Our client is an early-stage startup, it is fast-paced and collaborative. Day-to-day work is solving interesting problems using smart technologies, and they pride themselves on an environment where you can rapidly develop new skills, learn from each other, and truly see the impact of their work.
Data modelling: Creating ontologies and schemas for commercial real estate data. This involves classifying and categorising property data and managing the model’s rules and business logic.
Working closely with clients and founders. Writing business logic that can be directly converted into functioning code by developers.
Modify and maintain several real estate data scheme detailed enough to capture relevant real estate variables from any format
Originate and maintain real estate data processing and standardisation rules. Write comprehensive bullet-proof logic that handles all structures.
Manage a team of 2+ analysts working towards the same goals
Client relations: liaise directly with real estate and PropTech companies who are using our clients brand. Support them and use their feedback to set priorities for the product development pipeline.
At least 3 years working closely with tenancy schedule data whether in investments, asset management, property management or brokerage. The more expansive the experience the better: e.g. more asset classes and more jurisdictions the better. For example someone that only has experience in UK shopping centres would be inappropriate
Experience with variable scheme ideal. Whether in building internal reporting or underwriting tools
Strong problem-solving skills and a high level of attention to detail
Capable of working autonomously without close management
Strong Excel Skills
Enthusiasm to work as part of a small start-up team
Excellent interpersonal skills and comfortable working directly with clients
Experience with databases (SQL) a bonus but not a must
Our client offer full zero-excess private health insurance with optician and dental cashback.
Our client proactively seek professional development opportunities, including training and peer-to-peer learning sessions, visiting specialists, and attending conferences and meetups.
They hold regular team meals and social activities.
Modern, open office has communal areas, quiet spaces, table games, and unlimited drinks and snacks (plus beers in the evenings).