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Reporting to the Asset Management Director, the Property Manager is a management position that is responsible for the overall performance of assigned community or communities. Areas of responsibility include; a) financial management b) appearance and resident relations c) day-to-day operations of the community d) management office and assigned staff. The Property Manager is an advocate for the Tallahassee Housing Authority, and serves as a community resource, promoting to its residents and the general public an understanding of the Tallahassee Housing Authority’s housing programs.
- Inspects property daily to ensure all aspects of the property and curb appeal meet THA standards.
- Renders the community curb appeal in a condition that is enticing to client traffic and exceeds the neighborhood market.
- Inspects aged and/or selected vacancies on a weekly basis to monitor upkeep and ensure THA make-ready standards are being met.
- Monitors occupancy and advises Supervisor of any problems areas.
- Oversees and manages the details of apartment turnarounds and contractor work.
- Ensures compliance with existing THA policy for apartment turnaround times.
- Maintains collections above the minimum standards established by the housing authority or in accordance with the guidance provided by the Asset Management Director.
- Reviews all requests for transfer and walk units as required; and ensures a resident history review is completed by management prior to transfer being approved.
- Maintains approved budgets and requests approval for all needed budget deviations.
- Inspects apartment upon move out; determine charges (if any) to resident.
- Consults with supervisor on any requisitions over $2000.
- Manages, trains and counsels on-site staff. Consults with supervisor regarding special circumstances or issues that should be elevated to a higher authority.
- Analyzes monthly performance and budgeted projections, discusses strategies with assigned supervisor and communicates to others as needed or requested.
- Communicates through weekly staff meetings the strategy changes for the coming week, short and long-term goals for site operation.
- Establish schedules of on-site leasing personnel, maintenance technicians, groundskeepers.
- Ensures proper coverage during office hours. Coordinates and approves PTO requests.
- Conducts annual employee performance reviews; makes recommendations for assigned staff’s merit increases, promotions and performance evaluations as necessary.
- Provides weekly reports on all activities for the communities under his/her supervision.
- Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge of modern office practices, procedures and customer service principles.
- Knowledge and ability to perform proficient mathematical functions.
- Ability to use interpersonal skills using tact, diplomacy, patience and courtesy.
- Ability to maintain filing and record keeping system, including document imaging.
- Ability to perform basic clerical skills.
- Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
- Ability to operate office machines and equipment such as PC, copiers, and printers.
- Ability to work cooperatively, harmoniously and respectfully with co-workers, supervisors, public and customers.
- Ability to perform a variety of clerical duties involving typing, filing and maintaining records or reports in support of a special program or department function.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks and priorities with interruptions.
- Ability to deal with a variety of people with diverse backgrounds.
- Ability to effectively plan and organize workload.
- Ability to perform data entry efficiently and accurately.
- Ability to meet schedules and time lines.
- Ability to interpret and carry out various HUD and THA required rules and regulations.
- High School Diploma or GED.
- Six (6) year of experience in property management or related field.
- Must be available by phone 24 hours per day and 7 days per week.
- Must be flexible and available to work a flexible schedule which may include weekends, depending on the needs of the community and upon the directive of the Supervisor.
- Florida driver's license at the time of placement and be insurable by the Housing Authority's liability and fleet insurance carrier.
- Must complete certification as a Public Housing Manager within first 6 months of employment
- Must complete Tenmast University (software) certification within first 6 months of employment.
- Associates Degree in social services, human services, business management, management or successful completion of 60 semester hours of college course work in any of the following areas or combination of areas: social services, human services, business management or management.
- Certified Public Housing Manager (Public Housing Manager).
- Job ID
- Job Title
- Property Manager
- Application Deadline
- Salary Range
- no minimum salary specified - no maximum salary specified
- Job Major Category
- Job Posting
- Job Location
- Tallahassee, FL
- Diane Martin-Johnson
- Phone Number
- (813) 986-4441
- Best Method of Contact