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Can we be honest with you? We don’t believe in a work/life balance.

Work is a part of life, and we think it can (and should) be just as enriching as every other part of our lives.

 

Rather, we believe in a confluence of work, rest, and play.

We ask three things of each other—collaboration, flexibility, and resourcefulness—because that’s what we promise in return.

 

If you think enriching the lives of others sounds like a worthwhile pursuit, we’d love to meet you and support each other towards that goal.

 

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AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Property Manager

We are seeking an energetic Property Manager for our extensive apartment portfolio in the Kansas City Midtown area. Our ideal candidate will have excellent communication and customer service and organizational skills. You must have an aptitude for technology and a firm grasp of social media for marketing purposes.

If you work well with others and understand job responsibility and the capacity to follow up and follow through, you are who we are looking for to join our dynamic Property Management team.

Please apply for this position through ZipRecruiter.

Responsibilities and Skills

Benefits: 

  • Salary is competitive and as an entrepreneurial company, we provide a path for significant career growth and development. Background screening and a valid driver’s license are required.
  • Full Time Shift(s): Monday — Friday 9-6 / Saturday 10-4 and Flexible hours offered
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)/Vacation
  • Mileage Reimbursement
  • Continuing Education

Responsibilities:

  1.  Ensure that all rents and late fees/check charges are collected, posted and deposited in a timely manner using online remote deposit. Monitor outstanding balances for residents and notice accordingly in line with late and delinquent rent process;
  2. Obtain Construction Transition Document from Construction Manager for completed projects that must be transitioned to the Property Management department and register property in Property Management Software;
  3. Conduct Take Over Transitions (Collecting leases, receiving keys, and managing utilities) for third-party properties, complete Takeover Checklist and register property in Property Management Software;
  4. Periodically review rental applications and lease forms for accuracy and compliance with established policies and procedures;
  5. Ensure property files and records are maintained and cataloged into Property Management Software;
  6. Monitor outstanding balances for residents and perform evictions, utility cut-offs and notice accordingly in line with late and delinquent rent process;
  7. Ensure that Accounts Payable invoices are coded properly and submitted to the accountant for payment;
  8. Initiate ‘Make-Ready’ process in Property Management Software and update Make-Ready
  9. Board to indicate property vacancy status’s and scheduled move-outs regularly;
  10. Review and monitor “make ready” list on a weekly basis for timely turnover of vacancies;
  11. Ensure all administrative paperwork is accurate, complete and submitted on a timely basis;
  12. Process all move outs including refunds and charges;
  13. Deal with resident concerns and requests on timely basis to ensure resident satisfaction with management including calls, emails and personal interactions;
  14. Walkthrough of properties monthly to improve overall resident experience with Clemons, by suggesting site and service improvements and/or upgrades;
  15. Ensure distribution of all company or community-issued notices (i.e. renewals, pest control, special projects, bad weather, emergency, etc.);
  16. Ensure that all service requests are recorded and communicated appropriately to
  17. maintenance;
  18. Ensure all notices to vacate are logged in Property Management Software accurately, and determine the cause of the move-out and vacate date and report to Director of Property Management;
  19. Provide back up for leasing staff- answer calls, set appointments and show inventory when necessary;
  20. Alert residents when lease renewal is required, and facilitate renewal process with residents;
  21. Follow-up on completed work orders to ensure resident satisfaction, as schedule allows;
  22. Compile and submits Property Owner Reports to Property Owners monthly.

Skills:

  • Self-starter
  • Critical thinker
  • Organizational skills and ability to manage deadlines
  • Team player
  • Client-facing (customer service) and interpersonal skills
  • Analytical thinker
  • Problem solving skills
  • Must be able to use Microsoft Office
  • Communication / Marketing skills desirable

Education:

  • High school diploma required
  • Associates /BA Degree desired
  • NALP designation desired
  • CAM designation desired

Experience:

  • Three (3) years’ prior experience in Property Management industry

Relationships:

  •  Reports to Regional/District Management

Maintenance Technician

If you are a skilled maintenance technician and like working with people we have a position for you. We are seeking and energetic maintenance technician for our extensive apartment portfolio in the Midtown area. You must have your own tools and reliable transportation. Our ideal candidate will have skills related to organization, customer service and work related technology (comfortable using laptops, smart phones, computer software designed for apartment management).

This position does require being part of an on-call rotation. If you can work well with others and understand job responsibility and follow through, you are who we are looking to join our team. Salary is competitive and includes insurance reimbursement program, mileage reimbursement, paid education opportunities, vacation and PTO. Background screening, skills test and valid driver’s license required.

Please apply for this position through ZipRecruiter.

Responsibilities and Skills

Benefits: 

  • Paid Time Off (PTO) & Vacation
  • Health Insurance Reimbursement where Employees can keep their own plan or choose a new plan. Reimbursement covers up to $200/MO of health insurance cost.
  • Automobile Reimbursement
  • Performance Based Bonus Structure that can be used to fund retirement plan or taken as additional salary
  • Continuing Education
  • Responsibilities:
    • Complete Make Ready’s and accurately document work performed on service request, including parts, and labor.
    • Conduct basic repairs with regards to plumbing, electrical, appliances and unit interior;
    • Order and purchase materials as required to complete service requests;
    • Completes Work Orders assigned in Property Management System within a timeline of 24- 48 hours where possible;
    • Verify water related appliances in units have no issues when attending to a service related call;
    • Contact subcontractors/vendors when required to expedite the delivery of work orders by subcontracting items of work;
    • Makes contact with resident(s) to confirm work order attendance / and confirms when work order is completed, either via a notice, in person or via a phone call
    • Requests additional assistance from Maintenance Supervisor if and when required;
    • Conducts Move-out Inspections and provide Property Managers with any charge’s and the full completed inspection
    • Coordinate painter as and when required and provide painter with schedule and manage completion of units;
    • Conduct Final Walk Inspection to ensure that unit is ready for rental and change status of unit on the make ready board;
    • Ensure that seasonal preventative maintenance is completed;
    • Maintains accurate records regarding preventative maintenance, service requests, apartment make-ready status, work-in-progress, etc;
    • Inform Property Manager of needed services and repairs;
    • Attends to snow removal requirements received from Service Manager (Winter Months);
    • Responds to on-call emergencies for one week, every three weeks;
    • Stays current on all applicable safety standards

    Skills:

    • Must have excellent communication skills, and display friendly and courteous attitude towards residents and other employees;
    • Must be a team player and have the ability to train other maintenance personnel if required;
    • Must have dependable vehicle to transport tools and equipment to job sites. Must provide proof of liability insurance and have a valid driver’s license;
    • Must provide own basic tools, or be willing to obtain the required hand tools, pertinent to this position;
    • Must be able to manage multiple demands, be a critical thinking and demonstrate an ability to follow-up and follow-through;
    • Ability to drive to and from job sites;
    • Must show Integrity when representing the organization, and must never confront supervisor or other employees in front of residents;
    • Must have proficient basic computer skills, and ability to use Microsoft products, and Property Management software;
    • Extensive mobility and excellent physical condition. Ability to lift 100 lbs. necessary for installation and removal of appliances. Ability to kneel, crouch, climb, crawl, etc;
    • Must be able to operate all necessary hand tools to make repairs to items in need of repairs;
    • Tolerance to all extremes of hot and cold weather, as may be necessary.

    Education:

    High school Diploma (Required)

    Associates degree (Desired)

    Ability to read Material Safety Data Sheets (Desired)

    Fair Housing Basic (Desired)

    Person Protective Equipment training (Desired)

    Occupation safely health administration (Desired)

    Experience:

    2-3 years’ experience required

    Relationships:

    Reports to District Manager

    Works with other site managers, leasing personnel, property managers, construction division, and other maintenance staff.

    Receive daily priority from District Manager and take action accordingly.