Apartment Community Manager

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Greystar, a nationwide property manager and real estate developer, has a great opportunity for an experienced Community Manager to join our team in Issaquah, WA at Lakemont Orchard apartment homes. If you are looking for a great company offering excellent stability and unparalleled career advancement opportunities please send us your resume.
Qualified Community Managers will have a minimum of two years' experience as a manager of a multifamily community and prior experience managing large Capex projects. Additionally, Community Managers must be organized and have knowledge of Yardi, Onesite and community budgeting. We offer competitive pay and benefits, as well as opportunity for advancement. Greystar requires a background and drug screen as a condition of employment. Visit our website at www.greystar.com. EOE. DFW.
See below for a brief job description.
To supervise all phases of on-site operations.
Handles emergency situations.
Develops and implements new strategies and programs designed to ensure long-term residency.
Oversees collection of revenues and handles delinquent accounts.
Makes regular inspections of apartment communities.
Handles evictions and landlord liens.
For all on-site personnel, is responsible for training and job performance.
Hires and terminates hourly personnel.
Determines transitions and promotions for on-site personnel.
Adheres to and implements all company policies.
Audits the lease files.
Implements scheduled rent increases.
Oversees payment of invoices.
Assists in budget preparation.
Monitors parking lot for unauthorized vehicles.
Motivates staff.
Informs residents of work progress or delays
Other duties as assigned
A high school diploma or equivalent and professional knowledge of business discipline are required.

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