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Catholic Charities Serving Central Washington Community Manager in Yakima, Washington

Job Details Job Location Yakima - Housing - Yakima, WA Position Type Full Time Education Level High School   Salary Range $20.00 - $26.00 Hourly Travel Percentage Up to 25% Description Position Summary Directly responsible for the efficient day-to-day operations of the Catholic Charities Housing Services (CCHS) multifamily properties including rent collection, marketing, oversight of the maintenance of the buildings and common areas, resident relations, and staffing. Responsibilities: Understands and enforces the CCHS property management policies and procedures; the community's rules and regulations; and the terms of the lease and other addenda to the lease. Achieves the goals and objectives established for the property. Complies with the Washington state residential Landlord & Tenant Act all other governmental laws and regulations. Immediately reports any safety or health hazard or usual event to supervisor. Operates the property within the budgeted guidelines established for the property. Ensures all services and work are completed as contracted prior to approval of invoices. Ensure all invoices are coded in accordance with the descriptive Chart of Accounts. Promptly approves and submits all property invoices for payment. Ensures that site employees promote high standards of professional appearance and positive relationship with residents, owners, co-workers, contractors, and vendors. Ensures courteous and timely response to all resident requests and work orders and implements resident retention programs. Monitors and verifies that applicants selected from the waiting list are qualified in compliance with funder requirements. Assists in budget preparation and budget tracking. Shows units available to be rented. Conducts move-in inspections and completes condition checklist with the Maintenance Technician. Personally, inspects the property daily, including all common areas, parking lots, and vacant apartments. Verifies and recertifies resident income, assets, and applicable deductions per funding requirements to determine eligibility. Prepares and distributes financial, leasing, and other related reports and documents promptly. Maintains accurate and complete resident, unit and property records. Collaborates with the Residential Services Coordinator to ensure that resident services and property management are compatibly carried out. Ensures that all tenants are timely in payment of rent, maintenance charges and other charges due. Issues warning notices and eviction notices, coordinates repayment plans, and attends tenant hearings, Ensures compliance with Fair Housing Laws. Facilitates positive and effective resolution of tenant related problems and complaints and refers residents to appropriate resident service providers, as necessary. Obtains competitive bids and proposals for any work or services necessary for daily operations of the property. Performs all work assignments as requested by supervisor. Job Requirements: The following requirements are those that are normally required for the performance of this position. Any disabled applicant who does not meet one or more of the requirements, but who can perform the essential functions of the job (with or without reasonable accommodations) shall be deemed to meet these requirements. Physical Requirements: This position normally requires the physical demands of standing, walking, bending, lifting or performing other work requiring moderate physical exertion, talking, and hearing on a regular basis to perform the job requirement. These physical demands are required up to 90% of the time. Non-Physical Requirements: Education High School Diploma or Gene

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