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Property Site Manager | Catholic Community Services

Catholic Community Services is a non-profit, faith-based organization. Founded in Salem in 1938, today CCS offers 17 programs across 9 Oregon counties and serves more than 2,000 people each year.

We operate with fidelity to the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching , which call us to work for the common good and to serve our neighbors who are the poorest and most vulnerable.To achieve our mission our programs focus on four key outcomes: the people we serve enjoy safe, stable nurturing relationships; they enjoy good health; they possess the knowledge, skills and virtues they need to succeed at whatever is important to them in life; and they enjoy financial self-sufficiency.

Title: Property Site ManagerProperty Location: Salem, OregonSalary: $16.33-17.14/hour DOE, DOQ

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

The Property Site Manager is responsible for protecting, maintaining, and enhancing the value of Foundation real estate assets in order to maximize both the Foundation’s financial return and the benefit of residents, consumers, and the community. Maintaining state and federal funding regulations, and adhering to fair housing law.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Provide excellent customer service.
2. Provide support to employees working in CCS Foundation (CCSF), Property Department.
3. Develops and maintains relationships with other agency personnel, community leaders, and neighbors, planning and funding partners.
4. Be current and focused on laws pertaining to Affordable Housing.
5. Oversees day-to-day operations of CCSF’s projects, as assigned.
6. Organizing and scheduling small unit turn projects in conjunction with selected vendors or maintenance crew.
7. Provide support with Resident Service Coordinator in developing and executing services to residents.
8. Prepare all resident move-in and move-out documents and schedule unit turn maintenance.
9. Move new residents in vacant units within 10 days of unit vacancy.
10. Adheres to all fair housing laws.
11. Completes monthly unit inspections of assigned properties.
12. Prepares written notices to residents as needed.
13. Provide ongoing compliance requirements and performance measures to all Federal, State, and local affordable properties.
14. Is knowledgeable of construction procedures and ADA compliance.
15. Actively supports or joins quality improvement initiatives and processes.
16. Updates Boston Post with resident information.
17. Update marketing materials and market units as assigned.
18. Travel as assigned.

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