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An inspiring environment for evolving careers
An exciting place to visit, an inspiring place to stay. BresicWhitney people are transforming the contemporary real estate experience – pushing the industry to be something more.
BresicWhitney open doors to develop your career path. With opportunities in sales, property management, operations, creative, HR and more - we are always on-hand to train, help, teach and encourage.
Regardless of industry, we like individuals who’ve distinguished themselves through originality and innovation.
Aspiring or experienced, a successful agent understands their client and knows their local turf. It’s tough, but stimulating work.
Associate Agent to Guido Scatizzi
Based in our Darlinghurst office, we’re looking for an Associate Agent to work alongside Guido Scatizzi. If you’re open to learning and determined to launch or further a Real Estate career, please read on.
Maclay Longhurst Real Estate Trainee
Based from our Darlinghurst office, this is a rare entry level opportunity. You will be spending most the day on the road so if you are looking for a fast paced, diverse and energetic role, please read on.
Are you an established Sales Agent, looking for something more? BresicWhitney can help your career progress to the next level.
There’s never a dull moment working on Sydney’s largest property management portfolio. Focus and attention to detail will see you succeed.
Creative, HR, Ops, admin, IT - transforming the contemporary real estate experience is a big job! We look for the best in every industry.
Our purpose is to 'Bring homes to life', we do this by connecting people and property. A unique opportunity, we're looking for a Graphic Designer to join the BresicWhitney team.
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