The successful candidate will possess strong written and verbal communication skills supported by a working proficiency with MS Office and Outlook, specifically Word and Excel. An understanding of basic corporate financial statements (Income and Balance Sheets) and the accounting concepts that support these reports is also important. The position requires a “servant’s heart” – a strong understanding of how to communicate and work with customers effectively. A college degree is not required, but some college level coursework in the disciplines of finance/accounting, management real estate, etc. is beneficial. Prior experience with review and interpretation of legal, vendor and insurance contracts and as well as with commercial real estate is also a plus.