PROPERTY INVESTMENT MANAGER
This exciting new position has been created to play a pivotal role in devising and executing the next iteration of what is a very substantial, highly regarded and diverse property investment portfolio. This role will see the successful candidate working closely with the Senior Bursar (who is responsible for the endowment’s overall investment strategy) as well as overseeing a variety of third-party agents and advisers. Success in this role will help to secure the on-going financial health of the College and, in turn, support its pre-eminent academic strength and the opportunities it offers to students from a wide variety of backgrounds.
- Provide key support to the Senior Bursar by leading strategic initiatives (acquisitions, disposals and asset management) as part of contributing to the development and delivery of a long-term strategy for value creation within the property portfolio.
- Hold responsibility for all day-to-day management, reporting and external relationships across the portfolio, including reviewing the performance of all third-party agents and advisers.
- Continue to develop an extensive industry network in order to identify and quantify key industry trends across asset classes, and to originate fresh opportunities.
- An experienced property professional with a solid grounding in investment management, ideally across a variety of asset classes, and with good exposure to a range of asset management initiatives. Previous experience of working for an endowment fund would be an advantage but is not essential.
- A commercially astute individual who is excited by the considerable potential for value generation within an active property portfolio containing diverse asset classes. Intellectually robust and used to rigorous scrutiny of investment proposals and asset performance.
- A capable relationship builder who is both self-motivated but also enjoys working as part of a wider team and drawing-in inputs from a range of stakeholders. Sensitive to the wider heritage and purpose of both Trinity College and the University of Cambridge.
To apply for this role, please click the apply button, quoting reference L212, enclosing a copy of your CV.
For further information please contact Richard Langton at Tarver Melrose on 020 7917 9456.