Job Summary: The Supportive Housing Property Manager will effectively manage the portfolio of Master Leased units to ensure safe and sanitary living conditions for program participants. These units are secured from private landlords and are then sub-leased to participants receiving assistance through referring partners that provide case management services. Program participants are actively engaged in treatment for substance use disorder and/or mental health and are also engaged in the criminal justice system. The Supportive Housing Property Manager will also support the department with Housing Quality Standard (HQS) Inspections.
Primary Responsibilities: Effective Management of Master Leased Units

Proactively recruit landlords through promotion and education at housing events, hosted discussions, or individual meetings. Develop literature and other marketing tools for prospective participants. Share information with other housing programs to expand housing options across the agency.
Maintain clear communication with owners/managers of units to ensure concerns are identified and resolved in a satisfactory manner.
Ensure all units are of suitable quality and in good condition at lease-up and throughout tenancy. Inspections are completed prior to occupancy and on a quarterly basis thereafter. More frequent inspections will be conducted if the unit does not meet Housing Quality Standards (HQS) level. Monitor maintenance work and the security of unoccupied units.
Work with the Accounting Department to ensure payments are made to owners/managers and that rent portions for program participants are collected.
Coordinate with Supportive Housing Specialist on unit availability and lease up time frame so units are fully utilized. Maintain unit and resident records in an orderly and effective manner.
Revise or establish program specific policies and procedures to address specific concerns or to reflect best practices.
Ensure participants adhere to all lease requirements. If lease is not followed: issue lease violations, serve three-day notices for non-payment of rent or other charges, and for criminal activity. As needed, participate in legal actions including eviction and lock-out.
Housing Quality Standards (HQS) Inspections

Perform and complete HQS Inspections of Master Leased and Supportive Housing TBRA units efficiently and effectively.
Complete necessary HQS reporting
Program Coordination

Attend meetings with Housing Connect staff, partner case managers, property owners, and residents.
Coordinate with owners/managers, residents, housing specialist, and case managers to address any concerns parties may have.
Attend meetings with referring partners as requested or as deemed necessary. Provide training for case management teams on housing location and retention.
Assist with data collection and preparing reports for funding agency.
Desired Qualifications: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

High School diploma, or equivalent, required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Two years full-time work related experience, including property management, related administrative duties, real estate marketing, rent collections, leasing of units and execution of leases.
Knowledge of Public Housing programs beneficial, as well as the ability to work with low-income and special needs individuals.
Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, and database processes.
Basic math skills.
Valid Driver’s License, with ability to utilize personal vehicle (if motor pool vehicle unavailable), to inspect units and attend landlord meetings, in which case reimbursement for mileage would be made.

Create and maintain required records such as master leases, inspection reports, maintenance requests, and vacancy reports.
Write and converse professionally.
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.
Benefits / Why Work for 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:
Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Hourly Wage Minimum: $18/hour
Hourly Wage Maximum: $19/hour
Salary Minimum: This is an hourly wage position.
Salary Maximum: This is an hourly wage position.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
Status: Full Time
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah


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Contact Name: Housing Connect