Housing Hope Assistant Director of Property Management in Everett, Washington
Full benefits package includes Medical with $1,500 annual H.S.A. contribution,Dental and Vision plan under $5 a month, PTO accruals, 403b retirement programwith matching contribution, EAP, Supplemental Insurance and much moreOverview:Do you want to make a positive difference in Snohomish County? Are you looking for a team-centered environment to flourish while growing your skill set? Then this may be the opportunity for you!The Assistant Director of Property Management provides direct assistance to the Director inmanaging the Housing Hope, low income, blended occupancy rental housing portfolio. Thisincludes over 30 properties and several different assisted housing funds. Passion for making our community a better place and working with a fantastic team is essential.COVID-19 procedures and policies in place, equipment provided. Please send resume and cover letter to be considered for the position.Essential Job Duties:1. Develops relevant analysis and recommendations for the agency strategic plans related toproperty management.2. Provide leadership and overall direction for property management operations so as to meet operational goals and deadlines;3. Develop property management policies and procedures; including the implementation oftraining of property management site staff4. Develops and recommends property management operating budgets. Provides oversight in cooperation with the Director of Finance to all financial transactions related to propertymanagement including accounting, reports, audits, taxes, insurance and fees.5. Recruit, select, train, and supervise staff for Property Management;6. Oversees and reports on the performance of all properties owned or operated by HousingHope.7. Develops, implements and regularly updates management plans for each housing site.8. Oversee operation of building systems; approve contracts, repair and maintenance projects, and replacement products.9. Assist in designing and implement preventative maintenance programs for the property.10. Perform regular property inspections in accordance with established policies andprocedures.11. Collaborate with Director and client services departments to design, implement, or approve a tenant retention program.12. Routinely communicate with occupants of the property concerning level of service andother management matters. Create and maintain process that encourages open and regularcommunication to/from residents.13. Design, implement, approve, or participate in developing and implementing a life-safetyand emergency preparedness program of the properties.14. Monitor and enforce the properties operating policies and procedures, as required.15. Assist in supervising properties collections, including the handling of receipts, journalentries, records of account, bank deposits, and delinquent accounts.16. Establish, approve, or monitor adherence to the record keeping system.17. Prepare, approve, or execute marketing plans for attracting potential tenants to theproperties.18. Analyze market conditions and recommend or approve rental rates.19. Keep compliance with government and environmental regulations and recommends, makesure the departments are aware and document notifications.20. Review, revise or monitor department benchmark goals and performance.21. Address policy and procedural violations with managers providing additional on-on-oneongoing training and support for other departments.22. Effectively communicate with site level employees, senior staff, board members andresidents.Non-Essential Job Duties:1. Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.2. Assist with other agency events as directed.Requirements:? Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent work experience.? Prefer 3-5 years affordable property management or compliance experience.