Your responsibilities include maintaining new MLS listings, organizing paperwork and transaction contracts, and scheduling appointments. You’ll also be in charge of the monthly budget, purchase office supplies when necessary, and perform basic bookkeeping duties. Top applicants have an eye for detail, love helping people, and are energized by the daily variety this job offers! If you can’t wait to get started, send us your resume today!
Maintain office equipment and re-order supplies when necessary
Adapt to the needs of the realty team and step up to help when appropriate
Arrange for team meetings, appointments, and travel
Manage lower-level administrative employees and ensure office protocols are followed
Organize filing systems and, when needed, help other real estate team members with contracts, such as title exams, title sheets, executing commissions, and coordinating buyer and seller information
Bachelor’s degree preferred; must have graduated high school, received a G.E.D. or equivalent
2+ years of experience in office management, real estate or, a related field strongly preferred
Real estate license preferred but not required
Excellent time management, problem-solving, and communication skills
- Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google applications, and able to learn new tech quickly
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines
- Must possess the ability to work independently and collaborate in a team setting
Keller Williams still holds the #1 top spot in agent count, units and sales volume with over $351.2B in sales volume in 2019.
Keller Williams is continually ranked one of "The Best Workplaces" with more than 180,000 real estate agents in over 1,060 offices.
Driven by our dedication to driving KW technology further and faster through KW Labs, Fast Company has named Keller Williams the #1 Most Innovative Real Estate Company.