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Property Accountant

Job Posted: October 10th, 2017
Property Accountant

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of others every day, while you grow your career in Accounting & Finance?

Senior Housing Options, Inc., a non-profit providing affordable, safe housing and care for seniors and people with disabilities, has a great opportunity for a Property Accountant to join our team.

The Property Accountant is responsible for generating and reviewing all financial statements for Senior Housing Options, Inc. and all of its properties, including oversight of accuracy and completeness of the accounts payable and accounts receivable processes. The Property Accountant works with the Director of Accounting and Finance to develop, maintain, and execute on accounting and financial policies and procedures necessary to accomplish best practices in accounting, risk mitigation and ethics for a non-profit organization.

Key duties include:
• Responsible for all aspects of the general ledger and financial statements of all properties, including preparation, review and interpretation of monthly financial statement reports
• Schedule and lead monthly financial status calls with each Senior Housing Options, Inc. property
• Accomplish all monthly activity and journal entries, accruals, reconciliations, analysis of Yardi reports, review of receipt transactions, payable transactions, and security deposits
• Serve as vendor manager for Yardi accounting software

Qualified candidates will have:
• Skilled at communicating clearly both verbally and in writing, including the ability to provide non‐technical assistance in a simple, straightforward manner
• High level of expertise in accounting methods, best practices and financial audits
• Maintain a professional demeanor and respond with urgency
• Show strong teambuilding and interpersonal skills, exercise ownership over job duties and team performance
• Understanding of discretion needed in handling confidential information
• Self-directed, accountable for results and proactive; independent problem solver
• Excellent math skills and attention to detail in performing job duties
• Commitment to providing excellent service to internal customers
• Bachelors’ Degree in Accounting required
• 2-4 years’ experience in property accounting role preferred
• Must have in-depth experience using Yardi accounting software

Expected Hours of Work:
This role is considered full-time and typically works 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday during core business hours.

What We Offer:
• Paid holidays and paid time off
• Employer-subsidized health and dental insurance benefits for employees
• 403(b) retirement plan with 2% match, subject to vesting requirements
• Opportunities for training, career growth and leadership development
• An employer with a mission you can believe in and a team that works together to achieve it

You will love working in our lower downtown corporate office in a historic Denver building, less than two blocks from Union Station with easy access to Light Rail. Every one of our employees is a critical part of our success. Will you be the next one to join our team?

Please apply today by emailing your resume to jobs@seniorhousingoptions.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer 


Full Time Leasing Specialist

Job Posted: August 14th, 2017
Kavod Senior Life is a rewarding place to work. It’s an organization where ability and compassion combine to create unmatched service. We truly value our employees and have built an organization that embraces diversity, supports team members and encourages growth. Equal Opportunity Employer.

We are currently seeking a Full Time Leasing Specialist to join our team. This position is an integral part of the leasing department. Through regular interactions with Kavod residents the Leasing Specialist ensures a thorough recertification process, maintains accurate records and meets deadlines. If you have a passion for serving seniors, strong organizational skills and an eye for detail, this may be the job for you.

SUMMARY: The Leasing Specialist performs leasing functions for Kavod Senior Life in accordance with HUD guidelines, all Federal and State laws, and Kavod policies & procedures. Provides support to Chief Financial Officer and President/CEO, as appropriate. The Leasing Specialist reports directly to the Leasing Manager.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Carry out aspects of the recertification & interim certification process:

o Preparation of certification notices per HUD regulations and distribution to residents, scheduling appointments
o Schedules and participates in in-person resident meetings to collect required documentation
o Conduct apartment inspections & enter the deficiencies into the work order system
o Make copies of all required documentation & return originals to resident
o Timely compile recertification worksheet for audit/review by the 20th of each month.
o Send notices by the 1st of the month for residents to sign recertification
o Collect signatures and explain any applicable rent changes to resident
o Post tenants payments
o Communicate concerns regarding personal or social tenant problems that arise that are not of a leasing nature.
o Keep current on all updates and changes in HUD and Fair Housing programs and requirements.
o Maintain resident files and various leasing data spreadsheets. Assist with annual audit all tenant files (move-ins & current residents) prior to annual CHFA review in accordance with internal practices.
o Archive tenant files to storage. Assist Leasing Manager with maintaining archived files.
 Qualifications:
Associate’s degree (A.A.) from an accredited college or university; or one to two years’ experience and/or training in bookkeeping and/or leasing; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in performing HUD-subsidized project leasing-related activities strongly preferred.
Ability to read and interpret documents. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively one-on-one or to groups. Bi-lingual skills preferred (Russian/English).
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to count U.S. currency and calculate correct change.

For consideration, submit cover letter and resume to cdewhurst@kavodseniorlife.org 

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Property Manager - West Valley City, UT

Job Posted: July 31st, 2017
Property Manager for a HUD Subsidized 202 Senior Property in West Valley City, Utah

Position is full-time and includes benefits

JOB FUNCTIONS:
• Manage day to day operations of property
• Ensure property files are compliant with HUD and other requirements
• Ensure leases, community policies and addendums are up-to-date and legally appropriate.
• Oversee completion of maintenance tasks
• Maintain Fair Housing standards
• Supervise property staff

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Experience with HUD subsidy programs
• Property Management experience
• Strong organizational skills
• Ability to manage property and meet deadlines
• Excellent computer skills – Microsoft Office
• Experience with Real Page is a plus

Please send resumes to Debra at dlhurst@qwestoffice.net

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Property Manager - St. George, UT

Job Posted: July 31st, 2017
Property Manager for Subsidized 515 Family Property in St. George, Utah

Position is part-time

JOB FUNCTIONS:
• Manage day to day operations of property
• Ensure property files are compliant with HUD and other requirements
• Ensure leases, community policies and addendums are up-to-date and legally appropriate.
• Oversee completion of maintenance tasks
• Maintain Fair Housing standards
• Supervise property staff

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Experience with HUD subsidy programs
• Property Management experience
• Strong organizational skills
• Ability to manage property and meet deadlines
• Excellent computer skills – Microsoft Office
• Experience with Real Page is a plus


Please send resumes to Debra at dlhurst@qwestoffice.net

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Property Manager II

Job Posted: July 24th, 2017
Position Title: Property Manager II Classification: Exempt Reports To: Regional Director of Operations Date Created: November 2016

Summary/Objective:
The Property Manager II will oversee a Section 8 Housing facility with greater than 60 units (106). The primary purpose of this position is to direct the day-to-day functions of the facility in accordance with current federal, state and HUD regulations and to assure the highest degree of quality of life will be received by all residents. The Property Manager II will manage a team of two or more full-time employees, who will collectively encourage and support a safe, stable, and comfortable living environment without compromising resident rights and confidentiality.

Essential Functions:
Comply with HUD/Section 8 housing requirements and promote Fair Housing standards to all tenants
Ensure the safety and security of the residents by establishing processes and training that allow staff to quickly respond to all building-related concerns.

Manage team of employees to carry out the operations of the facility, including housekeeping and janitorial functions, to ensure the facility maintains a clean appearance and safe living conditions at all times
Ensure proper scheduling, including on-call shifts, so that facility and resident emergencies are quickly supported; may rotate “On Call” duty with other staff members • Monitor the maintenance and operation of electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, and mechanical systems including the development and monitoring of a preventative maintenance program. 

Regularly inspect the grounds, building, and common areas for proper maintenance and cleanliness
Coordinate timely unit turnovers with other staff members, ensure units are refurbished and cleaned within a target 5-day window.
 
Maintain proper resident files in compliance with HUD/Section 8, including incident reports
Obtain support service referrals for tenants and ensure residents are well educated on the services and support available to them; coordinate with service providers as needed
Ensure facility is at 100% capacity at all times; quickly and effectively manage a resident waitlist
Actively engage in community outreach to obtain donations and services for the building
Manage property budget and ensure all expenses are accounted for and within budget
Submit required documents, invoices, inspections and all other property reports to the SHO Office weekly
Utilize the Yardi system to collect, post, deposit, and report resident rents according to SHO and HUD procedures.
 
Monitor rental collection system and send delinquent notices as needed
Prepare and execute all lease documents and orientation of new tenants; prepare notices of lease violations as needed.
 
Manage annual re-certifications for each tenant in accordance with Federal-funded programs
Adhere to all resident rights, including privacy, confidentiality, and treating residents with dignity and respect
Will manage a team of employees including hiring, firing, interviewing, training and performance evaluations
Complete other duties as assigned by the SHO management team. 

Education and Experience:
Associates Degree required in related field such as Human Services; Bachelor’s preferred, Minimum three (3) years prior work experience managing a HUD facility, Prior working experience with an elderly and/or disabled population a plus, Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Outlook, Experience with HUD software (Yardi) preferred, Prior supervisory experience a must.

Equal Opportunity Employer 


Property Management Assistant

Job Posted: July 24th, 2017
Receptionist at corporate office. Composing & placing ads, interviewing, filling in at apartment complexes during staff vacations and assisting with new lease ups. Apartment management experience and general office experience required. Ideal candidate will have Tax Credit and/or other Affordable housing management experience. Training for accreditation will be provided and will be required. Resumes to: resumes@ross-management.com




Property Management Administrator

Job Posted: July 11th, 2017
Who we are:
The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver, (“DHA”) is a quasi-municipal corporation with a portfolio of over 11,000 units and Housing Choice Vouchers (“HCV”), providing affordable housing to more than 26,000 very low, low and middle income individuals representing over 10,000 families. DHA has transformed public housing in Denver, creating vibrant, revitalized, sustainable, transit oriented, and mixed-income communities of choice.
Denver Housing Authority's mission is to serve the residents of Denver by developing, owning, and operating safe, decent and affordable housing in a manner that promotes thriving communities.
DHA owns and operates over 3,900 conventional public housing units that are subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”), nearly 700 subsidized multi-family units, and about 200 other locally-funded housing units. DHA also administers the federal HCV program, formerly known as "Section 8". The HCV program combines and replaces the Section 8 Certificate Program and the Section 8 Voucher Program, and makes it possible for low income residents to live in privately owned rental housing throughout the city. DHA acts as an agent for HUD in this program, making subsidy payments to the private property owners of HCV holders. DHA, on behalf of HUD, administers up to 6,000 vouchers.
DHA is governed by a nine-member Board of Commissioners appointed by the Mayor of Denver and approved by the City Council.

The Position
Under the direction of the Director of Housing Management, this position ensures that the management and maintenance facilities are managed according to approved policies and procedures including lease enforcement; develops and implements property management, maintenance plans, and operation procedures; trains, supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned staff. It also ensures standards are maintained in providing safe, decent and sanitary housing and promotes professionalism.

Minimum Qualifications at the Time of Application
• Bachelor’s degree in business, management engineering, public administration or management.
• Five (5) years of progressively responsible management and/or supervisory experience.
• Public Housing Manager, Accredited Residential Manager or Certified Property Manager certification preferred.
• Valid Colorado driver license and a good driving record.
• A combination of appropriate education and experience may be substituted for the minimum educational requirement.

Benefit Information
 Sick leave is accrued at 6 hours per month.
 Annual leave (vacation) for new employees is accrued at 8 hours per month.
 11 paid holidays per year with an optional paid day off.
 Health insurance and 125 Plan.
 Group life insurance, pension plan (employer contributes an amount equal to 10% of the annual salary), short term and long term disability insurance are paid by DHA.
 Dental plan, vision insurance, critical illness insurance, accident insurance, 457 pension plan and the ROTH IRA are employee paid options.
 Performance based merit increases and annual adjustment are given depending upon current policy.

How to Apply
You may apply for this position in one of the following ways:
 in person between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at 777 Grant Street 2nd Floor or
 by faxing your application and/or resume to (720) 932-3005 or
 by emailing your application and/or resume to personnel@denverhousing.org or
 by mailing it to the address at the bottom of the page.

Salary requirement must be included with application and/or resume.

The application form as well as more information about DHA can be found on our website: www.denverhousing.org. Applications filed previously will not apply to this posting; a new one must be submitted. Please specify the position for which you are applying. No phone calls please.
Recruitment will remain open until filled.
DENVER HOUSING AUTHORITY EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
777 GRANT STREET, 2nd FLOOR HEARING IMPAIRED 720-932-3111
DENVER, CO 80203

 


Property Manager & Maintenance Technician in Delta, CO

Job Posted: June 29th, 2017
Location: Delta, Colorado at Alta Vista de la Montana, a 40 unit multi-family
                  apartment complex
Immediate Supervisor: Director of Asset Management
Salary Range: Dependent upon experience
Benefits: Comprehensive Benefits to include health and dental insurance, dollar-for- dollar 401(k) plan matching contributions up to 3% of earnings, free life insurance, short-term and long-term disability coverage, and extensive time-off including holidays, sick leave, and paid vacation. Position includes a three bedroom unit.
Status: Exempt, Full-Time Employee, 40 hours per week

Definition:
CRHDC a Colorado based non-profit is seeking two employees or a couple to serve as the Property Manager/Maintenance Technician to live in our 40 unit agricultural worker multi-family housing complex in Delta, Colorado built in 2010. The position comes with a three bedroom apartment. The Property Manager is primarily responsible for marketing and leasing units, maintaining resident/unit files, abiding by compliance parameters, renewing residential leases, performing re-certifications as applicable, and working collaboratively with the Maintenance Technician ensuring that the property is a safe and well-maintained environment for residents. The Property Manager ensures property is in compliance with applicable funding agencies and prepares reports as required/requested.

Essential Functions:
• Markets units, pre-qualifies interested parties, and makes every effort to ensure vacancies are filled in a timely manner.
• Travel throughout the county to continuosuly market to keep units fully occupied with a waiting list.
• Prepares all move-in packets and coordinates the move-in with the new resident, and works with the Facilities Manager on unit move-in/move out inspections.
• Responsible for submitting monthly monitoring reports on housing property management activities to the Portfolio Coordinator.
• Responsible to work as a team with the Maintenance Technician to develop preventative maintenance schedules, and ensure all maintenance issues are addressed timely and effectively.
• Responsible for receipt of rental payments from tenants, recording payments/payment actions, and preparation of bank deposits in a scheduled-timely manner. Assesses Late Fees and other charges per property policy.
• Reporting of delinquencies/legal actions to credit agency as needed.
• Works as a team with the Maintenance Technician to ensure that all vacant units are in “move-in” condition (repaired and cleaned).
• Walks the property once a day to ensure physical oversight.
• Adheres to the property management manual and additional managerial tools provided by CRHDC, USDA, and other funding agencies.
• Create and distribute monthly communications to all residents. Develop and implement creative community events and resident services to enhance living at AVDLM.
• Participate in three regular meetings. A monthly company-wide property management meeting, a weekly marketing meeting, and a weekly meeting with Maintenance Technician.
• Trains tenants on good house keeping and maintenance of their units.
• Proives orientation to all new tenants on use and maintenance and use of appliances.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Maintains a professional, yet friendly atmosphere in the office.
• Performs application verifications.
• Works with Maintenance Technician and Director of Asset Management weekly to determine creative and efficient ways to market the property.
• Assists in coordinating resident activities to facilitate better resident retention.
• Performs property bookkeeping and paperwork as required, including submittal of RD vouchers if applicable.
• Rotate with the Maintenance Technician in cleaning of the community room, office and wash room.
• Close the laundry room by 10 pm each evening.
• Performs other tasks and duties as assigned by the Director of Asset Management.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Proven ability to speak comfortably and enthusiastically with people to market the property.
• Spanish bi-lingual skills a plus.
• Understanding of basic bookkeeping/client accounts principals.
• Experience in rental/multi-family management – terminology familiarity a plus.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong computer skills to include Microsoft Office suite and property management software.
• Ability to work flexible hours as needed.
• Ability to interact with wide range of people.
• Must have reliable transportation to complete marketing and bank deposit requirements.
• Available to travel state wide for company trainings as needed.
• Personable and friendly.

Grounds & Maintenance Technician

Location: Delta, Colorado at Alta Vista de la Montana, a 40 unit multi-family
apartment complex
Immediate Supervisor: Project and Maintenance Manager
Benefits: Comprehensive Benefits to include employer paid health and dental insurance, dollar-for-dollar 401(k) plan matching contributions up to 3% of earnings, free life insurance, short-term and long-term disability coverage, and extensive time-off including holidays, sick leave, and paid vacation.
Classification: Non-exempt, full-time at 32 – 40 hours per week

Job Function:
The Grounds and Maintenance Technician for CRHDC performs landscaping and maintenance for 40 units at our residential agricultural apartment complex in Delta, CO. This employee helps maintain the property in a safe, efficient, and marketable condition. The employee should also possess strong communication skills, and be versatile and flexible, since they occasionally have to drop one task to make an emergency repair. This position reports to our Project Manager and Maintenance Manager.

Relationships

1. Reports to and takes direction from the Maintenance Manager and works closely with Property Manager.
2. Maintains professional, courteous relationship with current and prospective residents.
3. Maintains relationships with any contract service providers on the property.
4. Maintains working relationships with other staff members.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The activities listed below are not all inclusive. However, they are indicative of the types to activities normally performed by the grounds and maintenance technician.

1. Corrective maintenance:
A. Assist with apartment ready procedures such as:
• Painting,patching and drywall.
• Assists with move-in and move-out turn-overs, and quarterly inspections.
• Cleaning carpets, windows, and appliances.
• Servicing appliances, plumbing, and electrical fixtures.
• Repair or replace faulty parts, locks, light bulbs, etc.

B. Performs corrective maintenance as requested on work orders.
• Enter units at resident's convenience if possible.
• Make repairs, and cleans up thoroughly.
• Observe condition of apartment and report any unusual circumstances to site manager.
• Leave notice of work performed for tenant.
• Provide status of work performed for property manager.

2. Preventive Maintenance

A. Makes regular inspections of grounds, buildings, plumbing, electrical fixtures, appliances and major equipment.
• Checks for appearance and cleanliness.
• Checks for structural cracks.
• Checks for excessive wear.
• Checks for faulty parts.
• Replaces filters and batteries per schedule
• Clean gutters in fall
• Prepare sprinkler system for winter.

B. Makes repairs or replacements as necessary with approval of property manager.

C. Is familiar with power, water and gas turnoffs, cleanouts traps, fire systems and equipment and floor plan of entire building(s).
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3. Emergency Maintenance
• Knows emergency numbers (police, fire department, maintenance specialists)
• Follows all emergency policies and procedures.
• Ability to work flexible hours as needed.
• Is on call for emergency duty when assigned.

4. Other Duties
• Prompt snow removal for common areas and sidewalks.
• Weekly mowing of facility grounds.
• Regular maintenance of lawns, shrubs, trees, plants and flowers including watering pruning, fertilizing, etc.
• Pick up trash and keep property neat and clean.
• Assist in maintaining inventory of tools, equipment and supplies.
• Report all needed repairs to facilities manager and implement repairs as appropriate.
• Assist with other types of maintenance when necessary.
• Attend instructional classes and staff meetings as required by management.
• Maintains professional, courteous relationship with current and prospective residents.
• Maintains relationships with any contract service providers on the property.
• Skill in operating a variety of power equipment and hand tools.
• Strong public relations and communication skills necessary for interacting with tenants.
• Mechanical aptitude for operating hand and power tools.
• Strong written communication skills necessary for completing forms necessary for the position and for completing log entries of daily/weekly accomplishments.
• Ability to make independent judgments and decisions while working in the field.
• Ability to handle difficult situations in a courteous and professional manner.
• Ability and knowledge to work with strong industrial cleaners, pesticides, and disinfectants.
• Ability to assess daily workloads and materials necessary to complete the daily tasks.
• Ability to organize shop on a daily basis with tools and materials necessary to complete these tasks.
• Work involves frequent interruptions and contact with angry, upset or frustrated individuals.
• Frequent exposure to fertilizers, paint, industrial cleaners, pesticides, disinfectants and other potentially hazardous material.
• Work involves effectively completing work assignments in a timely manner despite tight deadlines.
• Any other duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Lifting and Carrying:
• Using a cart or other assistance, will lift and/or carry items such as kitchen appliances (refrigerator, stove, and dishwashers) floor sanding equipment (drum and finish sanders) that may weigh between 50 and 100 lb. Move crates of snow melt, sacks of concrete, lumber, cleaning supplies in large quantity containers. At times will move water heaters or gas fired heating systems under floor space, with limited work area.
Body Positions
• Frequent standing, bending, lifting, moving of heavy objects, climbing on ladders up to two
stories high.
• Will carry roofing materials up two stories to make repairs as well as crawling in crawl spaces moving water heaters and furnaces and related materials. Will also crawl under cabinets to make plumbing repairs and crawl in low attic spaces to make repairs.

Experience and Qualifications:
• High school education or equivalent.
• Direct maintenance experience.
• Driver’s license and reliable transportation to pick-up items for property.
• Some knowledge of electricity, plumbing and carpentry.
• Bi-lingual Spanish helpful, not required.
• Working knowledge of HVAC system and appliances.
• Ability to follow instructions, both written and verbal.
• Ability to interact with wide range of people.
• Patience with all residents.

To apply please submit resume and cover letter to Director of Human Resources by email: melanie@crhdc.org. To learn more about CRHDC visit our website: www.crhdc.org This position is subject to a pre-employment background check and a pre-employment drug test. CRHDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

CRHDC was formed in 1971 as Colorado Rural Housing Development Corporation and changed their name to incorporate their efforts in both urban and rural markets in 2009. CRHDC offers housing and financial education, down payment and mortgage loans, real estate services, affordable rental housing for seniors and the disabled, and a variety of homeownership options. CRHDC is a HUD Housing Counseling Agency and a member of NeighborWorks® America.

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Property Manager - Fort Collins, CO

Job Posted: June 13th, 2017
Neighbor to Neighbor in Fort Collins, CO

POSITION OVERVIEW
The Property Manager oversees day to day operations of N2N’s Affordable Housing and Section 8 properties. The portfolio includes HUD subsidized Section 8, Mod Rehab, PRAC 811, and grant restricted affordable apartment rentals in Fort Collins and Loveland, CO. The Property Manager reports to the Finance Director.

JOB SUMMARY
Position is full-time and includes benefits.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
• Manage day to day occurrences related to the portfolio
• Ensure all properties are maintained in a safe, habitable condition
• Ensure property files are compliant with HUD and other requirements
• Oversee completion of lease and maintenance tasks
• Ensures Leases, Community Policies and Addendums are up-to-date and legally appropriate.
• Complete HUD Contract Files and other grant files
• Complete annual property inspections and audits with partners such as HUD, city representatives, HOME, and CHFA
• Renew and/or recertify HUD Section 8 contracts annually
• Oversee management of House Rules through leasing consultant’s notices and cooperation with Resident Services
• Maintain fair housing and reasonable accommodation standards
• Collaborate efforts with other housing and partner agencies within the community
• Serve as a liaison between Law Enforcement, Neighborhood Watch and N2N
• Participate in training in order to comply with new or existing laws, including CHFA and HUD trainings
• Hire, train, support, and supervise property staff and volunteers related to property responsibilities. Property staff includes: two full time leasing coordinators.
• Assist in creating weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual operating and financial reports

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s Degree and/or two years related experience with Section 8 and/or affordable housing or relevant customer service
• Ability to show compassion and professionalism with clients
• Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks
• Strong computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Yardi
• Attention to detail
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
• Ability to perform as a positive team player
• Experience working with low-income populations
• Good organizational and problem solving skills

Please send resume to jmaeda@n2n.org.

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