Asset Manager

Posted 27 February 2023
Job type Permanent
DisciplineCommercial Property

Job description

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Rawa are the commercial investment company for central Tāmaki hapū and ahi kaa, Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.  Whai Rawa is responsible for protecting and growing the $1.3billion asset base to support whānau and their aspirations for generations to come. 
E tū ngā uri o Tuperiri, Tāmaki Makaurau e ngunguru nei!
The descendants of Tūperiri stand strong, Tāmaki Makaurau roars.

Te Tōangaroa is the largest commercial asset for the hapū and one of the largest, single ownership, landholdings in Tāmaki Makaurau central business district. As the last remaining piece in the regeneration of the urban waterfront, a visionary masterplan of the whenua has been developed and focusses on creating long-term inter-generational outcomes and value for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei - a place that all of Tāmaki can be proud of.

An opportunity has arisen to lead the next phase of this important precinct.

The Role

Given the significance of Te Tōangaroa, an astute and dedicated asset manager is needed to oversee the continued development of strategy, execute tactical moves to support our core objectives for Te Tōangaroa and manage the tenancies in the precinct.

Forging and maintaining relationships is integral to this role. You will be the key point of contact for all Te Tōangaroa internal and external stakeholders, including directors, staff, whānau, ground lessees, tenants and consultants.
There is a particular focus on joint venture investment and development opportunities as part of the long term strategy for the precinct. This role will have input into the origination and subsequent structuring of these deals with preferential capital partners.

Experience Required

Ideally the successful candidate should possess the following:
  • Experience in urban regeneration or strategic repurposing of significant property holdings;
  • A proven track record in deal structuring, with a particular focus on institutional capital;
  • Proven project management skills in the planning and execution of property related projects;
  • A sound commercial understanding of planning, valuation and property law;
  • A tertiary qualification in Property or related field;
  • Experience in property management and strong grasp of facilities and technical issues;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Strong communication and an adherence to Tikanga Māori
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious, and entrepreneurial-type property professional to make their mark on a landmark precinct with a special connection to the cultural identity of the region.

Get in touch on 027 274 6829 or email for more details.