The Community Builders, Inc. is the largest nonprofit urban housing developer in the United States. Our mission is to build strong communities where people of all incomes can achieve their fullest potential. We do this by developing, financing, and operating high quality affordable mixed-income housing, by coordinating access to support services, and by planning and implementing other community and economic initiatives critical to the communities we serve. Every employee who works for The Community Builders understands what it means to make a significant difference in the lives of others. Due to anticipated growth and ongoing needs, we are searching for experienced Property Managers to be responsible for all aspects of managing our housing communities.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Hiring, orienting and supervising property staff;
- Collaborating with site team and residents to create and maintain a thriving, successful community;
- Ensuring compliance with the property’s financial performance goals and managing all accounting aspects (monthly operating reports, A/P, rent collection, banking, budgeting etc.)
- Maintaining all regulatory compliance requirements;
- Effectively marketing the property to ensure a positive community image;
- Managing the leasing process from initial application to move-in and ensuring resident requests are dealt with in a timely and efficient manner;
- Being accountable for the overall condition of the property to ensure that it is maintained and in the best condition possible.
- Knowledge of tax credits programs, HOPE VI programs, HUD regulations as well as other state and federal agencies
- Ability to speak multiple languages
- Ability to obtain District of Columbia Property Manager License within 90 days of employment
- Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with multiple government agencies
Successful candidates will have 5+ years leadership ability in managing a team preferably in property management. Must be a strong multi-tasker, and have a genuine service orientation. Should be able to understand financial reports and budgets, and be able to take action on budget variances found. Solid communications skills needed with an ability to listen to suggestions and problems, and respond proactively. Must be able to prioritize and focus on the issues that matter most. Formal education/training or certifications are helpful, with an understanding of regulatory requirements. Knowledge of acquisitions, construction and development a big plus. If you feel this description fits you, we look forward to hearing from you!
- Must have a previous background in Property Management preferably in affordable housing management
Interested candidates should forward a resume and cover letter to