Assistant Community Director

Company Name:
Multifamily Insiders
The primary role of the Assistant Community Director to maximize the collection of rents and monies due while maintaining the resident records and property financial data. This position also assists the Community Director in managing and maintaining the community.
Responsibilities include:
Maintaining resident records and property financial data
Supporting the Community Director
Showing apartments and closing with potential residents
Recording all traffic and leasing activity
Moving-in residents
Ensuring grounds are ready for use
Preparing service requests and assigning them to the maintenance staff
Maintaining renewal programs
Collecting rent
Ensuring all applications, new move-ins, and renewals are entered into the database
Processing move-outs
Ensuring offices are organized
Reviewing payroll
High School diploma or GED
1-2 years of College strongly preferred
General knowledge of Property Management
Knowledge of on-site management operations
1-2 years of leasing or assistant manager experience
Strong oral and written communication skills
Able to adhere to set and variable work schedule, including weekends and emergencies as required
Able to adhere to company policies, procedures, and practices
Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships
Able to professionally interact with customers, residents, and guests as needed
Own a valid driver's license with good driving record and current automobile insurance
Strong Internet, Microsoft Word and Excel skills
Able to perform work responsibilities at locations other than "home" property
Able to travel within major metropolitan area and may be required to attend company functions in cities other than home city requiring overnight stays

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