Employment With Brothers Redevelopment
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We accept applications and CV’s to consider for future openings in the position of community manager at one of Brothers Property Management’s 14 affordable communities in the Denver Metro Area. Here is information about the position:
Position Title: Community Manager
Reports to: Area Property Manager/Director of Property Management
Job Classification: Exempt, Full-Time
The purpose of this position is to provide management direction, leadership, and oversight of day-to-day operations to ensure long-term viability of the properties assigned within the Brothers Property Management (BPM) Portfolio. This position requires independent judgment, timely management of deadlines as well as discretion in carrying out responsibilities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. General Property Management Responsibilities:
- Manage property operations within accordance of all Federal, State and Local Fair Housing laws;
- Monitors rent collection process and late payment reports according to policies and procedures;
- Conducts weekly building inspections;
- Reports building or site related problems to the maintenance department;
- Conducts inspections of housing units for cleanliness, maintenance needs and standards of occupancy at move-ins, annually, move-outs and as regulations require;
- Monitors and enforces lease violations; serves and follows-up on eviction notices;
- Assists with obtaining bids and overseeing capital projects as necessary;
- Overseeing and directing site personnel;
- Works with reasonable accommodation issues under Section 504 (ADA)
2. Occupancy Responsibilities:
- Maintains high occupancy level and low turn-over rate within established budgeted benchmarks.
- Certifies resident eligibility using federal, tax credit, and local program guidelines;
- Organizes and maintains resident files in the tenant file format established by BPM;
- Processes all certification functions;
- Tracks property data via property management software (Onesite);
- Collaborates with maintenance to minimize turnover delays and costs;
- Prepares move-out settlement statements and collections;
- Work within and maintain property waitlist to assure two applicants are prequalified at all times.
3. Financial Responsibilities:
- Performs complex calculations of assets and all sources of income for resident certifications, as necessary;
- Ensuring property delinquency is collected timely. Includes posting rent payments as received and handling rent deposits to bank;
- Assist with budget preparation and monitors site budget and informs Supervisor of any major variances or deviations;
- Processing all income invoices timely upon receipt, including coding and seeking approval as needed.
4. Compliance Reporting:
- Meet all Regulatory requirements & compliance for each managed site;
- Submit compliance reports on-time including monthly compliance reports and delinquency reports;
- Perform file pre-audits and file reviews with syndicators, partners, and lenders.
5. Office Management:
- Provides site presence and resource to residents by holding regular office hours on-site;
- Assist in obtaining service contracts for various items such as but not limited to; copiers, trash removal, laundry machine lease, snow removal, etc.
6. Customer Service:
- Communicate efficiently to public and co-workers and promptly addresses resident issues, requests and communications;
- Responsible for resident newsletters;
- Planning and coordinating community activities;
- Daily oversight of site staff
7. Other duties as assigned, including but not limited to:
- Required to travel from property to property regularly for meetings, trainings, etc. within the Denver Metro area.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Personal: Must be able to follow directions, provide excellence customer service, display respect and professionalism at all times. Must be able to work independently or as part of a team when required.
Equipment: Must be able to handle general office equipment (fax, computer, copier) and mobile phone.
Physical: Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, walk up and down stairs, stand, sit, lay for extended periods of time.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Minimum of 2 years of experience working in the property management industry, with affordable housing experience preferred (project based section-8, tax-credit, public housing, etc.).
- Hold Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) certificate or equivalent housing knowledge certificates.
- Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) or Certified Property Manager (CPM) preferred.
- Experience with property management software – preferably Realpage Onesite
- Strong communication and organizational skills, problem solving and decision making ability.
- Must possess advanced technical knowledge of Property Management systems, including financial skills, operational skills and managerial skills. Must be familiar with and able to interpret federal regulations.
- Must hold a valid state of Colorado driver’s license, insurance, and reliable transportation.
Interested contractors should provide at least four references from clients from the last three year and current W-9 documentation. For more information on opportunities with Brothers’ housing-rehabilitation programs and how to apply, call: HMR Manager Jason McCullough, 303-726-9331, firstname.lastname@example.org.