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Thank you for your interest in working for So Others Might Eat (SOME, Inc). Below are the current positions that are available. Please take a few moments to review our website to learn more about us before applying.

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All positions require a criminal background check and some positions require other pre-employment screenings such as substance abuse tests, child abuse registry check, FBI check. All positions require three professional references, preferably from supervisors. Most positions require a two-tier interview process. Copies of required credentials will be requested upon job offer.

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Property Manager

Department: Property Management
Location: Washington , DC

Some Inc., seeks a compassionate and understanding person able to perform as a Property Manager. Responsible for the overall performance of the portfolio including operations, customer service, occupancy, program compliance, resident relations and court appearance.

Position Description: The Property Manager primary function is to accomplish SOME’s mission to help those in need with compassion and respect, as well as to achieve the organization’s objectives and preserve the value of the property.

Schedule: Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and one (1) late day per week, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.'

Required: H/S Diploma and 3+ years’ of related work experience in Property Management. Experience as a manager of Affordable Housing. Driver's License and own vehicle.

Preferred: Bachelor's Degree; 3+ years'  of related work experience in Property Management, Affordable housing or related. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Must be familiar with housing agency regulations and have a commitment to community building. 
  • demonstrated a capacity to work as an active member of a team comprised of on-site and off-site stakeholders, to participate in joint decision-making processes and to balance competing objectives. 
  • Must understand OneSite database, and the workflow process, in order to operate efficiently and accurately.
  • Ability to physically inspect the property in its entirety to include walking/climbing stairs, and ability to withstand all weather conditions.
  • Must respond to ‘after hours’ emergencies. 
Expected Contributions
Financial Operations: 
  • Achieves financial stability through cost reduction and implementing systems to reduce the delinquency rate and following up monthly with residents. 
  • Monitors and oversees all PM related plans, policies, procedures, rules, regulations, soft services contracts and agreements in accordance with organizational policies. 
  • Keeps track of hard services contracts.  Prepares annual operating budget; monitors projections, and maintains budgetary guidelines, as well as being able to explain the monthly variances.    
  • Oversees rent, security deposits, and miscellaneous income collections and reviews scheduled billings. 
  • Delivers cash receipts batches weekly to the Property Accountant.   Prepares and reviews all reports, including monthly management and expense reports. 
  • Submit reports when due and in complete and accurate form.   Ensures that residents adhere to all provisions of the Lease and community rules.    
  • Ensures the accurate maintenance of resident records in OneSite and Kwiktag.   
Social Area:   
  • Responds to property management questions and complaints from residents. 
  • Investigates property management complaints, disturbances, and violations. 
  • Notifies the residents in writing of all issues affecting their tenancy. Works in collaboration with the Program Management/Social Services team.   Oversees the properties’ tours, units’ showing, and marketing property amenities.  
Compliance and Housing
  • Ensures SOME’s compliance and deadlines for documentation.   
  • Oversees compliance related screenings and reviews of all applications in a timely manner, preparation of lease package and lease approvals with local housing agencies, scheduling of apartment inspections and securing the acquisition of housing assistance payment contracts.    
  • Supervises lease orientations and signings, plus the submission of DCHA documentation.   
  • Oversees Tax Credit move-in certification and re-certification process.   Responsible for putting together and pre-auditing the first year investor lease-ups files, if needed.   
  • Supervises, assists and reviews the DCHA certification process. Ensures timely and accurate certification for annual and interim.   Supervises processing of move-ins/outs, transfers, and rent changes for OneSite data entry.   Interacts with various stakeholders.     
 
Reports to: Senior Director of Asset Management

To Apply: Go to our career page at http://www.some.org/about_jobs.html and click on the search icon to locate this position. Follow the instructions to complete your on-line application profile to be considered. No phone calls please. 

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