Disposition Manager

Job Description

Our property acquisitions and property dispositions teams are hiring! You will be responsible for acquiring or selling properties for the investment firm by negotiating with what we purchase, and at what price. This includes frequent phone, text, and email communication with buyers and sellers, as well as in-person meet-ups with clients. In addition to building rapport with our clients, you would be responsible for setting appointments and showing properties within the area.

You Are

  • Passionate about real estate investing
  • Tenacious and don’t take no for an answer
  • Creative and think outside of the box
  •  A self starter who can work independently
  • Motivated to learn and build together


  • Real estate license is preferred but not required
  • 3+ years commercial real estate transactions experience (healthcare real estate experience, preferred; corporate real estate, preferred)
  • Bachelor’s Degree in real estate finance, business, accounting or related field
  • Must have sales and marketing skills
  • Must have outstanding customer service skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Analytical and quantitative skills
  • Must know and understand the real estate transaction processes
  • Real estate market knowledge
  • Working knowledge of real estate software and databases
  • Working knowledge of project scheduling and management
  • Working knowledge of project budgets & control
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Ability to  work in a team environment
  • Advanced knowledge in MS Office applications and Google Suite
  • Problem-solver that can sort through complex issues and conduct comparative analysis of multiple solutions
  • Ability to facilitate change and build consensus
  • Excellent people skills including self-confidence
  • Ability to make effective decisions with limited time and information


  • Developing relationships and becoming their go-to person for all real estate transaction needs
  • Partner with property/asset management peers and collaborate with hospital/division/corporate leaders to develop short- and long-term real estate strategies in support of company growth plans and operational efficiency.
  • Complete all types of real estate transactions, including leases (both landlord and tenant), acquisitions, dispositions, licenses, easements, development agreements, timeshares, terminations, options, charitable gifts, etc.
  • Run site selection process.
  • Prepare letters of intent and requests for proposal.
  • Negotiate all transaction deal terms.
  • Perform due diligence for each transaction, including environmental, property condition, and title research.
  • Conduct underwriting and financial analysis of transactions, including property proformas, discounted cash flows, and other proprietary analyses.
  • Manage the legal review process for transaction documents, including facilitating dialogue between the parties’ legal counsel.
  • Manage the deal closing process.
  • Manage and track tenant improvement obligations and reimbursements.
  • Support joint venture and merger & acquisition projects and related real estate analyses and transactions.
  • Manage the developer selection process.
  • Analyze property financial statements, rent rolls, operating expenses, proformas, etc.
  • Manage internal analyst and external 3rd party broker and consultant resources, as needed, in performing real estate transactions and related activities.
  • Manage periodic and project-specific reporting from brokers, appraisers, title officers, legal counsel, hospitals, and foundation personnel in accordance with assigned real estate transactions and/or projects.
  • Gather and evaluate economic, demographic and other associated real estate market data.
  • Recommend updates to various contract templates.
  • Collaborate in the development and updating of department policy and procedure.
  • Participate in and maintain a process to continually improve organizational effectiveness using self-assessment performance evaluation criteria.
  • Provide regular status reports on various projects and/or department initiatives.
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks and participating in professional societies.
  • Coordinate meetings and prepare presentation materials.
  • Consistently act in accordance with CommonSpirit Health policy and procedure guidelines. Ensure all transactions comply with such policies and procedures.
  • Mentor junior staff (analysts)


  • A full-time career
  • Health package – 100% vision and dental covered and 60% medical United Healthcare
  • Caring management that will mentor & support you
  • Positive culture that values hard work and relationships
  • Company events and team-building outings


  • San Diego, California

Job Type

  • Full-time
  • 100% Remote

Work Hours

9:00am – 5:00pm PST

Pay Structure

100% Commission