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    What it takes to be a Property Manager

    Effective negotiation skills, attention to detail and the ability to just get things done are all attributes our Property Managers possess. From assisting with the completion of new stores, negotiating with landlords, to the planning of sites, the role of a Property Manager is dynamic, challenging and rewarding. Prior experience in project management and property is a must, as is a hands-on approach, and a drive to succeed.

    When you finish a build and see the impact it has on the business, you get a real sense of satisfaction

    Peter, Property Manager.

    The rewards – What’s in it for you: 

    Market leading remuneration
    Be part of a growing organisation
    Comprehensive training
    Company car
    High degree of responsibility

    With an ever growing portfolio of stores, no two days are ever the same. You’ll be engaging with leaders in the industry, developing your understanding of our business and working within our tight-knit property team. Overseeing the construction of new stores from inception to delivery is extremely satisfying, as is the attractive remuneration package and fully expensed company car.

    The role challenges: 

    Dealing with unexpected issues
    Fast paced
    High pressure
    Tight deadlines
    Hard work

    We’ve been opening approximately 30 stores every year so you can imagine the challenges we face on a daily basis. Staying on top of the intricacies of construction and retail and how they interact in a store environment can be very demanding as are the tight deadlines that come with the growth. To be successful in this role, you need to be highly organised and an exceptional project manager. 

    * Includes superannuation. Remuneration varies depending on location and ALDI experience.

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