Associate Consultant - San Francisco - Summer 2019

The Concord Group San Francisco , CA 94108

Posted 7 days ago

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Join a growing, fast-paced company in downtown San Francisco that works on all real estate product types.

To apply, please complete the application form with your cover letter, resume and unofficial transcript (with your name on it). Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Company

The Concord Group, one of the nations leading real estate strategy consulting firms, is seeking candidates for its Associate Consultant position in its San Francisco office. With over 40 consultants in four offices (Newport Beach, San Francisco, Atlanta, and New York), The Concord Group advises top developers, builders, financial institutions and municipalities worldwide on development, land-use, and financing decisions.

The firms strength is rooted in the passion and ability of its consultants, who are drawn from a broad array of professional and educational backgrounds. By virtue of our energetic and motivated workforce, we offer a unique environment emphasizing collaboration among all team members to ensure that each solution is borne of a thorough examination of all perspectives. We work as a team to promote work-life balance and offer support of individual educational and professional initiatives, flexibility in work hours, promotions based on merit rather than tenure, and a highly competitive compensation structure including full benefits.

The strength of our ties to former colleagues, as well as their diverse accomplishments, is a testament to the opportunity of the Associate Consultant position. Our alumni have gained admittance to the nations most prestigious graduate institutions and have excelled in many professional endeavors.

Position

The Associate Consultant is integral to the daily operation of the firm, and will have an active role in all aspects of engagements, including:

  • Conducting essential research regarding demographic data, market trends, employment trends, etc.;
  • Conducting interviews with leasing agents, brokers, and city planners;
  • Identifying key strategic and logistical issues;
  • Solving complex problems using qualitative and financial analyses;
  • Synthesizing conclusions into client-focused recommendations;
  • Developing results-driven client strategies; and
  • Interacting with team members, principals and clients.

The Associate Consultant position involves 75 - 90% computer work (research, modeling data using Excel, creating aesthetic tables/charts/maps, and analyzing results), 5 - 15% travel (often local, often national, and the rare international project); and 5-10% presentation/communication of results.

The Associate Consultant position is an outstanding opportunity for recent graduates as well as professionals who desire to expand their knowledge of the real estate industry in a strategic consulting function. Associates are encouraged to assume project leadership roles and client responsibilities as they develop their skill sets; ability is the only qualification for advancement.

This position is for a summer 2019 start date. We will still consider applicants who are able to begin on a more immediate timeline.

Requirements

Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:

  • Positive, team-oriented attitude;
  • Demonstrated interest in real estate economics and development;
  • Bachelor's degree with 3.3 GPA or higher;
  • Excellent quantitative skills;
  • Excellent communication skills in both writing and presentation;
  • Enjoys searching for and making sense of data;
  • Intuitive problem-solving capacity; and
  • Ability to balance multiple assignments in a fast-pace environment.

The following qualifications may also be considered:

  • Work or internship experience in real estate, specifically, market research;
  • Professional or academic experience with Excel;
  • Academic focus in real estate, urban studies, or a similar field.

The Concord Group provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.

Benefits

We offer a highly competitive compensation structure including performance-based bonuses, vacation, paid holidays, sick time off, full health benefits, and a profit sharing/401K plan.

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