$250K — $500K+*
About our Company: The Lewis Group of Companies focuses on developing mixed-use planned communities & residential subdivisions in California & Nevada, as well as building multifamily communities, shopping centers, & office/industrial space. Strict adherence to a philosophy of quality, integrity and stability has resulted in the development of more than 56,000 homes, 11,000+ apartments and 14 million square feet of retail, office, and industrial space.
Being our Vice President of Property Management is a special opportunity. Our community management team is filled with great people who work together, supporting the ideals and goals of the Lewis family and the original founders: quality, integrity, stability. To be right for this opportunity, you will know that People are at the heart of any company mission and that is very true here at Lewis.
In your role, you will report to a member of the executive committee, with significant interaction with Company partners, and other department Vice Presidents, overseeing all aspects of property management and operations in the Lewis apartment community portfolio. The core focus of your role is increasing asset value and company profitability by executing a strategic people and business plan for each community and its staff.
You will be responsible for multiple Lewis-owned California communities, encompassing an overall 9,400-unit responsibility, with an expectation to add 500 units per year. Lewis has close to another 2,000 units in Southern and Northern Nevada.
More about your portfolio and team: Lewis does not do third-party management. We own all of our communities. Our current portfolio ranges from 62 units to 1200+ units. These are conventional, luxury Lewis-owned apartment communities located in the Inland Empire of Southern California and areas surrounding Sacramento, CA. Six Regional Property Managers will report to you, with an additional corporate office support staff of 10+.
Some of your primary responsibilities are:
-Developing your teams, coaching and counseling them as a respected and valued leader who they can emulate, learn from and grow with.
-Oversight and supervision of property operations and review of all communities with bottom line accountability for team performance, asset and portfolio management.
-Analyzing complex business/financial data and develop innovative solutions.
-Developing and implementing financial policies and procedures and approving and overseeing departmental budget.
-Ensure integration and partnership with counterparts and specialists in other Lewis departments with emphasis on internal customer service:
-Interacting and partnering with Company owners, VPs and specialists on future multi-family development projects
To be right, you should have a strong and proven concentration in:
Your additional qualifications and experience should include:
Valid through: 9/1/2020