Job Opening:

Hope of Martin Community Development Corporation

Property Director Job Description


The Property Director is responsible for the day-to-day operation/management of the organization and reports directly to the Board of Directors of Hope of Martin CDC (organization) by providing housing and maintenance-related services which includes planning, developing, implementing, controlling, and evaluating programs and operations.

Minimum Requirements:

  1. Aware of the principles of administrative management, including budgeting techniques, office procedures, and reporting.
  2. Ability to direct, instruct and work with other agencies and organizations.
  3. Ability to organize, evaluate and present information effectively.
  4. Ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing.
  5. Must have a valid driver’s license.
  6. Must submit to and pass alcohol/drug screening and criminal background check.
  7. Must have physical abilities to sit for lengthy periods of time, climb stairs, operate keyboard equipment, and the general ability to visit property sites and field sites as needed.
  8. Must have a minimal of high school diploma with a bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field is preferred or six years of management experience in housing, or any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities as determined by the organization.


Responsibilities include:

  1. Serve as Property Director for Hope of Martin CDC by developing and implementing a comprehensive housing plan in conjunction with the Board of Directors.
  2. Comply with applicable federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing policies and updates as they occur.
  3. Participate in the development, interpretation, evaluation, and recommendation of policies, procedures, rules and regulation for the effective operation of the organization.
  4. Work with Board members to oversee construction projects during the application, implementation and completion of grants.
  5. Give a monthly report to the Board on the status of organization and properties during board meetings and when there is a need for immediate action by the Board.
  6. Implement Financial Management Policy and Procedures as outlined for the Property Director.
  7. Maintain office files according to monitoring requirements by THDA, FHLB; other funding agencies, and operation of the organization.
  8. Maintain records of tenants, including screening for qualifications based on HOME/FHLB and other program requirements as stated in their monitoring requirements and the lease.
  9. Coordinate the scheduling of routine maintenance for all units, office and grounds.
  10. Inspect and oversee repairs and maintenance of units as they occur or as reported by tenants.
  11. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, etc.
  12. Develop and distribute a newsletter at least twice a year to inform tenant of policy changes and other items of interest.
  13. May represent the organization at public meetings and conferences, and attending meetings of housing-related professional groups.
  14. May act as a “hearing officer” for owner/tenant grievances cases, rendering decisions, and directing implementation.
  15. Develop and keep media material current such as brochures, letterhead, and other information released to the public.
















Approved September 20, 2012