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Current Opportunities:

Human Resources Coordinator
Seattle , WA


Utility Technician
Seattle , WA


Property Administrator
Denver , CO


Property Administrator
Hillsboro , OR


Assistant Property Manager
Seattle , WA


Utility Technician
Bellevue , WA


Unico is a growing company, and we're looking for talented, energetic and civic-minded employees who can embrace innovation and change. We value excellence, integrity, accountability, respect, balance, growth and community involvement.

In return, we have a solid history of promoting from within and providing excellent growth opportunities for our employees. Our pay is competitive, our benefits comprehensive. And we're an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Our benefits include medical, dental, vision, disability, a generous employer-matched 401(k) retirement investment plan, paid vacation and sick leave, flexible spending accounts, a transit subsidy program, education and course reimbursement and more. Additionally, Unico was recently recognized as a Gold Level Recipient of the American Heart Association’s Fit-Friendly Worksites Recognition program.

EEO Employer/Disabled/VETS

General Contact Information
Unico Properties LLC
1215 4th Avenue, Suite 600
Seattle, WA 98161
Fax: (206) 628-5067
Email: careers@unicoprop.com
Recruiters, please don't contact us about job postings.

Current Opportunities:

Human Resources Coordinator - Seattle , WA
The Human Resources Coordinator assists with the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources department by performing a wide variety of administrative duties and supporting some or all functional areas of HR.

Key Responsibilities:
• Support the recruitment function; schedule and coordinate interviews, process background checks, maintain job postings
• Assist with onboarding and new hire processes and procedures
• Enter new hires and employee changes into HRIS
• Support training and development programs, including yearly performance review process
• Update and maintain HR pages on the intranet
• Administer “Getting to Know You” program
• Maintain Human Resources records, ensuring documents are current, accurate, confidential, and in compliance with company policies and government regulations
• Assist with implementation and execution of recognition programs
• Research, compile, and analyze data for HR projects and reports
• Assist with special HR projects, as needed
• Monitor the Human Resources inbox and respond to and/or distribute messages, as appropriate
• Respond to requests for information
• Conduct various audits to ensure accuracy of data; perform compliance-related activities
• Provide general administrative support such as preparing correspondence, forms, and reports; processing incoming mail; screening and routing phone calls; and maintaining the HR calendar
• Help shape the corporate culture through HR function


Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree and one to three years’ human resources experience
• Proficient using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint; experience with Microsoft Visio and HRIS preferred
• Contextual knowledge of the real estate industry preferred
• Strong commitment to excellent internal and external customer service
• Strong business acumen
• Ability to make recommendations to effectively resolve problems or issues, by using judgment that is consistent with standards, practices, policies, and procedures
• Demonstrated understanding of business processes and how to change and improve them to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness
• Ability to effectively work in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced, and sometimes ambiguous environment
• Ability to prioritize work and plan work activities to use time efficiently
• Must be dependable, able to follow instructions, respond to direction, and must be able to improve performance through feedback
• Willingness to take direction from multiple people
• Superior attention to detail and accuracy; excellent organizational skills
• Comfortable with ambiguous assignments; resourceful
• Exhibits initiative and is self-motivated



Utility Technician - Seattle , WA
Performs building repairs and maintenance tasks including lighting maintenance and light plumbing repair. Responsible for performing basic preventative maintenance to the building structure and systems. Performs odd jobs for tenants including moving furniture. Participates in on-call engineer rotation schedule. Promotes a culture and demonstrates market leadership that is committed to sustainability and strategic energy management.

Key Responsibilities:
• Perform general maintenance on buildings.
• Changing lighting fixtures.
• Making minor plumbing repairs.
• Order lighting and plumbing equipment.
• Move furniture for tenants.
• Perform other maintenance as directed by work orders.
• Participate in the Engineering on-call schedule.
• Drive company vehicle as necessary.



Qualifications:
• Have 07 training card (for WA state employees only).
• High School Diploma.



Property Administrator - Denver , CO
The Property Administrator assists the Senior Property Manager in daily management issues, vendor relations, tenant relations, work order management through Building Engines, accounts payable and receivable, capital and tenant improvement cost tracking, parking, security, storage, budget preparation and monthly reports. Provides support to General Manager and Senior Property Manager. Supports leasing as directed and assists leasing commissions to brokers. Acts as first contact with tenant, and performs receptionist duties such as answering phones and greeting visitors.


Key Responsibilities:
• Maintain tenant and administrative files including current tenant leases, general correspondence.
• Prepare and assist with monthly reports and preparation of budgets
• Maintain capital and tenant improvement project cost tracking spreadsheets
• Prepare and assist with preparation of monthly accruals, preposts for tenant rent payments
• Assist in preparation of year-end accruals and closeout.
• Maintain office calendar, including scheduling of conference rooms and passdown for deliveries and construction activities.
• Arrange special events for tenant relations.
• Perform special projects for General Manager and Senior Property Manager.
• Compose general correspondence and marketing materials for various tenant relations and leasing purposes.
• Coordinate service partner’s delivery of services such as parking, landscaping and day janitorial.
• Track leasing commissions to insure payment to brokers.
• Maintain Purchase Order and work order records. Requires data entry using accounting software.
• Answer phones and greet visitors.
• Maintains documentation regarding certificate of insurance for tenants and service partners.
• Generates work orders as per tenant request and daily review of security log. Enter and track work order with engineering.
• Coordinate move-in and move-out of tenants.
• Serve as primary customer contact by phone and in person.


Qualifications:
• 1-3 years’ experience in a customer relations position.
• High school Diploma
• Ability to multi-task
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Experience with basic accounting and budgeting
• Ability to assist and support others
• Detail-oriented
• Strong computer application skills including Microsoft Excel, Outlook, and Word
• Strong customer service orientation



Property Administrator - Hillsboro , OR
The Property Administrator assists the Senior Property Manager in daily management issues, vendor relations, tenant relations, work order management through Building Engines, accounts payable and receivable, capital and tenant improvement cost tracking, parking, security, storage, budget preparation and monthly reports. Provides support to General Manager and Senior Property Manager. Supports leasing as directed and assists leasing commissions to brokers. Acts as first contact with tenant, and performs receptionist duties such as answering phones and greeting visitors.


Key Responsibilities:
• Maintain tenant and administrative files including current tenant leases, general correspondence.
• Prepare and assist with monthly reports and preparation of budgets
• Maintain capital and tenant improvement project cost tracking spreadsheets
• Prepare and assist with preparation of monthly accruals, preposts for tenant rent payments
• Assist in preparation of year-end accruals and closeout.
• Maintain office calendar, including scheduling of conference rooms and passdown for deliveries and construction activities.
• Arrange special events for tenant relations.
• Perform special projects for General Manager and Senior Property Manager.
• Compose general correspondence and marketing materials for various tenant relations and leasing purposes.
• Coordinate service partner’s delivery of services such as parking, landscaping and day janitorial.
• Track leasing commissions to insure payment to brokers.
• Maintain Purchase Order and work order records. Requires data entry using accounting software.
• Answer phones and greet visitors.
• Maintains documentation regarding certificate of insurance for tenants and service partners.
• Generates work orders as per tenant request and daily review of security log. Enter and track work order with engineering.
• Coordinate move-in and move-out of tenants.
• Serve as primary customer contact by phone and in person.


Qualifications:
• 1-3 years’ experience in a customer relations position.
• High school Diploma
• Ability to multi-task
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Experience with basic accounting and budgeting
• Ability to assist and support others
• Detail-oriented
• Strong computer application skills including Microsoft Excel, Outlook, and Word
• Strong customer service orientation



Assistant Property Manager - Seattle , WA
The Assistant Property Manager supports the on-site, day-to-day property management functions of a commercial office building(s) in the areas of tenant relations, property appearance, budgets and accounting, reporting, leasing, and construction management.


Key Responsibilities:
• Oversee tenant relations and direct personnel in carrying out tenant activities.
• Write and track formal tenant communication under the direction of the Property Manager (such as commencement letters, default letters, space delivery notices).
• Maintain quality and cost-effective property operations through management of vendor relationships, including managing RFP and selection process; assisting in and/or writing contracts, administering contracts, and tracking contract obligations and expirations; and overseeing service delivery including frequent service inspection of buildings.
• Administer property Fire Life Safety programs under supervision of Property Manager and Chief Engineer.
• Assist with oversight of parking garage operations such as reviewing operator monthly reports, tracking parking obligations per lease and stall availability, and forecasting parking requirements.
• Oversee Sustainability Certification renewals as required (LEED & EnergyStar).
• Assist Accounting department with property’s accounts payables, receivables, collections, and billing.
• Develop annual property budget under direction of the Property Manager, review and approve invoices, and monitor expenses to budget.
• Support Property Manager with calculating operating expense projections and reconciliations.
• Prepare property reports under direction of the Property Manager.
• Support construction planning and RFP/selection process for tenant and building capital projects.
• Assist in building marketing and new and renewal leasing activities, including lease administration, encumbrance abstracting, letter of credit & ROFO letter tracking, reporting, and events.
• Build positive business relationships, and promote a culture and demonstrate leadership that is committed to excellent service and sustainability.


Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in business or related field
• 2-3 years’ experience in property management
• BOMA certifications preferred, but not required



Utility Technician - Bellevue , WA
Performs building repairs and maintenance tasks including lighting maintenance and light plumbing repair. Responsible for performing basic preventative maintenance to the building structure and systems. Performs odd jobs for tenants including moving furniture. Participates in on-call engineer rotation schedule. Promotes a culture and demonstrates market leadership that is committed to sustainability and strategic energy management.

Key Responsibilities:
• Perform general maintenance on buildings.
• Changing lighting fixtures.
• Making minor plumbing repairs.
• Order lighting and plumbing equipment.
• Move furniture for tenants.
• Perform other maintenance as directed by work orders.
• Participate in the Engineering on-call schedule.
• Drive company vehicle as necessary.


Qualifications:
• Have 07 training card (for WA state employees only).
• High School Diploma.