Role: Community and District Management

Title Community Manager
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Community and District Management
Location Plano, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position at Central Division Office in Plano, TX!

Under the direction of multiple Boards of Directors and the Division Vice President, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of several growing communities in the Central Division portfolio, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law, and outlined in the CCMC management contract.This position also includes oversight and leadership of service contractors and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels, with the utmost focus, organization, and professionalism. The Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as an advisor to the Board, and by creating a variety of social opportunities and events to promote and preserve a real sense of community.

This position is not your average portfolio – this Community Manager is in a unique opportunity to develop and grow the management style and teams associated with new communities in the market, including those under declarant control. Many of these communities will then transition to an on-site manager. This is a highly visible position that is integral to the successful working relationship with our clients. This Community Manager is based out of the Central Division Office, located in Plano, TX. This position requires local travel to various communities weekly, and may also assist in other communities in various markets as assigned by the Division.

Responsibilities include: providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily business functions of the association; supervising, training, motivating and developing a dedicated site team, creating and administering annual budgets while monitoring performance against the budget; preparing various reports for the Board of Directors; developing and implementing a risk management program; facilitating long-range planning and annual goal setting; overseeing operation and maintenance of all association assets; developing, promoting, coordinating, and oversight community events; conducting regular meetings with residents and volunteers; ensuring that the requests of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner, and performing other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have a CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations) credential and three years of progressive experience in Association management. Preferred candidates will have working knowledge of amenity management and service expectations of vendors and providers, as well as experience in working with both declarant and resident/homeowner boards. Qualified candidates must have reliable transportation and be located within the DFW market. This team member will need to work effectively with a diverse team of boards and CCMC team members.

This position is located at the Central Division Office in Plano, TX, however the ability to travel within the DFW market is required for regular community visits and meetings.

If you are interested please submit your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.



Title Assistant Community Manager
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Community and District Management
Location Scottsdale, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time Assistant Community Manager position located in Scottsdale, AZ!

Working in a highly responsible and confidential manner, provides administrative support to the Community Managers, Vice President and Board of Directors. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost of focus and professionalism.

Job responsibilities include drafting and reviewing correspondence, scheduling meetings, screening telephone calls, maintaining records, writing reports, responding to resident inquiries and provide timely information and follow up.  They will be responsible to fulfill resident information requests, assist in maintaining association records in accordance with Record Retention Policies and State laws; posts information on websites in a timely manner; serve as support staff person at communities as assigned by the Vice President; proof read documents as requested and review websites, HomeWise and SmartWebs at least monthly to ensure that posted information is current.

The ideal candidate will communicate effectively both orally and in writing, establish and maintain good working relationships with Board, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors; demonstrate working knowledge of governing documents, rules and regulations and ability to communicate these effectively to staff and residents; maintain confidentiality of closed session material and personnel matters; demonstrate excellent “people” skills; multi-task, possess strong office skills including word processing/typing skills, filing, proof-reading, etc.  Working knowledge in the use of CONCUR, HomeWise, SmartWebs and VMS software products is desirable.

Work is conducted indoors in an office environment where employee must sit or stand for long periods of time.  Employee may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 40 lbs.  Must be able to respond to after hour’s emergencies as necessary.

The ideal candidate will possess at least two years of progressive community management experience, and hold a CAASP, CAAM or CMCA.

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 Lisa Lundskow at llundskow@ccmcnet.com.



Title District Manager
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Community and District Management
Salary $79,040 – $93,600
Location Arvada, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time District Manager position at Leyden Rock Metropolitan District located in Arvada, CO!  

Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the District Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the District as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. The District Manager oversees staff and service contractors and daily interactions with community residents and volunteers. The District Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as advisor to the Board in short and long-term strategic planning, management of District operations, and regarding District policies and procedures. Working alongside residents and volunteer committees, the District Manager works to promote and maintain a true sense of community. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost of focus and professionalism.

The District Manager oversees daily District operations, ensuring that the needs and requests of the Board of Directors and residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner; develops and administers the annual operating budget. Collaborates with the District’s accounting team on preparation of the District’s administrative budget; monitors performance against adopted budget, conducts monthly reviews of financial statements, and prepares a variance report for the Board and District accountants; maintains necessary records for preparation of annual audits in conjunction with the District’s accounting team; provides monthly management and operations reports for the Board of Directors; collaborates with the District’s legal team to create Board meeting agendas; creates management reports and supplies related enclosures for Board meetings.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration or related field; minimum five years of progressively responsible experience and growth in the community association industry or management equivalent in a related field i.e. country club, hospitality, city management or military; extensive knowledge of federal and state laws governing the operation of Special Districts; good working knowledge of the community’s governing documents and rules; excellent people skills and proven ability to maintain working relationships with residents and volunteers; experience and ability to recruit, develop, train, supervise, and motivate staff members; superior communication skills and networking ability; excellent writing skills with the ability to communicate effectively on a variety of level; strong leadership, organizational, supervisory, and conflict resolution skills; proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point. Ability to learn and train others on Jenark software.

Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections; must be able to work longer than an eight-hour day or a forty-hour week; must be able to respond to after-hours emergencies as necessary; Must have a valid driver’s license and current vehicle liability insurance. Two years of large scale community management experience, and minimum CAI credential of CMCA designation, with ability and intention to obtain the PCAM designation is preferred.

Leyden Rock, located in northwest Arvada, is designed for active families. Enjoy the rural beauty of this pristine area, where over 60% of the land is open space, including 17 miles of trails that interconnect with a comprehensive regional trail and open space system. This community includes neighborhood parks and a pool and clubhouse. Although tucked away in a beautiful rural setting, Leyden Rock has exceptional Jefferson County schools, hospitals and shopping all within a 20 minute drive. This community is a place where you can walk, hike, bike, and ride horses for miles. A place where you feel the peace of a rural community, while still having easy access to Boulder, downtown Denver and the mountains.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Community Manager
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Community and District Management
Location Chandler, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position at Fulton Ranch in Chandler, AZ!

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Fulton Ranch Homeowners Association, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. This includes oversight and leadership of service contractors and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels, with the utmost focus, organization and professionalism. The Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as an advisor to the Board and the volunteer committees, and by creating a variety of opportunities to promote and maintain a true sense of community.

Responsibilities include providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily office functions; overseeing the architectural design review and covenant enforcement  processes, in accordance with governing documents; developing and administering the annual budgets; monitoring performance against the budget; conducting monthly reviews of financial statements and preparing variance reports for the Board of Directors; developing and implementing a risk management program; facilitating long-range planning and annual goal setting; overseeing operation and maintenance of all association assets; ensuring that the needs of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner; and performing other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have: a CMCA designation, at least 5 years of progressive  community management experience, architectural review familiarity, and possess a strong operational knowledge, with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and irrigation. Must also have excellent communication skills, and a strong understanding of community financial operations. Qualified candidates should be assertive, self-motivated, work independently and be able to work effectively with a homeowner Board of Directors and resident-led committees.

Situated within the Fulton Ranch 520-acre master-planned community is a beautiful 28-acre lake system with flowing streams and waterfalls, lushly landscaped walking paths and covered ramadas. Fulton Ranch features multi-million dollar custom homes, single-family homes, townhomes and three retail centers. 

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

If you are interested, please send your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.



Title Community Manager
Categories Location: Austin/San Antonio, Location: Texas, Role: Community and District Management
Location San Antonio, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position at Riverstone at Westpointe in San Antonio, TX!

Under the direction of Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of Riverstone at Westpointe, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law, and outlined in the CCMC management contract. This position also includes oversight and leadership of service contractors and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels, with the utmost focus, organization, and professionalism. The Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as an advisor to the Board, and by creating a variety of social opportunities and events to promote and preserve a real sense of community.

Responsibilities include: providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily business functions of the association; supervising, training, motivating and developing a dedicated site team, creating and administering annual budgets while monitoring performance against the budget; preparing various reports for the Board of Directors; developing and implementing a risk management program; facilitating long-range planning and annual goal setting; overseeing operation and maintenance of all association assets; developing, promoting, coordinating, and oversight community events; conducting regular meetings with residents and volunteers; ensuring that the requests of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner, and performing other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have: CMCA, 3 years of progressive community management experience, and possess a strong operational knowledge with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping, and irrigation. Must also have excellent communication skills and an understanding of community financial operations. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated, enjoy working outdoors, and have an understanding of outdoor amenities, trails, and lakes. Additionally, be able to work effectively with a board of directors, service partners, and CCMC team members.

Located just fifteen minutes from Lackland AFB and just west of San Antonio, Riverstone at Westpointe will feature 4,721 homes at buildout and will include a beautiful amenity center with resort-style pool and plenty of space to play.

If you are interested please submit your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.

 



Title Community Manager
Categories Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Community and District Management
Location Arlington, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a Community Manager position at Viridian in Arlington, TX!

Under direction of the Board of Directors and the Executive Director, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Elements at Viridian Community Association, a 55+ sub-association of the community, and the Town Homes at Viridian Service Area, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. This position will include oversight and leadership of service contractors and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels, with the utmost focus, organization, and professionalism. The Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership within the community, acting as an advisor to the Board of Directors, volunteers, and the Executive Director.

Responsibilities include: providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily business functions of the association; supervising, training, motivating and developing a dedicated site staff; creating and administering annual budgets while monitoring performance against the budget; preparing variance reports for the Board of Directors and Executive Director; developing and implementing a risk management program; facilitating long-range planning and annual goal setting; overseeing operation and maintenance of all association assets; conducting regular meetings with residents and volunteers; ensuring that the requests of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner; performing other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have: CMCA, three years of progressive on-site community management experience, and possess strong operational knowledge with a background overseeing the common area, limited common area, insurance documentation, amenities, maintenance, landscaping, and irrigation. Must also have excellent communication skills and an understanding of community financial operations. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and be able to work effectively with a Board of Directors, Executive Director, service partners, and CCMC team members.

Viridian creates a sense of place – and a sense of community – you will not find anywhere else in DFW. The homes are as beautiful and unique as the natural environment surrounding them with traditional architecture, winding sidewalks, charming streetscapes, and elegant landscaping, which complements the environment instead of competing with it. Located along the south and east borders of the Trinity River in Arlington, Viridian will offer almost 5,000 households access to 1,100 acres of protected wetlands and open space, twenty miles of river trails, a large lake, and a newly opened Sailing Center. Residents will enjoy many modern conveniences, including schools, parks, recreational amenities, hotels, restaurants, retail shops, and offices. Viridian is the first Audubon International’s Gold Certificate Community in Texas. Additionally, Viridian has a very robust Lifestyle program, hosting almost 100 lifestyle events annually.

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.



Title Executive Director
Categories Location: Utah, Role: Community and District Management
Location South Jordan, UT
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Executive Director position available at Daybreak in South Jordan, UT!

The Executive Director in conjunction with the DCA Board of Directors provides leadership and strategic direction for the Daybreak community.  The essential duties for the Director include:

  • To develop strategic long term approaches, forecasting and solutions with a higher level of vision (budget, staffing goal planning, community governance, identifying efficiencies, industry influence, legislation,)
  • Forward facility planning for neighborhoods and the community
  • Association annual goals (creation and monitoring), ensuring expectations of team are clearly defined
  • Shaping and sustaining corporate and office culture and team development
  • Establishing strategic partnerships
  • Fulfill increased need to work with sub association, benefitted assessment and service areas to ensure alignment with neighborhood reporting resolution and community wide standard
  • Continued alignment and coordination with performance and strategies between LiveDAYBREAK and the DCA
  • Maintaining that all parties, all stakeholders working together to uphold the community standards. Maintaining the vision of the community.

The Community Manager, Communications Manager, Community Standards Manager and Office Manager are direct reports to the Executive Director.

Daybreak is Utah’s premier master planned community located in the Salt Lake City metro area.  It is a cutting edge development with a broad spectrum of housing types, commercial uses, and recreational opportunities.    The community currently encompasses over 7,000 homes with an eventual build out approaching 20,000 homes with multiple commercial properties.  Daybreak currently has over 40 miles of trails, Oquirrh Lake for boating and fishing, numerous unique park areas, with new and exciting amenities being built as home building continues.

Daybreak is complemented by a rich lifestyle component through LiveDaybreak, a separate organization that provides a broad range of activities, connections, and interactions within and outside the community.

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.



Title Portfolio Manager
Categories Location: Utah, Role: Community and District Management
Location Salt Lake City, UT
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time Portfolio Community Manager position located in Salt Lake City, UT!

Under the direction of multiple Boards of Directors and the Division Vice President, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of a growing collection of single family, multi-family and commercial community associations. Further, the Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as advisor to the Board and volunteer committees regarding policies and procedures, creating a variety of opportunities to promote and maintain a true sense of community, and performing various other duties as assigned. The Community Manager must be highly responsive to the needs of community residents. Experienced individual should possess strong communication skills to provide direct support to residents, contractors, and volunteers. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): receiving and responding to incoming calls/emails for information, account requests or community issues; accepting, reviewing and approving architectural submittal forms; facilitating Community Standards functions; meeting coordination, including preparing agendas, minutes, notices, and supplemental reports; completing driving tours of the community to identify, document, report and resolve standards concerns; directing work orders to appropriate parties; and, establishing and nurturing partnerships with local organizations, volunteers, vendors, and association members. Candidates must know how to interpret governing documents, applicable state law and multiple contracts.

The ideal candidate will have a CMCA (PCAM preferred), at least 2 years of related experience, and shall possess the following characteristics: multi-tasker; highly organized; superior leadership skills; extremely computer literate with Access and database software experience; detail oriented; and a self-starter. Applicant should be articulate and shall have excellent telephone manner, with a commitment to the highest customer service possible. Must demonstrate good time management, and the ability to maintain confidentiality of closed session material and personnel matters. Further, should have a flexible schedule with the capacity to occasionally work after-hours and on weekends. Experience overseeing lifestyle, fitness center, security, irrigation, landscape, roads, gates and common area maintenance is required.

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

If you are interested, please email Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.



Title Portfolio Manager Assistant
Categories Location: Utah, Role: Community and District Management
Location Draper, UT
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Portfolio Manager Assistant position for the Utah Division Office located in Draper, UT!

Working in a highly responsible and confidential manner, provides administrative support to Portfolio Community Managers and Vice President. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost of focus and professionalism.

The Portfolio Manager Assistant will provide confidential administrative support to the Utah Division office and Vice President by drafting and reviewing correspondence, scheduling meetings, screening telephone calls, maintaining records, writing reports, etc.; respond to resident inquiries and provides timely information and referral; fulfill resident information requests; maintain updated and complete Board and committee minute and resolution books; maintain association records in accordance with Record Retention Policy and State law; serve as recording secretary to the Board of Directors and those committees to which the Community Manager serves as staff liaison; assist with the preparation of agendas and packets, drafts memos, records minutes and posts information on website and bulletin board in a timely manner; serve as lead staff person on Committees as assigned by the Vice President; manages the repair and maintenance of office equipment, telephones and computers and coordinates office supply orders within the budget allotted to each department; poof reads monthly newsletter before it is sent to printer and scans website and Smartwebs at least monthly to ensure that posted information is current.

The ideal candidate will communicate effectively both orally and in writing; take meeting minutes summarizing the key points of discussion and recording verbatim motions and votes as they occur during the meeting; establish and maintain good working relationships with Board, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors; possess knowledge of governing documents, rules and regulations and ability to communicate these effectively to staff and residents; maintain confidentiality of closed session material and personnel matters; have excellent “people” skills; multi-task, strong office skills including word processing/typing skills, filing, proof-reading, etc.; be highly organized; possess good working knowledge of HOA policies and procedures and the ability to communicate these effectively to staff and residents; possess strong computer skills in Windows environment; learn and train others in the use of JENARK, CONCUR, SmartWebs, & VMS software products. Must have at least two years of progressive community management experience, a valid driver’s license and current vehicle liability insurance; strong computer and business skills with experience in using Microsoft Office and database software. Graduation from college with an associate degree, CMCA or other CAI accreditations is preferred.

Work is conducted indoors in an office environment where employee must sit or stand for long periods of time; may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 40 lbs.; required to talk and hear and have the ability to focus and attend to long periods of discussion while taking minutes; must be able to work longer than an eight-hour day or a forty-hour week; must be able to respond to after hour’s emergencies as necessary.

If you are interested, email your resume to Tod Bean at tbean@ccmcnet.com.