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Assistant Asset Manager

Westchester Group of Australia - Perth, WA

Property & Real Estate
Source: uWorkin




? Entry level position with an Agricultural Asset Management Company.
? Rural Property Management – Large-scale dryland cropping assets.
? Requires strong financial, analytical, negotiation and interpersonal skills.
? Location: Perth (initially), but a regional location could be considered.
Westchester Group of Australia (WGA) manages the investment and asset management activities
in Australia for its US based parent company (which is owned by TIAA). TIAA is one of the largest
global institutional investors in Agriculture, with a portfolio of over 500 assets in North America,
South America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
As a member of the Asset Management team this position will provide support to an existing team
of regionally based asset managers, to assist in managing and expanding a portfolio of farmland
assets across WA. Responsibilities within this team include analysing, recommending, and advising
on property acquisitions within the investment strategy of the business and ensuring the properties
within the regional portfolio are managed to the highest standard via regular property inspections
and periodic farm reviews.
This position will require someone with an understanding of and experience in the agricultural
sector who is looking to build their career in agricultural asset management. Relevant tertiary
qualifications would be expected as a minimum and experience in agricultural performance
measurement and benchmarking would be viewed advantageously.
This position could suit a graduate, but ideally someone with between 2 to 5 years professional work
experience in agronomy, banking and/or agribusiness. The successful candidate will be required to
travel regularly (across the region), be able to communicate effectively (both written and verbal) and
be able to work autonomously. A suitable professional development and training program would
form part of the position description.
If you have an interest in this role and would like to be part of a long-term global growth story in
agricultural asset management, then please forward your CV and a letter of application to:

[email protected]

“Expressions of Interest” close on 21 June 2021