Job Title: Program Manager, Collegiate Housing (Property Manager)
Department: Collegiate Housing
Reports to: Director of Collegiate Housing
Location: Evanston, IL
Serves as property manager to National Housing Corporation managed facilities without live-in House Directors, and provides oversight and support to independently managed House Corporations and Chapter Property Committees.
This position is full-time and offers a competitive benefits package. For consideration, submit a cover letter and a resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via US mail to: Human Resources, Alpha Phi International Fraternity, 1930 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL 60201.
Key Job Elements:
- Provide property management services to assigned facilities, engaging local resources as necessary to efficiently maintain and operate facilities.
- Ensure facilities maintain up-to-date inspections and comply with all safety and code requirements
- Ensure managed facilities maintain updated five year upgrade / maintenance plans
- Coordinate the opening and closing of managed facilities
- Create training tools, programs, manuals, webinars and in-person training sessions for housing volunteers as assigned.
- Lead in-person training sessions and webinars for housing volunteers as assigned.
- Facilitate communication and cooperation between local housing corporation boards, collegiate chapters, advisory boards and alumnae groups.
- Communicate with HCB/CPCs on a regular and consistent basis, including HCB/CPC newsletters and social media posts
- Answer housing questions from volunteers, members and parents
- Compile quarterly Vital Signs report on the status of all Alpha Phi facilities
- Manage the collection of Housing Reports from independently managed house corporation board officers
- Maintain accurate database files for tracking International reporting requirements
- Keep informed of developments in Greek housing and use information to help the Fraternity operate with initiative and innovation. This may include attendance at relevant seminars and/or campus housing meetings.
- Perform special projects and other duties as assigned.
Skills and Experience Required:
Education and Experience:
- Four-year college degree
- Major or background in property management, finance, law, human resources, real estate or other related field preferred
- Property management experience
- Vendor management experience
- Knowledge of significant issues related to property management, insurance and risk management
- Knowledge of contract law
- Knowledge of Greek or University housing systems
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Products
- Independent and innovative thinking: ability to make decisions and willingness to take and accept responsibility of such decisions
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to analyze and synthesize diverse material and opinions
- Excellent diplomatic and interpersonal skills with ability to explain legal concepts to non-expert volunteers
- Outstanding problem solving skills
- Knowledge of Fraternity structure, policies and procedures
- Ability to manage multiple priorities under continuous deadlines
- Sold analytical and organizational skills
- Team player with the spirit and flexibility to be effective in a small office environment