Full-time Executive Director

at The Jewish Tower in Atlanta

The Jewish Tower
A Jewish Home Life Community

Summary: Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Executive Director administers and manages The Jewish Tower, including the physical, financial, and social aspects to accomplish in accordance with applicable Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations. Works with Jewish Home Life Communities (JHLC) corporate offices that provides support including but not limited to Business Office, Human Resources and Marketing. Work involves maintaining continued occupancy within the policies and procedures and consistent with policies, procedures and regulations of HUD. The Housing Manager will participate in the establishment of objectives and operating procedures concerning management and maintenance of the senior housing community. Must exercise considerable independent judgment and initiative in performing some duties of the position. Employee must also exercise tact and courtesy in frequent contact with residents, team members and the general public.


1. Undergraduate degree required.
2. Three to five years’ experience in housing management
3. Knowledge of Jewish laws and customs strongly preferred
4. HUD regulatory and housing experience strongly preferred
5. Competent in Microsoft Office WORD, EXCEL and OUTLOOK
6. Competent in establishing and adhering to budget
7. One to two years management of team members strongly preferred.


1. Acts as liaison between the administrative office and residents; responsible for professional relations with all staff, residents, other organizations and the community at large.
2. Responsible for occupancy of dwelling units. Maintain a lease up rate of 98% or greater. Schedules and executes dwelling leases, home visits, move- in orientations, move -in inspections, etc.
3. Responsible for grounds and building inspections, move -out inspections, housekeeping inspections, etc. and for generating work orders for the Maintenance Department’s follow-up.
4. Oversees the fiscal accounts and related administrative functions.
5. Responsible for budgetary performance of the community.
6. Maintain a working knowledge of and confirm compliance with all governmental regulations.
7. Responsible for prompt and full collection of all resident accounts to ensure AHA goals are met. Maintain documents pertaining to collection records. Maintain a delinquency rate of 5% or less. Monitor all activities of the assigned housing community to ensure lease enforcement.
8. Establishes and maintains individual files on residential unit residents; conducts annual and interim re-examinations of income and family composition, including interviewing residents, processing changes, verifying income/expenses/deductions, and notifying residents of changes in rent or unit eligibility. Prepare appropriate paperwork for other affected departments relative to these changes.
9. Conducts all verifications of income/expenses/deductions in accordance with HUD’s protocol
10. Calculate rents according to accepted Rental Integrity Monitoring (RIM) and/or any other regulations and guidelines established by HUD.
11. Recommends programs and/or activities that will meet the needs of the residents
12. Evaluates building and grounds for physical improvement and maintenance control; meets with residents and team members to assess needs and concerns leading toward general improvement of the community.
13. Meets with residents concerning rent collection, maintenance problems, resident complaints, lease agreements and informed grievances.
14. Interacts with community resident; attends resident council meetings; and administer grievance and complaint policies with residents.
15. Responsible for conducting general training of team members.
16. Manages all team member relations issues.
17. Other duties as assigned

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the staff member for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Supervisory Responsibility: Supervises all team members of the community

Physical Requirements: Must be able to operate a variety of office machinery including but not limited to computers, fax machines and copiers. Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds occasionally and 10 pounds frequently. Must be able to operate a motor vehicle. Light work requires walking or standing to a significant degree.

Mental Requirements: Requires the ability to communicate of different constituencies including but not limited to team member, residents, management and general community.

To apply email resume to spopowski@wbjhome.org

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