Provide guidance as requested by the Executive Director for identifying additional Association programs or services that would give additional value to our members
Identify best practices for the Association and improve internal systems with an eye towards future needs and budget realities.
Partner with Executive Director in essential internal firm leadership activities (human resources, administration and organizational planning)
Manage increasing segments of information: (recruiting, reviews, staff deployment/workload balancing and legislative)
Represents the association to the public, key stake holders, members and the Board of Directors on behalf of the Executive Director in their absence.
Responsible for all hiring, counseling and terminations with approval from Executive Director
Project Development, Management, and Client Relations/Management-
Structure and lead teams to deliver outstanding member work
Represent Multifamily NW in industry-group conferences, professional associations, and other public venues.
Develop thought leadership around specific topics/emerging industry issues.
Share in knowledge dissemination, reporting, and communications.
Partner with the Director of Operations in essential internal firm leadership activities (human resources, administration, and organizational planning).
Oversee increasing segments of information technology, human resources (recruiting, reviews, staff deployment/workload balancing, career progression) with related internal communications and budgeting/finance duties.
Identify best practices and improve internal systems with a focus toward future needs and budget realities.
Assist Executive Director on projects and communications as needed
Liaison between Executive Director and members
Provide assistance to Executive Committee and Board of Directors as needed
Annual Association Budget review to present to Executive Director
Attend regional council meetings as needed
About Multifamily NW
Founded in 1992, the Metro Multifamily Housing Association (MMHA) was created to represent residential property managers, owners, and vendors throughout Portland, Southern Washington, and down through the Willamette Valley to Medford. Our members manage over 200,000 units in these areas and represent every service related to the industry. In 2013, Metro Multifamily Housing Association became Multifamily NW to better reflect our diverse membership and affiliations.
Multifamily NW is committed to promoting a high degree of professionalism for rental housing providers, owners and partners. We sponsor educational courses, deliver the most comprehensively reviewed set of forms in the state, and advocate to local and state governments on behalf of the industry to ensure our members the best operating environment possible.