Real Estate Personnel: Apartment Managers & Leasing

  • Denver Apartment Managers & Leasing Jobs
  • Below is a partial list of apartment managers & leasing jobs currently available through our office. For other real estate job opportunities please return to our main realty jobs listing page

    All information on these positions is subject to change.  The salary shown represents the maximum annual compensation that may be offered depending on experience inclusive of anticipated bonuses and commissions.  Real Estate Personnel assumes no liability for false information given to us by the client companies.  All fees are assumed by our client companies. 

    Denver Real Estate Jobs: Apartment Managers & Leasing

    Order #: DT05-22-306

    Title: Property Manager

    Location: Colorado Springs

    Description of Company: An investment management company that specializes in the fields of small multifamily, office, and infill development.

    Job Duties: Will be working at a corporate office for a rapidly growing boutique real estate company. Will be required to lease condo's and single family homes, duplexes and small commercial spaces, work remotely and rove to various properties. Supporting the owner with providing administrative assistance, and manage the daily operations of properties, including but not limited to, managing capital improvement projects, obtaining bids from vendors, marketing and lease property space and units, tend to and resolve vendor and tenant relations, assisting with all documentation.

    Job Experience: Must have previous HOA, Single family, residential property or apartment management experience, project management experience ideal, bidding experience, vendor relations experience, multi tasker a must, the ability to drive to various projects/properties, reliable vehicle and DL is required, strong time management skills, interest and desire to have a diverse work day at multiple sites and working multiple projects at once.

    Salary: 62000

    Benefits: This temporary position pay range is $28-30, per hour, Based on experience. This is a short term assignment. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA

    Contact: Grace Walker grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-303

    Title: Leasing Roving

    Location: Denver

    Description of Company: Established residential property management company.

    Job Duties: Will be roving to diffrent properties in the capitol hill area. Showing apartments, help property manager with other duties assigned.

    Job Experience: Must have a valid DL and reliable vehicle. Must be a self starter and be able to work independently with little to no supervision. Needs someone outgoing excited and reliable!

    Salary: 19

    Benefits: 18-20 TEMP TO HIRE: This is a temporary to possible hire position, the hourly pay range is: 18-20 , based on experience. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLA

    Contact: Grace Walker grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-302

    Title: Assistant Community Manager

    Location: Boulder

    Description of Company: Affordable housing provider of quality, affordable housing

    Job Duties: The responsibilities of the Assistant Community Manager include: • Ensure accuracy while posting rents, entering payments, and monitor, process demands • Generate required financial reports • Assist Community Manager in ensuring all aspects of the property run smoothly while following the company's protocol as well as all local, state and federal guidelines. If hired as a permanent employee, estimated benefits and commissions may include: PTO, health, dental and vision insurance and more. Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position.

    Job Experience: Our client, an Affordable Property Management company, is seeking an Assistant Community Manager. Candidate should be highly organized, professional, friendly, helpful and team oriented. Tax credit and affordable housing knowledge needed. • Strong customer service experience • Valid Driver's license and acceptable driving record • Yardi software helpful • Ability to shift focus, as needed, to address pressing matters • Ability to make rational decisions even while waiting for full details on any given situation • Experience with account receivables and basic bookeeping Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (“HFWA”).

    Salary: 58240

    Benefits: This is a temporary to possible hire position, the hourly pay range is: $21-28, BOE. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA)

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DD05-22-28

    Title: Director of Property Management

    Location: Wheat Ridge

    Description of Company: Not for profit multi family property management organization.

    Job Duties: The Director of Property Management oversees the Portfolio Operations Team. This group consists of (2) Deputy Directors of Property Management, and (10) Property Managers. Oversees property-specific budgets, spending, and delinquencies: Attains and aligns the financial operational performance of all apartment communities. Develops annual budget(s) for FRH’s portfolio. Lead in the development and administration of assigned program budget; forecast additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; monitor and approve expenditures. Implementation of effective cost control, revenue maximization, and delinquency management position. Monitor the operating performance in comparison to the budget and plan for the portfolio. Oversees day to day activity of portfolio operations and property staff: Direct, coordinate and review the work plans for assigned staff; meet with staff to identify and resolve problems; assign work activities and projects; monitor workflow; review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures. In conjunction with the COO, select, implement training, motivate and evaluate personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and termination procedures. Oversee and plans training for site staff. Oversee the work of on-site management; ensure properties are operated and maintained at a level consistent with FRH standards. Directs and coordinates activities of the department for which responsibility is delegated to further attainment of goals and objectives. Monitor occupancy levels in FRH’s portfolio to ensure continued awareness of market trends/ provide assistance to community managers and managing agents in identifying and resolving occupancy issues; maintenance issues to ensure they are resolved in a timely and cost-effective manner. Assist in managing accidents, emergency situations, and immediate mechanical needs and ensure the proper reports are submitted in a timely manner. Investigate and recommend evictions to the COO; review with legal counsel and assist in court procedures. Facilitate an annual Resident Survey At the direction of the COO, oversee special projects and leads new initiatives and programs to strengthen FRH Property Operations Department. Directs compliance initiatives and compliance department: Manages compliance activities and identifies deficiencies in Property Compliance and addresses as needed. Ensure that all required supporting documents, files, logs and records are properly maintained; prepare or coordinate various administrative and statistical reports relating to FRH clients and programs within the FRH portfolio. Monitors WCMS reporting system with CHFA. Submits 50059 vouchers with TRACS. Prepares for all program audits and attends them when they are conducted. • May provide back up for the Receptionist for lunch and time off. • Assembles verified income, household information, and maintains active participant files in accordance with the policies and procedures of FRH and HUD’s rules and regulations. • Assists with maintaining and update archive files, as needed. • Ability to prepare reports and meet strict deadlines. • Enters program participant household and income information in database accurately and in a timely manner. • Determines need for interim rent changes and completes all established and required processing procedures. • May occasionally inspect units, evaluates units for occupancy to determine if the units meet with Housing Quality Standards, the reasonableness of rent charged, and negotiates rent amounts with owners as needed or when inspector is not available. • Conducts leasing of families and initiates contracts between the owner and the housing authority. • Verifies a lease is executed between the landlord and the tenant. • Processes landlord payments in a timely and efficient manner. • Maintains working knowledge of program requirements and HUD rules for effective maintenance of programs. • Prepares and accurately posts monthly housing assistance payments to landlord. • Responsible for the full Port In process. • Monitor appropriate billing of housing assistance payments and other fees to and from other public housing agencies for portability participants. • Terminates rental assistance to families, when appropriate, for failure to comply with program rules and regulations and conduct Informal Hearings. • Acts as mediator, when appropriate, in disputes between families and landlords. • Investigate general complaints from tenants, landlord, and the general public. • Maintains working knowledge of area resources. Establishes and maintains contact with other human services delivery agencies; informs and refers clients, as appropriate. • Ability to communicate effectively with attorneys. • Assists in researching, developing, maintaining and revising department forms, procedures, and control systems, as needed. • Pursues collection of monies owed by participant or terminated families under repayment agreements with JCHA. • Prepare and present briefing materials to new program participants in a classroom setting, when needed. • Follows Jefferson County Housing Authority (JCHA), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Colorado Division of Housing and all other necessary agency policies, procedures, rules and regulations, where applicable. Must have or acquire a working knowledge of all pertinent regulations applicable to the position within six months of date of hire. • Performs other duties as assigned

    Job Experience: • College Degree or 3 years of senior-level management experience in affordable housing or related field OR equivalent training, and experience • Excellent organizational, time management, and communication skills • Ability to use word processing applications and document management software • Strong interpersonal skills and adaptability Specific Skills or Knowledge requirements Skills • Ability to lead, motivate, and supervise management staff who have specialized knowledge in their respective areas of responsibility. • Excellent written and oral communication skills; excellent presentation and public speaking skills • Strong interpersonal skills with the capability to be an effective mentor and leader for staff. • Knowledge and experience with strategic planning and tactical execution • Strong judgment, reasoning abilities, and decision-making skills • Ability to discuss complex issues in laymen's terms • Knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems, and attitudes of low-income or disadvantaged people and the associated community environment • General knowledge of methods used in negotiations, mediations, and settlement of opposing viewpointsChoice Voucher Program. • Requires strong skills in organization, time management, initiative, and attention to detail. Must be able to deal with frequent interruptions and to successfully work with a variety of populations. • Requires excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills and the ability to exercise independent judgment and work with limited supervision. • Proficient in Microsoft Windows and must have or acquire a working knowledge of FRH tenant software (HMS Windows) within three month of date of hire.

    Salary: 95000

    Benefits: $90,000 - $95,000 per year

    Contact: Grace Walker grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-296

    Title: Property Manager X2

    Location: Golden, CO

    Description of Company: Not for profit multi family property management organization.

    Job Duties: • Day-to-day operations of the property including, work order requests, re-certifications, unit inspections and account management. • Provide a quality living environment for our residents. • Maintain the physical appearance and condition of the property with assistance from the maintenance team. • Maintain occupancy and rent revenues as budgeted. • Lease apartments by showing prospective residents apartment models and/or available apartments. • Inform prospective residents of availability of nearby schools, shopping malls, recreational facilities, and public transportation. • Collect security deposits as required and completes lease paperwork outlining conditions and terms of occupancy. • Collect all rents including delinquent rents. Maintain uncollected rents below 2-3%. • Investigate resident complaints and inspects vacated apartments to determine needed repairs or maintenance. • Direct and coordinate activities of maintenance staff engaged in repairing plumbing or electrical malfunctions, painting apartments or buildings, and performing landscaping or gardening work, or arranges for outside personnel to perform maintenance. • Resolve resident complaints concerning other residents or visitors. • Arrange for other site related services such as, extermination, or carpet cleaning and all the others. Some exclusions are carpet vendors, security and trash collections which go through the procurement at the Home Office

    Job Experience: • Experience with with tax credit or LIHTC property management. • At least 3 years of management.

    Salary: 52000

    Benefits: TEMP TO HIRE: This is a temporary to possible hire position, the hourly pay range is: 24-25 , based on experience. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT

    Contact: Grace Walker grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-253

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: Longmont

    Description of Company: National Property Management & Development Company

    Job Duties: Duties to include: • Responsible for all activities related to apartment rentals for this beautiful ranch style community • Handle move-ins and renewals • Generating and handling potential tenant traffic • Showing and leasing apartments • Qualifying prospects • Preparing lease documentation and completing move-in procedures in accordance with the company’s and community’s established policies and procedures * Please note that Compensation and Benefits are set by our clients and Real Estate Personnel cannot be held responsible for any changes in benefits or final compensation offered for a position. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (“HFWA”).

    Job Experience: • Apartment leasing experience preferred • May consider a trainee with strong customer service and sales experience • Must possess excellent communication skills and should have great sales and marketing skills. • Adaptability, reliability and flexibility a must • Previous office knowledge required. • Candidate should have strong work ethic and be dependable. • Candidate may need to pass a pre-employment drug screen.

    Salary: 16

    Benefits: This temporary position pay range is $15- $16, per hour, Based on experience. This is a short term assignment. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (H

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-247

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: Broomfield

    Description of Company: National apartment property managememt company.

    Job Duties: Working in the office, assisting residents, answering phone calls, touring the property, working closely with the property manager on other assigned tasks.

    Job Experience: Previous leasing experience preferred. Must have strong administrative and customer service skills

    Salary: 17

    Benefits: 16-17 BOE, Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA)

    Contact: Makenzie Lewis makenzie@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-242

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: SE Denver

    Description of Company: Prestigious Colorado Property Management Company

    Job Duties: Meet and greet prospective residents and vendors in a professional and enthusiastic manner. Qualify clients by determining his or her needs, eligibility, and desirability; Utilize telephone and leasing techniques designated by the Company, always conforming to Fair Housing regulations; properly record information regarding prospective resident visits on guest cards and follow up on qualified traffic that does not lease. Tour apartment community and vacant apartments with clients and have specific and current knowledge of apartment specifications, vacancies, notices, and rental rates. Responsible for having a thorough understanding of features and benefits provided by the subject community as well as comparable communities in the area and be able to convert this knowledge into a selling benefit for the subject community. Responsible for having a thorough knowledge of the surrounding area, schools, shopping, bus lines, and any other pertinent neighborhood information. Responsible for having a thorough understanding of application criteria, lease paperwork, rent collection, and move-in/move-out procedures and be able to explain these items to existing and prospective residents. Review applications prior to submitting to Property Manager for approval; Type all necessary lease paperwork and inspect apartment prior to move-in; Type and mail denial letters to unapproved applicants; Ensure lease file checklists are completed in full. Collect and store all deposits, fees and rents according to Company policies and procedures. Assist the Property Manager and Assistant Manager in implementing the marketing and leasing plan for the subject community. Ensure the model and target apartments are ready for show on a daily basis. Maintain work areas and office in clean and orderly manner; inspect the models, vacant apartments, grounds and amenities on a regular basis and report any deficiencies to Property Manager. Prepare, maintain and submit all administrative forms, files and reports in an accurate, organized, and punctual manner. Maintain contact with business and locator services, as well as perform off-site marketing visits. Respond to all resident requests and concerns in an efficient and courteous manner. Maintain a positive attitude, professional appearance and courteous disposition at all times. Promptly report unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding residents, personnel or the property to the Property Manager. Fully understand and comply with Company policies and procedures.

    Job Experience: Bi-Lingual required to be considered for the permanent role, not required for temp position. 1-2 years of apartment leasing or sales and/or customer service experience preferred. Professional verbal and written communication skills. Able to professionally interact with customers, residents and guests, as needed. YARDI experience preferred .

    Salary: 19

    Benefits: 16-19 BOE Rent Discount Medical, Dental, Vision, Echelon Apartment Discounts, Sick/Vacation/Holiday time, and 401K Retirement,

    Contact: Christina Birch christina@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-231

    Title: Bilingual Assistant Community Manager

    Location: Boulder

    Description of Company: Affordable housing provider of quality, affordable housing

    Job Duties: The responsibilities of the Assistant Community Manager include: • Interpret for Spanish speaking clients • Ensure accuracy while posting rents, entering payments, and monitor, process demands • Generate required financial reports • Assist Community Manager in ensuring all aspects of the property run smoothly while following the company's protocol as well as all local, state and federal guidelines. If hired as a permanent employee, estimated benefits and commissions may include: PTO, health, dental and vision insurance and more. Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position.

    Job Experience: Our client, an Affordable Property Management company, is seeking a Bilingual Assistant Community Manager. Candidate should be highly organized, professional, friendly, helpful and team oriented. Tax credit and affordable housing knowledge needed. • Bilingual in both English and Spanish (ability to speak, read and write in both languages) • Strong customer service experience • Valid Driver's license and acceptable driving record • Yardi software helpful • Ability to shift focus, as needed, to address pressing matters • Ability to make rational decisions even while waiting for full details on any given situation • Experience with account receivables and basic bookeeping Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (“HFWA”).

    Salary: 58240

    Benefits: This is a temporary to possible hire position, the hourly pay range is: $21-28, BOE. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA)

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-215

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: Loveland

    Description of Company: National owner managed property management company with apartment, industrial and retail properties.

    Job Duties: Responsible for generating foot traffic. Following up with leads and messages from night before Follow up on all lead inquiries through email, app, and other systems. Standing up to greet each person who enters the leasing office. Taking potential residents on tours Answering phone and taking messages. Assist guests with all paperwork Manage move-ins, and and move-outs, post notices as needed. Assist with renewals. Create work orders Collect rent, submit fines and late fees. Collect all incoming mail/packages Monitor all incoming or outgoing packages for residents and safety of mail delivery. Walk and 'sparkle' ready apartments to make them presentable at all times. Assist Vendors with checking in and paperwork or rooms that they made need access to. Follow all Fair Housing Regulations Be willing to take regular training and coaching as needed. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (“HFWA”).

    Job Experience: Professional, polished and friendly/outgoing demeanor with a team spirit. Must have Leasing Experience Must have Yardi Software knowledge Customer Service focused Strong Computer literacy (Word, Excel, E-Mail, Internet) Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position.

    Salary: 17

    Benefits: 15-17 BOE This is a temporary to potential hire position Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT .

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-196

    Title: Lease Up

    Location: Denver Downtown n

    Description of Company: Residential Management, Development, and Construction171

    Job Duties: Answering phone calls, scheduling tours, assisting residents in the office, touring the property as needed, and other duties as assigned Following up with tenants and potential tenants for lease up

    Job Experience: Our client, a brand new LEASE UP building in Downtown Denver, is seeking a great leasing agent to assist with all administrative and leasing work. Previous leasing or administrative experience is required. Leasing experience is highly preferred. Bi Lingual Spanish is highly preferred. ESL preferred Outstanding customer service experience. Good computer skills required.

    Salary: 18

    Benefits: 16-18 BOE, Benefits are available in accordance with the HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA)

    Contact: Esther Mills Esther@RealtyJobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-125

    Title: Leasing Agent - Part Time

    Location: Arvada

    Description of Company: Colorado-Based Property Management Company in Specializing in Affordable Housing and Senior Living

    Job Duties: Plans and participates in marketing activities to attract prospective residents. Demonstrates apartment/community knowledge and communicates the features and benefits of the community with potential residents. Greets applicants, show vacant/model apartments and takes applications. Assists in the timely processing of applications. Assists the Community Manager with a number of on-going administrative functions of the community. Must be able to Multi- task. Provides excellent customer service to current and future residents.

    Job Experience: Previous leasing experience required Motivated and customer service oriented Must have good communication skills and energetic personality Computer proficiency is required (including proficient knowledge of Outlook, Excel, and Word) Tax credit housing experience is a plus Reliable transportation required Must be able to work weekends on occasion

    Salary: 17

    Benefits: 16 - 17 BOE Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA)

    Contact: Makenzie Lewis makenzie@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-120

    Title: Leasing

    Location: Brighton

    Description of Company: Colorado-Based Property Management Company in Specializing in Affordable Housing and Senior Living

    Job Duties: Mainly manning the phones and the doors. Showings and leasing. Heavy paperwork and filing experience will be necessary.

    Job Experience: Seeking an experienced Tax Credit Leasing Agent. Experience is required. Having strong customer service skills is very useful in this position. Candidate should be a 'take initiative' type, pro-active, and be able to follow instructions and work independently.

    Salary: 37440

    Benefits: This is a temporary to possible hire position, the hourly pay range is: $17-18, BOE. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA).

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-107

    Title: Office Manager

    Location: Colorado Springs

    Description of Company: An investment management company that specializes in the fields of small multifamily, office, and infill development.

    Job Duties: Responsibilities - Overseeing our real estate transactions from contract review to acceptance to closing, direct communication with title companies, lenders, and vendors during the process of a transaction - Serve as the point person for office duties including maintenance, office cleanliness, mailing, supplies, equipment, bills, and errands - Schedule meetings and appointments - Ensuring that vendors are on time, compliant with the contract, and that we have proper W9, insurance, and other documentation for them to perform work - Design better office procedures as necessary, create systems or checklists to ensure preventable mistakes happen with reduced frequency

    Job Experience: G Light Equity is an established yet growing real estate investment company that primarily focuses on buying off-market, small, multifamily properties in El Paso, Pueblo, and Teller counties. - Proven experience, minimum preferably 3+ years, as an office manager or similar position at a real estate firm, title company, or something similar in the industry - Must have great attention to detail - Must have experience supervising personnel - Must have confidence and an ability to proactively seek assistance when needed - Experience with working with real estate transactions is a requirement - Knowledge of office administrator responsibilities, systems, and procedures - Proficiency in MS Office (MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Outlook in particular) - Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and self-prioritize work - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Strong organizational and planning skills in a fast-paced, start-up environment - A creative mind with an ability to suggest improvements - The ability to celebrate and learn from mistakes

    Salary: 49920

    Benefits: 24-25 BOE TEMP TO HIRE: This is a temporary to possible hire position, the hourly pay range is: 24-25 , based on experience. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPL

    Contact: Grace Walker grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-46

    Title: Leasing/Front Desk

    Location: Downtown

    Description of Company: A dedicated nonprofit has supported and empowered America's most vulnerable groups, including veterans, at-risk youth, the frail elderly, men and women.

    Job Duties: Assist with all administrative and leasing duties. Pulling candidate from the waitlist, Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position. Benefits are available in accordance with THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT

    Job Experience: Reliable, team player. Experience would be nice

    Salary: 17

    Benefits: $15-$17 BOE,Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HF

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-28

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: Denver

    Description of Company: Prestigious Colorado Property Management Company

    Job Duties: Greets and tours prospective residents, explain qualifications and qualify all prospective residents, and prepare and maintain all leasing files. Understands the community, specials and floor plans and maintains waiting lists of prospective residents; responsible for knowing the status of vacant units; inspection of all pre-leased apartments and securing lease renewals.

    Job Experience: High School or GED (General Education Diploma) Previous leasing experience a plus Someone who can write and speak in Spanish preferred Excellent organizational skills and customer service mindset Strong computer technology skills with basic knowledge of MS Office Suite Yardi/Yardi Voyager experience a plus A valid driver’s license may be required A positive, motivating and team-oriented attitude A desire to exceed in a very competitive environment

    Salary: 18

    Benefits: 16-18 Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT .

    Contact: Christina Birch christina@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT05-22-21

    Title: Housing Quality Inspector/Scheduler

    Location: Wheat Ridge

    Description of Company: Not for profit multi family property management organization.

    Job Duties: 1. Schedules all Housing Quality Standards inspections to include annual, initial, and special inspections. 2. Mails out all inspection-related correspondence to include appointments, no show, and abatement notices. 3. Communicate via email with tenants and landlords regarding the status of inspections. 4. Performs data entry of inspection results into HUD 52580 and prepares inspection booklet for tenant files. 5. Pre-screens units for rent reasonableness in accordance with FRH policies. 6. Assigns and schedules initial inspections upon receipt of approved RTA. 7. Tracks all inspections to ensure the timeframe for completion and deadlines are met. 8. Prepares monthly reports of all inspection activities. 9. Performs other related works as assigned if applicable to inspections.• May provide back up for the Receptionist for lunch and time off. • Assembles verified income, household information, and maintains active participant files in accordance with the policies and procedures of FRH and HUD’s rules and regulations. • Assists with maintaining and update archive files, as needed. • Ability to prepare reports and meet strict deadlines. • Enters program participant household and income information in database accurately and in a timely manner. • Determines need for interim rent changes and completes all established and required processing procedures. • May occasionally inspect units, evaluates units for occupancy to determine if the units meet with Housing Quality Standards, the reasonableness of rent charged, and negotiates rent amounts with owners as needed or when inspector is not available. • Conducts leasing of families and initiates contracts between the owner and the housing authority. • Verifies a lease is executed between the landlord and the tenant. • Processes landlord payments in a timely and efficient manner. • Maintains working knowledge of program requirements and HUD rules for effective maintenance of programs. • Prepares and accurately posts monthly housing assistance payments to landlord. • Responsible for the full Port In process. • Monitor appropriate billing of housing assistance payments and other fees to and from other public housing agencies for portability participants. • Terminates rental assistance to families, when appropriate, for failure to comply with program rules and regulations and conduct Informal Hearings. • Acts as mediator, when appropriate, in disputes between families and landlords. • Investigate general complaints from tenants, landlord, and the general public. • Maintains working knowledge of area resources. Establishes and maintains contact with other human services delivery agencies; informs and refers clients, as appropriate. • Ability to communicate effectively with attorneys. • Assists in researching, developing, maintaining and revising department forms, procedures, and control systems, as needed. • Pursues collection of monies owed by participant or terminated families under repayment agreements with JCHA. • Prepare and present briefing materials to new program participants in a classroom setting, when needed. • Follows Jefferson County Housing Authority (JCHA), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Colorado Division of Housing and all other necessary agency policies, procedures, rules and regulations, where applicable. Must have or acquire a working knowledge of all pertinent regulations applicable to the position within six months of date of hire. • Performs other duties as assigned

    Job Experience: 1. Possession of valid State of Colorado driver’s license. 2. Ability to be covered under the Housing Authority’s general liability insurance. 3. Ability to be insured by Agency’s vehicle insurance carrier. 4. Certified HQS Inspector through a professional housing organization. 5. Working conditions require that person be mobile enough to drive within the boundaries of Jefferson County, sit, stand, and walk up and down stairs and throughout buildings to access the property for completion of inspections.Choice Voucher Program. 1. Proper public contact and telephone etiquette 2. Jefferson County geographic area 3. Basic mathematical principles 4. Operating a variety of office equipment including calculators, tablets, computers, facsimile machines and photocopiers 5. Interpret and explain HCV program rules, regulations, and requirements as pertains to inspections 6. Learn pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and ordinances 7. Prepare clear and concise reports 8. Adapt to a variety of work situations and interruptions 9. Type at a speed necessary for successful job performance 10. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work

    Salary: 45760

    Benefits: 22.00, medical, dental, vision and life insurance. Paid time off includes 12 holidays vaca

    Contact: Grace Walker grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-325

    Title: Leasing/Assistant Manager

    Location: Westminster

    Description of Company: A dedicated nonprofit has supported and empowered America's most vulnerable groups, including veterans, at-risk youth, the frail elderly, men and women.

    Job Duties: Greet and meet with prospective residents. Answer phones. Give tours of property and vacant units. Asset the Manager with administrative tasks. Follow up on leads for potential residents follow Fair Housing guidelines and company policies * Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT *Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position.

    Job Experience: Previous Leasing Experience required Some previous experience Tax Credit or Section 8 experience required Strong customer service skills. Excellent communication skills and phone etiquette. Organized and a self starter. Reliable vehicle and Driver license ideal HUD experience is a HUGE plus.

    Salary: 39520

    Benefits: 16-19 hr BOE health, dental, 403B, pension, 9 paid holidays This is a temporary to possible hire. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HF

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-297

    Title: Assistant Property Manager

    Location: Denver, CO

    Description of Company: A dedicated nonprofit has supported and empowered America's most vulnerable groups, including veterans, at-risk youth, the frail elderly, men and women.

    Job Duties: Process applications by conducting applicant interviews Obtaining verifications as necessary Calculating income/assets/medical expenses and entering data into the property management software. Execute applicant lease documents in accordance with property's policy and procedure. Assists in processing recertification's and interim- recertification's. Maintains applicant waitlist and resident files in accordance with program regulations. Monitoring the property and resolve minor issues and escalate more serious issues in the absence of the Property Manager Answer phones Professional communication both written and verbal Follow all Fair Housing regulations Meet and follow company standards and practices

    Job Experience: The ideal candidate has LIHTC experience. Must have a good attitude and be reliable. High school diploma or its equivalent and one-year administrative/clerical office experience. Knowledge of computer operations to include basic data entry. Must be able to communicate effectively and maintain good relations with residents and employee. Knowledge of Fair Housing Laws and state landlord rights and obligations. Knowledge of the HUD 202, Section 8 and Low Income Housing Tax Credit programs. Ability to communicate well. Good phone etiquette.

    Salary: 38000

    Benefits: This temporary position pay range is $15-$18, per hour, Based on experience. This is a short term assignment. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HF

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-292

    Title: Property Manager

    Location: Greeley

    Description of Company: Colorado-Based Multi Family Property Management Company

    Job Duties: • Run the day to day business, • Oversee and enhance financial growth-analyze financial statements and make necessary operating adjustments to improve the revenue stream and cost efficiency. • Oversee leasing and maintenance staff, team building/ motivation. • Marketing, resident retention, and resident relations. • Adhere to all local, state and federal laws and regulations. If hired as a permanent employee, estimated benefits and commissions may include: A full benefit package, including health, vision, dental, pto and an onsite rental discount. Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position. *REP is an equal opportunity employer and abides by all local, state and federal employment regulations and laws.

    Job Experience: A medium sized apartment community in beautiful Northern Colorado is seeking an experienced Apartment Community Manager! • Experienced Apartment Property Manager of conventional multifamily apartments. To be considered for this position, a candidate should have a minimum of 2 years experience, as a Property or Community Manager, at a conventional or market rate apartment community over 150 units. • Prefer previous experience on medium or large property. • Knowledge of Onesite helpful but not required. • MUST be a hands-on manager and be detail oriented. • Looking for a candidate willing to oversee all aspects of property including bookkeeping, leasing, maintenance, etc. • Must be willing to be a take charge manager and leader. • Must excel in tenant relations. • This can be an on-site opportunity or candidate should live within a 20-25 minutes commute time to respond to emergencies. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (“HFWA”).

    Salary: 65000

    Benefits: 55-65K if onsite (free apt) up to 65K if offsite. Onsite offered (lower range of pay), Health benefits

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-285

    Title: Leasing Agent LIHTC

    Location: Denver, CO

    Description of Company: A dedicated nonprofit has supported and empowered America's most vulnerable groups, including veterans, at-risk youth, the frail elderly, men and women.

    Job Duties: Process applications by conducting applicant interviews, obtaining verifications as necessary, calculating income/assets/medical expenses and entering data into the property management software. Execute applicant lease documents in accordance with property's policy and procedure. Assists in processing recertification's and interim- recertification's. Maintains applicant waitlist and resident files in accordance with program regulations. Monitoring the property and resolve minor issues and escalate more serious issues in the absence of the * Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT *Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position.

    Job Experience: The ideal candidate will have LIHTC experience. Must have a good attitude and be reliable. High school diploma or its equivalent and one-year administrative/clerical office experience. Knowledge of computer operations to include basic data entry. Must be able to communicate effectively and maintain good relations with residents and employee. Knowledge of Fair Housing Laws and state landlord rights and obligations. Knowledge of the HUD 202, Section 8 and Low Income Housing Tax Credit programs. Ability to communicate well. Good phone etiquette.

    Salary: 35360

    Benefits: pay range is $15-$17, per hour, Based on experience. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HF

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-284

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: Littleton, CO

    Description of Company: A national owner and manager of distinctive apartment communities.

    Job Duties: The Leasing Consultant is responsible for being a primary contact for residents and prospective residents by leasing apartments, coordinating resident activities and building and maintaining resident relations. MUST stand when anyone comes into the Leasing office and greet them with smile and hand shake.

    Job Experience: Previous leasing experience required. Yardi and CRM knowledge preferred. A strong background in customer service is extremely helpful, as is experience in sales although individuals with an excellent attitude and willingness to learn will be given consideration.

    Salary: 37440

    Benefits: 16-18 BOE Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA)

    Contact: Makenzie Lewis makenzie@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-282

    Title: Leasing/ Assistant Manager

    Location: Denver, CO

    Description of Company: Prestigious Colorado Property Management Company

    Job Duties: Financial Management Responsible for posting all payments and income received from all applicants, current residents, and non-current residents accurately, timely, and efficiently Responsible for processing and reconciling daily all account receivables Monitor and follow up on bad debt to include preparation of late notices, resident and guarantor contact, and filing evictions Responsible for helping property meet budgeted revenues, expenses, and Net Operating Income. Responsible for posting of all charges to resident and non-current resident accounts; to also include bill back of utilities where applicable Responsible for all end of the month closing procedures and reporting Maintain accurate and organized records; auditing resident files to ensure accurate records Responsible for walking units and posting all move-out charges, statements, and security deposit refunds Personnel Management Use consistent techniques & company directives to screen, hire, train, coach, and develop onsite staff Ensure effectiveness of staff through ongoing training, coaching, counseling, and guidance in compliance with Asset training benchmarks Promote harmony and quality job performance of staff through support and effective leadership Ensure staff compliance and consistency with Company policies and procedures Strategic Leasing Management Ensure staff leasing techniques are effective in obtaining closure, follow up procedures met, signing/documentation of leases, and reporting systems are accurate and up to date Implement marketing strategies & systems put in place by the annual marketing plan Deal with resident complaints, concerns, and requests to ensure resident satisfaction Develop and implement resident retention programs (i.e., resident functions, special promotions, monthly newsletter, etc.) Effectively show, lease, and move in prospective residents Administrative Management Manage excellent customer service and monitor service request turnaround and responsiveness of maintenance staff Maintain property appearance and ensure repairs are noted and completed on a timely basis (this requires regular property inspections and tours) Assist with supervision of all business functions related to operations Plan for and utilize property resources, equipment, and supplies economically (i.e., obtaining bids/pricing from vendors, suppliers, contractors, dealing with inadequate service, etc.)

    Job Experience: Yardi preferred, A strong background in customer service is extremely helpful, as is experience in sales although individuals with an excellent attitude and willingness to learn will be given consideration. Some weekend and early evenings shifts are required. MUST DRESS PROFESSIONAL, NO JEANS NO TSHIRTS, NO LEGGINGS, NO moon boots

    Salary: 21

    Benefits: 19-21 Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT .

    Contact: Christina Birch christina@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-66

    Title: Leasing Agent Part Time

    Location: Woodland

    Description of Company: A national apartment property management group.

    Job Duties: Leasing Consultants act as the community’s sales representative by greeting clients, presenting the features and benefits of their community, and properly securing lease agreements from qualified persons. • Collect a deposit and process future residents’ applications • Ensure the mode/target apartments are ready for show and maintain a clean work space • Maintain a thorough knowledge of lease terms, unit specifications, availability, current market conditions, and all community policies and ensure understanding of required application information, screening process, policies and procedures. • Utilize proper customer service and sales techniques • Maintain contact with all apartment locator services and local businesses to provide informational material • “Shop” surrounding or competing properties and conduct outreach marketing • Develop and maintain on-going resident retention programs • Create new move-in resident files and assist with the ongoing file maintenance • Report unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the property or residents • Handle resident requests and complaints courteously and efficiently • Maintain a professional appearance and conduct at all times Please note that compensation and benefits are set by our clients and REP can not be held responsible for changes or final amounts offered for the position. Benefits are available in accordance with THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES

    Job Experience: Apartment leasing experience strongly preferred but will consider entry level. • Strong communication skills both written and verbal • The ability to remain professional and courteous in a fast-paced working environment • Organized with attention to detail • Customer service experience preferred in a leasing role

    Salary: 16

    Benefits: This temporary position pay range is $16-17, per hour, Based on experience. This is a short term assignment. Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA

    Contact: Grace Walker grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT04-22-02

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: Littleton

    Description of Company: National Property Management & Development Company

    Job Duties: Meeting potential renters and guiding them on tours of available units Following up on leads for potential renters Performing background checks, credit checks and other responsibilities to see if prospective renters are qualified Preparing leasing documents for potential renters using property standards and regulations Handling the collection of rent payments, security deposits and application fees Keeping residents informed of any changes to rental agreements or upcoming property issues Building a rapport with current tenants to give them personalized service Keeping an eye on community facilities such as mailrooms, fitness centers and laundry rooms 'Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT' to the Benefit line at the line double check the property hours, I think this location is actually 9am-6pm? i could be wrong

    Job Experience: Experienced Leasing Agent, that can hit the ground running. Greeting guests. Answering telephones. Responding to resident requests. Reviewing availability with prospective tenants. Reviewing lease documentation with Residents. Collecting Rent. In putting work orders into Yardi. Showing apartments. Filing. Data Entry. Outbound marketing. Appointment scheduling. 'Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT' to the Benefit line at the line double check the property hours, I think this location is actually 9am-6pm? i could be wrong

    Salary: 37440

    Benefits: 17-18 BOE This is a temporary to hire position. 'Benefits are available in accordance with the THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT' to the Benefit line at the line double check the property hours,

    Contact: Joshua Pierce Josh@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT03-22-172

    Title: Assistant Property Manager (Affordable Housing)

    Location: Downtown, Denver

    Description of Company: Quality Affordable Housing Property Management Company

    Job Duties: Ensures property management software program up-to-date. Assists with the management of Fair Housing, Section 42 Tax Credit and/or HUD Section 8 Program compliance. Assists with the supervision of site personnel, including interviewing, hiring, training, staff team building and enforcement of company policies and procedures. Assists with staff scheduling, disciplinary recommendations, inventory control, report generation and resident relations. Conducts health and safety quality control inspections to detect possible violations of housing quality standards. Monitors and documents security events, maintenance issues and problematic visitor and resident behavior.

    Job Experience: Two years experience in affordable housing required. Bachelor’s degree in a real estate-related field strongly preferred. Knowledge of Section 42 Tax Credit, Section 8 Programs, and Equal Housing Opportunity laws. Knowledge of basic accounting principles. Able to pass automobile insurance carrier’s motor vehicle record investigation.

    Salary: 41000

    Benefits: $17 - $20 Perm + FULL BENEFITS Benefits are available in accordance with THE HEALTHY FAMILIES & WORKPLACES ACT (HFWA). If hired as a permanent employee, estimated benefits may include Medical, Den

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DD02-22-01

    Title: Staffing Assistant

    Location: DTC

    Description of Company: Growing personnel staffing and consulting service.

    Job Duties: VARIED DUTIES TO INCLUDE: Answer VOIP phone system to assist callers, determine their needs and transfer the calls to the appropriate staff member Directly assisting a senior recruiter with their daily recruiting efforts Covering the phones and reception area for the receptionist, if she is out which includes; greeting candidates, clients and vendors that come to the main office Administer training and tests Database input of resumes and create files Ensure accurate completion of I-9 and other application forms. Call candidates to schedule and confirm interviews Assist managers in various recruiting duties including calling candidates to present positions Assist in marketing efforts Maintain reception and kitchen areas and supplies as needed Assist payroll in collecting and processing time sheets Special projects as assigned This is a role where a candidate can rapidly advance, the advancement in this position is based on what the individual puts into the position, and the sky is the limit! EXCELLENT BENEFITS!!! Great medical Insurance, for individuals is only $40 per month, company pays the rest! Dental, Vision as well! Life Insurance and Long Term disability covered 100% by the company. Additional Aflac coverage offered including Cancer policy ,Hospital Stay coverage, Whole Life and Term Life Insurance,

    Job Experience: REP is currently seeking a STAFFING ASSISTANT and encourages entry level candidates that can multi- task, have computer skills that includes mid-to-fast typing speed, and that have attention to detail, to apply! This is an ENTRY level recruiting position and is an exciting opportunity for an individual that is interested in a career in recruiting, human resources or business. Will train candidates with strong interpersonal communications skills, the ability to multi-task, a willingness to learn, and a desire for a long term career opportunity, Must be professional and detail oriented with good typing skills and general computer ability Any real estate industry, apartment, brokerage, construction, title, mortgage or hotel industry related experience or training helpful Some college education helpful, High School Diploma is required Any staffing or recruiting industry helpful, but not required as this is an ENTRY level position Must be reliable, ethical and a team player.

    Salary: 31200

    Benefits: 15 to 16 + full benefits

    Contact: Lindy (Sara) Pierce sara@realtyjobs.com

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