MG Properties Group - Corporate Office

  • Assistant Manager (Floating)

    Job Locations US-CA-Lancaster
    Posted Date 4 months ago(11/7/2018 4:29 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Property Assistant Manager
  • Overview

    MG Properties Group has been actively involved in the acquisition, development, rehabilitation and management of apartment properties since 1992. MG Properties Group manages over 55 apartment communities, which consists of over 17,000 apartment homes in California, Arizona, Nevada, Washington and Oregon with a total market value of over $2 billion!


    We are looking for a dedicated, career-driven individual to join our team as a FLOATING ASSISTANT MANAGER for our Lancaster region!  


    The Assistant Manager will assist at multiple sites within the region and is responsible for assisting the Community Manager to effectively manage the property where they have been assigned. This individual may be directly responsible for maintaining daily, weekly and monthly reports, bookkeeping and accurate reporting of rents and deposits received.  In the absence of the Community Manager, the Assistant Manager will assume the role of manager and all responsibilities associated with accomplishing property objectives.

    • Income collection
    • Resident Relations
    • Marketing
    • Administrative tasks
    • Assists with leasing when necessary.


    * Must have STRONG sales and bookkeeping skills!
    * Demonstrate good decision making & attention to detail!
    * Must have at least two years property management experience!
    * Must have strong computer and administrative skills! Yardi preferred.

    * Regular travel within the Lancaster region required.

    * Must have and maintain a valid drivers license and current auto insurance. 


    MG Properties Group is committed to enriching lives.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and drug- free workplace. All individuals are encouraged to apply.




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