[Intro paragraph] We also advise you to begin your job description with a few phrases outlining your property portfolio, business culture, and working environment for potential managers. Describe your company’s values and what you can offer prospective property managers as this is your chance to sell yourself to the job candidate. That will really set your position apart from similar job advertisements of property management.
Job duties of a property manager:
- Establishes and upholds leases, advertises and fills vacant spaces, maintains and secures properties, and enforces lease agreements to retain rental properties.
- Calculates overhead costs, depreciation, taxes, and profit objectives after examining local rental rates to determine the appropriate rental rate.
- Tenants are drawn in through posting listings, asking current tenants for recommendations, describing the benefits of the area and amenities, and touring available properties.
- contracts made with tenants through the negotiation of leases and the collection of security deposits.
- Inspects vacant apartments, makes repairs, plans renovations, hires landscaping and snow removal services, investigates and resolves tenant complaints, enforces occupancy regulations, and maintains the property.
- Contracts with maintenance companies and oversees repairs to maintain building systems.
- Contracts with security patrol services, installs and maintains security equipment, creates and enforces preventive rules and processes, and responds to emergencies to secure property.
- Confronts violators to enforce occupancy policies and procedures.
- Collects, examines, and summarizes data and trends to create reports.
[Work Hours & Benefits] You might wish to include information regarding your working hours and benefits now that prospective property managers are aware of what is expected of them. Talk about any options for flexible work hours or schedules, on-site meeting times, or travel needs. Additionally, you can draw attention to the distinctive advantages that make your company stand out, such as profit sharing, paid time off, tuition credits, or continuing education reimbursement.
Skills and qualifications for property managers:
- Dynamism for sales
- Knowledge of all relevant federal, state, and municipal rules and regulations
- Outstanding organization and detail-oriented
- knowledge of office management programs
- The internal dialogue
Requirements for Education, Experience, and Licensing:
- Preference for a bachelor’s degree or comparable experience
- 3 to 5 years of sales or real estate experience
- Experience in management of 1-3 years is a bonus.
- Solid familiarity with office programs such Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
[Call to Action] The strongest call to action is where the top-performing job ads really distinguish themselves. Let potential candidates who read your property manager job description know precisely how to apply, and encourage them to do so by adding specifics like hiring manager contact information or necessary documentation of property management service. Another choice is to direct them to the apply button, if one is there at the top of the job description.