We currently have openings for the following positions:

Assistant Community Director – Aurora , CO

Who we are

BLDG Management is a growing Property Management Firm providing multifamily management services and careers within the Denver area. BLDG is focused on supporting and encouraging employee advancement, therefore we place focus on investing in our employees through internal development and career advancements.

Why we love BLDG Management

BLDG’s employees are not afraid to roll their sleeves up and work hard every day. The success behind this attitude are the 6 core values developed to encompass the culture of the BLDG family. BLDG lives and breathes these values, and in return they reap the benefits of personal and companywide success.

Do the Hustle

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

Roger That

Love What You Do

Be Real

Journey to Greatness

Why we need you as our Assistant Community Manager

BLDG is currently seeking an team oriented Assistant Community Manager. We are seeking a new employee who is not only willing to participate in Vista Park’s family-style environment, but within the whole of BLDG’s family which extends across the entire portfolio and home office.  This position requires the desire to support the company goals of, high customer service and accountability, customer retention (renewals), and maintaining our properties in a prideful manner. We are looking for applicants who are interested in investing themselves in a rewarding and exciting career.

The details of your position

Location- Vista Park Aurora, CO 80012

Hours- 40 hours per week

Pay: DOE, bonus potential.

Benefits: All full-time employees are awarded health, dental, and vision insurance.

Your responsibilities

Assists the Property Manager in the initiation and management of all core business processes, including leasing, resident relations, marketing, maintenance, budgeting, accounts receivable, accounts payable, vendor relations, selection and recruitment, and team member development.

 

Enter and update all lease activities in Property Solutions and generate leasing activity reports and availability list.

 

Utilizes Company leasing expectations and procedures to warmly greet prospective residents, qualify, determine needs and preferences, professionally present the property and apartment homes, utilize feature/benefit selling, close the sale and follow-up.

Answers incoming phone calls professionally and handle accordingly, whether the caller is a prospective resident, a resident, an internal Company team member or a vendor.

Takes resident service requests in a complete and accurate manner, route them to maintenance for prompt processing and conduct follow-up with residents.

Works with House Keeping staff to ensure the leasing office, club room, models, and vacant apartments are clean and present a warm-welcoming image of the property.

Maintains accurate resident records in accordance with Company policy.

Updates on a daily basis all rents, deposits and applications fees received from residents.

Issues appropriate notices such as late payment, eviction notices, returned check memos.

Initiate the development of advertising and marketing plan for community, and present to management for implementation. Seek new outlets and venues for broader market outreach; Minimizes delinquency through consistent follow-through on collection activities, including phone calls, notices and personal visits.

 

Maintains an awareness of property performance goals and progress toward those goals, including occupancy, leasing, and closing ratios.

 

In conjunction with the Property Manager, trains and motivates office team members and maintain an awareness of training resources available and encourage the development of team members.

In the event of the temporary absence of the Property Manager, assumes the leadership role in the office.

Follows through on resident problems to satisfactory resolution and communicate problems to any necessary party to facilitate resolution.

Maintains awareness of local market conditions and trends and make suggestions for improving resident relations.

Communicates regularly with the Property Manager and other team members regarding apartment status, traffic activities and suggestions for improved property performance.

Maintains relationships with residents, associates and vendors on a professional level at all times.

What you will bring to the table

High School diploma or above.

 

Minimum 2 years of experience in marketing, sales, customer service, leasing.

 

Minimum 2 years Multi-family Property Management experience preferred.

 

Strong written and communication skills.

 

Strong sales, time management, follow-up and organizational skills.

 

Previous experience in an Assistant Management role preferred.

 

Intermediate or advanced skills in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, Publishing).

 

Working Knowledge or ability to learn property management software (such as property solutions).

 

Highly motivated, service oriented, self-starter.

 

Available to work on weekends and evenings, required.

 

Must have own vehicle and a valid driver’s license.

 

Take the next step!

Please apply on our career site: www.bldgmanagement.com/careers/

 

All applications are greatly appreciated although only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

 

 

Bilingual Community Director – Denver, CO

                                                                        

Who we are

BLDG Management is a growing Property Management Firm providing multifamily management services and careers within the Denver area. BLDG is focused on supporting and encouraging employee advancement, therefore we place focus on investing in our employees through internal development and career advancements.

Why we love BLDG Management

BLDG’s employees are not afraid to roll their sleeves up and work hard every day. The success behind this attitude are the 6 core values developed to encompass the culture of the BLDG family. BLDG lives and breathes these values, and in return they reap the benefits of personal and companywide success.

Do the Hustle

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

Roger That

Love What You Do

Be Real

Journey to Greatness

Why we need you as our Community Director

The Community Director is responsible for providing leadership and direction to associates at the property level. They will serve as a mentor to all associates and support the vision statement to help ensure goals are consistently met. The Community Director works to enhance individual performance, as well as provide excellent service to residents, vendors, employees and owners. This position is primarily responsible for effectively managing and coordinating people, activities and available resources in order to maximize the successful operation of the property, working with the upper management on company's objectives, annual budget, and with corporate leadership to determine property operating objectives. The incumbent will take a hands-on approach of any necessary duties to accomplish objectives as well as to facilitate the successful performance of others.

Details of your position

Location: Denver, CO 

Hours: 40+ hours per week; Schedule set Monday-Friday.

Pay: DOE, monthly bonus potential.

Benefits: All full-time employees are awarded health, dental, and vision insurance.

Your responsibilities:

Maintains property by investigating and resolving tenant complaints; enforcing rules of occupancy;

inspecting vacant units and completing repairs; planning renovations; contracting with landscaping and

snow removal services

 

Screens, reviews, and approves all applications.

Supervises and train all property associates

Evaluates associates' performance, including the completion of performance reviews. Counsels under-

performing associates and provides constructive feedback to improve performance. 

Assists Regional Manager in the selection of property associates. Assumes primary responsibility for preliminary interviewing.

 

Creates positive, welcoming, supportive environment for residents, visitors, and property associates.

Maintains vacancy information as required by ownership requirements.

 

Achieves financial solvency through cost reduction and implementing systems to achieve 0% rent

delinquency.

Utilizes selection and retention strategies to maintain 100% occupancy level.

Participates in the preparation of the annual operating budget, and works with Regional Property 

Manager to maintain budgetary guidelines.

Manages health and safety programs, including training in fire safety, general emergency procedures, and

the use of emergency equipment.

Executes marketing and advertising campaigns for apartment leasing and coordinating leasing events such

as, resident promotional activities and new move in promotions.

 

Assists with the development and implementation of resident services programming.

Maintains knowledge and awareness of property competition, and other market conditions affecting

leasing and operations.

Notifies residents of all issues affecting their tenancy.

 

Files court documents for eviction and attends scheduled court hearings as Landlord's representative. 

Oversees security deposit administration including inspecting units to determine resident's balance or

refund, preparing disposition letters, and processing security deposit returns.

Maintains building security measures, ensuring proper incident documentation and notification to

management, owners, and insurance carriers

Maintains familiarity with all procedures and requirements of accounts payable and accounts receivable.

Ensures property's filing system is maintained and includes tenant, applicant, accounting, and vendor and

contract files.

Develops and utilizes sound rent collection procedures, including following up with delinquent accounts.

Delivers rent deposits to bank and submits all related documentation.

Monitors landlord-tenant relations and mediates disputes when necessary

Utilizes maintenance software to enter in and track work orders, and regularly reviews maintenance          

reports.

 

Inspects apartments for move-in condition (pre-inspection) and turnover status.

Directs administrative and maintenance associates in annual unit inspections and annual recertification of

residents.

 

Remains current on and compliant with policies and laws affecting the marketing and leasing of the

property, including the Company's leasing agreement, Landlord Tenant code, Fair Housing laws, and other applicable laws.

 

What you will bring to BLDG

High School Diploma or equivalent

Bachelors degree preferred

Degree in a related field preferred

Certifications a plus. 

3 or more years experience in multi-family property management, including direct supervision of others and working at a large community with a large staff. 

Proven Marketing and Leasing experience

Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook

A high level of Excel knowledge is preferred. 

Bilingual preferred.

Proficiency in Property Solutions-Entrata preferred

Excellent customer service skills

Ability to perform in a busy, changing, multi-tasking work environment

Requires ability to physically inspect property (or properties) and individual units.

Requires ability to read, speak, and comprehend the English language

Requires a valid driver's license, an insured vehicle, and the ability to travel (between properties, on-call emergencies, training, etc.

Take the next step!

Please apply on our career site: www.bldgmanagement.com/careers/

 

All applications are greatly appreciated although only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Business Manager – Denver, CO