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Affordable Housing- Regional Manager

Los Angeles CA

Job Type


About the Role

The Regional Manager role works under General Supervision of
the Director of Property Management. This role is responsible for supervision, training
and employment recommendations of assigned Community staff. These duties are a
usual and customary part of the role.

Job Duties:
• Maintain the physical asset in accordance with the owner's objectives.
• Responsible for hiring, training, supervising, developing and terminating all on-site
• Assist with special projects and administrative tasks.
• Ensure staff compliance with company policies and procedures.
• Ensure staff performance of duties on a timely basis.
• Maximize the financial returns from each asset.
• Maintain positive relationships with other departments within Solari Enterprises,
Inc. to insure accurate and timely completion of work products.
• Maintain relationships with clients, the community, government agencies such as
• Maintain relationships with suppliers, vendors, and professionals servicing the
company or community.
• Provide draft answers for Agency correspondence.

• Review all contracts/proposals.
• Review all reports/memos/paperwork generated from the community.
• Review and approve the payroll.
• Handle all resident problems that cannot be solved at the community.
• Prioritize improvement and repair programs.
• Update community operations manual, when necessary.
• Attend all scheduled agency inspections and reviews.
• Provide rent increase packages for review and submission to regulatory agencies.
• Complete annual performance reviews for community personnel.
• Check community resident files for proper documentation.

Marketing and Leasing
• Develop advertising and marketing programs for the communities.
• Review weekly and monthly marketing reports.
• Complete market surveys of the rent comparable in the area.
• Train on site staff on marketing and leasing techniques.
• Handle any emergency that may arise at the community.

Maintaining the Physical Asset
• Complete regular community inspections.
• Confirm the proper completion of day to day maintenance work and preventive
• Oversee the proper scheduling of maintenance work.
• Work with on property manager in establishing a rotating schedule of personnel for
emergency maintenance
• Make regular follow-up inspections on maintenance work.
• Make recommendations to home office for major physical repairs, replacements,
and/or improvements.
• Oversee supplies, materials and equipment procurement.
• Approve expenditures that are within budget allocations.
• Evaluate maintenance operations periodically to determine cost efficiency.

Financial Reporting and Controls
• Implement and supervise rent collection programs.
• Propose expenditures to home office that are outside budget allocations.
• Assist property manager in preparation of their community’s budget
• Report variances from budget to home office weekly.
• Assist accounting where needed in preparation of monthly financial accounting,
reporting, and explanation of variances.
• Approve invoices for payment.
• Report payroll information to home office on a timely basis.
• Develop an annual management plan.
• Develop five-year operating budgets.
• Track resident account receivables on a weekly basis.

• Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Experience with Affordable Housing programs
such as HUD and Tax Credit.
• Four years of Property Management experience
• Yardi software knowledge a plus
• Self-starter, quick learner
• Ability to be self-accountable and possess high moral and integrity judgement
• Experience working with a portfolio of business
The following Certifications are preferred at hire or should be attained after
introductory period is completed:
• CPO (Certified Professional of Occupancy) Certification – Section 8 only
• SHCM (Specialist in Housing Credit Management) Designation – Section 42 only
• RAM (Registered Apartment Manager) Certification or similar certification
• FHC (Fair Housing Coordinator) Certification
• Real Estate License for the State of California.

Language Skills:
Team member must be able to read, analyze, and interpret general business policies
and procedures, technical procedures and governmental regulations. Team member
must be able to write comprehensive reports and business correspondence. Team
member must be able to effectively present information and respond to questions from
team members, residents, funding agencies, superiors, and the general public. Team
member must have excellent verbal and written skills. Team member must possess
excellent interpersonal communication skills.

Mathematical Skills:
Team member must be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure,
using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Must be able to compute, rate,
ration, and calculate percent. Team member must have the ability to maintain finances
and work within a budget.

Reasoning Ability:
Team member must be able to read, understand and interpret all Regulatory
documents as well as an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or
diagram form with several abstract and concrete variables and apply common sense
understanding to carry out instructions. Team member must be able to define
problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.

Other Skills and Abilities
• Requires reliable, insured transportation and valid Driver’s License
• Must be reliable with minimal unscheduled absences
• Computer literacy required. Preferably Microsoft Office Suite and Yardi Systems
• Must exhibit professional appearance compatible with company image, positive
attitude, energetic, assertive, and capable of being a role model for subordinates
• Must demonstrate integrity on a professional level
• Must be detail oriented
• Ability to interact with a wide range of personalities

$85,000-$90,000 Annually (Exempt)
Paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick Time
Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance)
401k (Employer Match)

About the Company

Solari Enterprises, Inc. is a full-service property management company with communities throughout California, specializing in all aspects of multifamily affordable housing since 1993. We are proud of the communities we manage and look for future Team Members who embody the traits of our Mission Statement.

Solari Enterprises, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and participates in the E-Verify program. Employment offers will be contingent upon the completion of pre-employment screening, including but not limited to professional reference checks, verification of prior employment, criminal background, drug screening, and credit history.

Competitive salaries are offered based on experience. Eligible Team Members receive paid holidays, vacation, and sick time as well as medical, dental, vision, and the ability to participate in the 401(k).


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