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JOB POSTING:  ONSITE MANAGER

Westwind Management Group, Inc. has an opening for an onsite manager in a well-established, respected, large-scale single family community (1851 homes) in the southeast metro area.  

This independent onsite position offers creative flexibility and is ideal for a high quality, self-reliant professional who thrives on individual accountability and problem-solving. 

Because no other staff members are located at the onsite office, this manager is primarily responsible for their own organizational systems and communication and must enjoy interacting with residents, contractors and volunteer leaders in the community, as well as dealing directly with oversight of amenities such as a pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, playgrounds and common areas and conducting covenant compliance inspections.  The overall focus on community enhancements, procedural improvements, and other detail driven items along with the opportunity to build stronger, more meaningful relationships with Board Members, vendors and homeowners alike, are very rewarding aspects of the job.

The individual selected for this position would join the Westwind Management Group, Inc. professional family, and have a team at the office which provides support in management, governance and accounting for the Community; they include an Association Business Manager as a direct supervisor, support from the Association Business Manager’s Assistant, and an Accounting Representative who would handle owner accounts, payables & receivables.  

We have been in the business of providing excellence in community association management and accounting for over 30 years and we offer competitive benefits, including 100% of the employee’s health care premiums being paid.

Position Requires:          

·         Knowledge of generally accepted management practices and procedures.

·         Ability to read, understand and implement requirements of the Association governing documents and Association guidelines and Board directives.

·         Strong use of business English, vocabulary, spelling and mathematics skills.

·         Ability to coordinate all functions of association operations.

·         Ability to research problems and prepare written, detailed recommendations for resolution.

·         Ability to relate effectively with Board members, Committee members, Association members and Vendors.

·         Ability to work independently and without direct supervision on the site.

·         CMCA® certification and State of Colorado CAM License                

·         PCAM® and / or LSM® designations are a plus

·         Minimum of 3 years Community Management Experience

·         Ability to attend two (2) night-time meetings per month. 

If you are interested, please send your resume to rana@westwindmanagement.com.  You are also welcome to email or contact Rana at 303-369-1800, ext. 121 if you have any questions regarding the position.

JOB POSTING:  ASSOCIATION ACCOUNTING REPRESENTATIVE

Excellent Job Opportunity in our Accounting Department! If you are looking to join a professional family which delivers the highest quality Service with Passion, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation and Transparency in a friendly and positive work environment, then check us out!  www.westwindmanagement.com

We have an Association Accounting Representative position which has recently opened up and are now accepting resumes. If you are interested, please email to chris@westwindmanagement.com.

JOB POSTING:  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION PORTFOLIO MANAGER

Harmony Management Group, Inc. a growing boutique HOA Management firm in Denver Colorado is recruiting for a committed, experienced and enthusiastic Community Association Portfolio Manager to join our team.  

Are you tired of a highly-structured corporate work environment?  Do you want to utilize the latest in technology and work for a small to mid-size company that is flexible and emphasizes life balance?  

If you are committed to the HOA and property management industry, then we want to talk to you!

We provide a relaxed, but professional and friendly work environment. We are looking for the right fit - a self-motivated individual who can work autonomously while staying connected with the overall team. If you enjoy working in a unique office situation, making a contribution where it truly matters and is appreciated, you will thrive in your position at Harmony Management Group! We offer modern-day HOA technology to make you more productive in your position.  We have a corporate office but most of our team members work remotely and at their own pace.  Our staff knows their responsibilities, caters to the client, and meets the expectations of both. 

Candidate must have previous direct experience as a Portfolio Manager and the ability to manage an existing portfolio of HOA Communities.

ABOUT THE POSITION

Under the direction of multiple Boards of Directors, the Community Association Manager position is primarily responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of a portfolio of Community Associations.  Candidates must know how to oversee contract administration, manage budgets and financial matters.  The Community Manager advises the Board of Directors and communicates with homeowners in the daily management of each association's business and operations.

Candidate must possess excellent communication and organizational skills; a high degree of professionalism; and excellent communicative and computer skills. Must have superior leadership skills, a strong operational background, and be willing to operate via a collaborative approach to community management. Must be able to perform and/or manage multiple tasks, projects and priorities concurrently with a positive attitude and approach.

EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS

(includes but is not limited to)

The ideal candidate will have expertise in the following areas:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in HOA and/or Residential Management Policies and Procedures (ability to interpret governing documents & reference applicable state laws)
  • An ability to work independently and be self-motivated, but with accountability to the owner for all responsibilities
  • Possess a strong working knowledge and high skill level of computers, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office Suite/Office 365, word processing and database management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to professionally communicate with homeowners and Board of Directors 
  • Strong analytical, problem solving skills and sound judgment
  • Proficient at time management, prioritization, organization, detail oriented and independent worker
  • Ability to provide exceptional customer service skills
  • Able to take initiative and have a "get it done" attitude
  • Demonstrates a professional and team oriented presence
  • Be comfortable with public speaking in small and large groups 
  • Attend all board, special and committee meetings as required 
  • Must possess and use good interpersonal skills with other employees and the public 
  • Administer the community and all common area property
  • Coordinate, manage and direct all activities pertaining to financial reports, budgeting, audits and tax preparation
  • Conduct research and manage special projects as directed by the Board of Directors
  • Perform site-inspections of properties monitoring and managing covenant compliance, safety, maintenance and community services

PRIMARY ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

(includes but is not limited to)

  • Manage day-to-day HOA operations for communities in assigned portfolio 
  • Monitor and manage safety and community services 
  • Confers with Homeowners' Association Board of Directors to collaborate and determine management priorities.
  • Organize and conduct board meetings, annual meetings, and community events 
  • Manage financial tasks, analyze financial reports and coordinate the budgeting process 
  • Arrange and monitor maintenance contracts and work orders 
  • Maintains good public relations and interacts with clients, customers, and co-workers in a positive, respectful and professional manner at all times.
  • Manage special projects as directed by the Board of Directors 
  • Monitor communities and assist with management covenant compliance and enforcement 
  • Maintain the official records for each association 
  • Coordinate mailings, meeting packets, and community newsletters and updates 
  • Evaluates financial status of the Association and prepares annual budgets for review
  • Attends board meetings, presents property manager report, and assists in administrative tasks
  • Responsible for publishing newsletters and coordinating delivery or mailings
  • Updates the Board of Directors on current industry developments
  • Coordinates and arranges meetings, prepares agendas, records and transcribes minutes of meetings
  • Coordinate meeting packets including preparation of manager's report, 7 days prior to scheduled meetings
  • Oversee Reserve Studies, researches issues and presents Board of Directors with recommendations
  • Determines work procedures, prepares work schedules and expedites workflow
  • Oversees collection of monthly assessments from residents, including lien and legal notices
  • Directs activities of On-Site Managers including maintenance, janitorial, guard, and grounds-keeping staff who perform routine repairs, maintain buildings and grounds, and patrol area to maintain secure environment of complex
  • Arranges for and obtains bids, oversees activities of contract service representatives such as landscapers, exterminators, trash collectors, major repair contractors, utility service repairers, and swimming pool management personnel
  • Provides authorization for payment of invoices in accordance with the management contract
  • Maintains contact with insurance carrier, fire protection, police department, and other agencies having jurisdiction over property to ensure that association is complying with codes and regulations of each agency
  • Investigates resident disturbances, violations, or complaints, and resolves problems in accordance with regulations established by Board of Directors
  • Manages the compliance programs and policies as approved under the direction of the Board of Directors
  • Familiar with vendor management and construction and maintenance issues
  • Ability to keep organized, multitask, problem solve and meet deadlines
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to work independently and prioritize daily workload
  • Ability to address problems and issues constructively to find mutually acceptable and practical business solutions and maintain professionalism
  • Demonstrated professionalism and integrity a must.
  • Foster community cooperation through education and mediation
  • Ensure timely and accurate preparation of the various reports
  • Answer all e-mail and telephone correspondence from homeowners and Boards in a timely manner. 
  • All employees are expected to perform any reasonable work requested that falls within the qualification but not specifically described.

 EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION
• Minimum two (2) years of related experience within the property management industry
• CMCA Certified required
• AMS and/or PCAM designations preferred
• Colorado CAM License Required

Colorado driver’s license and insurance required. Must have reliable transportation to conduct site visits and be available for evening meetings and occasional weekend meeting/community walk through.

JOB BENEFITS
Harmony Management Group offers a competitive salary based on experience

Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation

All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Harmony Management Group ( http://info@harmonymanagement.biz )   Submissions that do not include salary requirements will NOT be considered. 


JOB POSTING:  EXPERIENCED MANAGER

SCM is a mid-sized, boutique community management company in Denver and we are adding an experienced manager for a complex community in western Denver. The community includes a Metropolitan District, multiple HOAs, a pool and clubhouse with life style programming and an active social committee. At SCM we are not about collecting associations and management fees, we enjoy this business, interacting with homeowners and helping people develop their communities. While we manage associations with cost containment as a daily goal, our corporate mission is to provide the highest quality HOA management services available on the Front Range. We are looking for like-minded professionals to be a part of our management family. 

SCM is located in western Arvada in the heart of ultra sweet Olde Town and our open communities are western front range. Current CAM license is required. References including happy Board members and owners are also a requirement. Experience with large, complex, multi-entity communities and lifestyle programming is highly desired. We are a fast-growing management company with downtown and suburban communities, HOA, Party Wall and Special District communities and a residential through commercial portfolio. There is a wide range of opportunities to grow with SCM. 

Primary Job Functions: 

Monthly financial analysis and reporting to board 

Project and Vendor scope, contracting, coordination and management 

Property inspections for service contract performance, covenant enforcement and Architectural compliance. 

Annual budget preparation, forecasting and presentation to board/owners 

Task and project tracking, follow through and progress reporting to key stakeholders. 

Support social committee in planning and staging events 

Build and maintain strong relationships with board member and homeowners. 

Quickly address action items and feedback in a professional and complete manner to board members and owners. 

Produce monthly/quarterly Board of Director packets including executive summary, minutes, financials, correspondence and related Association business. 

Requirements:

Colorado CAM license is required, or candidate must be able to obtain license within the first six months on the job. This process includes fingerprinting with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and a background check. 

Minimum five years of experience in property management or community association management is required, preferably managing large communities or a portfolio of complex communities. 

Exemplary verbal and written communication skills in English. Ability to read, comprehend and write complex correspondence and effectively communicate with board members and homeowners using diplomacy and tact. 

Bachelor's degree preferred. 

Proficient with Microsoft Office applications - Excel, Word, Publisher, Outlook 

Proficient with Jenark preferred. 

Flexible schedule including some weekends and evenings. 

Pay is 50k plus company incentives.


EMAIL: scott.bristol@scmhoa.com


JOB POSTING:  YEAR ROUND - PROPERTY RESORT MANAGER

Keystone Resort Property Management is the premier property management company in Keystone Resort, providing comprehensive management services to homeowner associations as well as individual homeowners renting their units on a short term basis.  The Community Association Manager (PM II) focuses on the management of a portfolio of four homeowner associations in Keystone Resort.  Working at the direction of and in partnership with the Executive Boards of these communities, the PM II will oversee the community operations across four communities, including approximately 350 residential units and common elements such as lawns, roofs, elevators, corridors, pools and hot tubs. The Community Association Manager works closely with the Vacation Rental Manager in the portfolio to deliver Vail Resorts’ mission of Experience of a Lifetime to homeowners and guests of the property. Success in this position requires strong financial acumen, well-maintained properties and satisfied boards, homeowners and guests.  The ideal candidate takes great pride in problem solving and overcoming challenges.  No two days look the same in community association management.

Primary Job Functions:

 

·         Monthly financial analysis and variance reporting to board members

·         Ongoing capital planning, contractor/vendor coordination and property inspections

·         Annual budget preparation, forecasting and presentation to board/owners

·         Ongoing vendor coordination and follow up

·         Daily property walks, documented and action taken upon findings with onsite staff to maintain the property to the standards as set by the Executive Boards.

·         Task and project tracking, follow through and progress reporting to key stakeholders.

·         Build and maintain strong relationships with board member and homeowners within the association.

·         Provide exceptional service to boards, homeowners and guests of owners.  Quickly address action items and feedback in a professional and complete manner.

·         Coordinate, prepare for and facilitate executive board meetings, annual member meetings and special meetings.

·         Interview, hire, train and coach on-property staff, both management and front line, to carry out the mission and expectations of the association.                                                                                                                          

Requirements

·         Colorado CAM (community association manager) license is required, or candidate must be able to obtain license within the first six months on the job.  This process includes fingerprinting with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and a background check. 

·         CMCA, AMS or PCAM certification is strongly preferred

·         Minimum five years of experience in property management or community association management is required, preferably in a resort setting managing a portfolio of multiple communities.

·         Exemplary verbal and written communication skills in English. Ability to read, comprehend and write complex correspondence and effectively communicate with guests and homeowners using diplomacy and tact required. Writing sample will be required in later rounds of review.

·         Demonstrated knowledge maintenance and building systems associated with large condominium complexes.

·         Bachelor's degree strongly preferred.

·         Proficient with Microsoft Office applications - Excel, Word, Outlook

·         Ability to lift up to 30 lbs and stand for long periods of time.

·         A valid driver's license required.

·         Flexible schedule including some weekends, nights and holidays.

Pay is 55k plus company and association specific incentives.

EMAIL: Mcoon2@vailresorts.com

JOB POSTING:  ASSOCIATION MANAGER

Association Managers Needed.

We are a family owned company with 70+ HOA’s all over Denver.  Of course, we want all the attributes of a good HOA manager so I don’t want to bore you.

What we have to offer is an exceptional company with help for all our managers. We have assistants to help, we have a separate covenant compliance department and inspector to help, we have a full accounting staff in State to help.  We don’t take minutes, we have help!  Above average salary for CAM license. We will pay for all your continuing education. Health and 401 is here.  Call us for an interview. ACM- 303-233-4646, Cici-303-4725423=text

JOB POSTING:  SUPERVISOR FOR HOA SERVICES

Reports To:    President/CEO

Salary:            Exempt

Customary behavior: To consciously, specifically, intentionally practice behaviors consistent with company Values.

Function: Facilitate, advise and assist Board of Directors and Committees in the management of the Community.

Company:  AMI, Advanced Management, LLC - Come join a fun, supportive and caring team that believes in quality of service and long term employee and client success.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  (Other duties may be assigned.)

  • Prepare annual budgets at least 90 days prior to year end and absorption schedules as necessary and based upon services contracted and fees paid.
  • Plan, schedule, organize and hold annual meetings of the Association.
  •  Work with Client Services to establish and maintain Community(s) website (SenEarthCo) to ensure accuracy of information, communication and the delivery of services to homeowners. 
  • Create and Conduct New Homeowner Orientation Meetings as requested by the Board.
  • Coordinate with service providers on projects and ensure timely payment of invoices. 
  • Perform property inspections per contractual terms, making maintenance recommendations and noting violations related to the Association’s governing documents.
  • Procure bids for all services provided by the Association including insurance, maintenance, taxes and audits, landscape services, pools, etc.
  • Employ, or contracts for services of maintenance and grounds keeping personnel and onsite management personnel, if required.
  • Advise Board of Directors on preventative maintenance programs.
  • Responsible for the timely development of monthly/quarterly Board of Director packets including executive summary, minutes, financials, correspondence and related Association business.
  • Draft minutes from Board of Director meetings as to actions taken at the meeting at least within seven days following the meeting.
  • Work closely with Association’s legal counsel and auditor.
  • Review and understand financial statement in order to advise Board of Directors as it relates to Association’s financial status, operating budget and variances.
  • Review and approve invoices received from vendors for payment processing and disbursement as directed by AP systems and processes.
  • Work with Accounting Department as related to accounts receivable and processing monthly financials for each community.
  • Initiate and maintain strong and productive client relationship management strategies and tactics to ensure continuous award of additional services, other contracts, and referrals. 
  • Manage the renewal contract process for each client by reviewing the current rate, advising the appropriate increase, generating the contract renewal, reviewing the contract, presenting and closing the renewal with the Board and ensuring returned contracts are signed and placed in designated contract files.
  • Maintain a strong presence in the community.
  • Participate in Community Manager meetings as assigned and in conjunction with assignments from President.  

Education and/or Experience

·         Minimum two (2) year related experience within the property management industry.

·         Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college preferred.

·         CAI, CMCA and/or equivalent work related experience 

·         CAM license preferred but not required. 

Performance Standards: 

·         On-Time Delivery of Board Packets and Meeting Minutes

·         Accurate and Completed Discussion and Action Items 

·         Accurate and Timely Owner Notices and Mailings

·         Understanding of Community Financials

·         Accurate and Timely Invoices and Coding

·         Accurate and Up to Date Legal Review 

·         Accurate and Timely Annual Budget Preparation and Presentation

·         Inspections and Violations are completed, reviewed, escalated and closed 

·         Accurate and On-Going Updates to website

·         Responsiveness to Support Departments and Team Members

·         Clear and Timely Communication with Board Members and Homeowners

·         Deadlines and Request for Information are Delivered 

·         Client Retention

Direct all inquires to Ricardo Lases: ricardo@amihoa.com

JOB POSTING:  SUPERVISOR FOR HOA SERVICES

Duties:The HOA Supervisor generally oversees the daily operations of covenant enforcement and related services for the GVR Metropolitan District through a contractual agreement with the Master Homeowners Association for Green Valley Ranch.  Heavy focus on covenant enforcement, property inspection, and interface with property owners to administer HOA functions.

Knowledge and Abilities:

Must have strong Customer Service experience, managerial experience, college degree and a CAM License is required (may be completed within 12 months of starting date). 

Experience:

Must have prior HOA management experience.

Supervisor experience of 5 or more years preferred.  

Salary:

Starting pay is $48,000 with an excellent benefit package including paid time off, holidays, PERA benefits including health insurance

Evening and weekend work and meeting attendance required.


Resumes and/or applications received until Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 5:00 P.M.

Submit resume and application to: Micaela Duffy

District Manager

GVR Metropolitan District

18650 E. 45th Ave.

Denver, CO  80249

Fax:  (303) 307-3250

Email:  Jobs@gvrmetrodistrict.com 


GVR Metropolitan District is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

JOB POSTING:  ONSITE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGER

Company Name: Advance HOA Management, Inc.

Website: www.advancehoa.com

Position Title: On-Site Community Association Manager

Industry: Community Management

Job Function: On-Site Manager – 55+ Community

Job Type: Full-Time

Location: Broomfield

Job Description:

Advance HOA Management is actively seeking qualified candidates to serve as an onsite HOA Manager for a large 55+ community in the Broomfield area.  The selected candidate will conduct all duties necessary for the effective day-to-day management of community associations in accordance with Board policies and procedures, while demonstrating a style of leadership that allows community needs to be met with a high level of satisfaction.

Essential Skills and Responsibilities:

  • Leadership:  Lead community governance, policies, and initiatives.
  • Customer Service:  Strong sense and high standard for customer service.
  • Problem Solving:  Solve problems creatively and proactively.
  • Initiative:  Think, work, and make independent decisions based on sound judgment.
  • Attitude:  Project enthusiastic, positive and professional demeanor.
  • Written Communication:  Reports, membership correspondence, newsletters, agendas
  • Oral Communication:  One-on-one, small and large groups.
  • Administrative:  Budget preparation, board meeting preparation, reports, record keeping systems.
  • Maintenance: Manage vendors, contracts, RFPs, performance.
  • Technology (Computer Skills): Demonstrate proficiency inMicrosoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Education: 4-year degree in preferred – but not required
  • Experience: Minimum 2 year related experience within property management industry
  • Licensure: Colorado Association Manager (CAM)

Criminal background, motor vehicle, education background and professional references screening will be completed before hire. Salary DOE.

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION: Submit resume, salary requirements, and professional references to advance@advancehoa.com

JOB POSTING:  PORTFOLIO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGER

Company Name: Advance HOA Management, Inc.

Website: www.advancehoa.com

Position Title: Community Association Manager

Industry: Community Management

Job Function: Portfolio Manager

Job Type: Full-Time

Location: DTC Area and/or Broomfield

Job Description:

Advance HOA Management is actively seeking qualified candidates to serve as HOA Managers for either our North or DTC area offices.  The selected candidates will conduct all duties necessary for the effective day-to-day management of community associations in accordance with Board policies and procedures, while demonstrating a style of leadership that allows community needs to be met with a high level of satisfaction.

Essential Skills and Responsibilities:

  • Leadership:  Lead community governance, policies, and initiatives.
  • Customer Service:  Strong sense and high standard for customer service.
  • Problem Solving:  Solve problems creatively and proactively.
  • Initiative:  Think, work, and make independent decisions based on sound judgment.
  • Attitude:  Project enthusiastic, positive and professional demeanor.
  • Written Communication:  Reports, membership correspondence, newsletters, agendas
  • Oral Communication:  One-on-one, small and large groups.
  • Administrative:  Budget preparation, board meeting preparation, reports, record keeping systems.
  • Maintenance: Manage vendors, contracts, RFPs, performance.
  • Technology (Computer Skills): Demonstrate proficiency inMicrosoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Education: 4-year degree in preferred – but not required
  • Experience: Minimum 2 year related experience within property management industry
  • Licensure: Colorado Association Manager (CAM)

Criminal background, motor vehicle, education background and professional references screening will be completed before hire. Salary DOE.

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION: Submit resume, salary requirements, and professional references to advance@advancehoa.com

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