Manager, Lease Abstracting - Retail Operations Finance
L BrandsLocated in Columbus, OH
The Manager, Lease Abstracting plays a key role on the Operational Finance team by managing a team of 5-6 associates that abstracts complex domestic and international leases. The ideal candidate possesses strong analytical thinking capabilities and project management skills. The candidate also is enthusiastic, self-motivated, and demonstrates tenacious attention to detail.
- Develop a clear understanding of lease processes and business issues
- Establish productive relationships with cross functional partners
- Perform business and financial analyses
- Work independently and on group projects
- Manage multiple tasks simultaneously
- Manage and develop direct reports
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills, tenacious attention to detail
- Enthusiastic, high energy, self-motivated
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s Degree required and post-bachelor’s paralegal certification, a plus
- 5-7 years of relevant experience
- Intermediate with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent project management skills; ability to manage multi-tasks simultaneously
- Demonstrated ability to work independently
- Proficient with Accruent or Business Objects a plus
If interested in this position, please contact Margarita Dorfman @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: May perform other duties as assigned
(Posted on: Nov 17, 2017)Back to all Jobs
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