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Community Association Manager
Are you an expert in property management? Do you have a passion for working with Home Owners Associations? Do you thrive in customer service? If so, this would be a great opportunity for you! We are a growing firm with an immediate opening for a Community Association Manager! This Manager is quick to learn the environments of each association and take off managing in various areas!
Here is a list of a limited amount of duties that you will maintain to achieve as a Community Association Manager!
-Someone who can positively involve themselves in teamwork settings
-Has a willingness to learn and assist in special projects
-Demonstrates consistency in all areas
-Strong Knowledge of industry trends
-Compliant with company philosophies
-Client Satisfaction and Account Retention
If you feel that you are qualified for an opportunity like this, please submit your resume today for review!
We as a company offer great benefits, company perks, and overall serve our employees in a great environment! You do not want to miss out on this amazing opportunity.
All Candidates must have a valid California DMV License and will go through a background check process if selected for the position.
Job Type: Full-time
Our goal is to enhance the communities we manage – Because We Care.
Licensed Community Association Manager
The Cornerstone Real Estate Services Team is accepting resumes for a full-time position as an experienced Community Association Manager in Wheeling, Illinois with an IL Community Managing License and a CMCA designation or higher.
The Community Association Manager is responsible for the daily operations of managing association communities while delivering excellent customer service. The daily operations include the following:
-Managing phone, email, and general board of directors and resident communications.
-Building relationships with clients while working with a team of supporting professionals.
-Enforcing the client community's governing documents.
-Maintaining contract service provisions and legal filings.
-Preparing association budgets and being knowledgeable on association finances.
-Attending evening association meetings and on-site property inspections.
-Other duties as assigned.
Applicants should work well both individually and with a team in a high performing and fast-paced environment with an absolute commitment to customer satisfaction. Proficiency with computers is required. Post-High School Degree is a plus. Having an IL State Managing License is a MUST!
Career Opportunity For Experienced Community Association Manager
Job Title: Community Association Manager for Homeowner Associations- Portfolio (not an onsite position)
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Job Status: Full Time
Prominent HOA management company seeks licensed and experienced manager for portfolio of upscale clients. Must be licensed by the State of Georgia for Community Association Management (CAM). A minimum of 4 years' experience is required - most recently with portfolio style accounts. This is not an onsite position. Responsibilities include working closely with the association, Board of Directors to manage and operate the communities. Strong management skills, customer service skills and supervisory skills are required. Experience with TOPS software strongly preferred. Salary commensurate with experience.
Analyzes solutions to problems and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors.
Develops and submits complete and accurate annual budget(s), meeting all deadlines and demonstrating thorough analysis
Attends monthly Board meetings; prepares detailed management report; Ability to run a BOD meeting when necessary.
Manages resident relationships to ensure a high level of service including timely and complete resolution of concerns.
Conducts property inspections.
Ensures property improvement and other construction related projects are completed on time and within budget
Listens attentively to questions and comments. Communicates in a professional and composed demeanor under all circumstances.
Responds to phone calls and correspondence in a timely, professional manner.
Displays exceptional ability to analyze and deal with a variety of situations that otherwise could be potential problems.
Acts quickly and effectively when the situation demands it.
Organizes time effectively and successfully balances the competing demands of multiple projects
Schedules vacations in advance with consideration of back up during absence.
Monitors contracts regularly. Maintains accurate records, files and communications pertinent to the Association office.
Organizes insurance files and policies.
Updates Association Communication- Updates association info boards, other communication with owners and residents.
Processes violations, work orders and ACC applications.
Possesses knowledge of assets cash balances and availability of funds for projects. Cash flow management for capital improvements.
Reviews and understands financial statements.
• Strong working knowledge of customer service principles and practices.
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret financials
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Computer literate with proficiency and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications
Experience with TOPS software preferred
Strong customer service and interpersonal skills required.
Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.) or related field from a four-year college or university strongly preferred.
CAM license or realtor license is required. Realtors license a big plus. Must possess strong managerial background.
Proficiency and working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel Spreadsheets, and Outlook.
Valid driver's license in the state of Georgia
Physical Demands: This position requires walking and occasional lifting
Work Environment: Must be flexible and available to work occasional weekends and evenings to attend Board meetings
• Salary commensurate with experience - we're looking for a team player who wants to advance and prosper!
• Paid vacation and personal time off
• Health care insurance benefits
Excellent working environment in a healthy, corporate culture that values its employees.
Opportunity for advancement and professional growth with dynamic management company
Community Manager - Condominium Association/Homeowners Association
We are hiring A CONDO MANAGER now!
When you work for Ardsley Management, you do more than just make a living. You make a difference. By working in a small business team environment, you will have the ability to work in a vibrant atmosphere that focuses on our Community Associations, homeowners and their happiness. That is where our Community Association Managers come in. They are our front lines of communication and efforts in keeping Homeowner Associations and Condominium Associations in line with their governing documents and looking beautiful. A career at Ardsley Management is an opportunity to work for a very well-respected, family style and high paced organization that has been successful in the Indianapolis area for more than 30 years.
The mission of Ardsley Management Corporation is to provide accounting, administrative and community association management services of the highest standards. Our objective is to protect and enhance property values of communities through our expertise in curb appeal, grounds maintenance and the preservation of structures.
Ardsley Management Offers:
- Competitive Salary
- Paid Holidays
- Full Benefits
- Assigned existing Portfolio and New Properties
- On-going Training
- Vehicle Allowance
Qualifications for Property Manager:
- Stable Work History
- Ability to thrive in a high-activity environment
- Basic Computer Skills
- Excellent Communication, Planning and Organizational Skills
- Strong Work Ethic with the Ability to Self-Manage
- Solid driving history and reliable transportation
- Experience is great but not required
IF YOU HAVE EXPERIENCE OR ARE A CURRENT CONDO MANAGER CALL NOW!!!
If this sounds like a good fit for you, please contact us with your resume and salary requirements.
Community Association Manager
The Helsing Group, Inc., a leading consulting and management firm, is hiring a Community Association Manager to work in our company headquarters located in San Ramon, CA. If your skills, enthusiasm, and professionalism are consistent with the job requirements and commensurate with our reputation as a leader in the industry, we want to hear from you. We look forward to the opportunity to add an outstanding new member to our growing professional team!
Initally, during a training period, you will be working in Customer Service and as an Assistant Community Association Manager. After a training period you will be assigned to a team of Community Association Managers, managing a portfolio of 6 to 10 Homeowners Associations located within the greater Bay Area.
Job duties include, but are not limited to:
- assisting Association Boards of Directors in formulating policy
- guiding Boards of Directors to ensure they are following applicable laws and their governing documents
- day-to day implementation of the policies of the Associations
- maintaining corporate records and maintenance records for the Associations
- scheduling common area maintenance and preparing work orders
- reviewing vendor invoices
- site inspections
- preparing correspondence including Meeting Notices, violation letters for CC&R enforcement, and other correspondence
- compiling Board of Directors Meeting Agendas and Board Meeting packets
- facilitating Board Meetings, and reporting to the Board of Directors at Board Meetings
- taking Meeting Minutes and manager's notes at Board Meetings
- implementing directives from Boards of Directors
- reviewing Association Financial Statements
- assisting in the preparation of recommended Association Annual Budget for each Association
- communicating with homeowners, Board members, committees, developers, vendors, and others
The position of Community Association Manager requires some work outside of our office (approximately 20% of time) for site inspections and Board Meetings, and some evening work for Board Meetings. The position requires 40 regular hours a week plus occasional overtime hours. As a condition of employment, candidate must pass a background check, and have a valid drivers license, a clean driving record, a reliable vehicle, and proof of automobile liability insurance.
Successful candidate will possess the following attributes:
- ability to read and understand association CC&R's and other governing documents
- ability to review, understand, and explain Association Financial Statements
- ability to comprehend complex concepts and develop in-depth understanding of legal documents such as CC&R's and contracts
- ability to develop an in-depth knowledge of Davis-Sterling and other laws that pertain to Community Associations
- time management and follow through skills
- people skills
- telephone communication skills
- public speaking skills and the ability to facilitate Board Meetings
- professional appearance, demeanor, and communication skills
- written communication skills including documentation skills
- proficiency using MS Office programs, with good typing skills
- ability to use advance planning and proper procedures to obtain bids from vendors and schedule necessary or required maintenance from maintenance schedules, maintenance manuals, and Board directives
- strong basic math skills
- attention to detail
- commitment to maintaining high standards in performance, learning and expectations
- commitment to attaining increasingly higher levels of understanding and efficiency
- good judgment
- strong work ethic
- positive attitude
Compensation: $44,000 to $52,000 based on experience
Benefits include: Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Group Medical, Company Retirement Plan, Mileage Reimbursement.
To learn more about The Helsing Group, Inc., visit our website at www.helsing.com.
We love it when we can assist our clients! That's why we have the best and most creative people in the industry on hand to assist our clients with their needs. From advising our Boards in governance matters, assisting homeowners in their daily needs, and consulting through reserve studies and maintenance services - our range of services are result oriented and lead the industry.
WE ARE AN EMPLOYEE OWNED COMPANY
Executive Director-Non Profit Tennis Association
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for all of the San Antonio Tennis Association, Inc.’s (SATA’s) programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ED will initially develop deep knowledge of core programs, operations, finances and business plans.
Leadership & Management:
- Act as an advocate for the sport of tennis, the tennis community, and SATA, Inc. as stated in SATA’s mission.
- Develop, maintain, and support the SATA board in cooperation with the Board President, vice presidents and secretary as needed, including establishing meeting agendas, correspondence, and supporting committee chairs as well as and carrying out board directives. Seek and build board involvement with strategic direction for ongoing local operations.
- Ensure ongoing local programmatic excellence, program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, marketing, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the goals outlined in the SATA Strategic Plan.
- Actively engage and energize SATA volunteers, board members, event committees, tennis organizations and professionals, and funding and partnering organizations including the City of San Antonio, the USTA Texas Section, and corporations and foundations.
- Lead, coach, develop, evaluate and retain SATA’s office team--employees and contractors.
- Ensure effective systems to track scaling progress, and regularly evaluate program components so as to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other constituents.
- Maintain official records, documents, policies, procedures, and manuals for all aspects of SATA.
- Develop and maintain sound financial operational practices; with the finance committee and treasurer, prepare budgets, assure operation within budget, and assist with reporting and audits as necessary.
- Manage the operation of McFarlin Tennis Center under contract with the City of San Antonio.
- Maintain oversight of all social media.
Fundraising & Communications:
- Expand local revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and expansion.
- Expand and support revenue from grants.
- Deepen and refine all aspects of communications—from web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a better and broader community understanding of SATA programs and goals.
- Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities for fundraising and programs.
Planning & New Business:
- Manage the strategic business planning process for the program expansion into management of McFarlin Tennis Center, including court reservations, facility management, and sales of tennis related products, services and food and beverages.
- Continue and build new partnerships through relationships with local, regional and national tennis organizations and facilities, funders, and political and community leaders.
- Be an external presence that publishes and communicates program results with an emphasis on the successes of programs.
- Maintain all registrations with the IRS, USTA, and the State of Texas, as needed and required.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Communications, or related field
- Experience working with a USTA Community Tennis Association or similar
- Experience and knowledge of and demonstrated passion for the sport of tennis
- Minimum of two years’ of experience in non-profit sector management, plus 5 years’ general office experience, also managing employees
- Experience working with diverse group of volunteers and ability to engage participation
- Strong inter-personal and time management skills
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office software and tools, QuickBooks
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including strong public speaking ability, web and email marketing/communications
- Demonstrated interest in and commitment to tennis, sports and youth sports and community development, acting as ambassador for SATA
- Flexibility in work schedule
Licensed Community Association Manager
Management Company based in Coral Springs is seeking qualified, licensed manager to work on site at a homeowners association in Palm Beach County. Person must be experienced, no new CAMS please. Must have good computer skills, communication skills and be willing to visit the Coral Springs office once per week.
Must have experience at conducting routine violations, vendor supervision skills and ability to follow up. Must know how to run an effective Board meeting and render management advice with confidence.
Must be organized, hard working and have the ability to provide the board with direction on all matters regarding the HOA.
bilingual is preferred.
Program Coordinator - Association
Terrific opportunity for a Program Coordinator at a nationally recognized and influential health-related association in Bethesda, MD. This role is responsible for coordinating all administrative aspects of the association's on-site accreditation process for colleges and universities. Great work environment, professional and progressive with excellent salary and great benefits. This is a wonderful opportunity to grow your career while working for this important association.
- Provide administrative support to the on-site accreditation evaluation program including web postings, reviewer assignments, scheduling and hotel arrangements
- Monitor and manage accreditation evaluators
- Assist accreditation evaluator training group with materials and logistics
- Maintain data relating to costs of on-site evaluations and control for costs whenever possible
- Provide annual feedback on performance of evaluators
- Help design accreditation workshop materials
- Four years of experience in an association or non-profit
- Bachelor's degree preferred
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Advanced Microsoft Office skills
- A positive "Can do" attitude
This is a serious career growth opportunity in an excellent work environment. If you are qualified and interested, please reply back with your resume. Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you.
To be considered for this position, please include salary requirements with your resume submission.
This position will be responsible for providing client services to both professional trade association and society clients and reports to the Account Executive. The primary objective of the Administrative Coordinator is to effectively coordinate daily association operations at the direction of the Account Executive or Associate Director. It may require communications and independent interaction with volunteer leaders including Officers, Board Members, and Committee Chairs, as well as with the general membership and others associated with or interested in the association. This position is ideal for a recent graduate who is looking to develop their skills and grow within a fast-paced and dynamic organization.
- Assists the Account Executive and/or Associate Director, as part of a team, to research and manage programs
- Responds to industry and Association issues, as well as responds to member needs in a positive and professional manner
- Coordinates and administers client member programs and services at the direction of the Account Executive
- Crafts numerous correspondences to, the membership at large, committees, and Officers, and the Board on a constant basis
- Provides instruction for meeting logistics, advice, calls to action, requests for member intentions, and member benefits
- Administers conference calls, surveys, and abstract process as required
- Assists in the management of the membership database
- Reviews and proofreads all communication for accuracy
- Scribes minutes for meetings
- Completes all administrative and clerical tasks
Job Specifications (skills, knowledge, special training):
- Requires excellent business communication skills, both written and verbal
- Sharp attention to detail with strong organizational skills
- Superior Microsoft office application and database management experience
- Ability to organize details with minimal supervision
- Work collaboratively with functional support departments
- Ability to prioritize assignments in a multi-task fast-pace environment
Education and Work Experience:
- Bachelor's degree required
- 1-3 years administrative or association experience preferred
We offer excellent medical benefits including short-term/long-term disability, 401K, and paid time off. e/o/e
Job Type: Full-time
Job Type: Full-time
Entry Level Program Coordinator, Association Conferences
Experience in events is required.
The Program Coordinator adds value to the organization by providing administrative support to ensure that conferences and events projects are implemented flawlessly, on time and with high quality. This role is responsible for maintaining the activity schedule for conference planning and supporting the execution of projects, continuously innovating and improving processes to streamline and enhance the attendee and presenter conference experience.
The ideal candidate:
- Maintains valuable relationships with external vendors, members, attendees, affiliates, presenters, and internal staff to achieve optimal results from all conferences and departmental projects.
- Works with conference presenters to share information and respond to queries. Supports the presenter proposal process with external vendors.
- Collaborates with key stakeholders from Marketing, Production, Editing, and Design Services to produce effective conference collateral.
- Contributes to various conference projects and represents organization at conferences and events as needed.
- Provides content for conference website pages.
- Maintains information on team sites to provide integrated access to unit content for appropriate audiences.
- Contributes project recommendations and ideas. Supports conferences and events staff with special projects as needed.
- Responsible for tracking and follow-through on assigned work group and unit projects.
While working under supervision the ideal candidate will employ some latitude to apply standard procedures to problem solving. Candidate is expected to contribute to team meetings and to balance tasks and administrative work with a greater emphasis on administrative work with discretion to draft communication to outside and inside stakeholders.
Bachelor's degree or 3-5 years work experience required.
Experience in events required.
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