Bath Housing is seeking a full-time Property Manager. This position is a great opportunity for the right person to make a difference with both our organization and the greater Bath community. The Property Manager is responsible for the oversight, management, and daily operations of a portfolio of affordable housing properties. This includes, but is not limited to, managing and maintaining waiting lists, resident recruitment, screening, selection, lease management, and vendor and contract coordination. The position carries out Agency policies and procedures in accordance with the applicable rules and regulations as established by HUD, Regulatory Agreements, MaineHousing, and other pertinent documents and contracts negotiated by the agency. The Property Manager is an intricate component of our progressive team environment.
The position requires two years previous experience providing excellent customer service in a professional setting. Property Management experience is preferred. Proficiency with use of Microsoft Office platforms including outlook, word, and excel is required. Special considerations given to applicant’s with experience in affordable housing, HAB Housing software or to Certified Occupancy Specialists. A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience is required.
Our staff is passionate about affordable housing and the positive impact it has on lives and communities. We care deeply about people – those who urgently need housing, those live in the homes we develop and manage, and our employees who work hard to support them. We take the professional development of our employee’s very seriously and place high value on training and employee health and wellness.
Full job description is available by clicking here: Property Manager 11.2017 FINAL. Wage range is $17.06-$23.89 per hour depending on experience. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume by 07/26/2018 to Amy Babb, Director of Administration, at *protected email*.
Bath Housing is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is covered under Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968.