Sean McCauley began his career in June of 1978 as a salesperson with the Albert M. Greenfield Company. He worked on the sale of commercial properties in the Philadelphia region and was on the team that disposed of the Penn Central Properties in its bankruptcy. He joined Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company as assistant to Joseph Ladd, Chairman of the company to be his liaison to the company’s real estate investment arm. Mr. McCauley was recruited by a startup company Quadreal, a commercial real estate company where he became a Partner. He worked with developers and corporations to acquire properties and secure permitting to construct the projects. In 1986, he joined Jackson-Cross Company to establish and manage its Land Company. In 1993, he joined Helmsley-Greenfield to become its Chief Operating Officer to oversee company operations and implement a corporate restructuring and growth program. Upon completing his assignment, he joined Brandolini Companies, a regional development firm as a Partner to oversee its Acquisitions, Development and Dispositions teams. The firm operated between New York and the East Coast of Florida. In 2009, he took time from his company to care for his brother suffering from cancer. In 2010, he became a part of the Diocesan Staff.
As Property Manager for the Diocese, Sean oversees the sale and operation of Closed Church Properties. He also advises operating parishes on property issues including reduction of operating costs, securing venders, utility management, working with local government to secure permits, leasing building and construction project management. Sean helps our parishes understand the value of their property not only as a sacred place, but an asset of the parish and the Diocese.