Our Ideal Candidate:What does a Chamberlin + Associates of Community Operations look like? You possess a competitive spirit, with a humble heart. You are a goal-oriented leader willing to do what’s right over what’s easy, who demonstrates genuine care and concern for your team, clients, and residents. You are studious and career-minded, loyal, competitive yet collaborative. You are a mentor and an inspiration to the people who work with and for you. You are an effective communicator with an affinity towards serving others, who focuses on building rapport and relationships.
Our core values:
○ Our community is our strength. That’s why we put people first — whether that
means providing wrap-around support to our team or going the extra mile to
make our clients feel at home.
○ We are here to serve. But it’s more than just what we do. Helping our clients
achieve their goals is what’s kept our family business running since 1991.
○ There’s nothing that can make up for the decades of experience our team brings
to the table. Not only does our years work in the property management industry
set us apart, it’s the foundation of who we are.
○ We know every relationship is built on trust. That’s why we’re happy to share our
past successes with our current and future clients. We know results speak for
The work you do:
Own the day-to-day operations and optimization of a multimillion-dollar asset
Coach, mentor, and inspire a team of administrative and service personnel; coordinating their activities to create the most streamlined and effective processes and procedures.
Oversee the hiring, promotions, transfers, discharges, and ongoing employee performance; onboard, train and develop new and current employees
Act as the subject matter expert for your community’s sub-market, keeping in tune with competitive communities and surrounding employment base.
Work in coordination with the Manager of Facilities and Service with regards to exterior property issues (including landscaping), outstanding unit service requests, unit move-out costs, move-in turn schedules, market-ready inventory, maintenance staffing, supplies needed, etc.
Manage key performance factors for the community, such as unit availability and assess any necessary price adjustments including premiums on the vacant units and on-notice units.
Manage various community-specific accounting activities, such as daily bank deposits, record collection activity, monitor daily input of rent payments, weekly purchase orders, invoices, Budgets, etc.
The skills you bring:
2+ years of management experience in a customer-facing environment
Excellent communication skills
Professional appearance and demeanor
Multi-tasking and organizational skills – demonstrated ability to perform multifaceted projects in conjunction with daily activities.
Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.
Collaborative management style – demonstrated mentorship ability.
Service orientation, with the ability to be assertive/persuasive when needed.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: Is based on experience!
We offer BONUSES, BENEFITS, and plenty of room for growth!