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Current Job Postings

Assistant Manager

Posted: March 18th, 2024 

Delwest Management is a mid-sized property management firm that owns and manages its own market rate and affordable multi-family apartment communities in Denver and surrounding neighborhoods. Our properties are newly constructed and offer a wide range of amenities. The company is undergoing significant growth with advancement opportunities. Delwest Management offers competitive pay, health benefits and paid time-off.

Delwest Management is seeking a full-time Assistant Manager who is well versed in property management operations. This position requires some affordable housing knowledge as this building participates in the LIHTC program.

Candidates must have at least 2 years of property management experience in apartment management. Customer service and a desire for a fast paced working environment is a must. Applicant should have the ability to navigate and problem solve somewhat difficult situations that may arise. Professional appearance and positive representation of the company are necessary. Ability to communicate professionally and thoughtfully are a must.

Assistant Managers are responsible to assist the Community Manager in the daily operations of the property including, but not limited to assisting in the oversight of building maintenance and maintenance staff with the flow of work orders, unit turns, resident relations and retention, accounting/file maintenance, property appearance, policy, and program compliance. Must be approachable, able to plan resident events which may take place after normal working hours and attendance is necessary and your time will be compensated as appropriate.

This position acts as a first line of communication with residents, vendors and housing authorities. All applicants must have knowledge in Fair Housing.

Must have the ability to work independently and be a self-starter and be able to multitask and prioritize your workload. Must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing, on the telephone and in person. Must pass pre-employment background and drug screening.

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work:

Position is full-time, Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 5:00PM (40 hours per week). Delwest Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $25.00 - $27.00 per hour

Expected hours: 40 per week


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Vision insurance

Experience level:

  • 2 years


  • Monday to Friday

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Denver, CO: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: In person



Property Manager

Posted: March 15th, 2024

Department: Property Management
Status: Full-time, On-site
FLSA Status: Salary, Exempt
Reports to:  Portfolio Manager
Number of Direct Reports:  1-4
Pay Rate:  $55,000-$65,000/year


The Property Manager leads the leasing, occupancy, maintenance, and resident services teams and implements property management best-practices and performance goals in those areas in compliance with all applicable regulations. Oversees daily/weekly/monthly procedures such as rent collection, compliance reporting, data-tracking, accounting, marketing, and management reporting. Control, monitor, and report on budget performance, collaborating on desirable corrections.

The ideal candidate will be one who can step into a leadership role on day one, genuinely enjoys challenges, has a proven track-record of great customer service skills, and is an individual inspired by setting goals and then achieving them. This position is a great fit for a candidate with a strong vision in affordable housing and development.


A. Operational Management of Properties

I. Objective: Contribute to the efficiency of our business by providing day-to-day execution of property-level operational tasks.

II. Why this matters: Archway seeks to provide safe and affordable housing for its residents. This requires a daily effort to maintain.

III. Key Results:

  • Occupancy - Ensure that residential units are kept occupied – Target: 98% Occupancy
  • Reduce Turnover – Maintaining long-term tenants is better than needing to find new ones – Target: 24 months average tenancy
  • Unit Turns – When a vacancy does occur, the unit should be ready to lease to a new tenant in a timely fashion – Target: 5 Days
  • Leasing –Make every effort to fill a vacant unit as quickly as possible – Target: Average Days-to-Lease: 21 days

B. Financial Management of Properties

I. Objective: Provide financial oversight and control of properties.

II. Why this matters: Long-term success of a property requires economic stability. Economic stability requires constant attention.

III. Key Results:

  • Review - Collaborate with accounting at monthly financial reviews – Target: Monthly
  • Rental Income – Operate the property within established budget – Target: Budgeted Income
  • Rent Receivables – Collect outstanding rent due in a timely manner – Target: Rent receivables < 5% of monthly rental income budget
  • Operational Expense – Operate the property within established budget – Target: Budgeted Operating Expense
  • Capital Expense – Execute assigned capital improvements according to budget – Target: Budgeted Capital Expense

C. Customer Service

I. Objective: Provide great customer service to our resident population.

II. Why this matters: Our residents are our customers and providing great customer service goes a long way to maintaining long-term residency and ensure stable communities.

III. Key Results:

  • Survey - Execute semi-annual Customer Satisfaction Surveys – Target: 90% satisfaction
  • Work Orders – Follow-up on work orders assigned to maintenance staff to ensure that they are resolved timely – Target: 5 days to resolve
  • Wait List Management – Maintain and communicate with individuals on the WaitList for our properties – Target: Quarterly communications

D. Compliance

I. Objective: Maintain resident records according to applicable compliance regulations and Archway standards.

II. Why this matters: Archway is legally responsible for operating according to compliance regulations and maintaining proper records of such.

III. Key Results:

  • Certification – Certify resident’s documentation at move-in – Target: 100% Compliance
  • Recertification – Recertify resident documentation annually as required – Target: 100% Compliance
  • Training – Obtain and maintain an adequate level of understanding of compliance regulation – Target: minimum of 1 certification training annually

E. Other Duties as Assigned

I. Objective: Other duties may be assigned consistent with the benefit of the property or the organization.


  • Ability to efficiently perform job responsibilities with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to speak concisely and effectively communicate.
  • Follow Archway's COVID protocols.
  • Ability to regularly tour and inspect the property grounds and units.


A. Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher in related field preferred.

B. Experience:

  • Five or more years of proven work experience as a Property Manager
  • Advanced to expert skill level in HUD Section 8 and LIHTC required
  • Professional Certifications preferred: COS, TCS, etc.
  • Proven track record supervising a small, dynamic property management team
  • Experience with HUD compliance as well as MOR, EIV, TRACS, and all program regulations
  • Experience with ResMan or similar property management software program
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work independently with minimal supervision

C. Personal Characteristics:

  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Exceptional internal and external communication skills
  • Positive attitude and approach to work
  • Bilingual Spanish is a plus


The pay range for this role begins at $55,000 per year and goes to $65,000 per year depending on experience and skill sets.

Archway is proud to offer:

  • Health and dental insurance with the company covering up to 80% of cost depending on plan selected
  • Fully paid vision, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability insurance and Basic Life/AD&D
  • 401k retirement plan with a 3% non-elective Archway contribution of the employee’s eligible annual pay
  • 13 paid holidays per year including 3 floating holidays
  • Paid sick and vacation leave, parental leave

If you would like to apply for this position, please send your resume to [email protected].

Thank you for your interest in Archway Communities!