As a Regional Vice President, you will have responsibility for overseeing the operational aspects and the continued profitability of multiple manufactured home communities. You’ll be in charge of overseeing everything from budgeting, capital improvements, human resource management, marketing, and retailer relations, to community enhancement and curb appeal, leasing and home sales of new and pre-owned homes and, most importantly, resident relations.
This position will office out of the western Ohio or eastern Indiana area.
Determine and approve staffing levels of each community.
Coordinate education and training of team members to enhance skill development.
Develop and implement marketing programs and advertising plans, including strategies and activities to achieve targeted results.
Coordinate the purchase of new and pre-owned home inventory; develop pre-owned home listing and brokerage plan.
Develop and implement effective retailer relations programs.
Conduct on-site inspections and ensure each community is consistently maintained and groomed to Company’s curb appeal standards.
Ensure customers and residents receive the highest level of service consistent with Company’s Customer Service philosophy.
Handle and resolve resident complaints and issues in a timely and professional manner.
Oversee implementation of annual capital improvement program.
Create, monitor and manage annual operating and sales budgets for each community.
Prepare monthly P&L variance explanations, including a corrective action plan where needed.
Develop annual occupancy, lease-up and sales projections; implement programs to achieve them.
Ensure internal control practices are adhered to and monitor for compliance.
Meet and maintain communication with residents, homeowner associations or boards.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate, Hospitality, Business or related field
Minimum of 5 years property management experience, including 2 years supervisory experience
Demonstrated leadership abilities
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local laws pertaining to fair housing and employment law
Strong organizational skills
Working knowledge of basic accounting principles
Ability to travel frequently with overnight stays
Basic computer proficiency, including the ability to use email, internet and Microsoft Office Suite; experience using Yardi, preferred
Flexibility to respond to community needs during non-business hours
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