Property ManagerCore Spaces
The Property Manager is responsible for the overall operations of their given site(s). The Property Manager is
responsible for leasing administration, on-site training, staff scheduling, financial reporting, resident relations,
marketing, and overall operations. The Manager will also oversee all departments including facilities
management, community assistants, and administrative staff as well as handle all special projects assigned to
them by the Regional Manager.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Must be able to work a full shift / required work schedule
Must be available for overtime when necessary
Oversee all property staff
Responsible for hiring, training, terminating, and rewarding all staff members
Oversee and submit payroll for the property
Oversee Vendor, Tenant, and University Relations
Enhance community development
Negotiate contract obligations and terms
Complete all necessary financial reporting
Ensure all leasing and marketing efforts are being complete and are effective
Complete other HR related tasks as assigned
Ensure property is maintained with required standards
Complete all property reporting requirements
Complete special projects as assigned by Regional Manager
Ensure compliance with all policies and procedures
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s Degree; 4 years of experience in property management or related fields.
Demonstrated Leadership Skills
Proficient in Office Products and Windows and Apple operating systems.
Job Knowledge/Technical Knowledge: Demonstrates a sound working knowledge of current role and the
technical systems, applications and equipment used in performing this role, and understands the impact this role
has on other business functions within the organization
The ability to write and speak effectively using appropriate convention based on the situation; actively listens to
others, asks questions to verify understanding, and uses tact and consideration when delivering feedback to
Organization: Uses time efficiently by prioritizing and planning work activities
Integrity and Respect: Demonstrates upmost level of integrity in all instances, and shows respect towards others
and towards company principles
Judgment: Demonstrates ability to make independent and sound decisions in all situations
Teamwork: Shares key information with others involved in a project or effort, works in harmony to accomplish
objectives, responds with enthusiasm to directives, and shows support for departmental and organizational
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Quality: Sets high standards and measures of excellence to ensure quality assurance in every aspect of work
Accountability: Takes personal responsibility and ownership for adhering to all company policies and procedures
while also completing work timely and in accordance with performance expectations
The ability to demonstrate a series of activities designed to enhance the level of customer satisfaction.
Interpersonal Communication: Writes and speaks effectively based on the psychological, relational, situation,
environmental and cultural dynamics within the situation
Manages Change: Demonstrates effectiveness and flexibility with changing environments, responsibilities, tasks,
Attention to Detail: Follows detailed procedures to ensure accuracy in the entry and reporting of data.
Problem Solving: Identifies and resolves issues timely by gathering and analyzing information skillfully
Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing or crouching on narrow or slippery
Substantial movements (motion) of the wrist, hands, and/or fingers in a repetitive manner
Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally to lift, carry, pull, or otherwise move objects
Bending, stooping and reaching several times through a shift.
Must be able to see clearly with or without corrected vision.
Ability to drive to and from client locations, this may involve sitting for extended periods of time.
Manual dexterity sufficient to reach/handle items and work with the fingers
Close vision (clear vision at 20 inches or less); distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet or more); color vision
(ability to identify and distinguish colors)
Well-lighted, heated and/or air-conditioned indoor office setting with adequate ventilation
Occasionally will call for property walks where walking and standing for longer periods of time is necessary
Moderate noise (examples: business office with computers and printers)
Regular – Normal work hours and days assigned based on a 40+-hour workweek.