Leasing Specialist

Management Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio


We are currently seeking a qualified experience Leasing Specialist at Villages at Roll Hill & Glen Meadows in Cincinnati, OH. The pay range for this position is $16 - $20/hour.

Wallick Communities gives low-income families, single parents, and senior citizens a place called “home” – thanks to five decades of experience in developing, building, managing and overseeing affordable multi-family housing and assisted-living communities across the mid-west.

• 55 years serving our communities

• 24,000+ residents call our community’s home

• 9 states and growing

• 1000+ associates

• 92% associate engagement score

Wallick Mission: Opening doors to homes, opportunity, and hope.

Wallick Values: Our Values flow directly from our Mission and set the expectation for how all associates work together. These values are:

• Care

• Character

• Collaboration

Working at Wallick Communities:

Diversity, equity, inclusion, plus belonging. Four impactful words. One powerful and transformative journey. Here at Wallick, we know that when we invest in the equity of each group, all groups benefit. It’s not about one person, one idea, nor any one action. It’s about what we can accomplish together. Join us and work towards creating an inclusive and diverse workforce experience at Wallick.

The work - How you will contribute: In accordance with the Wallick Mission and Values, the Occupancy Specialist will maintain acceptable occupancy levels for Section 8, Tax Credit, rural development, and market rate communities.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

Process applications in accordance with wait list process.
Pre-qualify potential residents for communities within the district.
Ensure the recertification process is completed in a timely manner.
Ensure move-in, occupied and annual inspections are completed in a timely manner.
Ensure acceptable levels of occupancy (98% occupancy for subsidized communities and 96% occupancy for all others).
Implement a marketing plan for the communities within the district.
Ensure and document compliance of the community residents within the district.
Assist with maintaining the community to Company Standards.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

About You:

- Minimum 2 years previous experience in property management experience, specifically in Tax Credit or Section 8.

- Has a valid drivers’ license.

- General understanding of applicable laws and regulations governing public housing.

- Proficiency in operating a computer and Microsoft Office Software.

- Open to various work assignments and locations.

- Can get together resources in order to accomplish tasks; and able to put information together in a useful manner

- Identifies areas of improvement; and qualifies and prioritizes response

- Able to organize and manage multiple priorities; uses his/her time effectively and efficiently; and concentrates his/her efforts on the more important priorities

- Is detail oriented, as data entry must be highly accurate.

Physical Demands: Position requires extensive sitting for extended periods of time throughout the day.  Manual dexterity needed for computer work with keyboard and mouse.  Requires talking, seeing, and hearing with reasonable accommodation.

Work Environment: Position requires work to be performed in an office setting.  Extensive use of a computer and keyboard required. Position requires travel within the district. May require travel within the district.


- Pay on demand (access your money as you earn it)

- Up to 8 weeks of Paid Parental Leave

- Paid time off, Holiday pay, and Gift of Time

- Health, Dental and Vision insurance effective within 2 weeks

- Gym membership or Fitness equipment reimbursement

- Company paid life and long-term disability insurance

- Voluntary life, short-term disability, accident, critical illness, and hospital indemnity coverage

- 401(k) with a 3.5% company match

- Tuition reimbursement

- Pet insurance

Candidates must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.