Role: Administrative and Community Standards

Title Front Desk Associate (part-time)
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards, Role: Other
Location Goodyear, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Front Desk Associate position available at Estrella in Goodyear, AZ!

We have multiple positions open, so this is an excellent opportunity for someone who would either like to get their foot into a growing, thriving organization and potentially work into a broader role over time, or someone who is simply looking for a flexible, challenging, fun, part-time position within an amazing community!

The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of customer/guest relations experience along with a background in administrative support, excellent technical/computer skills including Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and database administration. Candidate must be outgoing with a professional personality, a sense of humor, a positive outlook, patience and self-control. Qualified applicant will display the following: strong attention to detail; ability to problem solve; ability to maintain confidential information; strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to work independently or with a group; and ability to meet a high standard of customer service. Flexibility in scheduling is a must. The role offers approximately 20 hours per week; weekend shifts and holidays required.

Located 17 miles from downtown Phoenix, Estrella provides a lakeside mountain oasis nestled in the Sierra Estrella Mountains in the Sonoran Desert Valley. The community offers more than 500 acres of parks and open space including 72 acres of lakes for boating and fishing, the Starpointe Residents Club, Presidio Residents Club, hiking trails, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, and is home to a Nicklaus- design championship golf course. The community is currently Declarant controlled.

If you are interested, please email Mary Ann Brungardt at mbrungardt@ccmcnet.com.



Title Covenants Coordiantor
Categories Location: Utah, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Draper, UT
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Covenants Coordinator available at SunCrest in Draper, Utah!

Reporting to the Community Standards Manager, this position will be responsible for daily community inspections to enforce the covenants and design guidelines on the exterior of units and lots within Daybreak Community Association. The Covenants Coordinator is an essential part of the site team working to communicate and educate owners with respect to their obligation to the governing documents and design guidelines while promoting a positive sense of community. The position requires a working and developing knowledge of the governing documents. The inspection process includes taking photographs in the field and utilizing Smartwebs, Jenark and Excel. The Covenants Coordinator attends committee, project and annual meetings that involve community standards. This position requires researching, analyzing and organizing information. Strong time management skills are highly valued. This candidate will be instrumental in working closely with homeowners to resolve issues and questions in a time-effective manner. Promoting a high level of service, responding to phone calls and emails, and attention to detail are all necessary skills.  The ability to multi-task and work well under pressure, while maintaining strong relationships are key components to this position. The position will also monitor incoming resale requests and architectural compliance.

The ideal candidate will possess an associate’s degree from an accredited college, and at least two years’ experience in a similar position. A working knowledge of the violation and fine process preferred. The job requires effective communication orally and in writing; conflict resolution skills, and strong computer skills with MS Office. Experience in a community association setting, education, design, landscaping, or construction fields are encouraged. This position may require occasional participation in evening meetings.

Work is both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Candidate must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties.

All potential employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check. Candidate must possess a vehicle for daily inspections, valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance. Mileage reimbursement will be provided with vehicle usage while performing inspections.

SunCrest is a master planned community encompassing 3,900 acres of canyon, trails, gambel oak, and homes high on the east bench of Draper, Utah, just 15 miles south of Salt Lake City.  We are located minutes from Interstate 15 at the intersection of Traverse Ridge Road and SunCrest Drive.  It is SunCrest’s location that makes it one of the most coveted places to live in Utah.  Not only does the location atop Traverse Ridge afford its residents incredible 360-degree panoramic views of the Salt Lake Valley, Mount Timpanogas, Utah Lake, and the best sunsets in the state, but it also gives residents the luxury of living a relaxed mountain-top lifestyle while being only minutes from both of Utah’s biggest metropolitan areas.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Holly Walther at hwalther@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Irving, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Valley Ranch in Irving, TX!

Using independent judgment, the Community Standards Coordinator manages the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, community standards in compliance with State law, the governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues.  This requires a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the State Statutes regarding due process.

The Community Standards Coordinator will perform inspections of homes and businesses for compliance with community guidelines; oversee the design review process; and enforce the Design Guidelines for modifications to the exterior of homes or businesses.  They are also responsible for tracking and coordination of the fine process, including notifications, verifications, and file maintenance.   They will create agendas, minutes, and assist the community in the education and understanding of the guidelines.

The Coordinator will also work closely with the Architectural Review Committee in accepting, reviewing, and recording applications submitted by residents for exterior changes.   This will include preparation of applications for ARC meetings, agendas, minutes, and correspondence.  Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and business owners while providing the highest standard of customer service.

The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, have the ability to form strong relationships, have conflict resolution skills and excellent people skills, and a good working knowledge of Valley Ranch Community Association policies and procedures.  Strong computer skills will contribute to the success of this position.  Experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field are a plus, but not required.

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting community inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and may need to walk short distances at times to inspect homes along canal walkways.

Association vehicle provided for community inspections.  Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance.

Candidates must have a flexible schedule and be willing to able to work after-hours and on weekends as needed to assist in lifestyle events.

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

The residents of Valley Ranch choose to live here for the lifestyle. The community is a very active family oriented area. On any given day you will see many residents taking advantage of the five miles of scenic canal walkways. These lushly landscaped walkways are perfect for jogging or an afternoon stroll. There are also 4 city parks including an Aquatic Center as well as 3 association parks for the resident’s enjoyment.

If you are interested in this position, please email Marie Herrera at mherrera@ccmcnet.com.



Title Resident Services Associate
Categories Location: Florida, Location: South Florida, Role: Administrative and Community Standards, Role: Other
Location Fort Myers, FL
Job Information

CCMC will have a full-time Resident Services Associate position at Babcock Ranch in Fort Myers, FL!

The Resident Services Associate reports to the Administrative Coordinator. The Resident Services Associate is responsible for the clerical administration for Babcock Ranch. Position is tasked with managing the front desk and seeing to the need of all visitors, callers, and general email and request
inboxes. The Resident Services Associate will answer incoming calls, emails and greet all persons arriving at the office, provide relevant information and direct requests or deliver accurate message appropriately; assist membership with payment options/methods; operate and maintain office equipment to include printers, copier, scanner, telephone and online services; prepare all outgoing mail or packages & use scales/ postage meters to affix postage, maintain sufficient postage; open, date stamp, log in, and appropriately disseminate all incoming mail and deliveries; update and maintain electronic lot files and other community documents; maintain a variety of association forms including welcome information; inventory, maintain and order office supplies; ensure appropriate Homeowner Files, Documents and Accounting files are processed and stored for proper retention online or hard copy, as appropriate; participate in community events and meetings; prepare and distribute periodic reports as assigned; contribute articles and pertinent information to the quarterly newsletter; perform community lot audit; process website login requests on a daily basis; review community concerns from residents through website app and disseminate appropriately.

The ideal candidate will have experience in homeowner association operations or administrative/clerical experience; communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Must have excellent telephone manner, with a commitment to the highest customer service possible; be highly organized and efficient in work ethic. Multi-tasker and self-starter; computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft programs, and other PC-based software; must be flexible and have a stable means of transportation; exercise independent judgment in carrying out instructions.

Babcock Ranch is an innovative new town that sets a completely new standard for sustainable, responsible growth. Located in Southwest Florida just north of Fort Myers, Babcock Ranch combines the best of America’s great hometown traditions with all the conveniences of today and tomorrow. From the largest solar-plus-storage system operating in the U.S. today, the expansive public green spaces and trails to the gigabyte of fiber-optic connectivity standard to every home and free Wi-Fi everywhere you may roam, it is a place where families can benefit from the most advanced technologies, then walk out their doors to reconnect with nature and neighbors. Babcock Ranch will ultimately include 19,500 homes and six million square feet of commercial space. Babcock Ranch has very robust Lifestyle program, hosting almost 150 lifestyle events annually.

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

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Carissa Pearce at cpearce@ccmcnet.com.



Title Office Receptionist
Categories Location: Florida, Location: North Florida, Role: Administrative and Community Standards, Role: Other
Location Tallahassee, FL
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Office Receptionist position at SouthWood in Tallahassee, FL!

The Receptionist will provide office assistance, membership support and clerical administration for the SouthWood Homeowners Association. Position is responsible for opening and closing the SRCA office, welcoming new community members, issuing pool/amenity cards and welcome packets, checking and sorting mail then distributing them to the appropriate team member, accept in person payments for pool cards and assessments, answering incoming calls and able to handle multiple lines at once; notating accurate messages and directing calls to the appropriate team member; maintain office supply inventory; serve as front line administrator for SRCA office; assist in processing community standards and ARC forms; assist in Art of Living events and coordinating community e-newsletter; prepare outgoing mail or packages; and ensure that homeowner files, documents and accounting files are stored properly; and most importantly ensuring that all callers and visitors are greeted in a friendly and informative manner.

We are looking for an outgoing Receptionist with a professional personality, a sense of humor, patience and self-control. Position is multi-faceted and supports the site management team in a variety of duties. To be considered, applicants will have minimum three years’ experience as a receptionist in a comparable professional environment, or approximately five years comparable work experience; will have demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills in English, be assertive, professional and adaptable, demonstrate good time management and organizational skills, and have demonstrated an ability to maintain confidentiality of business and personnel matters. Work is conducted primarily in an indoor environment. Candidates would be occasionally expected to lift and move up to 25 lbs. A typical weekly schedule is Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Candidates will be available to work a flexible schedule, including minor holidays, evenings and weekends when needed, and attend/assist with all Art of Living events as required.

An ideal candidate has the above qualifications and is organized, efficient, a self-starter with excellent multi-tasking skills, computer-literate with intermediate working-knowledge of Constant Contact, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; has professional experience in working independently and as part of a fast-paced team. The ideal candidate exercises independent and sound judgment in executing instructions, provides a professional personality and sense of humor, a positive outlook, patience and ability to get the job done in daily operations. The SouthWood community and office team expects, requires, and deserves an excellent customer service skillset. Our team shares a strong willingness and motivation for success – and the ideal candidate will fit well in this environment.

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

If you are interested, please email Mindy Zapien at mzapien@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Austin/San Antonio, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location San Antonio, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Cibolo Canyons in San Antonio, TX!

Using independent judgment, the Community Standards Coordinator manages the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, community standards in compliance with State law, the governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues.  This requires a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the State Statutes regarding due process.

The Community Standards Coordinator will perform inspections of homes and businesses for compliance with community guidelines; oversee the design review process; and enforce the Design Guidelines for modifications to the exterior of homes or businesses.  They are also responsible for tracking and coordination of the fine process, including notifications, verifications, and file maintenance.   They will create agendas, minutes, and assist the community in the education and understanding of the guidelines.

The Coordinator will also work closely with the Architectural Review Committee in accepting, reviewing, and recording applications submitted by residents for exterior changes.   This will include preparation of applications for ARC meetings, agendas, minutes, and correspondence.  Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and business owners while providing the highest standard of customer service.

The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, have the ability to form strong relationships, have conflict resolution skills and excellent people skills, and a good working knowledge of Valley Ranch Community Association policies and procedures.  Strong computer skills will contribute to the success of this position.  Experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field are a plus, but not required.

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting community inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and may need to walk short distances at times to inspect homes along canal walkways.

Candidates must have a flexible schedule and be willing to able to work after-hours and on weekends as needed to assist in lifestyle events.

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

Cibolo Canyons currently has 1,400 homes, and will ultimately grow to 2,400 homes.  Tucked away in the tranquil, rolling hill country, the neighborhood is just minutes away from Downtown San Antonio.  Set in 2,100 acres of breathtaking landscape, the community features distinctive homes, community amenities, a world-class JW Marriott resort and spa, ant two PGA Tournament Players Club golf courses, designed by Pete Dye and Greg Norman.

If you are interested, email your resume to Kimberly Thornton at kthornton@cibolocanyons.com.

 

 



Title Architectural and Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Salary $19.25-$23.00
Location Douglas County, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Architectural and Community Standards Coordinator position at Sterling Ranch in Douglas County, CO!

Under the direction of the Architectural and Community Standards Director, the Architectural and Community Standards Coordinator will conduct inspections of residential properties within the community to determine if violations of deed restrictions exist with specific reference to property maintenance and aesthetics. Must be able to review and have a general understanding of Governing documents, and Design guidelines.  Work effectively with homeowners to ensure compliance when violations are found. Maintain accurate records of complaints and inspections made. Prepare effective reports and other written communication.  Communicate courteously and effectively with the public, officials and other employees, in person, in writing, and by telephone. This position is multi-faceted and will also provide office assistance, membership support and clerical administration.  Applicant should have excellent people skills, be assertive, and have a professional and a poised disposition.

The ideal candidate will have at least two years’ experience as an Administrative Assistant, Covenants Coordinator, Code Enforcement, Architectural Design or other comparable work. Must have strong computer skills with Microsoft Office and database software; have excellent people skills; and ability to communicate both orally and written. This candidate must have an eye for attention to detail, ability to demonstrate good time management; and have a general idea of homeowner associations and understanding of governing documents.

Sterling Ranch is a sustainable 21st Century Colorado Community which is defining sustainability and has led the market in technology.  Upon buildout it will become one of the largest communities in Colorado with over 30,000 residents. The director executes the CAB board of director’s vision of creating a well-informed, healthful, well-informed community – proud of its heritage and supportive of its future.

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

If you are interested, please email Sue Santos at sue.santos@sterlingranchcab.com.

 



Title Community Ambassador (part-time)
Categories Location: Florida, Location: South Florida, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Wellington, FL
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Community Ambassador position available at Arden in Wellington, FL! 

If you absolutely love people, are curious, helpful and genuinely interested in brightening others’ days, this could be your dream job. Arden has a great team of professional, friendly and helpful employees. We need one more! Arden’s Community Ambassadors will serve a Concierge-like function, being gracious, warm, helpful, friendly; constantly striving to make each resident or guest’s visit authentic and memorable. The Community Ambassador will work weekends, some evenings and holidays, with their home base being The Hub, the central area of the gorgeous 11,000 square foot Arden Clubhouse, adjacent to a huge resort-style pool and a robust working organic farm!

Under direction of the Community Manager, the Community Ambassador is responsible for entry desk operations including providing community overview of the Freehold Vital Communities™, membership registration, cash handling for lifestyle programs and café, community information dissemination and assisting guests by phone and in person. The Community Ambassador will also assist guests with purchasing items from the onsite café and assist the Lifestyle Director with lifestyle programs, events and promotion as assigned and assisting with facility set-up and takedown for various events.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a customer service focused environment, excellent project management skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Must have the ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with staff, residents, prospective buyers, volunteers, and vendors as well as strong conflict resolution skills.  Additionally, must have a High School Diploma or equivalent, strong interpersonal skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as the ability to develop, design, and implement programs on a computer using Microsoft Office and others as assigned.  Must have the ability to work weekends, nights and holidays.

Located in Palm Beach County, Arden features a 10,000 square-foot clubhouse, two pools, 19 miles of trails, plus a five-acre farm and community garden all situated around a mile-long central lake. These amenities will combine to offer residents a rich and earthy experience. Nearly every home will back up to a park, greenway or nature trail. Here, neighbors can enjoy the simple pleasures of country living, along with the connectivity and conveniences of city life. The community is planned for 2,000 homes.

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Toni Kanfer at toni@myardenfl.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Peoria, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time Community Standards Coordinator position at Vistancia in Peoria, AZ.

In business for over 45 years, CCMC is in the business of transforming the way people experience life in community associations. With an emphasis on human connectivity and neighborhood engagement, we build community by bringing people together in the neighborhoods where they live and in the offices where we work. Simply put, we create experiences that connect people. We are a company with a purpose and believe in professional growth and development, and giving back to the greater community.

If you are seeking a new workplace home where engagement and purpose matter, CCMC may be the company for you. From our guiding principles to our company culture, we emphasize service, integrity, innovation and fun.

Our team members are the strength behind CCMC. If you thrive working in a fast paced environment, enjoy following and enforcing rules, thrive in building relationships and enjoy community engagement this role could be just right for you.

CCMC team members enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and life insurance; company-matching 401k contributions; flexible spending accounts; paid vacation, holiday, medical and volunteer time; an employee assistance program, and professional education opportunities.

Job Duties:

  • Will be responsible for implementing the covenants enforcement process
  • Perform property inspections and resolves covenant enforcement matters for the community
  • Assist as a liaison to the Board of Directors and provide recommendations on actions that should be taken to obtain compliance
  • Responsible for the preparation of recommendations to the Board of Directors as well as tracking/coordinating the fine process, including notifications, verifications, and file maintenance
  • Provides information, assistance, materials and education to new and existing homeowners regarding the benefits of association living and the impact of the deed restrictions

 

Job Requirements:

  • The ideal candidate will have experience in a homeowner association operation; have a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the state statutes regarding due process
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
  • Must be organized and have a good work ethic
  • Computer skills including MS Office programs including Outlook, Word and Excel are required
  • Must be flexible in scheduling as some mandatory meetings will be at night or on weekends
  • A current driver’s license and personal vehicle is also required

About the community:

Vistancia Village is a large scale master planned community located in northwest Peoria, where the best amenities are masterfully woven throughout this accessible and intimate living environment, allowing residents an active lifestyle right at home. From the aquatic park to golf set within tall native grasses to brisk morning walks along the Discovery Trail, Vistancia offers everything you could ever ask for from a community.

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to Christine Reeder at creeder@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Standards Director
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Frisco, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Director position at Frisco Lakes in Frisco, TX!

Under direction of the Assistant Community Manager, the Community Standards Director will oversee and direct compliance with Community Association’s Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs), Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and Board of Director approved policies.  Will serve as the Community Association staff liaison for Architectural Modification Committee.  This position will supervise and oversee a staff of one or two Community Standards Assistants.

Responsibilities including meeting with Architectural Modification Committee twice each month to review Modification Applications submitted by Homeowners. providing administrative support to the Architectural Modification Committee, identifying issues and accepting reports of non-compliance issues with the Community Association’s governing documents. Will also report non-compliance issues to the Community Manager or Assistant Community Manager, as needed.  This position will advise and assist Homeowners/residents with understanding all requirements for submitting modifications and compliance with governing documents. Will make regularly scheduled site inspections throughout Frisco Lakes to ensure compliance with governing documents.

To be successful, the candidate must be knowledgeable of current federal, state and local laws governing Homeowner Associations and real estate property management as well as the Community Association’s governing documents including Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, Bylaws, Design Guidelines and Rules and Regulations. This position requires someone who can maintain appropriate level of friendliness, respect and cooperation toward fellow members of the Community Association staff, all Homeowners/residents, vendors, contractors and members of the public. Must be able to drive and have reliable transportation. Valid driver’s license is required.

The ideal candidate will have the ability to review architectural drawings and site plans. Computer proficiency with all standard office software (Microsoft Office) required.  Must be self-motivated, organized, detail oriented, flexible and be able to prioritize. Those with a college degree are preferred.  Prior experience with Homeowners Association governing documents such as CC&Rs is a plus.  Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and negotiating powers in order to work well with a variety of personalities.

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

Wrapped around the shores of Lake Lewisville in prestigious Frisco, Frisco Lakes is the premier community for active adults age 55 and better in the north Dallas area.  The community’s convenient location provides easy access to both Dallas and Fort Worth and all these cities have to offer.  Plus, DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field are just 25 minutes away, making it easy to bring in friends and family.  Amenities include an 18-hole golf course which the Association does not own or maintain, two amenity centers, two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, an outdoor and indoor spa, walking trails, state-of-the-art fitness centers, billiards and game rooms, and ballrooms where residents can show off their best dance moves.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Jeannie Harvey at JHarvey@ccmcnet.com.



Title Financial Services Administrator
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards, Role: Finance and Accounting
Location Scottsdale, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Financial Services Administrator position in Scottsdale, AZ!  

The Financial Services Administrator will provide administrative assistance across multiple departments within Financial Services, with heaviest focus on Treasury related items.

The Financial Services Administrator will provide full lockbox processing backup for Treasury department; daily assistance to Treasury department for lockbox payment detail edits; stop payment support; monthly debit card reconciliation support; annual CPA engagement letter tracking; front desk backup coverage; mail sorting and delivery coverage.

The Financial Services Administrator provides a typical, multi-tasking office environment. Requires occasional time commitment outside of regular working hours. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and competent data entry skills and 10 key by touch

If you are interested, please email your resume to JoAnn Abramo at jabramo@ccmcnet.com.



Title Operations Coordinator
Categories Location: Nevada, Role: Administrative and Community Standards, Role: Other
Location Las Vegas, NV
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Operations Coordinator position at Mountain’s Edge in Las Vegas, NV!

The Operations Coordinator reports to the Facilities Director and Community Managers in performing a wide range of operational tasks and administrative duties in support of the community objectives which include but are not limited to; the management of the onsite facilities, support of community events, managing vendors, coordinating with suppliers, attending meetings, and supporting staff. Ideal candidate will be someone willing to learn the position and demonstrate growth potential within the site and organization.

The Operations Coordinator maintains and reflects a high understanding of company and community standards; demonstrates project management skills with ability to properly plan and execute on project deliverables; demonstrates working knowledge of maintenance routines, production landscaping and site operations; shows exceptional communication skills both oral and written; self-starter with an ability to work independently without being directly supervised; contributes within a larger team on projects in addition to working independently; possesses independent critical thinking with an above average aptitude to solve problems; supervises vendor performance ensuring conformity with specifications while accomplishing work; responds to emergencies with situational awareness to solve issues and reduce risk exposure; supports the Facilities Director in developing operating budgets, reserve studies and proposals; inspects common areas as well as interiors of communities as needed.

The ideal candidate will computer proficient with; Microsoft Office specifically word, excel, outlook and power point; working knowledge of the maintenance routines related to; landscaping, irrigation, electrical, plumbing and minor construction.

Must be comfortable with heights, working from ladders or lifts, work and walk outdoors in all types of weather and conditions for the majority of each shift; bend, kneel, and lift up to 75 lbs. Minimum of two (2) years experience in a similar position or related field; possess a valid NV driver’s license, current vehicle liability insurance, good driving record and must have reliable transportation; must be able to work longer than an eight-hour day or a forty-hour week, and be able to respond to after-hours emergencies

A culmination of a dream long held by developer John A Ritter and his Focus Property Group Team, Mountain’s Edge contains over 11,000 homes located on 3500 acres in the southwestern part of the Las Vegas Valley. Set in a spectacular desert canyon at the edge of the western foothills with much care being taken to preserve much of the natural desert environment, this developer has incorporated more than 500 acres of open space, parks and trail systems that allow residents to truly enjoy their surroundings. Mountain’s Edge is the third fastest-selling master-planned community in the country and the top seller in Nevada.

If you are interested, please Ellen Rosenbaum at erosenbaum@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Resident Services Coordinator
Categories Location: Nevada, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Henderson, NV
Job Information

CCMC will have a full-time Resident Services Coordinator position at Cadence in Henderson, NV!

The Resident Services Coordinator reports to the Community Manager.  The Resident Services Coordinator is responsible for the clerical administration for the Cadence Residential Community Master Association. Position is tasked with managing the front desk and seeing to the need of all visitors, callers, and general email and request inboxes.

The Resident Services Coordinator will answer incoming calls, emails and greet all persons arriving at the office, provide relevant information and direct requests or deliver accurate message appropriately; accept Association payments, process checks for immediate posting and assist membership with payment options/methods; operate and maintain office equipment to include printers, fax, copier, scanner, telephone and online services; prepare all outgoing mail or packages & use scales/ postage meters to affix postage, maintain sufficient postage; open, date stamp, log in, and appropriately disseminate all incoming mail and deliveries; update and maintain electronic lot files and other community documents; maintain a variety of association forms including welcome information; inventory, maintain and order office supplies; ensure appropriate Homeowner Files, Documents and Accounting files are processed and stored for proper retention online or hard copy, as appropriate; participate in community events and meetings; prepare and distribute periodic reports as assigned; contribute articles and pertinent information to the quarterly newsletter; track expenses for financial statement accruals; perform community lot audit; process Master Association Access Cards on a daily basis; process website login requests on a daily basis; review community concerns from residents through website app and disseminate appropriately.

The ideal candidate will have experience in homeowner association operations preferred; communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Must have excellent telephone manner, with a commitment to the highest customer service possible; be highly organized and efficient in work ethic. Multi-tasker and self-starter; computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft programs, and other PC-based software; must be flexible and have a stable means of transportation; exercise independent judgment in carrying out instructions.

Cadence, a 2,200 acre planned community, invites you to discover a fuller and richer active life rooted in values of community, family and friendship.  A place where the best of yesterday and today will make a better community for tomorrow, and years to come.  Cadence is distinctive by the diverse experiences it will provide: enhanced by diverse architecture, beautiful vistas, tree-lines streets, extensive connected walking and bike paths, parks and open spaces, and its proximity to the necessities that compliment everyday life.  

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

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Larry Hartman at lhartman@ccmcnet.com.



Title Member Services Associate (part-time)
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Salary $14.00-$15.00
Location Broomfield, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Member Services Associate position at Anthem Ranch in Broomfield, CO.

Responsible for entry desk operations including membership registration, cash handling for lifestyle and club events, information dissemination and assisting patrons by phone and in person.

The Member Services Associate will develop strong working relationships with homeowners and volunteers; greet members, guests and vendors at the service area, scan identification cards, answer telephones, take messages, direct calls, and provide general information; answer customer questions regarding hours, facility information, services and programs; log in/out and distribute activity equipment and keys. Ensure that equipment and keys are returned at the end of the day in good condition; assist with registration for programs, activities, and classes. Process payments from resident events. Register transactions on computer, issue receipts, and tickets. Perform cashier responsibilities; in accordance with board-approved policies, administer membership programs, including but not limited to, issuance of activity cards, guest passes and maintenance of owner contact information; assist with equipment and room set-up and takedown for various homeowner activities, programs, clubs, classes, and sport/fitness opportunities; maintain a clean environment by performing light janitorial duties as required or assigned to include sanitizing areas and light housekeeping; enforce board-approved rules for use of the Center; report accidents, unsafe conditions, or problems to the appropriate supervisor.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 6-months experience in a customer service environment; High school graduate, GED or equivalent; ability to maintain CPR/First Aid certification; six months experience in a customer service environment; basic cash handling skills;  display the following: excellent customer service skills, a positive, outgoing personality, the ability to work as a team player, and substitute when necessary; have flexible hours; effectively both orally and in writing; knowledge of Microsoft Office products.

Work is conducted primarily in an indoor environment. However, preparation, implementation and assistance of some activities may take place outdoors. Employee may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 50 lbs. This position is part time and works evenings and weekends. This position is approximately 15-20 hours per week (depending on season); additional hours as needed; schedule is subject to change.

Experience in working with adults over age 55 and working for a community association is preferred.

Settled in the Colorado Front Range with eye-popping views of magnificent Rocky Mountain National Park and only a half-hour’s drive from Denver, Anthem Ranch in Broomfield, Colorado, blends beauty and convenience in a beautiful community for active adults age 55 and better. The heart of Anthem Ranch is the 32,000-square foot Aspen Lodge Recreation Center. The state-of-the-art fitness center is equipped with aerobic and weight equipment, an indoor pool and walking track, and billiards room.  There is an outdoor pool too, plus tennis, pickleball, bocce, shuffleboard, and walking and biking paths.

If you are interested, please email you resume to Robyn Biggers at rbiggers@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Utah, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location South Jordan, UT
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator  position at DAYBREAK in South Jordan, UT!

The Community Standards Coordinator manages the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, community standards in compliance with state law, the governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues.  This requires a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the state statutes regarding due process.  The Community Standards Coordinator will also assist in the creation and adoption of violation policies, complete agendas, minutes and attend committee meetings and assist the Community Standards Manager in helping the Community understand the guidelines and guide them through the process.  Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and guests while providing the highest standard of customer service.

Additional responsibilities may include administrative support.

The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, have the ability to form strong relationships, have conflict resolution skills and excellent people skills.  Good time management skills and strong computer skills with MS Windows will also contribute to the success of this role.  Additional experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field are a plus.

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties. Employee may be asked to work occasional evenings and Saturdays.

Must possess a valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance.

Daybreak is a large scale master planned community nestled in the valley of the Wasatch Mountain Range.  We currently have 7,000  homes and at build out will have 20,000.  Daybreak has multiple parks and exciting amenities to keep our residents entertained.  This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a growing community! 

If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email your resume to Victoria Anderson at vanderson@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Front Desk Attendant (part-time)
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Frisco, TX
Job Information

CCMC is currently hiring a part-time Front Desk Attendant position at The Village at Frisco Lakes in Frisco, TX.

The Part Time Front Desk Attendant is responsible for entry desk operations at the Amenity Center including membership registration using Activenet software, cash handling, information dissemination and assisting patrons by phone and in person. Essential Functions include: Greet members and guests at the service area, handle event/program registration requests, scan identification cards, answer telephones, take messages, direct calls, and provide general information; Answer customer questions regarding hours, facility information, services and programs; Report any accidents, unsafe conditions, or problems to the appropriate staff member; Enforcement of policies and procedures; Other department related duties as assigned by the professional staff; Facility booking and reservations.

Candidate must be outgoing with a professional personality, a sense of humor, a positive outlook, patience and self-control. Qualified applicant will display the following: strong attention to detail; ability to problem solve; ability to maintain confidential information; strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to work independently or with a group; and ability to meet a high standard of customer service. The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years professional administrative experience with basic cash handling skills, excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office, will be flexible with project changes and be able to think outside the box. Experience using Activenet software is preferred.

Available Shifts:

5:30 – 9:30 am Monday – Friday;

5:30 – 9:30 pm Monday – Friday;

1:30 – 9:30 pm Saturday; and

11:30 – 6:00 pm Sunday

Weekends

Flexible schedule is preferable to substitute for other front desk attendants when necessary. Must be able to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Candidate must be able to work their assigned shift on a consistent basis.

Wrapped around the shores of Lake Lewisville in prestigious Frisco, Frisco Lakes is the premier community for active adults age 55 and better in the north Dallas area. The community’s convenient location provides easy access to both Dallas and Fort Worth and all these cities have to offer. Plus, DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field are just 25 minutes away, making it easy to bring in friends and family. Amenities include an 18-hole golf course which the Association does not own or maintain, three amenity centers, three outdoor pools, one indoor pool, an two outdoor spas and one indoor spa, walking trails, state-of-the-art fitness centers, billiards and game rooms, and ballrooms where residents can show off their best dance moves.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Austin/San Antonio, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location San Antonio, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Hill Country Retreat in San Antonio, TX!  

Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Community Standards Coordinator will visually inspect residential properties for compliance with deed restrictions; interpret and enforce property maintenance codes, regulations, and design guidelines; work effectively with homeowners to ensure compliance when violations are found; maintain accurate records of complaints and inspections made, and prepare effective reports and other written communication.  This position will serve as the liaison between homeowners, residents, and the Architectural Review Committee, Communication Committee, and the Common Area Transfer Sub-Committee.

Additional responsibilities include assisting in the creation and adoption of violation policies based upon the Community Association Governing Documents and State Statutes; tracking and coordinating the fine process, including notifications, verifications, written correspondence, and file maintenance; assisting homeowners with understanding the Architectural guidelines and requirements and guide them through the submittal process; preparing agendas and minutes for committee meetings as well as attending committee meetings; attending hearings as scheduled by the committee; and preparing written correspondence to homeowners regarding deed restriction violations and architectural modification approval/denials.

Peripheral duties will include front desk coverage, as needed, as well as administrative support to both Community Manager and Lifestyle Director which includes but is not limited to planning and preparing for annual meetings, board meetings and board packets, creating month-end reports, updating accounts and collections, creating a team calendar, understanding budgets, cash handling, ordering office supplies, working with maintenance staff and other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have five years of related work with a combination of education and customer service experience; working knowledge of the legal process for the community in regard to governing documents, enforcement policies, assessments, liens, and the State Statutes regarding due process; demonstrated proficiency in language skills-oral/written communication and interpretation of data; and excellent “people” skills and attention to detail. Additional experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field is a plus.  A current driver’s license, insurance, and personal vehicle are required although a golf cart is available for community tours.

This position requires work both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections.  Candidates must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties and may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 25 lbs.

Texas hill country’s rolling terrain, majestic trees, and sweeping views make a natural setting for a Del Webb community for active adults age 55 and better. This beautiful area of San Antonio boasts amazing views of wildlife meandering through the lush, natural landscaping of the hills. From the moment you drive past the cascading waterfalls and mature oak trees at the entrance, you will feel like you are entering your own private resort.

 The Resort, a 28,000 square foot community center, offers state-of-the-art fitness, an indoor pool with a walking track, and more. Outside you’ll meet neighbors at the pool, on tennis and bocce courts, or along with the network of walking trails winding through vast conservation areas.

If you are interested in this position, please first notify your supervisor, and then email Matthew Dozier at mdozier@ccmcnet.com



Title Resident Services Administrator
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Mesa, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Resident Services Administrator position at Las Sendas in Mesa, AZ!

Las Sendas Community Association seeks a Resident Services Administrator for our management team.  Preferred candidates are outgoing, personable and self-motivated, possess above-average customer service skills and are highly organized. Candidates will hold a variety of computer, clerical and multitasking skills, and possess a work history emphasizing detail and willingness to go above and beyond the client’s expectation.

The position’s responsibilities include but are not limited to: processing a fluctuating volume of incoming telephone calls, emails and resident payments; facilitating new resident paperwork; entering gate access information for resident vehicles and amenity access; administering vendor-set up, issuing work orders, updating resident account information in the community’s database; and processing incoming/outgoing mail. Top candidates will have work histories of working independently and as part of a fast-paced team. The individual can look forward to collaborating on tasked projects with the general management team. Candidates are expected to have experience and the ability to learn quickly.

Preferred candidates will have minimum two years’ experience as a coordinator/administrative assistant or three years of comparable work experience, clear verbal and written communication skills in English and a demonstrated ability to be assertive, professional and adaptable.  This job requires time management, an ability to maintain confidentiality of account information, at least intermediate computer skills with Microsoft Office Suite, and attention to detail.

Las Sendas is the premier master planned community in Mesa, AZ and offers healthy lifestyle opportunities, multi-generational activities and superior services to homeowners in a comfortable, beautifully-maintained desert environment with scenic mountain and valley views. The Las Sendas master planned is platted for 3,430 single family units, within 55 separately gated enclaves. Lifestyle is an important part of the community, with amenities, a spa and fitness center, and over 30 events annually tailored to a broad range of multi-generational groups. The Las Sendas Golf Club, a semi-private Club/Restaurant, operates independently but has a synergistic relationship with the Association and offers breathtaking views to the surrounding community.

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

If you are interested, please email your resume to Christal Bromley at cbromley@mylassendas.org.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location San Tan Valley, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has (2) full time on-site Community Standards Coordintator positions at Johnson Ranch in San Tan Valley, AZ.

Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Community Standards Coordinator is responsible for implementing community standards enforcement. Additionally, this individual will assist in the administrative function of the Design Review process.   Performs a variety of administrative, coordination and documentation tasks necessary to provide high quality community services.

The Community Standards Coordinator performs property inspections on a weekly basis or as stated by the communities Board of Directors. Inspect, process and maintain violations for the community according to approved policies and guidelines.  Prepares notification letters per established procedures. Responsible for the preparation of agendas and minutes/recommendations to the Design Review Committee and assists with Board of Directors meetings.

Additionally, the Community Standards Coordinator will provides information, assistance, materials and education to new and existing homeowners regarding the benefits of association living.  Receive and respond to homeowner phone calls as required and in a timely fashion. Assist with general association customer service functions as needed.

To be successful in this role, candidate should demonstrate strong customer service and organizational skills, possess excellent communication abilities and collaborative approach to community management in order to establish and maintain good working relationships with residents when dealing with difficult conversations. Must have the ability to maintain confidentiality of resident violation matters.  We are looking for someone with excellent “people” skills, with strong multi-tasking abilities, highly organized, detail-oriented and a self-starter.

The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years relevant experience in community association management or similar field.

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

The Johnson Ranch Community consists of 6,071 homes and is home to over 20,000 residents.  Our community is diverse in many ways; with a wide range of ages.  They have families, empty nesters and retirees.  Johnson Ranch offers a multitude of amenities, and has something for everyone!

Residents of Johnson Ranch enjoy over 300 acres of recreation and green belt space, 3 community pools with spas, a 9-hole pitch and putt golf course, a catch & release pond, tennis courts, basketball courts, a sand volleyball court, a 9-hole disc golf course and 19 playgrounds throughout the community.  Residents enjoy over 50 events; ranging from Movies in the Park to Arts & Craft Fairs.  Johnson Ranch lifestyle brings families together for fun and festivities while celebrating the golden age of community!

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to Jenna Perkins at jperkins@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Gilbert, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Power Ranch in Gilbert, AZ!

Under the direction of the Community Manager, serves as liaison between homeowners, residents, and the Design Review Committee in regards to architectural applications. The Community Standards Coordinator will work effectively with homeowners to ensure compliance when violations are found. Maintain accurate records of complaints and inspections made. Prepare effective reports and other written communication. Operate personal computer for word processing. Communicate courteously and effectively with the public, officials and other employees, in person, in writing, and by telephone.

The Community Standards Coordinator will assist homeowners with understanding the Design Guidelines and requirements and guide them through the submittal process; act as liaison between homeowners and the Design Review Committee; prepare agendas and applications for and attends Design Review Committee meetings; prepare written correspondence to homeowners regarding deed restriction violations and architectural modification approval/denials; schedule and conduct weekly inspections of residential properties for compliance with deed restrictions; assist in the creation and adoption of violation policies based upon the Community Association Governing Documents and State Statutes; prepare and submit a Community Standards summary report on a monthly basis; maintain Owner Lot Files; act as liaison between homeowners and trash and recycling services; maintain accurate documentation of complaints and inspection; attend New Homeowner Meetings to provide information regarding trash/recycle services, community standards and design change applications.

The ideal candidate will communicate effectively both orally and in writing; establish and maintain good working relationships with Board, staff, residents, volunteers and contractors; possess extensive knowledge of covenants and design guidelines and ability to interpret and apply knowledge to position responsibilities; required attendance at Association Annual meetings, Board of Directors meeting, and Committee Meetings; possess excellent “people” skills and attention to detail; strong organizational skills and habits; strong computer skills in Windows Office programs; three years of related work with a combination of education and customer service experience; learn working knowledge of legal process for the community in regard to governing documents, enforcement policies, assessments, liens, and the State Statutes regarding due process; demonstrate proficiency in language skills-oral/written communication and interpretation of data; strong interpersonal skills in dealing with homeowners; demonstrate knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint..

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties. Must have a valid driver’s license and insurance.

Power Ranch is an award winning master planned community in the East Valley.  This community is known for it’s beautiful indoor and outdoor amenities and it’s engaging Lifestyle program.  This community is known for family friendly activities and where neighbors become friends. The Barn at Power Ranch is an East Valley gem, where residents and their guests have enjoyed memorable experiences such as weddings, anniversaries and graduation parties.  In addition, the residents enjoy 26 miles of walking trails, 2 catch and release lakes, and fun for families of all sizes. 

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Rebecca Hill at rhill@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: South Carolina, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Summerville, SC
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time Community Standards Coordinator position available for Nexton, located in Summerville, SC!

The Community Standards Coordinator is involved in enforcing community rules and regulations. These rules govern behaviors that are intended to help maintain a visually appealing neighborhood while protecting property values. Rules and regulations usually govern landscaping and home maintenance requirements; on-street parking; building additions; and exterior home appearance. They monitor and inspect community standards by conducting regular inspections of there community and sending violation letters to any homeowner who is not in compliance.

Responsibilities will include Design Review coordination and administration; maintaining Community Standards through regular inspections and notifications to residents as well as explaining the policies and rules for the association; answering phones and other department related duties as assigned.  Familiarity with the Governing Documents for the Association is a plus. Maintaining the operation in a positive, effective forward path. Providing a high level of customer service.  Timely answering of phone calls, responding to emails and other correspondence. Answering questions and going the extra step to assist the homeowner.

Must be outgoing with a professional personality and have strong customer service skills. Must have the following: strong attention to detail; ability to problem solve; ability to maintain confidential information; strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to work independently or with a group; and the ability to meet a high standard of customer service.

The ideal candidate will have two years professional administrative experience, excellent computer skills, preferably with Microsoft Office, VMS, will be flexible with project changes and be able to think outside the box. Experience working for a community association in compliance or recreation center is preferred.

Nexton is currently in the development stages and at build out will be an 8,000 lot mixed use community. Nexton will offer a unique mix of high technology and Lowcountry living and will include carefully crafted homes, apartments, businesses, shops, restaurants, hotels, schools and natural amenities. These will all be connected by 2,000 acres of parks and nature, 50 miles of trails, and advanced technology. South Carolina’s first GigaFi community, Nexton is a place where every business, school and home can access the internet at speeds of one gigabit per second. There are four associations; Nexton Residential, Nexton Commercial, North Creek Master Residential and North Creek Commercial with projections for very speedy build times.

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

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Stacey Cosentino at scosentino@ccmcnet.com.

 

 



Title Resident Services Administrator
Categories Location: Florida, Location: North Florida, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location St. Augustine, FL
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Resident Services Administrator position at Shearwater in St. Augustine, FL!

Shearwater is currently seeking an outgoing Resident Services Administrator and the Shearwater community and management team expects an excellent customer service skillset. Our team shares a strong willingness and motivation for success – and the ideal candidate will fit well in this environment.

The Resident Services Administrator will have proper phone etiquette, greetings and written correspondence. Receiving and returning resident and vendor calls/e-mail; comfort in sharing Shearwater community overview, including tours of our amenities center and directing prospects to the appropriate builders; manage Amenity Center Rentals and assist the Lifestyle Director in updating event information; assist in overseeing The Café in the Hub and ensure that Kayak Club supplies are stocked and able to perform café sales functions as necessary in The HUB; filing all resident closings paperwork in Village Management System (VMS); distributing welcome packets to new residents; register Residents Access Cards/Key Fobs for access to Shearwater amenities and conformance to security functions; provide information, assistance, materials and education to new and existing residents regarding personal and association maintained property; ensures that all Shearwater correspondence, communication, and reports are presented timely and in a professional manner; ensures that all Shearwater correspondence, communication, and reports are presented timely and in a professional manner.

Additionally, the Resident Services Administrator will provide confidential administrative support to Community Director which may include drafting and proofreading correspondence; attend meetings including but not limited to New Owner Orientations, Municipal or County Public meetings and community events may be required from time to time as requested by the Community Manager; assist Lifestyle Director and Community Director when needed to support lifestyle events; Assisting homeowners in submitting documentation for Design Review Board submittals; loading and updating Design Review Board submittals in SmartWebs; conducting Neighborhood and Residential inspections as necessary; updating Design Review Board Semi-Monthly Agenda.

Applicants will have minimum three years’ experience in a comparable professional environment, excellent oral and written communication skills in English, be assertive and adaptable, and demonstrate good time management and organizational skills, and an ability to maintain confidentiality of business and personnel matters. Candidates will be available to work a flexible schedule, including weekends and attend/assist with lifestyle events as required.

Developed by Freehold Communities, Shearwater is a new style of living that encourages healthy living, environmental stewardship, resident engagement and connectivity, all within a community comprised of distinctive home designs. When brought together, these common denominators – a handful of “ingredients”, are the foundation to a Vital Community™. Freehold Communities is currently developing eight beautiful master-planned communities in Texas, Tennessee, North Carolina, California and Florida.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Robert Stone at rob@myshearwater.com.

 



Title Administrative Assistant
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Scottsdale, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Administrative Assistant position in Scottsdale, AZ!  

This position will provide administrative support to the West Region leadership team and function as an integral part of the region’s operations. Our culture is brought to life by our core values. Integrity: Do the right thing. Be personally accountable. Share mistakes openly. Respect: Embrace humility. Communicate with candor. Foster dignity. Service: Lead by serving. Be intentional. Find a better way. Community: Put people first. Engage fearlessly. Cultivate your development. Fuel collaboration.

The Administrative Assistant will complete various administrative tasks that enable the leadership team to effectively lead their departments/portfolios, including assisting with special projects; serve as a point of contact for matters pertaining to the leadership team, including those of a highly confidential and critical nature; help draft, design, edit, and produce documents, reports, presentations, proposals, and confidential correspondence; attend, collect, and prepare information for meetings with staff and outside parties, including drafting agendas and presentations, taking notes and recording minutes, securing locations/reservations, and arranging meals; maintain schedules/calendars, including board meetings, annual meetings, industry events, training classes, and deadlines; plan and prepare for events, including employee appreciation events, holiday parties, training sessions, and client events; maintain membership, education tracking, and licensing requirements for CAI, AACM, ULI, and related organizations; maintain, reconcile and approve debit card and petty cash accounts, mileage reimbursements, and vendor set-ups on behalf of West Region Senior Vice Presidents; create, update, and maintain community reports, including contract renewal dates, franchise tax reports, petty cash, and special reports; update and maintain community information, including directories, organizational charts, property codes, staff member’s titles, and contact information; provide administrative support to communities as needed; manage off-site document storage inventory and destruction; arrange travel and accommodations; manage leadership team members’ expenses and required reporting.

The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience as an administrative assistant; high school diploma required; Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Office or Business Administration or related field preferred; ability to maintain confidentiality; proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite with the ability to learn new or updated software; extensive knowledge of office management and administration, clerical procedures, and recordkeeping systems; excellent verbal and written communication skills; excellent interpersonal and customer service skills; excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines; highly responsive as well as proactive; effectively take initiative and apply sound judgment.

Additionally, the candidate must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times; prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Bly Deuser at bdeuser@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Prosper, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Windsong Ranch in Prosper, TX. 

Using independent judgment, the Community Standards Coordinator manages the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, community standards in compliance with State law, the governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues.  This requires a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the State Statutes regarding due process.  The Community Standards Coordinator will also assist in the creation and adoption of violation policies, complete agendas, minutes and attend Committee Meetings and assist the Community Manager in helping the Community understand the guidelines and guide them through the submittal process.  Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and guests while providing the highest standard of customer service.

Additional responsibilities will include front desk coverage and administrative support as needed.

The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, have the ability to form strong relationships, have conflict resolution skills and excellent people skills, and a good working knowledge of Windsong Ranch Community Association policies and procedures.  Good supervisory skills and strong computer skills will also contribute to the success of this role.  Additional experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field are a plus.

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties. Employee may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 25 lbs.

Must possess a valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance.

Developed by Terra Verde Group, Windsong Ranch is 2,030 acres and will include 2,900 single-family homes, 300 townhomes, 600 acres of open space, 30 miles of trails, four schools, a neighborhood café, and full-scale indoor and outdoor amenity centers.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Bob Harvey at bharvey@ccmcnet.com.



Title Resident Services Administrator
Categories Location: South Carolina, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Summerville, SC
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time Resident Services Administrator position at Nexton in Summerville, SC!

The Resident Services Administrator is responsible for the clerical administration for Nexton Residential Association. This position requires the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, a commitment to customer service, the ability to multi-task, and intermediate computer literacy.

Experience in homeowner association operations is preferred, but not required. This position will typically be M-F, 9-5 but may require some weekend or evening shifts to assist with Lifestyle activities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Answer incoming calls & greet residents arriving at the office
  • Monitor, respond to, or forward all emails sent to the general POA email address
  • Accept Association payments and assist residents with payment options/methods
  • Operate and maintain office equipment
  • Serve as the administrator for amenity rentals
  • Participate in and assist the Lifestyle Director with community events and meetings as needed
  • Create, distribute, and update amenity cards as needed
  • Process new homeowner closing packets
  • Maintain a variety of association forms
  • Inventory, maintain, and order office supplies
  • Set up new Association vendors, adhering to CCMC requirements
  • Additional duties or job functions as deemed necessary

WORK ENVIRONMENT & MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time
  • Periodical attendance at meetings and community events, which make take place outside of normal business hours
  • Personal vehicle required, standard mileage reimbursement provided
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Computer skills, including intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, and Outlook.

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Experience in homeowner association operations preferred
  • Organized, self-starter, excellent interpersonal skills, proficient writing skills, ability to multi-task
  • Computer literate, with the ability to pick up new skills and learn new computer-based programs
  • Exercise independent judgement in carrying out instructions

Nexton is currently in the development stages and at build out will be an 8,000 lot mixed use community. Nexton will offer a unique mix of high technology and Lowcountry living and will include carefully crafted homes, apartments, businesses, shops, restaurants, hotels, schools and natural amenities. These will all be connected by 2,000 acres of parks and nature, 50 miles of trails, and advanced technology. South Carolina’s first GigaFi community, Nexton is a place where every business, school and home can access the internet at speeds of one gigabit per second. There are four associations; Nexton Residential, Nexton Commercial, North Creek Master Residential and North Creek Commercial with projections for very speedy build times.

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

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to poa@livenexton.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Prosper, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Windsong Ranch in Prosper, TX!

Using independent judgment, the Community Standards Coordinator manages the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, community standards in compliance with State law, the governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues. This requires a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the State Statutes regarding due process. The Community Standards Coordinator will also assist in the creation and adoption of violation policies, complete agendas, minutes and attend Committee Meetings and assist the Community Manager in helping the Community understand the guidelines and guide them through the submittal process. Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and guests while providing the highest standard of customer service.

Additional responsibilities will include front desk coverage and administrative support as needed.

The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, have the ability to form strong relationships, have conflict resolution skills and excellent people skills, and a good working knowledge of Windsong Ranch Community Association policies and procedures. Good supervisory skills and strong computer skills will also contribute to the success of this role. Additional experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field are a plus.

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties. Employee may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 25 lbs.

Must possess a valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance.
Developed by Terra Verde Group, Windsong Ranch is 2,030 acres and will include 2,900 single-family homes, 300 townhomes, 600 acres of open space, 30 miles of trails, four schools, a neighborhood café, and full-scale indoor and outdoor amenity centers.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Bob Harvey at bharvey@ccmcnet.com.



Title Front Desk Associate (part-time)
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Administrative and Community Standards, Role: Other
Salary $14-$15
Location Broomfield, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Front Desk Associate at Anthem Highlands in Broomfield, CO!

The focus of the Front Desk is to be the face of the company and to assists residents with a happy and respectful demeanor.  You will be in charge of monitoring PCC (Parkside Community Center) front desk.  This will include greeting and assisting members in person and/or by phone.  You will be in charge of directing callers to our different departments based on their needs. The ability to provide general information i.e., hours, current programming offerings, upcoming events, other staff information.  Additional duties may include member assistance with our different online platforms.

The Front Desk Associate will open or close the community center, as the shift requires; check- in members and guests recording the member has planned use of the facility in activities registration system; periodically walks the facility to identify missing people; enforces board-approved rules for use of the Parkside Community Center including the PCC Guidelines; registers residents for special events and classes in activities registration system; collects payment at time of registration and provides receipts; assist Membership Coordinator to create membership codes for all new residents meeting eligibility criteria and enter information in membership database; assist Membership Coordinator to maintain the membership filing system in a neat and orderly fashion; file paperwork for all departments; answer phones, greets visitors and provides information and referral; report any accidents, unsafe conditions, or problems to the appropriate staff member; light cleaning duties to include refilling disinfectant solution to spray bottles; wiping down front desk.

The ideal candidate will have 6 months experience in customer service environment with basic cash handling experience; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; establish and maintain good working relationships with Board, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors; strong conflict resolution skills. Excellent “people” skills; multi-task; accurately operate a cash register, make change and count deposits; strong computer skills; learn software such as RecDesk, Jenark, and Microsoft Office products.

Work is conducted primarily in an indoor environment.  Employee may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 25 lbs (gym equipment).

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

Anthem Highlands is a planned 1,800 single-family home community association in Broomfield, CO, just north of Denver. Anthem Highlands opened for sales in 2005 and now has 1300 homes. The community has extensive lifestyle and fitness programming, open space, trail system, pocket parks and a centerpiece 32,000 sq. ft. community recreation facility called Parkside Center. 

If you are interested, please email your resume to Corinne Richter at crichter@ccmcnet.com.



Title Administrative Coordinator
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Queen Creek, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Administrative Coordinator position for Ironwood Crossing in Queen Creek, AZ

Work in a fast-paced, challenging team environment providing administrative support to immediate supervisor, Board of Directors, and other departments as needed.

The Administrative Coordinator will receive and respond to resident phone calls, e-mails within 24 business hours, and log any correspondence into computer database; provide confidential administrative support to the team to include drafting and proofreading correspondence, daily monitoring of drop box and mail correspondence; establish best practices for administrative operations to include an operations manual and establishing policies/procedures for opening and closing, room rentals, activity registration and participation, cash receipts; oversee coordination and deliverance of community mailings; coordinate purchase of supplies for the community office; file and maintain up-to-date resident lot files, including scanning of paper documents for files; assign, updates status and close online requests received through the website; be familiar with Design Review process to answer general resident questions and facilitate the related Design Review Committee meeting preparation and administrative of the design review correspondence; be familiar with the Community Rules and Regulations to answer general questions from residents on the same; responsible for assisting team in new owner information in data base, emailing of welcome packets, establishing new owner login/password on community website and assisting team with new owner orientations or events; be familiar with HomeWise Docs (software) and the resale disclosure process to provide general assistance to inquiring realtors related to the resale of homes within the community; assist in the preparation of community meetings to include but not be limited to the administrative needs, location rentals, on-site room set-up break down, etc.; assist with branding events, resident notification of events, set-up, event logistics and coordination; work order processing to include creating, issuing, and closing once complete; be familiar with the Association Assessments to provide residents Emails of statements or ledgers when requested; communicate attorney fees and fee waivers to AR representative.

The ideal candidate must have the ability to work independently and be self-starting.  Be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Must have excellent telephone manner, with a commitment to the highest customer service possible, while maintaining the ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with a Board of Directors, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors. Must possess strong conflict resolution skills, excellent “people” skills, and the ability to thrive in a team environment.

Qualified candidates will have demonstrated administrative knowledge, the ability to research, analyze and organize information to be communicated, intermediate computer skills and knowledge of MS Office programs, a willingness to work independently and as part of a team, and the ability to exercise independent judgment in carrying out instructions.

Work is conducted primarily in an indoor environment; however, some activities may take place outdoors in various weather conditions (particularly high heat).  May be required to lift and move up to 25 lbs., and some evening/weekend work may be required with notice.

Extremely family-friendly, this community features 20 different neighborhood parks.  This equates to about one for every 100 families and includes basketball courts, picnic areas and shaded tot lots.  The aquatic center features a 7,000 square-foot pool with a giant shade structure, splash pad and clubhouse with kitchen.  Situated in an emerging part of town, the community is close to shopping, restaurants and a new charter elementary school.  Ironwood Crossing is fully built out at 2,147 homes.

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Vanessa Torre at vtorre@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Administrative Coordinator
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location San Tan Valley, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time on-site Administrative Coordinator position at Johnson Ranch in San Tan Valley, AZ.

Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Administrative Coordinator is responsible for supporting the day-to-day business operations and administrative duties of Johnson Ranch as required in the governing documents, applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract.

This position will work closely with the Community Manager and Assistant Community Manager to manage the administrative functions of the association office. Provides confidential administrative support to Community Manager to include drafting and proofreading correspondence, daily monitoring of in/out boxes and mail correspondence. Planning and preparing for annual meetings, monthly board meetings and special meetings to include attendance at these meetings as requested. To include preparing all necessary copies, exhibits, notices, etc for these meetings. To include securing location for meetings as requested. Keep community calendar updated with meetings.

The Administrative Coordinator will also assist in receiving, and responding to resident phone calls/e-mails for information, maintenance requests or community issues within 24 hours and logging phone calls as necessary. This includes submitting service requests to maintenance staff, coordinating and updating service appointments with residents and vendors on a regular basis. Updating and maintaining resident accounts to include credit history and attorney status. Creating and Maintaining a community and team calendar to stay abreast of meetings, special events, property inspections, special projects and other deadlineTo be successful in this role, candidate should demonstrate strong customer service and organizational skills, possess excellent communication abilities and collaborative approach to community management in order to establish and maintain good working relationships with Board, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors. Must have the ability to maintain confidentiality of closed session material and personnel matters. We are looking for someone with excellent “people” skills, with strong multi-tasking abilities, highly organized, detail-oriented and a self-starter.

The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years relevant experience with experience in an administrative role.

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

The Johnson Ranch Community consists of 6,071 homes and is home to over 20,000 residents.  Our community is diverse in many ways; with a wide range of ages.  They have families, empty nesters and retirees.  Johnson Ranch offers a multitude of amenities, and has something for everyone!

Residents of Johnson Ranch enjoy over 300 acres of recreation and green belt space, 3 community pools with spas, a 9-hole pitch and putt golf course, a catch & release pond, tennis courts, basketball courts, a sand volleyball court, a 9-hole disc golf course and 19 playgrounds throughout the community.  Residents enjoy over 50 events; ranging from Movies in the Park to Arts & Craft Fairs.  Johnson Ranch lifestyle brings families together for fun and festivities while celebrating the golden age of community!

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to Jenna Perkins at jperkins@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Austin/San Antonio, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Leander, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position available at Travisso in Leander, TX!

The Community Standards Coordinator will work closely with the Community Manager in servicing clients and will provide office assistance and clerical administration for the Homeowners Association. This position is multi-faceted and supports the site management team in a variety of duties. This individual should have excellent people skills, be assertive, and have a professional and a poised disposition. Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, be able to establish and maintain good working relationships with the Board, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors, and must be able to review and have a general understanding of Governing documents, Design guidelines, and meeting requirements for the Association.

Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Community Standards Coordinator will conduct inspections of residential properties within the association to determine if violations of deed restrictions exist with specific reference to property maintenance and aesthetics. They will also document, photograph and record all violations.
The Coordinator will also work closely with the Architectural Review Committee in accepting, reviewing, and recording applications submitted by residents for exterior changes. This will include preparation of applications for ARC meetings, agendas, minutes, and correspondence. Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and business owners while providing the highest standard of customer service. Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting community inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and may need to walk short distances at times to inspect homes along walkways.

Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance. The position will require the candidate to utilize their personal vehicle to conduct community drives and will be reimbursed for mileage.
Candidates must have a flexible schedule and be willing to able to work after-hours and on weekends as needed to conduct assessments and assist in lifestyle events.

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

Situated in the Austin suburb of Leander, Travisso includes beautiful parks, trails and gathering areas where neighbors can come together. The nine-acre amenity complex offers impressive views of Western Travis County and features designed to meet a diversity of needs and desires. These include a dedicated fitness center, a resort-style pool with interactive children’s splash pad, a luxurious surrounding deck with a covered pavilion and fire pit, a playground, play fields, tennis courts, plus indoor space for private parties and community events. This 2,100-acre project currently has 1,500 homes and will ultimately grow to 3,000.

If you are interested, please send your resume to David Allen at dallen@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Nevada, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Las Vegas, NV
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Providence in Las Vegas, NV!

Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Community Standards Coordinator uses independent judgement to manage the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, community standards in compliance with State law, the governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues.  This requires a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the State Statutes regarding due process.  The Community Standards Coordinator will maintain a routine community inspection schedule, assist in the creation and adoption of violation policies, complete agendas, minutes and assist the Manager in helping the community understand the guidelines and guide them through the submittal process.  Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and guests while providing the highest standard of customer service.

Additional responsibilities will include front desk coverage as needed as well as administrative support.

The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, have the ability to form strong relationships, have conflict resolution skills and excellent people skills, and a good working knowledge of Inspirada Community Association policies and procedures.  Good supervisory skills and strong computer skills with MS Windows will also contribute to the success of this role.  Additional experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field are a plus.

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties.

The ideal candidate will have: a PROV-CM or higher (NV Provisional Community Manager (certificate), superior communication skills, and a thorough understanding of association governing documents. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and be able to work effectively with fellow team members via a collaborative approach to community management. Must possess a valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance.

Candidates must have a flexible schedule and be able to work after-hours and on weekends as needed.

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

Located in Southwest Henderson, Inspirada is a beautiful master planned community, with over 5000 residents and 85-acres of parks, trails and open space.  Amenities include a Community Center, seasonally heated pools, splash areas, various ball courts and fields, amphitheaters, and picnic areas.  Inspirada currently offers amenities that appeal to those who choose to live an active lifestyle, with additional amenities planned.  Kids have places to play.  Families have places to gather, and couples have places to escape and explore.  There really is something for everyone!

If you are interested, please email your resume to Michelle Carpenter at mcarpenter@ccmcnet.com.



Title Front Desk Concierge (part-time)
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Richmond, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Front Desk Concierge position at Sweetgrass in Richmond, TX!

The Front Desk Concierge will provide office assistance, membership support and clerical administration for the DW Sweetgrass Homeowners Association. Position is responsible for ensuring that all callers and visitors are greeted in a friendly and informative manner. We are looking for an outgoing Receptionist with a professional personality, a sense of humor, patience and self-control. Position is multi-faceted and supports the site management team in a variety of duties.

Responsibilities include: answering incoming calls; notating accurate messages and directing calls to the appropriate team member; operate and maintain office equipment; serve as front line administrator for onsite community center; assist in HOA meetings, mailings, minutes and administrative functions; assist in updating the website and calendar; and assist in lifestyle events. Other duties may be, prepare outgoing mail or packages; open, date and stamp mail; and ensure that Homeowner files, documents and Accounting files are stored properly.

The ideal candidate will have: experience in homeowner association operations; ability to communicate effectively both orally and written; be organized and efficient in an office environment; computer literate in Microsoft programs; and a multi-tasker and self-starter. This candidate must also have stable transportation; able to work after-hours and on weekends; ability to stand for extended periods of time; and attendance to meetings.

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

Sweetgrass is a place where amenities and lifestyle, the indoors and the outdoors, the daytime and the evening, all come together to create a community.  On site, you will find 500 acres of land that represent 1,500 home sites, with a multi-million dollar amenity area with a state-of-the-art amenity center with indoor and outdoor pools, fitness center, walking trails, and a plethora of outdoor facilities.  Sweetgrass is the epitome of true southern comfort coupled with the famous Del Webb lifestyle.

The rolling topography at Del Webb Sweetgrass creates beautiful country-like views of the area with plenty of opportunities to view wildlife in its natural habitat, including Rabb’s Bayou and more than 50 acres of water on site.  Sweetgrass is the first Del Webb community in the area for those aged 55 and better.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Kelly Salyers at ksalyers@ccmcnet.com.



Title Administrative Assistant
Categories Location: Austin/San Antonio, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location San Antonio, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has an Administrative Assistant positions at Cibolo Canyons in San Antonio, TX

The Administrative Assistant will provide office assistance, membership support and clerical administration for the Cibolo Canyons Resort Community. This position is responsible for ensuring that all callers and visitors are greeted in a friendly and informative manner; making sure office common areas are kept clean and organized at all times; answering resident questions; corresponding via email and mail with residents and vendors; data entry work; daily monitoring of in/out boxes; and maintaining phone messages.

Other duties include but are not limited to: directing calls to the appropriate team member; operate and maintain office equipment; serve as front line administrator for onsite association office; ensure that Homeowner files, documents and Accounting files are stored properly; assist in administrative functions; assist in updating the website and calendar; and cash handling and reservations for lifestyle events. Other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have: a professional personality, a sense of humor, patience and self-control. This candidate must have excellent people skills, be assertive, and have a professional and a poised disposition.  Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, be able to establish and maintain good working relationships with the Board, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors; experience in homeowner association operations or similar customer service environment; be organized and efficient in an office environment; computer literate in Microsoft programs; and a multi-tasker and self-starter. This candidate must also have stable transportation; able to work after-hours and on weekends; ability to stand for extended periods of time; and attendance to team meetings.

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

Cibolo Canyons currently has 1,700 homes and will ultimately grow to 2,400.  Tucked away in the tranquil, rolling hill country, the neighborhood is just minutes away from Downtown San Antonio.  Set in 2,100 acres of breathtaking landscape, the community features distinctive homes, community amenities, a world-class JW Marriott resort and spa, ant two PGA Tournament Players Club golf courses, designed by Pete Dye and Greg Norman.

If you are interested, email your resume to Melissa Rogers at MRogers@cibolocanyons.com .



Title Front Desk Associate (part-time)
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Goodyear, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Front Desk Associate position available at the Presidio Clubhouse, Estrella in Goodyear, AZ!

Excellent part time opportunity for someone who would like to get their foot into a growing, thriving organization or simply work in a flexible, challenging, fun, part-time role within an amazing community!  The ideal candidate will have at 2 years of customer service experience, along with a background in administrative support, strong computer skills including Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and database administration. Demonstrated experienced working with the general public, preferably in resident/guest relations.  The most qualified candidates will be outgoing and friendly with professionalism, a positive outlook, patience and composure. Additional requirements include strong attention to detail through written and verbal communications; ability to independently problem solve and proactively address issues with good judgement.  The position offers a nice balance of working independently as well as within a team; the ability to foster strong team communications is essential. The role offers between 10 – 20 hours per week; weekend shifts may be required, depending upon Clubhouse needs.

Located 17 miles from downtown Phoenix, Estrella provides a lakeside mountain oasis nestled in the Sierra Estrella Mountains in the Sonoran Desert Valley. The community offers more than 500 acres of parks and open space including 72 acres of lakes for boating and fishing, the Starpointe Residents Club, Presidio Residents Club, hiking trails, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, and is home to a Nicklaus- design championship golf course. The community is currently Declarant controlled.

If you are interested in this position, please email Susan Sirois at ssirois@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Devonshire in Forney, TX!  

The Community Standards Coordinator performs on-site covenant enforcement; inspection of resident and builder lots for compliance with community standards as well as inspections of common areas to ensure they are meeting the expectations of the community; oversight of the Design Review process; and enforcement of the Design Guidelines for modifications to the exterior of Units or Lots for both the exisiting homes as well as the new builder constructed lots. They are also responsible for the tracking and coordination of the fine process, including notifications, verifications, and file maintenance.

This position will accept, record and preview all Architectural Control Committee (ACC) applications; prepare a weekly summary of applications in process; process plans to the appropriate consultant for review; return incomplete applications to Owners in a timely manner with a letter outlining missing information or additional information needed in order to process application; correspond to all applicants regarding the Committee’s decisions.

In addition, this position is responsible for providing communication to the Community Manager  regarding suggested changes in procedures, violations to the approved plans and current activity; maintaining records in SmartWebs; attending annual and other Association meetings; receiving and responding to phone calls and emails from residents in a timely manner; responding to resident complaints of covenant violations in a timely manner; and writing articles and content for the Community Standards section in the newsletter.

The ideal candidate shall have a minimum of one year experience in a similar position or related field; must be conversant with Microsoft Windows Office Suite; must be able to work a flexible schedule and have a stable means of transportation.  They must possess the ability to: communicate effectively both orally and in writing; establish and maintain good working relationships with the Board, residents, on-site team, and contractors; read blueprints and interpret construction and landscaping specifications; demonstrate strong conflict resolution skills and have a working knowledge of chapter 209 (Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act).

Qualified applicants shall also possess the ability to rely on experience and judgment to set and accomplish goals.  In addition, the candidate must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances to inspect properties and may be required to lift up to 25 lbs repetitively.

Devonshire is an upscale and affluent neighborhood just east of Dallas, in Forney, Texas.  Devonshire is a thriving master-planned community that greets you with glistening ponds and impressive homes.  Water activities are as close as the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard, a major recreational lake situated just a few minutes north of the community.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Rachel Gatlin at rgatlin@ccmcnet.com.



Title Front Desk Attendant (part-time)
Categories Location: Houston, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Houston, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Front Desk Attendant position at Del Webb The Woodlands!

The Front Desk Attendant provides weekend office assistance and resident membership support for Del Webb® The Woodlands® in its 14,000 SF amenity center! This position is responsible for ensuring that all callers and visitors are greeted warmly; making sure amenity center common areas are kept in order; answering resident questions; corresponding via email with residents and vendors; data entry work; daily monitoring of in/out boxes; and maintaining phone messages.

Other duties include but are not limited to: serve as front line administrator for onsite community center; ensure that homeowner files, documents and accounting files are stored properly; assist in administrative functions; assist in updating the website and calendar; and cash handling and reservations for lifestyle events.

The ideal candidate will have: a professional personality, a sense of humor, and warm, enthusiastic people skills! Experience in retail, hospitality, or similar customer service environment is desirable; be organized and efficient, functional with computers, and great with people.

Hours will be: Weekends only; Saturday and Sunday 9-5. Fill-in shifts for weekday staff and some events may also be available.

All potential employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check. $14.25/hour

Del Webb The Woodlands will complete build-out at around 600 homes on 200 acres with exclusive signature resort-quality amenities designed to encourage an active and engaged adult lifestyle, including a 14,000 SF amenity center, six lakes, walking trails, Pickleball courts, tennis courts, Bocce ball courts, indoor and outdoor pools and spas, an outdoor community kitchen, and more. The community offers a natural refuge, unique in its beauty, diversity, convenience, and comfort, with access to the best restaurants, medical district, shopping, and entertainment venues in The Woodlands. The community is a place that fosters the very best in active adult community living.

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Nick Will at nwill@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Community Standards Coordinator
Categories Location: Florida, Location: South Florida, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Location Wellington, FL
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position available at Arden in Wellington, FL! 

The Community Standards Coordinator is responsible for implementing community standards enforcement. Additionally, this individual will assist the Community Manager in the administrative function of the Design Review process.   Performs a variety of administrative, coordination and documentation tasks necessary to provide high quality community services.

The Community Standards Coordinator will perform property inspections on a weekly basis or as stated by the communities Board of Directors; inspect, process and maintain violations for the community according to approved policies and guidelines; prepare notification letters per established procedures; prepare agendas and minutes/recommendations to the Enforcement Committee and assists with Board of Directors meetings; provides information, assistance, materials and education to new and existing homeowners regarding the benefits of association living; receive and respond to homeowner phone calls as required and in a timely fashion; assist with general association customer service functions.

The ideal candidate will must have a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens, and the State Statutes regarding due process; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; be organized and efficient in work ethic; computer skills including intermediate knowledge of MS Office programs including Outlook, Word and Excel; be flexible and have a stable means of transportation, and a valid driver’s license in state of employment.

This position requires the ability to work a flexible work schedule to include weekends and evenings; to sit in vehicle for extended periods of time; attendance at association meetings. Attendance at other meetings and community events may be required from time to time as requested by the Community Manager. Personal vehicle required, standard mileage reimbursement provided

Located in Palm Beach County, Arden  features a 10,000 square-foot clubhouse, two pools, 19 miles of trails, plus a five-acre farm and community garden all situated around a mile-long central lake.  These amenities  combine  offer residents a rich and earthy experience.  Nearly every home will back up to a park, greenway or nature trail.  Here, neighbors can enjoy the simple pleasures of country living, along with the connectivity and conveniences of city life.  The community is planned for 2,000 homes.

If you are interested, please email Toni Kanfer at toni@myardenfl.com.