PCI Developments is a Vancouver-based real estate developer and investor. Since inception in 1982, PCI has forged strong business relationships and created a culture of innovation and integrity. PCI is a developer with an entrepreneurial focus and has assembled an experienced team with comprehensive real estate expertise. This approach enables the organization to successfully undertake a variety of real estate projects including large transit-oriented, mixed-use urban developments, residential rental buildings, built-to-suit commercial buildings, shopping centers and industrial development. PCI is not confined by formula, size, or product type. Recent developments include the iconic Marine Gateway, King George Hub, 601 West Hastings, 565 Great Northern Way, Kaslo and Crossroads all of which are neighbourhood-changing mixed-use developments. The company manages a rapidly increasing portfolio of real estate assets of their own and on behalf of external clients.

PCI is a seeking a full-time Asset Management Analyst to join our growing team.  This role, reporting directly to the Vice President, Acquisitions & Leasing, will be a key member of the asset management team that oversees a growing portfolio of core commercial and residential multifamily assets in various stages of the property lifecycle, from holding income and development through to long-term income-producing assets.   Suited to someone interested in active involvement through the full lifespan of commercial real estate investment, the role will entail collaborating with PCI’s asset managers in preparing annuals plans, quarterly reports, and other monthly communications as needed for internal and external investor clients.  You will also support the team with other portfolio-wide initiatives such as property tax assessment, appraisal valuations and capital planning.   The role will be based in the company head office in Downtown Vancouver. You will work as part of a close knit high performing team and will gain broad exposure to multiple facets of real estate development and management.

To be considered for this entry-level role you must be a proactive individual with excellent analytical and written skills. Candidates for consideration should have relevant undergraduate degree (e.g. Urban Land Economics, Finance, Commerce) and co-op or internship experience in commercial real estate will be considered an asset.

Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to