Full-Time Lulu Group International hiring for General Manager and Head-Leasing
Lulu Group International are looking to hire for the following positions for our upcoming Shopping Malls in India.
Lulu Group International seeking for General Manager and Head-Leasing
Post Name: General Manager – Mall (Code-HR-001)
Qualification: – Post Graduate in Management
Experience -10 to 15 years of experience, of which a minimum experience of 3 years should have been as Assistant Mall Manager in a Million Sq. Feet Mall or Mall Operations Manager In half a Million Sq. Feet Mall.
Job Profile – Planning and creating an ideal leasing mix of the Mall, operations, safety, develop and Implement branding and marketing plans, developing strategies for retailer acquisition and shopper retention, relationship with external stakeholders.
Job Locations: Bangalore, Vishakhapatnam, Kochi, Trivandrum, Hyderabad
Post Name:Head-Leasing (Code-HR-002)
Qualification – Post Graduate in Management.
Experience – 7 to 10 years of experience of which a minimum leasing experience of 3 years in Malls with an area of 1 Million Sq. feet is preferable.
Job Profile – To formulate the leasing strategy and develop the leasing plan for the Mall. Lease administration. Ensure occupancy targets are achieved and that all the terms incorporated in the agreements are unambiguous and the mutual agreements are documented legally.
Job Locations: Bangalore, Vishakhapatnam, Lucknow, Hyderabad.
All interested candidates are requested to send their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject line should have the respective position code.
Lulu Group International
Ernakulam – Thekkady Rd,
Kakkanad, Kerala 682037
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