• Property Manager

    Job Locations US-CA-San Francisco
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Property Management
  • Overview

    Trinity is one of the largest residential property management firms in San Francisco.  We are the premier source of unfurnished, furnished, and corporate apartments in San Francisco.  The company has been a growing business since 1949 with thousands of residential units throughout the city.  Trinity is experiencing a dynamic stage of growth and we are looking to add new property management professionals to our team!


    As the Property Manager, you are responsible for the overall success of your apartment community.  You will be called upon as a creative problem solver, critical thinker and an inspirational mentor to your team.  You will have an impact on all of the community’s operations such as leasing, resident satisfaction, marketing, financials, maintenance; curb appeal, team building and web presence. 


    The Property Manager will have oversight of the entire staff, offering the leadership needed for success.  You will be responsible to evaluate financial reports and make great business decisions.  You will ensure the community and amenities meet the meticulous standards of your residents and Trinity leadership.  You will offer suggestions about pricing and policies to enhance your community’s performance.  You will gain a deep understanding of your and local market in order to maintain occupancy and best target advertising materials.  You will be successful and you will be recognized and rewarded for your efforts!


    • Knowledge of San Francisco rent laws
    • Must be able to take initiative and possess problem solving skills
    • Excellent customer service and computer skills
    • Outstanding written and oral communication skills
    • YARDI experience a plus
    • High school diploma, GED or equivalent
    • College degree or some college a plus
    • 3-5 years of experience in residential management or leasing management
    • CCRM or other related accreditations a plus


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