Employment Opportunities

 

Current Openings AT AHC Inc.

and aHC Management

 

Help Desk Technician

AHC Inc.

Arlington, VA

 

The Help Desk Technician will work closely with the Systems Administrator to provide technical support for software & hardware issues to AHC employees.  The Technician will keep all employee equipment running effectively and troubleshoot a wide range of technical, computer-related issues. The position reports to the Systems Administrator. There are 200+ users & workstations (multiple sites in Arlington, VA and Baltimore, MD).

 

Minimum requirements: College degree in Computer Science or related field; two years experience providing IT support, specifically with troubleshooting & servicing users in an office environment; knowledge of MS Office; ability to demonstrate knowledge in applicable areas of technology; knowledge of Symantec Ghost or other imaging technology; knowledge of MAC OSX & IOS; ability to perform remote troubleshooting; evidence of flexibility & problem solving skills; ability to multi-task with frequent interruptions, occasionally in urgent situations; strong communication, customer service & time management skills; valid driver’s license & ability to travel within Arlington (regularly) & Baltimore (as needed); ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

 

To apply: Send your resume and salary requirements to HR at (jobs@ahcinc.org) or via fax at 703-486-0653 for immediate consideration. E/O/E.

 

Resident Services Coordinator

Gates of Ballston Community Center

Arlington, VA

REPORTS TO: Resident Services Manager

POSITION: Full time, 40 hours per week working with children in grades K -12

Must be available from 12-8pm weekdays; including some weekend hours.  Summer camp hours are varied slightly but the program is also in the afternoon.

                                           

BACKGROUND: AHC Inc. is a non-profit, community-based organization located in Arlington, Virginia. Its mission is to provide quality affordable housing to low and moderate-income residents. The organization offers a variety of housing programs for homeowners, and owns and operates 19 rental apartment complexes in Arlington County.  In addition, AHC currently offers support services for residents living at eight of its rental properties.

The goal of our Resident Services programs is to improve the quality of life at AHC properties and strengthen the neighborhoods where they are located. We offer programs for all age groups, with our primary focus on children and teens. After-school and summer programs for youth comprise the largest part of resident services programming. Workshops, lectures and field trips are offered during the year for adults and senior citizens as well.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Each Resident Services Coordinator, working with a Resident Services Manager, AHC staff members, is responsible for assisting with the management of an after school program with a strong academic focus for approximately 24 children, Kindergarten through fifth grade, four afternoons a week, a teen program for approximately 12 adolescents, 6-10th grade, and a College Prep program for junior & senior high school students at the Gates of Ballston community center in a low- and moderate-income apartment community.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in planning and leading activities and/or in an After School Program and Summer Camp for elementary aged children. Activities could include, but are not limited to, literacy, math & humanities enrichment.

  • Lead one homework group of 4-6 students.

  • Plan and implement specific activities and games to help children build math & literacy skills.

  • Supporting volunteers tutoring in the teen program.

  • Assisting junior & senior high school students with the college prep process; SAT prep, college & scholarship application assistance, essay writing, & FAFSA.

  • Assist with maintaining good discipline. Teach children to respect one another and take care of the community room by helping to implement a behavior management program and modifying as necessary.

  • Experience with student led project based learning preferred.

  • Assist in managing center facilities and equipment.

  • With other staff, work within program’s budget to purchase activity materials for participants.

  • Assist with data collection of sign in sheets completed at every program and event, for every donation received/distributed, food bank reports, etc.

  • Assist staff members in maintaining regular communication and coordination with parents and teachers of the participants in After School Programming.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors degree in Social Work or Education preferred; experience and desire to work with youth; experience within an academic out of school time setting; ability to interact with a diverse population of children from varied economic and cultural backgrounds. An individual who is self motivated and desires to help better the lives of the youth and families in need is most successful in this position. Salary offered will be based on experience. MS Office proficiency preferred.  Spanish fluency a plus.

To apply: Send your resume to HR at (jobs@ahcinc.org) or via fax at 703-486-0653, for immediate consideration. Salary requirements MUST be included.

For more information, please visit our website at www.ahcinc.org. E/O/E.

 

Project Manager

AHC Inc., Multifamily Division

Arlington, VA

AHC Inc. is a full-service, real estate development firm that develops attractive, high-quality, affordable and mixed-income residential communities throughout the Washington metropolitan area.  The firm has developed over 6,000 units at more than 40 communities.  The Multifamily Division is responsible for acquiring, financing and constructing/renovating large-scale multifamily properties.  The Multifamily team utilizes a wide range of financing tools partnerships to complete innovative transactions, including conventional and tax-exempt debt, Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credits, subordinate debt, seller financing, preferred equity and public-private partnerships.  In 2013, AHC was again selected by the Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers as Developer of the Year.  Recently, AHC was selected as one of the Best Nonprofits to work for by the NonProfit Times. 

Job Purpose: 

The Project Manager will work with the Multifamily development team and other AHC divisions to identify, acquire, finance and develop/reposition residential properties for low-and moderate-income families.  The Project Manager role is broadly defined at AHC and the selected individual will have responsibility for the full range of tasks associated with each assigned project from initial concept through entitlement, financing, construction and lease-up. The Project Manager will report to the Director, Multifamily Division.

Key Responsibilities: 

Work with the Director & team members to:

  • identify potential new projects,  and lead efforts to obtain site control, including the preparation of responses to public/private RFPs;

  • generate development budgets and pro forma to evaluate financial feasibility;

  • obtain acquisition, predevelopment, and construction financing;

  • obtain required entitlements and/or jurisdictional financial support;

  • coordinate the underwriting and closing process, including document review;

  • evaluate and select third-party professionals to be development team members;

  • oversee the development of construction and/or renovation plans and manage development team members during all phases of development/construction;

  • make presentations to AHC Board of Directors, jurisdictional partners and community groups.  

     

Minimum Requirements:

  • BS/BA in finance, real estate, law or other relevant discipline.  Master’s degree preferred; 

  • minimum five years of experience in multifamily housing development; 

  • demonstrated expertise preparing development budgets and financial projections;

  • excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills;

  • a strong entrepreneurial drive and desire to take ownership of development projects while working well within a team environment;

  • knowledge of construction, property operations and other housing-related fields also desirable            

To apply: Send your resume, salary requirements and references to HR at (jobs@ahcinc.org) no later than 10/16/14. E/O/E

Property Manager

Location: Baltimore, MD

The Manager will facilitate the efficient operation of the property (close to 200 units), ensuring proper maintenance of the units and delivery of high quality customer service to its clients. The ideal candidate will be a team player, detail oriented, & ‘hands-on.’

Responsibilities include: planning and directing the day-to-day operations of the property; ensuring the timely collection of rents & meeting the financial objectives of the property; developing and successfully implementing  annual operation and capital improvement budgets; preparing monthly management & financial reports; preparing analysis of local market conditions & trends; managing related vendors and contracts;  implementing policies & procedures; recruiting, training, developing, mentoring & motivating onsite staff;  other related duties.

Minimum requirements: Associates degree, Bachelors degree preferred, or equivalent 5 years of experience in site management; required certifications include TCS (Tax Credit Specialist) or COS (Certified Occupancy Specialist); prior experience as a Property/Site Manager with a proven track record of success with cooperative management, effective communication,  marketing, managing multiple projects & meeting deadlines; ability to produce reports, maintain records; experience with budgeting & cost management; knowledge of local Maryland apartment market & Fair Housing regulations; ability to think strategically with proven problem solving skills; excellent communication, time management & organizational skills; knowledge of Yardi software preferred; proficiency with MS Word & Excel.

To apply: Send resumes and salary requirements for immediate consideration to jobs@ahcmgmt.com or fax to 703-486-0653. E/O/E. 

 

Financial Systems Administrator 

AHC Inc.

Arlington, VA

AHC’s mission is affordable housing and residential property management. The purpose of this position is to ensure the integrity of financial reporting for the organization via the newly implemented property management accounting software (Yardi).

The Administrator works with external & internal customers to maintain data, implement new modules, upgrades & adjustments based on business needs. The position reports to the Manager, Training & Finance Systems and works closely with the property management staff.

Key responsibilities include:  supporting field staff with helpdesk requests ; creating & maintaining reports for internal & external customers and vendors; trouble shooting software functionality; reviewing workflow process to recommend change to promote efficiency & internal control integrity; maintaining software configuration for users and modules which include: user names, passwords, menus, permissions and the subsidiary ledgers that impact the financial statements of the managed portfolio; and other related duties. The primary modules are Core and Affordable.  Other modules include Inspection, Mobile Maintenance, YES Energy Services, Checkscan and Budgeting & Forecasting.

Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, IT or related field; work experience level may be substituted for education; 3+ years of related experience; basic understanding of reading and writing in SQL; knowledge of accounting principles; proven technical aptitude for information technology; working knowledge of property management business enterprise systems, specifically Yardi; demonstrated ability to multi-task & strong project management/organizational skills; high proficiency with MS Office & spreadsheet applications; ability to work well with teams to incorporate recommendations into work processes as needed; strong customer service and communication skills; ability to travel to local properties as needed.

For immediate consideration, send resumes & salary requirements to jobs@ahcinc.org or fax to 703-486-0653. E/O/E.

 

Resident Services Manager

AHC Inc.

Arlington, VA

Primary duties: managing and implementing educational and recreational programs for children, youth, and adults; recruiting participants for programs; working with volunteer groups, property management staff, county staff, and staff of other community based non-profits to coordinate additional on-site programs; supervising a couple of staff members; training and maintaining volunteers; collecting statistical information on programs for funding & program assessments; maintaining the community rooms, bulletin boards, and computer equipment; making recommendations on programs; other related administrative duties.

Minimum requirements: College degree in related field (preferably education or social work); 2 years of experience in providing educational or social services; experience working with children and youth; ability to provide a high quality of customer service; strong interpersonal and organizational skills; proven ability to work independently; ability to interact with a diverse population of clients in terms of age, economic status, and cultural background; fluency in Spanish a plus; proficiency with MS Office; ability to work flexible hours (some evenings & weekends).

To apply: send an updated resume and salary requirements to HR at (jobs@ahcinc.org) or via fax at 703-486-0653.

Leasing/Compliance Specialist (full time, multiple positions)

AHC Management LLC

Baltimore, MD

The Leasing/Compliance specialist must be proficient in Section 8 and/or LIHTC program requirements and have experience processing certifications/recertifications. Knowledge of both program requirements is a definite advantage.  The ideal candidate will perform additional responsibilities that include: leasing apartments; processing rental applications; communicating marketing information on apartments; processing service tickets for maintenance staff; distributing keys; conduct orientation for new residents; post data in database system (Yardi); post rent checks; other related duties.

Minimum requirements: Associates degree; minimum 2 years experience in leasing & providing administrative support for residential property; experience processing rental applications & posting rents; knowledge of fair housing regulations; excellent communication skills; ability to meet deadlines and complete paperwork accurately & timely; demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service; knowledge of MS Office; experience with Yardi preferred; ability to work on weekends as needed.

Send resumes & salary requirements to HR via email to jobs@ahcmgmt.com or fax to 703-486-0653 for IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION.  E/O/E.

Assistant Site Manager

AHC Management LLC

Arlington, VA

The Assistant Site Manager will be responsible for assisting the Property Manager in all job assignments for the residential property. Responsibilities include: administrative duties, completing and receiving applications, building and ground inspections, ordering supplies, handling questions & concerns from residents, implementing policies & procedures for residents, preparing reports as needed, financial duties, and monitoring maintenance requests.

Minimum requirements are: High School diploma or equivalent; minimum 2 years providing customer service; knowledge and experience of low income tax credit; section 8 experience preferred; minimum 2 years of administrative experience; proficiency with MS Office; strong verbal and written communication skills; fluency in Spanish a plus.

Send resumes & salary requirements to HR via email to jobs@ahcmgmt.com or fax to 703-486-0653 for IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION.  E/O/E.

Maintenance Technicians

AHC Management LLC

Arlington, VA and Baltimore, MD

The Technician will be responsible for all work tickets and scheduled & unscheduled maintenance activities; preventive maintenance work; timely maintenance and repairs of all apartments and common areas, preparation and turnover of vacant units, at least monthly building and property inspections, minor electrical, plumbing and drywall repairs, and maintenance of heating & air conditioning units in the residential units; other related duties.

Minimum requirements: High School diploma or equivalent; CFC Certification; two-years experience with apartment building maintenance; ability to communicate effectively; ability to coordinate long variety projects and on-going assignments; ability to maintain equipment; ability to lift at least 50 lbs.; flexibility with schedules and weekend hours; valid driver’s license.

For IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION, send resume and salary requirements to: jobs@ahcmgmt.com or fax to 703-486-0653. E/O/E

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