Grant Manager (part-time)
Community Relations Division
The Community Relations division provides fundraising and communications services for AHC Inc., a nonprofit developer of affordable housing located in Arlington, VA. The division supports all AHC programs as well as the Resident Services programs located at AHC rental communities.
The Grant Manager will work closely with the Director, Community Relations on corporate contributions solicitations and manage the grant proposal process. The primary focus will be to raise financial support for AHC’s Resident Services program.
Identify funding sources for after-school educational programs for elementary-age children and teens living at AHC rental properties in Arlington, Virginia, and for financial literacy programs for adults and activities for senior citizens, primarily in Baltimore, MD.
Prepare grant proposals, write grant proposals, and organize related site visits.
Assist with the annual corporate appeal.
Acknowledge receipt of grants and contributions.
Report to grantors and contributors as required; collect statistical data and anecdotal information from a variety of sources.
Identify and submit award applications for leadership awards and AHC projects, particularly in rental housing and resident services.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in related field
At least 5 years’ experience in grant research, writing and reporting.
At least 2 years’ experience in raising funds for a community-based organization providing services such as affordable housing, after-school programs, and/or social services.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and database management.
Basic budgeting skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
To apply: Send your resume, two sample grant proposals you have written plus salary requirements to HR at (email@example.com) or via fax at 703-486-0653 for IMMEDIATE consideration. E/O/E.
AHC Management LLC
AHC Management LLC manages affordable, residential properties in Arlington, VA and Baltimore, MD. The property manager’s duties include: managing a portfolio of affordable properties; providing leadership and supervision to site staff and; ensuring that all operations and documents are in compliance with Federal & State requirements; completing annual budgets; monitor monthly, quarterly income & expenses; ensuring that all maintenance services are being completed & tracked; preparing related reports; other related duties.
Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent years of experience in site management; 3 years in a property manager’s role, at least 7 years in residential site management; required certifications include ARM, CAM, RAM; proven track record of success with cooperative management, effective communication, marketing, managing multiple projects & meeting deadlines; ability to produce reports, maintain records; extensive experience with budgeting & cost management; knowledge of local Virginia apartment market & Fair Housing regulations; strong marketing and affordable housing experience; ability to think strategically with proven problem solving skills; excellent communication, time management & organizational skills; knowledge of Jenark software preferred; proficiency with MS Word & Excel.
For IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION, email resumes & salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 703-486-0653. E/O/E
Primary duties: To record transactions for multiple managed properties, including AP, AR, and accruals; to monitor the transactional activity processed at the site level and approve those transactions for posting by the Senior Controller; maintain the general ledger & related accounting records of the property portfolio; review lease administration transactions, move-ins/outs, concessions, subsidy/tenant allocation, late-legal charges & bad-debt write offs; process mortgage payments; assist site managers in review of financial reports; track utility costs in accounting system; maintain all related paper & electronic files.
Minimum requirements: College degree in Accounting or related field; experience may be substituted for education; 3+ yrs experience in property management accounting; knowledge of general property management regulations; knowledge of HUD property management accounting & reporting; proven ability to multi-task, remain organized, meet deadlines & work independently; proficiency w/MS Office, spreadsheet applications; experience w/YARDI accounting systems a plus.
To apply: Send your resume and salary requirements to HR at (email@example.com) or via fax at 703-486-0653 for IMMEDIATE consideration. E/O/E.
Assistant Site Manager
AHC Management LLC
The Assistant Site Manager will be responsible for assisting the Property Manager in all job assignments for the residential property. Responsibilities include: administrative duties, completing and receiving applications, building and ground inspections, ordering supplies, handling questions & concerns from residents, implementing policies & procedures for residents, preparing reports as needed, financial duties, and monitoring maintenance requests.
Minimum requirements are: High School diploma or equivalent; minimum 2 years providing customer service; knowledge and experience of low income tax credit; section 8 experience preferred; minimum 2 years of administrative experience; proficiency with MS Office; strong verbal and written communication skills; fluency in Spanish a plus.
Send resumes & salary requirements to HR via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 703-486-0653 for IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION. E/O/E.
AHC Management LLC
The Technician will be responsible for all work tickets and scheduled & unscheduled maintenance activities; preventive maintenance work; timely maintenance and repairs of all apartments and common areas, preparation and turnover of vacant units, at least monthly building and property inspections, minor electrical, plumbing and drywall repairs, and maintenance of heating & air conditioning units in the residential units; other related duties.
Minimum requirements: High School diploma or equivalent; CFC Certification; two-years experience with apartment building maintenance; ability to communicate effectively; ability to coordinate long variety projects and on-going assignments; ability to maintain equipment; ability to lift at least 50 lbs.; flexibility with schedules and weekend hours; valid driver’s license.
For IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION, send resume and salary requirements to: email@example.com or fax to 703-486-0653. E/O/E
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