Make your next move an expert one.
At Colliers it's not our success that sets us apart, it's how we achieve it. Our people are passionate, take ownership and always do what's right for our clients, people and communities.
Our enterprising environment needs your expertise to facilitate Colliers' continued growth as an industry leader. Our nimble, decentralized culture can provide you with a wealth of opportunities to learn about our business and quickly gain experience to accelerate your career.
Who you are
You're an aspiring appraisal professional looking to learn from the best, so you can become the next top appraiser. You enjoy analyzing data, gathering market research, and following a project from start to finish.
As a Valuations Analyst, you'll apply your superior organizational and analytical skills to conduct assessments, tax searches, conduct surveys, as well as collect and organize market and property information. You'll work alongside a Valuation Specialist tasked with supporting the appraisal process. You'll also be a main player within our office and collaborate with other departments to get information you need to support your team.
What you bring
Commitment to becoming a licensed appraiser, progressing towards your trainee and certified genera licenses.
An eagerness to learn all aspects of commercial real-estate as well as the knowledge you gained from your undergraduate degree.
Bonus skills and experience
Experience with Argus is an asset.
Experience in commercial real estate.
Strong Analytical skills with deft attention to detail.
What success looks like
You contribute to a better appraisal by identifying errors, compliance issues and other anomalies.
Valuations Specialists are pleased with your work and your attention to detail.
You take the initiative to work proactively on any issues.
You consistently deliver high quality work on time and on budget.
Make your next move an expert one and join us as we lead the industry into the future.
Direct applicants only please, no agencies.
Colliers provides equal employment opportunity to all persons. No employee or applicant for employment will be discriminated against because of race, creed, origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age, otherwise qualified disabled or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.