Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 3:34 AM
Job Description STAFFWORKS Employment Solutions is currently seeking an experienced Assistant Community Manager for our client located on the E/SE side of Indianapolis. This is a temporary to direct opportunity. You have two options to register with STAFFWORKS! Please go to www.staffworksusa.com and click "Job Seekers Apply Here" . Once you have completed the online application at STAFFWORKS representative will contact you to schedule an interview. Contact the STAFFWORKS office (317.202.5000) to schedule a time in our office to complete the online application and interview Under the supervision of AMP Director, the Assistant Community Manager is responsible for the effective and efficient management of an affordable housing community. Effectively manage and coordinate staff, activities, and available resources in order to accomplish property objectives as set forth by the AMP Director and property owner. Also, responsible for assisting the AMP Director in maintaining the orderly flow of paperwork and the management of tenant services. Responsibilities include: Assisting in the formulation of budgets for each calendar year, in collaboration with the AMP Director, as well as managing spending to remain within the established budgetary limits throughout the year. Ensuring all rents are collected when due, and posting payments according to established procedures and time constraints. Making all bank deposits without delay and immediately submitting daily reports to the finance department. Enforcing lease agreements, conducting recertifications, and monitoring the maintenance of apartments, including all inspections and move-ins. Ensuring the safety and well-being of the community by conducting inspections of the property for cleanliness and curb appeal, along with promptly reporting all liability and property incidents to the AMP Director. Maintaining records on all aspects of management activity on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Submitting required reports to AMP Director and/or administrative office as requested, or required. Monitoring work performance of maintenance and other staff and regularly reporting findings to the AMP Director, along with delivering notices to residents regarding rent increases, evictions, changes in policies, inspections, exterminations, etc. Attending resident council meetings and other meetings in the absence of the AMP Director, as well as, preparing invoices for payment and approval by the AMP Director. Interviewing applicants and performing required verification activities according to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program, HUD 4350.3 Occupancy Handbook, Public Housing Program, and other federal subsidized housing programs. Maintaining all resident files in compliance with Section 42 LIHTC program, HUD 4350.3 Occupancy and Public Housing Program, and other federal subsidized housing programs, along with, enforcing occupancy policies and procedures by meeting with residents as needed. Will provide information and direction while addressing those in violation of policies or rules. Ensuring occupancy of communities, while welcoming tenants and showing property and explaining policies and regulations to prospective residents. Handling incoming calls from tenants, prospective residents, and completing appropriate paperwork. Providing indirect or direct supervision of office or maintenance staff. Other duties as required or assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Associate Degree or higher in Business Administration or related field of study along with two (2) years related experience in public housing with one (1) year in multi-family property management, or an equivalent combination of education and experience necessary to successfully perform the requirements of the job. Ability to operate a computer, typewriter, calculator, fax machine, and copier, or other office equipment. Must be able to successfully work with Microsoft Office products including Word and Excel and be able to learn and use all related and required property management software. Valid Indiana Driver’s license Must be a resident of, or willing to relocate to Marion County within six (6) months of employment. Company Description About Our Company: We are a fresh building block in the Staffing Arena providing Employment Solutions in Office Services, Light Industrial and Technical disciplines. Our focus is getting to know our employees and clients to determine the best employment solution.
• Location: Indianapolis
• Post ID: 33383172 indianapolis