Get To Know Us:
Join Morgan Properties, one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing property management companies. Our award-winning employees are dedicated to providing our residents with a quality residential living experience every day. Morgan Properties, a family run company, was founded in 1985 by our CEO and President Mitchell Morgan. We currently own and operate approximately 300 residential properties spread throughout 15 states. Our company thrives on a culture of creativity, communication and collaboration, where every position is valuable and every person is special. We’re always looking for passionate professionals to join our team. If you meet the requirements listed and are interested, please submit your resume for consideration.
What you will be doing:
The Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper maintains the accounts receivable work flow by managing and processing payments, charges and dispositions of accounts receivable accounts. In addition, maintain accurate resident account receivable ledgers.
Maintain accounts receivable records, recording and posting Yardi deposits.
Establishes and maintains close working relationships with Regional Managers, Property Managers and other field personnel to ensure the accounts receivable properly reflects the operations. Function as liaison between the home office and property/regional employees.
Responsible for reviewing site originated transactions including dispositions, monthly gross potential rent, uncollectable rent, collections, pre-paids, and accounts receivable balances.
Research site inquiries regarding resident balance issues with the property managers.
Post employee rent checks and in-house deposits.
Post and receive Housing Authority rent checks and Housing direct deposit wires.
Process security deposits dispositions on a weekly basis, both refunds and final balance due plus remittance of notification to 3rd party collection agency.
Daily recording of NSF fees and other bank reversals from several online sources
Associates degree in Business, Accounting, or related field and/or 2-3+ years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.