As a leading real estate development and property management company, Simpson Housing is constantly on the hunt for talented individuals who are looking to join a dynamic company where they can share ideas, advance in their career and be part of something special. Since 1948, Simpson Housing has been building high-quality residential communities across the United States. Our proven performance, financial strength and management expertise culminate in a single mission
Commitment to Excellence. It is with this mission that we continue to raise the bar and set the standard for the industry.
Due to current business demands, we are seeking an Assistant Community Manager to augment and support the property operations team at 14W, a 231 unit luxury apartment community located in Washington, D.C.
Maintains accurate resident records, posts all rents, deposits and fees, and all A/P functions as directed by Community Manager.
Issues appropriate notices (i.e. late payments, evictions, NSF checks).
Organizes and maintains files, and performs other tasks as assigned by Community Manager.
Makes daily bank deposits.
Accepts service requests and routes to maintenance; conducts service follow-up with residents.
Prepares and updates reports as delegated by Community Manager.
Assess, charge and complete all deposit refunds (SODAs) and dispositions in a timely manner.
Greets prospective residents, shows community and performs all leasing functions as necessary as defined by Community Manager and PPG guidelines.
Handles calls from residents and vendors as delegated.
Inspects property, picks up litter, reports service needs to Community Manager or Service Supervisor.
Inspects move-outs and vacant units as requested by Community Manager.
Maintain a positive work environment by acting and communicating in a manner so that you can get along with co-workers, residents, customers, vendors, and management.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
KNOWLEDGE: (EDUCATION, TRAINING, CERTIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE)
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Experience: 2-4 years in the industry or in a position of similar responsibilities is required.
Working knowledge of industry terms and procedures.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Fair housing training is required.
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