Real Estate Personnel: Apartment Managers & Leasing

  • Denver Apartment Managers & Leasing Jobs
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    Denver Real Estate Jobs: Apartment Managers & Leasing

    Order #: DT02-20-168

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: Northglenn

    Description of Company: Multi-state property management company managing nearly 25+ communities and over 6K homes.

    Job Duties: will be first point of contact, assisting with phone calls, tenant questions, taking notes.

    Job Experience: Leasing and / or administrative experience preferred, someone who is proactive, professional

    Salary: 15

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DD02-20-16

    Title: Assistant Property Manager

    Location: Denver

    Description of Company: National property management and investment firm with a focus in student and high end housing

    Job Duties: Assist Community Manager will assist the manager with the running and operating of a busy, multifamily community.

    Job Experience: Assistant manager experience, renewals, bookkeeping, tenant and vendor relations experience ideal.

    Salary: 37440

    Contact: Makenzie Lewis makenzie@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT02-20-139

    Title: Accountant Technician

    Location: Golden or Arvada

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

    Job Duties: •Records and prepares the rent receipts and bank deposit slips against the monthly rent rolls noting any deviations to include related journal entries. This will include audit entries, end of month, year-end and reconcile Accounts Receivables entries on a quarterly basis. •Prepare payroll related journal entries and reconcile payroll and benefit liability balance sheet accounts. •Reconciles bank statements on a monthly basis. Reconciles tenant security deposit accounts on a quarterly basis. The completed bank statements and security deposit reconciliations are given to the Controller for review. •Prepares and generates monthly and quarterly accounting reports. This includes the investment and bank summary information for the Board of Directors on a quarterly basis. •Assists with general ledger reconciliations as requested by the Controller. The Accountant Technician submits the finished reconciliations to the Controller for review. •General Ledger: •Prepares a variety of complex accounting journal entries, and statistical information. •Prepares complex balance sheet reconciliations, and income statement review. This includes the reconciliation, preparation of depreciation, and ensuring policies are met with fixed assets. •Prepares the financial statements of the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement for Controller review. •Assist and prepares in the creation of schedules and compilation of any material necessary for yearly financial audit. •Assist the Controller in the preparation of the year-end audit and any other audit related objectives. •Other projects/duties as assigned by the Controller. •Posts monthly escrow amounts for FSS and Home Ownership clients. •Prepare a monthly analysis of actual expenses to forecast to present to management. •Prepare and process construction draws to include lien waiver updates, cost to completion schedule for properties.

    Job Experience: • Bachelor's degree in accounting, audit or a closely related field of study. Business Administration degrees with an Accounting concentration are qualifying to include governmental accounting (advanced degree is desirable). • Four years of experience performing professional-level financial, operational competencies. Government or Housing Authority experience preferred. • Must possess a high level of accuracy and strong attention to detail. • Accounting schedules must be well organized, strong attention to detail, and be audit ready. • Demonstrated ability to work in a highly dynamic organization, able to effectively multitask in a fast paced environment, comfortable in a highly accountable organizational culture.

    Salary: 25

    Contact: Deysi Vazquez deysi@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT02-20-132

    Title: Assistant Property Manager

    Location: Denver

    Description of Company: National Affordable Housing Development Company

    Job Duties: Leasing apartments, touring the property answering phones, taking and writing up work orders, tenant relations, other projects and duties as assigned

    Job Experience: Must have previous Tax Credit experience, previous management experience strongly preferred

    Salary: 17

    Contact: Makenzie Lewis makenzie@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT02-20-120

    Title: Office Assistant

    Location: Aurora,

    Description of Company: National Affordable Housing Property Management Firm

    Job Duties: Answer phones, take messages, schedule appointments, help with re-certifications and documents

    Job Experience: Ideal candidate will be an individual who is willing and able to work alone. Must have previous Project Based Section 8 experience

    Salary: 15

    Contact: Makenzie Lewis makenzie@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DD02-20-11

    Title: Property Manager

    Location: Denver

    Description of Company: National property management and investment firm with a focus in student and high end housing

    Job Duties: Handles day to day operations of a midsized apartment community. Overseeing large scale property renovations, managing budgets, contractors, deadlines, inspections, etc. Managing maintenance and office staff. Reporting to corporate office as needed. 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 property management experience required. Experience with renovations preferred Strong budget experience strongly desired Apartment management software ability a plus Positive, “can do' attitude, professionalism, and high level of enthusiasm with strong customer service skills. Strong organizational and administrative abilities Thorough knowledge of Fair Housing laws.

    Salary: 55000

    Contact: Makenzie Lewis makenzie@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT02-20-107

    Title: Leasing Agent - Bilingual

    Location: Thornton

    Description of Company: Top-Level Apartment Property & Asset Management Company

    Job Duties: • 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

    Job Experience: Positive attitude, willingness to learn, reliable, professional attire. • 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 • Bilingual Spanish

    Salary: 16

    Contact: Andrea Laca Andrea@Realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT02-20-86

    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: Outgoing personality, Yardi helpful, leasing experience. 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: 16

    Contact: Deysi Vazquez deysi@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT02-20-50

    Title: Administrative Assistant

    Location: Longmont

    Description of Company: Affordable Housing Solutions

    Job Duties: Maintain reception desk, greet all participants and / or visitors to the office. Process paperwork, process rents, assist with processes to adjust rent as necessary and make required reports. This position assists and directly reports to the Director. Other duties as assigned.

    Job Experience: Experienced Executive Assistant or Administrative Professional. Candidate with LIHTC experience is highly desired but not required. Being bilingual Spanish/English in both written and oral format is helpful in this position. Ideal candidate is able to conduct business in professional manner and remain calm even when office is busy.

    Salary: 0

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT02-20-35

    Title: Property Manager

    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: 20

    Contact: Deysi Vazquez deysi@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT01-20-317

    Title: Lifestyle Director

    Location: Arvada, CO

    Description of Company: 

    Job Duties: The Director should be available to plan, coordinate and attend the various functions and trips; as well as purchase supplies, make bank deposits, preview entertainment and evaluate locations. He or she should also attend periodic meetings and conference with other professionals in the industry. The position of Lifestyle Director is not an 8-5 desk job. Many events are held on weekends, evenings and holidays. The success of the Lifestyle Director cannot be quantified in on-site desk hours, but rather in quality of the overall program, and the quantity and satisfaction of the residents participating in the community programs. Operations, Administration • Establish and implement office and general policies and procedures for activities. Develop and nurture a viable network of office volunteers. • Set up front desk operations--including creating an operations manual and establishing policies/procedures for: Opening and closing; emergency preparedness; room rentals; activity registration and participation. • Train staff on correct registration processes, room rentals and basic community program information. • Produce and follow an annual budget for activity income and expenses. Maintain accurate accounting records of all expenditures and revenue. Provide monthly financial reports for activities as part of the manager’s report. • Act as Purchasing Agent for recreational expenditures as well as supplies for group activities, community facilities, etc. • Establish a system for the sale of tickets to in-house and off-site events, including ticketing, collection and financial responsibilities. • Maintain the registration software data base, troubleshoot, enter events for registration, create and distribute monthly reports. • Oversee all Social Media • Coordinate room and event set up schedule. • Schedule rentals, including coordination of room set ups, outside vendors, entertainment and catering. • Create opportunities for the Community Association to generate revenue from rentals, programs, special events, tours, etc. • Set-up and manage all lifestyle vendors and payments. • Make deposits as necessary. Programming • Develop, promote and execute a full compliment of lifestyle activities for a variety of demographics, including families, adults, singles and baby boomers; including holiday events, shows, concerts, dances, potlucks, classes, speakers, day trips, travel excursions, cultural, health and education programs. • Oversee all scheduling for events, trips, meetings and group functions. • Oversee all scheduling of rooms and other recreation facilities. • Coordinate scheduling of Maintenance and Patrol staff during high usage time frames. • Develop and coordinate onsite sports and recreation activities for adults and children. • Recruit and manage instructors (paid and volunteer). • Oversee the setting up of tables, chairs and decorations, etc. for all activities. • Coordinate set-up and clean-up with maintenance staff. • Maintain a broad information pool of local entertainment venues, sightseeing locations, restaurants, sporting and cultural sights, acting as a community resource for residents. • Negotiate and sign contracts with entertainment, instructors, speakers, vendors and caterers. • Interact with craft, hobby and clubs to develop classes, seminars, activities and special events. • Serve as a resource for residents in party and meeting planning by providing room scheduling and event information, as well as catering and entertainment resources. • Develop promotional strategies for in-house and off-site events, to include writing articles, delegating job responsibilities, producing flyers, maintaining bulletin boards, and sign-up sheets. • Assist developer with marketing events Homeowner Education & Communications • Produce, edit, and distribute a monthly community newsletter; including articles, calendars and schedule of events (this may include writing and/or soliciting articles for past, current and future events; in addition to coordinating contributions from instructors, club and committee representatives). • Administer and update community website on a daily basis. • Produce and send regular broadcast emails to community to keep informed of activities, events and general information. • Produce and distribute all promotional flyers, announcements, emails, calendars, signage, banners, etc. • Facilitate daily interaction with residents to keep the community informed between newsletters and to provide a forum for information exchange between residents, between management and residents, and between the Board of Directors and residents. • Plan, coordinate and execute regularly scheduled resident orientations. Volunteer Management • Develop and nurture a viable network of homeowner volunteers. • Direct and/or chair homeowner committees responsible for programs, communications, website and room schedules. • Direct and/or chair all lifestyle groups and clubs for homeowners. Community Partnerships • Continue and improve upon the resident experience in the community. Work in partnership with Marketing and Sales personnel to ensure a consistent level of service to the residents and bring the vision of the developer to life. • Establish and nurture partnerships with local organizations and institutions that will benefit community association and its members. • Work with community sponsors to plan events, seminars, and web pages. • Work with advertisers and local businesses on packages and seminars.

    Job Experience: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: The Lifestyle Director should have the following skills and abilities: Event planning Website administration Newsletter Publications Community Affairs Public Relations Supervisory Experience, Including Staff Training, Development, Management Promotions Community Programming Volunteer Management Facility Start-Up/Operations Experience MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The Lifestyle Director must have strong communication and managerial skills, familiarity with recreation needs of the active adult community and the ability to meet those needs with an extensive agenda of activities. Must be able to manage an annual budget and be computer literate. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: First Aid/CPR/AED certified BA degree or higher from an accredited recreation program Journalism or newsletter publishing experience Accounting, Budgeting Experience

    Salary: 20

    Contact: Andrea Laca Andrea@Realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DD01-20-31

    Title: Yardi Application Support Specialist

    Location: Littleton, CO

    Description of Company: National Residential Property Management Group Of Owned and Operated Properties

    Job Duties: Yardi Application Support Specialist will be first line of contact between IT Support and Property Management operations. Essential duties will consist of assisting our on-site and corporate associates with performing their day to day functions within our property management systems. The applicant will act as the front-line internal support person to assist with all Yardi related issues. The applicant be responsible for the support and implementation of Yardi procedures and programs to accomplish objectives set forth by the company. • Full access Yardi Systems Support – analyze our current system, suggest modifications, escalate issues to Yardi support teams and monitoring ongoing Yardi support. • Learn all aspects of the property management industry and administration of Property Management software platforms (Yardi Suite, Rent Café, Blue Moon, CRM, and any other systems used within the organization). • Set up properties, users, and permissions, and manage the staffing changes on the Yardi, Rent Café and other operational systems. • Assist with system upgrades, implementations, and maintenance when required. • Manage helpdesk tickets to assist end-users with issues or knowledge requests. • Analyze requests to interpret solutions. • Provide timely responses in a professional, customer service-oriented fashion that resolves core issues as efficiently as possible. • Maintain an overall positive, helpful attitude when working with end-users. • Assist with troubleshooting resident ledgers. • Upload bank batches, ACH, Credit Card and WIPS transactions. • Process write-offs in resident ledgers. • Create and process resident letters and correspondence. • Upload collection information to our collection agency. • Process site rent increases. • Research payment issues. • Assist property teams with move ins, move outs, and lease issues.

    Job Experience: A successful candidate must be a self-starter who is able to handle a high level of volume both independently and as part of a team to support ongoing operations and meet all deadlines for special projects. • Hands-on Yardi Voyager experience within a property and/or asset management environment. • Proficient with Yardi Voyager, Voyager Plus (CRM) and Rent Café required. • Proficient with Microsoft Office 365 applications. • Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills. • Property management experience is a plus. Strong technical knowledge, problem solving abilities, and troubleshooting techniques are the keys to your success. The applicant will have an aptitude and interest in property management operations procedures and property management software systems including Yardi Voyager, Yardi Voyager Plus (CRM), Rent Café, and other operational systems. A thorough understanding of Yardi is required.

    Salary: 75000

    Contact: Deysi Vazquez deysi@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT01-20-214

    Title: Leasing Agent

    Location: SE Denver

    Description of Company: Prestigious Colorado Property Management Company

    Job Duties: work solo on weekends, tour prospects, complete all required documents for tours, answer phones, tenant relations, assist with compliance

    Job Experience: leasing and/or property management skills required, polished, outgoing, excellent people skills, must have strong phone presence.

    Salary: 16

    Contact: Tara Matta tara@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT01-20-127

    Title: Assistant Property Manager / Roving Leasing

    Location: Capitol Hill

    Description of Company: Established residential property management company.

    Job Duties: Will be roving to small historic apartment complexes in the Capitol Hill area to show units to new prospects Handling telephone inquiries and on-site traffic Showing “ready' apartments Closing the lease Completing all related paperwork and activities to ensure a timely move-in Tenant relations duties Renewing leases

    Job Experience: Apartment Leasing experience required Apartment management software ability a plus Excellent leasing, marketing and closing skills Positive, “can do' attitude, professionalism, and high level of enthusiasm with strong customer service skills. Strong organizational and administrative abilities Thorough knowledge of Fair Housing laws. Must have a valid Drivers License, Reliable Vehicle and Insurance, this is a roving position.

    Salary: 18

    Contact: Grace Rugh grace@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT01-20-42

    Title: Property Manager

    Location: Greeley

    Description of Company: Affordable Housing Property Management Company

    Job Duties: Must be able to demonstrate management skills regarding sales, marketing, and customer service, conflict resolution and be able to manage the day-to-day operation of an apartment community. Required to complete financial records, documents, and reports, increase sales revenues, and coordinate subordinate staff such as office and maintenance team to support company and community goals. Ability to ensure that the operation of the property complies with company policies and procedures Fair Housing, Americans with Disabilities Act. Fair Credit Reporting Act. and over government enforced regulations pertaining to Housing.

    Job Experience: Must have previous Property Management Experience have at least 2-4 years in Affordable Housing experience in a management role Demonstrated ability to read, write, and communicate effectively to comprehend and complete legal documents, sell and explain apartment features, and answer questions about the property’s operation. • Demonstrated proficiency in Internet, word processing, spreadsheet, and database management programs in order to complete required reports and employment documents. Strong proficiency in using property management software • Demonstrated mathematical skills necessary to add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers, decimals, and fractions, and calculate percentages in order to complete financial records, budgets, and other fiscal reporting information. • Demonstrated management and supervisory skills sufficient to hire, lead, direct, evaluate, and manage subordinate and team members, including maintenance specialists

    Salary: 21

    Contact: Kathryn Lantzy kathryn@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT11-19-222

    Title: Bilingual Leasing Agent x2

    Location: Gunbarrel

    Description of Company: Affordable Housing and Apartment Management Group

    Job Duties: Leasing Consultant is responsible for all activities related to apartment rentals, move-ins and renewals, including generating and handling traffic, 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. Handling telephone and on-site traffic, showing “ready” apartments, closing the lease, qualifying prospects, completing all related paperwork and activities as needed.

    Job Experience: Experienced leasing agent. 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, previous office experience required. Bilingual a plus.

    Salary: 19

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DT10-19-367

    Title: Bilingual Community Manager

    Location: Boulder

    Description of Company: Affordable Housing and Apartment Management Group

    Job Duties: Manages the day-to-day operations of an assigned property including managing the team members, daily activities, and resources of the property to achieve established budgeted financial and operational goals, and ensures that the operation of the property complies with Company policies and procedures, Fair Housing, Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and other laws and regulations governing multi-family housing operations. Must have at least 2-5 years with Affordable housing.

    Job Experience: Must have property managerial experience High School diploma, GED or an employment history that demonstrates the application of property management, sales, marketing, and customer service background sufficient to manage the day-to-day operation of an apartment community, resolve customer complaints and issues, complete financial records, documents, and reports, increase sales revenues, and coordinate the word of a team. Demonstrated ability to read, write, and communicate effectively to comprehend and complete legal documents, sell and explain apartment features, and answer questions about the property’s operation. • Demonstrated proficiency in Internet, word processing, spreadsheet, and database management programs in order to complete required reports and employment documents. Strong proficiency in using property management software • Demonstrated mathematical skills necessary to add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers, decimals, and fractions, and calculate percentages in order to complete financial records, budgets, and other fiscal reporting information. • Demonstrated management and supervisory skills sufficient to hire, lead, direct, evaluate, and manage subordinate and team members, including maintenance specialists

    Salary: 45000

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DD10-19-31

    Title: Administrative Assistant

    Location: Greenwood Village

    Description of Company: Local Commercial Property Management Group who specialize in Office and Retail management of local properties throughout South East Denver

    Job Duties: Position will assist with vendor relations, including contract negotiations. Responsibilities Ensure accurate entry of accounts payable into property management software Maintain positive tenant and vendor relations. Assist with monthly and quarterly financial reporting Assist with monthly Tenant Statements Assist with the preparation of monthly executive summaries Assist with analyzing and implementing the annual budgets Assist with operating expense reconciliation and adjustments Assist with commercial budget compliance Assist with operating the building efficiently (i.e. implement cost savings measures, etc.) Assist in bidding out and negotiating reduction in vendor contracts Actively...

    Job Experience: Previous office skills required. • Experience in the Commercial Property Management ideal. • Possess good organizational skills, ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks • Completes work accurately and efficiently • Working experience with MS Word, Excel and Outlook • Strong Customer Service Skills (phone, email, in person) • Professional and treats others with respect and consideration • Attendance and punctuality are extremely important • Reliable and dependable. • Responds to management direction and completes projects on time. • Self starter and can work well with limited supervision

    Salary: 41500

    Contact: Tara Matta tara@realtyjobs.com

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    Order #: DD09-19-02

    Title: Community Manager LIHTC

    Location: Boulder

    Description of Company: Affordable Housing and Apartment Management Group

    Job Duties: Manages the day-to-day operations of an assigned property including managing the team members, daily activities, and resources of the property to achieve established budgeted financial and operational goals, and ensures that the operation of the property complies with Company policies and procedures, Fair Housing, Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and other laws and regulations governing multi-family housing operations. Must have at least 2-5 years with Affordable housing.

    Job Experience: Must have property managerial experience High School diploma, GED or an employment history that demonstrates the application of property management, sales, marketing, and customer service background sufficient to manage the day-to-day operation of an apartment community, resolve customer complaints and issues, complete financial records, documents, and reports, increase sales revenues, and coordinate the word of a team. Demonstrated ability to read, write, and communicate effectively to comprehend and complete legal documents, sell and explain apartment features, and answer questions about the property’s operation. • Demonstrated proficiency in Internet, word processing, spreadsheet, and database management programs in order to complete required reports and employment documents. Strong proficiency in using property management software • Demonstrated mathematical skills necessary to add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers, decimals, and fractions, and calculate percentages in order to complete financial records, budgets, and other fiscal reporting information. • Demonstrated management and supervisory skills sufficient to hire, lead, direct, evaluate, and manage subordinate and team members, including maintenance specialists

    Salary: 45000

    Contact: Whitney Nobles whitney@realtyjobs.com

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