South Carolina

Title Community Manager
Categories South Carolina
Location Charleston, SC
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position at Cainhoy Town Association in Charleston, SC!

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Community Association required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract.  The Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as advisor to the Board and volunteer committees regarding policies and procedures.

The Community Manager oversees daily office functions ensuring that the needs and requests of the residents are dealt with; maintains all association records; ensures that all association correspondence and notices are accurate and timely; monitors the community newsletter; contributes a regular management column and items to clarify board actions and policies; ensures that activities, events and pertinent information are included in the newsletter; ensures that the association’s liability and damage insurance policies conform with requirements of the governing documents and applicable law; develops and implements a risk management program under the Board’s direction; develops and administers the annual operating and reserve budget; recruits, hires, supervises and evaluates site employees in accordance with CCMC personnel guidelines; oversees operation and maintenance of all association facilities, works with Division Accounting department to ensure proper documentation of contracts, invoices and other expenses in order to ensure timely payment of bills and production of monthly financial statements, and year-end external audits.

The ideal candidate will have an extensive knowledge of federal and state laws governing the operation of community associations; good working knowledge of the community’s governing documents and rules; excellent people skills and proven ability to maintain working relationships with residents and volunteers; superior communication and networking ability; strong speaking and writing skills; strong organizational, supervisory and conflict resolution skills; computer skills in Windows environment; ability to learn and train others on VMS software; a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration or related field; a minimum five years of progressively responsible experience and growth in the community association industry or management equivalent in a related field i.e. country club, hospitality, city management or military; must have a valid driver’s license and current vehicle liability insurance.

Work is undertaken indoors in both an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections; must be able to work longer than an eight-hour day or a forty-hour week; must be able to respond to after-hours emergencies as necessary. Preferred qualifications include proven industry expertise with two years of large-scale community management experience; minimum CAI credential of CMCA designation, with ability and intention to obtain the PCAM designation; minimum state credential necessary to qualify for any required state certification or licensing.

Point Hope is located within the City of Charleston, and is an extension of the incredible walkability, history and culture that have earned the city countless accolades.  The city’s famed historic district and the region’s beaches, festivals and countless attractions are all within an easy drive, ready to be explored.  Point Hope has thoroughly planned trails that meander throughout the community, connecting residents with the land, its history and one another.  With a walkable core of shops and restaurants plus some of the region’s top schools.  Point Hope is a place where meaningful living comes naturally.  The land has an extraordinary  history, serving as a beloved family gathering place for generations and holding stories from centuries before.  Every home in Point Hope is designed with intention.  While deeply rooted in the heritage of the Lowcountry, the costal contemporary designs are fresh, simpler and reflect a strong connection to the outdoors.  Architectural elements include deep front porches and generous overhands for both function and beautiful visual interest. 

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to Melissa McCoy at

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