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Bilingual Assistant Property Manager | REACH CDC

Since 1982, REACH has pioneered affordable housing and supportive programs that address complex challenges facing communities. REACH has gained local, state and national acclaim for innovation and responsiveness to difficult urban issues. REACH is a nonprofit affordable housing development and property management company, begun in 1982 in response to neighbors’ concerns about deteriorating housing conditions in Southeast Portland, Oregon. Today, REACH owns and manages a portfolio of 2,131 units of affordable housing located across the metropolitan region, including properties in Multnomah, Washington, and Clark Counties (state of Washington).

Title: Bilingual Assistant Property Manager*Bilingual in Vietnamese, Korean, Cantonese, or Mandarin is a plus*Location: Portland, ORSalary: $16.61 - $20.34/hour


The Assistant Property Manager is responsible for providing support to the operations of the Property Management staff, including; leasing, collections, reporting and property operations. This position provides the opportunity to engage in the operations of the property, preparing for career advancement in the property management industry.

 Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities:

Learns and demonstrates understanding through practice the Activities and services performed to support the physical and financial operations of the property
• Learns and understands the organization’s policies and procedures for marketing activities to rent vacant units in a timely manner
• Learns the established guidelines to maintain and monitor property waitlists
• Learns, understands and demonstrates through practice tenant selection and screening criteria and policies
• Learns and demonstrates through practice the activities for the lifecycle of the tenant from pre-application to screening, eligibility, move-in, tenant relations to move-out
• Must be able to adhere to organizational policies on non-discrimination.
• Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic background, religious views, political affiliation, cultural background, life-styles, and sexual orientations, treating everyone with respect and dignity.
• Employee is to maintain regular and reliable attendance.

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