Housing Authority of the City of Longmont
Position Open Until Filled
Full Time Benefitted Position
Job Summary: The Community Manager performs on-site property management, leasing, compliance, and community relations for the Housing Authority of the City of Longmont’s (LHA) portfolio of section 8, tax credit, and affordable multi-family and senior housing under the supervision of the Regional Property Manager.
Position is scheduled to work from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday, with occasional nights and weekends in emergency or special situations.
Recently, the City of Longmont and the Housing Authority of the City of Longmont established a partnership to strengthen their leadership efforts and leverage their resources to provide affordable housing to our community members who need it most. Both organizations are stronger together in serving the Longmont community.
Candidates must possess strong property management skills, while embracing the importance of housing retention. Successful candidates will embody a spirit of service; treat others with respect and dignity; model honesty and integrity; contribute to a positive work environment; engage in frequent and meaningful communication; hold self and others accountable; and promote teamwork.
Manages property operations in accordance with all Federal, State, and Local Fair Housing laws and according to LHA philosophy, policies, and protocols.
Works closely with maintenance team to address building or grounds related issues in a timely manner.
Conducts daily and monthly inspections of the property(ies) to ensure LHA’s Impression & Safety Standards are met.
Processes renewals and re-certifications; processes lease terminations.
Works with partner agencies to prevent and do early intervention with regard to lease violations in order to work with residents to help them stay housed if possible.
Participates in strengthening a team approach in property management working well with various sub teams especially; maintenance, HCV, administration, and other property managers.
Performs other duties as assigned to meet the needs of LHA.
3 years of property management experience. Proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook with a strong working knowledge of computers. Affordable housing program experience (HUD 202, LIHTC, and/or Section 8) including fair housing knowledge; ability to complete Fair Housing training within thirty days of employment. Professional personal appearance and desire to continue building on skill sets. Ability to work well with a diverse group of persons. Valid Colorado driver’s license, good driving record, background check and drug screen required.
Hiring Range: $48,380 to $53,747 per year plus competitive benefits package.
Submit resume to the Housing Authority of the City of Longmont at Lisa.Gallinar@longmontcolorado.gov or 350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501.