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Current Job Postings


Affordable Housing Community Manager Opening, Fort Collins

Posted: May 13th, 2022 

Job description

Affordable Housing Management Position Available at a 100+ unit senior and/or disabled adult community. 2 years of experience in property management required. Section 42 (IRS) and/or Project-Based Section 8 (HUD) experience is required. Full time, Competitive compensation plus benefits, salary based on experience.

Qualifications and Skills

Qualifications: Knowledge of Fair Housing Practices is required. Experience with tax credit and/or HUD compliance is required.

Resident interaction experience required. Bilingual preferred. Background & Drug Screening Required.

Required experience: Project-Based Section 8 and/or Tax Credit: 2 years

Benefits

Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance are offered after two completed calendar months in the position. 401k plan with 2% employer match offered after 90 days of employment. Two weeks paid vacation time, one week paid sick time, and ten company paid holidays per year.

Job Type: Full-time

Interested applicants can submit resumes by email to: [email protected]

Equal Opportunity Employer


 

Affordable Housing Occupancy/Compliance Specialist

Posted: May 12th, 2022


Needed for Denver based management company specializing in Section 8 and Tax Credit multifamily properties. Experience with Real Page OneSite or comparable software is essential. Includes reviewing certification work by on-site Community Managers to insure accurate certification work, TRACS, NextGen input for multiple properties combined with accounts receivable and additional work as needed. This position is full-time with starting wage from $18 to $23 per hour depending upon experience. Please send resumes or letter of experience to [email protected]


Equal Opportunity Employer


 

Property Manager

Posted: May 4th, 2022

The Salvation Army, Silvercrest Management is currently seeking an experienced and motivated Property Manager for our 100-unit senior residence in Colorado Springs, CO.

Job Description:

As the Property Manager you will be responsible for handling day-to-day operations including handling daily tenant relations, HUD Section 8 compliance and procedures, including certifications and annual re-certifications, MORs and REAC inspections, filling vacancies as needed, collect monthly rent, supervising staff and maintaining the property according to Silvercrest Mission Statement and HUD requirements.

-          At least 5-6 years’ experience in affordable housing in the subsided housing sector.
-          Must be experienced and knowledgeable of HUD policies regarding Section 8 Multi-Family Housing, and experience with MORs and REAC inspections.
-          Experience working with the Senior Community preferred.
-          Working knowledge of One Site management software or equivalent a plus.
-          Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Intermediate or above computer skills required.
           

Requirements:

The Salvation Army, Silvercrest Management offers great benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plan, pre-tax 403(b), generous paid time off. If you meet the minimum qualifications and are interested in this position, please complete the online application in its entirety, and attach your resume. Must be willing to undergo pre-employment screenings, including a background check.

To Apply Please Visit: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/SAL1002/JobBoard/eab576b8-f0fd-1f56-2735-dc67fd4c2c47/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=6663ba74-b52c-475b-bd57-970df817bc6f

The Salvation Army Silvercrest Residence exists to provide clean, safe and comfortable housing to low-income persons, and to do so in an environment that is sensitive and responsive to the needs of individual residents, but not intrusive of personal privacy. In concert with the adjacent Corps Community Center, the resident seeks to provide a range of supportive services intended to sustain independent living and to enrich the quality of resident’s lives through opportunities for social fellowship, personal growth, and spiritual nurture. Each employee of the Silvercrest Management Department is hired to assist in fulfilling the mission either through direct service or support of front-line staff.

Equal Opportunity Employer

 


 

Assistant Property Manager - Actively Recruiting

Posted: April 7th, 2022

Denver, CO, USA

The mission of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is to work collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for homeless and at-risk families, children, and individuals throughout Colorado. The Coalition advocates for and provides a continuum of housing and a variety of services to improve the health, well-being, and stability of those it serves.

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless seeks an Assistant Property Manager to assist the Property Manager with day-to-day management of RPMC managed property.  This position is located at various locations in the Denver Metro area and reports to the Property Manager. (R411)

Coalition Benefits

In addition to the unique challenges and extraordinary rewards of our work, eligible Coalition employees enjoy a rich benefits package, including:

  • Health insurance coverage on the first day of employment: full-time employees contribute only 1% of their earnings for their own health coverage and no more than 4% of their earnings for coverage of eligible dependents. We’re proud to offer same- and opposite-sex domestic partner coverage;
  • Dental, vision, and flexible spending/dependent care/public transit accounts;
  • Free basic life insurance and long-term disability coverage;
  • Dollar-for-dollar retirement plan matching contributions up to 5% of earnings;
  • Extensive paid time-off, including 8 holidays, 12 days of sick leave, and three weeks of vacation for new full-time employees in their first full year.

Essential Job Functions

  1. Maintains current and complete COVID‐19 vaccination(s), as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health authorities.
  2. Ensures property management software program up-to-date.
  3. Assists with the management of Fair Housing, HOME, Section 42 Tax Credit and/or HUD Section 8 Program compliance.
  4. Assists with the supervision of site personnel, including interviewing, hiring, training, staff team building and enforcement of company policies and procedures.
  5. Assists with staff scheduling, disciplinary recommendations, inventory control, report generation and resident relations.
  6. Conducts health and safety quality control inspections to detect possible violations of housing quality standards.
  7. Monitors and documents security events, maintenance issues and problematic visitor and resident behavior.
  8. Assists in maintaining a clean and organized work area.
  9. Assists residents with maintenance and lock-out service requests.
  10. Maintains a work environment that is marked by respect for others; that values inclusiveness and builds workforce diversity; and that fosters cooperation and teamwork.
  11. Performs other duties as assigned.

​​Employee must be able to perform essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation and without posing a direct threat to safety or health of self or others. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. Employee will perform job according to applied laws. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Qualifications Summary

  1. Two years’ experience in affordable housing required.
  2. Bachelor’s degree in a real estate related field strongly preferred.
  3. Knowledge of Section 42 Tax Credit, Section 8 Programs, and Equal Housing Opportunity laws.
  4. Able to pass automobile insurance carrier’s motor vehicle record investigation.

Hourly | Hiring Range $22.18 - $27.73

WHERE A CANDIDATE IS PLACED IN THE COMPENSATION RANGE DEPENDS ON TOTAL RELEVANT YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 

Applicants can learn more or apply by going to:   https://us61e2.dayforcehcm.com/MyDayforce/u/HMaodtdYF0yuhzjPLMi91A/Common/#Q2FyZWVycz8maXNGaXJzdEZlYXR1cmU9dHJ1ZQ%3D%3D

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is committed to delivering services, making employment-related decisions, selecting volunteers, and selecting vendors without regard to age over 40, race, sex, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, medical condition related to pregnancy, military status, or any other applicable status protected by law.

Equal Opportunity Employer


 

Maintenance Technician

Posted: April 1st, 2022
Property/Apartment Maintenance- Senior Housing Options (SHO), a nonprofit organization is seeking a team player for Maintenance Technician in our Longmont Assisted Living facility. SHO operates several facilities in the Metro area, serving the elderly and disabled. Knowledge and experience in; construction, remodeling, preventative maintenance, budget compliance and basic computer literacy helpful. This is a hands –on position, must be prepared to lead projects and get your hands dirty. This is a full-time position with periodic on call duties.
Job responsibilities will include:
• Responsible for various day- to day hands-on maintenance duties necessary to maintain and enhance the community, diagnosing problems and making repairs in areas such as Boilers, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, flooring, carpentry, dry walling, structure, and appliances.
• The Maintenance Technician must be able to work some evening, weekend & on-call shifts. Although, regular schedule will be Mon-Fri, day shift. *Maintenance team has rotating on-call schedule for weekends. Each member covers on-call weekends 1 weekend every 6-7 weeks when full staffed.
• Performs various maintenance functions such as minor roof repairs, re-keying door locks and repairing furnaces, air-conditioners, plumbing, appliances, painting, etc.
• Performs on-call emergency service as required.
• Assists the Maintenance Supervisor and Community Manager on special maintenance projects as necessary.
• Monitors the maintenance and up-keep of all mechanical equipment on the community including, but not limited to, water heaters, boilers, HVAC units, plumbing fixtures etc.
Required Skills Education & Experience
  • A high school diploma or equivalent preferred, trade or technical school training a plus.
  • Must have an understanding of mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems and functions or a willingness and desire to learn such.
  • Hands-on apartment maintenance experience in areas such as plumbing, electrical, flooring, carpentry, HVAC, etc. preferred.
  • Must be able to lift and work with equipment.
  • Valid driver's license with a clean record. and be able to present a MVR
  • Successfully pass our background check
  • Must have reliable transportation to move around properties, complete errands and pickup supplies as necessary
  • Full benefit package including Health Benefits & Dental offered, paid holidays. PTO available after 90 days - EOE - Please send resume.
Job Type: Full-time; Non-exempt – Standard hours are M-F daytime hours, but flexible as necessary.
Pay:  $19.00 per hour
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $19.00 per hour
Apply at www.seniorhousingoptions.org (Become an Employee section)

Equal Opportunity Employer


 

Assistant Community Manager

Posted: March 31st, 2022
Boulder Housing Partners (BHP) is a mission driven, innovative organization that builds, owns, and manages affordable housing for over 2,000 households in the City of Boulder. BHP is looking for a dynamic team-oriented Assistant Community Manager. This position assists the Community Manager with communities for public housing, section 8 project-based, affordable, tax credit, and market rate housing in the City of Boulder. 
The ideal candidate will have strong organizational skills, LIHTC, and Section 8 experience.
Click here for the full job description. 
Boulder Housing Partners offers outstanding benefits, including health, dental, vision, life and retirement plans. Please click here for more info. We are a PERA employer!
Hiring range is $22 - $28/hour DOQ.
BHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.

Equal Opportunity Employer


 

Maintenance Director

Posted: March 30th, 2022
Position Status: Full-Time
Location: Trinidad Colorado – Trinidad Housing Authority
Shift: Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
Program Type: Public Housing, New Construction Project Based Multifamily and Housing Choice Voucher Programs
Position Summary: The Maintenance Director will perform highly responsible administrative and professional work in managing and administering the Agency’s maintenance and capital improvement programs.  The Maintenance Director will manage and perform a wide variety of tasks involving maintenance of all Agency dwelling and non-dwelling facilities, grounds, storage areas, distribution systems and automotive equipment and fixtures.
Primary Responsibilities:
1.      Works in conjunctions with the Crew Chief to Plan, direct, and supervise daily activities of maintenance staff and establishes objectives and priorities for the department. Plans, schedules and reviews daily maintenance work orders and assignments with maintenance personnel, provides guidance and assistance to employees as needed to perform assigned work. Responds to after hour emergencies as required. 
2.      Oversees all phases of housing maintenance risk controls. Enforces work safety programs and monitors maintenance employees’ work to ensure that safety rules are followed. Serves as the Agency’s Safety Officer as needed. 
3.      Establishes training program for maintenance personnel and oversees on-the-job training of employees, develops effective plans and procedures to improve maintenance operations, and ensures departmental performance is compliance with federal assessment programs
4.      Makes decisions on whether to repair or replace damaged property. Makes estimates for time and materials needed for a variety of maintenance tasks such as electrical, and gas, water, and sewer lines and the upkeep of community grounds. Ensures procurement protocol is followed and, within established parameters, submits and/or authorizes acquisition of proper equipment, materials, appliances, supplies, and services to meet project and Agency needs in a timely manner.
5.      Develops specifications and standardizations for inventory of necessary equipment, maintenance, and repair needs and monitors usage quantities and frequency through review of inventory reports to track utilization of resources. Calculates and analyzes trends and projections to establish minimum and maximum inventory levels and reorder quantities.
6.      Performs regular walk-by inspections of Agency properties to identify and resolve unsafe or unsatisfactory conditions requiring maintenance. Addresses any safety issues or hazardous conditions immediately. Assists in code enforcement, and works to provide resolution to REAC issues to ensure a consistently acceptable score from HUD. This involves performing annual inspections using REAC criteria, and may involve appropriate communications with tenants, informing them of the serious nature of these matters.
7.      Solicits competitive quotes from vendors. Meets with contractors during preparation of assessment reports, schematic designs, etc., to ensure achievement of Agency maintenance objectives. Reviews reports, studies, and bid documents to ensure conformance with Agency criteria and HUD requirements as appropriate. Monitors work performed for quality assurance
8.      Assesses and coordinates with appropriate Agency personnel to make appropriate arrangements for the Agency’s reimbursement for damages and/or losses caused by negligence of maintenance employees. Damages or losses caused by maintenance employees include, but are not limited to supplies, tools, checked-out tools, and equipment.
9.      Attends weekly management meetings to discuss matters concerning overall maintenance operations, ongoing projects, and performance of maintenance personnel. Serves as policy and program advisor to the Executive Director regarding Agency effectiveness in implementation of its maintenance program and HUD standards, and other department wide standards.
10.  Assists in the preparation of the Annual Statement and Five-Year Capital Funds Grant. Plans, schedules, and coordinates the modernization and rehabilitation programs; works closely with contracted Architect or design staff; prepares work assessment and cost budgets; assist in preparing bids and specifications; inspects construction work, advises Executive Director of any change orders, and accepts or rejects completed work; prepares technical reports and maintains necessary records. Works with the Executive Director on Capital Funds Projects. Compiles, reviews, and implements procurement documentation and records in an organized and orderly fashion for reviews or audits.  Responsible for ensuring that correct procurement and requisitions for services, materials, and supplies are in accordance with Agency procedures. Monitors all received shipments for correctness, and that staff reviews packing slips to verify quantity and quality of items prior to approval of payment.
11.  Oversees the short term and long-range planning for modernization, the maintenance of accurate project files, and the preparation of project-related budgets, while ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local residential building requirements.
12.  Demonstrates continuous efforts to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality, seamless customer service. Attends workshops, seminars and training sessions as deemed necessary by the Programs Coordinator. Develops, reviews, and implements the Agency’s Preventative Maintenance Program. 
13.  Stays informed and up-to-date with HUD regulations as they pertain to, but not limited to, maintenance, inspections and procurement.
Education and Experience:
An Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or Industrial Arts or related program preferred. Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in construction, contracting or maintenance. Two (2) years or more of managerial or supervisory experience in maintenance construction or contracting, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
 
Required Certifications:
Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS), Certified Maintenance Manager (CMM), Housing Quality Standards Inspections (HQS-HCVP), Procurement and Contract Management, Fair Housing
Knowledge and Skills:
1.   Work requires supervising and monitoring performance for a regular group of employees or department including input on hiring/disciplinary action and work objectives/effectiveness, performance evaluations, and realigning work as needed. A first-line supervisor typically performs these functions.
2.   Must have a working knowledge of all aspects of HVAC, electrical, carpentry, plumbing, landscape, roofing, and pest control.
3.   Thorough knowledge of the trade skills, methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in maintaining dwelling and non-dwelling facilities.
4.   Thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, regulations pertaining to public housing authorities as they relate to maintenance of Agency properties. Must have an understanding of life safety code, OSHA regulations. Ability to interpret complex laws, codes, and regulations.
5.   Working knowledge of mathematical calculations and the principles, practices, and techniques of cost estimating and budgeting.
6.   Advanced ability to read and understand advanced literature, books reviews, technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.
7.   Must be skillful in prioritizing, problem solving, formulation, and reasoning, analyzing and proofreading. High level of communications skills. Computer skills (Excel, Word, etc.).
8.   Ability to read and interpret blueprints/shop drawings, plans, and specifications.
9.   Ability to conduct safety and property inspections.
10. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other Agency employees, subordinates, residents, contractors, vendors, and other persons outside the Agency.
Compensation:
Salary position starting at $51,500 annually w/ an attractive benefit package
Instructions to Apply:
For a full Job Description and Benefit Package please call Tonya Valdez at 719-846-7204 ext. 103. 
Please submit resume with professional references and/or portfolio to [email protected]

Equal Opportunity Employer


Palmer Court Property Manager

Posted: February 25th, 2022 
Position Status: Full-Time
Location: Palmer Court
Reports to: Director of Property Management
Shift: Monday – Fridays, Days
Grade and Starting Rate: Grade 11, $28.05/hour
FLSA Status: Exempt
EEO Class: First/Mid-Level Officials and Managers
Our Mission
The mission of The Road Home is to help people step out of homelessness and back into our community.
JOB SUMMARY                                         
Do you want to help solve homelessness in our community? Do you have a passion for creating impactful change? The Road Home has been a leader in the fight to end homelessness for almost a hundred years. We provide low-barrier emergency shelters, supportive services, and housing-first-minded rental assistance programs that help individuals and families step out of homelessness and back into the community. We are seeking compassionate and empathetic individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of others and their community.
Tenant Relations 
1. Establishing good relations with tenants, supportive service team members, and the community. Creating a warm and positive apartment community that will support tenants for the long term.
2.  Working with staff to develop and implement innovative solutions to client problems.
3. Demonstrating awareness/sensitivity to diverse populations in a trauma-informed way; Contributing to the agency's commitment to the appreciation of ethnic and culturally diverse heritages.
4.   Housing-first minded support with our diverse guests to assist in their success in housing                
Compliance
1.      Maintaining knowledge of and ensuring compliance with all state and local laws, particularly regarding resident-landlord relations, all applicable OSHA regulations, and fair housing laws and that all team members are familiar with and understand them.
2.   Remaining current and collaborating with Housing Authorities, Utah Housing Corporation, and other partner agencies as needed on U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development programs and regulations with the LIHTC program.
3. Overseeing tax credit program reporting requirements to ensure program compliance, by performing audits, ensuring reporting requirements with all funding sources are completed and using reports to monitor efficiency.
4.  Overseeing/supporting the Assistant Property Managers in rent collection as required in preparing statements and notices for non-payment of rent and other violations. Oversee, support, and have knowledge of tenant accounts and determine which residents could benefit from the Rent Payment Program and further support. Coordinating with case management staff the status of client accounts and behaviors.
5.     Preparing and revising lease documents, re-certifications, and other supporting documents as needed to comply with industry requirements. Performing beginning inspections as a condition before leasing up new properties and overseeing staff in the lease-up process, supporting on-site staff to ensure that units are being maintained according to HUD/LIHTC required housing quality standards. new properties, overseeing staff in the lease-up process, and supporting
6. Maintaining required records and statistics, and preparing/presenting as needed reports, statistical summaries, and oral reports to Palmer Court staff, to other Road Home staff, and to community organizations as appropriate.
7. Oversee all aspects of property management to assure the property is well maintained and meets all funding requirements.
8.  Overseeing evictions and rent process with staff and the attorney.
9.  Collaborate with the Permanent Supportive Housing Supervisor and Case Managers to ensure that units are leased in a timely fashion by qualified applicants and lease violations are managed appropriately.
Supervision
1.  Support and supervise Assistant Property Manager and maintenance staff in maintaining 24-hour, seven-days-per-week coverage and preserve and increase the value and integrity of the properties building maintenance and upkeep. 
2. Supervising and directing appropriate training for staff to ensure quality program delivery and a safe work environment.
3. Assisting staff with questions and problems relating to housing programs.
4.   Keep management informed on all staff matters.
Financial
1.  Assist with the preparation of the annual operating budget for the property as well as projections. Reviews monthly operating results with supervisor and assists with the preparation of written variance reports. 
2.  Work with the Accounting Department to assure compliance with applicable regulations, rent and charges are collected and reports completed according to deadlines.
3.  Prepare purchase orders and approve expenditures within specified budgetary guidelines. Review, understand, analyze and make recommendations for vendor contracts to supervisor.
Community Relations
1.      Coordinate with other community agencies, and communicate needs, problems, and suggestions to those agencies.
2.      Maintain good relations with neighboring business owners and residents as well as the local community council.
3.      Participate in appropriate outreach activities, including NAHRO, Utah Housing Coalition, Utah Apartment Association, Utah Housing Corporation and other organizations.
Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE                                        
1.      Experience working with diverse populations preferred.
2.      Five years’ experience in property management required
3.      Strong LITHC/Section 42 background preferred
4.      Tax Credit Compliance certification preferred
5.      Bachelor’s degree preferred
-       Ability to move 25 pounds
-       Ability to stand and/or walk for at least an hour at a time.
-       Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions
Our Inclusive Benefits
Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)
- HSA, FSA, HRA
-Retirement Plan (401k, IRA, 403B with TRH match)
- Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary and AD&D)
- Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick and 12 Public Holidays)
- One Floating Holiday per year
- Family Leave (Maternity, Paternity)
- Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
- Employee Assistance Program
- Training and Development
- Tuition Reimbursement
Click Palmer Court Property Manager to fill out a brief online application
The Road Home is committed to our work in addressing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) as part of our mission to help people experiencing homelessness move back into housing. We strive to create a team that reflects the people we serve and where our guests and employees feel empowered to be their full, authentic selves. We know having a more diverse team makes our organization stronger and leads to better outcomes for the people in our programs. We are working at increasing equity and inclusive practices by reducing racial disparities and inequities in our programming and amongst our staff and Board. There is more work to be done. Working alongside our employees, guests, partners, and community we can help create spaces that embrace and welcome everyone.

The Road Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Property Manager

Posted: February 3rd, 2022
Avail Property Management, Inc., a leading property management company in the multi-housing industry, has an opening for a full-time Property Manager. We are seeking a self-motivated and career-minded individual to join our team. Professional and friendly work environment. Great benefits including health, life, vacation and 401K! Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Summary
A Property Manager is responsible for all operational and financial aspects of a property under 300 units and meeting company goals in those areas. Results are achieved by facilitating the optimum performance of the property in areas such as personnel management, leasing, collections, resident services, maintenance, revenue enhancement, capital improvements, information re- porting and compliance with all applicable laws and company policies. This position operates within and contributes to an environment in compliance with Fair Housing laws and Equal Employment Opportunity.
Qualifications/Requirements Education: 
High School Diploma/GED required; some college beneficial
Work Experience:
1-3 years of experience required.
Licenses/Certifications: CAM (beneficial), ARM (beneficial), NCHM or Quadel COS (required for Affordable Housing), SCS (required at Tax Credit site), NAHMA Certification (beneficial), real estate license (beneficial), and valid driver’s license required.
Primary Responsibilities
· Supervise leasing and maintenance staff including delegating work, reviewing work, maintaining deadlines, training and
scheduling.
· Maintain property occupancy by effectively retaining residents and successfully marketing property to attract new residents.
· Approve lease applicants.
· Administer HUD recertifications, if applicable.
· Evaluate current market conditions and competition.
· Increase revenue while maintaining controllable expenses including revenue collections and delinquency control.
· Provide customer service to residents resolving any issues that may occur and ensuring maintenance completes service
requests.
· Coordinate resident activities and correspondence (i.e., monthly newsletters).
· Contact and negotiate with vendors.
· Obtain bids and manage capital improvement projects.
· Ensure that all property reporting is completed in a timely manner (i.e., financial reports,, marketing reports).
· Operate within budget and purchasing guidelines.
· Maintain curb appeal by walking/inspecting property and vacant units.
· Conduct Human Resources functions; recruiting, interviewing, performance reviews, salary reviews, explanation of benefits,
· New hire orientation, terminations.
· Ensure company policies and procedures are met.
· Attend court proceedings, as necessary.
· Coordinate and lead staff meetings, as necessary.
· Assist other properties, as necessary.
· Completion of internal training for market-rate: One-Site – Navigation and Prospects, Move-ins and Rents, Move-outs.
· Completion of internal training for affordable housing: One-Site – Navigation of Receipts and Waitlists, Certifications and Charges, Move-outs.
· Other responsibilities as assigned/needed.
Essential Skills and Abilities 
· Administrative Skills – data entry, filing, answering phones, familiarity with legal aspects/fair housing laws, familiarity with company policies and procedures.
· Analytical Skills – ability to create and manage property budget, review and analyze current market conditions, analyze prop- erty reports (occupancy, accounting, traffic).
· Communication/Language Skills – ability to communicate with all staff levels, residents, vendors and prospective residents, ability to correspond with all contacts via letters, memos, newsletters and emails, ability to present material to staff.
· Computer Skills – Outlook, Excel, Word, Internet, One-Site.
· Coordinating Skills – ability to coordinate resident functions, staff meetings and functions, ability to prioritize and delegate tasks daily, ability to handle emergency/unexpected situations, ability to set future goals.
· Creative Skills – ability to be creative in marketing, leasing, retaining residents and retaining staff.
· Leadership Skills – ability to motivate and lead staff providing them with the direction and training that is necessary for them to succeed, ability to solve resident and staff issues.
· Manual Skills – be willing to pick up trash, clean, spread salt, shovel snow as well as other general manual duties, as necessary.
· Maintenance Skills – general knowledge of maintenance is helpful when acting as liaison between maintenance staff and resi- dents.
· Mathematical Skills – ability to calculate lease balances, move-in costs, pro-rations, special rates (i.e., pets, garages), late fees, bank deposits, discounts.
· Other Skills – confidentiality, customer service, decision-making, patience, respect, teamwork.
Working Conditions Work is typically performed in a normal office environment with moderate noise level. Walking is required for property tours and may expose Property Managers to weather conditions. It may be necessary to lift weights up to 25 pounds.
Salary Range $50,000 - $60,000/yr
Please submit resumes to [email protected]

Equal Opportunity Employer