*Hiring Bonus* This position is eligible for a $2,000 hiring bonus. Apply to learn more! The mission of the Housing Authority of the City of Aurora (AHA) is to develop and promote quality housing while supporting and encouraging economic opportunities leading to self-sufficiency and independence. AHA accomplishes this mission by providing affordable or subsidized housing at 9 different properties, administering approximately 1200 vouchers (HCV, FUP and VASH) and offering 2 homeless programs with case management. AHA is a friendly, confident work environment in which the open exchange of ideas and information is encouraged. At AHA, we know that our reputation is built upon the acts of each employee. AHA offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including health and dental insurance, 3 weeks of vacation after 2 years of service, 12 paid holidays per year, STD/LTD and a 401(k) retirement plan. AHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
1. Responsible for the completion of requested property accounting functions by assigned due dates. 2. Inspects apartments after move out to determine the security deposit dispositions. 3. Keeps abreast of property conditions, and to makes suggestions and initiates action to make needed improvements. 4. Assures compliance with all regulations for funding sources (e.g., LIHTC, RTC, Project Based Section 8, Public Housing etc.). 5. Give direction and delegate tasks to property staff. May be responsible for more than one property. 6. Lease apartments when needed. This includes but is not limited to the following duties: a. Completes reference and credit checks to assure AHA leasing guidelines are followed. . b. Receive and process completed applications including the determining of eligibility under the program guidelines. c. Prepares lease documents, addendums, and community policies for all residents. d. Coordinate move-in of new residents. e. Inspect move-ins to assure staff and vendors are performing their jobs in such as manner as to meet company standards f. Complete unit inspection with resident on or before move-in. g. Advise resident of proper operation of appliances. h. Provide Resident Handbook to new residents, outlining the community policies, location of schools, stores and important phone numbers. i. Performs follow-up of any concerns or additional work orders that were noted in the move in inspection or lease signing process. 7. Monitors advertising to assure full occupancy. Keeps waiting list(s) current. 8. Enforces and follows all Fair Housing rules and regulations. 9. Delivers any posting to residents 10. Is available to take all resident complaints, including but not limited to: repair requests, resident relations, towing, and resident assistance.
Strong knowledge of Housing Program Regulations and Compliance including experience with the following programs: Tax Credits, Project-based Section 8, and Public Housing. High School diploma or equivalent. Must have reliable transportation, a valid Drivers License, and be current with all necessary insurance. Solid knowledge of Fair Housing Laws Solid leasing and resident relation skills Solid computer skills Minimum of one year of experience Ability to give direction and appropriately delegate responsibility to staff and to promote the willingness of a response. The ability to troubleshoot, recognizes potential problems, and offer alternatives.
Applicants: Please be advised that Project-based Section 8 experience is strongly preferred. If you have this experience, please ensure that it is noted on your resume or application. This job has a starting salary of $58,000 – $62,000/annually, depending on experience. PandoLogic. Category: Real Estate, Keywords: Property Manager – Multifamily
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