New York City
Residential Property Coordinator
The property management department acts as the managing agent for (1) buildings we own or controls; (2) buildings for which we have contracted to provide property management services; and (3) individual apartments in other buildings that are part of our “scattered site” supportive housing programs. The property management department is responsible for lease maintenance, rent collection, property financial reports and compliance with government regulations (such as Low Income Housing Tax Credits, HOME, and Housing Trust Fund).
The Residential Property Coordinator has the following responsibilities:
- Collecting rents, responding to tenant complaints, and inspecting apartments at a new 126-unit building that is currently being built in the Bronx.
- Identifying tenants and completing the leasing process for this building and as apartments in other managed buildings become vacant, which includes:
- verifying each tenant’s eligibility for the particular vacant apartment;
- conducting interviews according to Housing First and the Fair Housing Act;
- completing background checks on all applicants; and
- completing paperwork relating to low-income housing tax credits, rental subsidies, maximum rent calculations before signing a lease.
- Ensuring that tenants move in within thirty days.
- Providing administrative support to the Director of Property Management, which includes:
- responding to inquiries about housing;
- maintaining records of housing applications received;
- maintaining copies of leases and lease records; and
- mailing monthly rent bills as needed.
All staff must adhere to the following general principles:
- Respectful communication
- Understanding, appreciation, and commitment to the philosophy and mission.
- Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent (GED) – Bachelor’s degree in related field, preferred.
- Minimum of two years in an administrative function within an office setting, preferred.
- Excellent organizational skills, time management and planning skills.
- Strong numerical and analytical problem solving skills.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to utilize various computer programs, specifically Microsoft Word, Awards, MDS, and Excel.
- Initiative and responsibility for follow through.
- Ability to maintain confidential information, as related to position.
- Bilingual Spanish-speaking, preferred.
Previous experience in property management or real estate, specifically low income housing, strongly preferred
Only qualified candidates will be considered.
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