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Acquisition & Asset Manager

By November 1, 2022November 14th, 2022No Comments

Sower Investment Partners is seeking an Acquisition & Asset Manager to join their Sower Farmland Team (SFT) Team.  This full-time position offers a competitive benefits and compensation package, flexible work schedule, and the opportunity to work in a collaborative, high energy team environment.

The Acquisition & Asset Manager will explore the agricultural land market, sourcing farm properties for potential purchase and management by Sower Farmland Fund (SFF) and Non SFF Buyers (NSFFB) in the Pacific Northwest Region to include Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

Sower Investment Partners was founded with the goal of bringing together alternative investments in a structured manner, harnessing the entrepreneurial spirit of skilled experts in a variety of investment verticals. The firm serves as sponsor or key investment partner to a family of investment funds, syndicated investments, and direct investments. We are focused on marrying strong talent, investment discipline and entrepreneurial drive and determination to produce an outsized return for our investment partners.


Farm Property Opportunities:                              

  • Source farm properties that fit SFF and NSFFB investment profiles
  • Present information and analysis to SFT for review
  • Gather additional information to include existing tenant lease details, market leasing information and tenant availability
  • Act as liaison between seller/broker, SFF &/or NSFFB
  • Work with staff, attorneys, and title company during the closing process

Data Collection:

  • Build the database of farm real estate contacts
  • Provide land market detail for property level analysis
  • Analyze farm level details to assist in financially modeling opportunities

Real Estate Leads:

  • Pursue opportunities, identify, document, and communicate leads, completing financial models with SFT, and pursuing transactions per SFT direction
  • Communicate with SFT on an ongoing basis, preparing weekly and monthly asset and market reports
  • Prepare and submit periodic travel and expense reports
  • Develop Asset Plans
  • Assist as needed in cultivating SFT, SFF and NSFFB investor relationships
  • Assist in identifying and the procuring investor capital into Farmland Fund


  • Represent and promote the interest of SFT and SFF regarding the property
  • Complete detailed analysis of property operations and recommendations
  • Analyze applicable Government Farm Program considerations and provide recommendations
  • Develop an annual operating plan and budget including capital improvements, if applicable
  • Analyze alternative lease types or operating arrangements
  • Seek qualified tenants and negotiate and assist in preparing annual (or multi-year) written lease or operating agreement
  • Prepare reports and summaries throughout the year
  • Conduct regular inspection visits to the farm and/or meetings with the operator followed by written reports
  • Risk Management review and recommendations to include crop, property, and liability insurance needs
  • Account for all cash receipts, collection from the tenant/s and deliver to SFT
  • Manage property improvement tasks as assigned to include obtaining quotes for work and materials, gaining authorization from SFT, and overseeing completion of the work and updating projects
  • Assist with the compliance of all federal, state, and local laws, regulation, and ordinances
  • Report to SFT any adverse facts or activities on the premises
  • Other additional projects requested by SFT


  • Possess BA/BS, Ag background required
  • Ability to produce reports and correspondence by applying excellent writing and editing skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills to effectively represent company to all stakeholders, and to be effective in a collaborative team environment
  • Ability to adapt to varying situations, display professionalism, composure, diplomacy, and flexibility
  • Strong ability to give attention to detail while maintaining focus on the big picture
  • Proven ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and effectively in a fast-paced work setting and meeting deadlines
  • Highly motivated individual with profound ability to organize functions, work independently when necessary, and solve problems
  • Willing to embrace technology to promote efficient operations
  • Exceptional individual with strong ethics and high integrity record
  • Positive and progressive mindset, entrepreneurial and ambitious
  • Down to earth, team player and “can do” attitude focused on enabling those around you to be their best
  • Strong command of Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Excel, and Word programs as well as ability to learn and effectively operate computer and associated software programs to process data and interpret results through critical thinking skills

This full-time position offers a competitive benefits and compensation package including two group health insurance options: PPO or HDHP plans, dental, vision and voluntary life insurance at nominal costs as well as additional individual policy offerings of Direct Primary Care, Accident, Critical Illness and Hospitalization plans. Also available are Flex Spending Accounts (medical and dependent care) and/or an HSA account (with an HDHP). Company paid benefits include a $50K Life/AD&D Plan, Short and Long Disability Insurance plans, 401(k) with matching provision, Gain Sharing Program, flexible work schedule, unlimited vacation policy, 5 sick days per calendar year, 8 1/2 paid holidays and working in a collaborative, high energy team environment.