Assistant Community Director
- Company: RPM Group
- Updated: 2/15/2019
- Location: Cabot, AR
- Status: Full-Time
- Salary: DOE
- Job Level: 3-5 Years Experience
- Region: Central
RPM Group is seeking an Assistant Community Director for an established apartment community in Cabot, AR. Historically, this property has experienced low turn-over and high occupancy rates. The ideal candidate will have previous property management and/or leasing experience. He or she must possess a professional, yet friendly and outgoing, demeanor. In addition, the candidate must be organized, have good computer skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to effectively market and manage the property. An on-site apartment is provided for this position.
WHY YOU COME SHOULD COME WORK WITH US:
We offer a full array of employee benefits including low-cost employee health insurance, 401k, paid holidays, paid vacation and PTO time, and a fantastic team of people! We’re looking for excited, motived folks with a passion for providing excellent customer service to internal and external clients.
All employees must undergo a background screening and pre-employment drug test.
HERE'S WHAT'S EXPECTED:
Work cooperatively, using positive communication to complete work assignments.
Take initiative to complete work assignments in a timely manner, coordinating with other departments/personnel, as needed.
Create an operating environment that assures consistent client and resident satisfaction.
Answer in-coming calls in a friendly manner, responding to questions as needed.
Greet guests, providing accurate information about property and unit features and benefits, as well as pricing.
Consult with prospective residents regarding selection of unit to fit their specific needs.
Assist prospective residents with application and leasing process, collecting necessary fees, following all appropriate leasing policies and procedures, and ensuring accuracy of tenant lease documents. Process all applications per company’s leasing policies and procedures.
Collect resident rent payments, applying to appropriate account.
Receive resident maintenance requests, entering into appropriate program to produce work-order.
Maintain accurate resident database(s) and accounting records, updating records, as needed.
Remain current on, and compliant with, policies and laws affecting the marketing and leasing of the property, including the Company’s leasing agreement, Landlord Tenant code, Fair Housing laws, and other applicable laws.
Perform additional administrative tasks including, but not limited to, general filing, responding to website/email requests for information, returning property voicemail messages, and website profile maintenance.
Perform any other related duties as required or assigned.
Let us know about your qualifications by sending an email with your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Leslie Grable at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.