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March 13, 2017
Apartment Manager
Wimington, DE

Ingleside Retirement Apartments, a 208-unit high-rise apartment for seniors in the Wilmington area is currently seeking a full-time Apartment Manager. This position encompasses administrative (including bank reconciliation), payroll backup and physical plant functions to ensure that the building operations run smoothly and that all resident needs are met and any issues are addressed in a timely and satisfactory manner. Qualified applicants must have at least 2 years’ prior similar supervisory experience and knowledge of HUD Section 8 and 202. Knowledge of payroll processes and cash reconciliation experience preferred. Salary range: $45-55K, full benefits including medical, dental, life, retirement, paid vacation and holidays. Drug and background check required. EOE.

To apply, please email resume to loliver@inglesidehomes.org or fax to 302-575-9955.

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March 6, 2017
Community Manager
The Long Community at Highland
Lancaster, PA

JOB PURPOSE: Responsible for the overall provision of quality living accommodations, occupancy and associated services in affordable housing and market rate residences as assigned; implementation and quality control of all regulations, policies and procedures relating to the leasing process, occupancy and daily operations of the residential and/or commercial units assigned; and related resident management. Responsible for overseeing building maintenance.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Minimum two years experience in a related services or property management field. Course work in real estate and/or knowledge of affordable housing regulations preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Word & Excel, and email applications required. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, professionalism and demonstrated organizational skills with the ability to prioritize work assignments and attention to detail. Must obtain and maintain certifications and licenses as required. Must communicate effectively with all stakeholders. Limited travel may be required.

Position Schedule: Full Time

To Apply, email yjohnson@psl.org

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March 6, 2017
Community Manager
Wesley House at Quincy
Waynesboro, PA

JOB PURPOSE: Responsible for the overall provision of quality living accommodations, occupancy and associated services in affordable housing and market rate residences as assigned; implementation and quality control of all regulations, policies and procedures relating to the leasing process, occupancy and daily operations of the residential and/or commercial units assigned; and related resident management. Responsible for overseeing building maintenance.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Minimum two years experience in a related services or property management field. Course work in real estate and/or knowledge of affordable housing regulations preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Word & Excel, and email applications required. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, professionalism and demonstrated organizational skills with the ability to prioritize work assignments and attention to detail. Must obtain and maintain certifications and licenses as required. Must communicate effectively with all stakeholders. Limited travel may be required.

Position Schedule:
Part Time - Mondays 8AM - 430PM,
Wednesdays 8AM - 4:30PM, Fridays 8AM - 12PM

To Apply, email yjohnson@psl.org

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February 9, 2017
Property Manager/Housing Manager

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February 8, 2017

Elderly Housing Manager (Multi-Site)
Company Confidential
Allentown, PA


General Responsibilities
Manages and supervises the overall operations of residential apartment building(s) with subsidized housing for elderly and/or disabled persons. Assumes compliance with all requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), PA Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) and state and local government agencies. Responsibilities include management of property and facility maintenance, employees, unit rentals, certifications, fiscal services, regulatory compliance and strategic operating plan. Also directs, and may assist, resident social service contacts and delivery of services. Provides exceptional customer service.

Essential Duties

Leadership
1. Maintains thorough, current, personal knowledge of governing HUD requirements, regulations, forms and procedures for effective facility management. Complies with Fair Housing Laws according to building type. Ensures buildings are managed in accordance with all regulatory requirements.

2. Develops and implements a process for emergency response and procedures, including 24-hr on-call site supervision system.

3. With approval of the supervisor, takes necessary action to promptly comply with all requirements affecting the development made by federal, state, county or municipal authorities having jurisdiction over the property.

4. Supervises the work and relations of all site staff in facility administration, maintenance, social services, security, and staff development.

Judgment/Decision Making
5. Obtains appropriate review by corporate office for decisions of employment, performance appraisal, staff development and disciplinary action.

6. Manages the application and admission process, including resident re-certifications and admissions. Directs all discharges, move-ins, move-outs, home visits and wait list activities.

7. Manages all security, maintenance and physical property needs, including but not limited to, routine and preventative maintenance, unit refurbishing, equipment inventory, insurance inspections, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Conducts weekly inspections of grounds and building. Maintains accurate and complete records of inspections. Takes prompt and appropriate corrective action as needed.

Problem Solving/Decision Making
8. Processes any legal actions required to enforce lease requirements.

9. Organizes, develops and manages appropriate Social Service programs, that may be administered to the Service Coordinator to include, but not limited to, resident social, educational, community supportive agencies and health programs, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Seeks capacity to bring social support services on site. Makes resident referrals to appropriate social support agencies, or counsel residents or their families for placement to other residential settings as needed.

10. Develops and implements a system for the delivery of all required services to residents, including the immediate acknowledgment of complaints with prompt action to correct deficiencies.

Teamwork

11. Assists as assigned with routine facility fiscal management, including rent collection, budget
preparation and implementation, monthly HAP and vendor voucher preparation and approval, and the bidding for, and negotiation of, selected contracts.
Customer Service

12. Meets with residents individually and in groups to review lease and house rules. Meets with resident council at their request. Provides appropriate support for activities and plans.

Fiscal Responsibility

13. Ensures accuracy and is accountable for all agency and community reports. Completes vacancy and special claims reports timely.

14. Maintains sound rent collection procedures, including following up on delinquent accounts. Ensures financial solvency by monitoring all costs and implementing a system for achieving 0% rent delinquency.

Other Duties
1. Acquires general knowledge about and familiarizes self with, the facility history in order to translate its applicability to day to day business operations and HUD requirements.

2. Performs tasks which are supportive in nature to the essential functions of the job, but which may be altered or re-designed depending upon individual circumstances.

3. Keeps supervisor informed of building activities/issues or other relevant information.

4. Participates in the staff meetings including the HUD Staff and any corporate meetings or training sessions.

Equipment/machines used in the performance of this job

The incumbent must maintain skills necessary to safely and efficiently operate the following equipment and machines used in the performance of this job:
1. Computer
2. Fax
3. Copier/Scanner

Basic Qualifications

Experience: Minimum one year of experience in property management, preferably federally subsidized housing, coupled with a working familiarity of relevant area social service agencies.

Education/Training: Certificate of Occupancy Specialist preferred.

Skills: Requires excellent skills in oral, written and interpersonal communications; also strong skills in basic accounting, budgeting and financial planning. Must be computer literate, especially in relevant software, including Excel. Must demonstrate excellent analysis, problem solving, organization and supervisory skills in the delivery of housing and social services for elderly and physically disabled residents of the facility.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Apply: hr3002017@gmail.com

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November 10, 2016
Presby's Inspired Life
Senior Housing Manager
Grace Court, Yeadon, PA

General Responsibilities
Manages and supervises the overall operations of residential apartment building(s) with subsidized housing for elderly and/or disabled persons. Assumes compliance with all requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), PA Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) and state and local government agencies. Responsibilities include management of property and facility maintenance, employees, unit rentals, certifications, fiscal services, regulatory compliance and strategic operating plan. Also directs, and may assist, resident social service contacts and delivery of services. Provides exceptional customer service in support of Presby's Service from the Heart.

Essential Duties

Leadership
1. Maintains thorough, current, personal knowledge of governing HUD requirements, regulations, forms and procedures for effective facility management. Complies with Fair Housing Laws according to building type. Ensures buildings are managed in accordance with all regulatory requirements.
2. Develops and implements a process for emergency response and procedures, including 24-hr on-call site supervision system.
3. With approval of the supervisor, takes necessary action to promptly comply with all requirements affecting the development made by federal, state, county or municipal authorities having jurisdiction over the property.
4. Supervises the work and relations of all site staff in facility administration, maintenance, social services, security, and staff development.

Judgment/Decision Making
1. Obtains appropriate review by Assistant Director of Affordable Housing for decisions of employment, performance appraisal, staff development and disciplinary action.
2. Manages the application and admission process, including resident recertifications and admissions. Directs all discharges, move-ins, move-outs, home visits and wait list activities.
3. Manages all security, maintenance and physical property needs, including but not limited to, routine and preventative maintenance, unit refurbishing, equipment inventory, insurance inspections, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Conducts weekly inspections of grounds and building.. Maintains accurate and complete records of inspections. Takes prompt and appropriate corrective action as needed.

Problem Solving/Decision Making
1. Processes any legal actions required to enforce lease requirements.
2. Organizes, develops and manages appropriate Social Service programs, that may be administered to the Service Coordinator to include, but not limited to, resident social, educational, community supportive agencies and health programs, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Seeks capacity to bring social support services on site. Makes resident referrals to appropriate social support agencies, or counsel residents or their families for placement to other residential settings as needed.
3. Develops and implements a system for the delivery of all required services to residents, including the immediate acknowledgment of complaints with prompt action to correct deficiencies.

Teamwork
1. Assists as assigned with routine facility fiscal management, including rent collection, budget preparation and implementation, monthly HAP/PRAC and vendor voucher preparation and approval, and the bidding for, and negotiation of, selected contracts.

Customer Service
1. Meets with residents individually and in groups to review lease and house rules. Meets with resident council at their request. Provides appropriate support for activities and plans.

Fiscal Responsibility
1. Ensures accuracy and is accountable for all agency and community reports. Completes vacancy and special claims reports timely.
2. Maintains sound rent collection procedures, including following up on delinquent accounts. Ensures financial solvency by monitoring all costs and implementing a system for achieving 0% rent delinquency.

Other Duties
1. Acquires general knowledge about and familiarizes self with, the facility history in order to translate its applicability to day to day business operations and HUD requirements.
2. Performs tasks which are supportive in nature to the essential functions of the job, but which may be altered or re-designed depending upon individual circumstances.
3. Keeps supervisor informed of building activities/issues or other relevant information.
4. Participates in the staff meetings including the HUD Staff and any corporate meetings or training sessions.

Equipment/machines used in the performance of this job
The incumbent must maintain skills necessary to safely and efficiently operate the following equipment and machines used in the performance of this job:
1. Computer
2. Fax
3. Copier/Scanner

Basic Qualifications

Experience:
Minimum one year of experience in property management, preferably federally subsidized housing, coupled with a working familiarity of relevant area social service agencies.

Education/Training: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in field related to human services or management. Certificate of Occupancy Specialist preferred, although certificate can be obtained after hire.

Skills: Requires excellent skills in oral, written and interpersonal communications; also strong skills in basic accounting, budgeting and financial planning. Must be computer literate, especially in relevant software, including Excel. Must demonstrate excellent analysis, problem solving, organization and supervisory skills in the delivery of housing and social services for elderly and physically disabled residents of the facility.

Presby's Inspired Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Apply: http://presbysinspiredlife.org/join-our-team/inspired-careers/

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November 7, 2016
Operations Support Specialist
Dover, DE

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October 10, 2016
Maintenance Technician
Bristol, PA

Venice Ashby Apartments

Successful and established property maintenance firm is seeking a career minded and energetic candidate to help with the daily maintenance operations of a 62 unit, affordable housing apartment community located in Bristol, PA.

The Maintenance Technician will be responsible for performing daily work orders, assist with preventative maintenance, rehabbing, cleaning vacant units, assist in monthly and annul inspections, and reporting any other related date to the Maintenance Superintendent. Responsibilities include but not limited to: maintain property on a daily basis, sweeping parking lots, and assisting in the upkeep of the maintenance shop and storage areas.

Requirements:
1. Dedicated self-starter
2. Excellent communication and people skills
3. Apartment preparation
4. HVAC, electrical, plumbing, heating, sheet rocking, plastering and general carpentry skills
5. Valid driver’s license and transportation

Competitive salary, great benefits package and educational opportunities.
Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please forward resumes to veniceashby1@verizon.net

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September 27, 2016
Service Maintenance Technician II
Philadelphia, PA

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September 23, 2016
Occupancy Speacialist
Harrisburg, PA

Beacon Communities is a multifamily development, investment and management company comprised of affordable and market rate rental and for-sale communities. Beacon Communities offers the latest in home design and green living, with a focus on technology to provide the highest quality resident services.

General Statement of Duties: Interacts directly with prospective and current residents to achieve maximum occupancy. Acts as the Company’s representative by conveying the benefits of the community. Responsible for the leasing process from introduction to the actual occupancy of the resident.

Supervision Received: Reports directly to Property Manager.

Supervision Exercised: No supervisory duties required.

Essential Functions of the Position: (Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all that may be found in positions of this class.)

• Processes income certifications/recertifications for multiple affordable housing programs and updates Yardi database.
• Processes monthly Section 8 Housing Assistance Payment Billing.
• Processes and transmits TRACS (Tenant Rental Assistance Certification System)
• Greets applicants and provides instruction and guidance to prospective residents during application process.
• Coordinates leasing to include intakes, interviews, processing and preparation of applications, and their distribution.
• Coordinates and maintains waiting list.
• Prepares and maintains office and rental expense budgets.
• Assists with rent collection efforts by mailing notices to delinquent residents.
• Prepares lease packages and supplemental documents for new move-ins.
• Conducts new resident orientation.
• Special projects as assigned by property manager.
• Fosters a positive, active and collaborative relationship with residents, communities and associated agencies.
• Enforces and adheres to company policies, rules and regulations.
• Works patiently, professionally and cooperatively with residents and staff to provide high quality customer service.
• Preserves and respects resident and applicant confidentiality.

Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience: Associates degree or equivalent is required. Certified Occupancy Specialist Designation required. Two years sales/leasing experience or equivalent. (Depending on property needs, COS experience with Project Based Section 8, Section 236, Rent Supplement and 13A experience may be needed).

Qualifications and Skills: Basic math proficiency required. Knowledge of subsidy regulations. Proficient in Microsoft Office and Excel; highly motivated and able to work independently; ability to handle emergency situations and pressure due to complexity and time-sensitivity; excellent organizational and proofreading skills; attention to detail; strong interpersonal skills; high energy; ability to be an active team member within the Company.

Beacon Core Competencies required for all positions:
Teamwork, Integrity/Ethics, Dependability, Customer Focus, Adaptability/Flexibility.

COS Functional Job Competencies required:
Job Knowledge, Quality, Self Development, Personal Organization, Productivity, Computer Skills.

Equal Opportunity Employer. For additional information on our company, please visit our website at www.beaconcommunitiesllc.com

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September 6, 2016
Asset Manager
Eastern PA

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August 23, 2016
Building Maintenance Mechanic II
Rehoboth Beach, DE

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August 15, 2016
Property Manager

Leading property management company is seeking a full-time property manager for a multi-site section 42 portfolio. Tax credit and Section 8 experience required.

Valid PA Real Estate License is preferred, but not required. Salary in mid to high forties, DOE.

Full benefit package including medical, dental, vision, PTO, 401(k) and company paid benefits.

Send resumes to jobs@rentpmi.com, fax to 717-635-2412 or mail to PMI Attn: Jami Snyder PO Box 622 Lemoyne, PA 17043. Please reference "MULTI PROPERTY MANAGER." EOE.



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August 15, 2016
Property Management Executive

Seeking an Executive with multifamily property management experience to lead a portfolio of almost 10,000 units of affordable housing.

The person selected for this position will continue to build the property management team and will cultivate and maintain relationships with senior level staff, investors and stakeholders. Knowledge of, and experience with, Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), Project-Based Section 8 Rental Assistance or a similar portfolio desired.

Candidates must have at a minimum a Bachelor’s degree and must have successfully performed for at least 5 years in an executive level position in the management of privately owned multifamily residential properties.

To apply send cover letter, resume via email to Du and Associates, http://www.duassoc.com/pm-executive.html. Confidential inquiries may be sent to HR@Duassoc.com.

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July 6, 2016
Building Maintenance Mechanic II
Rehoboth Beach, DE

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July 6, 2016
Public Relations Assistant (Temporary)
Delaware

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June 24, 2016
Management Analyst II
Wilmington, DE

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June 22, 2016
Housing Mortgage Loan Officer II
Wilmington, DE

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June 15, 2016
Maintenance Supervisor
Scottish Rite House
Philadelphia, PA

General Responsibilities
Manages the Maintenance programs including assigned operational goals and objectives, to maintain sanitary, attractive, orderly, safe and efficient operations. Organizes and ensures that the maintenance department complies with operating policies and procedures, all governing regulations and requirements; supervise assigned staff.

Essential Duties
1. Coordinating specific assignments/tasks with the Maintenance team members and other departments in order to ensure the upkeep of the community.
2. Develops and directs a service plan to optimize effectiveness of resources
3. Addresses issues and improves relations with residents, families, staff and visitors, especially for complaints and problem resolution.
4. Assists with site programs and initiatives as assigned for quality assurance, infection control, safety, training and site management.
5. Implements the preventive maintenance plan for the site, making approved modifications to the plan as necessary. Supervises maintenance staff in completing the plan.
6. Coordinate specific tasks with maintenance employees within the department and in other departments in order to insure maintenance and upkeep in the community.
7. Maintains the physical structure and exterior of the community ensuring the necessary repairs are made.
8. Monitors or supervises, as assigned, completion of maintenance contracts.
9. Participates in creation of and complete assigned responsibilities for an efficient safety program which includes fire prevention, building security, grounds, security, snow removal, and control/removal of all safety hazards.
10. Plans and takes action to meet needs of the department and physical plant using staff, contractors, etc.
11. Schedules and supervise maintenance staff in providing emergency coverage on a 24 Hour basis.
12. Plans with appropriate supervisory staff to meet all applicable codes and laws with regard to health, safety, and security. Implement the plans as assigned.

Other Duties
1. Supports and participates in various public and resident events at site and other corporate locations.
2. Performs tasks which support the essential functions of the job, but may be altered or redesigned.

Basic Qualifications

Experience: Work experience in a long term care facility of a minimum three years in supervision of maintenance; or significant work in maintenance of five or more years, including work as a coordinating lead worker.

Education/Training: High School Diploma; training in facility maintenance work including mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC; basic supervisor training.

Skills: Proficient reading, writing, grammar and mathematics skills; proficient computer skills, including word processing, spreadsheet and e-mail. Proficient in interpersonal relations and communications skills. Knowledge of facility maintenance-related current Federal and State regulations; knowledge of chemical interactions and incompatibilities. Supervisory skills including judgment, organizing and delegation.

Interested applicants should apply to www.presbysinspiredlife.org/employment


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May 9, 2016
Senior Housing Manager
Presby’s Inspired Life

General Responsibilities


Manages and supervises the overall operations of residential apartment building(s) with subsidized housing for elderly and/or disabled persons. Assumes compliance with all requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), PA Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) and state and local government agencies. Responsibilities include management of property and facility maintenance, employees, unit rentals, certifications, fiscal services, regulatory compliance and strategic operating plan. Also directs, and may assist, resident social service contacts and delivery of services. Provides exceptional customer service in support of Presby's Service from the Heart.

Essential Duties

Leadership
1. Maintains thorough, current, personal knowledge of governing HUD requirements, regulations, forms and procedures for effective facility management. Complies with Fair Housing Laws according to building type. Ensures buildings are managed in accordance with all regulatory requirements.

2. Develops and implements a process for emergency response and procedures, including 24-hr on-call site supervision system.

3. With approval of the supervisor, takes necessary action to promptly comply with all requirements affecting the development made by federal, state, county or municipal authorities having jurisdiction over the property.

4. Supervises the work and relations of all site staff in facility administration, maintenance, social services, security, and staff development.

Judgment/Decision Making
5. Obtains appropriate review by Assistant Director of Affordable Housing for decisions of employment, performance appraisal, staff development and disciplinary action.

6. Manages the application and admission process, including resident recertifications and admissions. Directs all discharges, move-ins, move-outs, home visits and wait list activities.

7. Manages all security, maintenance and physical property needs, including but not limited to, routine and preventative maintenance, unit refurbishing, equipment inventory, insurance inspections, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Conducts weekly inspections of grounds and building.. Maintains accurate and complete records of inspections. Takes prompt and appropriate corrective action as needed.

Problem Solving/Decision Making
8. Processes any legal actions required to enforce lease requirements.

9. Organizes, develops and manages appropriate Social Service programs, that may be administered to the Service Coordinator to include, but not limited to, resident social, educational, community supportive agencies and health programs, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Seeks capacity to bring social support services on site. Makes resident referrals to appropriate social support agencies, or counsel residents or their families for placement to other residential settings as needed.

10. Develops and implements a system for the delivery of all required services to residents, including the immediate acknowledgment of complaints with prompt action to correct deficiencies.

Teamwork
11. Assists as assigned with routine facility fiscal management, including rent collection, budget preparation and implementation, monthly HAP/PRAC and vendor voucher preparation and approval, and the bidding for, and negotiation of, selected contracts.

Customer Service
12. Meets with residents individually and in groups to review lease and house rules. Meets with resident council at their request. Provides appropriate support for activities and plans.

Fiscal Responsibility
13. Ensures accuracy and is accountable for all agency and community reports. Completes vacancy and special claims reports timely.

14. Maintains sound rent collection procedures, including following up on delinquent accounts. Ensures financial solvency by monitoring all costs and implementing a system for achieving 0% rent delinquency.


Other Duties
1. Acquires general knowledge about and familiarizes self with, the facility history in order to translate its applicability to day to day business operations and HUD requirements.

2. Performs tasks which are supportive in nature to the essential functions of the job, but which may be altered or re-designed depending upon individual circumstances.

3. Keeps supervisor informed of building activities/issues or other relevant information.

4. Participates in the staff meetings including the HUD Staff and any corporate meetings or training sessions.


Equipment/machines used in the performance of this job

The incumbent must maintain skills necessary to safely and efficiently operate the following equipment and machines used in the performance of this job:
1. Computer
2. Fax
3. Copier/Scanner


Basic Qualifications

Experience: Minimum one year of experience in property management, preferably federally subsidized housing, coupled with a working familiarity of relevant area social service agencies.

Education/Training: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in field related to human services or management. Certificate of Occupancy Specialist preferred, although certificate can be obtained after hire.

Skills: Requires excellent skills in oral, written and interpersonal communications; also strong skills in basic accounting, budgeting and financial planning. Must be computer literate, especially in relevant software, including Excel. Must demonstrate excellent analysis, problem solving, organization and supervisory skills in the delivery of housing and social services for elderly and physically disabled residents of the facility.

Presby's Inspired Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Interested candidates should visit our website www.presbysinspiredlife.org/employment

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May 9, 2016
Resident Coordinator
Pittsburgh, PA

Job Description:
Multifamily Asset Managers (MAM) is seeking a Resident Coordinator for our Pittsburgh, PA office. As a Resident Coordinator you will have the opportunity to help low income tenants resolve problems and address their needs.

Please visit the following link to read the full job description and to apply: http://careers.mamhousing.com/job-opportunities.html

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May 9, 2016
Asset Manager (HUD Compliance)
Pennsylvania

Job Description:
Pennsylvania Multifamily Asset Managers (MAM) is seeking Asset Managers in multiple locations in Pennsylvania . The Asset Manager is responsible for conducting the on-site Management and Occupancy Reviews (MORs) of assigned HUD Project Based Section 8 properties and providing follow-up monitoring of properties to ensure all findings are mitigated and owner/agent is in compliance with HUD requirements.

Please visit the following link to read the full job description and apply: http://careers.mamhousing.com/job-opportunities.html

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April 15, 2016
Assistant Community Manager
Philadelphia, PA

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March 14, 2016
Service Technician II
Philadelphia, PA

The Community Builders, Inc. (TCB) is the leading nonprofit developer of mixed-income housing in the United States. Our mission is to build and sustain strong communities where people of all incomes can achieve their full potential, by developing, financing and operating high-quality housing and implementing neighborhood self-help initiatives to drive economic opportunity for our residents. We are headquartered in Boston with regional hubs in Chicago and Washington, D.C.

Position Description:
Under the direction of the Service Maintenance Manager, the Service Technician II is responsible for promptly responding to all work orders, turnovers and property maintenance needs, and performing repairs at the certified technician level (HVAC, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, etc.) Level II Service Technicians should have a high degree of building trades knowledge, as demonstrated by certification at a technical school, and at least 2 years of experience in a facilities technician role. The Service Technician II is vital to the successful maintenance of the property, through attention to service that affects the overall cleanliness, appearance and quality of the property and its presentation to its residents and to the community. The successful candidate must have an excellent customer service focus, and be able to work in a positive, productive relationship with the other team members, and be technically skilled to work independently.

Essential Functions:
• Prepares and performs all necessary repairs to vacant apartments for new residents.
• Diagnoses problems and repairs in the areas of electrical, plumbing, carpentry and HVAC, and repairs/replaces appliances as needed. This includes but is not limited to: windows, doors, all fixtures, painting, grout and tile work, keys and locks and grounds maintenance including snow removal from walkways, parking lots and buildings.
• Maintains an inventory of supplies and complies with OSHA regulations
• Responds to all service requests and on-call emergencies in a timely and professional manner, as directed by the Community Manager or Service Manager
• Assists in maintaining the exterior of the property daily to provide clean and appealing curb appeal at all times.
• Inspect the property to insure that all is in order and Service Manager is aware of any maintenance or safety issues
• Timely completion of work order requests and in accordance with company policies and procedures. .
• Provide preventive maintenance for all buildings’ systems, equipment and components.
• Prepare vacant units to be market ready within company guidelines
• Be aware of all utility meter cut-offs, apartment and fixture cut-offs, sewer cleanouts.
• Report to immediate supervisor any problems and/or issues relating to safety or management of the property.
• Available for weekend work, on-call rotation and emergency service call duties.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Strong verbal and written communication skills required.
• Basic computer skills, including industry software a plus.
• Knowledge of Federal Fair Housing Laws & Guidelines a plus.
• Knowledge of all hand and power tools, cleaning supplies, and protective equipment.
• Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation.
• Strong attention to detail, organizational, time-management and problem solving skills.
• Superior customer service skills including the ability to manage difficult customers and/or situations.
• Ability to read, write, understand and communicate in English, bilingual skills a plus!

Physical Demands & Work Environment: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50 percent of the time. Occasionally ascends/descends a ladder to service the lights and ceiling fans. Frequently moves equipment weighing up to 100 pounds across sites.
Constantly works in outdoor weather conditions.

Education & Experience:
• High School diploma or equivalent required. Some trade school desired or 5 years of progressive responsibility in property management, hospitality or retail experience required.
• Minimum of 2 years of advanced hands-on repair experience at Technician II level in one or more building trades
• Industry-Trade certifications/Degrees (NAHMS, CAMT, OSHA, HVAC, ETC) required

The Community Builders, Inc., is committed to ensuring diversity in its workplace, and applicants from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.


Please follow this link to apply http://www.tcbinc.org/careers/index.html

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February 24, 2016
Lansdale/Hatfield, PA
Admissions Coordinator

Advanced Living Management & Development, an established property development management company with affordable senior communities throughout Montgomery County, PA, is seeking a seasoned Admissions Coordinator for two 60-unit adjoining LIHTC properties. Understanding of LIHTC and HUD guidelines is a must.

Generous benefits package after 90 days, ongoing training and continuing education. All candidates must meet our criminal background and screening criteria.

If you are motivated, experienced working within the affordable housing industry, and are seeking new challenges in a fast-paced environment, please send resume with salary requirements via email to k.mckessy@advancedlivingcommunities.org or fax to 215-362-8242.

EOE.

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February 24, 2016
Senior Accountant
Lafayette Hill, PA

Presby's Inspired Life is looking for a full time Senior Accountant to join the finance team at our Community Support Center in Lafayette Hill, PA.

General Responsibilities

Ensures the accurate and timely reporting of financial information for assigned Presby locations, including managed and sponsored affordable housing communities. Completes month end close, maintains and updates all required schedules monthly, completes bank reconciliations monthly, and performs monthly, quarterly, and YTD financial analysis as needed. Also, is an integral part in year end audits and tax return preparation for assigned communities gathering and completing all requested information. Provides exceptional customer service in support of Presby's Inspired Life Service from the Heart.

Essential Duties
1) Runs and reviews financial statements for assigned communities on a monthly basis as soon as accounts receivable and accounts payable close is completed. Ensures that financial statement reports and variance tie to the general ledger system and that all reports foot and cross foot.

2) Based on this review, completes general ledger journal entries for the assigned communities to ensure financial statements are reported on the accrual basis in accordance with GAAP.

3) Prior to the close of accounts receivable and accounts payable post other known general ledger entries based on standard monthly processes and reconciliation reviews completed after prior month end close.

4) Updates the fixed asset sub-ledger for all communities as capital projects are completed. Completes fixed asset journal entries as needed and completes monthly posting of depreciation expense for all market rate communities.

5) Completes bank reconciliations for all cash and investment accounts for the assigned communities.

6) Maintains balance sheet work papers that support all account balances on a monthly basis.

7) Has a strong understanding of all assigned communities and has the ability to analyze balance sheet and income statement questions in an accurate and timely manner.

8) Works with the community managers and assistant directors as needed when they have questions.

9) Assists with the annual budget process as requested.

10) Assists senior accountants with their duties as necessary.

11) Informs Controller of areas on concern in a timely manner as completing the financial statement review process.

12) Assists the Controller on an as needed basis with projects.

13) Obtains continuing education as needed for affordable housing to ensure appropriate accounting per the HUD regulations.

14) Thinks through processes in a way to continue to improve efficiency and effectiveness, bringing new ideas to the Controller.

Other Duties
1. Performs tasks which support the essential functions of the job, but which may be changed based upon circumstances and needs.

2. Provides support and back-up to other accounting staff.

3. Serves as a resource to facilities' staff on their financial statements.

Basic Qualifications
Education/Training: Bachelor's Degree in accounting or related study. Demonstrated knowledge of nonprofit, , Housing and Urban Development (HUD) affordable housing, and Low Income Housing Tax Credit affordable housing accounting practices and standards.

Skill(s): Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel spreadsheet software. Ability to solve complicated complaints, inquiries, and issues involving financial statements. Also must be able to communicate effectively in both oral and written form. Must possess the ability to meet stringent deadlines, prioritize work, and operate in a fast paced environment.

Experience: Two years senior accountant level experience in related professional accounting work.

To Apply: visit www.presbysinspiredlife.org/employment

Presby's Inspired Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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February 22, 2016
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Dover, DE

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February 22, 2016
Administrative Specialist II
Dover, DE

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February 10, 2016

Senior Housing Manager

Community House, of Presby’s Inspired Life is looking for a full time Senior Housing Manager!

General Responsibilities


Manages and supervises the overall operations of residential apartment building(s) with subsidized housing for elderly and/or disabled persons. Assumes compliance with all requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), PA Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) and state and local government agencies. Responsibilities include management of property and facility maintenance, employees, unit rentals, certifications, fiscal services, regulatory compliance and strategic operating plan. Also directs, and may assist, resident social service contacts and delivery of services. Provides exceptional customer service in support of Presby's Service from the Heart.

Essential Duties

Leadership


1. Maintains thorough, current, personal knowledge of governing HUD requirements, regulations, forms and procedures for effective facility management. Complies with Fair Housing Laws according to building type. Ensures buildings are managed in accordance with all regulatory requirements.

2. Develops and implements a process for emergency response and procedures, including 24-hr on-call site supervision system.

3. With approval of the supervisor, takes necessary action to promptly comply with all requirements affecting the development made by federal, state, county or municipal authorities having jurisdiction over the property.

4. Supervises the work and relations of all site staff in facility administration, maintenance, social services, security, and staff development.

Judgment/Decision Making

5. Obtains appropriate review by Assistant Director of Affordable Housing for decisions of employment, performance appraisal, staff development and disciplinary action.

6. Manages the application and admission process, including resident recertifications and admissions. Directs all discharges, move-ins, move-outs, home visits and wait list activities.

7. Manages all security, maintenance and physical property needs, including but not limited to, routine and preventative maintenance, unit refurbishing, equipment inventory, insurance inspections, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Conducts weekly inspections of grounds and building.. Maintains accurate and complete records of inspections. Takes prompt and appropriate corrective action as needed.

Problem Solving/Decision Making

8. Processes any legal actions required to enforce lease requirements.

9. Organizes, develops and manages appropriate Social Service programs, that may be administered to the Service Coordinator to include, but not limited to, resident social, educational, community supportive agencies and health programs, and compliance with all legal and regulatory health and safety provisions. Seeks capacity to bring social support services on site. Makes resident referrals to appropriate social support agencies, or counsel residents or their families for placement to other residential settings as needed.

10. Develops and implements a system for the delivery of all required services to residents, including the immediate acknowledgment of complaints with prompt action to correct deficiencies.

Teamwork

11. Assists as assigned with routine facility fiscal management, including rent collection, budget preparation and implementation, monthly HAP/PRAC and vendor voucher preparation and approval, and the bidding for, and negotiation of, selected contracts.

Customer Service

12. Meets with residents individually and in groups to review lease and house rules. Meets with resident council at their request. Provides appropriate support for activities and plans.

Fiscal Responsibility

13. Ensures accuracy and is accountable for all agency and community reports. Completes vacancy and special claims reports timely.

14. Maintains sound rent collection procedures, including following up on delinquent accounts. Ensures financial solvency by monitoring all costs and implementing a system for achieving 0% rent delinquency.

Other Duties

1. Acquires general knowledge about and familiarizes self with, the facility history in order to translate its applicability to day to day business operations and HUD requirements.

2. Performs tasks which are supportive in nature to the essential functions of the job, but which may be altered or re-designed depending upon individual circumstances.

3. Keeps supervisor informed of building activities/issues or other relevant information.

4. Participates in the staff meetings including the HUD Staff and any corporate meetings or training sessions.

Equipment/machines used in the performance of this job

The incumbent must maintain skills necessary to safely and efficiently operate the following equipment and machines used in the performance of this job:

1. Computer
2. Fax
3. Copier/Scanner

Basic Qualifications

Experience: Minimum one year of experience in property management, preferably federally subsidized housing, coupled with a working familiarity of relevant area social service agencies.

Education/Training: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in field related to human services or management. Certificate of Occupancy Specialist preferred, although certificate can be obtained after hire.

Skills: Requires excellent skills in oral, written and interpersonal communications; also strong skills in basic accounting, budgeting and financial planning. Must be computer literate, especially in relevant software, including Excel. Must demonstrate excellent analysis, problem solving, organization and supervisory skills in the delivery of housing and social services for elderly and physically disabled residents of the facility.

Presby's Inspired Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Interested candidates should apply online - www.presbysinspirdlife.org/employment

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January 21, 2016

Housing Management Representative I
Harrisburg Office, PA

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Send cover letter with resume and salary requirements by email to hrdept@phfa.org or by mail to:

Human Resources Division
PA Housing Finance Agency
P.O. Box 8029
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8029
717-780-1987 Fax

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex or any other legally protected category.

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December 22, 2015
Housing Project Loan Specialist
Dover, DE


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November 18, 2015
Affordable Housing Community Manager
Trenton, NJ

Altman Management Company, a well-established regional property management company with both affordable and market rent apartment communities through New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, is seeking a talented, experienced Affordable Housing Community Manager for their Trenton, NJ property. This is an 80 unit LIHTC property. A working understanding of all regulatory compliance and ability to meet all required deadlines is a must. Yardi experience a plus. Resident relations will be a focused priority. Previous managerial experience required to lead a team of leasing and maintenance staff.

Full benefits after 90 days, ongoing training and continuing education. All candidates must meet our criminal, credit and drug-free screening criteria.

If you are a top-notch professional, preferably with tax credit certification, in the affordable housing industry, please send resume with salary requirements via e-mail to hr@altmanco.com or fax to 215-461-6004. EOE

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November 17, 2015
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY:
Inglis enables people with disabilities – and those who care for them – to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. InglisHousing Corporation (IHC) is seeking aMaintenance Technician for a scattered site portfolio who is responsible for all phases of a residential apartment community’s physical plant maintenance and general upkeep. He/she will be responsible for the completion of maintenance tasks as assigned. Inventory control and oversight of porter and janitorial functions. To direct and control all maintenance and engineering vendors and resources to the extent that the property is well maintained at all times.

Minimum of High School Diploma or GED required. College level degree or coursework in engineering preferred and/or fiveyears experience as a Property Management Worker. Current/Valid PA driver’s license; registered, insured and operable automobile.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
The Maintenance Technician will:
• Receive and complete maintenance work orders daily
• Maintain the Preventative Maintenance schedule and Schedule required preventative maintenance tasks
• Complete required reports including monthly inventory and work order completion logs
• Provide oversight to Janitor, Porter and/or Assistant Maintenance personnel as well as contractors and vendors
• Exercise control over and adhere to assigned budgets

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
• Knowledgeable of all small hand tools
• Basic understanding of major mechanical components in an apartment community.
• Intermediate skill in plumbing, electrical, carpentry and HVAC repairs, installation or replacement.
• Basic computer and internet capabilities
• Able to effectively, respectfully and compassionately communicate with community’s’ residents.
• Effective emergency management skills
• Capable of following and providing instructions.
• Experience working with people with various physical or mental abilities is a plus.

The ideal candidate must also have excellent customer service skills, be organized with an attention to detail, be able to quickly adapt to a changing environment and have effective oral and written communication skills. All duties must be performed with the highest level of integrity, adhere to Inglis Standards of Excellence, and support principles of person centeredness. All duties will be executed in accordance with Inglis policies and procedures and adhere to all regulatory requirements

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
• Minimum of High School Diploma or GED required.
• College-level degree or coursework in engineering preferred and/or five years experience as a Property Management Maintenance Worker.
• Experience with supervising staff
• Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
• Strong organizational skills

REQUIRED BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES
• Demonstrates understanding and endorsement of Inglis’ Mission, Vision and Standards of Excellence
• Demonstrates respect and value of consumers’ choices, decisions, and preferences, accepts diversity in others, and treats all individuals with respect
• Demonstrates personal integrity, credibility, and flexibility within the scope of position responsibilities
• Demonstrates the ability to understand, interpret, and uphold Inglis policies
• Demonstrates the ability to utilize a wide range of appropriate knowledge, skills, and attributes to achieve desired outcome and to incorporate new knowledge and skills into work performance within scope of the job responsibilities

Inglis welcomes great people without regard to disability, race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, military service, marital status, or any other characteristics, as protected by law. We encourage all Protected Veterans and the long-term unemployed to apply.

Please send resume to Inglis, Attn: Heather Dandrea, Human Resources, 2600 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131 or via email to heather.dandrea@inglis.org or daniell.white@inglis.org EOE, M/F/D/V

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November 17, 2015
Assistant Community Manager
Philadelphia, PA


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October 7, 2015

US Department of HUD
New York, Boston and Baltimore

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October 7, 2015
Service Maintenance Manager
Philadelphia, PA

The Community Builders, Inc. (TCB) is one of the leading nonprofit developers of mixed-income housing in the United States. Our mission is to build and sustain strong communities where people of all incomes can achieve their full potential. We realize our mission by developing, financing and operating high-quality housing and implementing neighborhood self-help initiatives to drive economic opportunity for our residents. Since 1964, we have constructed or preserved more than 320 affordable and mixed-income housing developments and secured more than $2.5 billion in project financing from public and private sources. Today, we own or manage more than 10,000 apartments in 14 states and Washington, D.C. We are headquartered in Boston with regional hubs in Chicago and Washington. Due to anticipated growth and ongoing needs, we are searching for a Finance Project Associate to join our team.

Position Description:
Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Service Maintenance Manager (SMM) is responsible for all the physical operations of the community, particularly the preservation and maintenance of the asset, preparation of market ready homes and providing ongoing service to the residents. The SMM promotes consistent adherence to TCB standard operating policies and the employee handbook ensuring that the mission of The Community Builders is reflected by the site team. A primary role of the SMM is to deliver leadership, mentoring and direction to enhance the skills of employees and foster a collaborative, positive work environment in accordance with the policies, procedures and operating budget, increasing NOI and cash flow and providing a quality living environment for all residents.

Essential Functions:
• Review and analysis of monthly financial statements with the Community Managers to enhance knowledge, create efficiencies and develop plans to meet or exceed budget goals.
• Assure compliance with The Community Builders policies and procedures as they pertain to financial monitoring controls (i.e., purchase orders, turn costs, Replacement/Reserve withdrawal requests, bids & contracts), all regulatory requirements and procedures in assuring accuracy and compliance in a timely manner.
• Provide leadership and pre-audit tactics for agency audits and inspections, meetings with residents and REAC inspections. Assure ongoing preparation for annual HUD REAC, Investor, and other lender inspectors. Supervise and direct on-site team members.
• Recruit,select, train, coach, manage and motivate team members. Provide timely feedback regarding performance. Responsible for scheduling maintenance work and submittal of time sheets for site staff.
• Deliver frequent coaching and verbal feedback, complete written performance evaluations for all maintenance members in accordance with company guidelines and recommend compensation and promotions.
• Scheduling of turns to meet 3-5 day process. Daily inspections of team and vendor work in apartment turns.
• Identify maintenance issues and schedule work needed as a result of those inspections.
• Oversee and schedule vendors as needed for preparation and completion of vacant units to be market ready within company guidelines.
• Effectively manage and schedule the dispatching, verification and completion of work orders in Yardi/BP, work orders, turnovers, preventative maintenance items and special projects, in a timely manner and sensitive to residents. Review completed work orders, record comments and make notations of any damage charges.
• To be safety minded and knowledgeable of OSHA regulations and environmental hazards associated with products used in the work of the maintenance department, and of any hazards known or found to be present on the property and maintain a safe environment for residents, staff and visitors.
• Manage all aspects of inventory including stocking, and inventorying of supplies and materials to ensure site is meeting the Net Operating Income and controlling expenses.
• Assist procurement and performance for all services relating to maintenance including, but not limited to, vendor service and general contracts, such as waste disposal, preventative maintenance, pest management, capital projects and repairs of the physical plant, site and all associated equipment in a safe and workmanlike manner.
• Manage and plan for all preventative maintenance needs of the property and maintain reports and logs relative to replacement and maintenance with warranty dates and serial numbers for HVAC equipment, appliances, vehicles, large power tools and equipment.
• Be aware, determine cost and track of anticipated capital improvements such as carpet, asphalt, HVAC, hazard and roofing repair and replacement.
• Manage As-Built drawings, Warranty Records, Operations and Maintenance Manual; and product documentation including warranty, manufacturer and contractor contacts.
• Prepare and manage logs and inspection reports for the Preventative maintenance Plan which includes: boiler pressures and temperature, hallway graffiti, elevators, life safety, emergency lighting, snow logs, stair condition, outside inspections and certifications, etc.
• Manage shop and maintenance garage / storage areas for organization, inventory and safety compliance.
• Coordination of any notices that need to go out to residents (Interruption of utilities for emergency scheduled work, annual inspections, REAC inspections) allowing 48 hours to residents when possible.
• Set example for other Service Staff in matters of dress, appearance and demeanor.
• Available for 24-hour emergencies and maintenance on-call rotation.
• Other duties that arise may be assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Strong Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Yardi or other industry software experience required
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
• Knowledge of Federal Fair Housing Laws & Guidelines a plus
• “Excellent Customer Service” skills required
• Bilingual “a plus”
• Leadership skills and understanding of effective management of personal development and career paths for all employees desired
• Ability to forecast out 5 years for capital needs.

Physical Demands & Work Environment:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50 percent of the time.
• Commutable radius to property
• Occasionally ascends/descends a ladder to service the lights and ceiling fans.
• Frequently moves equipment weighing up to 50 pounds across sites.
• Constantly works in outdoor weather conditions.

Education & Experience:
• High School diploma or equivalent required. Some college or trade school desired or 5 years of progressive responsibility in property management, hospitality or retail experience required.
• 3+ years of multi-site, multi-family multi-property type operational management experience, preferably with a portfolio of properties that contain a mix of residential property types or a comparable role in hotel/resort/retail management.
• Must demonstrate a minimum of 4 years advanced experience in hands on plumbing, HVAC, carpentry, appliance and electrical repairs.
• Experience in training, budget development and managing expenses; bid and managing vendors, service and general building contractors are essential skills.
• One or more industry-Trade certifications/Degrees (NAHMS, CAMT, OSHA, HVAC, ETC) preferred.
• Willingness to get certification within 6 months of hiring to meet any specific site/area needs.
• Knowledge of all hand and power tools, cleaning supplies, and protective equipment.

The Community Builders, Inc. is committed to ensuring diversity in its workplace, and candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please follow this link to apply http://www.tcbinc.org/careers/index.html

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October 7, 2015
Assistant Community Manager
Philadelphia, PA

The Community Builders, Inc. (TCB) is the leading nonprofit developer of mixed-income housing in the United States. Our mission is to build and sustain strong communities where people of all incomes can achieve their full potential. We realize our mission by developing, financing and operating high-quality housing and implementing neighborhood self-help initiatives to drive economic opportunity for our residents. Since 1964, we have constructed or preserved over 320 affordable and mixed-income housing developments and secured over $2.5 billion in project financing from public and private sources. Today, we own or manage more than 10,000 apartments in 14 states and Washington, D.C. We are headquartered in Boston with regional hubs in Chicago and Washington.

Position Description:
Under the direction of the Community Manager the Assistant Community Manager is responsible for all phases of the property operations and to act in that capacity in the absence of the Community Manager. Emphasis on administration of the property operations and achievement of leasing goals, assistance in monitoring the financial operation of the property to meet the goals of the budget and revenue goals of the property, resident retention and providing a quality living experience for the residents. Accountable to work in partnership with the Community Manager to find ways to improve the performance of the business and services provided to the residents. Responsible for conformity with the company standard operating procedures, adherence to the TCB’s Mission Statement and ensuring that the site is in compliance with all local, state and federal regulatory requirements.

Essential Functions:
• Assist with the day-to-day operations of the property through excellent communication and feedback.
• Assist in preparation of budget and MOR. Meet revenue, occupancy and resident satisfaction goals.
• Monitor, direct and track performance of leasing, retention and re-certifications to meet a minimum of 97% physical occupancy.
• Prepare Resident re-certifications and leasing applications, verifications, data entry, occupancy agreements and reports.
• Adhere to the Tenant Selection Plan, Fair Housing regulations and any other regulatory requirements. Screen prospect application and income qualifications to assure compliance.
• Anticipate vacancies and be proactive in insuring that occupancy remains at budgeted levels. Keep informed of market conditions and update competitive market analysis quarterly.
• Enter/code invoices, post rents, make deposits and maintain accurate resident ledger accounts in Yardi timely. Review and have a thorough understanding of all related Yardi reports.
• Monitor the rent balance due for all residents and take appropriate actions to collect rents on time. Contact delinquent residents, send out late or quit notices as required.
• Communicate with the Community Manager, Resident Specialist, and any Community Life staff to keep them apprised of issues.
• Develop a thorough understating of all aspects of managing a property. This will include: business goals, budgeting, risk management, physical assets, maintenance, compliance, reporting and personnel management.
• Oversee the operations of the office to include; office hours, filing, computer systems, reports, etc.
• Answer phones (by the 3rd ring using company greeting) and greet visitors. Make all feel welcome and that they are important to us.
• Inspects property, picks up litter, reports service needs to Community Manager or Service Maintenance manager.
• Handle resident issues and concerns, partner with Community Manager as needed.
• Inspect market ready units for acceptance to lease and for resident move in.
• Assist in recruitment, training, supervision and motivation of team members and participate in the preparation of the annual reviews and performance management process.
• Perform other duties are required.
• Additional Responsibilities:
• Attend trainings, seminars and conferences.
• If site does not have a Resident Specialist, the Assistant Community Manager will assume these responsibilities.
• Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Initiative and the ability to deal with multiple tasks at one time
• Aptitude for numbers and complex analysis/ accounts receivable and accounts payable
• Outstanding people skills and the ability to motivate others
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills required

Physical Demands & Work Environment:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• The employee is occasionally required to move around the building or site.
• May require travel dependent on business needs.
• Must work under deadlines and ability to meet deadlines.
• Frequently moves equipment weighing up to 50 pounds across site.
• Constantly works in outdoor weather conditions.
• The person in this position needs to occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.
• Education & Experience:
• College degree or 3+ years progressive career path in Residential Property Management, Hotel, Hospitality or Retail Management required
• 2+ years of experience in Property Management, Hotel, Hospitality or Retail required
• Industry designations (COS, LIHTC, ARM®, etc.) preferred
o Ability to achieve certification within 6 months of hiring to meet any specific site/area needs
• Knowledge of all regulatory programs, polices and Federal Housing Laws and Guidelines required
• Strong Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Yardi or other industry software experience required
• Excellent Customer Service skills required

The Community Builders, Inc. is committed to ensuring diversity in its workplace, and candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please follow this link to apply http://www.tcbinc.org/careers/index.html

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September 22, 2015
Property Manager
Elverson, PA

Fairville Management Company, LLC is seeking an experienced Property Manager for a Senior Tax Credit Community in Elverson, PA. Only qualified applicants with a minimum of 2 years of program experience need apply. Candidate must have strong communication, supervisory and organizational skills. The Property Manager is responsible for all aspects of daily operations of the rental property and staff. This includes but is not limited to leasing, income certification, resident relations, rental collection, court proceedings, inspections, compliance and financial reporting.

Please visit our website www.fairvillemanagement.com to apply or email your resume to kathyc@fairvillemanagement.com.

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September 21, 2015

Presby’s Inspired Life is looking for multiple Maintenance Technicians. Please visit our website to apply online www.presbysinspiredlife.org/employment

General Responsibilities

Responsible for the physical plant of the community responding to repair needs including emergency requirements. Trains staff, performs repairs, maintains inventory as directed, and implements emergency procedures, reporting pertinent information to the immediate supervisor; responding to inquiries or requests for information. Provides exceptional customer service in support of Presby’s Service from the Heart.

Essential Duties

1. Carries out assigned tasks within throughout the site or facility in order to ensure maintenance and upkeep of the community.
2. Completes assigned and directed work orders, plans tasks to ensure compliance with applicable codes and all legal and regulatory health, safety and security provisions.
3. Maintains written records of actions taken, communicating appropriately to the site supervisor(s).
4. Responds to emergency and service needs on a 24-hour basis.
5. As assigned, trains and supervises other maintenance staff; and works with and oversee non-employee contractors.
6. Maintains the physical structure, grounds, and exterior of the community. Maintain site equipment and appliances.
7. Completes preventive maintenance tasks.
8. Completes specific safety program assignments which may include fire prevention, building security, grounds security, snow removal, and control/removal of all safety hazards.
9. As assigned, assists with development of annual budget for the Maintenance Department and monitors cost of the department tasks and/or work orders.
10. Completes Task Lists as assigned.

Other Duties

1. Perform tasks which are supportive in nature to the essential functions of the job, but which may be altered or redesigned depending upon individual circumstances.

Equipment/machines used in the performance of this job

1. Telephone
2. Office equipment – copier, fax, etc.
3. Safety and security monitoring systems
4. Maintenance and Grounds keeping tools and equipment--manual and powered
5. Communications radio/pager
6. Facility vehicles

Basic Qualifications

Experience: Minimum three years experience in any property maintenance trade including HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and/or carpentry.

Education/Training: High school graduate or GED. Vocational-technical training or three years on-the-job training in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, or carpentry. Valid PA driver’s license.

Skill(s): Use of hand and power tools, read blueprints, schematics, technical specifications, and wiring diagrams. Moderate reading, writing, and mathematical skills, interpersonal relations, and communication skills.

Presby’s Inspired Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Please visit ww.presbysinspiredlife.org/employment to apply online.

 

 

 

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