At CIG, we are always seeking to add new individuals to our team who embody our culture and are pursuing an opportunity to develop and thrive in our fast-paced environment.
We provide continuous opportunities for growth and creativity, which will allow you to become the professional you have always wanted to be.
We also offer full time staff a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K with match, charitable donations match, holiday pay, and vacation.
We are looking for people who want to make a difference and who don't want to be just a number, but rather an integral part of a team.
Investing in real estate, private equity and capital markets
Controller Job Posting
We are looking for a controller to join our team and oversee the day-to-day financial and accounting operations of our real estate, corporate, and nonprofit entities along with the management of overall accounting policies, procedures and compliance. The Controller will be involved in the strategic direction and planning for the accounting division. The Controller will be a critical member of the overall accounting team and work to establish, manage and improve on processes and procedures that impact the team overall.
To be successful in this role, you will need a bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, and at least five years of experience in a similar position, and preferably an active CPA license. You should also have strong knowledge of accounting software and systems, excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, and proven leadership abilities. You will be working closely with the senior management and owners, so you should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, as well as a high level of professionalism and integrity. You will have a proven history of implementing new processes and creating efficiencies along with demonstrated management and growth of staff and team.
This is a unique opportunity for an experienced, business-minded Real Estate and Corporate Compliance Paralegal to join our diverse organization in Englewood, CO. This position will report directly to the Senior Controller, however, will be expected to be the legal department’s main point of contact for the CEO and other executive team members.
Real Estate - Review real estate transaction, leasing and development contracts, draft amendments, review title commitments and exception documents, review surveys and plats. Coordinate completion of transaction closings. Performance of other miscellaneous assigned duties such as researching various legislation, statutes and regulations related to real estate in various jurisdictions. Liaise with outside attorneys as appropriate.
Corporate – Assist with the formation and maintenance of corporate entities, such as drafting articles of organization, operating agreements, and resolutions. Conduct research on corporate regulations and compliance requirements. Liaise with outside attorneys as appropriate. Assist with corporate governance matters and record-keeping.
Contract Review – Review, edit and negotiate non-disclosure agreements, vendor and supplier contracts for real estate department and other divisions of business.
Family Office/Estate Planning - Coordinate with internal and external parties to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Assist with the organization and maintenance of legal records. Liaise with outside attorneys regarding estate planning, trust administration and family wealth management matters.
• BA or BS degree or equivalent work experience.
• 10+ years paralegal experience in both law firm and corporate legal departments with demonstrated expertise in the areas of real estate and corporate compliance, including contract review.
• Working knowledge of trusts and estate planning.
• Title experience and experience working with real estate investors or developers.
• Strong understanding of family office compliance and regulations.
• Experience with estate planning and understanding of trusts.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
- Self-directed with excellent problem-solving skills.
- Ability to work under pressure and prioritize.
- Strong collaboration skills and comfortability providing direction across departments and at all levels within the company.
- Be able to analyze and advise management as issues arise.
- Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
- Be a team player, able to work well with different divisions, title companies, outside lawyers and associates at all levels in the organization.
- Willing to act as a liaison with outside attorneys.
Multi-Family Construction Manager
Consolidated Investment Group, LLC. a premier investment management company with an extraordinary record of success and a reputation for collaboration and partnership; a depth of knowledge and experience; and a history of finding opportunities has an immediate opportunity for a Multi-Family Construction Manager in Englewood, Colorado.
The ideal candidate will work with the Real Estate team in project planning, budgeting, and execution of project meeting deadlines and objective. This position will be leading construction projects, working with General Contractors and other related trades, must be experienced in reading and understanding all construction documents including construction drawings, be able to recognize opportunities to value engineer, planning, conduct meetings, schedules, etc). provide management, guidance, and due diligence on a wide variety of development projects.
The Multi-Family Construction Manager should be able to work well independently, possess strong communication skills, be a creative problem solver, project a positive and motivating attitude, and have a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Planner. Experience with estimating and managing apartment renovations, is preferred, but not required.
• Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Construction Management
• 5+ years of experience; multi-family
• Understanding of building systems, design, construction, and related management strategies
• Experience managing $20+ million in multi-family (garden and podium) ground-up project experience – infinity, prescient, or other modular construction method is a plus
• Experience in bidding, interviewing, and contracting with architects, engineers and other design and testing consultants
This position may travel up to 50%.
We offer a very generous benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, life insurance (including AD&D, short-term and long-term disability), a 401(k) program with company match, an annual bonus incentive, and an EAP (Employee Assistance Program), we current work 2 days at the office (Mondays and Tuesday) and work from home the remaining day. CIG also offers 3 weeks of paid vacation, personal days, holidays, and sick leave.
The annual salary range is $150,000 to $160,000, depending on qualifications and skills.
Consolidated Investment Group LLC. is an equal employment opportunity employer.
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