Intern for Property Management, People’s Emergency Center
Posted by on May 14, 2012
People’s Emergency Center (PEC) nurtures families, strengthens neighborhoods, and drives change. We are committed to increasing equity and opportunity throughout our entire community. We provide comprehensive supportive services to homeless women and their children, revitalize our West Philadelphia neighborhood, and advocate for social justice.
Our Property Management department is currently seeking two summer interns. Will report to PEC’s Vice President of Property Management.
Intern for Property Management:
We are installing the Yardi Voyager software property management program to create an electronic system that tracks work orders, centralizes leasing, and controls inventory. We need assistance setting up the system with current data on leasing, work orders, and inventory. This includes computer skills to input lease information and open work orders, set up the locations and apartments into the system, set up the techs and custodial staff building assignments, coordinate with finance to input cost centers and expense GL categories, the ability to make a list of the physical inventory and then input it into the system. Once the system is set up, assist in the training of residential staff on how to input work orders and run reports.
Intern to create a Central Document File and assist the PM office and IT department:
We need housing documents, such as; HAP contracts, vendor contracts, certificates of insurance, restrictive covenants, list of properties and units, lease package of forms, maintenance and property management schedules, etc., updated and placed on the E-Library server to give everyone access to this information. Also, the property management office needs a calendar set up to track expiration dates of contracts, renewal dates for licenses, date of inspections, etc. Our IT department needs assistance in setting up computers, loading software, and connecting staff to the systems.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Programs and good computer skills.
• Excellent organizational, self-direction and time management skills.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including strong presentation skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
Hours: To be determined with supervisor. College credit available.
Location: 325 N. 39th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Meredith Pollock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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