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Director of Compliance

10/21/2016

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Responsible for the evaluation and monitoring of properties in an assigned portfolio to assure compliance with all applicable affordable housing programs. Keeps current on all changes in affordable housing regulations and assists in the distribution of this information to upper management staff.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS:

  • Must be able to read and interpret complex documents, such as regulatory agreements and compliance regulations.
  • Must meet stringent reporting deadlines.
  • Must be able to work as an effective member of a team and in a collaborative manner with staff, peers, and supervisors.
  • Must be able to interpret and understand resident file information, and approve files according to move-in deadlines.
  • Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing, including providing technical assistance on complex compliance issues in a simple, straightforward manner.
  • Must be willing to travel along the Front Range for the purposes of conducting internal audits, participating in third party and CHFA audits and inspections, etc., that pertain to affordable housing.
  • Must be flexible and able to adapt to changes in structures and work priorities.

SPECIFIC JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Keep current on all updates and changes in affordable housing programs and requirements.
  • Assure that upper management personnel receive clear and concise written interpretations of changes.
  • Respond to compliance-related questions from on-site personnel.

NEW PROPERTIES:

Implement file audit procedures for first year files for properties in lease-up to ensure compliance with regulatory agreements, software reports and occupancy summaries as scheduled or required. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate delivery of files with agency or investor to ensure timely delivery of files.
  • Reconcile all files with rent roll.
  • Ensure that all files meet full eligibility criteria for all applicable programs.
  • Ensure that all files are properly saved on corporate database
  • Monitor, review and approve all responses for LIHTC, HOME and all other agency audit responses as required in a complete and consistent manner. Ensure timely response delivery by stipulated deadlines.

ON-GOING RESPONSIBLITIES:

  • Schedule/coordinate all on-going file reviews and audits by:
  • Verification of resident income, assets, student status and all other eligibility criteria for all applicable affordable programs.
  • Routinely spot-check periodic resident annual recertification’s for income, assets, student status and all other eligibility criterion to ensure compliance with all applicable affordable programs.
  • Verify compliance with Fair Housing standards.
  • Work with Upper management personnel to develop procedures to maintain compliance on all properties.
  • Provide orientation and training to property managers. This may include initial orientation of new staff as well as on-going training of existing staff.
  • Conduct regular internal audits to ensure that all external audits are successful. Responsible for implementing additional compliance policies, procedures, and file documentation for all affordable programs as needed. Participate in annual workshops on changes to regulations, Fair Housing workshops and other in-service training determined to be appropriate by the Director of Compliance.
  • Assess and make recommendations to upper management regarding training needs for Property Managers consistent with company guidelines.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Current compliance certifications for HUD and tax credit preferred: HCCP and NPCC Experience: Minimum of two years’ experience required in multi- family property management, asset management, or housing regulatory organization/agency. Must possess a thorough knowledge of HUD, LIHTC, Farmers Home programs, HOME, BOND and other affordable housing programs. Experience in the use of property management/compliance monitoring software preferred.

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Experienced Apartment Maintenance Supervisor

For multiple Denver communities

1/5/2016

Interested candidates should possess extensive knowledge in the following:

HVAC and CPO Certifications (a MUST!), Excavation and Plumbing, Electrical, Boilers / hot water heaters, Drywall, Appliance repairs, Apartment turnover (scheduling techs, vendors, and following up for quality control), and train on state of the art technology for new site systems.

The ideal candidate must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license and insurance.

You will required to be in the on-call rotation for emergencies, some weekends and after hours, and participating in and enforcing snow removal protocol.

Salary based on experience and certifications. EOE

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Apartment Maintenance Technician

Entry-level Apartment Maintenance Technician / Groundskeeper needed for DTC mid-rise site (221 units).

1/5/2016

Entry-level Apartment Maintenance Technician / Groundskeeper needed for DTC mid-rise site (221 units).

This position may require occasional travel within the DTC area.

We are looking to hire someone with basic skills in the following fields:

  • Plumbing
  • Grounds
  • Electrical
  • Hot water heaters
  • Drywall
  • Appliance repairs
  • Apartment turnover (painting may be included)
  • Customer satisfaction attitude

The ideal candidate must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license and insurance. You will be required to be on an on-call rotation for emergencies, some weekends and after hours, and must be available for snow removal when necessary. Salary consideration based on experience and attitude.

Silva-Markham Partners is a growing property management company, which will provide its employees with opportunities for advancement.

Health benefits after 60 days, 401K after one year. EOE

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Assistant Manager for Tax Credit Communities

Assistant Manager needed for an apartment community near Willow Street and Florida Avenue.

1/5/2016

compensation: salary and bonus potential based on experience
employment type: full-time

Assistant Manager needed for an apartment community near Willow Street and Florida Avenue

The ideal candidate must be organized, have the ability to work well with little supervision, provide caring and compassionate customer service, be self-motivated, proactive and a team player. Tax credit a MUST.

Basic responsibilities:

  • Establish positive business relationships with residents, vendors, management, co-workers, ownership, housing authorities, etc.
  • Answer Phones and pre-qualify using tax credit guidelines
  • Tour prospects
  • Follow up to establish a report and close the sale
  • Process applications and tax credit paperwork
  • Assist manager with posting of rent and collections
  • Prepare annual recertifications and leases
  • Establish a positive rapport with local Housing Authority
  • Work well with residents in cooperation with resident services coordinator
    Enter maintenance requests into OneSite and follow up to ensure resident satisfaction
  • Enter all traffic, applications, and other activity into OneSite software daily
    Immediately advise management and maintenance of any curb appeal and / or maintenance issues
  • Help the team increase Resident Retention

*Some travel to cover at a nearby sister community required
Salary based on experience and perceived ability to represent our company in a courteous and professional manner. Commissions paid on new move-ins. Health benefits after 60 days, 401K eligible after one year. Excellent opportunity for future advancement with a growing company. EOE

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