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We are a professional property services provider seeking professional, positive, energetic, team members who are ready to make a difference each day! If that’s you, please see our openings below, we would love to have you join our ever growing team!

Open Positions

Explore career opportunities below. Send resume and contact information to Mike Krepps at Mkrepps@bps-pa.com

Client Services Manager

Brick Property Services, LLC is currently seeking an outgoing individual with excellent management skills
to join us in Lebanon County, PA. This individual will be responsible for the overall success of day-to-day
operations within the Client Services Division which serves the clients of the Lebanon County Housing
Authority, Brick Property Services and Nonprofit Developments. The ideal candidate will be well
organized, self-motivated, energetic, outgoing, and have a positive attitude.

Duties include:
-Manages and efficiently administers the Public Housing, Section 8 Voucher, Low Income Housing
Tax Credit, Market Rate and other Housing Programs within the policies and regulations set
forth by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and Brick Property Services.
-Responsible for development, update and compliance of all rental assistance program policies
and procedures including the Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher
Administrative Plans.
-Supervises the Client Services Division staff, including hiring recommendations and training.
Oversees daily operations of the Department, including but not limited to staffing, assignments,
caseloads, reporting, and compliance.
-Responsible for administration of agency waiting lists for all tenant based rental assistance
programs
-Counsels prospective tenants and rental property owners regarding the requirements of the
Programs; responsible for and overseeing Program outreach to public and other agencies.
-Supervises the interviewing of applicants for the programs to determine eligibility and
determines pool of applicants to maintain program lease-up requirements.
-Maintains a quality control system of the Department’s files, including calculations,
documentation and procedures.
-Responsible for Departmental performance assessments on both program and personnel level.
Assists in the preparation of SEMAP
-Responsible for data collection to assess overall program performance, identify poor performing
areas, assess staff performance, and development of Program or Performance Improvement
Plans.
-Maintains files, lists and logs necessary to efficiently administer the programs, comply with HUD
requirements, and maintain a 97% lease-up rate.
-Supervises the inspection of existing rental units to determine if they qualify for the Section 8
Programs according to guidelines of the regulating agencies of the government, including quality
control.
-Prepares and submits periodic and special reports as required by regulating agencies of
government
-Responds to inquiries concerning the Housing Programs, including public speaking
engagements, if requested.
-Calculates annual utility allowances.
-Prepares and submits the Annual Performance Reports for the programs as required.
-Makes recommendations regarding policy revisions, prepares Board resolutions for those
changes and amends the Administrative Plan as necessary.
-Provides leadership to diversified staff while promoting collaborative teamwork.
-Maintains a system to assure accurate and current data is entered into the computer system.
-Interviews and processes eligible households for rental assistance and affordable housing
programs. Processes the applications and information received from these families and
determines their eligibility for the program.
-Verifies income, assets, medical or unusual expenses and assisted dwelling information; enters
data into computer generating rent, utility allowance and escrow calculations.
-Prepares necessary forms and secures signatures to finalize agreements between clients, and
the owner/management company.
-Performs annual reexaminations as well as computing any interim rent changes. Assists
participants to complete and sign all papers related to beginning housing assistance, interims,
and annual recertifications, explaining in terms the client understands to ensure compliance with
program rules.
-Travel throughout Lebanon County to perform other job functions at assigned offices.
-Establishes, maintains, and updates various logs and books related to the orderly maintenance of
records. Ensures all computer records of all clients are accurate and current. Promptly and
accurately maintains all file documentation.
-Prepares monthly and annual reports and attends meetings as necessary.
-Maintains waiting list; conducts marketing and outreach when the list is low.
-Fosters a positive relationship with clients and management.
-Audits client files for compliance with HUD and other regulations.
-Maintains professional demeanor at all times.
-Performs other related essential duties and tasks as assigned.

Qualifications:
-Three years of experience in supervising associated with the management of multi-family
residential subsidized or affordable housing communities or programs administered by a public
housing authority or comparable (low-income) property management agency.
-Knowledge of the principles and methods of administration and supervision.
-Ability to learn current federal, state, and local legislation and regulations affecting the
operations and programs of the Housing Authority. Familiarity or experience with RAD (Rental
Assistance Demonstration)
-Ability to plan, organize and direct the work of all staff employees involved in clerical and
program related services.
-Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, government
officials, and the public.
-Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in business writing.
-Ability to use the computer, other office equipment, and a variety of software to efficiently
perform responsibilities.
-Experience and education must demonstrate meticulous attention to detail with the ability to
outline, organize and establish priorities for work and maintain productivity.
-Must possess strong math and organizational skills
-Bilingual Spanish a plus
Certificate, Licenses and Registration:
Salary Range $44,000 to $64,000

Send Resume and contact information to Mike Krepps at Mkrepps@bps-pa.com

Management Assistant

Brick Property Services, LLC is currently seeking an outgoing individual with excellent property
management and customer service skills to join us in Lebanon County, PA. Under the direction of the
Senior Property Manager, this individual will be responsible for the overall success of day-to-day
operations and management of the property which consists of 265 family units. The ideal candidate will
be well organized, self-motivated, energetic, outgoing, and have a positive attitude.

Duties Include:
-Responsible for a variety of duties and to make independent decisions on a daily basis,
addressing the best way to handle specific tasks
-Verifies income, assets, medical or unusual expenses and assisted dwelling information; enters
data into computer generating rent, utility allowance and escrow calculations.
-Prepares necessary forms and secures signatures to finalize agreements between clients, and
the owner/management company.
-Assists participants to complete and sign all papers related to beginning housing assistance,
interims, and annual recertifications, explaining in terms the client understands to ensure
compliance with program rules.
-Assists tenants with issues; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
-Implements company policy within the project.
-Executes contracts for insurance, materials, supplies and equipment.
-Makes regular and special inspection tours of the project including, move-out, move-in, annual
and housekeeping inspections.
-Interviews tenants who are delinquent in rent payment or who have other serious problems.
-Completes required data entry and documentation related to move-in and
move-out processes.
-Assists in orientation of new residents.
-Travel throughout Lebanon County to perform other job functions at assigned offices.
-Establishes, maintains, and updates various logs and books related to the orderly maintenance of
records. Ensures all computer records of all clients are accurate and current. Promptly and
accurately maintains all file documentation.
-Read and analyze incoming memos, mail, submissions and reports to determine their
significance and plan their distribution
-Processes monthly rental statements
-Fosters a positive relationship with clients and management.
-Audits client files for compliance with HUD and other regulations.
-Maintains professional demeanor at all times.
-Performs other related essential duties and tasks as assigned.
Competencies Include:
-Problem Solving – Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers
and analyzes information skillfully; Develops alternative solutions; Uses reason
even when dealing with emotional topics.
-Customer Service – Manages difficult or emotional customer situations. Must be
able to interact positively with senior citizens, persons with handicaps, disabilities
and other challenges. Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer
feedback to improve service; Responds to requests for service and assistance;
Meets commitments.
-Interpersonal Skills – Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; Maintains
confidentiality; Listens to others without interrupting.
-Oral Communication – Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative
situations; Listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions.
-Written Communication – Writes clearly and informatively.
-Teamwork – Exhibits objectivity and openness to others’ views.
-Cost Consciousness – Works within approved budget; Develops and implements
cost saving measures.
-Diversity – Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences and for persons
with infirmities and mental/physical disabilities.
-Ethics – Treats people with respect.
-Organizational Support – Follows policies and procedures.
-Independent work – Must have the ability to work independently with supervision
provided from a remote location.

Qualifications:
-Proficient in Excel and Word
-Experience in performing Annual/Interim Certification for LIHTC or HUD and processing third
party verification preferred
-Knowledgeable of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations and the
ability to interpret these regulations
-Experience and education must demonstrate meticulous attention to detail with the ability to
outline, organize and establish priorities for work and maintain productivity.
-Must possess strong math and organizational skills
-Timeliness in meeting deadlines is essential
-High school diploma; associate’s or bachelor’s degree a plus
-Bilingual Spanish a plus

Salary range $34,000 to $42,000

To apply, email resumes to: mkrepps@bps-pa.com

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Perks & Benefits

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Competitive Salary

Market competitive wages, annual increases

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Retirement Savings Plan

Company pension offered with competitive contributions.

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Paid Holidays

11 Paid Holidays per calendar year.

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Health & Dental

Health, Vision, Dental, insurance offered at market comparative rates.

Paid Vacation

Competitive paid time off per calendar year

Other Benefits

Jury Duty Leave, Life Insurance, Military leave, Long Term Disability