The ideal candidate will be a current leasing or assistant community manager who is experienced in Seattle's MFTE (Multi-Family Tax Exemption) program
This position is responsible for development, implementation and administration of the Company's varied compliance and/or sustainability policies, practices and programs. Scope of responsibilities may include legal and regulatory governance and compliance, environmental compliance, conservation and other related programs.
Team Members in this role may do any combination of responsibilities listed below, performing specialized tasks necessary for a specific focus area:
Develop, implement sustainability/compliance programs, creating presentations as needed for the appropriate client and/or operational audiences.
Conduct required testing for all elements of programs and provide supporting documentation of all results; Provide updates and recommendations on additions or modifications to advance initiatives, ensure compliance, efficiency and process improvement.
Evaluate and implement solutions to manage and report out on key metrics; Provide regular reporting for operations teams and clients (as needed).
Complete periodic audits as necessary; ensure tracking tools and processes are in place, and report compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements as needed or required.
May respond to inquiries from clients and federal and state entities regarding procedures and produce written documentation as proof of compliance.
Facilitate due diligence activities to mitigate any legal or regulatory risks; Develop and implement profiles for compliance related to government regulations.
Establish, foster and maintain relationships with external vendors and other 3rd party organizations necessary to cultivate programs that will support legal/regulatory compliance, energy and resource consumption reduction, and/or advocate sustainability to communities.
Participate in events (community, diversity, etc) on behalf of the organization and providing appropriate representation.
Depending on the position offered, regular full-time and part-time team members may be eligible to participate in a bonus program in addition to their base salary. Once eligible, team members may participate in the 401k plan. Regular, full-time team members are also offered a range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits from which to choose.
Greystar will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
National Platform with Local ExpertiseGreystar, founded in 1993, provides world-class service in the multifamily real estate business. Our innovative business model integrates the management, development and investment disciplines of the multifamily industry on both national and local levels. This unique approach and our commitment to hiring the very best multifamily professionals have resulted in record growth, making us one of the most respected and trusted multifamily real estate companies in the country.Because our business model includes both investment and service-oriented businesses, we’re able to maintain a constant presence in local markets and create value in all phases of the real estate cycle. Our national platform provides economies of scale, financial sophistication, institutional quality reporting and tremendous capital relationships, while our city offices provide local market expertise and execution.Our dedication to redefining excellence in apartment living means we’re constantly exploring innovative ideas and pioneering new ways to serve our residents and clients. The Greystar team is more than 5,300 team members strong and growing. Check out the latest opportunities.