Community Director***$2000 Signing Bonus***


Our corporate family is a team of passionate, enthusiastic, dedicated and highly qualified people. Our work allows us to create innovative solutions to complex housing issues in our community. We create housing opportunities that empower our people and build our community.

We have a great benefits package which includes the Public Employee’s Retirement System (PERS), Supplemental Benefit System Annuity Plan (SBS), and employer paid Life/STD/LTD insurance, extremely affordable health coverage, generous PTO accruals, paid holidays, an educational reimbursement program, a great wellness program and 457 optional pre-tax deferrals

If you are interested in the Community Director position and you have the expertise, skills and energy to match our mission to provide independence through housing, we encourage you to apply.

General Function
Under the supervision of the Manager, Rental Property, this position is responsible for
all phases of the operation of a property, including, but not limited to, the general
administration, including efficiently and effectively managing the office and building
complex.

Major Activities (Typical Duties/Responsibilities)
• Maintains close and courteous communication with residents and be available and responsive to general client needs.
• Markets, shows units, and screens applicants. Prepares and processes all rental agreements/leases and related forms. Handles all detail of move-ins and move-outs, maintaining accurate up-to-date records, schedules and performs apartment inspection check-ins and check-outs with resident.
• Maintains all tenant files. Verifies income and adjust rents accordingly.
• Notifies tenant of adjustments.
• Prepares internal reports regarding vacancy, delinquency, inspections and recertifications and counsel tenants on maintenance of unit when needed.
• Prepares general correspondence and any related reports.
• Maintains petty cash fund and reconcile petty cash monthly.
• Collects and reports washer/dryer income at least bi-weekly.
• Collects rents and works with residents to collect delinquent accounts. Adheres to all appropriate accounting procedures, including, but not limited to, rent collection receipts and petty cash disbursement and reconciliation.
• Maintains key control log and keys for facility.
• Coordinates all activities in building, including social activities.
• Supports maintenance department for any building maintenance and construction activities as necessary.
• Continually inspects property and improvements, recording and reporting any deficiencies and taking any necessary action. Visually inspects grounds and parking areas daily to ensure each is in a clean and orderly condition. Visually inspects common areas to ensure interior is in a clean and orderly condition including all hallways, stairways, storage rooms and laundry facilities.
• Monitors maintenance and service contracts, as necessary.
• Coordinates maintenance of grounds and facilities with maintenance and/or building janitors, laborers, and groundskeeper through a work order system. Maintains work order system on HDS or Yardi, as necessary.
• Assists in manning CIHA informational booths at various events.
• Other related duties as assigned. Skills/Abilities
• Knowledge of office practices, procedures, supplies and equipment; effective human relation concepts and subsidized housing programs.
• Written and verbal communication skills appropriate for a position with substantial interpersonal contact.
• Ability to deal effectively with all levels of staff and management and appropriate community agencies.
• Ability to read, analyzes, and interprets CIHA policies and procedures, and related federal and state regulations.
• Ability to write reports business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from clients, customers, community agencies, and the general public.
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations where only limited standardization exists.

Education and Experience
• Associates degree in business or related field or ARM designation; experience can be substituted on a year for year basis.
• Four years experience in office or property management.
• Valid Alaska Driver's License


Please visit www.cookinlethousing.org to submit an application.

Anchorage, AK

19 day(s) ago

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