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Lease Administrator

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Legal Staff

Date Last Verified

Sep 04, 2021

Valid Through

Dec 18, 2021

Posted on

Jun 30, 2021

Years of Experience

Min 3 yrs required


Chicago, IL, United States

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Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - General
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Lease Administrator
Duties: Assist real estate attorneys in identifying and routing lease submissions. Assist real estate attorneys with routine leasing functions as necessary. Manage intake of real estate projects from internal stakeholders; ensure such requests are clear and include complete supporting documentation. Monitor and communicate status updates of legal review; assist attorneys in routing final documents for execution. Maintain and update lease activities in project tracking tools. Review and pre-flag underlying leasing documents for issues. Perform lease audits. Resolve discrepancies in lease language. Special projects as needed.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, or 3 years’ equivalent experience in accounting, bookkeeping, real estate. Paralegal certificate preferred. Demonstrated ability to work independently. Review, understand and communicate Lease requirements to stakeholders. Strong attention to detail, excellent follow through. Excellent written, verbal, analytical, and research skills required.

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