The successful candidate will be flexible, organized, with strong communication skills, and solid computer skills including Excel. The BOM/MIC coordinates, develops, and maintains compliance in the areas of asset management and tenant certification/move-in.
He/she ensures that the above systems are accurate, efficient, and in accordance with regulatory agencies. The Move-in Coordinator is also well versed in the marketing/sales and business office components.
The successful candidate will assists residents/families in rental application process and ensures completeness. Completes third party income verifications.
Conducts lease signing process with residents/families. Maintains documentation for resident Tax Credit files. Coordinates and completes yearly recertification process.
Provides Administrator with ongoing reports. Ensures and tracks income verification confirmation from Gardant. Collects Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and LINK cards upon admission and as necessary.
Schedules move-in date in collaboration with the Management Team. Ensures apartment readiness, issues keys/call system, orientates resident to facility.
Must be 18 years old or older and a high school graduate. Prior experience in tax credit housing, marketing/sales activities and/or bookkeeping for the senior population is preferred.
Valid driver's license and satisfactory driving record in accordance with the insurance carrier. A sincere interest and desire to work with a senior population; motivation and ability to work with a team; ability to motivate people; ability to effectively communicate with staff, residents, families, and State surveyor agents; ability to work varied hours, ability to problem-solve and utilize resources. Long-term care and Medicaid experience preferred. 2 years as Business Office Manager with 2 years accounting experience desired.