Property Management trainee / Customer Service / $20.00 / N. Hollywood / Burbank, CA


This is a temp to hire position for a Assistant Property Manager. Below find job responsibilities you need to have a car and valid drivers license after the conversion you would be driving to various properties. Customer Service experience in an office environment is required.

• Take photos as needed.
• Post on social media sites and rental sites.
• Provide general clerical assistance to the office.
• Receive all telephone calls and in-person visits. Listen to resident requests and comments.
• Quickly complete maintenance Service Request and inform the maintenance team. Answer questions for residents about community, repairs, rent, rules, etc. Follow up on a timely basis if unable to respond to residents on all matters.
• Ensure all maintenance repairs are handled satisfactorily by contacting residents with completed Service Requests on a weekly basis.
• Maintain open communication with Property Manager and Maintenance Supervisor.
• Learn and ensure compliance with all company, local, state and federal safety rules.
• Writing work orders for Maintenance department based on information from tenants, technicians or based on information gathered from site visits
• Issuing keys to technicians/vendors, keeping logs of who has keys and ensuring return of said keys.
• Greet prospects and qualify by covering all criteria (ask questions; utilize completed guest cards, etc.).
• Distribute all company or community-issued notices.
• Represent the company in a professional manner at all the times.
• Operate computers programmed with accounting software to record, store and analyze information.
• Provide accounting support to Property Managers.
• Assist in lease transactions by typing leases, gathering applicant’s history and credit approvals.

Benefits after 90day conversion

If you have these qualifications and interests please submit your resume to:; questions about this position? Call 818-954-0054 or if you are already registered with our company reach out to your usual contact about this position.



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