Property Manager - Waterton

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Property Manager - Waterton Waterton Associates Integrates Ultima Hospitality and Waterton Residential  to Operate as One Entity – Hotel-Online

Position Description: We are looking for a talented Community Manager to join our team!

Responsibilities:

  • Employee Management: You will lead, schedule, coordinate and supervise all associates/departments within the community. You will manage employment cycle-recruitment, selection, hiring, orientation, training and development, performance management, and coaching in accordance with company policy and procedure. You will ensure that the community is adequately and appropriately staffed.
  • Financial Management: You will prepare, implement and meet the annual operating and capital budgets/forecasts for the community. You will also be responsible to complete required reports, including monthly, quarterly leasing, variance, and capital reporting. You will also 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 necessary.
  • 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 established standards regarding the grounds, risk management, safety, cleanliness, and general appearance. You will work with your Service Manager to document, identify, develop, and execute/monitor preventive maintenance schedules.
  • Oversee Capital Projects and Maintenance: You will also oversee capital improvement projects and run the appropriate bid process for any improvement work. You may also collaborate directly with our Capital Project team should there be any significant renovations or unit rehabilitation work.

Requirements:

  • Employee Management: You will lead, schedule, coordinate and supervise all associates/departments within the community. You will manage employment cycle-recruitment, selection, hiring, orientation, training and development, performance management, and coaching in accordance with company policy and procedure. You will ensure that the community is adequately and appropriately staffed.
  • Financial Management: You will prepare, implement and meet the annual operating and capital budgets/forecasts for the community. You will also be responsible to complete required reports, including monthly, quarterly leasing, variance, and capital reporting. You will also 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 necessary.
  • 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 established standards regarding the grounds, risk management, safety, cleanliness, and general appearance. You will work with your Service Manager to document, identify, develop, and execute/monitor preventive maintenance schedules.
  • Oversee Capital Projects and Maintenance: You will also oversee capital improvement projects and run the appropriate bid process for any improvement work. You may also collaborate directly with our Capital Project team should there be any significant renovations or unit rehabilitation 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. Ensure compliance with all applicable ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and Section 504 (FHAA) regulations.
  • Overall: You'll be an excellent teammate who helps create and deliver organizational goals, including sharing best practices on process improvement, refining and introducing new Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's).

Qualifications: At Waterton, 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:

  • Competitive compensation and incentive program participation.
  • Full suite of benefits, including Medical, Dental, 401K, Life, Disability, and even pet insurance.
  • Generous Paid Time Off and holiday schedules.
  • A commitment to life-long learning through learning plans that include internal and external trainings, as well as consideration for tuition reimbursement.
  • Employee discounts and wellness initiatives.

Application Instructions & Contact Information: Apply Here