Senior Associate or Vice President, Asset Management

Rethink Healthcare Real Estate, LLC

Title: Senior Associate or Vice President, Asset Management

Location: White Plains, NY with potential for New York, NY

Rethink Healthcare Real Estate (“RTH”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Rethink Capital Partners, LLC, is a leading fund manager and investor specializing in medical office buildings and outpatient facilities located throughout the United States. Through our activities, we strive to deliver strong financial returns for our investors and contribute to the betterment of society. The firm is seeking an Asset Manager to join our team of over 30 professionals. For more information about Rethink, visit or join us on LinkedIn.


The Asset Manager will be responsible for the oversight of a portfolio of medical office properties and outpatient facilities. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal, quantitative, and writing skills, a solid understanding of real estate fundamentals, and an interest in the healthcare sector. The individual will collaborate with the entire investment team and bring a collegial, solutions-oriented approach to the position.


Asset Management

  • Develop and implement annual business plan for each portfolio asset
  • Provide day-to-day oversight of each property in conformance with the business plan and annual performance goals
  • Direct and monitor property management and leasing companies
  • Interact and liaise with hospital executives
  • Review financial reports to monitor performance and achieve investment objectives
  • Prepare information for management and investor reporting
  • Perform periodic property/portfolio valuation and disposition analyses
  • Manage and validate construction and draw requests in conformance with agreements
  • Conduct periodic site visits


  • Minimum undergraduate degree in finance, real estate, or a related field
  • Minimum five years asset management experience with a track record of improving property performance
  • Polished interpersonal skills with an ability to interact with hospital executives, development partners, and internal team
  • Strong written/verbal communication skills
  • Proficiency using ARGUS, Excel, and other MS Office suite programs
  • Highly organized and detailed; able to handle concurrent projects and to work independently

Pay & Benefits

  • Competitive compensation, salary plus bonus. Salary range: $150,000 to $210,000 experience dependent
  • Generous employee benefits including 401k with employer matching, health, dental, and life insurance
  • Ample paid time off, including generous family and medical leave

Our Commitment to Inclusion

We are keenly aware that diverse teams make better decisions, and we welcome candidates of every race, religion, sex, and gender.

Application Process

Interested candidates should apply with a cover letter and resume using the form below. We want to understand your skill set and career aspirations, so please share why this opportunity is the right next step for you.

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