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 Job Posting Options - NON-MEMBERS:

  • All three of the above for $375.00 (individual options are not available for Non-Members)

 RMH-AHMA members will receive one free job posting per year to be used within the year!

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Current Job Postings


Compliance Specialist

Posted: February 23rd, 2024 

STAR Compliance Consulting, a division of Seldin, LLC is seeking a Compliance Specialist to work either at our Corporate Office in Omaha, NE, or remotely if located in the following states only, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, South Dakota, Texas, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming or South Carolina. Must be able to travel up to 75% of the time. This position will require a national credential or certification in LIHTC Compliance as well as Multifamily Section 8 Occupancy Compliance. Must have HUD, and/or LIHTC program knowledge. This position will start at $58,000 annually, determined by experience, certifications, skills, and education. 

Benefits and Perks You Will Receive Working for Seldin LLC

  • Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flexible Spending Plan (FSA)
  • 401 (K) with Employer Match
  • Early Access to Wages/Instant Pay
  • Paid Holidays & Time Off
  • Paid Life Insurance
  • Paid Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Paid Volunteer Time
  • Wellness Program
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Fitness Reimbursement Plan
  • Casual Dress Code

What You Will Do

The Compliance Specialist will primarily review and approve applicant and resident certification files for compliance with federal and state agencies, specific management companies, and investor and lender requirements within stringent deadlines. Process online move-in and recertification files remotely, including outreach, communication, and coordination with applicants and residents, and full final file assembly using 3rd-party software systems. Responsible for the compliance and individual portfolio oversight for multifamily affordable housing units in multiple States with various affordable housing programs such as HUD Multifamily PBRA Section 8, HUD 236, LIHTC, HOME, Rural Development, HOPWA, RTC, and state bond or similar financing; as well as Fair Housing & Section 504 compliance. Will collaborate and work closely with the VP and SVP of Compliance to share regulatory updates, facilitate modifications to forms and documents, and share best practices for all programs. Upon assignment, extended travel to assist clients with on-site work completing applicant and resident certifications, and to provide training on affordable policy and procedures for existing onsite staff.

Skills and Requirements

  • High School diploma or GED.
  • Must have one or more of the following nationally recognized certifications and/or credentials; SHCM or HCCP Credential, CP3 or COS or CPO designation or ability to obtain one of these certifications within 90 days of employment.
  • Must have extensive HUD and LIHTC program knowledge.
  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience with multi-state affordable housing compliance auditing for HUD, LIHTC, or other government-sponsored affordable housing programs.
  • Working knowledge of affordable housing regulatory internal control requirements, and industry knowledge in all aspects of affordable housing compliance.

Do You Have The Ability To...

  • Exhibit strong analytical, strategic and critical thinking capabilities.
  • Have a meticulous eye for detail and maintain a high degree of accuracy.
  • Take initiative and able to work in an independent work environment.
  • Prioritize multiple responsibilities, adhere to strict deadlines, and be highly organized.
  • Ascertain resources, prioritize workflow and problem solve with minimal oversight.
  • Be meticulously detailed in reviews of documents.
  • Use various sources of technology and internal software to follow processes, tracking, and reporting and ensure efficiencies.
  • Work on multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced working environment with many interruptions.
  • Consistently provide excellent customer service, even under stressful situations.
  • Offer guidance to property management staff in an encouraging, supportive way, while showing sensitivity and empathy to the daily challenges facing on-site personnel.
  • Effectively communicate with external clients and internal staff in written and verbal form.
  • Have flexibility and be open to changing operating policies and procedures.
  • Commit to being a lifetime learner to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of changing programmatic rules and regulations.
  • Excellent computer skills, including advanced with Adobe DC Pro, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Working knowledge of various property management software systems.
  • Conduct all business in accordance with company policies and procedures, Fair Housing, ADA, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other Federal, State, and local laws pertaining to Multi-Family Housing.

If you match any of the above, you should apply today!

Who Is Seldin LLC

We strive to be among the elite; one of the country's most respected Multifamily Companies, an employer of choice in our markets and the best place for our residents to call home.

We pride ourselves in the quality living experience we provide to our residents and therefore are considering individuals with demonstrated abilities in the areas of multifamily property management and property maintenance to care for the residents and communities we serve. 

Seldin LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.  

A background check and drug screen will be required prior to hire.

Qualified candidates, please apply now at: https://careers-seldin.icims.com/jobs/7749/compliance-specialist/job

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


 

Project-Based Section 8 Supervisor

Posted: February 7th, 2024 

About the Department
The Department of Commerce aims to make sure Montana is the best place to work, live and play. We work alongside private industry and local organizations to create jobs, grow businesses, develop affordable housing and improve community infrastructure.
(You can learn more about us here.) 

About this Position
Montana Housing strengthens our vibrant communities by supporting access to safe, affordable, and sustainable homes for Montanans whose housing needs are not met by the market. Montana Housing assists with buying a home, down payment assistance, mortgage servicing, Reverse Annuity Mortgages, rental housing assistance and multifamily rental development.

The Project-Based Section 8 Supervisor directly oversees a team of four professional contract managers who perform tasks required under the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Performance Based Contract Administrator (PBCA) role. As Contract Administrator, Montana Housing monitors compliance of a portfolio of Project-Based Section 8 properties throughout the state of Montana and is responsible for conducting annual Management and Occupancy Reviews, adjusting rent and utility allowances, paying monthly housing assistance subsidies directly to the owners, renewing HAP Contracts and is responsible for health and safety issues as required by HUD.

This position:

  • Manages all activities of the Project-Based Section 8 Program which assists low-income households in renting privately owned housing through subsidies and ensures program compliance with HUD regulations.
  • Monitors contract performance and project based-tasks in compliance with federal contract(s) or cooperative agreements, including compliance reviews, contract renewals, rent adjustments, voucher submissions, and reporting requirements.
  • Coordinates with property owners, on-site managers, and contract managers to gather documentation for Management and Occupancy Reviews (MORs), reviews MORs conducted by contract managers for compliance with HUD regulations and performs on-going monitoring to ensure compliance and consistency in program operations.
  • Promotes community engagement and relationship building and assists in creating opportunities for the preservation of federal rental subsidies.
  • Identifies and implements administrative efficiencies to maximize the use and positive impact of the program throughout the state.
  • Includes planning and managing program activities and operations; administering rental assistance contracts; developing and facilitating trainings; assisting in the budget processes; and strategic planning with Montana Housing and partner organizations.
  • Supports preparation of grant applications for new or additional federal housing resources and performs a variety of other duties as assigned.
  • Directs, oversees, and educates staff to ensure effective utilization and compliance according to federal and state rules and regulations.
  • Develops, maintains and updates policies and procedures to evaluate program effectiveness and investigates complaints and violations.
  • Establishes and revises work plans and directs contract managers to establish program objectives and meet goals as part of Montana Housing’s and Commerce’s strategic planning process.
  • Evaluates contract performance to determine the methods and procedures needed to meet acceptable quality levels within agency resource constraints and promote efficiency and modern business practices to focus financial and staffing resources to the most critical program need. 
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of the program to ensure objectives and requirements are met and to provide required reporting to HUD.
  • Collaborates with internal quality control staff to identify areas for quality assurance reviews; embraces Montana Housing objectives for continual process improvement and in support of an audit-ready posture.
  • Prepares responses to Legislative Audit Division, HUD Office of Inspector General and other entities for any active or ongoing audits or investigations.
  • Directs and coordinates program fiscal operations to ensure compliance with HUD regulations, continued solvency, and efficient use of program resources. This work requires general knowledge of the principles and practices of governmental accounting and budgeting, HUD and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) accounting and reporting regulations, and the terms and conditions of HUD-sponsored contracts.

 

This position is open until filled; with a first review date of 2.12.24

What are we looking for?

Education and Experience: 

·        A bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration or a closely related field; and

·        2-5 years of progressively responsible experience including program management, compliance, database management and supervision; or

·        Alternate combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

·        It would pique our interest if you had a passion for affordable housing, commitment to exemplary customer service and experience with change management.

Competencies:

Knowledge of:

  • The concepts and theories of program planning, program administration, public administration, and contract management.   
  • Federal programs (housing preferred), research techniques, fiscal management, and a detailed knowledge of intent and requirements of various state and federal laws and rules governing program operations and activities.
  • State and Department of Commerce personnel policies and procedures, supervisory principles and practices and employment law are required.

Ability to:

  • Analyze and develop cost models, state legislative and funding processes, administrative hearing processes, and case preparation and presentation.  
  • Distil complex situations into clear measurable items to be resolved, verbal and written presentation of information.
  • Listen, understand, and assist in the resolution of technical and regulatory issues related to housing assistance program activities, manage multiple projects and programs, and accomplish program objectives as established through team goals and objectives.
  • Work with landlords, tenants, congressional delegates, federal funding authorities and others as a program liaison which requires the ability to negotiate and persuade others to cooperate on various projects and/or address operational deficiencies, compliance issues, and other sensitive or contentious subjects.
  • Create queries and reports from databases.

How to apply

Apply online by submitting your resume and cover letter. References will not be contacted until after interview process is completed and you will be notified when we will be reaching out to them. (Please Note: You do not need to complete the “work experience” or the “education & certifications” portion of the application process in our recruiting system.  You only need to upload the requested documentation.)

Benefits

·        Look here to see the additional benefits!  They include:

o   Work/life Balance

o   Health Coverage

o   Retirement plans

o   Paid Vacation and Sick Leave and Holidays

o   And more…

·        Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) – Employment with the State of Montana may qualify you to receive student loan forgiveness under the PSLF.  Look here to learn more and see if you may qualify!

Other important information to be aware of

·        This position requires the successful completion of a criminal background check.

·        Only online applications are accepted.  By applying online, you can receive updates and monitor the status of your application.

·        If you fail to upload the requested application documents and/or preference documents, we will notify you via email. Failure to upload these documents after notification will result in your application being removed from consideration.

·        This position allows for a hybrid work schedule from a remote location within the State of Montana. Weekly travel to Helena offices will be required. Specific conditions will be outlined as part of the job offer and must adhere to state policy. New Employees may be required to complete training in person before hybrid work schedules begin.

Applicant Pool Statement:  If another department vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may be used for the selection.

 

Training Assignment:  This agency may use a training assignment. Employees in training assignments may be paid below the base pay established by the agency pay rules. Conditions of the training assignment will be stated in writing at the time of hire.

 

Salary: $ 60,424.00 - 68,744.00  Yearly

 

Telework Eligibility:  Telework Eligible (Full-time telework is not available. Telework schedule must be supervisor approved.)

 

Benefits Package Eligibility:  Health Insurance, Paid Leave & Holidays, Retirement Plan

Number of Openings:  1

Employee Status:  Regular

Schedule:  Full-Time

Shift:  Day Job

Travel:  Yes, 20 % of the Time

Primary Location:  Helena

   

Agency:  Department of Commerce

 

Union:  000 - None

 

Posting Date:  Feb 5, 2024, 11:44:53 AM

 

Closing Date (based on your computer's time zone):  Ongoing

Required Application Materials:  Cover Letter, Resume

Contact Name:  Jessica Arnold  |  Contact Email:  [email protected]  |  Contact Phone:  406-841-2718

The State of Montana has a decentralized human resources (HR) system. Each agency is responsible for its own recruitment and selection. Anyone who needs a reasonable accommodation in the application or hiring process should contact the agency's HR staff identified on the job listing or by dialing the Montana Relay at 711. Montana Job Service Offices also offer services including assistance with submitting an online application.

State government does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, childbirth or medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, marital status, creed, political beliefs or affiliation, veteran status, military service, retaliation, or any other factor not related to merit and qualifications of an employee or applicant.

In order to submit application please go to: https://mtstatejobs.taleo.net/careersection/200/jobdetail.ftl?job=24140398&tz=GMT-07%3A00&tzname=America%2FDenver

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


 

Community Manager

Posted: February 7th, 2024 

Denver Metro Village is looking for a highly qualified Community Manager to lead our affordable housing property management team. If you are a multi-family professional, experienced in Section 8, LIHTC, and leadership, consider joining our small, committed team.  

The Position

The Community Manager leads the leasing, occupancy, maintenance, and resident services teams and implements property management best-practices and performance goals in those areas in compliance with all applicable regulations. Oversees daily/weekly/monthly procedures such as rent collection, compliance reporting, data-tracking, accounting, marketing, and management reporting. Control, monitor, and report on budget performance, collaborating on desirable corrections.

The ideal candidate will be one who can step into a leadership role on day one, genuinely enjoys challenge, has a proven track-record of great customer service skills, and is an individual inspired by setting goals and then achieving them. This position is a great fit for a candidate with a strong vision in affordable housing and development.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in related field preferred.
  • 5 years plus proven work experience as a Community Manager or Regional Manager. Experience in Senior housing a plus.
  • Advanced to expert skill level in HUD Section 8 and LIHTC Required. Professional Certifications preferred: (COS, TCS, etc)
  • Proven track record supervising a small, dynamic property management team.
  • Knowledgeable and capable of overseeing operations utilizing Yardi Software.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Bilingual a plus.
  • Attention to detail essential.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $58,000.00 - $70,000.00 per year

Benefits:
100% Employer Paid Health, Vision, and Dental insurance
Employee Assistance Program
403b Retirement Savings plan with 5% employer contribution
Generous PTO
Employer Paid Training annually
Performance-based bonus opportunities

How to Apply:
Submit a Resume and Cover Letter
Fax: 303-623-6208
Email: [email protected]

More information about Denver Metro Village can be found at: www.denvermetrovillage.org 

Equal Opportunity Employer


 

Maintenance Technician II

Posted: February 6th, 2024

Full Time year-round

The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver (DHA) is looking for a semi-skilled maintenance person to perform tasks associated with the upkeep, repair and maintenance of occupied and vacant residential units.

The Position
Under minimal supervision, the position performs routine semi-skilled maintenance requiring some level of judgement to assist in the repair and maintenance of interiors and exteriors of residential units requiring experience in carpentry, plumbing and other trades as well as ground maintenance and preparing vacant units for occupancy. Position takes a lead role in energy and water conservation and may require training on specific equipment.

Work hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Over-time is offered for after-hours emergencies. Must join and maintain membership in AFSCME Local 535.

Benefit Information
– Sick leave is accrued at 6 hours per month.
– Annual leave (vacation) for new employees is accrued at 8 hours per month.
– 12 paid holidays per year with an optional paid day off.
– Health insurance and 125 Plan.
– Group life insurance, pension plan (10% of the annual salary), short term and long term disability insurance, and uniforms are paid by DHA.
– Dental plan, vision insurance, critical illness insurance, accident insurance, 457 pension plan and the ROTH IRA are employee paid options.
– Performance based merit increases and cost of living (“COLA”) adjustment are given depending upon current policy.

Minimum Qualifications at the Time of Application
– Must pass test administered by DHA and must have one (1) year DHA Maintenance Technician I or related experience.
– High school diploma or GED.
– Valid Colorado driver license and an acceptable driving record.
– A combination of appropriate education and experience may be substituted for the minimum education and experience requirements.

Starting Salary
$50,092.18 to $62,615.23/year

How to Apply
You may apply for this position in one of the following ways:
* by faxing your application and/or resume to (720) 932-3005 or
* by emailing your application and/or resume to [email protected].

Equal Opportunity Employer

Recruitment will remain open until filled.


Residential Property Manager

Posted: February 6th, 2024

The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver (DHA) is seeking a highly motivated self-starter to manage one of our residential developments.

The Position
This is a professional level position responsible for day-to-day administration, management and operations of assigned residential property(s). Duties include performing a variety of comprehensive administrative, customer service and supervisory tasks tailored to the unique needs of the assigned residential property(s), working closely with senior division staff to develop and implement strategic and business plans for the assigned residential property(s) as well as planning, administering, allocating and monitoring revenue and/or expenditures to ensure cost-effective management of the assigned property(s) and ensuring that the physical components and appearance, along with the financial stability of the assigned property(s) is maintained.

Benefit Information
* Sick leave is accrued at 6 hours per month.
* Vacation leave for new employees is accrued at 8 hours per month.
* 12 paid holidays per year with an optional paid day off.
* Health insurance and 125 Plan.
* Group life insurance, pension plan (equal to 10% of the annual salary), short term and long term disability insurance and uniforms are paid by DHA.
* Dental plan, vision insurance, critical illness insurance, accident insurance, 457 pension plan and the Roth IRA are employee paid options.
* Performance based merit increases and cost of living adjustments are given depending upon current policy.

Minimum Qualifications at the Time of Application
* Bachelor degree in business, public administration or management.
* Valid Colorado driver license and good driving record must be maintained in accordance with personnel policy.
* Minimum of three (3) years of experience managing residential properties, including demonstrated knowledge of residential real estate management and financial analysis.
* Must have a professional designation in the field of Real Property Management, Accredited Residential Manager certificate from the Institute of Real Estate Management, Certified Property Manager certification, Section 8 Housing Manager or equivalent.
* A combination of appropriate education and experience may be substituted for the minimum education requirements.

Salary Range
$84,417.75 to $105,522.21/year

How to Apply
You may apply for this position in one of the following ways:
* by faxing your application and/or resume to (720) 932-3005 or
* by emailing your application and/or resume to [email protected].
The application form as well as more information about DHA can be found on our website: www.denverhousing.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Recruitment will remain open until filled.


 

Leasing Specialist

Posted: January 5th, 2024

Boulder, Colorado - Full Time

Are you interested in working for a mission-driven organization? We build, own, and manage affordable housing in the City of Boulder, bringing together staff and stakeholders from diverse backgrounds to accomplish a common goal. 

The person in this position must have excellent customer service skills, be very detail oriented, and be a team player. 

BHP is a PERA employer and offers great public employee retirement benefits, health and wellness benefits, work-life balance, and flexible schedules when appropriate.

JOB OBJECTIVE

Under general supervision, the Leasing Specialist provides support to the property managers for public housing, Section 8 project-based, affordable, tax credit, and market rate housing in the City of Boulder. This position also aids in the lease up process for new construction and renovations at BHP. Functions include eligibility determinations, processing renewal and recertification paperwork, showing apartments, compliance and reporting, interest list and/or waitlist management, coordination with other team members for the marketing of units, filling in for the community manager as needed and related duties as required. The Leasing Specialist also supports the property managers by providing high quality customer service to our clients and staff, including responding to phone calls and emails as needed

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Manage all aspects of leasing vacant units while following BHP's policies and procedures. This includes the following:

  • Respond to inquiries from potential residents in a timely, professional and engaging manner via telephone and walk-ins
  • Schedule appointments for apartment tours
  • Drive the leasing process to exceed monthly leasing goals
  • Track and enter all traffic into Yardi
  • Process and maintain waitlists and interest lists
  • Process applications for housing
  • Conduct landlord references
  • Conduct background checks
  • Check files for eligibility criteria
  • Scan all documentation into File Vision upon receiving and recycle immediately
  • Show available units
  • Conduct pre-leasing inspections of vacant units to ensure units are ready to show and in move-in condition

2. Assist with the processing of all paperwork and mailings related to recertifications and renewals and the lease up of new or renovated units.

    This includes the following:

  • Maintain and create filing and logging systems for first, second and final mailings
  • Process applications, recertifications and send notification to applicants and/or residents
  • Communicate with applicants about status of their application process
  • Mail, fax, or email documents and track return of documents
  • Review forms for accuracy and completeness. Research and obtain missing information as needed
  • Organize paperwork and assist as requested
  • Track traffic, enter data into Yardi software system
  • Maintain organized ETR (Electronic Tenant Record)

3. Assist property managers by:

  • Holding office hours as needed
  • Posting notices at sites
  • Transporting payments to BHP
  • File Vision scanning and accuracy
  • Providing customer service in person, by phone, by email, or as applicable
  • Returning calls and emails as needed

4. Assist property managers with applicant/resident issues, including:

  • Monitor rent and security deposit collection at move in and late payments reports
  • Initiate and follow up on resident payback agreements
  • Complete move in process with applicant/resident, including unit check in form at move in
  • Assist with applicant/resident issues, requests and communications
  • Working knowledge of reasonable accommodation situations under Section 504

5. Assist with all other paperwork issues, including but not limited to filing, reporting requirements for the various funders and program administrators.

6. Performs related duties as required by management to meet the needs of BHP.

 7. Regular, predictable attendance is an essential function of this position.

8. Takes proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances, and acts accordingly to prevent accidents. Is responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment.

Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming.

Boulder Housing Partners is committed to hiring employees who provide good customer service; our employees communicate courteously and responsively and provide effective and efficient service to the public and co-workers.

CHAIN OF SUPERVISION

(1)       TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISORS: Property Manager, Regional Property          Manager

(2)       TITLE (S) OF POSITION (S) OVER WHICH THIS POSITION HAS DIRECT  SUPERVISION: N/A

MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT USED IN WORK INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:

Computer, printer, postage machine, telephone, photocopy machine, facsimile machine, and calculator/adding machine.

REQUIREMENTS

High school diploma or equivalent. 2-3 years of previous leasing experience. Strong organizational experience. Experience with data entry and database management. Ability to accurately verify multiple sources of information and make assessments. Demonstrated ability to communicate with internal and external customers; proven composure in difficult situations; ability to manage and resolve conflict effectively. Attention to detail. Ability to work with diverse populations. Interest, desire, ability and commitment to provide excellent customer service in person and over the telephone. Ability to work independently, take initiative, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and to assume responsibility for completion of complex workload without close supervision. Acceptable background information, including criminal history. Valid Colorado driver's license and acceptable motor vehicle record.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Experience with housing software, particularly Yardi. Some knowledge or experience with electronic filing systems. Customer Service experience. Bilingual Spanish/English.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Physical Demands:

This position works in an office setting. In the office it is primarily sedentary physical work requiring the ability to lift a maximum of 20 pounds; occasional lifting, carrying, walking, bending over (to file) and standing. Extensive data entry. Frequent hand/eye coordination and finger dexterity to operate personal computer, adding machine, and office equipment; vision for reading, recording and interpreting information; speech communication and hearing to maintain communication with employees and customers.

Work Environment:

Works in clean, comfortable office environment. Non-private office.

Equipment Used:     

Frequently uses standard office equipment including personal computers, adding machine, calculators, printers, shredders, electronic date stamp, fax and copy machines.

HIRING RANGE AND BENEFITS: 

$20-23/hour DOQ

We know our employees are our most important resource, in addition to rewarding and meaningful work we enjoy:

  1. Medical, dental, vision health plans
  2. Retirement benefits that include PERA defined benefit plan plus 401k and 457 plans.
  3. Paid life insurance.
  4. Employee wellness program.
  5. Long term disability.
  6. 13 paid holidays per year plus vacation and sick leave.
  7. Summer hours during months June-August.
  8. Excellent work-life programs, such as flexible schedules, training opportunities, and more.

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.

HISTORY

Founded in 1966, Boulder Housing Partners (BHP) is known for creative and award-winning approaches. BHP’s goal is to make living in Boulder possible and affordable, regardless of income. We are committed to fostering a healthy sense of community in every property we develop. We are an inclusive organization that operates creatively, decisively, and effectively, with strong and consistent values and an understanding that housing is as much about people as it is about place. We build, own and manage 33% of the total inventory of affordable housing in Boulder, making a strong contribution to City Council's goal that 10% of all housing is permanently affordable.

Our commitment to the organizational stewardship of assets involves fostering a caring and supportive work environment for our most valuable asset - our employees. We realize that our mission can only be realized with a team of dedicated and passionate people. BHP provides professional development opportunities as well as a generous benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid holidays and personal days, as well as retirement benefits. Our culture promotes work-life balance and opportunities to engage in healthy lifestyle activities. 

What it’s like to work with us:

If your goal is to help build diverse and inclusive communities by providing homes, creating community and changing lives, consider joining us at BHP. We know our employees are our most important resource, in addition to rewarding and meaningful work we enjoy:

  • Medical, dental, vision health plans
  • Retirement benefits that includes PERA defined benefit plan plus 401k and 457 plans
  • Paid life insurance
  • Employee wellness program
  • Long term disability
  • 13 paid holidays per year plus vacation and sick leave
  • Excellent work-life programs, such as flexible schedules, training opportunities, and more

To learn more or to apply please visit: Leasing Specialist at Boulder Housing Partners (hiremojo.com)

BHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Assistant Property Manager

Posted: January 5th, 2024

Boulder, Colorado - Full Time

Are you looking for a position at a mission-driven, innovative organization with great benefits? If so, join Boulder Housing Partners! We are a PERA employer and offer great public employee retirement benefits, work-life balance, and flexible schedules.

We build, own, and manage affordable housing in the City of Boulder, bringing together staff and stakeholders from diverse backgrounds to accomplish a common goal. 

This position does require LIHTC and HUD experience.

OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:

Under general supervision, the Assistant Property Manager provides support to the property managers for public housing, section 8 project-based, affordable, tax credit, and market rate housing in the City of Boulder. Functions include monitoring age receivables, completing financial reports, marketing planning, monitoring activities related to occupancy, processing and monitoring renewal and recertification paperwork, showing apartments, completing compliance reports, filling in for property manager as needed, and performing property management related duties as required.

COMPETENCIES:

Interpersonal Skills – Commits to finding ways to work with a wide array of people and finds ways to adjust to working in different situation and with people who have different styles.

Peer Relationships – Can quickly find common ground and solve problems for the good of all, can solve problems with peers with a minimum of noise, is seen as a team player and is cooperative, easily gains trust and support of peers, encourages collaboration, can be candid with peers.

Dealing with Ambiguity – can effectively cope with change, can shift gears comfortably, can decide and act without having the total picture, isn’t upset when things are up in the air, doesn’t have to finish things before moving on, can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty.

Self-Knowledge – is personally committed to and actively works to continuously improve him/herself, understands that different situations and levels may call for different skills and approaches, works to deploy strengths, works on compensating for weakness and limits.

Customer Service – Provides exemplary customer to applicants, residents, community partners, and co-workers.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assist with property management financial processes. This includes the following:

  • Monitor and post monthly rents for the portfolio
  • Monitor resident ledgers
  • Monitor and manage age receivables according to policy
  • Process demands and ensure rent collection policies are followed
  • Perform month end review and reporting
  • Review, monitor, and manage GPRI reports

Assist with processing all paperwork and mailings related to recertifications and renewals. This includes the following:

  • Maintain and create filing and logging systems for first, second and final mailings
  • Process recertification and send notification of recertification to residents
  • Mail letters and packets and track return of documents
  • Review forms for accuracy and completeness. Research and obtain missing information as needed
  • Organize paperwork and assist as requested
  • Track traffic, enter data into Yardi software system
  • Maintain organized resident files

Assist with lease-up of vacant units. This includes the following:

  • Respond to inquiries via telephone and walk ins
  • Process and maintain waitlists
  • Manages marketing plan for the properties
  • Process applications for housing
  • Conduct landlord references
  • Conduct background checks
  • Check files for eligibility criteria
  • Show available units
  • Conduct pre-leasing inspections of vacant units to ensure units are in move-in condition

Assist with move outs. This includes the following:

  • Inspect and walk units at move out
  • Assess charges with maintenance
  • Assess and complete move out disposition
  • Process move out file

Assist property managers by:

  • Holding office hours on-site as needed
  • Posting notices at sites
  • Filing
  • Interpreting for Spanish-speaking clients

Assist property managers with resident issues, including:

  • Monitor rent collections and late payment reports
  • Initiate and follow up on resident payback agreements
  • Assist with resident issues, requests and communications
  • Working knowledge of Reasonable Accommodation situations under Section 504

Assist with all other paperwork issues, including but not limited to filing, reporting requirements for the various funders and program administrators.

Performs related duties as required by management to meet the needs of BHP.

Regular, predictable attendance is an essential function of this position.

Takes proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances, and acts accordingly to prevent accidents. Is responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment.

Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming.

Boulder Housing Partners is committed to hiring employees who provide good customer service; our employees communicate courteously and responsively and provide effective and efficient service to the public and co-workers.

REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Strong organizational experience. Experience with data entry and database management. Ability to accurately verify multiple sources of information and make assessments. Demonstrated ability to communicate with internal and external customers; proven composure in difficult situations; ability to manage and resolve conflict effectively. Attention to detail. Ability to work with diverse populations. Interest, desire, ability and commitment to provide excellent customer service in person and over the telephone. Ability to work independently, take initiative, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and to assume responsibility for completion of complex workload without close supervision. Acceptable background information, including criminal history. Valid Colorado driver's license and acceptable motor vehicle record.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Experience with housing software, particularly Yardi. Customer Service experience. Bilingual Spanish/English.

Hiring Range: $45,760-$58,240/year or $22 - $28/hour DOQ

HISTORY

Founded in 1966, Boulder Housing Partners (BHP) is known for creative and award-winning approaches. BHP’s goal is to make living in Boulder possible and affordable, regardless of income. We are committed to fostering a healthy sense of community in every property we develop. We are an inclusive organization that operates creatively, decisively, and effectively, with strong and consistent values and an understanding that housing is as much about people as it is about place. We build, own and manage 33% of the total inventory of affordable housing in Boulder, making a strong contribution to City Council's goal that 10% of all housing is permanently affordable.

Our commitment to the organizational stewardship of assets involves fostering a caring and supportive work environment for our most valuable asset - our employees. We realize that our mission can only be realized with a team of dedicated and passionate people. BHP provides professional development opportunities as well as a generous benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid holidays and personal days, as well as retirement benefits. Our culture promotes work-life balance and opportunities to engage in healthy lifestyle activities. 

What it’s like to work with us:

If your goal is to help build diverse and inclusive communities by providing homes, creating community and changing lives, consider joining us at BHP. We know our employees are our most important resource, in addition to rewarding and meaningful work we enjoy:

  • Medical, dental, vision health plans
  • Retirement benefits that includes PERA defined benefit plan plus 401k and 457 plans
  • Paid life insurance
  • Employee wellness program
  • Long term disability
  • 13 paid holidays per year plus vacation and sick leave
  • Excellent work-life programs, such as flexible schedules, training opportunities, and more

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.

To learn more or to apply please visit: Assistant Property Manager at Boulder Housing Partners (hiremojo.com)

BHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Property Manager II

Posted: January 5th, 2024

Why Work for The Olin?

The Olin, a non-profit providing affordable, safe housing and care for seniors and people with disabilities, has a great opportunity for a Property Manager to join our team.

Everything we do is focused on advancing our mission and vision and carrying out our values.

Our mission: To provide residential communities and caring services to enrich the lives of older adults in Colorado.

Our vision: That Colorado’s older adults live and thrive in a safe, caring community regardless of their financial means.

Our values:

  • Compassion & Empathy – for our residents
  • Safety & Quality Care
  • Respect & Courtesy
  • Diversity & Integrity
  • Fun working & living environment.
  • “Home-like,” person-centered environment

We offer:

  • Paid holidays and paid time off
  • Health, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Account plan, Life, LTD and STD insurance benefits for employees
  • Free meals on-site!
  • 403(b) retirement plans with 2% match
  • Opportunities for training, career growth and leadership development
  • An employer with a mission you can believe in and a team that works together to achieve it!

The Property Manager II will oversee a LIHTC/Section 8 Housing facility with layered programs greater than 60 units. The primary purpose of this position is to direct the day-to-day functions of the facility in accordance with current federal, state, city and LIHTC/HUD regulations and to assure the highest degree of quality of life will be received by all residents. The Property Manager II will manage a team of part-time and full-time employees, who will collectively encourage and support a safe, stable, and comfortable living environment without compromising resident rights and confidentiality. 

 

Essential Functions: 

  • Comply with HOME/HDG/LIHTC/HUD/Section 8 housing requirements and promote Fair Housing standards to all tenants 
  • Ensure the safety and security of the residents by establishing processes and training that allow staff to quickly respond to all building-related concerns 
  • Manage team of employees to carry out the operations of the facility, including housekeeping and janitorial functions, to ensure the facility maintains a clean appearance and safe living conditions at all times 
  • Ensure proper scheduling, including on-call shifts, so that facility and resident emergencies are quickly supported; may rotate “On Call” duty with other staff members 
  • Monitor the maintenance and operation of electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, and mechanical systems including the development and monitoring of a preventative maintenance program 
  • Regularly inspect the grounds, building, and common areas for proper maintenance and cleanliness 
  • Coordinate timely unit turnovers with other staff members, ensure units are refurbished and cleaned within a target 3-day window 
  • Maintain proper resident files in compliance with the respective program 
  • Obtain support service referrals for tenants and ensure residents are well educated on the services and support available to them; coordinate with service providers as needed 
  • Ensure facility is at 100% capacity at all times; quickly and effectively manage a resident waitlist 
  • Actively engage in community outreach to obtain donations and services for the building 
  • Manage property budget and ensure all expenses are accounted for and within budget 
  • Submit required documents, invoices, inspections and all other property reports to the SHO Office weekly 
  • Utilize the Yardi system to collect, post, deposit, and report resident rents according to SHO’s Procedures 
  • Manage rental collection system and send delinquent notices as needed 
  • Prepare and execute all lease documents and orientation of new tenants 
  • Prepare notices of lease violations as needed 
  • Manage annual re-certifications for each tenant in accordance with programs 
  • Adhere to all resident rights, including privacy, confidentiality, and treating residents with dignity and respect 
  • Will manage a team of employees including hiring, terminating, interviewing, training, and performance evaluations. 
  • Complete other duties as assigned by the SHO management team 

Work Environment: 

  • Must be able to lift 30 lbs. comfortably 
  • Comfortable using and climbing on ladders and step stools 
  • Certain activities may require repetitive movements including climbing, crawling, crouching, pulling, pushing 
  • May be subject to exposure to infectious waste, diseases, and conditions including blood-borne pathogens such as HIV and Hepatitis viruses 
  • Works beyond normal working hours, on weekends and holidays. May be called during off hours to respond to emergency or unusual situations. 

Competencies: 

  • Exercises leadership capabilities and is skilled at getting work done through others 
  • Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing, including the ability to provide non- technical assistance in a simple, straightforward manner 
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to the concerns of residents and a commitment to dealing fairly with all 
  • Friendly demeanor, positive disposition, tactful, patience and high ethical character even while dealing with difficult or upset residents 
  • Maintains a professional demeanor and responds with urgency 
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills; attention to detail 
  • Intermediate computer knowledge and typing skills; working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite 
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a wide range of diverse constituents 
  • Self-directed and proactive; independent problem solver 
  • Ability to motivate staff through creating a positive working environment 
  • Enjoys community involvement, resident interaction, and public representation of the organization. 
  • Bilingual a plus 

Education and Experience: 

  • Minimum three (3) years prior relevant work experience 
  • Prior working experience with elderly and/or disabled population a plus 
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Outlook 
  • Experience with HUD software (Yardi) preferred 
  • Prior supervisory experience necessary 

Expected Hours of Work: 

This role is considered full-time and works 40 hours per week. Schedule flexibility may be permitted, but must be available during the "core" work hours. Availability on evenings, weekends, and holidays to support emergencies may be required. 

Please submit resumes to[email protected]  

Equal Housing Opportunity – Equal Opportunity Employer


 

Compliance Specialist I

Posted: December 20th, 2023 

WCDA is looking for a Compliance Specialist I to join our team. Successful individual must have knowledge in federal grant management functions, procedures, and concepts. Experience in federal rules and regulations, and an understanding of procurement practices are necessary. Candidates that may fit the role could come from a diverse set of backgrounds, such as; knowledge in the LIHTC (low-income housing tax credit) or HUD HOME space, leasing & property management skills, or other affordable housing industry experience. Must have advanced proficiency in MS Excel and Word. 

Preferred working skills are attention to detail, strong organizational skills, self-motivation, and public speaking.

Min. requirements include 1-2 years relevant work experience, an Associate or Bachelor's degree preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 

The salary range for the position is $45,321 to $67,981 and WCDA offers competitive benefits.

For more information, visit https://www.wyomingcda.com/careers/

Equal Opportunity Employer