Property Manager

The Manager's main responsibilities include; the overall daily operations and management of the property, as well as all of the activities within leasing, revenue management, fiscal planning, resident, and community relations.

Direct and participate in the daily operations of the property
Participate in developing a budget for the property
Responsible for implementing and completing a successful turn that ensures resident satisfaction
Performs monthly unit inspections, as well as prior to move-in and move-out
Prepare and execute a marketing plan
Assist with leasing duties as needed and approving all new leases
Overseeing the risk management and emergency procedures
Managing staff including; hiring, training, and developing
Maintain positive resident relations
Responsible for purchases for the property and monitoring all expenses
Maintaining system for service requests
Reporting on payroll and employee records
Maintain the resident database, accounts receivable, and accounts payable records
Bachelor degree strongly preferred, high school diploma required
4 years experience in various positions in a residential rental community is required
2 years of experience as a Property Manager with a proven track record of achievements
Student housing experience is strongly preferred
Proven proficiency in all areas of property management operations
Strong financial, organizational, analytical and decision-making skills
Strong internet, word processing and spreadsheet skills
Must have excellent communication, management, and people skills
Proficiency in YARDI

Compensation & Benefits
Our investment in you includes excellent compensation, outstanding training, and great benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, 401(k) and more.

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