The Clorox Company Real Estate Analyst in Pleasanton, California

The Real Estate Analyst plays a key role within the entire CREWS (Corporate Real Estate & Workplace Services) organization. This position is the single point of contact for our Clorox business partners as it relates to rent, operating expense and general lease questions. This position is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and timely processing of monthly rent payments, as well as managing the close out process for all Real Estate transactions. Additionally, this position will manage and execute select Real Estate transactions.

Make your mark

At Clorox, we build big brands that make everyday life better, every day. We value our differences, and challenge each other to think and act boldly. We try new things, succeed, fail and keep learning. We work hard, and have busy personal lives. And we're all able to make a positive impact -- at Clorox, in our communities, and in the lives of millions of people who invite us into their homes. Make your mark and help us drive Good Growth -- growth that is profitable, sustainable and responsible

Key Responsibilites

  • Lease Analyst (50%) -- Own the monthly rent roll process by reviewing and processing payment submission by 3rd party lease administrator. Review annual landlord reconciliation statements and calculations. Work with landlord to resolve issues. Research and interpret various contractual provisions to ensure the Company understands its rights under lease agreements. Be the main point of contact for rent and operating cost questions, budget preparation, and variance analysis. Partner with accounting as the Real Estate lead for implementing new lease accounting requirements. Responsible for management of 3rd party lease administration provider.

  • Real Estate Transactions (30%) --Provide support for global Real Estate transactions (including: purchases, dispositions, leases, and subleases) by assisting in the coordination and collection of various documentation and due diligence materials. Facilitate and track routing and execution of transaction documents. Review and process estoppels, SNDA's, and related agreements. Establish and maintain proper controls to track expirations, renewal options, and other critical dates. Act as a liaison between transactions, legal, finance, risk, title company, and 3rd party lease administrator. Manage select less complex Real Estate transactions from end to end as required.

  • ICC Compliance, Reporting, & Data Management (15%) -- support the internal controls and accounting reporting processes by leading the quarterly testing and walkthroughs with external auditor and process owner. Maintain tenant improvement log and coordinate with Fixed Assets to ensure timely capitalization. Manage the restoration reserve estimates. Prepare quarterly sales office portfolio reviews, transaction reports, and metric reporting. Overall control of transaction documentation and maintenance of master files.

  • BCP/EOC & Projects (5%) -- support the Corporate Real Estate BCP by managing quarterly exercises. Serve as EOC alternate, maintain and prepare documents as required. Perform ad-hoc projects as requested

Minimum Qualifications

Years and Type of Experience:

  • 3-5 years of relevant work experience, preferably in Real Estate, Finance, Accounting or related area.

Skills and Abilities

  • Solid accounting skills

  • Experience in SAP preferred

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, proficient in Lease Harbor is a plus

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail

  • Strong planning and organizational skills

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Pro-active and positive service oriented attitude Education level/degree

  • BA/BS


Ready to keep learning? Whether your focus is on supply chain cost management, financial forecasting, long-range planning and analysis, or financial reporting, you'll work on assignments across the organization that will build your business knowledge, technical skills and leadership experience.

More about Clorox

The Clorox Company (NYSE: CLX) is a leading multinational manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products with 8,700 employees worldwide and fiscal year 2018 sales of $6.1 billion. In addition to our namesake bleach and cleaning products, we market some of the most trusted and recognized consumer brand names, including:

  • Brita® water-filtration products

  • Burt's Bees® natural personal care products

  • Fresh Step® cat litter

  • Glad® bags, wraps and containers

  • Hidden Valley® dressings and sauces

  • Kingsford® charcoal

  • Liquid Plumr® clog removers

  • Pine-Sol® cleaners

  • RenewLife® digestive health products

  • Rainbow Light®, Natural Vitality®, Neocell® and Stop Aging Now® dietary supplements

  • Professional services: Clorox Healthcare® and Clorox Commercial Solutions®

More than 80% of our sales are generated from brands that hold the No. 1 or No. 2 market share positions in their categories.

Making a positive impact

Clorox is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, a community of global leaders committed to sustainability. We've been broadly recognized for our corporate responsibility efforts, most notably being named to the Drucker Institute's 2017 Management Top 250 list, The Just 100: America's Top Corporate Citizens list, CR Magazine's 2018 Best Corporate Citizens list and the first sector-neutral Bloomberg Gender Equality Index in 2018.

We also support our communities, and, in FY2018, contributed approx. $20 million in combined cash grants, product donations and cause marketing.

The Clorox Company and its subsidiaries is an EEO/AA/Protected Veteran/Disabled/LGBT employer.

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