Thies & Talle Management, Inc., a leading property management company with over thirty years of experience in the multi-housing industry, has an opening for a fulltime Property Manager to oversee an apartment community located in Maplewood, MN. Duties include leasing, rent collections, resident relations, and management of day-to-day operations. Customer service, sales, organizational, and administrative skills and experience required. Professional and friendly work environment. Salary commensurate with experience. Great benefits including health, life, vacation and 401K! Equal Opportunity Employer
- Personally inspect common areas and buildings to monitor the appearance, cleanliness, maintenance, attractiveness, and safety of the property.
- Sets appointments, shows apartments, certifies potential residents and maintains a high percentage of occupancy.
- Screens applicants according to company policies and procedures. Notifies applicants of status through proper channels. Reviews applications with Regional Property Manager.
- Performs primary Property Manager duties using computer system. Keeps current on system changes and maintains system information.
- Manage processing of applications to ensure rapid turnover of vacant apartments while following selection criteria. Ensure new residents are properly moved in apartments including completing move-in inspection form before turning over keys.
- Ensures departing residents are properly moved out and all paperwork is completed including final account statements and collections packets.
- Supervises apartment community staff including performance management, discipline, timekeeping, and payroll.
- Communicates frequently with Regional Property Manager on vital needs of the community.
- Enforces lease and other government rules and regulations, including Fair Housing laws, building safety, health codes, and local ordinances.
- Arranges for painters, carpet cleaners, and resident caretakers and maintenance staff to prepare units for new residents.
- Ensures that all reports including traffic and availability reports, compliance, file inspection, and lease renewal and delinquency are complete and filed timely.
- Resolve day-to-day resident problems and concerns including maintenance, parking, rent or other charges, safety and security.
- Communicates important information to residents with well-written notices written in a positive manner.
- Plans events and meetings with residents to develop a positive sense of community.
- Audit and enter all invoices for payment. Fully investigate any questionable invoices.
- Inspects all units every six months. Sends follow-up notices to residents and arranges for re-inspection and follow-up.
- Documents lease violations and follows-up with residents.
- Handles emergency situations including crime and fire alarms.
- Understands, follows, and stays current on all information in Operations Manual to ensure that property is in compliance with company policies.
- Acts as a liaison between residents and community services.
- Prepares and distributes notices and newsletters.
- Helps residents and applicants with their paperwork.
- Notifies residents of important events.
- Coordinates resident functions.
- Completes reference forms for current or former residents.
- Filing of documentation in resident files.
- Work with the Police Department to help site meet requirements of Crime Free Multi-Housing program.
- Review monthly Operating Report to track income and expenses over time.
Education and Experience: A high school diploma or equivalent is required. 1-2 years of college or technical school is preferred. Must possess the ability to multi-task in performing the essential functions of the position. Knowledge of computers and office equipment is necessary. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Training and/or experience with subsidized housing is necessary. Certification as occupancy specialist is preferred. A driver’s license is required.Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and complete documentation required by city, county, state or federal agencies. Must be able to communicate through speaking, listening, and writing effectively with residents and outside agencies.Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure. Must be able to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commission and percentages. Accounting and/or bookkeeping skills are a plus.Reasoning Ability: Needs to be able to assess a situation based upon available date and information and make timely and appropriate decisions.Other Skills/Abilities/Specifications: This job requires self-motivation and the ability to work independently. Must be able to prioritize job duties. Time management is essential. Ability to maintain confidentiality is required. Skill in establishing and maintaining positive relationships with diverse residents, applicants and staff.
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