Asset/Property Management, Corporate/Facilities Management, Low Income Housing Tax Credit
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Property Manager is responsible for assisting in the development of policies and programs for the property and for assuring their effective implementation. Such policies will encompass the well being of residents, the operation and maintenance of the physical plant, resident and community relations, and compliance with all applicable financial and regulatory requirements. The Property Manager supervises all on-site employees and contractors.
The Property Manager may sign tenant occupancy agreements, tenant-related subsidy documents, and monthly vouchers, but shall not sign contracts for services to the property.
Sensitivity and understanding regarding the needs of residents
Expertise in communication, employee supervision, housing management, information systems, and management accounting
Ability to work with persons of diverse backgrounds
Ability to work and exercise sound judgment under pressure
SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Specific duties include, but are not limited to the following:
Occupancy: Affirmative marketing as needed; maintain and update the waiting list; provide orientation for new residents; enforce terms of the occupancy agreement.
Maintenance: Supervise and work with Maintenance Supervisor, where applicable, to ensure that preventive, routine, and emergency maintenance programs are carried out; review and approve maintenance purchasing, inventory and contracts; regularly inspect property; inspect and approve readiness of turnover units; maintain records of maintenance activity.
Financial: Process and deposit rent payments; monitor accounts payable to address delinquent rent balances; prepare and submit monthly subsidy vouchers; process payables; timely submission of all required financial reports; review monthly financial reports to ensure compliance with budget goals; prepare month end reports; provide and present a financial overview and management report for the Board of Directors.
Administration: Maintain business and resident records and files; assist with preparation of the annual operating budget; maintain working relationship with regulatory agencies; submit required reports to appropriate regulatory agencies.
Staffing: Advertise, interview, and with prior approval hire staff; supervise and assist staff in prioritizing and scheduling personnel records and submit required reports to the main office, perform annual performance evaluations, and recommend promotion or discharge where appropriate.
Resident Services and Community Relations: Supervise and work with Resident Services Coordinator, where applicable, to oversee use of community space, activity programs, volunteer programs and resident services coordination; foster constructive relations with the surrounding community and service providers.
Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) or Minimum of three consecutive years experience as property manager managing 50+ units.
Minimum of one year managerial and /or marketing experience (preferably in rental housing).
Familiarity with HUD and LIHTC (if applicable) regulations, and ability to understand their complexity and put into practice.
Positive attitude, energetic, assertive, and capable role model for subordinates.
Demonstrated integrity on personal as well as professional level.
Exceptional organizational and communication skills; basic computer and management accounting skills; willingness to learn new hardware and software.
Valid driver’s license, ability to access all areas of the property on a regular basis or during power failure, fire, or other emergency.
Ability to interact with a wide range of people and ability to solve problems involving residents, personnel, emergency situations, etc. with diplomacy.
Ability to answer and conduct business over the phone.
Ability to visually inspect property at close level of detail.
This job description is not designed to be an exhaustive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Rogerson Communities is an equal employment opportunity employer.
About Rogerson Communities
Rogerson Communities has been providing housing and health care for elders and low-income individuals and families since it was founded in 1860.Today, we serve over 1,700 Greater Boston families through 28 facilities and programs — providing greater independence and longevity to a diversity of individuals.
Our mission is to alleviate greater Boston’s housing crisis by raising public awareness, influencing housing policy, building properties to meet the accelerating need, and partnering with other nonprofit entities to develop and implement effective housing strategies.