Downtown Denver, Colorado


The activities listed below are not all inclusive; however, they are indicative of the types of activities normally performed by the Assistant Property Manager/Leasing Consultant.


    • Serve as a support staff member to the Property Manager
    • Operate office equipment and software as required.
    • Answer phones, greet customers, file, and report resident service requests.
    • Manage stock of all leasing office refreshments, marketing collateral, etc.
    • Handle the entire leasing experience and process from tour to Move-in including lease related paperwork.
    • Organizes resident events for resident retention
    • Builds rapport with current and future residents
    • Marketing of available units
    • Ensure common areas, office, model path, model and market ready units are ready for showing during office hours.
    • Assist with Move-in and move-out inspections.
    • Assist with renewal process.
    • Prepare and coordinate bulk resident communication, as needed.
    • Research and data collection into applicable reporting, such as Market Surveys.
    • Handle responsibilities according to Corum’s Policies & Procedures manual.
    • Support the Property Manager in compiling data used for annual budget preparation.
    • Handle all deposits/ SODA accounts
    • Allocate all moneys and cash checks as needed/daily


    • Maintain a thorough knowledge of current Fair Housing and ADA regulations.
    • Maintain a thorough knowledge of market and local competitors.
    • Participate in continuing education programs and in-house meetings and training sessions, as approved or directed by supervisor.
    • Attend and participate in outside or in-house activities, meetings, organizations, regulatory agencies, etc., as approved or directed by supervisor.

Public Relations

    • Responsible for a positive and prompt response to requests from residents.
    • Assure problems are being solved promptly and to the mutual benefit of the resident and the property.
    • Maintain a positive image of himself/herself, the property, Corum Real Estate, and the client at all times in the community.

The Assistant Property Manager/Leasing Consultant may need to make use of their personal vehicle for work related duties; therefore, shall maintain a current driver’s license in the state of employment and shall always maintain appropriate insurance.

The Assistant Property Manager/Leasing Consultant will assume any additional duties and responsibilities as delegated by supervisor.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary Range: $18 – $20 hourly, depending on experience





Downtown Denver, Colorado


    • Participate in all types of maintenance projects including but not limited to painting (interior and exterior), stocking control and utilization of maintenance materials, performing scheduled maintenance on all equipment based on manufacturer recommendations and operating manuals, repairing concrete, masonry, roofing and fencing, when required.
    • Perform carpentry work such as fitting doors, freeing windows, replacing and building shelves, sanding and refinishing floors, replace broken glass, tile, carpet, screens, garbage disposals, fixtures, appliances, draperies and locks, perform electrical repairs on items such as appliances, fixtures, switches, outlets, circuits, etc.
    • Assist in custodial and janitorial work, including sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, emptying trash, cleaning windows, etc., in common areas and in vacancies when necessary.
    • Assist in grounds work when necessary, including grounds policing.
    • Participate in on-call emergency schedule for evening, weekend and holiday coverage.
    • Handle responsibilities according to Corum’s Policies & Procedures manual
    • Prepare vacant apartment homes for new move-in (turn) to market ready status.
    • Perform plumbing work such as cleaning stoppages, replacing fittings, etc.
    • Assist the Property Manager and Service Manager in scheduling semi-annual apartment inspections and in other areas where needed.
    • Periodically inspect all units, buildings and common areas, performing repairs and janitorial assistance as scheduled.
    • Assist in apartment follow-up inspections.
    • Make sure storage areas and entrances are locked, and adequate lighting in those areas is maintained.
    • Responsible for reporting unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the property or residents.
    • Responsible for maintaining the required property uniform and insuring a professional appearance and attitude for all service, custodial and grounds personnel at all times.
    • Responsible for courteous, efficient response at all times.


    • Knowledge regarding contracts and suppliers, their services, goods and prices
    • Knowledge regarding water and gas meter cutoffs, all apartment and fixture cutoffs, sewer clean-outs, and post a map of same.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary Range: $18 – $20 hourly, depending on experience

COVID-19 considerations:
To keep our employees safe, we have provided masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer