Mobile Home Park Manager

State of California Grandmothers Club   Arroyo Grande , CA   Full-time     Management
Posted on May 12, 2022

Looking for an experienced management team, to manage a senior Mobile Home Park (MHP) in Arroyo Grande, California.
Job duties include maintaining the Office; which includes collection of monthly rent, processing of monthly reports, enforcing MHP rules and regulations, and issuing written notices of rule violations, as necessary. Must have strong communication skills, marketing skills, as well as computer knowledge and be organized. Manager must also have the ability to deal with the MHP residents in a professional manner.
Landscaping and maintenance experience is also required. Must maintain the lawns, shrubs and the grounds in the MHP. Must maintain the Clubhouse and Laundry Room. Must have some knowledge in repairing small electrical and plumbing issues. Must be available to handle after hour emergencies, and be able to prioritize projects.
Must be able to live onsite. Compensation includes a salary, housing, utilities and cell phone.













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