On behalf of our client, Fred Douglas Society we are conducting a search for an Executive Director of Property Management And Resident Relations to join their team located in Winnipeg, Manitoba
About Fred Douglas Society
In 1952, Dr. Fred Douglas started his mission to provide affordable housing to low income seniors. Following the initial development of a hostel and affordable apartments, the personal care home on Burrows was opened in 1972 and expanded in 1990 to meet growing demand. During the 1980s, Fred Douglas Society and Manitoba Housing partnered to create Fred Douglas Place, a life lease building on Vaughan Street which opened in 1988. With the redevelopment of four floors above the Vaughan Street YM-YWCA, Fred Douglas Heritage House, a supportive housing complex for seniors opened in 1999. In 2011, the original hostel was redeveloped into Fred Douglas Courts, an affordable housing option for seniors and in 2017, the Society assumed ownership of Saint Andrews Place, an apartment and commercial complex.
Today, the Fred Douglas Society is a leader in seniors housing, programs and services. The Fred Douglas Society property portfolio consists of 472 housing units at the following properties:
About the Executive Director of Property Management And Resident Relations
Fred Douglas Society is a non-profit, registered charitable organization. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director of Property Management And Resident Relations is responsible for overseeing the independent and life lease operations of the organization to serve its growing demand for seniors residential property. The Executive Director will implement, monitor and supervise programs, budgets, contracts, contracted services, and staff related to life lease and rental property management and maintenance operations. The Executive Director will be an experienced leader, administrator and property manager who has proven knowledge of applicable best practices including building maintenance and capital planning, marketing, tenant relations, seniors services, monthly/annual reporting and budgets, laws and regulations governing life lease and rental housing and property management practices.
The Executive Director of Property Management And Resident Relations will be building the property management function and establishing operational procedures.
Key Leadership Accountabilities
Property, Financial and Performance Management
Human Resources Management
Board of Directors Support and Stakeholder Relations
About The Education, Experience and Competency Requirements
A post secondary degree in business, real estate development, or a related field, complemented by five years working in a senior role in a property management environment with thorough knowledge of management principles, practices, and procedures, including landlord/tenant practices and laws.
We ask that individuals with an interest in further exploring this exciting opportunity contact:
Lillian Wong, Senior Manager, Executive Recruitment
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