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Associate, Residential Asset Management

Job ID 297
Los Angeles, CA

The Role

The Associate, Asset Management, works with ARA’s Asset Management Group in executing its operating strategy on its national real estate investment portfolio. This role is responsible for helping asset managers oversee all aspects of asset management of high-quality residential (multifamily and single-family rental) real estate assets located throughout the United States.

The Associate is tasked with helping drive investment strategy based on the firm’s models and its approach to value creation through oversight of property operations and capital deployment at each asset. Primary accountabilities include business plan preparation, presentation, and execution, developing monthly cash flow and investment return projections, internal and external reporting, market research, capital plan oversight, and involvement with new acquisitions. This individual will regularly engage with members of senior management, the acquisitions group, ARA’s third-party property management teams, and other external partners. This role is based in ARA’s downtown Los Angeles, CA, office, so the candidate will be expected to be a resident of the Los Angeles area and commute to the office.

Essential Functions

  • Assist senior asset managers with:
    • Developing and executing strategic business plans and property operating budgets.
    • Review monthly reporting packages and cash follow distributions/contributions, evaluate variances, accuracy, and resolve discrepancies.
    • Prepare detailed financial analyses of operating performance, leasing trends, submarket analytics, and competitive property analysis. 
    • Maintaining reputation, relationships, and efficient information flow between asset managers, third-party property managers, joint venture partners, portfolio managers, and executives.
    • Conducting periodic physical inspections of assets, touring competitive properties, developing industry knowledge and relationships, and commanding a general overall understanding of the market and submarket dynamics.
    • Reviewing peer performance, target occupancy, and appropriate lease rates for assets. Evaluating daily rates and quarterly performance, following up on any discrepancies or inconsistencies.
  • Participate in weekly operational calls with property managers to discuss asset strategy, vendor engagement, asset performance, capital projects, leasing trends, marketing strategy, and other business matters.
  • Assist in preparing and drafting committee recommendation memos to the executive committees for asset repositioning, hold/sell analyses, dispositions, acquisitions, development, large capital projects, and key legal documents.
  • Support asset managers with oversight of the development process, including:
    • Conduct detailed reviews of construction draw packages and related monthly development and financial reports;
    • Conduct periodic site inspections with asset managers and construction services team;
    • Prepare monthly development status reports and presentations for executive management;
    • Prepare wire transfer requests for executive management approval.
  • Assist the Acquisitions Team in the overall underwriting, committee recommendation drafting, due diligence, and asset management transition processes, as needed for acquisitions and new developments.
  • Conduct thorough market research to validate asset acquisition or new development underwriting;
  • The proposed market positioning and strategy;
  • Comparable sales data and future development pipeline.
  • Track and report key issues to the operational portfolio manager quarterly.
  • Prepare annual portfolio review materials, including preparing and delivering written and oral reports to trustees, consultants, clients, and staff.
  • Review quarterly asset valuations and follow-up on discrepancies or inconsistencies; interface with appraisers and asset managers to finalize value.
  • Verify the accuracy of the rent roll, recoveries, market lease assumptions, valuation metrics, operating expenses, and capital expenditures.
  • Support dispositions activities by preparing the asset for sale, drafting the committee recommendation, interfacing with the disposition team, and supporting the overall due diligence and closing processes.
  • Other activities that may be assigned from time to time.

The above listing represents the general duties considered essential functions of the job and is not to be considered a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the position. 

Candidate Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Real Estate, or related field is required. A Master’s degree in Finance, Real Estate, or related field is preferred.
  • At least three years of relevant experience in commercial real estate analysis or asset management; an intermediate understanding of real estate finance associated terms and formulas and the construction/development processes.
  • Strong financial and mathematical skills, including, but not limited to, the ability to calculate and understand discounted cash flows, net present value, and internal rate of return. A thorough understanding of accounting principles is required, including comprehending standard accounting reports and statements and a basic knowledge of MRI reporting.
  • Possess general knowledge of joint venture agreements, loan documents, lease agreements, property management agreements, development agreements, service contracts, and title documents. Have a broad understanding of the construction process, terminology, and AIA documents.
  • Familiarity with various software for word processing and spreadsheet preparation. Demonstrated proficiency and precision in Microsoft Excel with the ability and understanding of how to build formulas. Familiarity with creating ARGUS Enterprise models and reviewing and adjusting Altus models. 

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. Occasionally may be required to drive a personal vehicle for business.
  • Work environment and physical demands: General office environment.

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.

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Senior Analyst, Investments

Job ID 265
Los Angeles, CA

Investment Analysts help ARA execute its investment strategy on its national real estate investment portfolio. Based in ARA's Los Angeles office, the Senior Analyst/Associate supports ARA's Investment team in driving the acquisitions process for its funds and separately managed accounts.

How?

Using your one to three years of acquisitions experience, you will work with senior investment directors to review investment opportunities to determine suitability for further investigation per ARA’s client’s investment parameters. Utilizing Argus, Excel and other financial models, you will prepare complex and detailed financial analyses to evaluate a myriad of investment structures.

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

  • You have support 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.

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.

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Analyst, Asset Management

Job ID 269
Los Angeles, CA

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.

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.

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IT Support Specialist

Job ID 295
Los Angeles, CA

The Role

The IT Support Specialist is ARA’s first line of technical support for the firm. The successful candidate possesses an aptitude for working with applications and systems to analyze, diagnose, and resolve technical problems with firm hardware and software. Issues may range from straightforward to more complicated matters. Included in this role is a range of administration duties related to providing effective and efficient technical support. Support coverage spans ARA’s Los Angeles headquarters and remote users at satellite and home offices throughout the United States. This role is based in ARA’s Los Angeles, CA, office, so the candidate will be expected to be a resident of Southern California and commute to the office.

Essential Functions

  • Field initial phone calls and emails from staff regarding IT issues and queries.
    • Receive, log, and manage support request calls via telephone and email for tracking and reporting purposes.
  • Provide first-line support:
    • Troubleshoot technology problems from in-house software to end-user hardware, such as iPhone\Android phones, Laptops, PCs, VOIP Phones, and Printers.
    • Troubleshoot underlying network issues.
    • Escalate unresolved calls to the Senior Support Team.
    • Take ownership of user problems and follow up on the status of the problems on behalf of the user and communicate progress promptly.
    • Maintain high customer service for all support queries and adhere to all service management principles.
  • Create user accounts, reset passwords, create groups, etc., in Active Directory.
  • Maintain the firm’s Technology Asset Database.
  • Draft and publish support documentation to assist staff with requests for information and provide training as needed.
  • Help maintain support documentation and create documentation as required.
  • Research issues and products as requested and keep up to date on new software and hardware releases.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Candidate Qualifications

  • Associate degree in computer science, information technology, or a related area of study required. Bachelor’s degree in a related technical field preferred.
  • Microsoft Certified Professional designation preferred.
  • Minimum of one year of experience in technical support or analytical positions.
  • Experience installing, configuring, and maintaining all manner of computer hardware and associated network equipment required.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft software:
    • All Windows Operating Systems.
    • Microsoft 365
  • Basic understanding of Active Directory
  • Basic understanding of Webex, Zoom, or similar video conferencing system
  • Able to respond to many emails and phone requests that may arrive throughout the day and enter them into the ticketing system.

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 to reflect ARA’s culture and promote 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: 8:00 to 5:00, 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 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

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Vice President Graphic Design

Job ID 303
Los Angeles, CA

The Role

The Vice President, Graphic Design, plays a critical role in ARA’s Corporate Marketing and Communications team, overseeing the firm’s visual brand identity. Under the guidance of the Director, Marketing and Communications, this position is responsible for creating engaging and dynamic marketing materials for both print and digital formats, strategizing the best vehicles for message delivery and ensuring a consistent brand look and feel across all mediums.

Critical focus areas will be to elevate ARA’s existing materials while adhering to established brand guidelines for an institutional audience. ARA’s marketing materials must appeal to and target current clients, potential investors, recruits, general private equity/commercial real estate industry professionals, and internal stakeholders. Materials will be created to support ARA’s Investor Relations, Portfolio Management, Investments, Asset Management, and Operations teams. This role also works directly with the firm’s senior management and CEO to fulfill graphic needs for customized presentations to current and potential investors.

Candidates must have extensive experience and the proven ability to develop and implement creative ideas to benefit the firm’s overall marketing strategy as a value-add solutions provider. The ideal candidate is a true team player who thrives in a collaborative environment and is motivated to contribute to strategic initiatives to build ARA’s business.

Essential Functions

  • Oversee visual brand identity for the firm, responsible for design and maintaining continuity of all collateral across mediums.
  • Illustrate complex business concepts through creative layouts of art and copy with an attention to detail regarding arrangement, size, type, and style:
    • Create and implement dynamic concepts to meet the needs of many internal and external stakeholders.
    • Manage production of printed and digital collateral.
    • Partner with Production Team for quality assurance of printed materials.
  • Complete assigned projects by coordinating with outside agencies, services, and printers.
  • Create and edit marketing collateral, including quarterly reports, fund snapshots, client presentations, and other materials for internal and external use.
  • Update, format, and produce PowerPoint presentations and additional marketing collateral for the Sales Team and the CEO.
  • Under the Director, Markating’s supervision, support ARA’s digital strategy, including:
    • Creating standard templates for ARA’s social media channels (LinkedIn, etc.) and email marketing programs.
    • Creating bespoke posts for content campaigns and social initiatives.
    • Designing website landing pages for various content outputs.
    • Supporting UI/UX website updates.
  • Regularly evaluate competitor materials to ensure ARA content is at or above par with all competitors.

Candidate Qualifications

  • At least three years of hands-on design and production experience of print and digital marketing materials, including advertisements, sales collateral, email marketing, social media, and event material (trade-show elements such as booth design, poster boards, and promo items where the firm’s logo is featured) required.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Marketing, or related degree or equivalent experience required.
  • Advanced knowledge of design and visual principles, as demonstrated by a portfolio showing creative design, software skills, and an understanding of corporate marketing required.
  • Experience working in a corporate setting and with an existing brand.
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator).
  • Highly skilled in PowerPoint presentation creation.
  • Experience with transferring data-centric charts and graphs from Microsoft Excel to design collateral required.
  • Ability to critically evaluate choices, with ARA’s needs in mind, and the ability to communicate design choices to stakeholders.
  • Familiar with editing video content and motion graphics in PremierePro, AfterEffects, or another similar editing software preferred.
  • Basic knowledge of HTML/CSS.

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 to reflect ARA’s culture and promote 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. Occasionally may need to drive a personal vehicle for business.
  • Work environment and physical demands: General office environment.

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.

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Associate, Industrial Asset Management

Job ID 301
Los Angeles, CA

The Role

The Associate, Asset Management, works with ARA’s Asset Management Group in executing its operating strategy on its national real estate investment portfolio. This role is responsible for helping asset managers oversee all aspects of asset management of high-quality industrial and office real estate assets located throughout the United States.

The Associate is tasked with helping drive investment strategy based on the firm’s models and its approach to value creation through oversight of property operations and capital deployment at each asset. Primary accountabilities include business plan preparation, presentation, and execution, developing monthly cash flow and investment return projections, internal and external reporting, market research, capital plan oversight, and involvement with new acquisitions. This individual will regularly engage with members of senior management, the acquisitions group, ARA’s third-party property management teams, and other external partners. This role is based in ARA’s Chicago, IL, office, so the candidate will be expected to be a resident of the greater Chicago area and commute to the office.

Essential Functions

  • Assist senior asset managers with leasing and operations, including:
    • Developing and executing strategic business plans and property operating budgets for assets of varying complexity.
    • Review monthly financial reporting packages and cash flow distributions/contributions, evaluate variances and accuracy and resolve discrepancies.
    • Prepare detailed financial analyses of operating performance, leasing trends, submarket analytics, and competitive property analysis.
    • Maintaining reputation, relationships, and efficient information flow between asset managers, third-party property managers, joint venture partners, portfolio managers, accountants, and executives.
    • Develop and maintain strong relationships with leasing and investment brokers, conduct periodic physical inspections of assets, and touring competitive properties to develop an in-depth knowledge of market and submarket dynamics.
    • Participate in weekly operational and leasing calls with property managers and brokers to discuss asset strategy, vendor engagement, asset performance, capital projects, leasing activity, market trends, and other business matters.
    • Assist in preparing and drafting recommendation memos to the executive committees for asset repositioning, hold/sell analyses, dispositions, development, large capital projects, major leasing decisions, and critical legal documents.
    • Create Economic Lease Analysis for each new lease by extracting all relevant economic lease points from the Letter of Intent. Review and input leasing assumptions from the properties’ annual budget. Provide thoughtful insight into the viability of the prospective lease, including modeling the lease’s anticipated impact on the valuation in Argus.
    • Review Common Area Maintenance reconciliations generated by third-party property managers against tenant leases and property operating expenses. Partner with accounting to ensure amounts billed tie with the general ledger. Submit reconciliation approval worksheets to the asset manager for approval and processing.
  • Support asset managers with oversight of the development and construction process, including:
    • Conduct detailed reviews of construction draw packages and related monthly development and financial reports;
    • Conduct periodic site inspections with asset managers and construction services team;
    • Participate in weekly Owner, Leasing, and Partner status calls;
    • Prepare monthly development status reports and presentations for executive management;
    • Develop a general understanding of the construction process, terminology, and AIA documents;
    • Prepare wire transfer requests for executive management approval.
  • Support portfolio management to track and report key issues and handle ad-hoc requests from the operational portfolio manager.
  • Lead quarterly and annual valuations processes for assigned assets, including:
    • Review quarterly asset valuations and follow-up on discrepancies or inconsistencies; interface with appraisers and asset managers to finalize value.
    • Verify the accuracy of the rent roll, recoveries, market lease assumptions, valuation metrics, operating expenses, and capital expenditures.
  • Other activities that may be assigned from time to time.
     

The above listing represents the general duties considered essential functions of the job and is not to be considered a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the position.

Candidate Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Real Estate, or related field is required. A Master’s degree in Finance, Real Estate, or related field is preferred.
  • At least three years of relevant experience in commercial real estate analysis or asset management; an intermediate understanding of real estate finance associated terms and formulas and the construction/development processes.
  • Strong financial and mathematical skills, including, but not limited to, the ability to calculate and understand discounted cash flows, net present value, and internal rate of return. A thorough understanding of accounting principles, including comprehending standard accounting reports and financial statements, is required, and a basic understanding of MRI reporting.
  • Possess general knowledge of joint venture agreements, loan documents, lease agreements, property management agreements, development agreements, service contracts, and title documents. Have a broad understanding of the construction process, terminology, and AIA documents.
  • Familiarity with various software for word processing and spreadsheet preparation. Demonstrated proficiency and precision in Microsoft Excel with the ability and understanding of how to build formulas. Familiarity with creating ARGUS Enterprise models and reviewing and adjusting Altus models.

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. Occasionally may be required to drive a personal vehicle for business.
  • Work environment and physical demands: General office environment.

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.

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Acquisitions Associate

Job ID 299
Los Angeles, CA

The Role

The Associate, Investments, works with ARA’s Investment Team to provide analysis and support throughout all areas of the acquisition process including underwriting, financing, due diligence, and closing with a primary focus on evaluating institutional quality industrial, residential, office, and retail real estate acquisition opportunities. This role is based in the greater Boston area supporting a senior acquisitions officer focused on the Mountain and Texas regions.

Essential Functions

  • 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. Potential investment targets include stabilized development/redevelopment and value-add opportunities.
  • Prepare complex and detailed financial analyses utilizing existing models, create ad-hoc Excel models as needed to evaluate a myriad of investment structures.
  • Review Argus, Excel, and other financial models to accurately and logically calculate and report all appropriate financial information about the investment under consideration.
  • Assist with preparation of various correspondence and reports, including letters of intent, investment committee memos, due diligence findings, and abstracts of various legal documents.
  • Interact with market participants throughout the acquisition process to obtain information relating to investments under consideration, including leasing and sales brokers, tenants, property managers, governmental authorities, and other investors.
  • Research, triangulate and maintain familiarity with financial investment metrics in major target metropolitan areas, including recent sales, cap rates, leasing activity, and supply pipeline.
  • Assist with the presentation preparation and communication of potential investment opportunities, official investment memoranda, financial underwriting, due diligence investigations findings, and other critical investment-related information to the investment committee, and the deal team.
  • Interpret real estate documentation about ownership structures, legal contracts, accounting, and property operations. Conduct reviews, summarize, and offer commentary on transactional documents under negotiation, including joint venture and loan agreements, and third-party engagement letters.
  • Assist with the due diligence process, documentation, and reports, including lease review, loan documentation, physical, environmental, and title reports, covenants, conditions, and restrictions, purchase and sale agreements, and other related ancillary documents.
  • Support other associates with the internal valuation process to ensure accurate valuations and optimal hold/sell evaluations for the existing portfolio.
  • Other activities that may be assigned from time to time.

The above listing represents the general duties considered essential functions of the job and is not to be considered a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the position.

Candidate Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Real Estate, or related field required.
  • At least three years of relevant experience in commercial real estate analysis or asset management; an intermediate understanding of real estate finance associated terms and formulas, as well as the construction/development processes.
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively with consultants, vendors, third-party property managers, and other members of the organization.
  • Strong finance and mathematical skills including, but not limited to, the ability to calculate and understand discounted cash flows, net present value, internal rate of return. Capable of generating and interpreting statistical data; demonstrated analytical skills, including financial analysis.
  • Familiarity with various software for word processing and spreadsheet preparation. Demonstrated proficiency and precision in Microsoft Excel with the ability and understanding of how to build formulas.

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. Occasionally may be required to drive a personal vehicle for business.
  • Work environment and physical demands: General office environment includes.

ARA and its service providers are Equal Opportunity Employers.

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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.

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