Careers With ICR
Careers With ICR
ICR Commercial Real Estate is committed to serving clients. Our expertise is delivered to our clients through our greatest
resource, our people; That’s why even in times of change and uncertainty, we are constantly adding to our talent pool. We
hire innovative thinkers to strengthen our team and proactively serve the emerging needs of all our clients. ICR is an equal
opportunity employer which prides itself on leading the industry in bringing diversity to the Commercial Real Estate fields.
ICR is always looking to hire talented individuals that are driven to achieve success.
Sales and Leasing Agent
Sales & Leasing Training:
ICR Commercial Real Estate offers a premier training program for their new salespeople. The company values having the most knowledgeable and creative sales force in the province. They believe a high level of expertise translates to high quality service for its clients.
Market knowledge and expertise are at the forefront of ICR’s continued success within Saskatchewan and these traits are exemplified by each ICR sales & leasing agent. This in-depth training program provides agents with a strong foundation from which they can build their careers.
With the commercial real estate industry constantly evolving, ICR believes it is vital that its agents have adequate training to provide clients with the best possible outcome in their commercial real estate transactions.
In addition to in-depth training that each agent receives, every agent is provided with ongoing mentoring from the partners of the company. This type of training and mentorship allows new agents to learn in a classroom environment and thereafter put the principles they have learned to use under the guidance and tutelage of experienced agents.
Training Module Topics:
ICR’s goal is to develop well rounded agents who are knowledgeable in every aspect of the industry and this is highlighted within the diversity of training modules offered. ICR’s training program is constantly evolving and developing to keep pace with the commercial real estate industry.
Presently, ICR offers 12 training modules and will continue to add more in the future. Current module topics that are covered range from Business Sales & Acquisitions, Retail/Office/Industrial Sales & Leasing to Business Presentations/Etiquette.
“Learning from the senior guys and how they do things was what I enjoy the most. I think we’re lucky here with so many senior guys that have done thousands of deals and are always willing to offer their advice.”
- Brad Hritzuk
“I enjoyed the modules that were set up in the discussion style of training. Overall I think that these modules were a great success”
- Mike Barber
“I enjoyed the interactive side of the training the most. The ability to have questions answered in session was helpful. “
- Brian Butterfield
The Property Manager manages daily customer relationships with different tenants through the coordination of Financial, Maintenance and Administrative activities by representing the building owner to both tenants, unit owners and the public.
The Property Manager duty is to protect, maintain and improve the value of the owner’s real estate assets and otherwise manage the affairs of the property, owners and tenants. The Property Manager understands customer needs as well as meets the requirements for financial return on each property.
If you are interested in pursuing a position within Property Management, email your resume and cover letter to: Craig Kuse
The Accounting Technician performs a variety of duties from backroom calculations to front desk customer service. Responsibilities include posting rent and condominium fees, filing and tallying deposits, coding, totaling, batching, entering, verifying and reconciling transactions such as accounts payable and receivable, purchase orders, cheques, invoices, cheque requisitions, and bank statements.
Other responsibilities include the compilation of budget data and documents based on estimated revenues, expenses and previous budgets, and the performance of related clerical duties, such as word processing, maintaining filing and record systems, faxing and photocopying.
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for planning and overseeing all administrative support and office services for the company, including typical secretarial and some receptionist duties in addition to shipping and receiving, supplies and stationery, and general troubleshooting.
The Administrative Assistant will assist Property Managers in drafting letters and notices, arranging for owner/tenant meetings and informational packages. As a direct contact with owners and tenants the Administrative Assistant has very strong people and communication skills.
The Maintenance Manager is responsible for performing and/or arranging general building, landscaping and property maintenance. The Maintenance Manager maintains equipment and coordinates the day to day operation of the maintenance department.
He/she is responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, and repair and maintain production and facility equipment according to safety, predictive and productive maintenance systems and processes to support the achievement of the site’s business goals and objectives.
The Building Caretaker typically cares for one or more residential buildings carrying out duties that would include: Building inspection; Minor interior and exterior maintenance; Cleaning/snow removal; Contractor coordination; Liaison with residents and property manager; Showing suites, conducting tenant move-in/move-outs; Non-cash rent collection, etc.
This position is flexible and is generally carried out by the Building Caretaker as such times as appropriate to the Building Caretaker.