Assistant Community Manager
Cambridge Management, Inc. specializes in the management of quality affordable housing communities. We currently manage more than 15,900 apartment homes in California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington. We attribute our success to the skill, versatility, and integrity of our front-line staff. If you'd like to join a growing company where opportunities abound for talented individuals- apply today!
We are seeking a highly motivated Community Manager who has knowledge of project-based Section 8 or LIHTC programs. The Assistant Manager should maintain property rentals by advertising and filling vacancies; negotiating and enforcing leases; maintaining and securing premises; as well as, knowledge of Fair Housing Laws and all other laws pertaining to apartments.
In conjunction with the Regional Manager, the Community Manager will assist in the formulation of budgets for each upcoming calendar year. Ensures that all rents are collected when due, and posted in a timely manner. Perform evictions, and landlord liens as required on delinquent rents. Constant vendor/contractor communications concerning work scheduling, billings, vendor relations, and certificates of insurance.
Maintain a positive customer service attitude. Periodic inspection with residents of move-in / move-outs. Review all notices to vacate to determine the cause of the move-out. Initiate and implement policies/procedures to maintain resident communications.
Inspect Community on a regular basis Updates board/reports indicating vacancy status on a daily basis. Monitors and schedules all maintenance activities in conjunction with the Maintenance Supervisor.
Conduct market surveys quarterly or as needed and provide trend report information. Shop competition and be aware of neighborhood market conditions. Maintains awareness of market/industry conditions and trends via trade publications, professional organizations, etc.
- Knowledge of state and local landlord/tenant laws and applicable building codes
- Excellent communication skills in both verbal and written
- Must have strong computer experience in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook; AMSI, Yardi, or RealPage experience is a plus.
- Ability to act with diplomacy in difficult situations Ability to work evenings, overtime,, holidays and weekends, as needed
- Ability to direct, motivate, train, and develop subordinates
- Must be thorough, reliable, responsible, honest, organized, flexible and service-oriented
- Must have a valid Driver's License
Education & Experience
High School diploma or equivalent Minimum two (2) years experience in multifamily housing industry or similar field Minimum two (2) years experience in a supervisory role
Our benefits package offers Medical, Dental and Vision, 401K with employer match, Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability, PTO includes 8 paid holidays, paid vacation/sick leave. We also offer bonus potential and encourage employee growth opportunities.