31 Jan
Resident Manager
California, Oakland , 94601 Oakland USA

Summary The Resident Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of the property including overseeing physical maintenance and upkeep, effectuating administrative and clerical tasks, maintaining positive resident relations and adhering to all applicable rules and regulations. This position requires strong leadership skills and an understanding of diverse populations. This position involves independent judgement and discretion including when and how to delegate responsibilities in order to properly manage the respective property. The Resident Manager must be able to analyze the respective property and determine what unique attributes it has to best manage the property. The Resident Manager is expected to use their independent judgment and discretion to maintain BRIDGE Property Management Company’s high standards of professionalism and service in order to provide residents with a safe, well-managed living environment and to meet the company’s goals and objectives . The Resident Manager must also properly manage and supervise staff to ensure that property staff are responsive to the needs of residents and support resident interaction and retention. Responsibilities

Interview potential residents to determine whether they meet applicable regulations and/or requirements as issued by any local, State, Federal government or agency regarding income eligibility

Independently determine content of and coordinate resident community meetings and resident activities

Collect rent and serve late notices as needed and/or delegate the same

Ensure compliance with proper procedure and regulations for applicant certification and annual resident re-certification

Oversee maintenance of property management software systems

Review, analyze and prepare weekly and monthly compliance reports

Maintain resident, maintenance, and vendor filing systems and/or delegate the same

Keep inventory of office and maintenance supplies and/or delegate the same

Supervise maintenance and office staff 

Supervise work of contractors and vendors including approval of services and associated invoices

Conduct and/or oversee annual unit inspections including determining how to comply with regulatory agency program rules for any units that do not meet standards

Provide excellent customer service to residents and vendors and ensure that all staff do the same

Attend annual trainings and apply those trainings in order to ensure compliance with the Fair Housing Act and affordable housing regulatory compliance

Use independent judgment and discretion to determine how to handle after hours emergencies

Coordinate and work with onsite team and local service organizations to provide resident services

Oversee and execute other projects as assigned


Experience in low-income or affordable housing property management such that the individual can determine compliance using his/her own independent judgment and discretion

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for residents and to manage staff

Strong computer skills including MS Word, Outlook and Excel; Yardi a plus

Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail and follow through including ability to manage staff

Able to work independently, prioritize, meet multiple deadlines and supervise team members

Valid driver’s license and required insurance

Physical Requirements

Able to ambulate 1000 feet without difficulty over varied grounds and terrain

Able to lift 25 pounds from a standing position

Able to lift objects overhead, pivot and return object to original position

Able to sit at desk for extensive period of time

Preferred Qualifications

For properties with supportive housing components, experience in supportive housing property management

Certification in Residential Apartment Management

HUD, HOME, State affordable housing programs and tax credit experience

Knowledge of property maintenance and physical maintenance/upkeep requirements


Location: Oakland, CA

BRIDGE Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed t o fostering an inclusive environment for our diverse workforce. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Pursuant to the California Fair Chance Act and Oregon’s House Bill 3025, we will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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