Milford Housing Development Corporation (MHDC) is looking to expand our team! MHDC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating a diverse environment.

We offer an excellent benefits package that includes:

  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Holidays
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan

We actively seek applicants who bring diverse viewpoints, experience, talents, and culture to promote our organization’s mission of providing decent, safe, and affordable housing solutions for people of modest means.

Open Positions

Construction Laborer

Position: Construction Laborer
Location: Milford, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time, Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Project Superintendent

Job Description

Milford Housing Development Corporation (MHDC) is a value-driven, nonprofit affordable housing developer and program provider, offering a full-continuum of housing-related services to meet the needs of the community. The agency is known for an open minded approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for client and staff alike. While this job description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position, there will be times when this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry out MHDC’s mission.

The Construction Laborer assists with the upkeep of MHDC family of companies, construction related activities, and other maintenance that may be needed. Maintain vehicles, keeping them clean inside and out. Assist the construction team with construction and other activities including jobsite material usage, general construction, and other related tasks.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Assist construction team with project related activities.
  • Provide maintenance and upkeep on MHDC construction vehicles.
  • Assist with keeping jobsites free of hazards.
  • Understand basic construction/carpentry skills and willingness to assist in all aspects of various tasks.
  • Assist the construction team with material storage etc.
  • Keep equipment and tools in good working order and assist with shop organization and upkeep.

General:

  • Maintain a valid driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance for personal vehicle used for MHDC travel.
  • Comply with MHDC’s personnel policies outlined in the Personnel Manual.
  • Communicate in a professional manner in all written and oral interactions.
  • Accomplish established work plan and objectives.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to lift 30-50 lbs, frequently
  • Required to life above 50 lbs, occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 32 feet, frequently
  • Required to kneel, bend, squat and crawl in confined and unclean spaces, continuously
  • Perform repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement, continuously

General Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Ability to operate various kinds of construction equipment.
  • Willingness to work irregular hours as required.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Courteous and business like manner in dealing with public and co-workers.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Carpenter

Position: Carpenter
Location: Milford, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time, Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Project Superintendent

Job Description

Milford Housing Development Corporation (MHDC) is a value-driven, nonprofit affordable housing developer and program provider, offering a full-continuum of housing-related services to meet the needs of the community. The agency is known for an open minded approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for client and staff alike. While this job description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position, there will be times when this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry out MHDC’s mission.

The Carpenter assists with the onsite construction and rehabilitation of homes and works with other team members to efficiently build homes for clients.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Assist the Project Superintendent and construction team with organizing work crews for maximum efficiency of manpower and materials.
  • Be knowledgeable of tool safety and use and maintain safe working conditions.
  • Provide other construction and maintenance duties necessary.
  • Keep all aspects of construction in compliance with applicable regulations, standards, and codes.
  • Assist the Project Superintendent with building inspections.

General:

  • Maintain a valid driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance for personal vehicle used for MHDC travel.
  • Comply with MHDC’s personnel policies outlined in the Personnel Manual.
  • Communicate in a professional manner in all written and oral interactions.
  • Prepare reports and have to the supervisor in a timely, complete, and accurate manner.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to lift 30-50 lbs, frequently
  • Required to lift above 50 lbs, occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 32 feet, frequently
  • Required to kneel, bend, squat and crawl in confined and unclean spaces, continuously
  • Perform repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement, continuously

General Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent with satisfactory completion of building trade courses.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of building trades knowledge.
  • Ability to operate various kinds of construction equipment.
  • Willingness to work irregular hours as required.
  • Good mathematics, budget, and economic skills.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Courteous and business like manner in dealing with public and co-workers.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Equipment Operator

Position: Equipment Operator
Location: Milford, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time & Part-Time, Non-Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Project Superintendent

Job Description

Milford Housing Development Corporation (MHDC) is a value-driven, nonprofit affordable housing developer and program provider, offering a full-continuum of housing-related services to meet the needs of the community. The agency is known for an open minded approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for client and staff alike. While this job description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position, there will be times when this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry out MHDC’s mission.

The Equipment Operator operates a variety of contractor equipment and trucks utilized in construction, maintenance and repair activities, perform a variety site construction related tasks. Assist the site team with site development activities including earthwork, grading, driveways, landscaping, and other related tasks.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Carry out the daily operations of the heavy equipment usage on MHDC commercial & residential projects.
  • Assist with organizing work crews and materials for MHDC site development activities for the effective use of manpower and materials.
  • Provide routine maintenance to all heavy equipment and provide maintenance reports to supervisor.
  • Maintain safe working conditions with regard to equipment use etc.
  • Provide equipment support to MHDC residential construction sites, (i.e. cut in driveways, backfilling, grading, and footings etc.)
  • Attends monthly progress meetings and assist with construction schedules and inspections.
  • Mobilize heavy equipment to and from MHDC jobsites.
  • Ability to read grades, plans and set up transits, levels etc.
  • Demonstrated ability in installation of sewer and water line.

General:

  • Maintain a valid driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance for personal vehicle used for MHDC travel.
  • Comply with MHDC’s personnel policies outlined in the Personnel Manual.
  • Communicate in a professional manner in all written and oral interactions.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.
  • Maintain company tools and vehicles and keep them in good working order.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to lift 30-50 lbs, frequently
  • Perform over head lifting, occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 32 feet, continuously
  • Required to kneel, squat and crawl in confined and unclean spaces, frequently
  • Required to bend, continuously
  • Perform repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement, continuously

General Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent with satisfactory completion of building trade courses.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of heavy equipment usage and knowledge.
  • Ability to obtain a CDL license within 6 months of employment.
  • Willingness to work irregular hours as required.
  • Good mathematic skills.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Courteous and business like manner in dealing with public and co-workers.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Maintenance Mechanic

Position: Maintenance Mechanic
Location: Milford, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time & Part-Time, Non-Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Project Superintendent

Job Description

Milford Housing Development Corporation (MHDC) is a value-driven, nonprofit affordable housing developer and program provider, offering a full-continuum of housing-related services to meet the needs of the community. The agency is known for an open minded approach, commitment to quality, and a caring passion for client and staff alike. While this job description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position, there will be times when this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry out MHDC’s mission.

The Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for assisting with the upkeep of MHDC family of companies, site related activities, construction and other maintenance that may be needed. They must maintain an orderly shop facility and perform minor maintenance and upkeep on equipment and vehicles as necessary, and assist the site team with site development activities including earthwork, grading, driveways and other related tasks.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Assist Site development team with project related activities
  • Provide maintenance to MHDC’s heavy equipment and minor mechanical needs.
  • Perform routine upkeep and maintenance on MHDC’s trucks and heavy equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment (backhoe, skid steers, roller, excavator and dozer) at various jobsites.
  • Assist with mobilization of heavy equipment.
  • Perform site related development activities to advance the job as directed by the Project Superintendent.
  • Keep equipment and tools in good working order and assist with shop organization and upkeep.

General:

  • Position may require use of personal vehicle for MHDC travel; employee must maintain a valid driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance. MHDC will reimburse personal vehicle mileage with appropriate documentation, not to exceed federal government rates.
  • Abide by and comply with MHDC’s Personnel Manual.
  • Maintain professional quality oral communication.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.
  • Maintain company tools and vehicles and keep them in good working order.

Qualifications

General Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Ability to operate various kinds of construction equipment.
  • Willingness to work irregular hours as required.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Courteous and business like manner in dealing with public and co-workers.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Maintenance Technician – Milton Landing

Position: Maintenance Technician
Location: Milton, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time, Non-Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Property Manager

Job Description

East Coast Property Management (ECPM) has served the needs of property owners throughout Delaware Maryland and Virginia for over 40 years. The organization is known for an open minded approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for customers and staff alike. While this job description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position, there will be times when this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry out ECPM's mission.

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the general upkeep of the property to include completing work orders, maintaining curb appeal, and repairing vacant units to "like new" condition.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Policing the grounds each workday, removing litter, debris, weeds, and dead plants. Observe any repairs needed to exterior items, landscaping needs, and unusual situations that must be reported to the manager.
  • Assure the workplace is safe and that all employees are aware of safety procedures and any equipment necessary is available and being properly used.
  • Complete work orders in a chronological order and timely fashion.
  • Maintain apartment unit files, including copies of invoices for contract work when appliances are replaced and repainting is completed.
  • Maintain service records, equipment, and supply inventory records.
  • Assist with inspections and complete any work orders from the inspection within 30 days.
  • Restore vacant units to "like new" condition after the manager receives possession and a move-out inspection has been completed.
  • Respond to on-call emergencies, including notifying the tenant as to what action will be taken and arrive at the property, if necessary, as quickly as possible.
  • Attend any meeting or training as required.
  • Assist with landscaping and snow/ice removal tasks.
  • Notify tenants in advance of entering units prescribed by management.

General:

  • Position may require the use of personal vehicle for East Coast Property Management travel, employees must maintain a valid driver's license and auto insurance.
  • Abide by and comply with East Coast Property Management's personnel manual.
  • Courteous and businesslike manner in dealing with the public and co-workers.
  • Maintain professional quality oral communication.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to lift 50-75 lbs, occasionally
  • Overhead lifting, occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 40 feet,occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 40 feet, occasionally
  • Required to kneel, bend, squat and crawl in confined and unclean spaces, frequently
  • Perform repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement, frequently

General Requirements:

  • Experience in painting, plumbing, drywall repair, and janitorial duties.
  • Willingness to be on-call.
  • Must pass a maintenance quiz.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Maintain compliance with Fair Housing rules and regulations.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Maintenance Technician – Millsboro Village and Old Landing

Position: Maintenance Technician
Location: Millsboro, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time, Non-Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Property Manager

Job Description

East Coast Property Management (ECPM) has served the needs of property owners throughout Delaware Maryland and Virginia for over 40 years. The organization is known for an open minded approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for customers and staff alike. While this job description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position, there will be times when this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry out ECPM's mission.

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the general upkeep of the property to include completing work orders, maintaining curb appeal, and repairing vacant units to "like new" condition.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Policing the grounds each workday, removing litter, debris, weeds, and dead plants. Observe any repairs needed to exterior items, landscaping needs, and unusual situations that must be reported to the manager.
  • Assure the workplace is safe and that all employees are aware of safety procedures and any equipment necessary is available and being properly used.
  • Complete work orders in a chronological order and timely fashion.
  • Maintain apartment unit files, including copies of invoices for contract work when appliances are replaced and repainting is completed.
  • Maintain service records, equipment, and supply inventory records.
  • Assist with inspections and complete any work orders from the inspection within 30 days.
  • Restore vacant units to "like new" condition after the manager receives possession and a move-out inspection has been completed.
  • Respond to on-call emergencies, including notifying the tenant as to what action will be taken and arrive at the property, if necessary, as quickly as possible.
  • Attend any meeting or training as required.
  • Assist with landscaping and snow/ice removal tasks.
  • Notify tenants in advance of entering units prescribed by management.

General:

  • Position may require the use of personal vehicle for East Coast Property Management travel, employees must maintain a valid driver's license and auto insurance.
  • Abide by and comply with East Coast Property Management's personnel manual.
  • Courteous and businesslike manner in dealing with the public and co-workers.
  • Maintain professional quality oral communication.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to lift 50-75 lbs, occasionally
  • Overhead lifting, occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 40 feet,occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 40 feet, occasionally
  • Required to kneel, bend, squat and crawl in confined and unclean spaces, frequently
  • Perform repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement, frequently

General Requirements:

  • Experience in painting, plumbing, drywall repair, and janitorial duties.
  • Willingness to be on-call.
  • Must pass a maintenance quiz.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Maintain compliance with Fair Housing rules and regulations.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Maintenance Technician – Chandler Heights

Position: Maintenance Technician
Location: Seaford, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time, Non-Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Property Manager

Job Description

East Coast Property Management (ECPM) has served the needs of property owners throughout Delaware Maryland and Virginia for over 40 years. The organization is known for an open minded approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for customers and staff alike. While this job description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position, there will be times when this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry out ECPM's mission.

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the general upkeep of the property to include completing work orders, maintaining curb appeal, and repairing vacant units to "like new" condition.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Policing the grounds each workday, removing litter, debris, weeds, and dead plants. Observe any repairs needed to exterior items, landscaping needs, and unusual situations that must be reported to the manager.
  • Assure the workplace is safe and that all employees are aware of safety procedures and any equipment necessary is available and being properly used.
  • Complete work orders in a chronological order and timely fashion.
  • Maintain apartment unit files, including copies of invoices for contract work when appliances are replaced and repainting is completed.
  • Maintain service records, equipment, and supply inventory records.
  • Assist with inspections and complete any work orders from the inspection within 30 days.
  • Restore vacant units to "like new" condition after the manager receives possession and a move-out inspection has been completed.
  • Respond to on-call emergencies, including notifying the tenant as to what action will be taken and arrive at the property, if necessary, as quickly as possible.
  • Attend any meeting or trainings as required.
  • Assist with landscaping and snow/ice removal tasks.
  • Notify tenants in advance of entering units prescribed by management.

General:

  • Position may require the use of personal vehicle for East Coast Property Management travel, employees must maintain a valid driver's license and auto insurance.
  • Abide by and comply with East Coast Property Management's personnel manual.
  • Courteous and businesslike manner in dealing with the public and co-workers.
  • Maintain professional quality oral communication.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to lift 30-50 lbs, frequently
  • Required to life above 50 lbs, occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 32 feet, frequently
  • Required to kneel, bend, squat and crawl in confined and unclean spaces, continuously
  • Perform repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement, continuously

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to lift 50-75 lbs, occasionally
  • Overhead lifting, occasionally
  • Required to climb a ladder up to 40 feet, occasionally
  • Required to kneel, bend, squat and crawl in confined and unclean spaces, frequently
  • Perform repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement, frequently

General Requirements:

  • Experience in painting, plumbing, drywall repair, and janitorial duties.
  • Willingness to be on-call.
  • Must pass a maintenance quiz.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Maintain compliance with Fair Housing rules and regulations.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Property Manager – Charleston, Virginia Crest and Williamsburg Manor

Position: Property Manager
Location: Seaford, Delaware
Classification: Full-Time, Non-Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Regional Manager

Job Description

East Coast Property Management (ECPM) has served the needs of property owners throughout
Delaware, Maryland and Virginia for over 40 years. The organization is known for an open minded
approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for customers and staff alike. While this job
description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position there will be times when
this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry
out ECPM’s mission.

The Property Manager is responsible for assigned property and its staff, ensuring that the property is
operating in compliance with all applicable program regulations and East Coast Property Management
policies and procedures.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Implement all company personnel and procedural directives.
  • Supervise, train, and motivate all on-site employees.
  • Assure the workplace is safe and that all employees are aware of safety procedures and any equipment necessary is available and being properly used.
  • Meet with the Regional Manager annually, or more frequently, as needed, to review the job performance of staff members.
  • Document any employee’s unacceptable job performance and discuss such matters with the Regional Manager.
  • To be notified by staff members when they will not be at work and assure the smooth operation of the property during their absences.
  • Regularly meet with maintenance personnel to update them on any anticipated vacancies and other matters regarding the physical maintenance of the property.
  • Record absences and sign time sheets prior to payroll submission.
  • Manage the property in a professional manner that reflects East Coast Property Management’s polices.
  • Follow all company policies regarding lease violations and appear in court as the property’s representative. Ensure Regional Manager is aware of court dates.
  • Notify the Regional Manager and participate in any informal hearings when requested by a tenant or applicant.
  • Respond to any emergency situation and report such events to the Regional Manager.
  • Regularly inspect the property – walking the grounds and inspecting vacancies.
  • Notify the Regional Manager of any concerns about the property and make suggestions based on first-hand knowledge and maintenance department input.
  • Maintain full occupancy of the property in accordance with policies and procedures outlined in the operations manual. All units should be ready for occupancy within 10 days and leased within 30 days.
  • Maintain tenant files, waiting lists, computer files, and other recordkeeping in a neat and organized manner.
  • Stay within the property’s budget and obtain the Regional Manager’s approval for any purchases exceeding $300.00.
  • Approve all purchase orders.
  • Prepare month-end submissions for the property and assure that all month-end paperwork is submitted to the accounting department no later than the 3rd day following the end of each month.
  • Deposit all money received on the day of receipt and immediately notify accounting of the deposit.
  • Make every possible effort to collect full monies owed from each tenant and to file for nonpayment, when necessary.
  • Maintain and disburse petty cash only for authorized purposes. Submit monthly report to accounting.
  • Review all bills and invoices to ensure accuracy prior to accounting submission.
  • Ensure that East Coast Property Management receives all bills on a weekly basis.
  • Prepare and submit all required reports.
  • Attend any meeting, seminar, or workshop as notified.
  • Oversee outside contractors working on the property and ensure work is complete prior to payment.
  • Contact the Regional Manager regarding any concerns with contractual service providers.
  • Meet with the Regional Manager to discuss the annual budget for each property.
  • Report any insurance claims to Asset Management designated representative and the Regional Manager.
  • Schedule inspections twice a year for each property and participate in the inspection team and notify tenants of the results. Units found with concerns will need to be reviewed on a more regular basis and action taken to correct issues.
  • Participate in any governmental agency, investor inspection, or review of the property and assure the property is prepared for such review.
  • Oversee implementation of rent increases.
  • Qualify all potential tenants as per the procedures outlined in the operations manual following the procedures in a uniformed manner for every applicant.
  • Read the operations manual and employee handbook.
  • Regularly meet with the Regional Manager to keep updated on all policies and regulations governing the property.
  • .Provide the Regional Manager and Director of Asset Management with a preventative maintenance schedule; prepared with the input of the maintenance staff. Ensure schedule is
    adhered to. Provide reports as requested
  • Provide the Regional Manager and Vice President with an updated emergency call list whenever there is a change.
  • Maintain monthly newsletter to ensure communication with tenants. Submit copies of newsletters monthly to the Regional Manager and Vice President.

General:

  • Position may require the use of personal vehicle for East Coast Property Management travel. Employees must maintain a valid driver’s license and auto insurance.
  • Abide by and comply with East Coast Property Management’s personnel manual.
  • Courteous and businesslike manner in dealing with the public and co-workers.
  • Maintain professional quality written correspondence, memos, proposals, etc.
  • Maintain professional quality oral communication.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.
  • Work to provide solutions to better our communities.

Qualifications

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to walk the property on a regular basis and document deficiencies, concerns and conditions.
  • Required to do full unit and site inspections on a semi-annual basis with follow-up and more
    regular unit inspections for troubled units.
  • Perform pre-inspections prior to agency reviews. Assist with agency reviews.

General Requirements:


  • High school graduate degree and other professional development.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Basic computer and accounting skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and pay attention to detail.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable
    housing.
  • Willingness to continue education on property management issues as directed by Regional
    Manager and/or Vice President.
  • Maintain compliance with Fair Housing rules and regulations.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.

Assistant Property Manager – Brightway Commons

Position: Assistant Property Manager
Location: Milford, Delaware
Classification: Part-Time, Non-Exempt
Immediate Supervisor: Property Manager

Job Description

East Coast Property Management (ECPM) has served the needs of property owners throughout
Delaware, Maryland and Virginia for over 40 years. The organization is known for an open minded
approach, commitment to quality, and caring passion for customers and staff alike. While this job
description describes the typical duties and responsibilities of the position there will be times when
this position will be called on to do other and/or additional tasks for the organization in order to carry
out ECPM’s mission.

The Assistant Property Manager is responsible for assisting with assigned property and its staff, ensuring that the property is operating in compliance with all applicable program regulations and East Coast Property Management policies and procedures.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific:

  • Take telephone messages.
  • Call back prospective applicants.
  • Write tenant requests work orders.
  • Prepare bank deposits and fax reports to accounting.
  • Open and distribute mail.
  • Assure adequate supply of copies- qualification sheets, applications, verification forms, etc.
  • Pre-qualifying applicants.
  • Accepting applications.
  • Prepare and send reference letters.
  • Maintain tenant files.
  • Prepare move-in files.
  • Maintain recertification files.
  • Send verification notices.
  • Send inspection notices.
  • Accept and enter rents.
  • Schedule and send follow-up interview notices
  • Mail waiting list letters.
  • Maintain the waiting list.
  • Mail top of waiting list letters.
  • Mail late rent notices.
  • Mail waiting list update letters.
  • Mail receivable letters.
  • Type and distribute newsletters.
  • Mail rent increase letters.
  • Mail withdrawal letters.
  • Mail rejection letters.
  • Type and mail all correspondence.
  • Request credit and criminal reports.
  • Prepare and mail income verifications.

General:

  • Position may require the use of personal vehicle for East Coast Property Management travel, employees must maintain a valid driver's license and auto insurance.
  • Abide by and comply with East Coast Property Management's personnel manual.
  • Be courteous and businesslike manner in dealing with the public and co-workers.
  • Maintain professional quality written correspondence, memos, proposals, etc.
  • Maintain professional quality oral communication.
  • Work individually with diligence to accomplish established work plan and objectives.

Qualifications

General Requirements:

  • High school graduate degree in business, administration, or other appropriate field preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Basic computer and accounting skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and pay attention to detail.
  • Empathy and understanding for low-income people and the difficulty attaining decent, affordable housing.
  • Maintain compliance with Fair Housing rules and regulations.

Note: Direct deposit of pay is a condition of employment. Failure to agree to participate in direct deposit will result in the withdrawal of offer of employment.



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