New Neighborhoods, Inc. (NNI) is a nonprofit housing developer and manager. We are dedicated to building, redeveloping and preserving low and moderate income rental and ownership housing in Fairfield County, Connecticut for families, graduates entering the workforce, veterans, and retirees who make the region a vital place to live and work.
Since 1967, NNI has been committed to improving the quality of life in our towns and cities with affordable housing that provides a safety net and springboard to economic self-sufficiency and builds community.
The Senior Property Manager will manage 132 affordable housing units across multiple buildings. The ideal candidate must be able to work well both independently and under pressure while handling a multitude of responsibilities at
all assigned NNI property locations . The Senior Property Manager will hand le all leasing, security, customer service,
collections and HUD/LIHTC administrative responsibilities.
Job Responsibilities Include but are not Limited to the Following:
- Hire, train and manage staff.
- Handle annual Recertification and Interims.
- Assist in the development, planning, implementation and full maintenance of the budget to continually control the overall financial performance of the properties.
- Handle record – keeping,resident files and reporting in accordance with HUD regulations.
- Maintain accurate records of all property transactions and submit on a timely basis (i.e., rent rolls, work order logs, delinquency reports, move-in/move-outs, etc.).
- Ensure that A/P invoices are submitted to the corporate office for payment.
- Ensure property is rented to fullest capacity.
- Handle late notices, legal filings and evictions on delinquent rents as required.
- Oversee and audit transmission of vouchers for subsidy.
- Oversee security needs, customer service and resident relations.
- Oversee vendor/contractor relations and maintenance of contracts.
- Maintain all resident files to ensure compliance for management reviews.
- Prepare for,respond to and oversee corrections needed to meet requirements of all management reviews.
- Oversee HUD REAC inspections including preparation for, and corrections to deficiencies noted on report.
- Maintain waiting and transfer lists per HUD guidelines.
- Oversee and maintain all new lease and lease renewal practices according to HUD guidelines inclusive of the certification and verificat ion process.
- Deal with resident concerns and requests on a timely basis to ensure resident satisfaction with management.
- Assure lease enforcement and compliance.
- Supervise all contracted and vendor work to assure quality and completion.
- Seek bids for contracted work in accordance with the budget, and ensure contract obligations with vendors are being met.
- Maintain community appearance and ensure repairs are noted and completed on a timely basis.
- Perform move-in and move-out inspections, prepare reports and tenant charges as required
- Execute a variety of duties or tasks as may be assigned by the NNI Director of Operations.
Education,Experience, Skills and Other Requirements
At least seven (7) years of progressive property management experience overseeing an affordable property and staff including responsibility for financial and operational results, HUD Administration, leasing per tenant selection plan.
Experience managing staff.
Certified Occupancy Specialist Certification or equivalent.
Low Income Housing Tax Credit Certification preferred.
Fair Housing certification a plus.
Section 8 experience to include EIV.
Boston Post knowledge preferred.
A willingness to participate in continual training in order to comply with new or existing laws.
Proven ability to represent oneself and NNI in a professional manner at all times throughout the workday and/or whenever present at the community.
Exceptional analytical and problem solving abilities along with excellent writing and organizational skills.
Take charge personality with the ability to handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines as needed.
Proficiency with all Microsoft Office products.
Bachelor’s Degree a plus.
Must have a car and valid driver’s license as well as be able to pass a background check and drug screening test.
Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
Director of Operations
Full-Time(40hours per work week)