Company: The Neiders Company
Posted on: September 17, 2022
WHO WE ARE:
Do you find satisfaction in work that is "transforming communities
and transforming lives?" If yes, then we have an opportunity for
you. The Neiders Company, founded in 1989, is a fully integrated
real estate investment firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
We currently own and operate over 85 apartment communities in the
Pacific Northwest and Southwestern United States with other markets
We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic, driven Community
Manager to join our dedicated team of Community Champion! As the
most visible and senior member of the local team, the Community
Manager will oversee all facets of the community's management to
achieve the community operational and financial goals while
adhering to the company's policies, applicable laws and ordinances
including Fair Housing and Equal Employment laws.
Floating Community Manager Essential Functions: Include but are not
- Employee Management: You will lead, schedule, coordinate and
supervise all departments within the community. You will manage
hiring, orientation, training, performance management, and coaching
in partnership with HR and in accordance with the company policy.
You will ensure that the community is adequately and appropriately
- Financial Management: You will prepare and implement the
community annual operating budgets. You will be responsible to
complete required reports, including monthly and quarterly leasing,
variance, and capital reporting. You also will oversee Accounts
Receivable ensuring that all rents are collected in a timely
manner; and you will oversee collection and demand processes in
accordance with local law, including the eviction process when
- Resident Retention: You will think creatively about ways to
engage residents through ongoing programs and promotions designed
to increase satisfaction and minimize resident turnover.
- Leasing and Sales: You will motivate, engage, and inspire your
local leasing team to exceed occupancy expectations for the
property. This will also include oversight of the lease renewal
program and documentation process.
- Property Inspections and Maintenance: You will perform regular
property inspections to ensure compliance with the established
standards regarding risk management, safety, cleanliness, and
general appearance. You will work with your Maintenance Technician
team to document, identify, develop, and execute preventive
- Oversee Capital Projects and Maintenance: You will oversee
capital improvement projects and run the appropriate bid process
for any improvement work.
- Compliance: You will ensure compliance with the company's
safety programs. Additionally, you will monitor resident selection
criteria in accordance with federal and state regulations. You will
ensure that your community adheres to all local and state laws,
including all laws governing Fair Housing.
- Overall: You'll be an excellent leader who helps create and
deliver the overall company goals, including sharing best practices
on process improvement as needed.
Floating Community Manager Qualifications:
- You've "been there, done that". We require minimum (2) two
years' experience in property management and one-year leadership
experience or equivalent in a residential community setting.
- You have some credentials. We require a High School Diploma or
equivalent. A Bachelor's Degree is strongly preferred.
- You're a great communicator. You easily manage relationships
and build rapport with others, and you're a pro at motivating
others. You have good presence when conducting onsite tours with
owners. You also excel at keeping everyone informed and on the same
- You know how to hire, retain, and develop others. You can
manage your associates concerns at the site level, and you have a
sharp eye for hiring, engaging, and retaining top talent. You also
know how to inspire and lead others to do their best work, and you
are a creative partner to your leasing teams.
- You're a numbers person. You are a whiz at financial reporting,
and you understand the importance of timely, accurate metrics. You
also have a proven track record in managing invoices and
- You're entrepreneurial. You are a creative go-getter who wants
to build a strong community while challenging the status quo to
meet the needs of both our company and our residents.
- You're tech savvy. You master all the basic computer programs
such as Outlook, Microsoft Office, as well as Property Management
related software such as Yardi.
- You like change; you really like change. You can easily adapt
as the situation warrants, and you are able to focus on multiple
deadlines and change as the demands and fast pace requires. You
also possess very strong project management skills, juggling big
and small tasks alike.
- You're a task master. Your time and project management skills
are very strong, and you are able to focus on the smallest details
while keeping the larger process running effectively, and to
successfully resolve urgent issues and tight deadlines while
juggling through conflicting priorities, without losing sight in
the criticality of customer service.
- You're on the move. You frequently walk stairs, post notices,
lift/move items, and tour the property with prospect residents or
- You don't mind traveling. This position requires travel, within
your area, sometimes with shorter than average notice. Must own
valid driver's license, reliable transportation, and insurance.
Benefits and Perks:
We recognize that compensation and benefits are important not only
to our associates but to their families as well. We offer a wide
variety of rewards to meet everyone's needs including:
- Full suite of benefits, including Medical, Dental, Vision, and
- Paid Vacation
- Housing discounts at TNC properties
- Opportunity for Advancement
- Supplementary Discounts through Colonial Life
JOB CODE: 1000026
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