Griffis Residential Associates are hard-working team players who genuinely care about delivering “It’s about you” customer service quality to our customers, residents, and guests. Qualified candidates will demonstrate a proven positive attitude, basic marketing abilities, outstanding leasing and sales skills. Work priorities include the ability to organize administrative requirements, multi-task, communicate effectively, and lead by example.
As the Assistant Property Manager / Assistant Community Manager you are the face of Griffis Residential, and resident retention and satisfaction is your focus. Whether it’s helping to market the property through your research of local property management market conditions, handling service requests or finding diplomatic but effective ways to collect late rent and fees, you appreciate that each interaction is one more opportunity to build strong resident relationships.
Being an Assistant Property Manager at Griffis Residential isn’t like running any other apartment building, property or real estate office. At GR, apartment management and property management is more than just a collection of tenants and units, it’s a community that redefines property management. As an Assistant Property Manager with GR, you will lead GR efforts as your team shapes and defines a great experience for our residents.
One of the defining differences at GR is our customer service. We look to exceed the performance of traditional bastions of five star world class customer services like Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons and Nordstrom. You appreciate world-class customer service because it is the cornerstone of resident satisfaction and increases resident retention.
While outstanding customer service underlies our every interaction, as an Assistant Community Manager your role is part sales, part bookkeeping, part scheduling and full-time customer service. While this role has its share of routine paperwork, system updates and data management, you will concentrate on ensuring that revenues are accounted for and revenue opportunities are maximized.
Additional responsibilities of the Assistant Property Manager include:
Whether your background is property management, hospitality, hotels or customer service, you appreciate that people are complicated. While you understand that sometimes difficult things happen to our residents, at the end of the day you don’t mind addressing issues with them, such as rent, fees or noise and parking violations.To be successful working in our communities you will need proven experience including:
At GR we recognize that exceptional people need exceptional rewards. Beyond our competitive total compensation packages, your schedule at GR will provide you with a quality of life that is difficult to achieve within hospitality or hotel roles. Additionally our benefits package reflects our respect for workplace contributions, professional goals and personal priorities.
Other benefits included: