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Herndon VA Direct Hire Jul 17, 2024 Light Industrial & Trade Our client is a leader in managing commercial and residential properties throughout the Northern Virginia region. They have over 28 properties with a mission to provide exceptional service to their residents, commercial tenants, and support the local communities. They operate with long-term focus through consistent improvements, which extends to their employees. They offer an enjoyable, challenging atmosphere that emphasizes training and continued education with opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Commercial Porter you would be responsible for the general upkeep of tow commercial shopping centers, one site is in Herndon, VA and the other is in Reston VA. Porter will take ownership of his or her shopping center and notify management of day-to-day occurrences on site as appropriate.  This is a direct hire position with pay range of $17.00-$20.00. Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-3:30pm. Saturday- 7am-12/noon. Commercial Porter Responsibilities: Trash and debris removal throughout the property, including in trees, bushes, and landscaping. Remove any signboards or wire signs at roadside or around the center. Police all sidewalks, curbs, and lots. Monitor tenant window signage to ensure adherence to the rules and regulations of the center. Remove trash from sidewalk containers and replace bags, after lunch or as needed. Monitor dumpster areas, clean up any bags left by tenants. Notify the Property Manager of possible fines to tenants. Hose down the dumpster areas to clean if necessary. Patrol the property for graffiti and remove immediately. Clean ash urns. Sift, or replace if needed. Inform Property Manager of any unauthorized tenant banners. At the beginning and end of each day, ensure grease tank lids are closed to keep rainwater out. Make sure all utility, maintenance and roof doors are closed and locked. Note any vehicles parked overnight, for sale or commuter cars and inform Property Manager. Sweep door mats for any common area entrances. Check any common restrooms for cleanliness, supplies, lighting, and any maintenance problems every two hours. Report any deficiencies to the Property Manager. Check all pole signs, straighten any that are leaning. Check vacant spaces for leaks, water from plumbing, cleanliness, make sure they look good to show to new tenants. Walk all parking lot areas to ensure tire stops are in place and are not broken. Reposition if out of place. Re anchor. Remove if broken and report. Use weed killer to kill weeds in parking lot and sidewalk areas. Clean windowsills at storefronts for the center. Perform weekly roof inspections. Remove debris such as filters, bottles, etc. Clean debris and leaves from drains. In cold weather remove ice from drains. Check batteries on fire exit lighting of common areas. Press for 1 full minute, lights should operate continuously. Deliver inventory supplies list monthly to Property Manager and Maintenance Supervisor. Cover photocells with tape (usually located above the electric room doors). Using the parking lot lighting map check all lighting for the lot, under the canopy over sidewalk, wall packs in back, and any common interior areas. Check facades of the building for bird nests or other materials caught in signage or canopies. Replace under canopy lights or common area lights that are out or lens covers that are loose. When the weather is below 35 degrees turn on sprinkler room heaters and ensure proper operation. Verify all vacant tenants have heat and that thermostats are set to 58 degrees. As of May 1, verify all vacant tenants have working AC and that the thermostats are set to 75 degrees. Ice or snow? early start may be needed to shovel out handicap parking spaces, common area sidewalks. Place snow melt appropriately. During summer months, assist with watering plants or flowers if needed. Check under canopy lens covers and clean out bugs. Commercial Porter Requirements and Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. Specialized training and certification equivalent in specialized building trades A valid driver’s license is required. Proficiency with all the tools and equipment appropriate to job responsibilities. Ability to lift 50 pounds or more. Good oral communication and customer service skills, and the ability to use electronic communication devices. What They Offer: Health and Dental insurance Flexible Spending Program 401k Short Term and Long-Term disability Employee Assistance Program Tuition Reimbursement Paid Time Off Holidays Housing Discount for those living and working within Paid Volunteer Days Bereavement Leave “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Washington DC Contract Jul 17, 2024 Administrative / Office Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting one of the leading providers of transportation services in the DC Metropolitan area. We are searching for a Bi-lingual Administrative Assistant. You will assist with a n cost program for seniors aged 65 and older. The hourly pay rate is $17.00-$18.50. Administrative Assistant Responsibilities: Accurately enter data into the system to help seniors sign up for the program. Welcome visitors into the office. Effectively communicate program information. Ensure proper care of sensitive documents, including following procedures for mailing, handling, transmitting, and communicating these documents. Establish, maintain, and oversee the filing system and records for the department to ensure compliance with the organization’s guidelines and best practices. Prepare agendas and advisory memos to assure logistical support for assigned areas of responsibility, allowing comprehensive departmental planning. Administrative Assistant Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. One (1) - Three (3) years of experience involving clerical, operations or administrative activities. Bilingual Spanish Speaking Required. Strong Microsoft office (Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, typing) required. Must be flexible and resilient. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Attention to detail and accuracy. Professional and courteous demeanor. Familiarity with office equipment and procedures. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Pet Insurance Worker Advantage discount membership program Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Hyattsville MD Contract Jul 17, 2024 Administrative / Office Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting one of the leading providers of transportation services in the DC Metropolitan area. We are searching for a Medical Services Assistant with proven experience in customer service and strong communication. The Medical Services Assistant supports their Collection site personnel by performing direct collection observations, data entry, record holding, and more. This is an on-site position in Hyattsville, MD with a pay rate of $18.71 per hour. Medical Services Assistant Responsibilities: Maintains confidentiality of all files/records, and information specific to employees and applicants seen in the Medical Office when communicating verbally and in writing Coordinates scheduling of employees for company required medical examinations for appropriate positions in a timely manner with various divisions and departments Prepares EKG, Spirometry, and x-ray results for interpretation by the appropriate physician Ensures proper and eligible labeling of all specimens and observes all requirements of the chain of custody form Ensures that all equipment is in proper operating condition at all times and periodically makes minor adjustments, etc. in cases of malfunctioning. Medical Services Assistant Qualifications: Entry Level, One (1) year of experience in a medical office setting Experience required with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook) Educated and trained to perform both administrative and clinical skills in the medical care environment, including data entry, filing, and strong organizational skills Associate Degree in Allied Health Sciences or completion of 2 years of collegiate level work in Allied Health Sciences from an accredited institution or completion of a certified medical assistant training program Certified status or eligible at a minimal level D BAT (Breath Alcohol Testing) certification is required What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Gainesville VA Contract To Hire Jul 16, 2024 Professional - Non IT Employment Enterprises, Inc. is working with one of Northern Virginia’s top providers in the fleet industry. We are searching for an Internal Operations Specialist. You will be responsible for advancing order flow, answering questions from customers and internal staff, and removing roadblocks on orders, and more. The hourly rate is $16.00-$17.00. Internal Operations Specialist Responsibilities: Maintain operational efficiency by managing assigned records. Effectively manage direct communication with customers, both FMCs as well as their clients. Manage details of each request placing information in specific areas of the order to ensure full understanding of customer requirements. Address questions and offer solutions to customers, both internal and external, using sound judgement to resolve issues, reduce delays and enhance the customer experience. Monitor and manage team dashboard and views to complete tasks and keep orders moving. Manage processes to completion, participating in all order phases to ensure customer satisfaction. Negotiate transportation, registration and repair issues and solutions with customers. Organize daily activities to ensure completion through provided tools. Respond to emails promptly and courteously, within the industry standard of 4 hours. Provide exceptional customer service by developing professional working relationships with clients, field offices, co-workers and vendors and following all standard processes to completion. Accurately complete all assignments that management deems necessary to advance the Company’s daily business needs and operations. Demonstrate the ability to perform activities inherent to the department's responsibilities and assist when necessary to keep service delivery on track. Conform with and abide by all regulations, policies, work procedures and instructions. Demonstrate reliable and predictable attendance. Internal Operations Specialist Qualifications: Minimum of 2 years post High School education or 4 equivalent work experience. Minimum 2 years call center, or 2 years customer service or Sales experience preferred. Skills: Strong interpersonal skills. Analytical and problem-solving skills. Attention to detail and high level of accuracy. Listening skills. Proficient in verbal and written communication. What we offer: 401K retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Fairfax VA Contract Jul 16, 2024 Property Management Our client is a leader in managing commercial and residential properties throughout the Northern Virginia region. They have over 28 properties with a mission to provide exceptional service to their residents, commercial tenants, and support the local communities. They operate with long-term focus through consistent improvements, which extends to their employees. They offer an enjoyable, challenging atmosphere that emphasizes training and continued education with opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Commercial Leasing Administrator, you will be responsible for supporting the leasing and management staff by tracking new or expiring commercial/retail leases and providing critical status reports. Organizational skills and ability to multi-task will be key skills for this role. This position is in Fairfax, VA and pays $25-$30 per hour. Commercial Leasing Administrator Responsibilities: Maintain retail tenant contact database and coordinate with accounting. Prepare and revise letters of intent for leasing agents. Assist in the accurate and timely preparation of lease documentation. Establish and proofread leasing-associated documents to include proposals, memos, requests and contracts. Follow-up with tenants to ensure all leasing documents are completed and returned within specified timeframe. Coordinate receipt of signed leases and security deposits. Provide executed leasing documents to commercial staff. Develop and maintain existing & new tenant files in database; archives files as needed. Obtain credit information from tenants and administer credit checks. Update the Leasing Book when required. Request background and credit checks on perspective clients. Update brochure packages: create lease summary abstract, update Exclusive Rights book. Prepare budget analysis of actual vs. budget amount for each space, to be included in new client packet. Assist with direct mailers and marketing pieces when required. Prepare leasing status report for commission tracking. Update broker information in Outlook, send email to brokers regarding availability, update Deal Log Commissions on monthly basis. Ensure that leasing site plans are updated. Assist with lender, insurance questions Update parking tab with new tenants for Leasing meeting. Review requests for tenant allowances/prepare for payment Prepare and submit leasing package for submission to accounting. Assist in the preparation of meeting presentations for senior staff meetings and bi-weekly retail meetings. Coordinate with leasing agents, operations, construction when necessary. Add commission agreement data for inside and outside brokers to the lease status report. Create commission agreements for outside brokers, gather paperwork and prepare for payment. Code and process commercial leasing invoices for accounts payable department. Completes special projects as assigned. Commercial Leasing Administrator Requirements and Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Between 4-8 years’ experience with real estate, leasing and/or property management, and advanced written and oral communications skills.  Must be organized with great attention to detail and verification of facts. Proficient with Microsoft Office suite, specifically Excel, Word and Adobe Acrobat & Illustrator. Proven ability to deliver quality, timely work with minimal supervision.  Exceptional client service skills required.  Must have the ability to develop and maintain recordkeeping systems and procedures, to maintain confidential records and information. Must have knowledge of legal contracts procedures and documentation process. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Pet Insurance Worker Advantage discount program membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Washington DC Contract Jul 15, 2024 Administrative / Office Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting one of the leading providers of transportation services in the DC Metropolitan area. We are searching for an Administrative Assistant. You will support the branch by interacting with customers and staff, document handling, and more. This position is in Washington, DC and pays $17-$19 per hour.  Administrative Assistant Responsibilities: Interact with customers and staff using professional, courteous interpersonal skills to provide optimum services. Ensure proper care of sensitive documents, including following procedures for mailing, handling, transmitting, and communicating these documents. Establish, maintain, and oversee the filing system and records for the department to ensure compliance with Authority guidelines and best practices. Prepare agendas and advisory memos to assure logistical support for assigned areas of responsibility, allowing comprehensive departmental planning. Administrative Assistant Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. Three (3) years of experience involving clerical, operations or administrative activities. Experience required with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook). PowerPoint and medical office experience a plus. Must be flexible and resilient. Capable to perform various tasks simultaneously. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Attention to detail and accuracy. Professional and courteous demeanor. Familiarity with office equipment and procedures. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Pet Insurance Worker Advantage discount program membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law."
Washington DC Contract Jul 15, 2024 Professional - Non IT Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting one of the leading providers of transportation services in the DC Metropolitan area. We are searching for a Research Analyst to work in Washington, DC. This position pays $35-$38 per hour. Research Analyst Responsibilities: Formulates research/analysis plans and acquires internal client sign-off. Designs and/or assists in the development of questionnaires and moderator guides to ensure the necessary data is captured. Conducts in- depth data analyses using traditional and advanced methods. Authors reports containing actionable recommendations. Makes presentations and answers questions regarding findings. Oversees contractor work and ensuring the highest quality of contractor deliverables. Monitors industry statistics and follow trends in trade literature. Assists in measuring and assessing customer and employee satisfaction. Research Analyst Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Business, accounting, Finance or related field. Two years of experience in market research and/or analysis translating research concepts into strategic directions, working with qualitative research and experience analyzing quantitative datasets. Must be flexible and resilient. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Attention to detail and accuracy. Professional and courteous demeanor. Familiarity with office equipment and procedures. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Pet Insurance Worker Advantage discount program membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
McLean VA Contract Jul 11, 2024 Marketing Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing hospitality enterprises. We are searching for a Program Manager of Marketing & Loyalty to shepherd the delivery of a large-scale cross-functional global strategic program from initiation to execution and ongoing adaptation. This position is in McLean, VA paying $100-$110 per hour. Program Manager of Marketing & Loyalty Responsibilities: Build detailed multi-function and multi-phase program plans which incorporate contingency planning and project risk analysis. Act as a high-level, coordinating manager to ensure business owners and decision makers have appropriate information, decisions are made in the necessary timeframes, and project ownership is assigned to and prioritized by appropriate partner teams. Advise and guide business owners and stakeholders on managing key project achievements including defining functional specifications, establishing timelines and success criteria, leading participation in partner meetings, helping senior leadership understand and evaluate trade-offs and ensuring appropriate information flow across teams and functions. Identify strategic gaps and evaluate opportunities for new initiatives and tools to support efforts across the organization. Ensure streamlined, constructive communications about all assigned projects to all partners. Participate in selection and negotiating contractor, vendor and partnership relationships in partnership with legal and procurement teams to ensure the success of key projects. Support the design and development of change management, operating models and process solutions to ensure appropriate implementation of strategic projects. Act as an effective steward of project budgets. Lead cross-functional teams through execution of assigned projects and effectively lead projects across geographic lines. Program Manager of Marketing & Loyalty Qualifications: Seven (7)+ years’ experience in consulting or program management and delivering cross-functional projects. Experience working with Marketing Teams. A track record for driving execution and delivering results in diverse organizational environments. Travel up to 10% of the time BA/BS Bachelor's Degree preferred. Experience working with MarTech teams is preferred. PMP certification preferred. Preferred experience working across regions: Americas, EMEA and APAC Professional experience capturing and writing business requirements, test plans and communication artifacts. Experience building plans that are demonstrable in understanding critical path and task dependencies. Dedicated self-starter with working knowledge across Marketing functions. Ability to move and positively influence a group toward a common direction and vision. Proven experience leading complex initiatives including program management and business consulting skills. Ability to think conceptually, overlay appropriate decision structures and models on strategic questions and work independently. Excellent interpersonal skills, including ability to identify message points for presentations and to enthusiastically identify appropriate opportunities to share those messages with all constituent groups. Skillful ability to guide teams through high-level stakeholder communications & updates. Ability to facilitate working sessions with key partners and synthesize data with opportunities to identify strategic and tactical solutions. Thrive in a dynamic, matrixed environment. Outstanding attention to detail. Dedication and integrity. What we offer: 401K retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Worker Advantage discount membership program Pet Insurance Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Hyattsville MD Contract Jul 11, 2024 Professional - Non IT Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting one of the leading providers of transportation services in the DC Metropolitan area. We are searching for a Project Coordinator. You’ll be responsible for planning, implementing, and completing multi-discipline project management and administrative activities related to the organization’s health and wellness initiatives. This position is in Hyattsville, MD paying $32-$34 per hour. Project Coordinator Responsibilities: Develop and execute marketing materials. Maintain a calendar of events, schedule onsite fitness programs, create content, and assist with building their employee wellness program. Create resources such as guides, tip sheets, and videos to support employees' health goals. Monitor program participation and feedback to assess effectiveness and identify areas for improvement. Coordinate the scheduling and logistics of onsite fitness programs, including classes, workshops, and seminars. Assist in organizing wellness challenges, heath fares, and other special events. The role involves a mix of marketing, event coordination, content creation, and program development. Other duties as assigned. Project Coordinator Qualifications: 1-3 years of project coordination or onsite health and fitness experience or healthcare marketing. Experience required with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook). Experience in Health Fitness/Nutrition. Developing marketing materials such as drafting and proofing communications, presentations, and marketing flyers. Background in exercise science, nutrition, or a related field, with extensive experience in health and fitness is preferred. Candidate should be organized, creative, and passionate about promoting employee wellness. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Pet Insurance Worker Advantage discount program membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Washington DC Contract To Hire Jul 10, 2024 Finance / Accounting Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with one of the world’s largest scientific organizations that is a leader in providing academic and career resources, industry news, and scientific publications. We are searching for a Tax Accountant to prepare tax filings and meet deadlines, conduct research, analyses, and internal and external correspondence. You’ll be expected to set priorities, evaluate results, and make individual judgments to formulate and interpret policies or organizational practices to provide recommendations and solutions.  Tax Accountant Responsibilities: Prepare accurate and timely state and federal tax and information returns, filings for sales and use tax, foreign countries value added tax and goods, services tax, applications for business registrations, permits, and licenses. Develop and maintain complete, accurate, and organized work papers and comply with document retention practices. Prepare tax-related journal entries and perform reconciliations of tax general ledger accounts.  Understand how tax and other software applications function and post to the general ledger.  Research issues back to the source, effectively summarize findings and recommend appropriate actions. Perform research on tax issues including advanced international indirect tax issues; understand, and incorporate laws and regulations into analyses, and make recommendations on alternative treatment of issues. Perform, oversee, or review production processes; maintain critical, fundamental tax information in the tax software, including customer and product exemptions for sales tax, value-added tax, and goods and services tax purposes; participate in system upgrades and implementations, and coordinate and perform testing before and after system implementation. Plan and execute complex tasks and projects within time and/or other constraints. Review tax policies and procedures for compliance with new and existing laws and regulations, and understand and adhere to operating procedures.  Document, update, and maintain Tax policies, procedures, and processes. Identify, recommend, develop, and implement process improvements and innovative solutions.  Identify and recommend advanced technology solutions to improve processes. Provide tax support services to staff and the Society’s chapters, known as local sections, divisions, subdivisions, and regions. Prepare accurate and timely state and federal tax and information returns, filings for sales and use tax, foreign countries value added tax and goods and services tax, applications for business registrations, permits, and licenses. Develop and maintain complete, accurate, and organized work papers and comply with document retention practices. Tax Accountant A minimum of seven (7) years of accounting and tax experience with emphasis on federal and state corporate, income, property, sales and use taxes, value added tax, goods and services tax and/or unclaimed property reporting, and research, with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting; or five (5) years of related experience and a Master’s degree and/or a CPA certification. Previous experience working with a multinational and/or NON- Profit experience preferred. Demonstrated experience performing research on domestic and international tax issues. Ability to understand and execute research projects utilizing tax research software and ability to apply computer technology in new ways desired. Successful problem solving and analytical skills and ability to perform under time pressures and meet deadlines.  Ability to work independently with minimum supervision and handle multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously in a fast-paced environment with energetic positive attitude. Excellent customer interface skills and ability to effectively communicate with all staff and others outside the ACS. Excellent work paper techniques and providing clear audit trail. Strong and advanced computer skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook; strong knowledge of PeopleSoft and NVISION; Vertex sales and use tax and value added tax systems preferred.  What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Worker Advantage discount program membership Pet Insurance Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Hyattsville MD Contract Jul 9, 2024 Professional - Non IT Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting one of the leading providers of transportation services in the DC Metropolitan area. We are searching for a Project Coordinator. You’ll be responsible for planning, implementing, and completing multi-discipline project management and administrative activities. This position is in Hyattsville, MD paying $30-$34 per hour. Project Coordinator Responsibilities: Plan, project management, data analysis report preparation, records management, and other project coordinator duties as assigned. Responsible for planning, implementing, and completing complex multi-discipline administrative activities related to managing corporate projects. Duties include planning, report preparation, data analysis and records maintenance. Duties as assigned. Project Coordinator Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Business Administration, or related field. One (1) year of experience in scheduling and coordinating projects in a transit or maintenance environment; monitoring/controlling all phases of contracts, work schedule administration and managing budgets. Experience supporting high profile municipal projects serving local jurisdictions. Extraordinary customer service and verbal communication skills. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Warrenton VA Contract Jul 5, 2024 Finance / Accounting Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with a national financial company that has been providing groundbreaking commercial lending solutions for over 30 years. We are searching for a highly motivated Custodial Accounting Analyst to join the Custodial Accounting department. You will assist the department with bank reconciliations and cash management functions.  This position is in Warrenton, VA paying $22-$25 per hour. Custodial Accounting Analyst Responsibilities: Initiate wire, transfers, and ACH transactions. Utilize on-line banking websites to obtain balance reports. Confirm that all daily wires, transfers, and ACH are processed. Reconcile bank accounts and ledgers utilizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central (BC). Prepare supporting documentation for internal and external audits. Assist in the preparation of regularly scheduled reports. Provide general administrative and clerical support including monitoring check log, mailing, and scanning documents. Perform other miscellaneous duties as assigned. Custodial Accounting Analyst Qualifications: Minimum three years’ experience in accounting or banking operations. Associate’s degree or higher in accounting or business management preferred. Loan Servicing experience is a plus. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word. Analytical and organizational skills with a focus on meeting deadlines. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and work in a fast-paced environment. Self-starter, dedicated and professional. Excellent communication skills. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance Working Advantage Membership Pet Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Arlington VA Contract Jul 2, 2024 Healthcare & Social Services Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with a government entity that supplies a variety of funds for services and programs in our local area. We are searching for a Clinical Case Manager to provide direct services to offender populations by accurately assessing need for program (intake), delivering the services (orientation and groups), and ensuring an individualized and holistic response. This is a hybrid position in Arlington, VA and pays $25-$30 per hour. Clinical Case Manager Responsibilities: Support successful onboarding of new clients by performing client intakes and risk assessments; Conduct ongoing and accurate risk assessments and makes recommendations to supervisor re: safety plans and interventions with the victims of those court-ordered into the program (domestic violence survivors); Oversee completion of group notes and monthly status reports; Support the quality assurance of psychoeducational groups by (co)leading, gender segregated psycho-educational classes for 3-10 court ordered participants; Lead a voluntary psychoeducational group for participants who have graduated from the program; Provide one-on-one therapeutic interventions. Make recommendations to supervisor re:  diagnosis, and treatment planning, as needed for clients needing additional support or coordination of services. With program coordinator support, evaluate individualized goal attainment and ensure appropriate levels of support; Complete all necessary trainings and follow the policies and guidelines of the program; Participate in case staffing and supervision meeting for clinical review and case management as needed; Assist participants with accessing other resources by providing them with information on available resources and services and making needed referrals; Review and maintain written and computer files, including maintaining data entry in client databases; Document all client interactions timely manner utilizing Partner/SHIFT databases; and Adhere to DHS-CSB policies related to clinical documentation standards and all funding and regulatory requirements for documentation. Clinical Case Manager Qualifications: Master’s Degree in a clinical mental health discipline such as Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology (Licensed Clinical Social Worker is preferred). At least one year of experience working in the field of domestic or intimate partner violence. Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred. Experience in facilitating mental health or support groups. Exceptional organization and communication skills. The ability to work both independently and as part of a team. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance Working Advantage Membership Pet Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Woodbridge VA Contract Jul 2, 2024 Administrative / Office Employment Enterprises, Inc. is supporting one of the largest counties in Virginia who is seeking an Administrative Assistant with proven experience in clerical/administrative support. This position is in Woodbridge, VA paying $14 per hour. Administrative Assistant Responsibilities: Answer phones and welcome the visitors to the office. Store, retrieve, and integrate information for distribution among the clients and employees. Prepare meeting agendas and reserve conference rooms. Coordinate the various activities for the Department's smooth functioning. Filing documents. Complete mail merges. Administrative Assistant Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent 2-3 years of office experience Strong Microsoft office (Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, typing) Must be flexible and resilient Capable to perform various tasks simultaneously Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Attention to detail and accuracy. Professional and courteous demeanor Familiarity with office equipment and procedures What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Worker Advantage discount membership program Pet Insurance Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law."
Falls Church VA Direct Hire Jul 1, 2024 Property Management Our client is a leader in managing commercial and residential properties throughout the Northern Virginia region. They have over 28 properties with a mission to provide exceptional service to their residents, commercial tenants, and support the local communities. They operate with long-term focus through consistent improvements, which extends to their employees. They offer an enjoyable, challenging atmosphere that emphasizes training and continued education with opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Maintenance Tech you will be responsible for addressing an array of apartment and property maintenance duties as specified by the maintenance supervisor and/or property manager, and for maintaining the highest standards in customer service and curb appeal of the assigned property. On occasion will be asked to assist with the distribution of management notices and informational flyers to residents. Occasional assistance with resident functions. This is a direct hire position with an hourly pay rate is $26.00-$28.00. Maintenance Tech Responsibilities: Perform general carpentry duties such as wallboard repair, countertop/cabinet replacement, finish carpentry, window/glass repair, door/lock repair, and ceramic tile repair. Perform various proactive preventative maintenance including siding, painting, lighting, sprinkler, pool, golf-cart, elevator and more. Maintain work order system by verifying all orders are completed in a timely manner to company standards and the resident’s satisfaction. Inspect the property grounds, buildings, and common area amenities to maintain safety and cleanliness standards and to identify issues requiring maintenance, repair, or replacement. Assist with property emergencies, such as snow removal and/or other inclement weather emergencies, fires, and floods. Promptly communicate with maintenance leadership concerning all maintenance issues at the property. Observe and promote safety and risk management in accordance with local, federal, state, and company rules and regulations. Participate in emergency on-call/after-hours maintenance assignments; adhering to established response times and addresses emergency issues appropriately. Observe and promote safety and risk management in accordance with local, federal, state, and company rules and regulations. Promote customer satisfaction by maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and curb appeal and interacting courteously and professionally with current and potential residents at all times. Foster a positive, active, and collaborative relationship with residents, other properties, and vendors. Maintain a professional demeanor and appearance at all times and comply with prescribed uniform policy. Performs other related duties as required. Maintenance Tech Requirements and Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent is required. At least one year of experience in the property management industry or related field. Possess general maintenance and general carpentry skills. CFC certification, HVAC license and related certifications preferred. A valid driver’s license is required. Proficiency with all the tools and equipment appropriate to job responsibilities. Ability to lift 50 pounds or more. Good oral communication and customer service skills, and the ability to use electronic communication devices. Must work “on call” evenings and weekends on a rotating basis, must be able to work overtime as needed. What They Offer: Health and Dental insurance Flexible Spending Program 401k Short Term and Long-Term disability Employee Assistance Program Tuition Reimbursement Paid Time Off Holidays Housing Discount for those living and working within Paid Volunteer Days Bereavement Leave “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
McLean VA Contract Jun 28, 2024 Recruiting Employment Enterprises, Inc. is supporting a financial enterprise that has a special mission to make housing accessible and affordable for Americans across the country.  We are searching for a Recruiting Associate who has experience in helping move the recruiting process along, planning interviews and helping in many different areas. This is a hybrid position in McLean, VA and pays $28.00-$31.00 per hour. Recruiting Associate Responsibilities: Managing/coordinating interviews for non-executive candidates. Scheduling travel arrangements for candidates as needed to come onsite for interviews. Managing the background check process for all internal/external hires. Working closely with various departments across HR on ad-hoc analysis or project work as needed. May also be responsible for managing relationships with third party vendors. Recruiting Associate Qualifications : Open to recent graduates. One plus (1+) years of professional experience. Must be proficient with MS Office Suite, specifically Word and Excel. Plus if they have experience with Workday. Very strong communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills are also a must. Strong attention to detail. Able to work autonomously as well as in a team environment. Comfortable working with hiring managers and individuals at all levels. What we offer 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Worker Advantage Membership Pet Insurance Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Falls Church VA Contract Jun 24, 2024 Administrative / Office Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting a local school system that is a national leader in public education. As an Adult Education Classes Administrator, you will be responsible for scheduling for various sites and assisting the adult students. This is a full time position located in Fairfax Virginia with a hourly pay rate of $22.00. Adult Education Classes Administrator Responsibilities: The person should have an intermediate to advanced knowledge on at least one of the following health and medical areas: policy, careers, training, or education Recruitment of students for health and medical course offerings. Promoting and marketing health and medical course offerings.  Working with faculty and staff to schedule future health and medical classes at various sites throughout FCPS.  Monitoring student progress in courses and scheduling externships, assessments, patient contacts, certification testing.  Working with hospitals and agencies hosting students for externships and patient contacts. Adult Education Classes Administrator Qualifications:  High school diploma or equivalent. At least one year of experience in administrative or clerical work. Proficient in Microsoft Office and basic computer skills. Familiar with office equipment, such as scanners, printers, and fax machines. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Alexandria VA Contract Jun 24, 2024 Education Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with a school division located in Northern Virginia. We are searching for School Monitors to float in assigned schools based upon needs. The School Monitors help ensure the supervision of our students and to support their engagement in the classroom and on our school campus. You will perform a variety of non-teaching duties requiring the exercise of good judgment and the ability to get along well with all school stakeholders. This position is in Alexandria, Virginia and pays $17 per hour. School Monitor Responsibilities: Contact the school front office daily for a count/names of student attendance. Consistently supports students in all areas of the school. Contact the front office or nearest teacher for assistance on student behavior. Manage and support students while facilitating classroom instruction. May assist students with the basic operations of the laptop computers. Help manage students throughout the school day whether in the hallways or during lunch, indoor or outdoor recess, or restroom breaks. Helps students to follow school safety protocols and other duties as requested by the building principal (e.g., fire drills), under the immediate supervision of a school principal or school staff. Help students follow public health protocols, such as maintenance of physical distancing; the wearing of face coverings inside the buildings; and reporting any safety concerns to school administration for immediate resolution. School Monitor Qualifications: HS Diploma or GED. Basic ability to use computer technology equipment/tools. Able to learn and follow public health protocols (CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and VDH (Virginia Department of Public Health). Able to follow the guidance and direction of a school teacher and school principal or administrator. Must be able to have physical mobility and lift 20-lbs in order to lift books or adjust classroom furniture. Must be able to work outdoors during inclement weather conditions to monitor recess, help students to enter/exit the building, escort students to/from the bus drop off, etc. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Williamsburg VA Contract Jun 20, 2024 Administrative / Office Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with one of Virginia’s public universities providing a top-rated academic experience while being consistently recognized as one of the best values in the nation. We are searching for a Compensation Analyst to work with the department that recruits, engages and supports an exceptional and diverse workforce. This is a hybrid position in Williamsburg, VA and pays $25-$35 per hour. Compensation Analyst Responsibilities: Perform classification & compensation reviews for existing, new, and vacant positions. Provides input on compensation for new and existing employees. Participate in the completion of annual salary surveys. Compensation Analyst Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Management, or similar field; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of evaluating and classifying positions to determine appropriate classification and compensation levels. Knowledge of HR principles and practices including applicable federal/state laws and regulations governing compensation. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills with the ability to foster a collaborative HR environment. Demonstrates strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Experience using a variety of software applications to include MS Office, HRIS systems, ATS systems. HR Certifications preferred. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Worker Advantage discount program membership Credit Union Membership Pet Insurance Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Alexandria VA Contract Jun 10, 2024 Finance / Accounting Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with a government entity that provides municipal services near the nation's capital. We are searching for a Accountant/Fiscal Officer who will be responsible for executing the approved budget for the Children and Families Services Center. You will manage various grants and develop local procedures and policies for programs. You will supervise three Financial Analysts and one Accounts Clerk. This position is in Alexandria, Virginia paying $28-$31 per hour.  Fiscal Officer/Accountant Responsibilities: Responsible for executing approved budget, exercising program controls over obligations and appropriated funds' expenditures, and providing administrative oversight. Assist the Centers in developing budgets and monitoring expenses and revenues. Reviews, analyzes, edits, and consolidates budget estimates of the assigned program, ensuring budget material is accurate and consistent, examining the significant impact of policy changes on new or revised program requirements and funding decisions. Plan and participate in budget preparation and mid-year budget revisions, including budget submissions. Monitor and evaluate programs' fiscal condition, ensuring expenditures are spent within the fiscal year. Responsible for approving payment vouchers, wire transfers, purchase requisitions, deposits, and payment warrants. Conduct budgetary and financial analyses of the actual budget to determine variances; analyzes complex budget and expenditure issues; make recommendations regarding problems and provide solutions to budget issues. Conduct meetings with Program Managers and Division Directors to provide expert guidance on complex budget activities, variances, and availability of funds. Develop monthly projections, process journal voucher for expenditures and revenue, prepare the budget section of grant applications, administers grants to ensure allocated funds are expended accordingly, and prepares and submit financial reports to grantors. Approve all grant expenditure requests by following appropriate legislation and policies. Assist with negotiating contract amounts. Manage and perform regular analysis and reconciliation of both revenue and cost accounts. Prepare external and internal monthly/quarterly financial reports. Track and monitor reimbursement requests. Ensure that proper internal accounting procedures and financial reports follow Government Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Reporting (GAAFR). Develop and implement policies/procedures for the Finance unit to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and City regulations. Conduct State and City annual year-end closeout for special revenue accounts and supervises the auditing of programs. Manage staff workflow to ensure proper processing of accounts payables and accounts receivable. Ensure appropriate accounting procedures and internal controls are followed. Research and analyze accounting reports/records and review transactions posted to the accounting system. Responsible for LASER, Children's Services Act (CSA), and Lease reports and reconciliation. Review and approve payroll (Kronos) and periodic check run for support staff members. Work with Procurement to develop requests for proposals (RFPs) and purchase requisitions. Setup and analyzes the spending of encumbrances, Purchase Orders, and Requisition in the MUNIS financial system. Request and manage new organizational cost accounts for new grants. Accountant/Fiscal Officer Qualifications: Four Year College Degree Three years of experience in positions involving public administration, public financial planning, public budgeting, government accounting, electronic data processing, Procurement contracting, and personnel management; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. What we offer: Tutorial training and skill testing before placement 401K retirement plan after one year of employment Medical and dental benefits offered for employees on long term active assignments Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Working Advantage Employee Discount Program Voluntary Supplemental Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Hyattsville MD Contract Jun 5, 2024 Administrative / Office Employment Enterprises Inc. is supporting one of the leading providers of transportation services in the DC Metropolitan area. We are searching for a Data Entry Technician to work in Hyattsville, MD for $16-$18 per hour. Data Entry Technician Responsibilities: Use typing skills to enter data. Scan data documents as needed. Data Entry Technician Qualifications: Each Candidate must complete Data Entry assessments. Alphanumeric with minimum 6,500 Keystrokes with 98% accuracy. Alphanumeric data entry experience. Bilingual Spanish speaking is preferred. Candidate must demonstrate overall professionalism, emotional intelligence, business maturity, verbal communication skills and be able to present during the interview. Articulation and ability to answer questions concisely and accurately. “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Fairfax VA Direct Hire May 28, 2024 Finance / Accounting Our client is a leader in managing commercial and residential properties throughout the Northern Virginia region. They have over 28 properties with a mission to provide exceptional service to their residents, commercial tenants, and support the local communities. They operate with long-term focus through consistent improvements, which extends to their employees. They offer an enjoyable, challenging atmosphere that emphasizes training and continued education with opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Residential Portfolio Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing and managing the overall performance and profitability of the residential portfolio of properties. This role involves developing and implementing effective property management strategies, ensuring high resident satisfaction, and optimizing financial returns for the owner. The Portfolio Manager plays a crucial role in coordinating and leading property management teams, collaborating with various stakeholders, and maintaining a strong understanding of the real estate market trends in the various markets. This position is a contract to hire position paying $48-$50 per hour.  Residential Portfolio Manager Responsibilities: Ensures that the portfolio and individual communities meet the established operational, financial, and business performance goals by inspecting properties, reviewing financial, market, and operational reports, and developing and implementing appropriate action plans to achieve results. Collaborates with Property Managers to ensure that the portfolio and individual communities meet the established operational, financial, and business performance goals. Collaborate in developing annual budgets. Monitor/assess actual vs. pro forma. Identify and suggest strategic initiatives and value add capital/physical improvements. Collaborates with regional support services leaders committed to improving assets and team performance. Takes ownership of and implements operational initiatives, championing change and ensuring proper adoption of revised protocols at all properties. Oversee and manage budgets and progress of business plans against budgets, ensuring that financial targets are met or exceeded. Prepare and present regular reports on property performance, financial metrics, and market trends to VP of Residential Property Management. Foster positive relationships with associates and addresses concerns promptly. Implement resident retention programs to minimize turnover and vacancy rates. Collaborate with PMs and Leasing teams to develop and implement effective marketing strategies. Ensure optimal occupancy rates through targeted leasing efforts. Oversee maintenance programs to ensure properties are well-maintained and in compliance with regulations. Ensures that the appearance and physical aspects of the properties meet the Company's and owner's established standards through routine site and safety inspections and communicates concerns and requests for capital as needed to provide for the physical upkeep of each property in the portfolio. Ensure that the preventative maintenance plans extend the life of assets. Stay current with local, state, and federal regulations affecting property management. Ensure properties comply with all relevant codes, laws, and regulations. Identify and mitigate potential risks related to property management and ensure appropriate insurance coverage. Ensure that all staff job responsibilities are completed professionally and in compliance with policy and all Federal and State Laws. Responsible for recruiting, interviewing, and hiring administrative, leasing and maintenance personnel. Execute timely preparation and delivery of performance (positive and corrective} feedback and annual reviews. Respond to resident complaints and issues regarding the tenant-landlord laws and regulations. Prepare and/or approve all daily, weekly, and monthly reports to be submitted in a timely manner to the appropriate personnel in the main office (examples include but are not limited to dailies, market surveys, weekly activity reports, renewal statistic reports, timecards and commission reports, variance reports, service request reports}. Manage, document, and communicate any potential liability situations regarding resident/personnel problems, asset hazards and community/neighborhood occurrences. Ensure that the natural disaster and emergency evacuation plans are current and in place for implementation. Manage the property and associate safety records, property loss claims, and risk management initiatives. Manage property key control according to Dwoskin policy. Perform all aspects of Property Manager in the absence of a Property Manager (leave, sickness, or open position). Residential Portfolio Manager Requirements and Qualifications: Bachelor's/master's degree from an accredited college or university preferred in Business, Real Estate. or related fields. Five years of experience in multifamily property management is required. Three years of relevant experience is required. Proven experience in a leadership role with managing diverse properties. Proficiency in using property management software (preferably Yardi and/or Real Page), word processing, spreadsheet, and database management applications to complete and produce required reports and other employment documents. Strong financial acumen and analytical skills. What we offer: 401(k) retirement plan Medical and dental benefits for qualifying professionals Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Voluntary Supplemental Insurance Working Advantage Membership Pet Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Fairfax VA Direct Hire May 24, 2024 Rental and Leasing Our client is a leader in managing commercial and residential properties throughout the Northern Virginia region. They have over 28 properties with a mission to provide exceptional service to their residents, commercial tenants, and support the local communities. They operate with long-term focus through consistent improvements, which extends to their employees. They offer an enjoyable, challenging atmosphere that emphasizes training and continued education with opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Leasing Consultant you would be responsible for apartment leasing and resident retention. Effectively promotes the community to potential residents and closes on the lease. Leasing Consultants will provide the highest level of customer service to both existing tenants and potential new tenants. This is a direct hire position with an hourly pay range of $22.00-$23.00 plus commission and bonus. Leasing Consultant Responsibilities: Provide assistance to current and prospective residents, tour available or model apartments, document follow up with prospects and enter traffic into computer tracking system daily. Qualify and process leasing applications. Prepare all leases, move in packet and renewal paperwork according to policy. Walk apartment homes to ensure market readiness and prepare necessary service tickets. Assist with property curb appeal. Conduct market surveys and shop competition. Gain a thorough understanding of our competitive advantage. Participate in corporate outreach and other marketing programs. Enter resident service requests into the computer, conduct follow up and close tickets. Participate in resident functions. Delivery of notices to resident apartments as needed. Perform other duties as assigned. Leasing Consultant Requirements and Qualifications: College degree preferred. One (1) or more years of customer service and sales experience. The ability to work with Microsoft Office and exhibit strong attention to detail and organizational skills are important. Must demonstrate ability to provide exceptional customer service. Demonstrate the ability to successfully work on a team. Be able to clearly communicate both orally and in writing. Must have superior interpersonal skills, ability to work with diverse personalities, tactful, mature, flexible. Must present a professional image. Must be resourceful and well organized. What They Offer: Health and Dental insurance Flexible Spending Program 401k Short Term and Long-Term disability Employee Assistance Program Tuition Reimbursement Paid Time Off Holidays Housing Discount for those living and working within Paid Volunteer Days Bereavement Leave “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Fairfax VA Direct Hire May 23, 2024 Property Management Our client is a leader in managing commercial and residential properties throughout the Northern Virginia region. They have over 28 properties with a mission to provide exceptional service to their residents, commercial tenants, and support the local communities. They operate with long-term focus through consistent improvements, which extends to their employees. They offer an enjoyable, challenging atmosphere that emphasizes training and continued education with opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Residential Quality Control Administrator, you will coordinate with and support the VP of Residential Property Management and work collaboratively with the Residential Compliance and Training Manager and Property Operations manager to ensure that operational objectives are maintained throughout the portfolio. This position has an annual salary of $63,000.00-$68,000.00. Residential Quality Control Administrator Responsibilities: Be thoroughly familiar with each residential property, mobile home park, NAA lease and MHP lease. Provide guidance for teams with their application qualifying questions. Review and approve Yardi screenings for new applicants, spousal feature, and Add-on's at RES and MHP properties. Review and approve new Ml applications. Provide directions regarding required documents for new and renewing residents. Review and approve renewal batches and advise the site team on the required documents for batch approvals. Weekly review of all new leases per property to ensure policy adherence per approved checklist. Weekly review of portfolio's CRM queue to ensure all leads and activities are being addressed. Reviewing pending application status in Yardi and following up with the sites to process application approval or denials. Reviewing expired leases and renewal offers and advising the PMs to process the renewals or process the month-to-month charges for residents. Create weekly findings and recommendations document and submit to PMs and VPRM to address. PMs to provide update on findings within 48 hours of findings submission. Assist in addressing prospective or current residents' concerns with the site team, especially in the absence of Property Manager. Assist in creation and circulation of weekly, monthly quarterly and annual reporting. Summarize/compile market survey findings from each site to maintain intimate awareness of market/industry condition and trends. Function as a resource to the Mobile Home Park teams to ensure their operational needs are met. Provide administrative support for maintaining building and zoning permits, park recertifications, violations, resident issues, etc. Conduct ledger audits for accuracy in postings and adjustments. Review Monthly Commissions and Bonuses for approval. In the absence of the Training & Compliance Manager, prepare the monthly commission packets. Collaborate with Business Manager on reviewing residents' ledger for accuracy. Preparing the Delinquency reports in the absence of the PM or Business Manager (BM). Review and or/prepare suit lists in the absence of the PM/BM for accuracy and provide the packets to the Director of Credit & Collections after necessary corrections are completed. Act as the liaison between The Guarantors and RES sites for new move ins, renewals and move out (MO)claims sending invites to the applicants, providing rental status updates to The Guarantors, obtaining required MO documents for claims for old residents with outstanding balances and following up with the sites and The Guarantors to receive reimbursement payments. Manage software dashboards including FLEX, TWO DOTS, Renters Insurance, etc. Participate in Res Ops meetings regarding policy change and/or updates. Perform other duties as assigned that are in the best interest of the company as deemed by the VP of Residential Property Management including assisting with filling in for open positions. Be thoroughly familiar with all the Residential properties I/T subsystems, including YARDI, ADP, YARDI Screening, Rent Cafe web portal support to properties and residents. Assist and lead with configuration and adjustments to the I/T systems to improve the efficiency and performance of the Residential portfolio. Residential Quality Control Administrator Requirements and Qualifications: A college degree is preferred. Five years of property management experience is required. Industry designations such as CAM, APM, etc. are favorable. Proficiency in Yardi Voyager or equivalent property management system is required. Advanced skill and knowledge with Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. What we offer: Health and Dental insurance Flexible Spending Program 401k Short Term and Long-Term disability Employee Assistance Program Tuition Reimbursement Paid Time Off Holidays Housing Discount for those living and working within Paid Volunteer Days Bereavement Leave “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”  
Rockville MD Direct Hire May 14, 2024 Property Management Employment Enterprises, Inc. is currently working with a leading provider of fully integrated commercial real estate services. We are seeking a Property Manager with proven experience in commercial property. You will manage all aspects of day-to-day operation at assigned properties to ensure a high level of tenant satisfaction and to maximize financial returns. This is a direct hire position in Rockville, Maryland with a salary starting at $80,000. Property Manager Responsibilities Conduct daily inspections of property common areas and grounds.  Arrange regular tenant space visits to ensure a high level of maintenance. Assist in oversight of Building Engineers and outside vendors to proactively maintain and improve the property.   Provide leadership, mentoring, and coaching necessary to develop the property operations team. Manage tenant maintenance requests.  Ensure requests are acknowledged and completed in a timely manner.  Coordinate outside vendors and building staff, as necessary. Coordinate tenants move-in meetings to (1) discuss building signage, rules, and regulations, (2) introduce the property amenities, and (3) proactively address any concerns or questions. Maintain and update, as needed, the property rules and regulations. Regularly monitor contractors to verify service is being delivered per contract specifications. Conduct quarterly night-time cleaning inspections to ensure high standards are being safely met. Work with the Director of Property Management and/or Construction Manager to coordinate building services during tenant or capital improvements. Attend (or delegate to the appropriate building staff) cross-departmental meetings including tenant construction meetings and leasing tours. Establish and enforce policies to enable the property to function according to quality standards and operating objectives. Enforce A/R and A/P guidelines, track performance, and monitor the recovery process. Strong collections/delinquency experience; Perform and/or monitor collections and coordinate default proceeding. Manage the fiscal activities of the property: review established budgets, ensure adherence to budgets, maintain prior approval for deviations from approved budget, and invoice approval. Conduct routine thorough, on-site property inspections to identify problems. Extensive Lease Administration to include lease abstracting, system input, data entry, and lease review. Work to ensure financial policies and procedures are adhered to and that conditions are positive to enhance cash flow and profits. Supervise Assistant Property Managers, Administrative Staff, Maintenance Staff, and Contractors on assigned properties. Develop and maintain positive relations with tenants, contractors, local communities, and groups or associations. Carry out other duties as assigned which are in the best interests of the company. Regularly contribute to team meetings or events to enhance best practices and a positive team culture. Reasonable duties as assigned. Property Manager Qualifications Associate degree required.  Bachelor’s Degree or Higher in Business Administration, Real Estate, or related field, preferred. Working towards an RPA or CPM certification. LEED experience or approved courses. 5 years of related commercial property management experience preferred. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office. What we offer: PTO 401(k) retirement plan Health and Dental Insurance Long Term and Short Term Disability Life Insurance “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”
Manassas VA Direct Hire Apr 19, 2024 Sales For over 40 years, Employment Enterprises, Inc., has excelled by providing customized workforce solutions to a diverse client base. Headquartered in Northern Virginia and conducting business in all 50 states, our team is growing and has an exciting new position within our sales team. We’re seeking a Business Development Manager to grow revenue by pursuing new client business opportunities. You will be successful in this role if you are a sales-driven individual who has a passion to strengthen our client relationships for a growing company. You will work with a team of fellow business folk and the VP of Sales to: Key Responsibilities: Generate new leads through marketing, networking sources, and prospect outreach. Build a strategic list of target accounts to develop into a pipeline of new business. Cultivate strong networking relationships.  Build key client relationships at multiple levels within the clients’ organizations. Recognize opportunities for expansion of company Workforce Solutions products with new and existing clients.   Coordinate and work with internal teams for service accountability, solution development, and pricing. Qualifications: 2+ years sales/business development experience Skilled in working with and identifying new companies. Track record of successful closing Experience developing client relationships, consulting, and providing solutions. Experience participating in professional societies and establishing both personal and business networks. Experience in the Staffing Industry (preferred) Proficient with MS Office Suite and Applicant Tracking Systems software Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Strong decision-making skills What we offer: Tutorial training and skill testing before placement 401K retirement plan after one year of employment Medical and dental benefits offered for employees on long term active assignments Flex spending account Credit Union Membership Recognized annually as one of the Top 25 Staffing companies and Top 100 Private companies in the Washington metropolitan area, we invite you to join in our passion for our mission statement to help our clients “Strengthen Your Workforce”. “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.
Falls Church VA Direct Hire Aug 30, 2023 Rental and Leasing Our client is a leader in managing commercial and residential properties throughout the Northern Virginia region. They have over 28 properties with a mission to provide exceptional service to their residents, commercial tenants, and support the local communities. They operate with long-term focus through consistent improvements, which extends to their employees. They offer an enjoyable, challenging atmosphere that emphasizes training and continued education with opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Leasing Consultant you would be responsible for apartment leasing and resident retention. Effectively promotes the community to potential residents and closes on the lease. Leasing Consultants will provide the highest level of customer service to both existing tenants and potential new tenants. This is a direct hire position with an hourly pay range of $22.00-$23.00 plus commission and bonus. Leasing Consultant Responsibilities: Provide assistance to current and prospective residents, tour available or model apartments, document follow up with prospects and enter traffic into computer tracking system daily. Qualify and process leasing applications. Prepare all leases, move in packet and renewal paperwork according to policy. Walk apartment homes to ensure market readiness and prepare necessary service tickets. Assist with property curb appeal. Conduct market surveys and shop competition. Gain a thorough understanding of our competitive advantage. Participate in corporate outreach and other marketing programs. Enter resident service requests into the computer, conduct follow up and close tickets. Participate in resident functions. Delivery of notices to resident apartments as needed. Perform other duties as assigned. Leasing Consultant Requirements and Qualifications: College degree preferred. One (1) or more years of customer service and sales experience. The ability to work with Microsoft Office and exhibit strong attention to detail and organizational skills are important. Must demonstrate ability to provide exceptional customer service. Demonstrate the ability to successfully work on a team. Be able to clearly communicate both orally and in writing. Must have superior interpersonal skills, ability to work with diverse personalities, tactful, mature, flexible. Must present a professional image. Must be resourceful and well organized. What They Offer: Health and Dental insurance Flexible Spending Program 401k Short Term and Long-Term disability Employee Assistance Program Tuition Reimbursement Paid Time Off Holidays Housing Discount for those living and working within Paid Volunteer Days Bereavement Leave “Our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Employment Enterprises, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, assign, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, U.S. Veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.”