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Please Note: Candidates must have at least 5 years of property management experience in the State of California and a California Real Estate Salesperson's License in order to qualify for this position.


We are seeking an experienced Property Manager to join our rapidly growing residential and commercial portfolio of properties. Located in San Jose, California we are an established business with 25+ years' track record of success.


Our Ideal Candidate:



  • You are a reliable, on-time team player willing and able to collaborate with others.

  • You possess exceptional customer service skills and have been recognized for these skills in the past.

  • You are highly organized, embracing multiple apps, calendars and other software to help you manage your day and for task follow-up.

  • Confident and with excellent written and verbal communications skills, you are able to handle stressful situations with a calm, positive attitude.

  • You are a problem-solver with the natural ability to identify and resolve issues before they escalate.

  • You are self-driven and love multi-tasking, easily able to juggle multiple projects and tasks and prioritize them to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

  • You are able to manage capital projects, tenant improvements and maintenance emergencies, negotiating vendor bids and coordinating with multiple vendors.


Job Responsibilities:


Should you accept, your role will be to oversee a portfolio of 150+ units. Key requirements to your position are:



  • Building client and tenant loyalty through quick responses and follow through, and excellent customer service.

  • Managing all aspects of assigned properties, including inspecting and arranging maintenance to meet standards established by the property owner and the company.

  • Negotiating leases on behalf of our clients.

  • Advertise, market and show vacant Units to attract tenants.

  • Detail oriented and highly organized your success will be measured by your ability to accomplish financial goals while maintaining positive and productive relationships with tenants and owners.


Other Duties: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.


Qualifications:


● Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or relative field a plus


● Valid Real Estate agent/broker license REQUIRED


● 5+ years’ experience as Property Manager


● Familiarity with industry legal rules and guidelines


● Knowledge of MS Office and property management software (Yardi, AppFolio or similar)


Salary: $55,000 - $65,000 commensurate with experience.  Bonus opportunities.


Benefits: $500 monthly contribution


Paid Vacation


Hours: Full-time, 40+ hrs, M-F, limited flexibility after hours or on weekends required


Daily access to a personal vehicle that you can drive for work-related tasks is REQUIRED.


Valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance is REQUIRED.


How to apply: We appreciate your enthusiasm, but no calls or emails, please! Only applications submitted through ZipRecruiter will be considered. . If you seem like a good fit for the job, you’ll hear from our recruiters at Pro R.E.A. Staffing about next steps!


 


Due to the large number of applications we receive, only qualified applicants will be contacted. Thank you for understanding. This is a full-time, direct-hire placement. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.



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Full time property Manager. What is your experience? We are only interested in candidates located in Hayward, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Union City, Fremont, San Mateo County, and Castro Valley. All other locations will not be looked at.

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We are a small local property management company.


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Job Description:


Property Manager, Leasing Agent for Mission Property Management Company


Duties:


· Customer service, friendly person to answer phones


· Manage client communications; owners and tenants


· Show properties to prospective tenants


· Process tenant applications, follow application screening guidelines


· Prepare leases, move in checklists


· Handle maintenance calls from tenants; dispatching repair men, vendors


· Do annual maintenance inspections


· Prepare properties for rent; punch lists


· Manage, supervise all work and repairs ordered for owners


· Follow up on work to ensure timely completion


· Handle vendor bills, follow up on payments and close work orders


· Answering phones scheduling appointments on Outlook calendar


· Scanning files into folders on our hard drive


Requirements:


· Friendly, customer service and office experience needed


· Able to multi task and project manage


· Repair, remodel and construction knowledge helpful


· Good problem resolution skills


· Patient, even temperament and creative thinker


· Real Estate, contract experience helpful but not necessary


· Real Estate license helpful, but not necessary


· Organized, self starter


· Data entry computer filing and record retention


· Time and project management skills


· MS office proficiency; Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher


· Knowledge of local area neighborhoods; Fremont, Newark, Union City


Mission Property Management handles rental housing for home owners who want to be “arms length” from tenant dealings, negotiations and the maintenance needs of their rental homes. We are looking for a full time leasing agent to be assigned properties that they will take total responsibility for. This includes all marketing, leasing, maintenance and repairs. Heavy client contact (both owners and tenants) and negotiations on a daily basis. Experience in real estate, remodeling, construction and our market area (Tri-Cities) are helpful.


Company Description

Mission Property management has been providing real estate services for over 36 years. We have paid holidays, medical benefits, vacation and potential for advancement. We have been growing and need additional people to facilitate our growth.


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Essex offers a comprehensive benefits package that reflects how much we value our associates and their families:For regular full-time associates regularly scheduled to work at least thirty (30) hours per week: Medical, Dental, Pre-tax flex plan, Basic life insurance, Supplemental life, Short and long-term disability, Accidental death insurance plans.For part-time and full-time associates: Employer-matching 401(k) plan that offers financial planning and independent brokerage services. Wellness Program, 24-hour Employee Assistance, Service awards and Paid time-off.The person in this position is responsible for all aspects of the community’s operations and objectives. Accountable for: operating the property budget with the primary objective of increasing the Net Operating Income (NOI) by meeting or exceeding budget for revenue and expense independently; maintaining the physical asset; providing a quality living environment for residents; and establishing a positive and productive working relationship with the staff. This position reports to the Regional Portfolio Manager or Area Manager. This is a 476 unit Lease Up located in Santa Clara, California. Key responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to the following: Oversees the day-to-day financial, sales, marketing, maintenance, and administrative operations of the community Effectively manages personnel throughout their employment lifecycle, i.E., selection through separation. This includes candidate selection, career planning and development, accountability and performance management, and recognition Manage expenses closely and within budget, communicate any overages in advance, actively pursue expense savings. Maintains the highest level of customer service for prospects, residents, vendors, and corporate departments Manages financial performance and remains current on market conditions Pursue revenue via additional opportunities through other income audits; actively participate inrate setting for new leases and renewals ensuring we are maximizing rental income. Compliance with company standards as defined in the Human Resources Policy Manual, Operations Playbook and applicable laws, e.G., Fair Housing, Landlord Tenant, Local Building Codes, OSHA, and EEOCQualifications: High school diploma or equivalent preferred, some college preferred Property management certification strongly preferred Two to five years property management experience preferred or related management experience Lease up experience strongly preferred Proven ability to supervise staff of two or more associates Solid sales, marketing and customer service experience Knowledge of budgets and financial statements and ability to work within budgeted guidelines Proven organizational and time management skills Valid driver license and automobile insurance Ability to read and write English; speak English and understand spoken English Proficient understanding of the Microsoft suite, property management software preferredJob Requirements:PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Job is intermittently sedentary, but requires mobility (i.E., climb stairs) to tour community on a daily basis Will use some repetitive motion of hands/wrists using a computer Requires light lifting ATTENDANCE Position requires ability to work any of the 7 days of the week, 52 weeks of the year. It is critical that individuals possess the ability to work their scheduled hours plus any other hours necessary to complete the job and must attend training classes as scheduled. Work schedules and location assignments are subject to change. Ensure compliance with time management policies including meal and rest periods.


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At Essex, we provide outstanding communities in which to live, work and invest. Our associates are offered competitive salaries, experience career growth, and receive comprehensive benefit packages such as medical, dental, vision, 401k employer match, excellence rewards, wellness programs and more. Essex is committed to engaging, enabling, and empowering associates to thrive. We invite you to experience this exciting employee journey with us!The person in this position is responsible for all aspects of the community’s operations and objectives. Accountable for: operating the property budget with the primary objective of increasing the Net Operating Income (NOI) by meeting or exceeding budget for revenue and expense independently; maintaining the physical asset; providing a quality living environment for residents; and establishing a positive and productive working relationship with the staff. This position reports to the Regional Portfolio Manager or Area Manager. Key responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to the following: Oversees the day-to-day financial, sales, marketing, maintenance, and administrative operations of the community Effectively manages personnel throughout their employment lifecycle, i.E., selection through separation. This includes candidate selection, career planning and development, accountability and performance management, and recognition Manage expenses closely and within budget, communicate any overages in advance, actively pursue expense savings. Maintains the highest level of customer service for prospects, residents, vendors, and corporate departments Manages financial performance and remains current on market conditions Pursue revenue via additional opportunities through other income audits; actively participate inrate setting for new leases and renewals ensuring we are maximizing rental income. Compliance with company standards as defined in the Human Resources Policy Manual, Operations Playbook and applicable laws, e.G., Fair Housing, Landlord Tenant, Local Building Codes, OSHA, and EEOCQualifications: High school diploma or equivalent preferred, some college preferred Property management certification strongly preferred Two to five years property management experience preferred or related management experience Proven ability to supervise staff of two or more associates Solid sales, marketing and customer service experience Knowledge of budgets and financial statements and ability to work within budgeted guidelines Proven organizational and time management skills Ability to read and write English; speak English and understand spoken English Proficient understanding of the Microsoft suite, property management software preferred


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GK is recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the Most Influential Family-Owned Businesses in Los Angeles!


GK Management Co., Inc is a diversified real estate development and management group of companies and partnerships. Its focus is to expand its portfolio of proven and well-located properties including multi-family, industrial, retail, commercial, for-sale and congregate care through acquisition and development while providing stable cash flow to its partners and outside investors.


Responsibilities:



  • Maintain high occupancy level through effective marketing and motivation

  • Keeping informed of market conditions and understanding competitive pricing

  • Prepare lease documents and related paperwork

  • Coordinate maintenance of property w/ appropriate support to keep project quality at IAC standards

  • Develop a motivated community team through effective leadership

  • Thorough inspections and follow-through, strive to maintain and improve value in the community

  • Assist the Regional Manager, as needed in long-range planning

  • Introduce the resident to our apartment procedures

  • Be responsible for after-hours and emergency on-call coverage

  • Perform additional duties as assigned by Regional Manager.

  • Light spiff in vacant units


Requirements:



  • 3+ years property management experience required

  • Conventional, market rate, multi-family experience is required

  • Strong written and verbal communications and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to interact effectively with prospects, residents, peers and management

  • Superior customer service skills


 


Goldrich Kest provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws. Goldrich Kest is committed to providing reasonable accommodation for qualified applicants, and employees with disabilities to ensure they enjoy equal access to all employment opportunities and benefits of employment as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Welcoming you home since 1957


Company Description

GoldrichKest is a diversified real estate development and management group of companies and partnerships. Its focus is to expand its portfolio of proven and well-located properties including multi-family, industrial, retail, commercial, for-sale and congregate care through acquisition and development while providing stable cash flow to its partners and outside investors.


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We are a leader in the property management industry. Our passion for helping people, creating authentic relationships, and common values has established a working environment that undeniably stands out. Every day our associates have the opportunity to collaborate together in a thriving culture with a determined attitude that inspires and rewards original ideas. We provide significant career advancement opportunities, competitive compensation, benefits, and incentive programs.


We are currently seeking an ECA Property Manager!


Responsible for managing daily operations of the property, including supervising team members and resources of the property to achieve established budgeted financial and operational goals.


Responsibilities include:



  • Operate the property within financial guidelines

  • Perform daily physical inspections of the property and coordination with the maintenance team

  • Maintain direct supervision of all staff, including work schedules, the delegation of duties, and conflict resolution

  • Interview and hire all property employees

  • Ensure all policies and procedures are upheld and infractions are properly reported

  • Meet leasing objectives by ensuring proper sales techniques are used including first-hand leasing

  • Exercise independent judgment and discretion to handle and resolve resident requests or concerns

  • Take responsibility for administrative duties including required reporting

  • Implement, design, and maintain a resident retention program, i.e., newsletter, resident referral program and/or social activities

  • Design/maintain a marketing and advertising concept for property staff to implement

  • Ensure property compliance with OSHA, Fair housing, and safety guidelines

  • Investigate and/or report any incidents regarding the residents, employees, vendors or others regarding the property

  • Reside as an on-site resident and serve as a liaison to the local community, having knowledge and familiarity with the local services available to the community residents and having an understanding of the locality where the community is based in order to assist the residents with questions about available local amenities and services

  • Assist new residents in making a positive transition into the community, including making at least one personal introduction with a new resident each month and providing a community packet introduction

  • Attend all community meetings scheduled during normal work shifts; in the event community meetings are scheduled outside of regularly-scheduled work shifts, attend one after-hours community meeting per quarter


 


Requirements:



  • 1-2 years of property management experience

  • Leadership experience

  • Knowledge in Fair Housing

  • Ability to exercise sound judgment

  • Self-motivated with attention to detail

  • Ability to maintain positive relationships with internal and external contacts

  •  Strong communication skills


Additional Information: Spanish Speaking is a plus


Compensation: $20.00 - $22.00 per hour. This is a live-on-site position 


If you are looking for an exciting employment opportunity, we are the employer for you!


Application Link: https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/jobapplication/554431?appsource=ccp 


We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.


 


 


 





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Essex offers a comprehensive benefits package that reflects how much we value our associates and their families:For regular full-time associates regularly scheduled to work at least thirty (30) hours per week: Medical, Dental, Pre-tax flex plan, Basic life insurance, Supplemental life, Short and long-term disability, Accidental death insurance plans.For part-time and full-time associates: Employer-matching 401(k) plan that offers financial planning and independent brokerage services. Wellness Program, 24-hour Employee Assistance, Service awards and Paid time-off.Position is reserved for assets with 500+ units and/or is part of a multi-site management team. The person in this position is responsible for directing the leasing staff and oversees all marketing, renewal and leasing functions. Accountable for: securing appointments and maximizing rentals, meeting budget revenue and expense expectations, providing a quality living environment for residents, performing all administrative duties related to the on-site sales/marketing function, and establishing a positive and productive working relationship with the staff. This position reports to the Community Manager. Key responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to the following: Oversees, in conjunction with the Community Manager and/or Assistant Manager, day-to-day sales, marketing, and administrative operations of the community Monitors and directs leasing and renewal activity providing clear goals and expectations to staff, delegating work and providing coaching when necessary Maintains the highest level of customer service for prospects, residents, vendors, and corporate departments Compliance with company standards as defined in the Human Resources Policy Manual, Operations Playbook and applicable laws, e.G., Fair Housing, Landlord Tenant, Local Building Codes, OSHA, and EEOCQualifications: High school diploma or equivalent preferred Five years industry experience with proven track record of high closing ratio Two years’ experience in direct staff supervision with the ability to supervise three or more associates Exceptional sales, marketing and customer service experience Proven organizational and time management skills Valid driver license and automobile insurance Ability to read and write English; speak English and understand spoken English Proficient understanding of the Microsoft suite, property management software preferred


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Experienced in commercial Property Management and looking for a stable position in an uncertain economy? Looking to work for an extremely reputable organization that focuses on their employees? Then this could be the job for YOU!! Northern California based real estate ownership and property management firm is looking for an immediate Property Manager to work on a South Bay portfolio. Company provides a positive team setting, room for growth and solid retirement package! Amazing benefits and opportunities for community involvement as well!


What are my responsibilities?



  • Interfacing with tenants and vendors

  • Working with vendors for TI and Cap Ex projects

  • Handling tenant issues/concerns

  • Communicating with Ownership to determine project renovation schedules

  • Overseeing accounts payable/receivable

  • Mentoring and leading APM or Property Administrator

  • Preparing CAM's

  • Preparing yearly budget and variance reports

  • Generating ownership reports

  • Reviewing subs/vendors completed work

  • Reviewing financials and creating pro-formas as needed

  • Overseeing a office and industrial spaces

  • Working with Regional on specialty projects


Special Skills:



  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects

  • Strong listening and people skills

  • Ability to guide and mentor others


Must have:



  • 3+ years as a Property Manager (commercial industry experience required)

  • BA or BS

  • CA RE license required



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Job Summary


 


The Property Management Supervisor is directly responsible for overall direction, management and


assessment of property portfolio and staff members, as well as oversee and maintain professional


management of a 300+ unit portfolio and 10+ staff members. The Property Management Supervisor is


expected to manage a workload of multiple projects in a collaborative environment with minimal


supervision, must have the ability to meet deadlines, apply critical thinking skills, communicate clearly,


anticipate problems, utilize strong organizational skills, and pay attention to detail. Experience in


affordable housing and non-profit background are a MUST for this position.


 


This is a full-time position reporting to the Executive Director and the Board of Directors. Salary is


negotiable based on experience.


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:


· Organize the operation of the properties to produce expected results.


· Hire, train, supervise, motivate, and terminate staff, as necessary.


· Effectively manage office staff and onsite property managers in accordance with company


· standards.


· Establish performance goals for the onsite Property Managers, Maintenance Supervisors and Technicians, and all other Property Management Services Support Staff so that each job is directed, with continuity of effort, toward the objectives of the management plan.


· Supervise day to day operations of all properties.


· Be able to create documents and reports as requested by property regulatory requirements.


· Work effectively with owners and staff to assess project needs for each property.


· Have some knowledge in maintenance repairs to determine best ways to efficiently guide maintenance personnel in correcting problems at properties.


· Prepare and adhere to budgets of $1 million+ for individual property operations and consult with Controller and Executive Director when necessary.


· Be responsible for property occupancy, vacancy, rent schedules and rent increases.


· Review and audit individual property documents to ensure ail requirements are completed


· correctly at each location.


· Maintain company standards when operating properties.


· Maintain databases in accordance with property information, leasing, regulatory reporting, maintenance, spending, contracts, and any other information relating directly to the property.


· Facilitate communication amongst owners and staff.


· Implement ideas to operate properties more efficiently and effectively.


· Prepare monthly meetings to discuss and implement goals.


· Develop and implement property management training programs for staff in accordance with but not limited to current housing regulations.


· Provide regular updates to the Board of Directors and Executive Director regarding significant operational problems and deviations from the management plan.


· Reviews delinquent accounts with the onsite Property Managers and approves action required.


· Monitors necessary approvals for expenditures exceeding the budget amount.


· Makes recommendations for rent increases and submit requests for approval to Lender and directs the onsite Property Management staff to follow Lender's notice requirements


· Ensures compliance with the following: OSHA, Federal Wage and Compensation Act, State Wage, and Workers Compensation, and ail Lender Regulatory Agreements.


· Annually review all insurance coverage and arranges for proper renewal.


· Participates in the planning and development of new projects, as necessary.


· Manages the marketing of properties available units, when necessary, and follow up with waitlist candidates.


· Other duties as assigned.


Requirements:


· Education and/or Experience


· Bachelor’s degree in Property Management or any other field directly related to property


· Management, OR experience obtained by working at least 7 years at a property management firm.


· Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as a supervisor at a property management firm managing at least 15 staff members.


· Must be able to calculate mathematical problems at the algebra level. (Higher level math is preferred)


· Excellent communicator and creative thinker, with an ability to use both data and intuition to inform decisions.


JOB DESCRIPTION REVISION


This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change. This job description replaces all previous descriptions for this position.


Reporting: report to the Executive Director.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities


· Must be able to interpret tax credit language, government regulations, loan documents, financial reports, legal documents, budgets and any other scripture relating to property regulations.


· Must be able to professionally respond and follow through with ail legal, staff, property and maintenance questions or grievances in accordance with but not limited to current laws,


· regulations, tax credit and fair housing.


· Must be able to create reports as requested by owner or other legal entity, create guidebooks,


· and any other written material as required by the property or relating to the property.


· Must be able to speak in front of an audience including but not limited to: owners, staff, the community, city/county/state officials, public entities, etc.


· Must have exceptional customer service skills.


· Must have knowledge of local and federal housing laws.


· Must have knowledge of property regulations, laws, maintenance, marketing, financial aspects of property management.


· Must have communication skills necessary to delegate and administer property policies and procedures.


· Must possess strong supervisory, personnel management, organizational, general communication, problem-solving, decision-making, multitasking, interpersonal and time management skills.


· Must be able to work under pressure and successfully meet strict deadlines.


· Effective oral and written communication, interpersonal and conflict-resolution skills.


· Excellent organizational, time management and problem-solving skills.


· Ability to work in project teams, and with a wide variety of individuals.


· Proficient in Word and Excel.


· High proficiency in using technology, including web apps, smartphones, etc.


· Commitment to the company’s goals and philosophy.


 


Certificates, Licenses, Registrations


 


· Candidates must have reliable automobile transportation and a valid California Driver’s License and insurance.


· Tax Credit Certification Required.


· Certificate of Occupancy (CPO) Required.


Company Description

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Candidate will be marketing real estate for rent and for sale. Duties will include print advertising, internet advertising, showing of homes, photography, social media, website updating and monitoring. Heavy computer and phone skills needed. Writing descriptions of properties for sale and creating internet and print ads for these properties. Marketing of real estate company and services for new business. Customer relation management, drip campaigns and lead capture. "Onboarding" of new portfolios into our property management database. Adobe photo shop, Microsoft publisher or similar proficiency required. Real Estate license ideal, but not required. Experience and use of MLS may be required.


Work should be 50% in office, 50% in the field. Part time or full time work may be available.


 


Company Description

Mission Property management has been providing real estate services for over 36 years. We have paid holidays, medical benefits, vacation and potential for advancement. We have been growing and need additional people to facilitate our growth.


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COMPANY SUMMARY:


The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, while delivering our services costeffectively, efficiently and with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


 


SUMMARY OF THE POSITION:


Responsible for the overall operation of the property and the day to day implementation of policies, procedures and programs that ensure a well-managed, well-maintained building and ensures compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies and federal, state and local laws.




  • Ensure consistent application of property rules and regulations, lease documents and report all violation.

  • Process, complete and maintain accurate resident files at move-in and at each recertification within established regulatory guidelines.

  • Conduct recruiting, hiring and termination process as well as training and evaluation of all staffs.

  • Responsible for program compliance such as HUD, TCAC, Home Program, RHCP, CAL HFA. AHP, etc.

  • Obtains appropriate documentation, completes certifications and collects deposits and rents in accordance with program policies and procedures.

  • Ensures site staff responds to all resident requests or complaints in a timely, efficient and courteous manner.

  • Complete work orders and turnover of vacant units in a timely manner.




  • High school diploma or GED required. BA degree or two years experience in affordable housing and management is desirable.

  • Basic mathematical skills with proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English.

  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to prioritize assignments to meet deadlines.

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in management, training and evaluation with Tax Credit properties.

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook are essential. Boston Post software knowledge is a plus.



 Benefits for Employees who work 30+ hours/week -



  • Medical, dental and vision care; preventative medical care paid at 100%.

  • Vacation leave of up to ten days per year in the first year.

  • Up to 72 hours of sick time per year.

  • Flexible Spending Accounts for Health Care and Dependent Care.

  • Company paid Life AD&D Long Term Disability.

  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week).


 


Benefits for Employees who work less than 30 hours/week - 



  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week)


 


 


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The John Stewart Company provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

The John Stewart Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative.

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act requires businesses that meet certain minimum threshold requirements to provide a “notice at collection” to applicants for employment who reside in California.  The notice at collection describes the categories of personal information to be collected about these California applicants and the purposes for using that personal information.  Therefore, we have posted the Company’s “Notice At Collection For California Applicants” here.  Please review this Notice at your convenience.


Company Description

The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


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As a Property Manager, you will:



  • Develop positive and productive relationships with residents of the community;

  • Tour the property regularly to identify needs and concerns of homeowners and renters, and resolve their issues in a timely manner;

  • Manage capital improvement projects;

  • Adjust and control expenditures, taking advantage of revenue generating and cost savings opportunities in order to achieve community financial objectives;

  • Collect rent and other charges, and deliver timely rent increase notices;

  • Participate in meetings with local regulatory agencies and authorities as needed.


In order to be successful in this role, you should have:



  • Prior residential property management experience;

  • Strong focus on customer service in balance with community guideline enforcement;

  • Prior supervisory experience;

  • Proven collections experience;

  • Demonstrated leasing or sales success;

  • Excellent organizational, project and time management skills;

  • Solid communication skills (oral and written);

  • The ability to work flexible hours, including Saturdays or other times outside of normal business hours for emergent situations; and,

  • Computer skills including MS Office products and web-based applications.


Requirements


  • A current, valid driver's license from the state where the community is located is required before driving a company-owned vehicle or before driving a personal vehicle on company business.

Company Description

Hometown America is a privately held real estate investment firm and is a leader in the manufactured housing sector. Hometown owns and operates over 125 communities in the United States and Australia. Our dynamic, entrepreneurial real estate company has been recognized as a premier operator in the industry.

Hometown's award-winning properties are known nationwide for their quality amenities, professional on-site management and the affordable lifestyle we provide for our residents. Community management and sales teams deliver the highest level of customer service to enhance quality living experiences and create inspiring lifestyles for residents.

We are committed to creating long-term value for our residents and through that success, value for our employees. Enriching lives is our business - why not make it yours?

We invite you to learn more about our company and communities by visiting our company website at www.HometownAmerica.com

Hometown America is an equal opportunity employer.


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COMPANY SUMMARY:


The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, while delivering our services costeffectively, efficiently and with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


 


SUMMARY OF THE POSITION:


Responsible for the overall operation of the property and the day to day implementation of policies, procedures and programs that ensure a well-managed, well-maintained building and ensures compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies and federal, state and local laws.


Hours are 8am-5pm, Tuesday thru Friday.




  • Ensure consistent application of property rules and regulations, lease documents and report all violation.

  • Process, complete and maintain accurate resident files at move-in and at each recertification within established regulatory guidelines.

  • Conduct recruiting, hiring and termination process as well as training and evaluation of all staffs.

  • Responsible for program compliance such as HUD, TCAC, Home Program, RHCP, CAL HFA. AHP, etc.

  • Obtains appropriate documentation, completes certifications and collects deposits and rents in accordance with program policies and procedures.

  • Ensures site staff responds to all resident requests or complaints in a timely, efficient and courteous manner.

  • Complete work orders and turnover of vacant units in a timely manner.




  • High school diploma or GED required. BA degree or two years experience in affordable housing and management is desirable.

  • Basic mathematical skills with proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English.

  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to prioritize assignments to meet deadlines.

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in management, training and evaluation with Tax Credit properties.

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook are essential. Boston Post software knowledge is a plus.



 Benefits for Employees who work 30+ hours/week -



  • Medical, dental and vision care; preventative medical care paid at 100%.

  • Vacation leave of up to ten days per year in the first year.

  • Up to 72 hours of sick time per year.

  • Flexible Spending Accounts for Health Care and Dependent Care.

  • Company paid Life AD&D Long Term Disability.

  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week).


 


Benefits for Employees who work less than 30 hours/week - 



  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week)


 


 


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The John Stewart Company provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

The John Stewart Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative.

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act requires businesses that meet certain minimum threshold requirements to provide a “notice at collection” to applicants for employment who reside in California.  The notice at collection describes the categories of personal information to be collected about these California applicants and the purposes for using that personal information.  Therefore, we have posted the Company’s “Notice At Collection For California Applicants” here.  Please review this Notice at your convenience.


Company Description

The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


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This position offers a discounted unit as part of employment, of $600/month rent with $600 deposit.


Job Summary


Onsite property managers must live on site and are responsible for the day—to—day


operations of their designated apartment complex. To ensure that the property is safe and


properly maintained, onsite managers routinely inspect the grounds, facilities, and


equipment (including but not limited to street, parking lot, laundry rooms, dumpsters,


dumpster areas, common areas, community room, sidewalks, stairways, pool areas, etc.)


to determine whether repairs or maintenance is needed. In handling requests for repairs or


trying to resolve complaints they must investigate and collect all supporting evidence,


document the incident and work with the tenants and office staff to resolve the issues.


Onsite managers also are responsible for enforcing the terms of rental or lease


agreements, such as rent collection, parking and pet restrictions, and termination—of—lease


procedures. Other important duties of onsite managers include keeping accurate, up—to—


date records of maintenance requests, vendor work and visitors and routine work on the


property.


 


In addition to fulfilling these duties, property managers must understand and comply with


provisions of legislation, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Federal Fair


Housing Amendment Act, as well as local fair housing laws. They must ensure that their


renting and advertising practices are not discriminatory and that the property itself


complies with all of the local, State, and Federal regulations and building codes.


 


This is not an all-inclusive list and may be modified as needed. The Company can revise


the job summary above and job description listed below at any time. At which time, the


Company will notify all affected employee.


 


Reports to


Supervising Property Manager


 


Principal Duties


Onsite Manager Duties:


· Consistently during work hours, walk the property to make sure there are no health and safety issues, property is free from trash, maintain laundry rooms (Wipe down,


· sweep, mop), etc.


· Verify conditions of vacant units, note lease violations on the property with the provided forms and submit to management.


 


Maintenance Related Duties:


· Coordinating maintenance technician and vendors when they are on the property by showing them the location of the issue, reviewing their work and confirming their work to management.


· Responding to and addressing maintenance issues by examining the issues and providing details to the maintenance department so that they can appropriately respond


· Tracking maintenance issues to ensure timely and appropriate response was made


· Audit open work order logs provided on Monday of each week to ensure all issues are tracked


 


Tenant Related Duties


· Liaison between the management firm operating on the Owner’s behalf, if any, and tenants


· Showing property and unit to prospective tenants


· investigate and resolve complaints from residents


· Perform annual unit inspections, document on provided forms and submit to management


· Perform move-in and move-out process, document on provided forms and submit to management


· Distribute correspondences, lease violations, 3-day notices and other tenant related notices


 


Misc. and Administrative Duties


· Advise heads of property management team of ways to improve the property or services to the tenants


· Complete weekly reports on provided form and submit by assigned due date for your


· property to management


· Complete incident reports on provided form, obtain all necessary supporting evidence (police reports, pictures, etc.) and submit to management within 24hrs or next business day


· Report to the office weekly on the assigned date to file or assist on minor projects related to your property


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities


· High School Diploma or equivalency certificate.


· Valid Driver’s License and insured operate vehicle.


· Must be a legal resident during time of employment.


· Must be proficient in speaking, reading, and writing English.


· Knowledge of customer service principles and practices.


· Must be able to do light cleaning, including but not limited to: sweeping, mopping, throwing out garbage, vacuuming, spot cleaning, maintaining office, breaking down furniture illegally dumped.


· A commitment to excellence in service delivery and facility management.


· Ability to work independently and follow instructions with minimum supervision.


· High level of organization, attention to detail, and ability to complete tasks.


· Basic computer skills including word processing, databases, and spreadsheets.


· Ability to work well with staff, tenants, and community members from diverse backgrounds.


Company Description

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Please Note:  Candidates must have a California Real Estate Salesperson's License and a clean driving record to qualify for this position.


 


Opportunity is knocking! Are you looking for a dynamic role as a Leasing Agent and the chance to be part of a full-service Property Management company in San Jose, CA?


Why we do what we do


We are seeking an experienced and multi-dimensional real estate professional to work with tenants, from start to finish, providing a concierge level of service along the way. 


We are a highly-integrated tight-knit team who prides themselves on providing a genuine, intuitive, and full-service real estate experience. We are as unwavering in our focus and commitment to our tenants and owners as we are to the local communities we proudly serve. Our ongoing success in the business is a credit to our passion for our work. We’re looking for someone who shares that passion!  If you enjoy making an impact and being involved in building a successful business, please keep reading!


Our ideal candidate


We’re looking for that special someone who understands how meaningful this business can be and someone who enjoys making a lasting impact on their community. A driver and a motivator who strives to make a difference. You must be a self-starter and proactive. The goal is to maximize asset value, customer satisfaction, and revenue. You are self-driven to be highly responsive and organized.  You have superior attention to detail, and provide a concierge level of service internally and externally.


Your qualifications and skills



  • You are a reliable, on-time team player willing and able to collaborate with others.

  • You possess exceptional customer service skills and have been recognized for these skills in the past.

  • You are highly organized, embracing multiple apps, calendars and other software to help you manage your day and for task follow-up.

  • Confident and with excellent written and verbal communications skills, you are able to handle stressful situations with a calm, positive attitude.

  • You love multi-tasking, easily able to juggle multiple projects and tasks and prioritize them to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

  • You have a proven track record of experience as a Leasing Agent 

  • You recognize the "devil is in the details" and take care to ensure all leasing paperwork is correct and complete

  • You are fully versed in Fair Housing Rules & Regulations


Areas of focus



  • Keeping a close watch on current market values, remaining competitively priced to keep our inventory renting quickly

  • Entering vacancies and keeping our internal systems up-to-date

  • Creating virtual tours of properties

  • Understanding the value of quality photographs and descriptions to create compelling, professional marketing campaigns for each of our properties

  • Ensuring advertising is posted clearly and correctly through the web, social media, and on marketing flyers

  • Scheduling and conducting tours of properties

  • Coordinating property inspections and final "turn" needs with property managers

  • Responsible for coordinating tenant leasing paperwork 

  • Keeping track and informing upper management of tenant move-outs and move-ins


Key Software Proficiency


• Microsoft Office


• Google Suite


• Appfolio or Yardi a plus


Type of employment/hours: Full-time, Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 5 pm


Compensation: $50,000 - $55,000 commensurate with experience.  Bonus opportunities are available.


Benefits: Paid time off, sick leave, $500 p/month contribution to medical insurance


 


How to apply: We appreciate your enthusiasm, but no calls or emails, please! Only applications submitted through ZipRecruiter will be considered. . If you seem like a good fit for the job, you’ll hear from our recruiters at Pro R.E.A. Staffing about next steps!


Due to the large number of applications we receive, only qualified applicants will be contacted. Thank you for understanding. This is a full-time, direct-hire placement.  We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.



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Shea Properties – Find Awesome.


Shea Properties is always looking for talented people who are interested in beginning or continuing their careers in real estate. With a portfolio that includes 9,000 apartment units and 4.8 million square feet of commercial space in California, Colorado and Washington—and an amazing pipeline of future projects—Shea Properties can help you find your awesome. Our associates love the collaborative, supportive, family-friendly work environment. Our leadership team encourages input at all levels and embodies Shea’s Core Values of Honesty and Integrity, Respect for Others, Teamwork and Competitive Spirit. Learn more about us on www.WORKWITHSHEA.com and follow the VIEW ALL JOBS link to apply.


 


Description


The Assistant Service Manager assists the Service Manager in the successful completion of the day-to-day maintenance of the apartment community in accordance with Shea Properties standards, policies and procedures. The Assistant Service Manager performs specific carpentry, plumbing, painting, electrical, HVAC, masonry, appliance and other general and preventative maintenance repairs. The Assistant Service Manager may provide direction to the service staff to ensure that all work is completed in a timely manner.


The Assistant Service Manager, as with all members of the Shea Properties Team, is expected to conduct himself/herself in a manner, which demonstrates initiative, professionalism, personal awareness, integrity, and exercises confidentiality in the appropriate areas of his/her performance. The Assistant Service Manager shares in the Shea Properties Commitment of our Vision, Mission, Values, and consistently performs all functions in a fashion that inspires and motivates others to actively pursue them


Job Duties



  • Ensures all safety regulations are followed.

  • Must participate in and lead lineup on a routine basis.

  • In conjunction with the Service Manager, prioritizes and completes maintenance work and maintenance service requests for the apartment community. Completes related paper work in an accurate and timely manner. Covers safety requirements.

  • Performs specific carpentry, plumbing, painting, electrical, HVAC, masonry and other general maintenance in accordance with Company standards and local city, state and federal building codes when applicable. May repair/maintain various property emergency and security systems.

  • Performs scheduled preventative maintenance in accordance with the community’s preventative maintenance program.

  • In conjunction with the Service Manager, schedules apartment maintenance turnover process. Inspects all rent ready apartments to ensure all maintenance items are completed and the apartment is ready for move-in.

  • Assists with the inspection of work performed by vendor/contractor(s) to ensure quality and completeness, and compliance with company standards.

  • Organizes parts and materials required for maintenance service requests and maintenance work in advance to ensure efficient completion of all maintenance work.

  • Assists in maintaining inventory by properly monitoring and recording inventory items.

  • Maintains all storage facilities, equipment and the maintenance workshop in a neat and orderly working condition.

  • Regularly provides information to the Property Management Staff regarding safety concerns and the general appearance of the community to ensure a quality and safe living environment for the residents and marketability of the community.

  • Makes recommendations to the Service Manager on new technologies, methods, and materials for improving operating costs.

  • Provides on-call maintenance for evenings, weekends and holidays as scheduled.

  • Provides and maintains his/ her own hand tools customarily used in the industry and building trades.

  • Performs other duties as assigned. Actual job duties and responsibilities may vary depending on the size of the community.


Technical/Professional Knowledge (Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience)



  • Must have basic computer skills and be able to create and close out work orders

  • Ability to perform advanced level maintenance related tasks including painting, carpentry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, and pool maintenance.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills; ability to give clear direction and respond to inquiries.

  • Provide exceptional customer service.

  • Project management skills including planning, organizing, and coordinating tasks.

  • Negotiate and resolve conflicts.

  • Ability to operate hand tools.

  • Knowledge of First Aid and Safety procedures.

  • High School Diploma or equivalent supplemented by specialized courses in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and carpentry.

  • Minimum of 2 years property management experience performing advanced maintenance related job duties.


**Please apply to learn more about the Sign-On Bonus**


Work Environment


The Assistant Service Manager works on-site at an apartment community and interfaces with external/internal customers, residents, and vendors on a regular basis. The position work schedule (days and hours) varies depending on the property. Hours are usually scheduled from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and are typically scheduled to work weekend days (Sat/Sun). Must be available to work over-time as needed and work on-call schedule. The Assistant Service Manager should be flexible and readily available depending on the needs of the property. Must be able to travel if needed, 10-25% of the time.


Physical Requirements


The Assistant Service Manager physical condition must be sufficient for the consistent and successful completion of the specific responsibilities defined for this position and for his/her performance to be in complete conformance with all professional standards defined for this position. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, use hands, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, talk, and hear. May be required to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and operate power tools. Must be able to occasionally drive during the course of work.


Apply Directly at: https://phf.tbe.taleo.net/phf02/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=SHEA&cws=51&rid=8210


Shea Properties is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, or Vietnam era, or other eligible veteran status, or any other protected factor.


EOE/M/F/D/V


Company Description

Shea Properties, headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California, is the multi-family and commercial development arm of JF Shea Company, Inc. Originally founded in 1969, Shea Properties has grown its portfolio of apartments, retail, office and industrial properties to approximately 9,000 apartment units and 4.8 million square feet of commercial space with an additional $1.2 billion in the development pipeline. Its portfolio is divided between Southern California, Northern California, Colorado and Washington.

A STORIED PAST

The history of the Shea family of companies began modestly enough in 1881 when founder John F. Shea established a small plumbing business in Portland, Oregon. From those humble beginnings his sons, and their sons after them, built the firm into one of the largest, privately held real estate development and construction companies in the nation. The company's legacy of milestone achievements includes the building of the diversion channels for the Hoover Dam, the foundations for the Golden Gate and Oakland Bay bridges, and the tunnels for San Francisco's Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system. Currently, JF Shea Construction is helping to build one of the largest desalination plants in the nation in Carlsbad, California, digging two tunnels under the streets of Manhattan for the New York City subway system, and was recently awarded the Los Angeles Metro LAX/Crenshaw light rail line. From its roots in heavy construction, the firm diversified into a family of companies that currently includes JF Shea Construction, Shea Homes, Trilogy Resort Communities, Shea Venture, Shea Mortgage, Redding, Reed Manufacturing, Bluestar and Shea Properties.

We are a Smoke-Free company.


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COMPANY SUMMARY:


The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, while delivering our services costeffectively, efficiently and with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


 


SUMMARY OF THE POSITION:


Responsible for the successful lease up of a brand new 135-unit tax credit property serving the formerly homeless, and working with various support agencies for referral of applicants supportive service providers. Responsible for the overall operation of the property and the day to day implementation of policies, procedures and programs that ensure a well-managed, well-maintained building and ensures compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies and federal, state and local laws.




  • Ensure consistent application of property rules and regulations, lease documents and report all violation.

  • Process, complete and maintain accurate resident files at move-in and at each recertification within established regulatory guidelines.

  • Conduct recruiting, hiring and termination process as well as training and evaluation of all staffs.

  • Responsible for program compliance such as HUD, TCAC, Home Program, RHCP, CAL HFA. AHP, etc.

  • Obtains appropriate documentation, completes certifications and collects deposits and rents in accordance with program policies and procedures.

  • Ensures site staff responds to all resident requests or complaints in a timely, efficient and courteous manner.

  • Complete work orders and turnover of vacant units in a timely manner.




  • High school diploma or GED required. BA degree or two years experience in affordable housing and management is desirable.

  • Basic mathematical skills with proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English.

  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to prioritize assignments to meet deadlines.

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in management, training and evaluation with Tax Credit properties.

  • Experience with Supportive Housing and Project-Based Vouchers a plus.

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook are essential. Boston Post software knowledge is a plus.



 Benefits for Employees who work 30+ hours/week -



  • Medical, dental and vision care; preventative medical care paid at 100%.

  • Vacation leave of up to ten days per year in the first year.

  • Up to 72 hours of sick time per year.

  • Flexible Spending Accounts for Health Care and Dependent Care.

  • Company paid Life AD&D Long Term Disability.

  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week).


 


Benefits for Employees who work less than 30 hours/week - 



  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week)


 


 


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The John Stewart Company provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

The John Stewart Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative.

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act requires businesses that meet certain minimum threshold requirements to provide a “notice at collection” to applicants for employment who reside in California.  The notice at collection describes the categories of personal information to be collected about these California applicants and the purposes for using that personal information.  Therefore, we have posted the Company’s “Notice At Collection For California Applicants” here.  Please review this Notice at your convenience.


Company Description

The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


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Leasing houses for rent in Hayward.


Do you own a car?


Are you willing to work on the Sundays?


We are only accepting applications from people who live in Hayward, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Castro Valley, Union City, Fremont, areas. All other locations will not be considered.


Company Description

We are a small local property management company.


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Are you a Property Manager looking to advance, or an experienced Sr. PM looking for an opportunity to work for an Owner/Manager? Looking to work with a high profile property for a company that gives back to their employees? Then this could be the job you have been searching for!! This position will support Class A office spaces in the downtown San Jose market. Position will oversee an APM and work with third party maintenance and engineering teams. Company provides amazing bonus and benefits, along with a great team of colleagues for support.


What will I be doing?



  • Managing Class A office space, and overseeing portfolio of properties in downtown San Jose

  • Overseeing and mentoring staff

  • Working with Ownership through capital and tenant improvement projects

  • Working with institutional level finance and Ownership reporting

  • Interfacing with tenants and prospective tenants to build relationships

  • Showing space

  • Communicating with brokers on leasing space

  • Working through large Cap X projects

  • Managing property and expenditure projects

  • Creating Ownership reporting

  • Preparing CAM's and generating variance reports

  • Reviewing financials to ensure success

  • Providing support and guidance to team members

  • Selecting vendors for projects and property amenities

  • Managing vendor contracts

  • Interfacing with Director on various company projects

  • Resolving escalated issues and property emergencies with efficiency


What skills do I need?



  • Strong customer service and People skills

  • Genuine passion for the property management field

  • Hands-on approach along with willingness to teach others


What are the requirements?



  • 5+ years as a Property Manager, Sr PM experience ideal, but open to someone ready to move up

  • Experienced mentoring a team and other Property Managers

  • Strong financial understanding of running a portfolio

  • Advanced Word, Excel and Outlook skills

  • Yardi or MRI a must



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COMPANY SUMMARY:


The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, while delivering our services costeffectively, efficiently and with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


 


 


SUMMARY OF THE POSITION:


Under the general supervision of the Property Manager, assists the manager in the overall operation of the property, day-to-day implementation of policies, procedures and programs; maintains acceptable occupancy level and develops a supportive environment for all residents, including special needs residents. APM interacts with and oversees vendors and establishes and maintains effective working relationships with onsite support staffs.




  • Interviews and screens prospective residents for occupancy.

  • Prepares, processes and signs leases and rules.

  • Purchases general supplies, and services following the P.O. policy and procedures.

  • Assists with inspections and monitoring work orders.

  • Rent collection, receipting, prepares deposits using Boston Post property management software.

  • Writes warning letters and prepares legal notices to residents.

  • Submits required reports and maintains records according to JSCo policies.

  • Performs related work and other duties required.




  • High school diploma or GED required. BA degree desirable.

  • Ability to read, write and communicate fluently in English.

  • Excellent problem solving, listening, and deductive reasoning skills.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

  • Must have 1- 2 years experience with Tax Credit properties.

  • Prior experience in affordable housing complexes.

  • Must have valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation, and be able to travel for training purposes.

  • Knowledgeable regarding company policies, federal, state, and local laws, Tax Credit Section 42, and other rules that pertain to tenants.



 Benefits for Employees who work 30+ hours/week -



  • Medical, dental and vision care; preventative medical care paid at 100%.

  • Vacation leave of up to ten days per year in the first year.

  • Up to 72 hours of sick time per year.

  • Flexible Spending Accounts for Health Care and Dependent Care.

  • Company paid Life AD&D Long Term Disability.

  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week).


 


Benefits for Employees who work less than 30 hours/week - 



  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week)


 


 


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The John Stewart Company provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

The John Stewart Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative.

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act requires businesses that meet certain minimum threshold requirements to provide a “notice at collection” to applicants for employment who reside in California.  The notice at collection describes the categories of personal information to be collected about these California applicants and the purposes for using that personal information.  Therefore, we have posted the Company’s “Notice At Collection For California Applicants” here.  Please review this Notice at your convenience.


Company Description

The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


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We have an opportunity for an experienced and energetic Assistant Community Manager for our Multi-family community in San Ramon.


Responsibilities include maximizing the long term performance of the property; managing payables and receivables; preparing accurate and timely report; as well as working with other team members to provide superior customer service to both current and prospective residents. Maintain resident records and files, including deposits, rent increases, late payments, collections, evictions, and tenant move-ins and move-outs. Assist and train leasing staff as needed. Ensure regulatory compliance requirements as it related to fair housing standards and city programs. Work schedule will include Saturdays and may include assisting at other our communities.


Qualifications



  • Two years’ experience as an Assistant Community Manager of 250+ units

  • Experience in leasing and apartment accounting/bookkeeping

  • Effective problem solving, verbal and written communication skills

  • Must possess time management skills and be detail oriented

  • Ability to work independently

  • Experience in Yardi, Word and Excel


Equal Opportunity Employer


Company Description

Shapell Properties, Inc. is a privately owned diversified real estate development and asset management company in California. Our expansive portfolio is made up of multi-family, retail, and commercial real estate.


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We are currently seeking a Maintenance Technician to join our team at two neighboring communities in Hayward! You will be responsible for completing work orders and other required tasks.


Responsibilities:



  • Complete work and repair orders in a timely fashion

  • Estimate time and extent of repairs

  • Perform routine preventive maintenance

  • Maintain material and supply inventory

  • Oversee work performed by outside contractors as necessary


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in maintenance or other related fields

  • Familiarity with maintenance tools and equipment

  • Ability to handle physical workload

  • Deadline and detail-oriented


 


Company Description

Aperto Property Management is a full-service, fee-based apartment management company for conventional and affordable multi-housing communities. At APM, our mission is to simply be the best apartment management company in the United States and to provide quality management, professional service, and superior operating results to our clients and residents.

APM's full-scale property management platform provides a complete and comprehensive leasing and management service for acquisition rehabs, stabilized assets and new property lease ups. We pride ourselves in providing unmatched service.

We provide a workplace where our associates are empowered to take initiative, and there is a distinct culture of learning and development.

Aperto Property Management offers a full benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. We also offer long term disability, generous paid time off, 401K (with match), and more.

Aperto Property Management is an equal opportunity employer.


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