The Property Manager is a key team member who provides property management expertise to a multifamily residential and commercial portfolio located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. If you like to execute on strategic initiatives, engage in the details to achieve operation excellence and delight in the collective win, you will thrive in this role. If you have desire to build a career in real estate, this role provides opportunity beyond the day-to-day management duties and expands into the transaction and investment side of the business.
Property Management responsibilities include, but not limited to:
- Manage the financial performance of the property, including accounts receivable, rent collection and eviction proceedings, as well as preparing budgets, monitoring, and reviewing financial statements and operational analyses, and assisting with investor reporting and communications.
- Oversee tenant relation efforts, ensuring that problems are resolved efficiently and effectively, and that services are provided in compliance with the policies, procedures, and contractual obligations of the community.
- Inspect the property regularly to assess and identify needs and opportunities related to the maintenance, repair, replacement, aesthetic appeal and safety, ensuring unit readiness prior to rental as well as compliance with state and local regulations and adherence to warranty requirements
- Be a key team member who is intricately involved in executing on the vision and strategy of the properties.
- Track tenant and vendor insurance, contracts, retail sales reports, tenant and vendor rosters and synthesizing data into a format that demonstrates the status and performance of tenants, vendors and properties.
- Hands-on with our real estate management software, Yardi, including invoice management and expense tracking.
- Coordinate between tenants, Fort Collins home office and field teams to ensure that work orders are prioritized and completed efficiently.
- Rent collection management including Tenant contact, issuing rent statements, assuring billing accuracy, tracking payments, processing late fees, preparing eviction documents.
- Conduct leasing duties, including working with prospective multi-family tenants to explain the benefits of the property, processing applications, lease executions/renewals.
- Facilitate Tenant move-in and move-out procedures.
- Maintain preventative maintenance and inspection calendars, property profiles, key schedules, and on-call/emergency procedure guidance.
- Obtain bids and managing contracts for property services and building relationships with vendors and 3rd party service providers.
Please note that due to the nature of this position and the nature of our business, this list is not meant to be all-inclusive.
- Knowledgeable of State and Federal Fair Housing and real estate laws and regulations, with 2+ years of property management experience. Experience with Yardi Voyager is a plus.
- A passion for innovating and improving systems and processes
- Diligent in managing time, organizing work, prioritizing deliverables and meeting deadlines
- Adaptable, with ability to learn new things quickly
- Internally motivated with initiative and strong work ethic
- Excellent communication skills, active listening, and ability to establish and build interpersonal relationships
- Confident with technology, specifically Microsoft Office products
- Excellence at executing team-focused priorities with all-in attitude
- Prior Customer Service experience is a plus
Reports To: Senior Property Manager
Location: Steamboat Springs, Colorado or Fort Collins, Colorado; Hybrid Remote Position
Base salary of $45,000 to $65,000 depending on level of experience, with additional potential compensation in the form of company profit sharing.
Brinkman employs a robust Total Rewards Strategy comprised of competitive compensation, profit-sharing, medical/dental/vision insurance, tax-advantaged Health Savings Accounts, short-and-long-term disability, ancillary insurance plans and a 401(k) with a 4% match.
We also offer generous Paid Time Off (PTO) and paid parental leave, and we deliver on our commitment to making a positive impact in the communities where we live, work and play through our Volunteer Time Off and community impact programs.
This job posting is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all activities, duties, or responsibilities required of this role, and the nature of this role is subject to change at any time based on performance and/or the needs of the business.
Brinkman is committed to finding top talent from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives, to provide broad and inclusive decision-making for future success.