Greenrock Careers

Greenrock is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment that mentors and encourages staff to collaborate, learn, and grow. We are dedicated to treating the members of our team with respect and fairness while providing them with opportunities to develop professionally.

If you are interested in joining our team, please apply to the current job postings below or email hr@greenrockpm.ca to inquire about opportunities.   

Perks of Joining the Greenrock Team  

  • Company culture focused on giving back
  • Competitive wages and benefits
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Mentorship
  • Partial tuition reimbursement opportunities for eligible staff members
  • Social engagement and networking events

Current Opportunities

Greenrock is currently recruiting for a Live-in Superintendent to join our team at Village Green as part of LIUNA 183.

Greenrock is a third-generation family real estate business with over 60 years of experience providing expert asset and property management services, property repositioning, sustainability, development, investment management, and Family Office Services.

Greenrock owns and manages several multi-unit residential and commercial properties in Toronto and is dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service.

A core Greenrock value is giving back to the communities we operate in. Please visit our website to learn more about Greenrock IMPACT. In recent years, IMPACT’s mandate has expanded to promote diversity and to seek greater equity for our staff, community members, and every Canadian.

Other Greenrock core values include teamwork, mentorship, learning, integrity, accountability, and transparency with our clients and other stakeholders.

Reporting to the Regional Community Manager, the Superintendent is important to the successful operation of a multi-residential portfolio and its community. The role is responsible for the physical maintenance and safety of the building(s) and surrounding property and its occupants. The primary functions require the Superintendent to have a service-oriented approach, excellent communication skills and work flexible hours including on-call requirements and month-end responsibilities.

Responsibilities include:

Customer Service:

  • Ensure Greenrock Communities are safe, clean, and presentable at all times befitting an “A” class landlord
  • Ensure a high level of client satisfaction is maintained through regular contact and proactive attention to resident needs
  • Conduct business at all times with the highest standards of personal, professional, and ethical conduct
  • Handle all resident issues, inquiries, feedback, concerns, and complaints quickly and professionally, escalate when required
  • Perform resident service requests in addition to routine repairs and maintenance in-suite, interior and exterior common areas in a prompt, efficient and friendly manner.
  • Apply customer service organizational policies and ensure adherence to site procedures
  • Communicate with the Property Manager, team members and site staff on an ongoing basis
  • Work with the team to recommend modifications for service improvement, based on results or information obtained from customers
  • 24-hour on call emergency response coverage is required on a rotating basis

Administration / Health & Safety:

  • Understand and abide by company policies, the Residential Tenancies Act, Privacy Act, Health and Safety standards, AODA and Municipal Property Standards By-Laws, and any other applicable legislation governing day-to-day operations
  • Ensure a complete knowledge and understanding of WHMIS, and ensure all contractors and vendors comply with safe handling guidelines; immediately report infractions, hazardous conditions, or damaged equipment to supervisor
  • Be thoroughly familiar with our emergency procedures including fire, flood, elevator entrapment, power outage, and mold remediation
  • Comply with regular fire and life safety standards including monthly testing and annual drills
  • Maintain all logs(including waste collection and salt logs) and safety checks
  • Issue purchase orders
  • Maintain accurate stock control records including appliance inventory. Discuss with Property Manager for requisition of supplies above approval limit
  • Complete incoming and outgoing inspection forms. Assist in maintaining parking control
  • Maintain and update the Building Fire Safety Plan
  • Administrative duties including use of technology, to document service requests and the resolution thereof

Maintenance:

  • Have a thorough knowledge and understanding of all maintenance systems (pumps, emergency generators, boilers, HVAC, chillers, swimming pools, sprinklers, etc.
  • Complete maintenance requests within 24 hours to ensure resident safety and satisfaction
  • Complete appliance repairs, routine plumbing repairs, repairs and maintenance requiring carpentry skills, painting, and basic electrical repairs
  • Complete general maintenance in common areas including but not limited to the garage and parking lot, rooftop, mechanical rooms, etc.
  • Ensure all mechanical and exit doors are secure and properly function at all times
  • Ensure use of authorized contractors only
  • In the event of an emergency where the Property Manager is unavailable the superintendent will assume all responsibilities for ensuring the proper sub-trade is contacted and complete follow up until the situation is rectified.
  • Be wholly responsible for master keys assigned to this position. At no time are master keys to be given out under any circumstances with the exception of distribution during the event of fire safety or health.
  • Responsible for the opening and locking of apartment doors for maintenance and service personnel when entry by the resident has been duly authorized.
  • Lock up laundry rooms, storage rooms, amenities, suite doors, mechanical doors are secure within the prescribed time frames
  • Review suites on turnover and complete a scope of work consistent with established policies and procedures. Coordinate month-end duties and responsibilities including apartment inspections, scheduling of contractors for turnover
  • Monitor building service contract performance to ensure prudent, cost effective practices are constantly observed
  • Review and evaluate repairs and maintenance requests to ensure they meet budgetary and operational expectations
  • Other duties within the scope, spirit, and purpose of the job, as requested by management

Cleaning:

  • Ensure property, grounds, and vacant suites are kept clean in accordance with company standards
  • Assume necessary safety precautions as required during inclement weather by shoveling, sanding, and salting sidewalks and building entrances and post necessary caution signage
  • Ensure the interior and exterior is litter and garbage free and checks compactor room and bins
  • Prepare and organize waste, recycling, organic bins to maintain order and cleanliness in the designated garbage areas. Move waste, recycling, organic bins to prescribed zones for established pick-up days
  • Maintain the cleanliness and organization of all electrical, mechanical, and other work areas including supply rooms and storage areas

Qualifications:

  • Minimum High school education is required
  • A trade certificate or license would be considered an asset
  • Minimum of two (2) years of relevant work experience or an apprenticeship or combination thereof
  • Good judgment, problem-solving skills, and attention to detail
  • Ability to safely use and maintain tools of the job
  • Knowledge of mechanical and HVAC systems and experience in related repairs
  • Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Outlook
  • Basic knowledge of financial accounting; budgets
  • Good communication skills (listening, verbal and written)
  • Fluent in English. Other languages are an asset
  • Strong team player
  • Show initiative and demonstrates sense of ownership
  • Knowledge of Yardi Maintenance Module is an asset
  • Vehicle and valid driver’s license would be considered an asset
  • Able to work on feet for long periods of time
  • Able to lift, push and pull heavy objects (up to 50lbs for cleaning and maintenance purposes) including garbage bins, furniture, appliances, etc.
  • Able to work on call for after hour emergencies

Diversity and inclusion are an integral part of Greenrock’s culture. We strive to attract, develop, and retain a workforce that reflects the diversity of our clients, tenants, and communities. Greenrock is committed to providing a respectful, inclusive, and accessible work environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their potential.

Accommodation will be provided in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Applicants need to make any accommodation requests for the interview or selection process known in advance. Greenrock will arrange reasonable and appropriate accommodation for the selection process which will enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.

If you are interested in applying, please send your resume and cover letter to hr@greenrockpm.ca with “Superintendent” in the subject line.

Reports to: Controller

Greenrock is a third-generation family real estate business with over 50 years of experience providing expert asset and property management services, property repositioning, sustainability, development, investment management, and Family Office Services. Greenrock owns and manages several multi-unit residential and commercial properties in Toronto and is dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service.

A core Greenrock value is giving back to the communities we operate in. Please visit our website and refer to Greenrock IMPACT. In recent months and years, IMPACT’s mandate has expanded to promote diversity and to seek greater equity for our staff, community members, and every Canadian. Other Greenrock core values include teamwork, mentorship and learning, integrity, accountability, and transparency with our clients and other stakeholders.

Greenrock’s Family Office provides a fully integrated and customized financial and asset management solutions leveraging best practices in a variety of areas, including investment management, risk management, integrated estate, tax and related planning, family governance and education, and strategic philanthropy.

The Greenrock Corporate Accounting, Finance and Investment team provides a center of excellence for services in the disciplines of accounting, treasury management, acquisition and disposition transactions, corporate tax, capital management, investment management, risk management, financial data applications and business solutions for the organization.

SUMMARY

Green Group of Companies Inc. is currently recruiting for an Intermediate Property Accountant. The ideal candidate will be responsible for a portfolio of residential and commercial properties. Reporting to the Controller, the Intermediate Property Accountant will have solid experience with full cycle accounting, be detailed oriented and have strong analytical and communication skills. Deadline oriented and the ability to manage multiple priorities is a must.

A team player with a positive attitude, the candidate will work along a team of finance professionals and operations personnel in the development of their operating budgets, cashflow forecasts, audits, preparation of property financials and all aspects of property accounting.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

MONTHLY PROCESS

  • Responsible for full cycle of accounting duties, including bank reconciliations, posting journal entries, capturing accruals and prepayment, expense recoveries, accounts payables/receivables, billing, and intercompany transactions.
  • Analyze rental revenues, recoverable and non-recoverable operating expenses, capital expenditures, leasing costs, etc.
  • Ensure all financial reporting procedures and processes are in accordance with agreed- upon compliance with the financial reporting timelines, schedules, and requirements. 
  • Prepare cash flow forecasts to ensure adequacy of cash to cover obligations and efficiency of cash disbursements and investment.

YEAR END AUDIT

  • Prepare year-end audit packages and entity financial statements and liaise with external auditors. 
  • Prepare comprehensive electronic audit working papers (Caseware) for each property and provide a detailed analysis for the Controller and external auditors.
  • Review and analyze financial information and process the information efficiently and accurately and take appropriate actions with minimal supervision to address and resolve matters. 
  • Ensure accuracy of recoverable operating costs and tenant-by-tenant recovery schedules, and timely preparation of year-end final CAM invoices for Property Manager and Controller approval.

BUDGETING

  • Prepare and analyze the annual budget, and coordinate with all stakeholders.
  • Ensure accuracy of recovery rates for operating budgets.
  • Consolidate and present the budget results to all stakeholders and explain variances.
  • Post the approved budgets into the accounting system.
  • Maintain and secure all financial and accounting records and files.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Relevant post-secondary education such as Degree in Business Administration or Accounting. 
  • Detail oriented, ability to resolve problems, self driven. 
  • Well organized and able to multi-task and work with a multi-faceted team and various levels of management.
  • Fluent in English 
  • Advance knowledge in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of Yardi Voyager software program and Caseware audit preparation program. 

Diversity and inclusion are an integral part of our culture. Attracting, developing and retaining a workforce that reflects the diversity of our clients, tenants and communities is essential to our success. We are committed to providing a respectful, inclusive and accessible work environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their potential.

Accommodation will be provided in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Applicants need to make any accommodation requests for the interview or selection process known in advance. Greenrock will arrange reasonable and appropriate accommodation for the selection process which will enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.

Reports to: Family Office Controller

Greenrock is a third-generation family real estate business with over 50 years of experience providing expert asset and property management services, property repositioning, sustainability, development, investment management, and Family Office Services.  Greenrock owns and manages several multi-unit residential and commercial properties in Toronto and is dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service.

A core Greenrock value is giving back to the communities we operate in. Please visit our website and refer to Greenrock IMPACT. In recent months and years, IMPACT’s mandate has expanded to promote diversity and to seek greater equity for our staff, community members, and every Canadian. Other Greenrock core values include teamwork, mentorship and learning, integrity, accountability, and transparency with our clients and other stakeholders.

Greenrock’s Family Office provides a fully integrated and customized financial and asset management solutions leveraging best practices in a variety of areas, including investment management, risk management, integrated estate, tax and related planning, family governance and education, and strategic philanthropy.

The Greenrock Corporate Accounting, Finance and Investment team provides a center of excellence for services in the disciplines of accounting, treasury management, acquisition and disposition transactions, corporate tax, capital management, investment management, risk management, financial data applications and business solutions for the organization.

SUMMARY

Greenrock is seeking a Senior Accountant to support our growing finance and accounting team.  

Your solid accounting experience and technical skills will be critical for you to bring insights into our organization. You have always been committed to the idea of continuous improvement and service and will collaborate with others to resolve issues. A strong communicator and natural business partner, you will liaise with functional teams across Greenrock and build relationships with our stakeholders.

Reporting to our Family Office Controller, your accounting experience and technical skills will be critical to support our organization. Continuous improvement, a culture of service, teamwork and collaboration are values embraced by you. This role is responsible for all aspects of accounting for operational, corporate, and family entities, including foundations and charitable trusts.

Your new position encompasses the following key responsibilities:

RESPONSIBILITES

  • Prepare working papers for year end audits and tax files
  • Assist with monthly, quarterly and annual internal / external reporting
  • Assist with the compilation of annual consolidated financial statements
  • Assist with accounting research, issue resolution and disclosure implications of significant transactions
  • Assist with transaction support analysis for assessing accounting and business implication
  • Participate in process improvement initiatives, including automation
  • Participate in appropriate cross-training, documentation and resources for key tasks, reports and processes
  • Prepare/review related entity financial statements for compliance and tax reporting
  • Support in the coordination of external auditor requests
  • Account analysis and reconciliation of ledger details to general ledger
  • Respond to transactional accounting questions and issues. Resolve accounting discrepancies.
  • Liaise with other departments regarding accounting matters
  • Prepare comprehensive cashflow reports, including related analysis.
  • Other duties / projects as assigned.

You are someone with:

  • A university degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Accounting designation (CPA) is a must
  • Minimum eight years’ relevant experience preferably in the real estate industry
  • Knowledge of current accounting practices and principles (ASPE)
  • Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)
  • Excellent communication, customer service and problem-solving skills
  • Proven organizational skills and ability to cope with changing client needs
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Strong mathematical and analytical skills
  • Initiative and the ability to work independently and as part of a team

Diversity and inclusion are an integral part of our culture. Attracting, developing and retaining a workforce that reflects the diversity of our clients, tenants and communities is essential to our success. We are committed to providing a respectful, inclusive and accessible work environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their potential.

Accommodation will be provided in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Applicants need to make any accommodation requests for the interview or selection process known in advance. Greenrock will arrange reasonable and appropriate accommodation for the selection process which will enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.