This position works closely with the Southern California/Arizona/Hawaii Division's Senior Managing Director and other Divisional leaders to grow the Los Angeles and Division revenue through procuring work, reviewing appraisal work, managing existing appraisal staff, and recruiting and hiring new appraisers. The Managing Director will be tasked with growing new client relationships and securing new business, while maintaining existing client relationships through meetings, conference attendance and other methods.
Other duties include: Assist senior management with annual budgeting.
Analyze and manage key performance indicators, including, but not limiting to, revenue, costs and net profits.
Perform meaningful and thoughtful appraiser performance reviews. When necessary, work with HR leaders to create performance improvement plans.
Assist, encourage, and monitor appraisers' professional growth through development of individual and team business plans.
Assist other Divisional Managing Directors to optimize Divisional appraisal capacity and staffing.
Maintain organization reputation by ensuring that staff are conforming to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).
Work with clients and/or appraisers regarding appraisal requests, problems to be solved, and scope of the assignments.
Work with clients and/or appraisers to determine valuation methodology. Identify key positions within area of responsibility and work with executive team and HR to develop effective succession plans.
Lead by example and model behaviors that are consistent with the company's values.
Comprehend, analyze, and interpret complex business documents.
Respond quickly and effectively to key issues.
Create and deliver effective and persuasive presentations on complex topics to employees, clients, top management and/or public groups.
Motivate and negotiate effectively with key employees, top management, and client groups to take desired action.
Review complex financial/business analysis and reports prepared by subordinates.
Solve advanced problems and deal with a variety of options in complex situations.
Make decisions with in-depth understanding and interpretation of procedures, company policies and business practices to achieve desired results.
Bachelor's Degree (BA or BS) from four-year college or university required.
A minimum of 10 years commercial appraisal experience required.
Must have California General State Certification/License.
MAI designation required.
Must be proficient in Argus, MS Word and MS Excel.
Good writing skills required.
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer Women/Minorities/Persons with Disabilities/US Veterans
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