Job Opening: On-Site Property Manager

We are seeking an on-site manager for one of the greenest apartment communities in America, a 96-unit community located in a walkable location in Fayetteville, Arkansas. A portion of the salary is allocated to an apartment located on-site; only applicants willing to live on-site and will be considered. Property management experience a must.


  •         Supervise position with authority, responsibility, and accountability to plan, implement and monitor operations, profitability, quality service, marketing and resident relations of the property, while maintaining the company investment.
  •         Utilize management skills to train, motivate & empower our associates to reach their goals and those of our property.


  •         Reports directly to the Regional Manager.
  •         Trains and supervises on-site personnel.
  •         Works with administrative division staff, other site managers, other management company employees, outside vendors and service providers.


Duties include, but are not limited to:

  •         Maintaining the physical asset
  •         Financial reporting and control
  •         Adherence to Policies and Procedures
  •         Marketing and Leasing
  •         Lease Management


 Hours are flexible and range from 30 to 45 hours a week and will include at least one Saturday per month and all Saturdays in peak season. Must be on call “24 hours.”



Experience: Presently or previously employed with management company as an assistant manager receiving satisfactory performance evaluations.

Education: Two years of college, or related business experience.

Physical Requirements: Extensive mobility and good physical condition. Must be able to perform the physical functions of the position, which may include, but are not limited to: ability to walk property, including 4 flights of stairs, to complete physical inspections, deliver resident communications, and show apartments. Be able to effectively communicate with residents, staff, supervisors, vendors, etc. Must be able to lift a minimum of 60 lbs. to facilitate vacuuming, moving office furniture and lifting of supplies.

Residency: Must meet the qualifications for residency at Eco Modern Flats, including criminal background check.

Pre-Employment Test Scores: 70% or better on Wonderlic Clerical Exam, successfully complete pre-employment psychological and basic skills exam, including interest patterns. Pass drug test.

Must have a reliable vehicle to perform various management tasks and errands, including daily bank deposits. Must have proof of liability insurance for same.

Bondable and Valid Driver’s License.


Salary includes rent for on-site apartment

Eligible for employer-sponsored health insurance after 60 days on the job.

Paid holidays

Competitive bonus structure

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to  by October 17.




We are a small, young, and agile company.  While we have several large development projects under our belt, we still have a startup mentality, and we readily adopt promising new approaches in development, property management, design, and marketing.  Our mission is to build healthy places and to connect neighbors through exceptional real estate development and property management. We do this by:

Building Better: We are a regional leader in LEED-certified multifamily communities, and we consider efficiency, beauty, and the health of building occupants and the broader community in each decision we make. Locating along trail corridors weaves our properties into the broader community.

Moving Together: We create opportunities for our team and our residents to be physically active. By the design of our properties and our philanthropic and volunteer activity, we are committed to expanding and improving pedestrian connections and bike access.

Embracing Nature:  We create indoor-outdoor connections and thoughtfully-designed outdoor spaces with native and edible plants for people to connect with each other. We use low-impact development practices and we contribute to land conservation in the Ozarks.

Sharing Food: Recognizing the primacy of food as a basic human need and as a way to bring people together, we incorporate food into our properties, including restaurants, coffee shops, and community gardens.


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