FPI Management Assistant Community Director in Sacramento, California

Job Description

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"Property Management with a Signature"

FPI Management, one of the Nation's largest third-party Property Management Companies, employs a team of professionals who are recognized as leaders in the multifamily industry. Our staff is distinguished by their professionalism, enthusiasm and commitment to customer service.

We are currently looking to add an administratively strong, results-oriented Assistant Community Director to our awesome team!


  • Must have a minimum of 1-2 years' experience in an Assistant Property Manager role with a HUD Tax Credit community.
  • Is marketing savvy and proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel), Google Apps and Yardi software.


  • Must be proficient in speaking, reading, and writing in English.
  • Possesses a valid driver’s license and an insured, operable vehicle.
  • Possesses a High School diploma or equivalency certificate.
  • Is able to pass a full background check and drug screening (no exceptions).


  1. Operate the property in the absence of the Community Director.

  2. Answer the telephone with a smile.

  3. Establish and maintain the best possible occupancy of the apartment community.

  • a. Show and demonstrate available apartments.

  • b. Practice professional leasing techniques.

  • c. Be aware of current advertising and market programs for the apartment community, as well as all community rules and regulations, policies and procedures.

  • d. Perform a personal tour conversion closing ratio of:

  • Total Traffic – 35%

  • Qualified Traffic – 50%

  • e. Ensure that a thorough application to rent background check is done on all prospective residents, before approval for occupancy.

  • f. Strive for good resident/management relations, to retain desirable residents.

  • g. Ensure the safety, comfort and privacy of all property residents.

  • h. Be aware of the existing and changing market conditions.

  • i. Be familiar with the competition and surrounding area of the apartment community.

  1. Keep accurate records of resident and property activities.
  • a. Collect and record rent and deposits and ensure safety of money collected.

  • b. Complete all documents required for resident and property files.

  • c. Assist with credit and background checks.

  • d. Maintain leasing records.

  • e. Complete all clerical functions requested.

  1. Conduct move-in orientation functions requested.

  2. Observe the condition of the grounds, buildings and model apartments on a regular basis and report any irregularities or maintenance needs to the Community Director.

  3. Realize the maximum revenue potential of the property.

  • a. Timely collection of rents and other income due to Owner.

  • b. Eliminate lost revenues due to vacancies by timely turnover and a marketing program that will pre-lease apartments.

  • c. Timely service and enforcement of evictions for non-payment of rent and violators of the community rules and regulations that cause loss of revenues.

  • d. Ensure collections of rent through vacating date.

  • e. Ensure the timely vacating of all apartments, to minimize loss of income.

  • f. Inspect all vacated apartments for accurate costs of turnover and ensure the timely turnover of all apartments.

  1. Assist residents with the reporting and recording of maintenance needs.
  • a. Enter all maintenance needs into the accounting system.

  • b. Maintain the capital improvement log in the accounting system

  1. Assist Community Director with the following.
  • a. Preparation of weekly report.

  • b. Move-out paperwork.

  • c. Completion of month end report.

  1. Comply with all FPI employee policies and procedures.

  2. Comply with the Fair Housing Laws.

  3. Perform any and all functions as directed by the Community Director.

FPI Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All employment decisions are based upon business need, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, religion, color, gender, ancestry, marital status, protected veteran status, national origin, age, sex(including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, medical condition, disability, or other bases protected by law. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

We offer competitive salaries, personal and professional development opportunities, plenty of growth, and comprehensive benefits packages to all qualified employees after a prescribed period of time.

Job Title: Assistant Community Director

Date Posted: 10/18/2016

Location: Sacramento, CA 1801 L

Position Id: 2016281

Position Status: Regular Full Time

Proposed Pay Rate: $DOE hourly (plus bonus)

Yrs of Exp Required: 1-2

Live On-Site Required: Not required

Software Skills Required: MS Excel, MS Word, On-Site, Yardi, Yieldstar