At Triovest, your success is our success. As a fully integrated commercial real estate advisory company, we provide investment management and property management services for income properties of $7.6 billion across Canada.

As an employer of choice, we believe that the quality of our people connects directly with the quality of our work, and we place a high value on attracting and retaining exceptional individuals, fostering an exciting work environment with opportunities for growth and advancement.

We welcome applications from individuals who share our core values of Teamwork, Integrity, Agility and Accountability and who welcome the opportunity to operate in an environment of transparency and professionalism.

Current Opportunities

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Location Calgary
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Your property accounting experience in commercial real estate will be the foundation of your success as a Property Accountant with Triovest.

Triovest is looking to hire a Property Accountant for our Calgary office. This position will report to the Controller and provide support to the Commercial and Retail Accounting teams in the preparation of financial and management reports, quarterly forecasts and annual budgets.


As part of your varied duties as a Property Accountant, you will:

  • Maintain the property management books for the assigned portfolio.
  • Review the A/R and A/P reports and review general ledger.
  • Review preliminary monthly statements and generate financial statements to complete the monthly reporting package.
  • Complete budgeted revenue on Yardi/Voyager, inputting the budget in Voyager and completing the final budget package.
  • Complete the analysis of all capital costs incurred.
  • Maintain year end working paper files, finalizing the property year end files, preparing recovery schedules, maintaining and reporting on the promo fund.
  • Prepare and approve monthly/annual journal entries, A/R adjustments, HST reconciliation.
  • Review payable cheques, management fees, leasing fees, chargeback invoices to tenants.
  • Prepare annual CAM (Common Area Maintenance) & tax final billing adjustments.
  • Respond to tenant queries on CAM & Tax recovery billings.
  • Review rent rolls, including tenant set-up.
  • Prepare year-end audit working paper files, Annual Budgets, monthly depreciation, amortization schedules, monthly financial statements, bank statements & Management Reports and analytical reports.


Success as a Property Accountant calls for a solid professional background that includes:

  • A University and/or College degree; preferably in accounting.
  • 3rd level CGA or CMA program.
  • Three years of experience in property management preferably within retail or commercial.
  • Strong proficiency in Yardi.
  • A dedication to providing exceptional customer service, every day.
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills specifically in Excel and Word.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and prioritize work load.

 If you are an experienced professional looking to share in the success of an industry leader, please send your resume to

Location Toronto
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Reporting to the Property Manager, the Facilities Supervisor will supervise and coordinate all facility related requirements for the Client, located in the Don Mills area.


As part of your varied duties as a Facilities Supervisor, you will:

  • Create, supervise and coordinate daily work assignments for the Facility Operator.
  • Appoint and coordinate external contractors on-site for ongoing work with facility projects.
  • Handle internal moves and relocations schedule including: interfacing with individual business units to assess their moving requirements and target dates, space planning, allocation, furniture planning and installation.
  • Proceed with the purchase of all office suites, workstation systems and seating solutions, to accommodate client growth or reorganization – subject to client approval.
  • Create tender specifications as required on larger facility projects.
    Manage the electrical, voice, data and power installation/ relocation and removal as required.
  • Maintain and monitor the office and furniture key inventory including on-site and off-site storage.
  • Work with the Tenant Coordinator on the implementation of conference centre bookings including furniture set up, technology requirements and ongoing reinstatement of conference centre meeting rooms back to the generic format.
  • Attend client meetings for planning and progress reporting.
  • Program, troubleshoot and repair Tyco Security equipment including building card access, and CCTV Monitoring System.
  • Oversee all facility maintenance and technical operations including audiovisual and presentation equipment within the building.
  • Budget cost requirements for internal/external repairs and general construction.
  • Retain budget costing for technical work on all moves for team projects.
  • Sign off on all work orders and producing invoices with supporting backup document for final sign off by Property Manager.
  • Manage CAFM move management and space management software for the facility.
  • Order and maintain the building key coding system for the entire facility and tenants.


Success as a Facilities Supervisor calls for a solid professional background that includes:

  • Three (3) years’ experience in a facilities and/or property management environment.
    Strong computer literacy with ability to create and modify CAD drawings, using AutoCAD 2014, to implement basic space planning and furniture layout proposals.
  • Professional space planners will be used on larger format projects.
  • Knowledge of various furniture systems (i.e. Teknion, Steelcase, Haworth, etc.)
  • Excellent scheduling, prioritization and time management skills and to be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Dedication to providing exceptional customer service, every day.

If you are an experienced professional looking to share in the success of an industry leader, please send your resume to

Location Edmonton
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Take your customer service background and administrative experience and join Triovest as a Receptionist in the Edmonton office.

This highly visible position is the first point of contact for our incoming customer calls, visitors, and guests. The primary responsibility of this role is to deliver exceptional customer service by warmly greeting calls and visitors and effectively facilitating the exchange of information to, from, and within the office and departments.


As part of your varied duties as a Receptionist, you will:

  • Be punctual in opening and closing the reception area.
  • Warmly welcome and assist all visitors to the office.
  • Answer incoming calls in a courteous and professional manner and analyze data to determine answers to questions from employees, customers, tenants, suppliers, and the public.
  • Maintain an awareness of the availability and roles of the employees in the office in order to assist internal and external customers.
  • Be responsible for organizing the same-day daily courier, all outgoing and incoming mail services as well as other same-day and overnight courier requirements as needed.
  • Maintain and update internal office and national telephone lists, the reception manual and department processes.
  • Be responsible for maintenance and reservation of boardrooms for internal and external meetings.
  • Assist with meeting preparations including: booking equipment and liaising with Help Desk, catering orders and other tasks as needed.
  • Ensure reception area, kitchen and servery are stocked, organized and tidy.
  • Coordinate maintenance calls for the office.
  • Post, update and maintain data, templates, announcements, etc.
  • Assist with organizing monthly/quarterly social events.
  • Assist with various administrative duties as required.


Success as a Receptionist calls for a solid professional background that includes:

  • At least 1 to 2 years of office related experience.
  • Proficiency with MS Office combined with solid proofreading skills.
  • Punctual and reliable with a strong ability to multitask.  
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Proven ability to be proactive and take initiative.
  • Detail and service oriented.
  • Polished professional with excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and time management skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

If you are an experienced professional looking to share in the success of an industry leader, please send your resume to

Location Toronto
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Develop your career in property management as a Building Maintenance employee! Join Triovest today!

Reporting to the Property Manager, the successful candidate will fill the Building Maintenance position at 11 King Street West, Toronto, ON. This role is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day operations of the property and will perform routine repairs and maintenance to the buildings and its electrical/mechanical systems.


As part of your varied duties as Building Maintenance, you will:
  • Respond to tenant requests in a timely and professional manner.
  • Perform daily inspections of the interior/exterior property and the building systems.
  • Check and replace lighting in common areas and tenant space.
  • Take and record equipment readings.
  • Perform minor plumbing and electrical repairs.
  • Perform fire systems and water testing.
  • Assist with snow removal during winter months.
  • Assisting building contractors as required.

Success as Building Maintenance calls for a solid professional background that includes:
  • A High School or College and a BES designation or working towards designation.
  • One year of related maintenance/operations experience.
  • Knowledge of general maintenance procedures.
  • Dedication to providing exceptional customer service, every day.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
  • General knowledge of HVAC electrical/mechanical systems, and life safety systems.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills.
  • Good mechanical and problem solving skills.
  • Able to work independently, and as part of a team.
  • Positive attitude and willingness to work overtime and respond to emergencies.
  • Willingness to work evenings and be available on-call on weekends.
If you are an experienced professional looking to share in the success of an industry leader, please send your resume to

Location Mississauga
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Your proven industrial property management experience will be the foundation of your success as a Property Manager with Triovest!

Reporting to the Vice President, Central Region, ­­the successful candidate will fill the full-time position of Property Manager in our Mississauga location. This position will be directly responsible for an industrial portfolio and accountable for the operation, management and administration of the building as well as the managing of annual operating and capital budgets to ensure landlord’s objectives are achieved.


As part of your varied duties as a Property Manager, you will:

  • Be responsible for ensuring all Property Management policies, procedures and operations are conducted effectively.
  • Ensure that occupant problems are rectified in a prompt, effective and cost efficient manner and that a high standard of rapport and communication is consistently achieved.
  • Manage all aspects of the day to day operations by liaising with and/or managing staff in areas such as finance, leasing, marketing, tenant services.
  • Develop, motivate, recognize and administer staff.
  • Develop, administer and submit an annual operating report and budget in a timely fashion.
  • Provide timely and meticulous monthly reports on operation.
  • Conduct and document building inspections, as well as routine follow up to ensure all items identified are addressed in a timely manner.
  • Develop property budgets and proposals for major capital renovations.
  • Monitor and manage receivables, collection of all rental income and generate monthly reports.
  • Enforce contract and lease agreements while administering each property in accordance with approved budgets and operating policies.
  • Ensure property security and energy systems are in accordance with local codes, by-laws and policies.
  • Ensure that that corporate governance, environmental, health & safety policies and procedures are compliant.
  • Develop working knowledge of local real estate market including rental/vacancy rates and operating cost comparisons.


Success as a Property Manager calls for a solid professional background that includes:

  • A university degree or a CPM or RPA designation is an asset.
  • Five years related Property Management experience.
  • A dedication to providing exceptional customer service, every day.
  • Advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office applications.
  • Positive and pro-active attitude with superior team building, interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of building operations, procedures, general maintenance, construction and contract negotiation.
  • Ability to work both in a team environment and independently.
  • Proven organizational skills; able to cope with changing client needs and deliver successful results within agreed upon timeframes.
  • An assertive self-starter, self-motivated, hands-on mentality with the ability to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated organization and time management skills, detail oriented with exceptional analytical and problem solving abilities.

If you are an experienced professional looking to share in the success of an industry leader, please send your resume to

Location Toronto
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If you possess 7 years’ of operations experience in commercial real estate and have superior customer service skills; join Triovest!

Reporting to the General Manager, the successful candidate will fill the full-time position of Operations Manager at 65 Queen Street West, an A Class office and retail property in downtown Toronto. In this role, you will be supervising the building operations services for the property and leading the onsite building operations and maintenance teams along with third-party contractors in areas such as HVAC, general and preventative property maintenance, janitorial and security services, construction coordination, life safety, and other contracted services.

Additionally, providing superior levels of customer service and having a strong focus on tenant retention, will be a key aspect of this role.


As part of your varied duties as an Operations Manager, you will:

  • Ensure all maintenance and building operations are completed on time, efficiently and effectively and provide ongoing recommendations to improve the operation of the buildings and service to our clients.
  • Develop and maintain programs related to HVAC, water treatment, preventative maintenance, energy management, environmental management, waste management, property maintenance, pest control, security and life safety systems, cleaning operations, tenant coordination and other pertinent aspects of physical operations.
  • Ensure all tenant concerns are followed up on in a timely and effective manner and that the operations team are pro-active in dealing with the concerns.
  • Ensure that policies and procedures such as asbestos, halon management plans, contractor guidelines, safe work procedures etc., are reviewed, consistently implemented and updated as required.
  • Direct the operations team to maintain daily logs of all equipment and operating systems and ensure building codes are adhered to.
  • Monitor the physical operation of the mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and life safety equipment.  Assist with any service requirements.
  • Ensure safety of all employees, tenants and invitees thereby mitigating liability.
  • Oversee the testing of all life safety systems and equipment. Engage third party contractors to address deficiencies where required.
  • Ensure that water treatment testing is completed correctly and operational limits are maintained.
  • Ensure all Building Automation System (BAS) limits are properly programmed.
  • Maintain on-call procedures and ensure that the manual is up to date and the team has received adequate training.
  • Ensure preventative maintenance procedures are in place for all equipment and that PM is being completed.
  • Provide oversight of turnkey tenant construction and base building capital programs including budgeting, pricing and supervising construction work, where required.
  • Ensure policies and procedures are in place to maintain compliance of the Triovest health and safety program.  Reports from the program are reviewed and follow up on any deficiencies and rectify if needed.
  • Review reports from the tenant request system (Angus Anywhere) and ensure team is performing in accordance with Best Practices for Tenant Calls.
  • Complete full property inspections on a regular basis and provide recommendations and budget pricing for major operating initiatives and other improvements. Provide input in the preparation of annual operating budgets where appropriate.
  • Ensure “best in class” property management practices are constantly implemented within the approved operating budget at the building.
  • Provide direction, guidance and mentorship to the building operations team to ensure ongoing skills development and the effective fulfillment of their duties.
  • Liaise with government inspectors regarding regulatory compliance and inspections of site.


Success as an Operations Manager calls for a solid professional background that includes:

  • Education required is a minimum 4th class engineer certificate.
  • Seven years’ experience in operations, preferably in a commercial real estate environment. 
  • Dedication to providing exceptional customer service, everyday.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously.
  • Advanced knowledge of building systems.
  • Working knowledge of low pressure steam boilers is an asset.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work well with senior management, various client groups, building officials, tenants and contractors.
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret relevant operational reports, blue prints, etc.
  • Will be an independent thinker and exercise independent judgment in solving problems.
  • Decisions will be made within diversified standards working towards focused objectives.
  • Strong knowledge of Provincial Health & Safety Legislation and the ability to troubleshoot HVAC systems, electrical and automated systems controls.
  • Detail oriented with exceptional problem solving skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office.

If you are an experienced professional looking to share in the success of an industry leader, please send your resume to