Join a team with over 50 years of success in the real estate industry! Lincoln Property Company is currently hiring for an experienced Assistant Vice President to oversee the management and profitability of a diverse portfolio which may include stabilized as well as high-end new construction lease up communities. Join us!
Founded in 1965, Lincoln Property Company is one of the largest and most diversified property management companies in the United States. Lincoln maintains a presence in more than 200 cities across the U. S. Our mission is to be a company for people, a company about people.
The Assistant Vice President has overall management responsibility for the operating performance of all properties and key personnel within a specified region. The Assistant Regional Vice President reports directly to the Regional Vice President and has the following primary tasks:
Work directly with upper management, Executive Vice Presidents (EVP), Owners, and support staff to achieve budgeted expectations.
Work through Regional Property managers and support staff to meet occupancy, budget, and profit standards at each property.
Provide support to the Regional Property Managers in interviewing, hiring, developing and assessing personnel throughout the region to continually enhance the company's number one resource, its people.
The following provides a detailed summary of the responsibilities and assignments are bestowed upon the Assistant Regional Vice President:
Continually seek new opportunities to maximize the operating efficiency and profitability of each asset within the region.
Develop annual operating budgets in conjunction with owner/management objectives and the Asset Business Plan.
Work as a liaison between the Owner and management staff to provide positive direction to realize Owner/EVP objectives.
Review and analyze monthly operating and variance reports prior to forwarding information to various EVP/Owners to ensure a concise written explanation of variances, results and course of action.
Regularly communicate and monitor progress of RPM' in achieving asset objectives.
Conduct regular staff meetings to review operations, occupancy, performance, staffing, and related issues/concerns. Review weekly management reports and monthly comparable surveys to ensure maximum competitiveness and profitability. Approve rental rate adjustments and/or concessions that conflict with budget objectives.
Consult with Regional Maintenance Director to monitor purchasing and delivery arrangements to ensure each property receives the most cost effective prices for price for repair/replacement items and delivery. Authorize all contracts for the region and supply/repair expenditures in excess of $5000.
Conduct periodic inspections of all properties in the region with the respective Regional Property Manager. Conduct quarterly managers meetings to review operating performance, discuss management objectives, provide direction, and build team morale. Conduct annual review of key personnel and recommend salary adjustments that are in compliance with the budget.
Implement steps to consistently improve communication between EVP/Owner and management in order to strengthen on-going relationships. Provide consistent reporting on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis that meets the needs of EVPs/Owners. The Assistant VP looks at each existing asset through the eyes of the respective EVP/Owner and in doing so, actively pursues all available methods of achieving target objectives.
Continually seek new management opportunities through existing relationships as well as newly developed contacts to increase gross and net operating proceeds for the region and company without sacrifice to the existing operations and/or relationships.
Develop and train key personnel to improve the production and profitability level of the company. Provide leadership in a fair and consistent manner that enhances the ability, integrity, and morale of all personnel within the organization.
Field calls from residents. Authorize policy exceptions as circumstances dictate.
Conduct and enforce business operations within the guidelines established by Lincoln Property Company policies and procedures.
The Assistant Vice President has overall management responsibility for the operating performance of all properties and key personnel within a specified region. The following qualifications must be met before consideration of the position of Assistant Vice President:
Must have supervisory experience in property management
Proficiency in verbal/written communications
Proficiency in math
High School Education or equivalent required. College hours and Industry Certifications preferred
Must have valid driver's license
High Rise, Lease up & New construction experience required
CPM or CPM candidate preferred
5 years minimum experience in a multi-site supervisory role