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Temporary Job Position


Job Number 000042TM
Job Title Leasing Assistant - Bilingual (Chinese), Downtown
Location Honolulu, HI

Collects rents, makes bank deposits, prepares and submits an accurate rent roll in a timely manner.
Assists with income verifications, certification and screening of applicants and collection of rents.
Enters all relevant transactions into the computer as described in the REM Policies and Procedures and follows back up and transmission schedules.
May conduct annual unit inspections.
Assists in scheduling vacant units for rental and occupancy.
Maintains legally required postings.
Monitors work orders and purchase orders.
Answers telephone, prepares correspondence, and maintains neatness of the office.
Assists in maintaining all required inventories for office supplies and office equipment.
File all documents and maintain filing system.
Prepares and processes leases, security deposit agreements, inspections and other forms for incoming residents. Conducts inspections for outgoing residents and prepares final closing statements.
Assists Resident Manager in processing evictions.
Walks the grounds daily with site inspection report, making sure that everything on the property is clean and in good order.
Responds to emergencies as needed.
May conduct market surveys.
Consistently receives shopping and phone report score of at least 90.
Assumes responsibilities of Resident Manager in the Resident Managers absence, under the direction of the Property Supervisor.
May perform some or all of the Essential Responsibilities of the Leasing Agent and/or Bookkeeper position.
Maintains confidentiality of resident, applicant, and or employee information.
Attends mandatory trainings and meetings.
Actively participates in Injury and Illness Prevention Plan.
Regular and predictable attendance.
Other duties as assigned.

Refers to a recertification schedule on the computer and reviews it monthly. All recertifications are to
be scheduled so that they are completed by the anniversary date of move-in.
Mails recertification letters to residents 120 days prior to the anniversary date of move-in.
Sets up appointments with residents to sign necessary forms.
Sends reminder notices to residents who fail to make prompt appointment responses for the
recertification process.

Ability to develop and implement site budgets and variance reporting.
Demonstrable skill in the use of Microsoft Office software.
Skill in problem solving with staff, applicants and residents
Knowledge of HUD, DFEH and ADA guidelines and other regulatory agency guidelines specific to site.
Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
Intermediate level computer skills (Excel, Word, Internet, e-mail) skills.
Ability to use initiative and think independently.
Able to maintain a calm and professional demeanor in all communications with residents, vendors and staff.
Sound judgment. Ability to work effectively with wide variety of personalities.

Physical Requirements
Must be able to move freely throughout the property to conduct inspections, including the ability to climb stairs, walk for extended periods of time, and clearly see potential maintenance, health, and safety concerns.
Able to sit at a desk for extended periods while using typical office equipment, such as computers, phones, copiers, etc.
Must be able to lift 25 pounds.
Must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Work Environment - The majority of time is spent on the property.

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HiEmployment is an equal opportunity employer. This listing was last updated on July 27, 2016.