Renaissance Property Management Corporation seeks a Property Manager to manage the overall performance of properties including, but not limited to, maintaining compliance with Section 42, Low Income Housing Tax Credits and/or HUD Section 8 program requirements. The Property Manager is also responsible for managing the day-to-day operation of the management office and leadership of the on-site team.
Résumés without a cover letter may not be considered. In addition to information about qualifications, applicants must describe their interest in helping homeless people and should include language describing their understanding of the causes of homelessness.
In addition to the unique challenges and extraordinary rewards of our work, eligible Coalition employees enjoy a rich benefits package, including:
Health insurance coverage on the first day of employment: full-time employees contribute only 1% of their earnings for their own health coverage and no more than 4% of their earnings for coverage of eligible dependents. We’re proud to offer same- and opposite-sex domestic partner coverage;
Dental, vision, and flexible spending/dependent care/public transit accounts;
Free basic life insurance and long-term disability coverage;
Dollar-for-dollar retirement plan matching contributions up to 5% of earnings;
Extensive paid time-off, including 10 holidays, 12 days of sick leave, and three weeks of vacation for new full-time employees in their first full year.
Essential Job Functions
Supervises all site personnel including, but not limited to, conducting interviews, scheduling, hiring new staff, staff training, team building, and compliance with company policies and procedures.
Oversees resident and employee relations.
Ensures that property management software program is up-to-date.
Ensures site staff understand and know how to effectively use all property management software, personnel-related software, and instructing on proper use when necessary.
Responsible for the management of Fair Housing, Section 42 Tax Credit and/or HUD Section 8 Program compliance.
Keeps current on all updates and changes in affordable housing regulations and requirements.
Reviews resident files for Section 42 Tax Credit Compliance.
Comprehends and effectively manages complex regulatory requirements.
Ensures that rent collection procedures are followed.
Responsible for maximizing occupancy and income.
Ensures that property expenses are reviewed frequently and effectively managed to adhere to budgetary guidelines.
Conducts health and safety quality control inspections to detect possible violations of housing quality standards and workplace safety/security hazards.
Ensures adherence to the preventative maintenance schedule established for the property.
Monitors and documents security events, maintenance issues and problematic visitor and resident behavior.
Maintains resident accounts receivable ledgers.
Assists residents with maintenance and lock-out service requests.
Maintains a work environment that is marked by respect for others; that values inclusiveness and builds workforce diversity, and that fosters cooperation and teamwork.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Employee must be able to perform essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation and without posing a direct threat to safety or health of self or others. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Two years of experience in affordable housing required.
Lease-up experience preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in a real estate-related field strongly preferred.
Able to pass automobile insurance carrier’s motor vehicle record check.
The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is committed to delivering services, making employment-related decisions, selecting volunteers, and selecting vendors without regard to age over 40, race, sex, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, medical condition related to pregnancy, military status, or any other applicable status protected by law.
About Colorado Coalition for the Homeless:
Our Mission The mission of The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is to work collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for homeless and at-risk families, children and individuals throughout Colorado. The Coalition advocates for and provides a continuum of housing and a variety of services to improve the health, well-being, and stability of those it serves.
Our History CCH was established in 1984 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. It was founded by a group of individuals with a will to take action on behalf of Colorado's homeless. They recognized the struggles of working people living in poverty. And they refused to tolerate the dangers faced by those people sleeping in their cars, in tents, or on the streets.
More than 30 years later, many of the underlying social causes of homelessness persist, like poverty, shortages of affordable housing, and unattainable healthcare. The Coalition's integrated housing, healthcare, and supportive service programs have been highly effective at responding to these conditions over time.
Our Philosophy of Service We believe all people have the right to adequate housing and healthcare. We work to remove the barriers that restrict access to these rights. Society benefits when adequate housing and healthcare are available to everyone.
We create lasting solutions to homelessness by:
1. Honoring the inherent dignity of those we serve, affirming their capabilities, and fostering their hope that a better life is possible; 2. Building strong, caring communities through the integration of housing, healthcare, and supportive services; 3. Advocating for social equity and challenging the status quo on behalf of the individuals and families we serve; 4. Achieving excellence through continuous quality assurance, innovation, and professional development; and 5. Using resources judiciously and effectively.