Working for ARPEJ
« An associative company »
With over 25 years of experience specialising in the management of residences for students, young professionals and researchers, ARPEJ is a company on a human scale with 95 employees.
Its values based on humanity, proximity and solidarity, contribute to the development of accommodation for young people.
To ensure the continued expansion of the association, we have adopted a dynamic and responsive recruitment policy. We need to adapt to the market requirements by anticipating the arrival of new talents.
Our culture is based on coordinating and networking the skills and talents of ARPEJ’s staff.
The Association pays particular attention to professional development opportunities for its employees and seeks to ensure an equitable pay policy.
Training support opportunities are regularly offered in order to develop the employees’ skills and talents and thus favour internal professional development and mobility.
Offering a very broad range of skills in rental and technical management and social support, the ARPEJ Association facilitates the emergence of new initiatives.
This approach offers considerable freedom to employees while making them aware of their responsibilities and allowing them to contribute more effectively to the Association’s overall performance.
Discover the professional roles within ARPEJ:
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Area Manager is responsible for managing Rental Management staff and minor maintenance employees within his or her area. He or she is responsible for the marketing of his or her accommodation stock and for the optimisation of equipment and resources. He or she is the guarantor of the quality of the service provided for Residents and is responsible for upholding ARPEJ’s values. The Area Manager ensures compliance with ARPEJ’s contractual obligations vis-à-vis owners and the competent authorities. He or she ensures the security of people and property and the efficient operation of the facilities for which he or she is responsible.
Reporting to the Area Manager, the jobholder organises his or her work in consultation with the line management. He or she has sole responsibility for daily management and may need to supervise rental management agents and cleaning staff. He or she is responsible for leasing the accommodation units in his or her residence(s), and for the rental management and monitoring of tenants’ files, in compliance with the procedures. He or she responds to the requests submitted by the clientèle in the shortest possible time. He or she guarantees the efficient operation of the facilities and the maintenance of security. Through his or her actions, the Residence Manager contributes to the economic performance of the site on which he or she operates.
Rental Management Coordinator
Reporting to the Area Manager or Residence Manager, the jobholder is responsible for leasing the accommodation units in his or her residence(s), in addition to the rental management and monitoring of tenants’ files, in compliance with the procedures. He or she responds to the requests submitted by the clientèle in the shortest possible time. He or she ensures the efficient operation of the facilities and the maintenance of security. Through his or her actions, the Residence Manager contributes to the economic performance of the site on which he or she operates.
Residential Affairs Coordinator
Reporting to the Area Manager, the jobholder (a trained social worker) organises his or her work in association with his or her line manager, and in consultation with the Social Engineering Manager. He or she is responsible for organising activities in the residences, pre-admission interviews and individual support: He or she contributes to the development of social links within the residences in compliance with the ARPEJ accreditation. He or she benefits from the expertise of the Social Engineering Manager responsible for coordinating the network of Residential Affairs Coordinators.
Reporting to the Area Manager, the jobholder is responsible for maintaining the residence in compliance with the procedures specific to his or her field of activity. His or her daily interventions allow for the regular maintenance of the assets which prevent the owner from having to carry out major repairs. These jobs have a significant impact on the quality of the services rendered to residents.