Community Corporation of Santa Monica (CCSM), owner and operator of affordable housing throughout the city of Santa Monica is currently hiring a full-time Resident Manager. This new positions will ensure that the assigned property is managed effectively, and our residents are well served.
The Resident Manager ensures that his/her assigned properties are managed effectively, and Community Corp.’s residents are well served. Resident Managers must regularly interact with Community Corp. staff and tenants/residents and manage and address all issues that arise at the assigned properties in a timely manner.
Essential Position Responsibilities
Full-time onsite Resident Managers must be able to income qualify applicants for affordable rental housing where rents and incomes are restricted by government programs, including but not limited to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program, California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), and other local jurisdictions by gathering appropriate data/documentation from applicants, and verifying the accuracy of such data/documentation.
The full-time onsite Resident Managers will also be responsible for processing and completing annual resident income recertification paperwork. Resident Managers must be able to promptly, thoroughly and accurately complete paperwork for applicants and residents to ensure compliance with regulatory agreements.
Essential Compliance Responsibilities
Education and Experience
This position will require daily use of office equipment and moving around an office environment. Resident Manager must be able to physically walk and survey and inspect the properties daily. Will be exposed to outdoor elements. Must be able to lift, push and/or pull up to 15 pounds. Must be able to push and maneuver trash bins/cans.
Office Location/Work Schedule/Work Environment
The Property Manager’s office is located in Santa Monica close to the Third Street Promenade and a short walk to the Santa Monica Pier and beach. The office is a business-causal yet professional and productive work environment.
Travel primarily in Santa Monica to visit properties in the Community Corp. portfolio and to visit the corporate office. There will also be occasional travel outside the City for trainings and seminars. Must possess and maintain a valid California driver’s license, insurance as required by law and an acceptable driving record.
Benefits include medical, dental and life insurance, as well as paid holidays, sick and 4 weeks’ vacation. All new hires must successfully pass a background check.