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Full Time Position - San Francisco - Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... COMPANY: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) POSITION: General Manager II ABOUT TNDC Founded in 1981, the Tenderloin Neighborhood
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 24, 2004
      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 03/24/2004 08:44 AM -----

      COMPANY: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC)
      POSITION: General Manager II

      ABOUT TNDC

      Founded in 1981, the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
      (TNDC)
      houses 3,000 San Franciscans ? primarily people who earn $5,000 to $25,000
      a
      year?in 20 buildings with 1,600 apartments and hotel rooms. TNDC's mission
      is to make the Tenderloin neighborhood a better place to live for
      low-income
      people by providing safe, service-enriched affordable housing and
      cooperating in community improvement and development efforts. www.tndc.org

      THE POSITION
      Under the direct supervision of the Property Supervisor, the General
      Manager
      II is responsible for the overall operation of a HUD building, a building
      over 60 units, or a tax credit building. Oversees the day-to-day
      operations
      of a residential hotel or apartment building, including staff supervision,
      building maintenance, and tenant relations. The position is full-time (40
      hours per week). Exempt.

      KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
      1. Directly supervise staff, including hiring, performance,
      reviews,
      training, and discipline, if necessary.
      2. Creates and maintains a positive atmosphere in the
      building for
      residents.
      3. Responsible for implementing, designing and maintaining a
      resident
      retention program.
      4. Complies with HUD and tax credit regulations regarding
      income
      certification and other documentation.
      5. Performs annual income re-certifications and issues rent
      increase notices
      6. Coordinates with Occupancy Manager on rental of vacant
      units to qualified
      applicants. Interviews prospective applicants and maintains waiting list.
      7. Maintains a record of financial transactions with tenants
      on Rent Roll,
      monitors rent collection and receivables.
      8. Enforces rental agreements, rules and policies, with
      particular attention
      to guest policies and security issues.
      9. Monitors financial condition of building, including
      expenditures and
      participates in planning the building budget.
      10. Responds appropriately to building emergencies and
      resident crises.
      Understands emergency plan.
      11. Maintains files, records, rental agreements, and other
      documents and
      records.
      12. Requests purchase of supplies and equipment.
      13. Conducts regular inspections of buildings and grounds to
      assure proper
      sanitation, maintenance and compliance with agency requirements.
      14. Meets regularly with building team to plan work
      schedules, develops
      performance plans.
      15. Participate in training as required.
      16. Submits weekly and monthly required reports.
      17. Other duties as assigned.

      REQUIRED SKILLS
      · Ability, willingness, and sensitivity to work with a
      diverse, low-income
      population.
      · Sound judgment, excellent assessment, problem solving,
      and supervision
      skills.
      · Effective writing, communication, time management and
      organizational
      skills.
      · Ability to work tactfully under pressure; cope with
      stress.
      · Ability to respond appropriately in pressure situations;
      possess an even
      temperament and strong "people" skills with a commitment to customer
      service.

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
      · 2 years of residential property management experience,
      preferably in a
      low-income setting or equivalent experience.
      · Experience with conflict resolution, crisis intervention
      and resident
      relations.
      · Knowledge of substance abuse and homelessness issues.

      PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
      · Certified HUD or Tax Credit Manager
      · Knowledge of residential property management and building
      systems.
      · Bi-lingual in Chinese, Spanish, or Russian.
      Note: HUD or Tax Credit Manager Certification is a preferred qualification
      at the time of hire. Upon hire all General Managers II must complete the
      HUD
      or Tax Credit Manager certification (depending on the site where they
      work)
      within the introductory period (first six months of employment).

      APPLICATION PROCESS
      Submit short cover letter and resume to heidi@.... Position
      open until filled.
      WOMEN AND PEOPLE OF COLOR ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. EOE.
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