environment where multi-tasking is essential.
  • Models Our Values – Conducts daily business and interactions with mindfulness that reflects ARA’s culture and promotes its values and standards.
  • Results Driven – Outperforms expectations and promotes the firm’s competitive advantage through an analytical and context-driven approach to problem-solving.

Job Specifications

  • Expected work hours: Monday through Friday.
  • Work environment and physical demands: Virtual, work-from-home. 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

American Realty Advisors is committed to equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate based on an individual’s race and associated traits, sex, gender, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, registered domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, genetic information, military, and veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law state or federal law. This policy governs all aspects of employment at American Realty Advisors, including hiring, assignments, training, promotion, compensation, employee benefits, employee discipline and discharge, and all other terms and employment conditions.

ARA considers for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance No. 184652.

Apply for this Position

Senior Vice President, Asset Management

Job ID 254
Los Angeles, CA or Chicago, IL

The Role
 

The Senior Vice President, Asset Management's primary responsibility is to lead and direct the asset management for a portfolio of industrial assets. The role works under the Executive Vice President ("EVP") for the industrial asset management team to support the EVP in guiding an industry-leading asset management approach for ARA's industrial portfolio. 

Responsibilities include overseeing third-party property managers, leasing staff, construction managers, and others involved in managing assets. Core duties include the supervision of the strategic planning, management, leasing, financial analyses, operating and capital budgets, returns on an internal rate of return and time-weighted basis, and reporting on a quarterly and annual basis regarding the performance of each asset.

The Senior Vice President works with the EVP, Portfolio Management, and the Investment Group to assist in the review and analysis of industrial assets that are to be acquired by the firm. During the initial evaluation of the property and due diligence, these activities occur to ensure the target asset can be managed to the level outlined in the business plan for the underwriting and long-term budget.

Industrial assets are an essential piece of any balanced real estate portfolio in both up and down markets. Economic cycles do not change the fact that industrial assets are indispensable. We believe the industrial sector has an exciting future!

Founded on meritocracy, collaboration, and hard work, the firm strives for excellence and welcomes those willing to take on the challenge to be better at what they do. You will have ample opportunities to present ideas to senior leadership, and if liked, you are given the responsibility to implement those ideas and see them through to execution.

If you thrive in an intellectually rigorous and challenging position where you can make an impact, we want you. You have the opportunity to shape the future of ARA's industrial holdings and take the portfolio to the next level.

Essential Functions
 

  • Lead asset management, strategic planning, and leasing on an assigned portfolio of industrial assets.
  • Perform financial analyses, hold/sell analysis, and report on each asset's performance quarterly and annually on both an internal rate of return and a time-weighted basis.
  • Create and update business plans and operational budgets.
  • Develop and execute capital improvement plans on time and budget.
  • Identify, develop, and implement a value-add strategy on existing assets, such as renovations to reposition the asset, lease-up, and ground-up development.
  • Work collaboratively with third-party property managers, leasing staff, construction managers, and joint venture partners when applicable.
  • Supervise a team of associates and analysts. Provide coaching and support to staff.
  • Assist in the review and negotiation of contracts for architectural, construction, and other consulting services in partnership with the stakeholders and outside counsel.
  • Conduct in-depth market analysis, including research for strategic planning and reporting purposes. Understand each asset's position and the underlying factors that may influence performance from a leasing and investment perspective.
  • Perform property level analysis functions (i.e., CAM reconciliation's, PM contracts, RFPs, construction, and vendor agreements).
  • Collaborate with leasing teams to attract, qualify, and retain tenants and achieve favorable effective lease rates. Develop marketing strategies and concession packages to maximize operating revenue and achieve appropriate target occupancy.
  • Prepare annual portfolio review materials to support client relations efforts, including preparing and delivering written and oral reports to trustees, consultants, and client staff.
  • Support the acquisition due diligence process for industrial assets in both value-add and core spaces. Review and audit pro forma models, operational resources, and relevant documents to help triangulate and validate underwriting assumptions, including capital and operating budgets and leasing assumptions. Perform in-depth market research and participate in the physical inspection of the asset.

Candidate Qualifications
 

Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills

  • Undergraduate business degree required. An advanced degree is preferred.
  • Eight to twelve years of related industrial asset management experience required.
  • Prior experience working directly with institutional clients and consultants preferred.
  • Experience with multiple acquisition and disposition transactions preferred.
  • Has a demonstrated track record of implementing successful growth and strategic initiatives, accomplishing strategic goals and objectives, including revenue and profitability growth, while enhancing operations and processes.
  • Demonstrated experience with managing numerous successful capital improvement projects, including significant renovations, ground-up development, and tenant improvements.
  • Ability to effectively articulate thoughts, listen and process others' ideas, and outline a logical rationale for a point of view.

Competencies
 

The ideal candidate for this role will exhibit competency in the areas listed below. At ARA, we see possessing these traits as vital to the success of the position:

  • Creative Thinking – An innovative thinker who translates thoughts into actionable items.
  • Works Collaboratively – A team player with a commitment to achieving objectives through collective action and communication.
  • High Energy – Thrives in a fast-paced, dynamic environment where multi-tasking is essential.
  • Models Our Values – Conducts daily business and interactions with mindfulness that reflects ARA's culture and promotes its values and standards.
  • Results Driven – Outperforms expectations and promotes the firm's competitive advantage through an analytical and context-driven approach to problem-solving.

Job Specifications
 

  • Expected work hours: 8:30 to 5:30, Monday through Friday with occasional weekends.
  • Travel: Business trips with overnight stays may be required (except when local or national stay-at-home orders or travel restrictions are in effect, as such trips are not permitted). Occasionally may need to drive a personal vehicle for business.
  • Work environment and physical demands: General office environment at ARA's downtown Los Angeles corporate offices (except when local or national stay-at-home orders are in effect). 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

American Realty Advisors is committed to equal employment opportunities. We do not discriminate based on an individual's race and associated traits, sex, gender, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, registered domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, genetic information, military, and veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law state or federal law. This policy governs all aspects of employment at American Realty Advisors, including hiring, assignments, training, promotion, compensation, employee benefits, employee discipline and discharge, and all other terms and employment conditions.

ARA considers for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance No. 184652.

Apply for this Position

Director, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility

Job ID 256
Los Angeles, CA or Chicago, IL

The Role

American Realty Advisors ("ARA") is seeking an experienced Director, Responsible Investing to lead firm-wide environmental, social, and governance plus resiliency ("ESG+R") initiatives and to join ARA's ESG+R Committee. Activities include managing sustainability initiatives, social-good projects, and integrating resiliency considerations into portfolio decisions. This position reports to the head of Portfolio Management and will not oversee corporate equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives.

As the Director, you will lead and support ESG+R program needs from both thought leadership and implementation standpoint. ARA is committed to operating on the leading edge of ESG+R initiatives, and this role is charged with ensuring we do so. The position also includes data management, survey collection, reporting and certifications coordination between ARA, its sustainability consultants, and third-party property teams as ARA's primary point of contact. This is an exciting opportunity to utilize your passion for sustainability and environmental, social, and governance plus resiliency strategies to support a national real estate portfolio based out of our Los Angeles or Chicago office.

Our commercial real estate portfolio includes office, multi-family, retail, and industrial buildings across the U.S. The successful candidate will serve as an advisor and advocate, supporting ESG+R programs that drive improved financial and environmental building, community, and firm performance. You will work with asset managers, operations staff, and our support teams to research, design, and implement effective ESG+R and operations strategies.

Essential Functions

  • Research, investigate, and be an internal subject matter expert on industry trends, best practices, and ESG topics.
  • Serve as the primary interface with related consultants and advisors.
  • Work directly with and provide leadership to asset managers and property teams to help drive building and portfolio performance goals, including regular communication with technical and management stakeholders.
  • Coordinate data collection with Asset and Property Managers to manage utility data, provide data management support in the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager platform and aid with data collection requests, surveys, green building certifications and sustainability audits, including energy, water, waste, carbon emissions and indoor air quality assessments.
  • Identify and coordinate ESG projects and initiatives at property and portfolio levels. Examples include energy and water efficiency technology deployment, implementing operational best practices, and strategic outreach/messaging campaigns.
  • Develop visually pleasing and creative ESG communications deliverables, such as annual reports, white papers, marketing fact sheets, social media campaigns, presentations and training, and other stakeholder engagement activities.
  • Provide subject matter expertise and support for industry reporting initiatives, such as GRESB, CDP, UN PRI, GRI, and TCFD.
  • Support speaking engagements and award applications.
  • Play a critical role in ARA's investment due diligence process, focusing on resiliency and other property features.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Learn more about our ESG program on our website at http://www.aracapital.com/corporate-responsibility-and-sustainability/

Candidate Qualifications

Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills
  • Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Architecture, Engineering, Energy Management, Real Estate, Sustainability or other related business administration studies.
  • Master's Degree in Environmental Science/Design/Engineering, or related fields, preferred.
  • Project Management experience.
  • 6-15 years of professional experience, ideally with 5 years of experience in sustainability, energy efficiency, property management, leasing, or related real estate field.
  • Working knowledge of building science, operations, and related financial impacts.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) to effectively review and generate reports, graphs, and presentations.
  • Industry certifications and professional affiliations such as LEED AP/Associate, FitWell Ambassador, CEM, CPM, or Realtor a plus but not required
  • U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and ASHRAE audits experience preferred.
  • Familiarity with local/state benchmarking regulations and incentive programs.
  • Familiarity with Green Building Certifications including LEED, ENERGY STAR, Fitwel, BREEAM, WELL etc., preferred.
  • Experience with top ESG Reporting Frameworks including GRESB, UNPRI, CDP etc., preferred.
  • Familiar with key ESG Standards including GRI, TCFD, SASB etc., preferred.

Competencies

The ideal candidate for this role will exhibit competency in the areas listed below. At ARA, we see possessing these traits as vital to the success of the position:

  • Creative Thinking – An innovative thinker who translates thoughts into actionable items.
  • Works Collaboratively – A team player with a commitment to achieving objectives through collective action and communication.
  • High EnergyThrives in a fast-paced, dynamic environment where multi-tasking is essential.
  • Models Our Values – Conducts daily business and interactions with mindfulness that reflects ARA's culture and promotes its values and standards.
  • Results Driven – Outperforms expectations and promotes the firm's competitive advantage through an analytical and context-driven approach to problem-solving.

Job Specifications

  • Expected work hours: 8:30 to 5:30, Monday through Friday with occasional weekends.
  • Travel: Business trips with overnight stays may be required up to 10% of the time (except when local or national stay-at-home orders or travel restrictions are in effect, as such trips are not permitted). Occasionally may need to drive a personal vehicle for business.
  • Work environment and physical demands: General office environment at ARA's downtown Los Angeles corporate offices or at ARA's Chicago offices (except when local or national stay-at-home orders are in effect). 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

American Realty Advisors is committed to equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate based on an individual's race and associated traits, sex, gender, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, registered domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, genetic information, military, and veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law state or federal law. This policy governs all aspects of employment at American Realty Advisors, including hiring, assignments, training, promotion, compensation, employee benefits, employee discipline and discharge, and all other terms and employment conditions.

ARA considers for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance No. 184652.

Apply for this Position

Recruiter

Job ID 257
Los Angeles, CA

The Role

The Recruiter will be responsible for all aspects of the Talent Acquisition process for searches ranging from entry-level to senior management positions. The ideal candidate understands the commercial real estate investment management business and possesses the skills needed to source and place high-quality candidates with the firm. A successful Recruiter will know the appropriate third-party placement agencies that engage in private equity commercial real estate investment management recruiting and understands how to utilize LinkedIn and other online job boards to effectively and proactively attract a diverse talent pool.

This role works closely with the hiring managers on Asset Management, Investments/Acquisitions, Investor Relations, Sales/Marketing, Legal, Accounting, and Portfolio Management searches to define the requirements of any new search and understand the specific needs of each department and team.

Essential Functions

  • Develop and maintain a network of contacts to identify and source a diverse pool of high-quality candidates:
    • Develop and recommend recruiting strategies to ensure successful searches are completed promptly. Identify job boards and third-party recruiters to target the best source for each search.
    • Prepare and review job descriptions and job advertisements for each position. Partner with Corporate Communications to develop eye-catching digital advertising and related copy that accurately represents ARA's business, culture, expectations.
    • Generate a diverse candidate population using various job boards, membership organizations, personal networking, LinkedIn Recruiter, and post-secondary institutions. Actively engage in an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion-focused approach to talent acquisition.
    • Review internal database of candidates and search third-party databases and other passive sources for qualified resumes. Solicit and manage referrals from ARA staff.
    • Identify and engage the best third-party recruiters working in the real estate and finance industries. Seek senior management approval to engage and negotiate terms with new third-party recruiters. Maintain a contact database of third-party recruiters and agencies.
    • Advance relationships with university recruiting programs by arranging corporate presentations, attending job fairs and networking events, conducting on-campus interviews, meeting professors, coordinating classroom visits, and leading other recruiting events.
  • Communicate with hiring managers and senior management on matters related to their recruiting needs:
    • Regularly update senior leadership on the status of active positions and associated candidates.
    • Update candidate information and records, position and search information, and advertising materials maintained within the firm's application tracking system daily.
    • Recommend process refinements to improve efficiency during active searches and for future searches. Work with the Senior HR Generalist to implement technical changes to HRIS to create an efficient and positive candidate and hiring team experience.
  • Support the firm's efforts to improve productivity and reduce turnover by sourcing candidates who best fit with the firm's long-term objectives:
    • Conduct initial screening calls to prospective candidates to pre-qualify them for open positions.
    • Drive the Talent Acquisition process to ensure candidates move through each stage quickly, including promptly following up with hiring managers on the next steps for active candidates, organizing first, second, and third rounds of interviews, and meeting compliance requirements.
    • Direct third-party recruiters on search terms (compensation, office location, job qualifications).
    • Solicit candidate feedback to improve the candidate experience.
    • Manage candidate communication, including candidate updates, answering questions, obtaining additional information needed to make a thorough hiring decision, and through the offer or rejection processes.
  • Support offer letter processes, including negotiations, drafting offers, and handling sensitive and confidential compensation information.
    • Ensure reference checks are completed and logged.
    • Submit background checks following an offer and partner with the Senior HR Generalist on potential clearance issues.
    • Serve as the new team member's primary point of contact through to their start date.
  • Consult with the HR team and senior leadership on recruiting policies and procedures to:
    • Develop and monitor quarterly talent acquisition metrics and provide analysis that discusses the effectiveness of ARA's Talent Acquisition strategies.
    • Evaluate interviewers for their reliability, availability, and interviewing techniques ensuring compliance with local, state and federal regulations, ARA's internal policies and processes, and conduct periodic practical training sessions to refresh hiring team members' skills.
    • Advise on hiring and compensation guidelines.
  • Provide subject-matter expertise to support other projects and initiatives as requested or assigned.

Candidate Qualifications

Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills
  • An undergraduate degree, preferably in Human Resources Management, Humanities, Marketing/PR/Advertising, Psychology, Finance, or Business Administration.
  • At least seven years of relevant professional recruiting experience managing candidates through a complete search cycle.
  • Prior corporate recruiting experience required.
  • Experience managing candidates within an applicant tracking system.
  • Experience with placing candidates in firms such as commercial real estate, law, accounting, investment management/banking, private equity, or other similar industries.
  • Campus and alumni recruiting experience preferred.
  • Experience working inclusive recruiting programs to provide opportunities to minorities traditionally underrepresented in the industry.
  • Proficiency in initiating and maintaining productive relationships with customers, clients, and service providers.
  • Proficiency in utilizing social media as a recruitment tool (e.g., LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Glassdoor).

Competencies

The ideal candidate for this role will exhibit competency in the areas listed below. At ARA, we see possessing these traits as vital to the success of the position:

  • Creative Thinking – An innovative thinker who translates thoughts into actionable items.
  • Works Collaboratively – A team player with a commitment to achieving objectives through collective action and communication.
  • High EnergyThrives in a fast-paced, dynamic environment where multi-tasking is essential.
  • Models Our Values – Conducts daily business and interactions with mindfulness that reflects ARA's culture and promotes its values and standards.
  • Results Driven – Outperforms expectations and promotes the firm's competitive advantage through an analytical and context-driven approach to problem-solving.

Job Specifications

  • Expected work hours: 8:30 to 5:30, Monday through Friday with occasional nights and weekends.
  • Travel: Business trips with overnight stays may be required (except when local or national stay-at-home orders or travel restrictions are in effect, as such trips are not permitted). Occasionally may need to drive a personal vehicle for business.
  • Work environment and physical demands: General office environment at ARA's downtown Los Angeles corporate offices (except when local or national stay-at-home orders are in effect). 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

American Realty Advisors is committed to equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate based on an individual's race and associated traits, sex, gender, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, registered domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, genetic information, military, and veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law state or federal law. This policy governs all aspects of employment at American Realty Advisors, including hiring, assignments, training, promotion, compensation, employee benefits, employee discipline and discharge, and all other terms and employment conditions.

ARA considers for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance No. 184652.

Apply for this Position

Equal Employment Opportunity

ARA is committed to equal employment opportunity and applies the principals of openness and diversity to all aspects of employment including hiring, assignments, training, promotions, compensation, employee benefits and issue resolution, employee discipline and discharge, and any other terms and conditions of employment. We do not discriminate on any basis protected by local, state, or federal law including, but not limited to, race, sex, gender, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, registered domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, genetic information, military and veteran status, citizenship status, or any other basis.

Learn more about our strategies and services

Talk to our team today to find out how ARA can provide you with the tools to help you achieve your real estate return goals.

Contact Now