Who are they and what do they do? The task of a property manager is to ensure the management of property and groups of properties (e.g., administrative, accommodation, operational, production, catering and other buildings and facilities) of the organisation.
What are the activities of the job? Work activities include - keeping property records, taking care of maintenance and repairs - taking a physical inventory of property, calculating and summing up the value of the property, comparing the actual and accounting figures, stating inventory discrepancies, managing the work of the inventory committee - calculations (for example, of rent, payments for the use of apartments or commercial space, etc.) based on formulas, rules and methodologies - preparing and signing business contracts related to asset management - processing and preparing administrative and other documents (for example for foreign business trips, for sponsorship, etc.).
Where is it done and under what conditions? The job is done in offices - or similar spaces, where the working environment is fairly comfortable.
What tools/equipment do they use? Tools and equipment include computer technology, telephone, fax machine, the spoken word.
What do you need to succeed? You need to have completed secondary education, ideally in economics. You also need to be precise, reliable, and able to work systematically.