Vacation Rental Managing Broker (Part Time)

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Part Time
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Vacation Rental Managing Broker (part-time)

Looking to put your real estate broker’s license to use without having to sell a single house? Have a background in and passion for hospitality? Love showcasing the breathtaking beauty and laidback lifestyle of Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains? We are launching a fresh, modern vacation rental property management business in early 2023 and looking for a managing broker to lead the charge. The perfect candidate will be a strategic operator with a desire to launch and grow the business while upholding our luxury standards.

Our firm’s brand will reflect the newest demographic of owners and vacationers looking for alternatives to stuffy, dark, dated cabins and stale, cliché experiences. We will differentiate ourselves from the competition by welcoming a diverse group of owners and guests to our company, curating properties that connect people to nature, equipping those homes with luxury linens and bath products, ensuring the highest standards of interior design, and curating unique experiences customized to the needs and wants of our guests. We leverage technology to create easy-to-use, safe, transparent experiences, enabling us to bring the highest levels of luxury service and deft human touch.

Vacation Rental Managing Broker Responsibilities:

· Provide white-glove service to property owners whose homes are under our management

· Ensure all guest inquiries, check-ins, stays, and check-outs are exceptional experiences

· Manage property management software data and vendor relationship; meticulously issue timely, proper payouts and reporting to property owners

· Build the business by inviting new owners to apply to have their homes managed by our company, assessing properties for brand alignment, and making recommendations as necessary to owners to bring homes up to our exceptional standards

· Hire and manage staff and vendors including but not limited to housekeeping, marketing, administrative, bookkeeping, maintenance, and lawn care

· Lead brand and reputation management activities such as press inquiries, media appearances, advertising, community relations, and social media

· Develop and maintain professional standards, policies, and procedures, ensuring all team members are trained and fully supported to follow them

· Regularly report on business activities, challenges, and opportunities to company ownership

· Network with local businesses, service providers, and community leaders to cultivate relationships that benefit our our homeowners, guests, team, and company

· Be broker of record for firm, managing all compliance related activities

Required Qualifications:

· Must maintain active Georgia Real Estate Broker’s license (not salesperson license)

· 5+ years of hospitality and/or vacation rental property management experience

· Impeccable customer service and relationship management instincts

· Strong business acumen including P&L responsibility, budget development and management, and risk management

· Technology prowess to manage reservation system and other online and collaboration tools

· Executive presence with exceptional communication skills, an inclusive decision-making approach with remarkable ability to build a shared vision

· People leadership experience with exceptional competencies in motivation, team member development and coaching, conflict resolution, and expectation and accountability management

· Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends as needed

· Driver’s license and access to reliable transportation

PAY, BENEFITS, AND OTHER PARTICULARS

Pay starts at $25/hr with additional bonus potential depending upon personal and business performance. Commission eligible for all outbound referrals on real estate sales. Additional head count will be authorized upon achievement of key business milestones. Position is benefits-eligible after 6 months of service if willing to go full time.

We will open our downtown Hiawassee office later in 2023. Until then, the position will work 100% remotely when not meeting with property owners or attending community functions. Once the office is open, some in-office time will be required.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: From $25.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance
  • Work from home

Schedule:

  • Weekend availability

Supplemental pay types:

  • Bonus pay
  • Commission pay

COVID-19 considerations:
We follow CDC guidelines to protect our team members, property owners, and guests.

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Hiawassee, GA 30546: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)

Experience:

  • Hospitality or Property Management: 5 years (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • GA Real Estate Broker License (Required)

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Hiawassee, GA 30546

 

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