Job: Architectural and Community Standards Coordinator

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