Tenancy and Asset Manager
Advertiser: Habitat for Humanity Central North IslandMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 9 Oct 2019
- Waikato, Hamilton
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Real Estate & Property, Residential Leasing & Property Management
We have a rare opportunity to join the team at Habitat for Humanity Central North Island, working towards a world where every one has a decent place to live.
The Tenancy & Asset Manager is responsible for building meaningful relationships, supporting individuals and whanau to maintain a secure and dignified tenancy with Habitat through all our programmes – from social rental to various stages of progressive home ownership.
They also take care of asset maintenance across our portfolio of around 120 tenancies - owned rentals, those we manage on behalf of ethically-minded landlords, our independent living facility for older people (Freeman Court), pensioner housing complexes and families who are working towards ownership. Our region covers the Central North Island from north of Huntly through to Tairawhiti, taking in Rotorua and Hawke’s Bay.
We’re seeking someone who has excellent communication and wants to join a team that believes in the Habitat mission, understanding our beneficiaries’ challenges and listening to their stories without judging.
The Tenancy & Asset Manager is our internal expert with good working knowledge of the RTA, the Healthy Homes Guarantees Act, subsidies available for landlords and tenants, and best-practice tenancy management.
We need someone who’s as confident dealing with compliance matters as they are balancing face-to-face tenancy work. A high level of attention to detail, financial literacy, respect for confidentiality, computer competency and experience using online database systems is essential.
At Habitat CNI, we’re proud to be a high performing team, each responsible and accountable for reaching personal and team goals. We trust each other to always make decisions for the common good. Neither do we let each other fail, and so a person who is truly a team player will enjoy the workplace.
Regular travel within the region is required, and we also expect you’d participate in local and iwi housing networks and maintain a good knowledge of opportunity across the NZ Housing Continuum.
This is a pivotal time to join Habitat CNI as we’re preparing, as always, for growth and innovation, including the development of our managed property service. If you’re keen, please apply via Seek, including a cover letter.
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