Director of Property Management

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Job Code: PD17-24
Posted On: Monday, 1st May 2017
Department: Property Management
Location: East Deer Park
200 East Deer Park Drive
Job Type:
Full Time
Education: 4 Year Degree

Job Description:

HOC is seeking an experienced senior executive and property management professional as its Director of Property Management to lead its Property Management Division to enable HOC to achieve its financial goals and ownership objectives.

The ideal candidate will have experience in property management, leasing and maintenance operations for stabilized and lease-up properties.  The candidate will have strong analytical skills and can decipher financial data to effectively review and evaluate residential investment opportunities and to assess the performance of the individual properties in the portfolio.  The candidate will be able to work independently with minimal supervision and able to thrive in an environment that encourages problem solving, creative and strategic thinking, multitasking, decision making and prioritizing under tight deadlines. The ideal candidate will possess the operational business acumen to identify, direct and correct on-site operational deficiencies to bring about optimal financial results.

This is a senior level professional management position reporting to the Executive Director and responsible for directing the operations and supervising the performance of the Property Management Division and for participating in senior staff deliberations.  The position requires extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of multi-family and scattered site rental property administration and management, budgeting, fiscal analysis, and the ability to supervise others. Requires considerable knowledge in rental property management including county, state, and federal laws and regulations pertaining to subsidized housing and the codes and laws pertinent to the upkeep of buildings and equipment owned and managed by HOC. This position ensures that policies and procedures are in place and uniformly followed in an effort to promote and maintain positive relations with residents and community representatives.

The employee in this position is responsible for planning the division's work and decides the work methods and procedures to be used.  This person would also conduct a continuing review of HOC Property Management programs and develop or modify programs as needed.  Will manage the capital plans for all other HOC owned and managed properties. Responsible for determining the required resources for the division programs and for directing actions to resolve major problems or to take appropriate actions to adjust the work effort. Establish annual re-examination program in accordance with HUD guidelines.  Will also interpret objectives and programs of the Division to county, state and federal officials and to the public and work with the Real Estate Division to analyze housing needs and then design programs and resources to meet these needs.

Preferred Skills:

  • Requires a Bachelors degree. Masters degree preferred.
  • Requires seven years experience in property management, with recent successful experience in a Director role.
  • Requires five years of multi-family/ tax credit management experience in a supervisory capacity with proven track record of achievements.
  • Strong experience in tax credit compliance (LIHTC), market rate communities, subsidized housing and mixed-income housing. 
  • Ability to analyze complex financial circumstances, systems and procedures for the improvement of HOC owned and managed properties and recommend solutions to problems encountered.
  • Extensive knowledge of county, state, and federal laws, rules and regulations pertaining to subsidized housing management.
  • Knowledge of the applicable codes and laws, which are essential for the upkeep of buildings and equipment.
  • Ability to act as a representative of the Housing Opportunities Commission in all Property Management activities.
  • Experience managing a large missed income portfolio consisting of over 3,000 units.
  • Ability to deal tactfully, effectively and courteously with the general public
  • Knowledge of budgeting, program planning and evaluation.
  • Strong communication skills, both orally and in writing