|POSITION TITLE:||Senior Property Manager|
|CAREER AREA:||NeighborWorks Manager|
|JOB FUNCTION:||Senior Property Manager|
|FLSA STATUS:||Full Time / Salary/ Exempt|
What you’ll do
⋆ Perform supervisory functions to assist Resident Managers and Leasing Agents.
⋆Work closely with Compliance Team to ensure that all property-related processes comply with local, state, federal, health, safety, and housing program regulations.
⋆Prepare monthly/quarterly Board of Directors updates/financials.
⋆Coordinate details of unit move-ins and move-outs, schedule and performs apartment inspections with residents present, prioritize and schedules necessary make-ready work with maintenance and vendors, and conducts completion inspections, maintain current details on all tenant movement.
⋆Perform quality control review of work orders completed and report on this metric weekly/monthly.
⋆Inspect portfolios on a weekly basis for “curb appeal”, ensuring appropriate staff have completed grounds policing.
⋆Monitor hallways, stairways, storage rooms, and laundry facilities for cleanliness and neatness. Contacts appropriate custodial contractors as needed.
⋆Maintains inventory control of supplies and equipment.
⋆Must possess current driver’s license and vehicle insurance, clean criminal record, DMV report and ability to be bonded.
⋆Must possess a current realtor’s license.
⋆College decree in an appropriate field; five (5) years of upper management experience (ten years of experience with no college degree in a solid property management organization – with background in tax credit and low-income housing.
⋆Background evaluating and developing business plans.
⋆Financial management experience, including P7L responsibility and development and management of cash flow projections.
⋆Ability to perform basic mathematical functions, understand account and financial concepts and use analytical skills in creating interpreting organizational funding/business documents.
⋆Ability to work with diverse cultures and people of many ethnic and social backgrounds.
⋆ Ability to set organization goals and implement programs; leadership skills to develop team efforts and accomplish programs through the appropriate supervisors and employees; demonstrated experience setting performance goals and measuring results.
⋆Must have leadership skills to diffuse conflicts successfully and work with diverse cultures and people of many ethnic and social backgrounds
⋆A Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field and five years of experience in tax credit and low-income multi-family, and experience in community-based housing development is preferred