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Property Manager ca1541

Absolute Property Sourcing
Del Mar, California, 92014, United States
$42k- $50k
November 30, 2016

The Property Manager is responsible for the managing operations and maximizing financial value of an assigned medium sized apartment community (generally 280 to 439 units). This position oversees personnel, marketing, leasing, collections, resident relations, resident retention, customer service, community maintenance, contracted services, capital improvements, administration, reporting, community and employee safety, and legal compliance. This includes achieving the financial and operational goals of Corporate and of the region. The Property Manager leads on-site staff to ensure a sufficient flow of revenue by leasing a high percentage of apartment units at the optimum rates while maintaining each apartment unit and the property grounds at a functional and high aesthetic level and controlling expenses.

All associates must successfully clear a background investigation to include but may not be limited to: criminal background check, pre-employment drug screening and an employment verification process. Must be flexible and able to work varied schedule, including weekends and some holidays as required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Leadership: Supervises all on-site staff, including hiring, training, supervision, and corrective measures. Determines productivity standards of each staff member and communicates these standards with the goal of maximizing property performance and individual success; evaluates performance of these standards for individual staff members and makes resulting compensation decisions. Provides professional and positive leadership to team members. Resolves resident issues or delegates them to staff members to resolve. Performs the tasks of subordinate associates as needed, including leasing units and making units ready for leasing. Meets with RVP’s and Regional Maintenance, Landscape, and Sales and Marketing Directors for advice, assistance, and direction in community improvements. Meets with staff individually and in group meetings to communicate information and company news, to ensure that directives and goals are mutually understood, and to receive feedback and discussion; tracks individual performance by monitoring common standards. Receives training as needed for job-related topics. Assures that associates follow policies and safety rules; complies with Corporate policies for reporting incidents. Plans, executes, and attends social and other community events for residents. Supports Open Arms and other initiatives that demonstrate and enhance corporate culture.

Financial: Establishes and monitors the property budget on a daily basis in accordance with established goals; keeps expenses in line with the budget. Works to achieve maximum performance based upon annual goals to increase revenue and other income. Ensures that all applicable deposits, rents, and other fees and ancillary revenues are collected and deposited. Submits bills to be paid to the Accounts Payable Department. Prepares reports as required.Submits all other accounting activities to the Accounts Payable Department. Purchases necessary equipment and supplies for the community.

Marketing: Determines the optimum rent based on market conditions and the level of rent concessions, if any.Participates, approves, and manages marketing efforts to increase occupancy. Uses a lease expiration board to plan for lease renewal management and to reduce the effects of large seasonal expirations. Review marketing efforts to determine effectiveness.

Maintains Community: Interacts closely with the service team to manage property maintenance programs including promptly and courteously responses to resident requests for maintenance, providing an adequate supply of market ready apartments to meet the leasing efforts, and ensuring property appearance meets or exceeds site standards.Inspects the community regularly to determine the quality of the physical property, and to assess and identify needs. Inspects maintenance repairs and available units for readiness. May inspect recently vacated units to assess needed repairs and replacement. Monitors, inspects, and assesses the community landscape and other physical entities to identify and control or eliminate potential safety hazard and concerns and to ensure quality aesthetics in exterior parts of the community.

Job Type: Full Time

Salary: $42k-$50k DOE