A Community of Friends (ACOF) develops affordable housing for

Job Announcement
Associate Asset Manager - Administration
Position Available: Immediately
A Community of Friends (ACOF) was founded in 1988 with the goal of developing housing for individuals and families with
special needs. A Community of Friends' mission is to end homelessness through the provision of quality permanent
supportive housing for people with mental illness. Through this model ACOF is able to provide housing for homeless,
disabled and very low-income persons – creating permanent, affordable housing and an environment that promotes stability.
Essential Job Functions:
The Associate Asset Manager, Administration will provide office managerial and administrative support to the department and
serve as portfolio manager for at least one property in ACOF’s portfolio. Specific responsibilities of the position include (but are
not limited to):
Develop a working knowledge of the department’s goals, policy and procedures
Conduct orientation and train site staff on ACOF processes including completion of periodic reports to ACOF
Monitor mail, log and distribute correspondence and reports.
Liaison between ACOF and property management companies’ accounting, human resource and administrative departments,
Collect and log periodic reports from management companies, review for accuracy, flag concerns that need immediate
resolution and referring or resolving as appropriate.
Maintain department calendar and monitor the department’s reporting deadlines.
Provide logistical assistance for property management trainings;
Schedule meetings for both internal and external attendees, including off-site meetings.
Completion of several annual reports and filing in such as Welfare Tax Exemptions and Property Taxes.
Applicants should have at least three to six year experience, should have experience and/or demonstrated abilities in the
following areas:
 Experience working with low income communities.
 Excellent written and oral communication skills.
 Ability to read and interpret complex documents such as regulatory agreements
 Ability to provide technical assistance on complex compliance issues in a simple straight forward manner
 Ability to work in a complex and changing organization and adapt to changes in structure and work priorities
 Advanced computer skills including database applications, Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
 Possession of a valid California driver license and access to a personal vehicle to be used to conduct ACOF business.
 Ability to meet California minimum and ACOF insurance requirements.
 Excellent math skills
Undergraduate degree or three to five years equivalent experience
The position will be filled as soon as possible. Unfortunately, we are unable to personally speak with everyone who contacts
us. Should there be a potential match to our current needs, you will be contacted for an interview.
Please send cover letter, resume and salary history to A Community of Friends,
Attn: Kinette Cager, Director of Administration.
Email AssetManagement@acof.org • Fax 213.368-0123 • Mail 3345 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1000, LA, CA 90010
An Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer