O’Neill, who has more than 35 years of experience in the sector, has worked at including Queensland Investment Corporation and Lend Lease, as well as holding positions at property bodies such as national director and Queensland president at the Property Council of Australia.
“We are thrilled to have someone with Tim’s outstanding credentials join the Group and look forward to his contribution to Sentinel,” said Warren Ebert, executive chairman and chief investment officer for Sentinel.
O’Neil’s last position, before moving to Sentinel, was at Economic Development Queensland.
“Tim brings to Sentinel substantial experience in the full spectrum of property investment and development from project creation, master planning and feasibility to project delivery and asset management,” said Stacey Jones, CEO of Sentinel.
O’Neill has experience working across many asset classes, such as large mixed-use commercial, knowledge precincts, industrial estates, retail, residential and hotel.
“As Chief Property Officer, Tim will have a wide-ranging leadership role focusing on Sentinel’s property and asset management divisions as well as strategic development for the benefit of the Group,” added Jones.
O’Neill earned his bachelor degree in building from the University of Technology Sydney, as well as having graduated from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to join the tremendous team at Sentinel. I have been impressed by the spectacular growth of the Group since it was founded by Warren in 2010. I very much look forward to contributing to the continuing growth and development of one of Australia’s leading property syndicators,” said O’Neill.