The Executive Property Manager is responsible for the same responsibilities as a Property Manager, with added responsibility due to the size of the community or number of communities he/she oversees.
Supervisory position with authority, responsibility, and accountability to plan, implement and monitor operation, profitability, quality service and resident relations. Oversee all aspects of running a multi-unit residential community, including budgets, physical Service, advertising, leasing and pricing. Effectively create a marketing and management program to maintain optimum occupancy levels, income, and value of community. Effectively select, hire, train, motivate, counsel and reward employees.
Typical working environment is in an office setting on a multi-unit residential community, working with a personal computer at a desk and a telephone. Travel to attend Training is required. Travel between communities may be required. May entail local travel to purchase supplies, make deposits, and/or attend events on an as needed basis. May also involve greeting and taking prospective residents to vacant apartments in a multi-level apartment community. May be subject to outdoor weather conditions ranging from rain or snow to excessive heat during summer months.
Medical/Dental/Vision benefits, 401K plan, paid vacation/sick/holiday
Eligible for monthly commissions and incentive bonuses
1. Three to five years experience in property management or management experience in related industry preferred.
2. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to effectively communicate with residents, staff, and other suppliers or vendors to ensure efficient operation of office activities. Proven customer service skills and previous supervisory experience showing leadership ability and motivational and negotiating skills are also required.
3. Must have experience working with computers and be proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook). Prior experience working with community management software and web-based programs is preferred.
4. Work with multiple deadlines, maintaining efficiency and control over projects assigned within time frames allowed and changing priorities.
5. Have a basic knowledge of bookkeeping or accounting theory and procedures. This knowledge may be acquired through courses in accounting in high school or college, or three to six months on-the-job training.
6. Have basic knowledge of leasing agreements and terminology. Have basic understanding of landlord/tenant laws and fair housing regulations. This could be learned with three to six months on-the-job training.
7. Ability to assess a situation and come to an appropriate decision quickly.
8. Must be able to work scheduled hours and have flexibility for periodic additional hours, depending on work flow and emergencies.
Leasing (Contract Law)