Real Estate Manager, Northern California 

The Real Estate Manager, Northern California has 6 main responsibilities: 

  • Strategic Real Estate Planning
  • Pipeline Ownership
  • Broker Management
  • Deal Making
  • Process Innovation
  • Market Expert

Some Expected 2016 Deliverables:

Complete in-store orientation to learn the brand, the business and get to know our guests.

Candidate will play a critical role in driving market strategy and growth.  This individual will have the responsibility of leading new store expansion from site selection, approvals, lease executions and lease administration and will serve as the internal expert on Northern California real estate, representing and driving the expansion strategy externally with brokers and landlords.

  • Strategic Real Estate Planning: Responsible for the development and execution strategies for market/submarket/trade area assessment and site selection process, utilizing analytical frameworks and on the ground insights.
  • Pipeline Ownership: Accountable for the generation of target lists with respect to active market analysis, conducting market tours, managing external relationships to secure new sites and driving a deal pipeline that achieves sweetgreen’s market level growth goals, focuses on sweetgreen’s target consumer and brand sequencing and delivers against established financial targets and requirements.
  • Broker Management: Responsible for the establishment and oversight of a high quality, productive and brand aligned broker network for the purposes of driving efficient, high quality real estate pipeline.
  • Deal Making: Accountable for managing sweetgreen’s network and relationships, site selection and negotiation of LOI terms and leases with landlords for deals, manage internal review and real estate committee approval process and oversee lease execution and management.
  • Process Innovation: Responsible for the organization, modification and creation of new working real estate operating processes, procedures and programs to ensure efficiency.
  • Market Expert: Accountable for keeping current on market conditions in assigned territory to include knowledge of all competitive changes in market area and understanding the primary differences between the competitors within the market.

 Desired Traits: 

  • Strong executive presence, excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication, presentation, relationship building, organizational and influencing skills.
  • Ability to minimize risk, strategize, create, and execute growth plans.
  • Adept as amassing resources and organizing/creating new working processes and programs to ensure efficiency
  • Proven people manager who can lead, drive and motivate direct/indirect resources.
  • Strong sense of teamwork with the ability to foster relationships and gain agreement with timelines and data requirements from both internal and external stakeholders.
  • Belief in and passion for the sweetlife and sweetgreen’s core values.
  • The ability to adapt according to the market and the continuing innovation at sweetgreen.
  • Strong leadership behaviors, approachability, and a reputation as an unwavering role model.
  • Ability to travel for up to 75% of work schedule (mostly within the West Coast region with regular trips to the company’s LA office).
  • Candidate must be based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Passion for organization and an aptitude for prioritizing multiple projects.
  • Excellent management skills to ensure work gets done effectively.
  • Personal characteristics reflective of sweetgreen: a can-do forward-thinking attitude, high-energy, self- motivated, positive, service-oriented, flexible, fun-loving, and ethical with a high degree of integrity.
  • Strong collaborative partner to the business.

Desired Experience:

  • Minimum 7-10+ years as a Real Estate Manager (or related) in the retail/hospitality environment or at a large restaurant chain company/multi-unit restaurant.
  • Experience working in the West Coast market, specifically the San Francisco Bay area.
  • Must have a solid broker network (i.e. premium real estate) and background.
  • Successful experience in navigating the landlord/tenant relationship.
  • Must have expertise in analytical decision-making and strong, hands-on, operating and deal-making skills.
  • Knowledge of basic real estate, construction and related terms, timelines, principles, and functions.
  • Experience in negotiating and documenting real estate contracts.
  • Demonstrated ability to be effective in fast paced, complex business environment.
  • Experience leading teams of people, cross-functionally and both internal and external

 About Us

sweetgreen is a seasonal fast-casual restaurant company on a mission to change the way people think about food. With a strong sense of passion and purpose, we’re working to revolutionize our industry and the food system. We make delicious, real food from scratch in our kitchens every day, which supports local farmers and helps us create authentic, meaningful connections with our guests.

 

 

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