MENU
   
Welcome!! Register or Login

    Job details


Job Offer: Leasing and Property Manager:Perspectives, Inc.

Job description:

Leasing and Property Manager

Perspectives, Inc.

 

Organization Summary:

 
ABOUT PERSPECTIVES, INC:  In keeping with the goals of supporting mothers and children, as well as all family members, Perspectives is a family-friendly workplace. We understand the everyday stresses our team of professionals faces as they work with a diverse and struggling population to create healthier lifestyles. Perspectives’ appreciation, support, and a liberal time-off policy create a workplace that few want to leave.
 
Our mission, Breaking Cycles, is accomplished through an award-winning, comprehensive model that includes: supportive housing, case management, mental and chemical health services, parent education, and children’s educational and nutritional enrichment programming. The results strengthen families, restore dignity, and create hope.
 
Besides competitive pay, 16 paid holidays, and health insurance, we are a fun, fast-paced agency that realizes Information technology is important to both work and play hard. If you enjoy a team approach and a creative, energetic work culture, come join us!
 
ABOUT THE PROGRAM: Perspectives provides its own Property Management & Asset Management services for its six properties located in St. Louis Park.
 
Perspectives is the largest Supportive Housing Program in Minnesota serving 84-87 homeless, recovering, co-occurring clients and their 130 children annually. The target population is recovering homeless women with their children.  Our campus consists of five apartment buildings with 56 units, tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac located in an affordable housing community. 
 
Our 22,000 square foot Family Center is located one mile down the road.
(www.perspectives-family.org) 
Job location: Twin Cities Metro
Activity Area: Human Services and/or Youth Development
Job Category: Administration and Management
Closing Date: open until filled
Employment Type: Full Time
income: DOQ; comprehensive benefits including paid leave and medical
 

Primary tasks:

 
Major Job responsibilities:
Ensure timely & accurate rental computations for SHP clients in conformity with HUD guidelines.  Ensure timely maintenance & repair system for apartments and Family Center

 

                       &nbs p;            &n bsp;           

Specific Job responsibilities:
Supportive Housing Program Leasing (60%)        
   » Prepare annual leases for supportive housing clients & Family Center tenants.  Maintain system for timely renewal.
   » Ensure client eligibility per HUD guidelines & Loan Covenants at program entry
   » Prepare housing fee computations and obtain earnings verification for new supportive housing clients in conformity with HUD guidelines.  Maintain system for ensuring timely semi-annual recertification.
   » Update housing fee computation and obtain earnings verifications as required with significant earnings changes
   » Prepare monthly tenant log (Monthly Turnover Summary)
   » Develop & maintain communication with tenants, including unit inspections, apartment maintenance issues, eviction notices, conciliation court & Eviction Actions
   » Prepare lease violation letters
   » Ensure timely return of security deposit.  Prepare security deposit refund check requests and related client correspondence. 
   » File conciliation court paperwork and appear in court, as requested
   » File Eviction Action paperwork and appear in court, as requested
   » Act as liaison with Sherriff for client evictions
 
Supportive Housing Campus Security (20%)
   » Investigate breach of security, enforce policies, and prepare client communication as required.
   » Act as liaison with St Louis Park Police Liaison; attend weekly police meeting
   » Monitor security footage and provide to police when requested for criminal activity on property
   » Maintain knowledge of OFP’s tenants have in place and monitor security footage to provide extra level of security
   » Distribute keys to staff and Supportive Housing Program participants; manage & monitor key fob entry system
   » Maintain system to enforce legal status of vehicle parked in Supportive Housing Program parking lots
 
Facilities Management (15%)
   » Prepare and maintain repairs & maintenance database
   » Respond to and schedule repair requests and work orders;
   » Meet with Director of Facilities to determine and agree upon the day’s priorities
   » Manage relationship with contracted cleaners and schedule apartment turnover cleanings
   » Manage relationship with contracted pest control, scheduling treatments for individual apartments as required
   » Schedule annual HQS inspections for Rental Assistance buildings
   » Schedule & respond to HQS & Fire Marshall Inspections
   » Ensure timely turnover of apartment, preparing schedule of necessary work
 
Apartment Turnover (5%)
   » Complete apartment walk-through with client and/or Facilities Director
   » Schedule packing and/or storage of client belongings as appropriate; manage disposal date
   » Maintain inventory of apartment furniture
   » Maintain record of inventory of apartment furniture & appliances
   » Purchase furniture, arrange delivery, and schedule movers for apartment set-up
   » Maintain inventory and prepare shopping requests for apartment furnishings; ensure appropriate apartment furnishings are in apartment at client move-in
 
Property Development
   » Apricot data entry – assist evaluator with keeping SHP client information up to date and to ensure HMIS data quality
   » Check Eviction Action reporting in county database on annual basis for Hennepin County reporting
   » Maintain client data in MHFA’s PORT system
   » Prepare annual client eligibility report for Hennepin County AHIF program

practice:

 
EDUCATION & practice:
·         Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences or related field
·         1 -3 years of subsidized housing program administration
·         Certification in subsidized rental housing program, public housing, or in property management/leasing, preferred
 


QUALIFICATIONS:           ; 
   » Highly organized and strong attention to detail
   » Strong aptitude for technology systems
   » Solid knowledge of and practice sensitivity to cultural, socioeconomic and homeless populations
   » Excellent interpersonal expertise, with demonstrated capability to work in a crisis and team environment
   » Ensure client confidentiality
   » Strong verbal & written communication expertise 
   » Self-motivated with capability to work well independently and as part of a team
 

Application Process:

 
APPLICATION PROCESS:  Email resume, cover letter, and references to Janelle Fletcher, Director of Community Engagement & Human Capital, at E-Mail: jfletcher@perspectives-family.org
 
Perspectives is an Equal Opportunity Employer
 

Skills:

Job Category: Other [ View All Other Jobs ]
Language requirements:
Employment type:
Salary: Unspecified
Degree: Unspecified
Experience (year): Unspecified
Job Location: Minnesota
Company Type Employer
Post Date: 11/14/2018 / Viewed 50 times
Contact Information
Company: Perspectives, Inc.
Contact Email: jfletcher@perspectives-family.org


Apply Online