Become an Agency Executive Officer

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As an Agency Executive Officer at Sutton, you are in charge of the agency's human and financial development strategy. You lead a team of brokers and administrative employees and oversee the smooth conduct of real estate transactions.

Your tasks as Agency Executive Officer vary based on the agency's size. The more brokers an agency has, the more administrative tasks are delegated to administrative staff, with your attention turning to business development and training. Your responsibilities include the following:

 

Team management

Coach, advise, guide and motivate your team's brokers.
Supervise and manage your agency's organizational, technical, human and logistical aspects.
Lay out the objectives set by management, while staying within the field's parameters and guidelines.
Represent your organization with local authorities.
Make sure new brokers are well integrated.
Tend to the overall health of your real estate agency.

 

Business development

Develop your network.
Actively contribute to your real estate agency's performance.
Ensure compliance with best practices and applicable laws.

 

Finance

Establish and manage your agency's budget.
See to your agency's financial health.

 

Hence, an Agency Executive Officer has a broad skill set, with management abilities as well as strong command of brokerage regulations. With a constantly changing real estate market and fierce competition, there is a growing need for you to be able to adapt to new industry realities while remaining highly proactive.

Being with Sutton means working with a dynamic, well-established team that has the best interests of its brokers and clients at heart. Our practice is centred on cooperation, integrity, commitment and skill.

 

Upsides

A wide variety of missions
Greater income potential

 

Challenges

24/7 commitment
Standing out in a fiercely competitive industry

 

Qualities required

Dynamism and team spirit
Negotiating skills
Knack for numbers
Patience, curiosity and thoroughness
Versatility
Decision-making ability
Tact and discretion
Focus on human relations and listening

 

You have an agency executive officer licence from OACIQ and would like to apply?


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