Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Job Type:
Full Time

Pay Range: 22.50-23.00
Organization's Mission: Housing Connect’s mission is to connect people and communities to quality affordable housing opportunities while promoting self-sufficiency and neighborhood revitalization.
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: Housing Connect is an equal opportunity employer.
Position Summary: The Property Manager supports the mission of Housing Connect by providing quality management of grounds and community space and is responsible for the overall management of site operations, including but not limited to, LIHTC compliance, maintenance, grounds, marketing/advertising, screening applicants, efficient vacancy preparation, occupancy rate, budgeting, expense oversight, leasing, rent collections, evictions, vendors and community partner relations. Provides excellent customer service to tenants, co-workers, vendors and community partners.
Primary Responsibilities: Property Management

Collect rents and maintain computer records according to the Housing Connect's procedures and funding requirements.
Process requests for rent adjustments in accordance with established procedures, including obtaining verifications, entering information into computer, etc.
Maintain compliance with Low-Income Tax Credits and HOME regulations by assuring all files are accurate and audited. Submit LIHTC files to compliance 30 prior to due date.
Monitor site budget.
Post charges associated with work order, late charges, etc. by entering them in computer and generating notices for residents.
Follow-up delinquent accounts and pursue collections in accordance with established procedures.
Monitor expenses to ensure spending is within guidelines.
Pro-actively market units.
Show vacant apartments utilizing professional marketing procedures and maintain a high level of continued occupancy by leasing property in a timely manner.
Prepare reports in accordance with established procedures.
Address resident concerns in a timely professional manner. Document and report all issues to supervisor and management, as appropriate.
Send/post all notices regarding compliance to rules and regulations when a violation occurs.
Process invoices for correctness, accuracy, and proper coding.
Maintain and reconcile the property's budget.
Establish and maintain a waiting list per established procedures.
Complete and submit incident reports for all events that may involve injury or damage.
Maintain the property business office in a neat, orderly and business-like manner at all times with regularly scheduled office hours per established procedures.
Complete move-in and move-out reports for submission to Accounting Department.

Supervising Personnel

Participate in pre-employment interviews and make hiring recommendations, as needed.
Supervise and train staff in compliance with Housing Connect policies and procedures. Work with management to address performance issues in an open, direct and timely manner to assure staff are meeting job duties.
Interpret and apply personnel policies, departmental policies, and other relevant policies and procedures.
Review time and leave reports for assigned staff.
Prepare and review performance appraisals and discuss with subordinates as appropriate.
Counsel employees regarding job performance and document in accordance with established procedures. Recommend disciplinary action, as needed.
Assist and coordinate functions to assure a safe and productive work environment.
Promote agency mission and strategic plan by writing objectives into staff performance plan.

General Repair and Maintenance Including Grounds Maintenance

Oversee maintenance of the grounds, trash container areas, and common areas not allowing any trash or debris to accumulate.
Oversee all work associated with the upkeep and maintenance of the complex.
Ensure all vacant apartments are immediately cleaned and made ready for showing and occupancy.
Conduct property inspections, including move-in, housekeeping, and grounds in order to assure adherence to established standards.
Maintain records of the status of assigned units, e.g. filled, vacant, anticipated vacancy, etc.
Log all resident work orders and dispatch maintenance personnel promptly. Items covered under warranties should be reported to the appropriate maintenance companies and followed up for prompt repairs.

Tenant Relations

Address residents who are not complying with the terms of the lease
Refer residents with needing assistance, such as economic, social, legal, health, etc. to Resident Services or agencies that provide assistance.
Maintain liaison with Service Coordinator staff to assist with resident activities, address specific problems, plan meetings, or support activities as appropriate.
Resolve conflict and complaints among residents, if possible, in order to avoid grievances.
Recommend eviction if resident behavior warrants, and prepare related documentation to support recommendation.
Participate in hearings and appeals, as needed.
Desired Qualifications: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

High School graduate or equivalent.
Four years full-time work related experience including property management, administrative and customer service, low-income tax credits, HOME fund, marketing, rent collections, leasing of units, execution of lease and the ability to work with low-income individuals.
Three years supervisory experience.
Certification in low-income tax credit compliance required.
Valid Driver’s License.
Computer literate.


Housing Connect policies and procedures, particularly as they pertain to property management.
Laws and standards that apply to property management, such as Fair Housing Laws, Landlord-Tenant Law, OSHA Standards, local and state building codes.
Basic knowledge of building maintenance, fire prevention and liability reduction principles.
Basic office practices, procedures, and equipment.
The agencies that provide assistance and services to residents, including some knowledge of eligibility requirements.
Basic English in order to communicate verbally and in writing.
Mathematics sufficient to perform calculations required for summarizing rent collections, making deposits, and for rent adjustments.


Maintain required records such as tenant files, vacancy reports, etc.
Procure goods and services in accordance with Housing Connect procedures and in keeping with the assigned Operating Budget for the property.
Read and interpret policies and guidelines in order to make sound decisions.
Work cooperatively with other agency staff and community officials.
Work independently with minimal supervision.
Present a professional and positive attitude to residents, staff and other organizations.


Tenacity & Enthusiasm
Benefits / Why Work With Us: Housing Connect offers industry leading benefits including a comprehensive health care package, participation in Utah Retirement Systems, and paid vacation and sick leave.
How to Apply:
Closing Date: Open until filled
Location: Salt Lake City


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Contact: Housing Connect
Phone: 801-284-4400