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Job Title:         Director of Property Management – Full Time / Exempt

Reports to:      Executive Director

Overview:  NHS Property Managers LLC is seeking a Director of Property Management (Director) to lead its newest property management program.


  1. The Director of Property Management develops and maintains a pipeline of projects:

S/He develops and maintains a pipeline of property management projects, including performing or overseeing site search, site assessment, and initial feasibility analysis. Also responsible for developing short- and long-term marketing strategies to expand the Property Management Program. Attends networking events to increase the scope and reach of NHS Property Management.

  1. Oversees the quality of property management services: S/He sets expectations for the quality of property management service objectives for property management team to improve residential buildings.

  2. Conducts regular file audits and monitoring of other building systems: This includes tenant complaint and turnover processes, key protocols, etc.

  3. Supervises the day-to-day property management team, supervises staff in accordance with requirements by funders and regulatory agencies, including but not limited to New York City HPD and State of New York HCR. Ensure timely and appropriate responses to resident concerns to maintain good customer service.

  4. Creates and implements a continuous schedule for training: Training includes managing budgets, compliance with fair housing, and New York State and NYC emergency response.


  • Bachelor’s degree in related field and 5 years of property management experience or at least 5 years of property management experience.

  • Asset or Property Management professional certification.

  • The ideal candidate should have property management designations and certifications: Preferred designations are ARM, CPM, RMP, MPM, RAM, REAP (Real Estate Associate Program), or other property management designation.

  • Possesses the ability to teach property management courses and principles.

  • Extensive network of industry real estate professionals.

  • Supervisory experience.

  • Ability to work with diverse populations; communicate vision, mission, and goals through operation of portfolio; and exercise independent judgment.

  • Requires strategic view of property management, paying great attention to detail.

  • Excellent negotiating, organization and planning skills.

  • Knowledge of budgets and accounting principles.

  • Knowledge and experience with HUD, LIHTC, HOME and other program guidelines.


Closing Date: February 28, 2023

Starting Salary: $80,000 - $115,000.

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: 

Parvez Mushtaq

NHS Brooklyn CDC, Inc.

2806 Church Avenue

Brooklyn NY 11226


Job Title: Housing Counselor – Full Time / Exempt

Reports to: Director of Operations


Overview: The Housing Counselor markets and administers a comprehensive homeownership program. He/She uses his/her knowledge of the lending process to further NHS counseling activities daily. The Housing Counselor manages all aspects of the Homeownership Program and ensures that its goals and objectives are achieved, and that policies, procedures and practices are adhered to.

1. The Housing Counselor educates clients to help them with the mortgage process and assists clients through the process of obtaining a mortgage.

  • At seminars and individual counseling sessions, the Housing Counselor walks the client through the mortgage application process. He/She helps the client collect all required documents to complete a mortgage application file. He/She may refer the client to an outside agency or to another NHS department for additional counseling if needed. 

  • The Housing Counselor offers individual pre-purchase counseling. He/She explains the mortgage process from the initial application to loan closing. The Homeownership Counselor must be aware of the need for confidentiality of written and verbal communications with the clients.  

  • The Housing Counselor assists the client in understanding and obtaining pertinent information and documentation and acts as a liaison between the lending institution and the client.

  • The Housing Counselor must maintain monthly loan submittals that meet minimum goals set by his/her supervisor. 

  • The Housing Counselor provides post-purchase counseling to ensure that the client continues to meet Homeownership responsibilities to prevent foreclosures.

  • The Housing Counselor attends workshops and training and stays up-to-date on the regulations and issues impacting the home buying process. He/She conducts seminars and workshops as necessary and must be available to conduct these seminars and workshops as required by his/her supervisor.


2. The Housing Counselor manages all aspects of the Homeownership Program and ensures that its goals and objectives are achieved, and that policies, procedures and practices are adhered to.

  • The Housing Counselor ensures quality service is provided to the community. He/She monitors the Homeownership Program’s processes to assess high quality program services. He/She supervises the preparation of workshop and class curricula.

  • The Housing Counselor reviews the services provided by the Homeownership Program and evaluates its performance and effectiveness. He/She ensures that the program meets homeownership approved quantitative and qualitative performance standards set in the annual plan. He/She ensures that the management information system allows him/her to effectively track actual performance against projected performance.

3. Coordinates individual counseling sessions, lectures, classes, seminars, workshops, and club meetings pertaining to NHS Programs.

  • The Housing Counselor assists the Director to develop curricula, prepare materials and identify instructors for education classes, seminars and clubs.

  • The Housing Counselor secures space for Homeownership and insurance events and schedules lectures, classes, seminars, workshops, and club meetings.  

  • The Housing Counselor informs clients, lending institutions, NHS staff about Homeownership and insurance education initiatives. He/She disseminates information on a timely basis and maintains records of all correspondence

4. Marketing and Outreach Strategies

  • The Housing Counselor communicates with social service agencies, public officials, community and business groups, and lending institutions regularly to develop good public relations. He/She corresponds by mail, over the telephone, and in person, and makes contacts at community events.   

  • The Housing Counselor assists the Director of Operations in the design, implementation and administration of the homeownership education program. He/she helps assess the needs and implements new homeownership initiatives throughout the organization.

5. Is a network for information about affordable housing, buying, maintaining and keeping a home:

  • Stays current on the issues that are important, including leasing, credit, homeowner’s and renter’s insurance, and affordable housing.

  • Stays current on the issues of tenants in New York City

Qualifications: Degree and/or experience in real estate, mortgage products, underwriting, housing counseling, strong administrative, interpersonal, marketing, sales, and presentation skills required; proficient in the use of computer software. Bilingual is a plus. 


Starting Salary: Commensurate with experience.


Send Resume and Cover Letter to:

Eleannet Holguin, Office Administrator

NHS Brooklyn CDC, Inc.

2806 Church Avenue

Brooklyn NY 11226



2806 Church Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226


9701 Avenue L

Brooklyn, NY 11236

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