The Property Manager of Georgetowne Homes in Boston, MA is responsible for housing management, budgeting, housing agency and should have a commitment to community. Through subordinate staff, It is responsible for all compliance and occupancy programs, along with the administrative functions that support Georgetowne operations.
Supervision Received: Reports to Regional Manager.
Supervision Exercised: Manages direct reports as assigned including Assistant Property Manager, Administrative Assistant, Accounts Payable Clerk, Office Manager.
Essential Functions of the Position: (Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all duties that may be found in positions of this class.)
Manages financial operations of the site following company and government agency rules, regulations and guidelines.
Ensures agency regulation compliance and deadlines for documentation through collaboration with the Compliance Department
Prepares weekly and monthly reports as needed, including but not limited to: , management metrics, marketing metrics, delinquency/ occupancy metrics, bad debt write-offs, and expense reports.
Reconciles reports to General Ledger and approves vendor invoices and cash receipt batches.
Monitors energy/utility consumption.
Supervises rent collection.
Monitors turnovers and major replacements.
Provides information and fulfills requests from corporate office staff.
Optimizes revenue occupancy, Net Operating Income and Cash Flow
Represents Beacon Communities to the public and collaboratively develops a partnership with local public officials, local businesses and agencies.
Collaborates with Senior Resident Services Coordinator to establish property work plans and develop course of action.
Responds to questions and complaints from the public.
Supports and collaborates with the compliance department in managing the rental program utilizing forms, documents, and computer programs following company, HUD, LIHTC, and/or Public Housing guidelines to assure eligibility for continued occupancy.
Oversees the administrative aspects of rental/management office.
Collaborates with the compliance department in monitoring rental programs, waiting lists and renting and leasing procedures.
Oversees the Administration of the ADA/Section 504 reasonable accommodation policy in coordination with the Compliance Department.
Ensures affirmative action compliance and reporting.
Oversees portions of the move-in/out process including security deposits, transfers, rent changes.
Manages staff and oversees hiring, termination, status changes and performance management decisions.
Conducts performance and compensation appraisals.
Sets standards for work performance and communicates standards to employees.
Conducts weekly staff meetings.
Trains and develops employees, including new hire 90-day assessment/feedback.
Performs site inspections for continued compliance following company, HUD, and LIHTC rules and regulations, policies and procedures.
Handles all aspects of site and unit inspections.
Interacts with housing and human service agency personnel, lenders and investors.
Assists with marketing activities to promote the property.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred but not required (Business Administration, Real Estate or Public Administration preferable), or equivalent knowledge or experience.
Experience: Three years of related work experience. Experience as a manager of a public or private apartment/condo complex with responsibilities for leasing/admission, maintenance, management of administrative, maintenance or contract employees, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Qualifications, Abilities and Skills: Must be familiar with housing management, budgeting, housing agency regulations and if applicable, affordable housing programs such as section 8, LIHTC, etc. The candidate must possess strong organizational and management skills and the demonstrated ability to work as a critical member of a team that is committed to building strong communities. Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel. Yardi proficiency preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Working Conditions: Ability to physically inspect the properties in their entirety to include walking/climbing stairs, and ability to withstand all weather conditions. Must respond to ‘after hours’ emergencies.
Special Requirements: Must possess and maintain a vehicle and valid driver’s license with an insurable driving record history to obtain and maintain employment.
Beacon Core Competencies required for all positions: Teamwork, Integrity/Ethics, Dependability, Customer Focus, Adaptability/Flexibility.
Beacon Management Competencies required for all Management positions: Decision-Making/Judgement, Communication, Budgets/Cost Control, Managing for Results, People Development.
Beacon is a privately owned real estate firm that develops, acquires, invests in, and manages a wide range of multifamily housing. We also invest in and purchase affordable housing companies and portfolios of multifamily developments. We own and manage approximately 19,000 apartments including affordable housing, market rate housing, and mixed income-housing. Our developments range from new construction, to historic adaptive reuse, to the renovation of existing housing. We take on challenging developments and make them succeed. Our driving passion is to create well-designed, healthy homes that improve the quality of life of our residents and enhance the neighborhoods in which they are located.
At Beacon, we care passionately about creating vibrant communities. We achieve this goal by hiring the best and brightest individuals from a variety of professional backgrounds. The success of our company depends on recruiting, engaging, training, promoting, and valuing top-notch team members. Every member of this team – from landscapers to accountants – contributes to Beacon’s success and our ability to pursue our mission.
We provide extensive training through our in-house Beacon ...University program, support professional development through tuition reimbursement, and promote from within. From our interns to our new hires to our multi-decade veterans, we value all members of our team and strive to give each the tools and opportunity to excel at Beacon. We acknowledge each team member’s contribution with competitive pay and benefits. And as part of valuing every team member, we foster an open-door culture in which we are all just a knock, phone call, or email away.