AHC Management LLC
The Specialist will have key responsibilities including: leasing apartments; processing rental applications; communicating marketing information on apartments; processing service tickets for maintenance staff; distributing keys; responding to in-person & phone inquiries regarding the property; prepare related paperwork; work with team in recertification process; conduct orientation for new residents; post data in database system (Yardi); post rent checks; other related duties.
Minimum requirements are: 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 703-486-0653 for immediate consideration. E/O/E. For more information on AHC, visit our website at www.ahcinc.org.
AHC Inc., Multifamily Division
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.
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.
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.
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 (email@example.com) no later than 10/16/14. E/O/E
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: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 703-486-0653. E/O/E
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