The Community Manager will have a
proven track record of successfully managing multifamily properties, including student
housing properties, utilizing superior communication skills and a positive
attitude. Community Managers directly supervise the property’s on-site staff to
ensure implementation of all corporate policies and procedures.
Reporting: Prepare accurate and
timely reports (monthly, quarterly, annually and ad hoc) detailing cash flow,
budget variances, market studies, and business strategies.
Budget and Expense and Program
Goals: Assist in developing annual budgets, and executing on same, including
managing expenses and achieving company goals, including revenue, occupancy,
social programs, and other aspects of the Foundation’s mission.
Capital Improvements: Work with the
Regional Manager and corporate team to review and inspect all capital replacement
plans; ensure all are within the scope of the approved budget.
Market Research: Maintain detailed
knowledge of the local market and competition and develop tailored marketing
plans with strategies to prelease for the following school year.
Vendor Management: Solicit bids and negotiate
with vendors in preparation for turn.
Tenant Relations: Lead the on-site
team in tenant satisfaction matters.
Routine Legal Matters: Lead on-site
staff in evictions and other routine legal matters.
Fair Housing and Legal Compliance:
Remain abreast of federal and state legal developments as they pertain to our
business, including Fair Housing, EEO, OSHA, and ADA, and assist in assuring
Process Improvement: Assist in
ongoing process improvement, including revisions of policies and procedures.
Employee Reviews and Compensation:
Review performance and recommend (or approve as appropriate) employee
Site Inspections: Personally inspect
the property on a regular basis (both scheduled and unscheduled visits),
assuring the marketability of the community, both interior and exterior.
The Community Manager will report
directly to a Regional Manager, and will have the following credentials and
qualifications (required for consideration for the position):
At least four (3) years prior
experience in on-site multifamily property management, at least one (1) of
which must have been a Property Manager / Community Manager with student
High School degree (or GED)
Preferences (preferred, but not required):
Professional Designation or
Certification indicating property management expertise (e.g., CPM, ARM, CAM,
COS, or equivalent designation from a recognized MF industry organization)
Prior experience in student housing
Proficiency with Yardi property
Demonstrated ability to effectively
recruit, retain, manage, direct, train, motivate and lead both office and
Prior experience evaluating employee
performance, and coaching and developing team members
housing marketing, leasing and resident placement.
Employees must fulfill the
performance standards of this position and comply with policies, rules and
procedures of the company, including those set out in the Employee Handbook, or
otherwise communicated (verbally or in writing) to employees.
This job description is intended to
describe the general nature and work responsibilities of the position. This job
description and the duties of this position are subject to change, modification
and addition as deemed necessary by the company. Employees are required to
comply with supervisory instructions and perform other job duties,
responsibilities and assignments requested by supervisors, managers or other
The job responsibilities of this
position may include cross training in other functions or positions to ensure
satisfactory operation of the department or work area.
Atlantic Housing Foundation, Inc. is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled