• Administrative
  • Contract
A Housing Commission in Pensacola is in need of a full-time Assistant Property Manager to join their team. This position is responsible for the overall management of property operations. Check out the description below to see if this position sounds like a great fit for you!

You Enjoy:


*GENERAL ADMINISTRATION:
*Maintaining property office in a neat, orderly and businesslike manner always.
*Addressing resident and community concerns in a professional manner.
*Maintaining up to date, accurate business files and recording keeping systems of all residents and external communication.
*Preparing reports, memos, letters and electronic communication to accurately communicate progress and needs of property to maintenance/grounds and Senior Property Manager.
*Complete and submit incident reports for all events that may involve injury or damage.
*Answering the company issued radio/phone and respond to messages within 15 minutes.
*Adhering to AHC Policy on dress code prior to commencing work and enforcing and encouraging their staff to also adhere to the policy.
*TENANCY:
*Collecting rent and maintaining computer records.
*Following up with delinquent accounts and pursuing collections.
*Processing rent adjustments in accordance with HUD regulations and PHA policies, including obtaining verifications and entering all information into the computer.
*Maintaining tenant files and related documentation regarding continuing eligibility.
*Ensuring a 0% backlog of tenant recertification and maintaining an error rate of 0%. Showing vacant apartments utilizing professional marketing procedures and maintaining a high level of continued occupancy.
*Sending and posting all notices regarding compliance to residents when a violation occurs.
*Assessing, recommending and/or initiating lease termination actions. Attending the lease termination conferences and informal hearings. Presenting PHA’s case for fair housing hearings and in court settings.
*Preparing and submitting occupancy reports and being prepared to implement recommendations for improvement.
*FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:
*Completing daily deposits.
*Collecting and making daily deposits ready for pick-up.
*GENERAL REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE:
*Maintaining records of status of units and monitor preparation of all vacant apartments for rental, to ensure that all vacant units are ready for occupancy within 10 days of move-out.
*Logging all resident complaints.
*Posting charges associated with work orders, late charges, etc. by entering them in the computer and generating notices for residents.
*Overseeing annual Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS) inspections and conduct move-in/move-out inspections with maintenance, housekeeping and grounds inspections.
*Ensuring security by communicating with maintenance, security personnel, and local law enforcement.
*TENANT RELOCATION:
*Counseling residents who are not complying with terms of the lease, including delinquent payments and refer them to the Director of Social Services.
*Maintaining liaison with the Director of Social Services to assist with residents’ activities, addressing specific problems, planning meetings and/or supporting activities.
*Resolving conflicts and complaints with residents concerning PHA actions or failure to act, if possible, to avoid grievances.
*Attending resident meetings with invited by tenant leadership and speaking when appropriate.

You Are:


*A Leader: providing direction by clearly and effectively setting course of action for the department and subordinates and managing performance by providing regular feedback and reinforcement to subordinates.
*Committed: setting high standards of performance, pursuing aggressive goals and working hard/smart to achieve those goals, striving for results and success and persisting despite obstacles and opposition.
*A Communicator: ensuring important information that is passed to those who need to know, conveying necessary information clearly and effectively orally or in writing.
*Responsive and Accountable: demonstrating a high level of conscientiousness and holding oneself personally responsible for one’s own work.

You Have:


*An Associate’s Degree in the related field; or three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in Public Housing Management, Finance, Housing, Case Management, Planning, or a related field; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
*Knowledge of HUD regulations and PHA policies and procedures.
*Knowledge of laws and standards that apply to property management, such as Fair Housing laws, landlord/tenant law, REAC standards, local and state building and safety codes.
*Basic knowledge of building maintenance, fire prevention and liability reduction principles.
*Knowledge of the operation of the PHA’s computer system and hardware.
*The ability to procure goods and services in accordance with PHA policies and in keeping with the property operating budget.
*The ability to read, interpret, and analyze HUD regulations, PHA policies and guidelines to making sound decisions.
*Strong computer skills – MS Word, MS Excel.
*Physical Requirements: the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, walk and talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
*A valid driver’s license.
*Must obtain a certification as a Public Housing Manager (PHM) within twelve (12) months of employment (PM only).

Compensation and Schedule:


*This position is full-time and pays $12. 02/Hour.
*Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.

Assignment Type:

This assignment is considered Contract-to-Direct, meaning you will remain on Landrum’s payroll for at least 15 weeks. Once the 15 weeks is over, your employer can elect to bring you onto their payroll or extend the assignment out longer through Landrum. Does this job sound like a perfect match for your personality, skills and previous experience? Apply today! If selected to continue to the next step in the hiring process, an HR Specialist will contact you.

Company: LandrumHR

Date Posted: 12/5/2018