The Employee Equity Management team is responsible for the management of three employee investment programs: Internal Co-Investment, Carried Interest, and the Equity Ownership Plan. Roles within this department require a great deal of discretion and any information discussed, collected or stored on behalf of the employee investors is considered strictly confidential. Furthermore, the team requires a high degree of customer service and professionalism as this department regularly interacts with senior leadership and executives.
Assist with the management of the day to day cash transactions of each fund/venture that is assigned. This includes but is not limited to daily oversight of bank accounts, maintaining relationships with our Treasury department as well as understanding the online banking platforms, entering transactions into Yardi on a timely basis; managing the intercompany bill-backs and accounts payable process, setting up and inputting wire/ACH transactions, and completing monthly bank reconciliations.
Assist with the management, the allocation and documentation process for capital transactions between the funds/ventures and investors. Prepare contribution and distribution calculations and packets. Oversee the signature process and upload the notices to the Greystar Partner Portal for investor and internal review.
Report financials in accordance with IFRS and/or US GAAP. Compile the monthly, quarterly, and annual financials. Prepare the monthly reporting work-papers and reconciling accounts, referencing and tying out the consolidated financials, and deliver quarterly information to internal Greystar stakeholders (i.e. corporate departments) when necessary. Assist the senior corporate accountant with any ad hoc investor reporting, compliance documentation, and other ad hoc 3rd party reporting requested.
On an annual basis, or in accordance with the legal agreements, assist with the audit management for each of the employee funds. Assist with the oversight of the day to day process of the audit from start to finish. Assist with the preparation of the PBC request list, upload audit documents, roll-forward prior year-end financials, assist the Senior in preparing tables and charts when necessary, and prepare the current audited financial statements when required by manager.
Use Yardi software to house all the General Ledgers by entity. Enter journal entries, run reports for analytics as well as reporting, and use the Investment Management module for cash, contributions, distributions and other internal transactions.
Employee Equity Plan
Assist the Employee Equity Senior Accountant with the Equity Plan’s annual election process and redemption windows. Prepare investor communications and answer investor inquiries. Maintain the books and records of the Plan. Prepare the annual financial statements for the Plan and liaise with corporate accounting and tax departments as needed.
Understand the underlying agreements of each employee fund venture and the employee equity plan. Work to become familiar with the specific sections that are relevant to better understand the overall structure, including but not limited to: partnership expenses, fees, commitments and subscriptions, capital calls and distributions, and financial reporting requirements. Work to build relationships with other stakeholders, both internally and externally, to understand how the Employee Equity functions affect all parties.
Depending on the position offered, regular full-time and part-time team members may be eligible to participate in a bonus program in addition to their base salary. Once eligible, team members may participate in the 401k plan. Regular, full-time team members are also offered a range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits from which to choose.
Greystar will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
401k Retirement Plan
Short Term Disability
Long Term Disability
Internal Training Programs