Eagle Point Management, LLC
Lewiston, Maine
Job Type
Property Name
Dominican Court


Assistant Community Manager Job Description


  • Preferred Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) and Tax Credit Specialist (An Occupancy Specialist and Customer Service position)
  • Ability to address the concerns of current and future residents in a friendly and professional manner
  • Strong organizational skills and an attention to detail
  • Strong Office skills
  • High level of computer skills are needed
  • Ability to handle a high volume of telephone calls from current and prospective residents


  • Make appointments with potential residents
  • Maintain and control confidential files and records
  • Prepare leases for occupancy and make initial computation of rent and monthly payments according to authority policy
  • Review and interview applicants for housing
  • Maintain the waiting list of applicants for housing and determine applicant eligibility
  • Experience with EIV record keeping and identifying discrepancies when found
  • Performs annual reexaminations as well as computing any interim rent changes.
  • Assists participants complete and sign all papers related to beginning housing assistance, explaining in terms they understand to insure compliance with program rules.
  • Verifies income, assets, medical or unusual expenses
  • Enters data in computer generating rent and utility allowance.

Knowledge and Skill Set:

  • Strong knowledge of LIHTC and tax credit regulatory compliance
  • Strong knowledge of HUD and affordable housing compliance
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and ability to exercise independent judgement and sound decision-making in our complex environment
  • Have the ability to thrive, manage stress and make decisions in a fast-paced environment
  • Should have attention to detail, high level of accuracy, strong sense of urgency and solid time management skills
  • Should have proven ability to work with computerized HUD and LIHTC compliance programs
  • Strong written communication and listening skills
  • Strong knowledge of HUD EIV, i.e. run monthly and quarterly reports and responsible for EIV compliance
  • Interviews and processes eligible households for rental assistance and affordable housing programs.
  • Processes the applications and information received from families and determines their eligibility.
  • Verifies income, assets, medical or unusual expenses and enters data in computer generating rent, and TTP and assistance payment.
  • Performs annual reexaminations as well as computing any interim rent changes.
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