Live Well. Love Your Job.

We, the Living Well Homes team, are proud to offer quality housing options and are dedicated to providing a warm and friendly atmosphere complemented by beautiful surroundings.  We strive to make an impact on the lives of our residents, not only by renting comfortable apartments and houses, but by providing them with a place to call “home” and a community to belong to. We take pride in knowing that Living Well Homes’ communities are where memories are made.

The Living Well Homes team is pleased to uphold these core values:

 I     Improve your knowledge and skills everyday

M    Make a difference; forge personal connections

P     Proactivity rather than reactivity

A     Ask questions to serve the client better

C     Creative thinking and attention to detail are keys to success

T     Teamwork makes things happen

 

Working at Living Well Homes, you will join a dynamic team of individuals who love what they do: provide quality service and a welcoming environment for all of our residents.

To apply to one of our current job openings or be considered for future career opportunities, download and complete our employment application, and email it to careers@livingwellhomes.com!

On-property positions include:

  • Assistant Manager

    Job Description

    (40 Hours/Week) 

    The Assistant Manager has a keen sense of business administration and is a natural organizer. Along with facilitating community operations, the Assistant Manager is responsible for the community’s accounting and regular reporting. In addition, the Assistant Manager will assume all managerial duties in the event of the Community Manager’s absence.  Answering directly to the Community Manager and Regional Director as well as members of the Executive Team, the Assistant Manager will conduct all business in accordance with Living Well Homes’ policies and procedures, Fair Housing, Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other Federal and State laws.

    As the Assistant Manager, your tasks will involve:

    • Processing accounts payable and accounts receivable, using the company accounting software
    • Preparing bank deposit batches using Cash-Pro scanner and other bookkeeping duties
    • Database management, data entry, and relevant data analysis as required
    • Reporting all community incidents to the Regional Director and Head Office (e.g. safety issues)
    • Giving a personalized tour of the community, pitching features and benefits
    • Tracking prospect leads and completing relevant reports and guest cards
    • Facilitating rental applications, credit checks, payments, and updating availability reporting, in coordination with the Community Manager
    • Coordinating new move-ins (ensuring apartment preparation, appropriate paperwork, etc.)
    • Orienting new residents to the community
    • Monitoring and coordinating renewals
    • Following up on all maintenance repairs and ensuring resident satisfaction
    • Providing general clerical assistance to community office
    • Maintaining a professional and friendly customer-centric atmosphere
    • Inspecting the community, model apartment(s), and vacant apartments for cleanliness, and reporting any service needs to maintenance staff
    • Corresponding with residents and prospects (via phone, e-mail, mail), ensuring proper follow-up
    • Disseminating information to residents (i.e. memos, door hangers, flyers, etc.)
    • Attending team meetings, training sessions, and conference calls
    • Coordinating outreach events (on and off property) and cross-promotional activities involving nearby businesses, organizations, etc.
    • The role of the Assistant Manager may vary per property, depending on the administrative needs of the community

    Qualifications

    • Outgoing, personable, and adaptable  with a strong work ethic
    • Superior organizational skills, accuracy and attention to detail
    • Background in accounting, bookkeeping,  or office administration with a proven track record for problem solving
    • Positive attitude and a team player
    • Excellent English language skills; Spanish a major asset
    • Intermediate or advanced computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and experience with database software and accounting software
    • College or trade school diploma, or equivalent experience
    • Minimum two years of  apartment community experience
    • Available to work a flexible workweek schedule, including weekends
    • Posses or willing to obtain Fair Housing and OSHA Certifications
  • Community Manager

    Job Description

    (40 Hours/Week) 

    The Community Manager spearheads and oversees all community operations. It is their role to effectively manage and coordinate both the administration and maintenance staff, as well as train the assistant manager to assume all managerial duties in the event of the Community Manager’s absence.  Maximizing occupancy levels, maintaining community values, and responding to residents’ concerns are also prime responsibilities of the Community Manager. Reporting directly to the Regional Director as well as members of the Executive Team, the Community Manager will conduct all business in accordance with Living Well Homes’ policies and procedures, Fair Housing, Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other Federal and State laws.

    As the Community Manager, your tasks will involve:

    • Hiring, training, supervising, scheduling, and motivating all on-property staff
    • Performing staff performance reviews, monitoring timesheets as well as other human resources functions
    • Reinforcing and educating staff about company policies and procedures
    • Reporting all community incidents to the Regional Director and Head Office (e.g. safety issues)
    • Budgeting duties, including monitoring spending and suggesting an annual operations budget for the upcoming year
    • Overseeing, updating, and approving leases, report, contracts, notices, memos, files, and related community paperwork
    • Ensuring that rents are collected, recorded, and deposited efficiently and in a timely manner
    • Mediating, problem solving, and other resident relations troubleshooting; performing evictions, as needed
    • Liaising with vendors/contracted workers regarding scheduling, billing, related paperwork and work order follow-up
    • Recommending rental rates based on local market conditions and trends
    • Maintaining a professional and friendly customer-centric atmosphere
    • Inspecting the community, model apartment(s), and vacant apartments for cleanliness, and reporting any service needs to maintenance staff
    • Giving a personalized tour of the community, pitching features and benefits
    • Corresponding with residents and prospects (via phone, e-mail, mail), ensuring proper follow-up
    • Attending team meetings, training sessions, and conference calls
    • Coordinating outreach events (on and off property) and cross-promotional activities involving nearby businesses, organizations, etc. 

    Qualifications

    • Outgoing, personable, and adaptable  with a strong work ethic
    • Superior organizational and human relations skills
    • Background in customer service, sales, or administration with proven track record for problem solving
    • Positive attitude and a team player
    • Excellent English language skills; Spanish a major asset
    • Intermediate or advanced computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.); experience with database software is a plus
    • College or trade school diploma, or equivalent experience
    • Minimum three years of apartment community experience
    • Available to work a flexible workweek schedule, including weekends
    • Posses or willing to obtain Fair Housing and OSHA Certifications
  • Leasing Consultant

    Job Description

    (40 Hours/Week) 

    The Leasing Consultant is the community’s sales representative whose primary duties are to greet clients, to present the features and benefits of their community in a professional manner, and to secure lease agreements from qualified prospects. This position requires a very service-oriented individual with excellent customer service skills. Reporting directly to the Community Manager, the Leasing Consultant will conduct all business in accordance with Living Well Homes’ policies and procedures, Fair Housing, Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other Federal and State laws.

    As the Leasing Consultant, your tasks will involve:

    • Greeting, qualifying, surveying, and determining the needs/preferences of prospective residents
    • Giving a personalized tour of the community, pitching features and benefits.
    • Maintaining a professional, friendly, and clean community atmosphere, including inspecting the grounds, model apartment(s), and vacant apartments for cleanliness, and reporting any service needs to maintenance staff
    • Corresponding with residents and prospects (via phone, e-mail, mail), ensuring proper follow-up
    • Completing all leasing applications, verifications, and related paperwork with the utmost accuracy as well as collecting rents and deposits
    • Coordinating all lease renewals, proactively sending letters and scheduling appointments with residents
    • Assisting in preparation, completion, and filing of regular reports, surveys, inventories, leases and other paperwork
    • Updating online advertising to reflect current market pricing and researching local market conditions and trends
    • Attending team meetings, training session, and conference calls
    • Coordinating outreach events (on and off property) and cross-promotional activities involving nearby businesses, organizations, etc. 

    Qualifications

    • Outgoing, personable, and adaptable  with superior customer service skills
    • Background in customer service with strong knowledge of sales techniques
    • Positive attitude and a team player
    • Excellent English language skills; Spanish an asset
    • Basic to intermediate computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.); experience with database software is a plus
    • College or trade school diploma, or equivalent experience
    • Minimum one year of apartment community experience
    • Available to work a flexible workweek schedule, including weekends
    • Posses or willing to obtain Fair Housing and OSHA Certifications
  • Maintenance Supervisor

    Job Description

    (40 Hours/Week) 

    The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for maintaining the physical integrity of the community, insuring a clean and well-maintained environment for residents, visitors and staff. Reporting directly to the Community Manager as well as to members of the Executive Team, the Maintenance Supervisor will conduct all business in accordance with Living Well Homes’ policies and procedures, Fair Housing, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Americans with Disabilities Act, Hazard Communication, United States Environmental Protection Agency, and all other Federal and State laws.

    As the Maintenance Supervisor, your tasks will involve, but are not limited to:

    • Anticipating, identifying and correcting any and all maintenance problems involving the property and implementing preventative measures to prevent such problems.
    • Diagnosing and performing maintenance tasks and delegating to Maintenance Technicians.
    • Overseeing and inspecting work performed by Maintenance Technicians.
    • Upholding an organized system for receiving, prioritizing and executing resident service requests, with the goal of fulfilling these requests within 24 hours
    • Keeping accurate records regarding general maintenance, renovations, service requests, material safety data, expenditures, and apartment make-ready status.
    • Ensuring safety throughout the community, immediately rectifying hazardous conditions
    • Enforcing a “safety first” attitude among all staff, educating the team about relevant safety standards during regular meetings as well as keeping up to date.
    • Inspecting all equipment and tools regularly. Scheduling and/or performing routine maintenance on all appropriate equipment.
    • Maintaining safe working conditions and leading by example by wearing appropriate safety gear 

    Qualifications:

    • Minimum of three years of experience in property maintenance or equivalent field
    • Knowledgeable and skilled in the safe use of:
      • Hand Tools: wrenches, hammers, grips, saws, sledgehammers, snips, posthole diggers, etc.
      • Power Tools: grinders, sanders, drills, saws, etc.
      • User-Moved Aids: wheelbarrows, dollies, hand trucks, hoists, jacks, full ladders, double ladders, etc.
      • Mechanical Equipment: motors, pumps, compressors, leaf blowers, augers, etc.
      • Measuring Devices: Calipers, voltmeters, ohmmeters, testing meters, PH tests, gauges, etc.
    • Available to work on weekends as circumstances warrant and on-call on a rotating basis for emergencies
  • Maintenance Technician

    Job Description 

    The Maintenance Technician is responsible for maintaining property buildings and grounds in a supportive role, insuring a clean and well-maintained environment for residents, visitors and staff. Reporting directly to the Maintenance Supervisor as well as to the Community Manager, the Maintenance Technician will conduct all business in accordance with Living Well Homes’ policies and procedures, Fair Housing, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Americans with Disabilities Act, Hazard Communication, United States Environmental Protection Agency, and all other Federal and State laws.

    As the Maintenance Technician, your tasks will involve, but are not limited to:

    • Conducting daily repairs, renovations, landscaping, general upkeep and overall cleanliness of the property
    • Preparing vacant apartments for occupancy
    • Caring for, cleaning and keeping an inventory of all related maintenance tools, supplies, and equipment
    • Reporting any unusual or extraordinary on-property circumstances affecting safety, resident satisfaction, etc.
    • Maintaining safe working conditions and using appropriate safety gear when performing maintenance duties 

    Qualifications:

    • One to three months of experience in property maintenance or equivalent field
    • Knowledgeable and skilled in the safe use of:
      • Hand Tools: wrenches, hammers, grips, saws, sledgehammers, snips, posthole diggers, etc.
      • Power Tools: grinders, sanders, drills, saws, etc.
      • User-Moved Aids: wheelbarrows, dollies, hand trucks, hoists, jacks, full ladders, double ladders, etc.
      • Mechanical Equipment: motors, pumps, compressors, leaf blowers, augers, etc.
      • Measuring Devices: Calipers, voltmeters, ohmmeters, testing meters, PH tests, gauges, etc.

    Work Hours:

    • 40 hours per week. Weekends as circumstances warrant; on-call on a rotating basis and for emergencies.