Leasing Manager (Charlene186Eastgate)




Job Location
- South Africa -- Johannesburg Metro -- Johannesburg -- Eastgate

Job Type

23 January 2018

Closing date
28 Feb 2018 23:59

Main purpose / objective of the position:

To negotiate and agree terms and conditions of proposals to lease premises within specified parameters and conclude terms of standard lease agreements. To satisfy needs of tenants whilst not compromising company position.


Key Responsibilities:

Ensure all renewals and new leases are timeously negotiated and professionally compiled. Full responsibility for the leasing team and the leasing process from negotiations to ensuring the leases are accurately prepared and signed off. Full responsibility of the onsite leasing team. Responsibility for producing accurate status reports. Responsible for other leasing tasks (e.g. Umhlanga building) or as directed from time to time – this to include strategic input into other sites. Maintain positive relationships with all tenants and brokers. Compile and distribute vacancy schedule to all brokers. Manage and administer parking leases (monthly and lease based). Maintain and grow broker relationships/Database. Leasing strategy formulated. Preparation of and managing of budgets Tenant files kept up to date with relevant correspondence. To offer support to other business units as and when required Attending to hoc duties from time to time



Matric, B degree in a Property related field. Must hold a valid fidelity find certificate and satisfy the requirements as set out by the EAAB and current legislation for the position.



Min 3 years in a leasing environment. Staff management experience. Lease negotiation. Dealing with national tenants. Experience in a more generalist property/portfolio management position will be considered.



Knowledge required:

Computer literacy. Negotiating skills. Numerically inclined. Ability to understand contracts. Sound knowledge of the legal context within which commercial leases are negotiated.




Competencies required:

Excellent negotiation, analytical skills. Financial management skills. Excellent business administration skills. Ability to understand contracts. Well organised


  • Speaking/ Verbal Expression

    Good communication and interpersonal skills. During meetings expresses his/her ideas and opinions so that others understand his/her point. Clearly communicates with employees so they know what is expected of them. Is able to say “just the right thing” to a variety of people so that they understand what is being said. When speaking, acknowledges diverse points of view/concern by explaining the rationale for exclusion.

  • Influencing

    Presents credible, believable evidence that convinces the customer. Uses different influence strategies with different people in order to get the job done. Acknowledges and respects people for their contribution no matter what their level or position. Persuades others that their needs can be met through the options that are being offered. Convinces others to adjust their views in order for all parties to derive a win-win situation. Is seen to have credibility in the eyes of others/executive and general management. Ability to elicit active participation.

  • Pro-activity

    Anticipates possible future opportunities and puts plans in place to take advantage of these. Assertiveness. During tense and emotionally charged situations, displays an inner calmness that helps restore balance to the situation. During times of confusion, behaves with a sense of personal authority and responsibility that creates order, calmness and clarity. Explains ideas in a confident manner. Maintains positional viewpoint without being dogmatic.

  • Judgement

    Judges situations correctly despite absence of some relevant facts. Analyses gathered facts before making decisions. Evaluates the pros and cons of possible courses of action before a decision. Demonstrates effective problem solving.

  • Delegating

    Sets clear standards and procedures. Provides the required resources, including authority, when handing work over to be done. Uses delegation in order to provide challenging developmental opportunities for reporting staff. Provides the appropriate level support once work has been delegated.


Contact information

Charlene Naidoo

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