Researcher/Intern - SF

San Francisco, California, United States

Description

*Applicants, please note - if you're applying for a late spring or summer role, you may not hear from TCG for several weeks*

The Concord Group, one of the nation’s leading real estate consulting firms, is seeking candidates for part or full time paid research internships in our San Francisco office. With over 30 consultants in four offices (Newport Beach, San Francisco, Atlanta and New York), The Concord Group advises some of the nation's premier developers, home builders, financial institutions and municipalities worldwide on large land use, strategic development and financing decisions.

There are two types of research internships described below. The roles are highly similar and may overlap at times. Both pay the same amount.

Multi-Project Intern - Spring* or Late Spring** 2018

You will have responsibility over the research for several projects across many geographies, client-types, and product types. You could be working on an apartment project in Seattle one day and a hotel project in Atlanta the next, all from your desk in our San Francisco office. You will have the opportunity to work with our exceptional team of principals and consultants on a variety of projects, ranging from resorts, golf courses, and master-planned residential communities to office buildings and multifamily housing. This Research Internship is meant to provide a foundation in both consulting and the real estate industry, and will give you considerable exposure to the analytical tools needed to succeed in this competitive field. Research Interns will also gain significant knowledge and insight into Microsoft Excel and other critical research databases.

The Multi-Project Research Intern is integral to the daily operation of the firm, and will have an active role in supporting engagements, including:

*Multi Project spring internship term - Late February through late April, though flexible

**Multi Project late spring internship term - Late April through late June, though flexible

The Future of Bay Area Housing Project Intern - Summer* 2018

You will have primary responsibility over the research for a critical project regarding the future of Bay Area housing. Interns on this project are This Research Internship is meant to provide a foundation in both consulting and the real estate industry, and will give you considerable exposure to the analytical tools needed to succeed in this competitive field. Research Interns will also gain significant knowledge and insight into Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel and other critical research databases.

The Future of Bay Area Housing Project Research Intern is integral to the daily operation of the firm, and will have an active role in supporting engagements, including:

***Bay Area Project summer internship term - Early June through mid July, though slightly flexible


To apply for either role, please complete the linked application form with your cover letter and resume. Incomplete applications will not be considered.


Both researcher positions provide a great opportunity for students and young professionals who desire to expand their knowledge of the real estate industry by gaining valuable experience in a strategic consulting environment.

Requirements

Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:

Benefits

Hourly compensation of $17 with expectation to work 2 to 5 days/week (per agreement, depending on schedule) in our San Francisco office. Intern contracts will be reevaluated every few months based on performance.


The Concord Group provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.

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