Property Manager - MD

Location: Gaithersburg, MD

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Senior Manager/Supervisor

Job Description

A Property Manager oversees all property management activities for assigned communities, directs activities of all personnel assigned to work on the properties including service providers, vendors, contractors, and employees.  Property Managers report directly to the President & CEO.

Please note this is a site level position overseeing multiple properties in suburban Maryland.

Desired Experience

We hire for cultural compatibility, relevant technical expertise and professional accomplishments.

Candidates must have minimum five (5) years property management experience in new community lease-up and ongoing multifamily management. Desired candidates would have a Bachelor of Arts or Sciences from an accredited university or hold a Certified Property Manager® (CPM), Accredited Residential Manager® (ARM), or Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) designation. Prefer DC Real Estate Salesperson or Property Managers license or the willingness to earn license within one year of hire.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Marketing and Leasing  Creates, develops, coordinates and implements plans and programs for the marketing, promotion, and leasing of residential properties, including marketing strategies, goals and objectives directed towards maximum profit and long term value.
  • Resident Relations  Develop, coordinate and supervise the site staff in offering customer service opportunities to maintain the high quality of the Oculus product. Place emphasis on resident retention through service and support programs.
  • Budgeting and Fiscal Control  In conjunction with senior staff, develops and coordinates the implementation of annual income and expense budgets which maximize income and minimize expense. Responsible for monthly variance reporting.
  • Repair and Maintenance  Develops and oversees organization and resource requirements for maintenance, service and repair activities. Emphasis shall be placed on curb appeal and providing the highest standard of service at the lowest possible cost.
  • Employee Relations  Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable employment laws. These duties may include: interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
  • Office Administration  Ensures organization of the leasing office and maintenance areas run smoothly and  efficiently. Proficiency with Windows OS, Microsoft Office, and Apple iOS.

Company Benefits

Competitive salary and benefits. Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) program. Professional association membership along with training and development opportunities through Oculus University.

Company Description

Real Estate Investment, Management & Consulting

Oculus Realty, LLC is a fast growing firm that provides innovative real estate investment, management and advisory services to owners of investment property in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our team is skilled at preserving and enhancing value through operations.

Our guiding principles include care, workmanship, initiative, creativity and integrity. Our mission is to provide quality real estate management through service excellence thereby creating value for our stakeholders.


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