Assistant Apartment Community Manager

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Greystar, a nationwide property management company and real estate developer is looking for an experienced Assistant Property Manager to join our team in Mill Creek, WA at the The Mill at Mill Creek apartment homes. Qualified Assistant Managers should have at least two years of property management experience and should be familiar with Yardi and OneSite. Assistant Property Managers should also have a general understanding of business principles and be financially savvy. We offer competitive salary and benefits along with excellent career opportunities. EOE/DFW.
See below for a brief job description.
To assist the Community Manager in on-site operations, to include the following:
oAssists the Community Manager in creating and maximizing income opportunities through the aggressive management of community operations.
oMakes recommendations to enhance the bottom line performance of the community.
oEnsures adherence to all policies regarding financial responsibilities.
oAdministers late and non-sufficient check charges.
oEnsures accuracy and timeliness of bank deposits, and computer data.
oGenerates weekly reports.
oSchedules necessary repairs and make-ready activities.
oSupervises all on-site personnel in the absence of Community Manager.
oPre-processes payment of invoices for Community Manager's approval.
oAssists with rent collections striving for zero delinquencies each month.
oAssists with community inspections.
oMaintains make-ready process.
oPrepares a monthly financial Delinquency Report.
oConsistently attempts to collect "bad debt" prior to being written off.
oAccountable to the Community Manager for the water sub-metering vendor and ensuring vendor is functioning at an optimal capture ratio (if applicable).
oOther duties as assigned.
A high school diploma or equivalent and professional knowledge of business discipline are required.

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