Job Alert: Property Manager – Brooklyn, NY

My client, a large management company which offers great training and room for growth, seeks to hire a Property Manager for a 350-unit government supervised Mitchell-Lama Development in Brooklyn, NY.

The Property Manager will be responsible for the overall management of the Development, including but not limited to:

  • Supervising maintenance, security and administrative staff to ensure everyone is following procedures and working efficiently;
  • Develop and monitor budget to minimize costs while ensuring proper services;
  • Ensure highest possible occupancy rate and collection of carrying charges;
  • Managing Accounts Receivable;
  • Administering landlord-tenant issues and Accounts Payable processing;
  • Oversee maintenance including preventive maintenance, restorations and grounds;
  • Handle capital projects including RFPs, securing bids and overseeing contractors;
  • Supervise and assist with coordination of bidding process for all purchases;
  • Communicate with governmental agencies and send contracts for review;
  • Prepare work schedules, assign work and oversee work results;
  • Hire, direct and mediate between staff including disciplinary actions;
  • Process liability claims and handle insurance matters;
  • Applicant screening and maintaining applicant waiting list;
  • Completing status reports;
  • Resolving resident complaints and issues; and
  • Attending meetings as needed (including night meetings).


  • High school diploma or equivalent;
  • Two to five years’ experience in property management;
  • Experience supervising employees;
  • Ability to communicate with owners/board of directors (written and oral);
  • Excellent time management and general organizational skills; and
  • Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word.

Compensation:  $60,000 Annual Salary; 401(k), Medical

To submit your candidacy, send a cover letter, along with your resume, to Bruce Hurwitz at   Qualified candidates will be contacted within 48 hours.  No phone calls please.