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Would you like to be a part of our dedicated and professional HomeLife Advantage team. Check out the various positions in our company today.  Please forward any questions or resumes to HR@advantagepm.ca.

Our Positions

At the heart of our company is our Receptionists.  Generally, the first point of contact for our clients and the glue that holds our daily operations together. With a warm and welcoming demeanor, HomeLife’s Receptionist plays a pivotal role in setting the tone for the professional and friendly service we’re known for.  Their responsibilities extend beyond greeting clients; they manage incoming calls, ensuring that each inquiry is directed to the appropriate department swiftly and efficiently.  Furthermore, they handle mail and email correspondence and provide administrative support to the team. This role is crucial in maintaining the smooth operation of our office, ensuring that information flows seamlessly between clients and our team. Our Receptionist is not just a voice over the phone or a smile at the front desk but the embodiment of our commitment to exceptional customer service and operational excellence.

The Forms Department plays a crucial role in ensuring seamless operations.  This team is dedicated to managing and processing a wide range of forms and documents that are essential to our daily operations and transactions.  From property purchase documents to strata management forms, the Forms Department ensures that all paperwork is accurately completed, filed, and maintained in accordance with legal and regulatory requirements.  They work closely with other departments to gather necessary information, verify details, and ensure that all documents are up to date and readily available for reference.  This department is pivotal in facilitating efficient communication between all parties involved in our services, providing a solid foundation for property management and real estate transactions.  Their meticulous attention to detail and commitment to accuracy underpin the trust and reliability our clients place in us, making them an indispensable part of our team.

The Collections department is an integral component of our company, ensuring the financial stability and health of the properties we manage.  This team is responsible for overseeing the collection of fees, dues, and any outstanding payments owed by homeowners or tenants.  Their duties include issuing payment reminders and working closely with individuals to set up payment plans or resolve payment issues.  The Collections team plays a vital role in maintaining a positive cash flow, crucial for the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the properties under our care.

Their approach is both professional and empathetic, understanding the importance of maintaining good relationships with residents while ensuring the financial obligations are met. By employing effective communication and negotiation skills, the Collections department works to prevent arrears and minimize financial risks for our properties, all while adhering to legal and ethical standards and acting at the lawful direction of our clients. This department is essential for the financial health of our communities, ensuring that resources are available for repairs, improvements, and the overall management of the properties, contributing significantly to the satisfaction of our clients and the well-being of the communities we serve.

The Mail Room is a vital hub, serving as the central point for the distribution and processing of all incoming and outgoing correspondence.  This department ensures that mail, packages, and important documents are efficiently sorted, distributed, and dispatched to the appropriate departments, team members, or clients.  The Mail Room staff play a crucial role in managing the flow of information, ensuring timely delivery of notices and other essential communications that are fundamental to the operations of property management services.

Their responsibilities extend beyond mere sorting and distribution; they also maintain records of all incoming and outgoing mail, handle confidential documents with care, and ensure that urgent deliveries are prioritized. The Mail Room’s efficiency and organization support the seamless communication channels within our company, facilitating prompt responses to client inquiries, efficient document circulation and the overall effectiveness of our business operations.

By acting as the nerve center for all postal communications, the Mail Room contributes significantly to the operational efficiency and customer service excellence of our organization. Their meticulous attention to detail and commitment to prompt service ensure that our company maintains a professional image and meets the high standards expected by our clients.

HomeLife’s Bookkeepers are an essential member of the strata management and property management business, providing critical financial support and oversight to ensure the accurate and efficient management of your financial records. This role involves maintaining up-to-date and precise records of financial transactions, including income, expenses, and cash flows. The Bookkeeper is responsible for issuing invoices, processing payments, reconciling bank statements, and preparing financial reports for our clients and management team.

Their expertise in accounting principles and proficiency with financial software enables them to report on budget performance, assist a manager with financial analysis, and support the preparation of tax returns and audits, as required. The Bookkeeper plays a pivotal role in ensuring compliance with financial policies, regulations, and laws, contributing to the financial integrity and transparency of our operations.

By providing accurate financial data, the Bookkeeper supports strategic decision-making, enabling managers to assess financial performance, assist in planning for the future, and ensure our clients resources are used efficiently. Their meticulous attention to detail and commitment to financial accuracy make them a cornerstone of our company’s success, ensuring we can deliver exceptional, and timely, service to our clients while maintaining a strong and stable financial foundation.

The Bookkeeper’s Assistant serves as an essential support role, assisting the Bookkeeper in the day-to-day financial operations and ensuring the smooth execution of accounting tasks. This position involves aiding in the maintenance of financial records, including assisting with the processing of invoices, payments, and receipts, as well as helping to prepare financial statements and reports. The Assistant helps in reconciling bank statements and accounts, ensuring accuracy and compliance with financial policies and regulations.

This role is pivotal in supporting the financial infrastructure of our services, providing the necessary groundwork for accurate bookkeeping and financial analysis. The Bookkeeper’s Assistant also plays a role in data entry, filing, and managing paperwork, ensuring that all financial documentation is organized and easily accessible.

With a keen eye for detail and a strong foundation in accounting practices, the Bookkeeper’s Assistant contributes to the integrity and accuracy of the company’s financial operations. Their work supports our clients ability to make informed decisions, maintain financial health, and uphold your trust by ensuring meticulous management of your financial interests. The role of the Bookkeeper’s Assistant is integral to maintaining the financial workflow, enabling HomeLife’s management team to assist our clients in achieving its financial goals and continue providing high-quality service to our clients.

A licensed Rental Manager oversees a diverse portfolio of residential and commercial properties. This role encompasses a wide range of responsibilities aimed at maximizing occupancy rates, ensuring tenant/landlord satisfaction, and maintaining the properties to the highest standards. A Rental Manager, with the assistance of our support team, is responsible for marketing available properties, conducting property viewings and inspections, and negotiating agreements to attract and retain long-term tenants. They play a crucial role in tenant selection, performing thorough background checks to ensure reliable and responsible occupants.

Beyond the rental process, Rental Managers address tenant concerns, coordinate maintenance and repairs, and ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations governing rental properties. They work closely with property owners to develop and implement strategies for property improvement, rent adjustments, and occupancy optimization, providing regular updates and financial reports related to rental income and property expenses.

The Rental Manager’s ability to balance the interests of property owners with the needs of tenants is critical for fostering positive landlord-tenant relationships and ensuring the long-term success of the rental properties under their care. Their expertise in property management software and strong communication skills enable them to efficiently manage multiple properties, ensuring that both owners and tenants receive professional and responsive service. By maintaining high standards of property management, a HomeLife Rental Manager will contribute significantly to the reputation and profitability of your real estate investment.

The Rental Manager Assistant is a key support role within our property management services, working closely with the Rental Manager to ensure the efficient operation of our rental properties. This individual assists in a variety of tasks that are critical to maintaining high occupancy rates, ensuring tenant satisfaction, and upholding the quality of the properties under management. Their responsibilities include assisting in marketing and advertising rental properties, scheduling and conducting property viewings, facilitating communication between prospective or current tenants and the management team, and helping to process rental applications and agreements.

The Assistant plays a crucial role in tenant relations, helping to direct inquiries to the proper person to resolve and potential issues, and provide information on property policies and procedures. They also assist in the collection maintenance requests, and coordinating with service providers to ensure that properties are well-maintained and any repairs are promptly addressed. By supporting the documentation and record-keeping process, they contribute to the effective tracking of rentals, payments, and maintenance records, ensuring compliance with all the relevant policies and legal regulations.

The role of the Rental Manager Assistant is vital for providing a high level of service to tenants and ensuring smooth operational processes. Their efforts support the Rental Manager in achieving the company’s goals related to tenant satisfaction, property performance, and financial success. Through their dedication and support, the Rental Manager Assistant helps create a positive living environment for tenants and a profitable and efficiently managed portfolio for property owners.

The Accounts Receivable department is a fundamental component of our strata management company’s financial team, focusing on the management and collection of revenue owed to various corporations we manage.  This critical function involves tracking and recording incoming payments, issuing invoices, and ensuring that clients or tenants pay their dues in a timely manner.  The Accounts Receivable team plays a key role in maintaining the cash flow that is essential for the day-to-day operations and financial health of your investment.

In addition to their primary role of managing incoming payments, the Accounts Receivable department also contributes to assisting in financial reporting by providing accurate and up-to-date information on the company’s revenue streams. Their detailed records and analyses are invaluable for strategic planning, budgeting, and financial decision-making, underscoring the department’s vital role in the overall success and sustainability of your strata corporation.

The Accounts Payable department is a critical component of our finance team, tasked with managing the outflow of funds to suppliers, service providers, and other creditors. This team is responsible for ensuring that all invoices received to the HomeLife office, either by mail or by digital means, are verified for accuracy, properly recorded, and forwarded for final review from management and clients. The Accounts Payable process involves meticulous invoice processing, from receipt to payment, including the reconciliation of purchase orders, contracts, and service agreements to ensure that payments are justified and authorized.

Their duties extend to maintaining up-to-date records of all transactions, negotiating terms with suppliers, and managing a flow of timely reporting to facilitate a proper control over payment information crucial to our clients financial well-being. This department also handles inquiries from suppliers and assists in the resolution of any discrepancies in billing, most definitely playing a crucial role in maintaining positive relationships with your business partners and clients.

By efficiently managing accounts payable, this department supports HomeLife’s clients financial health and operational efficiency, ensuring that resources are allocated wisely and that the company maintains a strong reputation for reliability and financial integrity. The Accounts Payable team’s work is essential in ensuring that our company can continue to provide high-quality services to our clients.

The Controller occupies a pivotal leadership role within the finance department, overseeing all accounting operations, financial reporting, and regulatory compliance efforts. This position is responsible for the integrity of all financial information, ensuring it is both accurate and reported in a timely manner in accordance with accounting standards and regulatory requirements. The Controller’s responsibilities encompass the management of the accounting team, which includes roles such as bookkeepers, accounts payable and receivable clerks, ensuring that all financial transactions and records are handled efficiently and effectively.

A key function of the Controller is to develop and maintain accounting policies and procedures that uphold the highest levels of financial accuracy and transparency. They also provide critical financial insights that support our managers in strategic decision-making and preparing proper advice for our clients. The Controller works closely with the management team to analyze financial performance, identify trends, and address financial risks and opportunities, facilitating informed business strategies and operational adjustments.

In addition to internal and external financial management, the Controller ensures compliance with tax laws and other financial regulations, coordinating audits and managing relationships with external auditors and the financial institutions we are partnered with. This role is crucial for safeguarding our clients assets through rigorous financial control and reporting systems that will contribute greatly to our clients overall financial health and stability.

The Controller’s strategic oversight and detailed attention to the financial operations of the company not only ensure compliance and accuracy but also empower our clients to achieve their financial goals, support growth, and provide exceptional value to our clients. Their expertise and leadership are indispensable in navigating the complex financial landscape of strata management, property management, and real estate services, making them critical to the ongoing success of providing consistent and unparalleled financial service.

The licensed Strata Manager is a central figure in our strata management company, playing a vital role in the administration and oversight of condominiums, townhouses, and other strata-titled properties and HomeOwner Corporations and Associations. This position involves a broad range of responsibilities aimed at ensuring the smooth operation of strata corporations, enhancing the quality of life for residents, and maintaining the value of the properties under management. The Strata Manager acts as a liaison between the strata council and the property owners, providing expert advice, managing communications, and implementing the decisions of the strata council.

Key responsibilities include the enforcement of bylaws and rules, coordination of maintenance and repair projects, and oversight of contractors and service providers to ensure that properties are well-maintained. The Strata Manager also plays a crucial role in financial management, preparing budgets, overseeing expenditures, and ensuring that strata fees are collected and allocated efficiently. They are trained and experienced in organizing and facilitating strata council meetings, including the preparation of meeting agendas, distribution of financial reports, and recording of minutes.

Our Strata Managers possess strong interpersonal skills to effectively mediate disputes and address concerns of residents, fostering a positive and cooperative community environment. They are also required to stay informed of changes in legislation affecting strata properties, ensuring that the strata corporation remains compliant with all legal and regulatory requirements.

In essence, the Strata Manager is the foundation of effective strata property management, ensuring that operational, financial, and administrative tasks are executed professionally and expediently. Their role is instrumental in safeguarding the interests of property owners and residents alike, contributing to the overall success and sustainability of all the strata communities in their specific portfolios.

The Strata Manager’s Assistant plays a crucial support role in the effective management of strata properties, aiding the Strata Manager in the day-to-day operations and administration of performing their assigned duties. This role is essential for ensuring that all aspects of strata management run smoothly and efficiently, providing vital administrative support, and facilitating communication between the strata council, property owners, and service providers at the lawful direction of our licensees.

Responsibilities of the Strata Manager’s Assistant include assisting in the coordination of maintenance and repair activities, assisting to enforce strata bylaws and rules, and supporting the financial management processes such as preparing documentation for budgeting and strata fee collections. They are also involved in organizing and preparing for strata council meetings, including the setup of meeting spaces, distribution of meeting materials, and the collection and filing of meeting minutes.

The Assistant plays a key role in maintaining records and documentation related to the strata corporation, ensuring that all information is current, organized, and accessible by the Strata Managers and our clients. This includes updating resident contact information, tracking contractor agreements, and assisting with the management of some correspondence.

By providing comprehensive support to the Strata Manager, the Strata Manager’s Assistant helps to ensure that decisions are implemented effectively and that residents’ needs are met promptly. Their work contributes to the overall well-being of the strata community, enhancing resident satisfaction and supporting the Strata Manager in upholding the value and integrity of the properties under management. Our Assistants have proven strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders, making the Strata Manager’s Assistant an indispensable part of our strata management team.

The Director of the Strata Management Department holds avital leadership role within our company, overseeing the entire strata management division. This position is responsible for setting the strategic direction and ensuring the effective operation of the department, which includes managing a team of Strata Managers and their assistants, as well as coordinating with other departments such as accounting, maintenance, and legal services. The Director’s primary goal is to ensure the highest level of service delivery to our clients, maintaining and enhancing the value of the properties under management, and ensuring compliance with all relevant legislation and best practices in strata management.

Key responsibilities of the Director include developing and implementing policies and procedures that improve efficiency and service quality, overseeing financial performance, and managing client relationships. They are responsible for the recruitment, training, and development of staff, fostering a culture of professionalism and continuous improvement. The Director also plays a crucial role in business development, identifying new opportunities for the company, negotiating contracts, and maintaining strong relationships with property owners, strata councils, and all partnerships.

With a deep understanding of strata management, property law, and financial principles, our Director ensures that all managed properties comply with legal standards and regulations. They are also tasked with resolving complex issues that escalate beyond the capacity of Strata Managers, providing expert advice and decision-making to navigate challenging situations.

The Director of the Strata Management Department is instrumental in shaping the success and reputation of our company in the strata management industry. Through strategic leadership, they ensure that our team delivers exceptional service, maintains high standards of property care, and supports the communities we manage. Their expertise and vision are critical in driving the department forward, ensuring growth, and upholding our commitment to excellence in strata management.

The Conveyancing Office plays a critical role in our real estate services, specializing in the legal aspect of buying and selling property. This office is responsible for ensuring that the transfer of property ownership is conducted smoothly, legally, and efficiently, providing peace of mind to both buyers and sellers throughout the transaction process.

The Conveyancing Office also handles the settlement process, coordinating between buyers, sellers relevant brokerages, legal team and other parties to ensure that all financial obligations are met and the legal transfer of property is completed accurately and on time.

The Conveyancing Office is integral to the success of our real estate services, providing expert legal support that enables transactions to proceed smoothly. Their attention to detail, comprehensive knowledge of real estate law, and commitment to client service ensure that each property transaction is conducted with the highest standards of professionalism and integrity. This not only facilitates successful property deals but also builds trust and confidence among our clients, and Realtors, reinforcing our reputation as a leading provider of real estate services.

The Office Manager plays a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of our office environment.  This individual is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day administrative functions, providing support to all departments, and ensuring that the office operates at its highest level of productivity and efficiency.  The Office Manager’s responsibilities are diverse and encompass various aspects of office administration, human resources, and facilities management.

Key duties include managing and directing the staff in charge of office supplies, equipment, and facilities to ensure that all aspects of the office environment are conducive to a productive, safe and positive work atmosphere. The Office Manager coordinates maintenance and repairs, manages relationships with vendors and service providers, and ensures that the office is safe, clean, and well-organized. They also play a crucial role in planning and executing office events, meetings, and other special projects that contribute to team morale and company culture.

The Office Manager is involved in the recruitment process, onboarding new employees, and implementing office policies and procedures. They may also manage payroll, benefits administration, and ensure compliance with employment laws and regulations. The Office Manager acts as a liaison between staff and management, addressing any administrative or operational issues that arise, and working to resolve them efficiently.

With strong organizational, communication, and leadership skills, the Office Manager ensures that administrative operations run smoothly, supporting the overall goals and objectives of the company. Their ability to multitask, prioritize, and manage time effectively, while maintaining a positive and professional office environment, is essential to the success of our operations. The Office Manager’s contributions are vital to the smooth functioning of our company, enabling us to provide exceptional service to our clients and maintain a productive and harmonious workplace.

Our Information Technology Officer is at the forefront of implementing and managing the technology infrastructure that supports our operations.  This role involves overseeing the development and maintenance of our IT systems, ensuring the security and efficiency of data management, and providing technological solutions that enhance our service delivery to clients in strata management, property management, and real estate services.

Key responsibilities of the Information Technology Officer include managing our networks, servers, and security systems to safeguard company and client data against unauthorized access or cyber threats. They are also responsible for the procurement, setup, and maintenance of computer hardware and software, ensuring that all technology resources are up-to-date and functioning optimally. This role involves strategic planning to anticipate technological needs, budgeting for IT expenses, and implementing new systems and technologies that improve operational efficiency.

In addition to these technical duties, the Information Technology Officer plays a pivotal role in training and supporting staff in the use of technology, ensuring that all employees are proficient in the software and systems relevant to their roles. They also manage vendor relationships for IT services and equipment, negotiating contracts and ensuring that service levels meet the company’s performance, communication, organizational and security needs.

The Information Technology Officer must stay abreast of the latest technology trends and cybersecurity measures to ensure that the company’s IT infrastructure is robust and capable of supporting its growth and the increasingly digital nature of the real estate industry. Their expertise enables our company to leverage technology effectively, improving communication, data management, and overall service delivery, which is crucial for maintaining competitive advantage and meeting the evolving needs of our clients.

ThePowerStrata team plays a critical role in managing and safeguarding our Strata clients information and documents. This position is responsible for ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information, which is fundamental to your strata development.

Key responsibilities include overseeing data management practices to ensure compliance with relevant data protection laws and regulations, such as GDPR, PIPEDA, or other applicable privacy frameworks and work within the confines of the Strata Property Act and communicate regularly with our management team and councils. .

By maintaining high standards for data management and security, offering training seminars to our clients our PowerStrata team support our strata corporations operational efficiency, reputational integrity, and compliance with legal obligations, ensuring that our clients’ data is handled with the utmost care and professionalism.

Our Social Media Manager shapes our online presence and engaging with our clients and the broader community. This function involves creating, curating, and managing published content across various social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn and providing content and creating monthly newsletters, organizing community and staff events. The goal is to build and maintain our company’s brand and foster community engagement.

The responsibilities of the Social Media Manager include developing a comprehensive social media strategy that aligns with our company’s goals and objectives. This strategy encompasses content planning, creation, scheduling, and analysis of social media trends to ensure our content is relevant, engaging, and effective in reaching our target audience. They are tasked with creating a consistent voice and brand message across all platforms, which involves producing high-quality consistent visuals, compelling copy, and interactive content that resonates with our audience.

Engagement is a key aspect of social media management, requiring the Social Media Manager to monitor, respond to, and initiate conversations with followers, providing customer service and support where necessary. This role also involves analyzing the performance of social media campaigns and content using metrics and analytics tools to understand audience behavior and preferences, adjust strategies accordingly, and report on social media ROI.

Collaboration with other departments is essential to ensure that social media initiatives support overall marketing, sales, and customer service goals. The Social Media Manager may also work on paid social media advertising campaigns, influencer partnerships, and community management initiatives to extend our reach and impact.

Effective social media management contributes significantly to our company’s reputation, client engagement, and business growth. It allows us to communicate directly with our audience, share valuable information, and build a community around our brand, thereby enhancing our position in the strata management, property management, and real estate markets.

A Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) offers expert financial guidance, ensuring compliance with accounting standards, and contributing to the financial health and strategic planning of our operations and. This designation represents a high level of proficiency in accounting practices and ethics, making our CPA indispensable for guidance.

Our partnered CPA is an expert in accounting principles (GAAP) and relevant financial regulations. Beyond the core accounting and audit functions, as required by BCFSA, the CPA plays a strategic role in assessing financial risks and opportunities, advising on investment decisions, and implementing financial controls to safeguard the company’s assets. They also advise on improving operational efficiency through the analysis of financial data, identifying areas for cost reduction and revenue enhancement, which extends to all HomeLife’s clients.

The CPA is also involved in liaising with external auditors during annual audits, ensuring that the company’s financial records are accurate and transparent. Their ethical standards and commitment to continuous professional development mean that they are trusted advisors within the company, upholding the highest levels of integrity and professionalism in all financial matters.

In essence, the Certified Professional Accountant is a key pillar of our financial team, whose expertise not only ensures compliance and financial stability but also drives strategic growth and efficiency within our strata management company. Their role is integral to maintaining the trust of our clients and stakeholders, ensuring that we continue to provide high-quality service and achieve our business objectives.

The Managing Brokers of our company holds a critical leadership position, overseeing the brokerage operations related to real estate, strata and property management services.  This role involves a high level of responsibility, including regulatory compliance, staff management, and ensuring the highest standards of professional conduct in all real estate transactions and management agreements.  The Managing Broker is the leader of the organization, providing guidance, training, and oversight to our sales agents, management team and all staff to ensure they meet the legal and ethical standards of the industry.

Key responsibilities of the Managing Broker include recruiting, training, and mentoring, fostering a culture of excellence and continuous improvement. They are also responsible for reviewing and approving all contracts and transactions, ensuring accuracy, compliance with laws and regulations, and protecting client and licensee interests. This involves staying updated on all relevant laws, market trends, and industry best practices to provide informed advice and support to their team and clients.

The Managing Broker plays a vital role in business development, working to expand the company’s portfolio of properties and services. They develop and implement strategies to enhance client satisfaction, increase market share, and drive growth. Their leadership is instrumental in building a strong, cohesive team that delivers exceptional service to clients.

Additionally, the Managing Broker is responsible for managing the operational aspects of the brokerage, working closely with the senior management team including budgeting, financial management, and marketing. They ensure that the brokerage operates efficiently and effectively, leveraging technology and innovative practices to stay competitive in the market.

In essence, the Managing Broker’s expertise and leadership are crucial to the success of HomeLife Advantage. They embody the highest standards of professionalism and integrity, guiding their team to achieve excellence and maintain the trust and confidence of our clients and ensure continued education and mandatory training is implemented, adhered to and consistent.

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