Role: Community and District Management

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.

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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.

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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.

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

We currently have a full-time Community Manager position available at Heartland in Heartland, TX!

The Community Manager reports to the Executive Director and assists the Executive Director in all aspects of governance and operations for the Heartland Community Association. Additionally; is responsible to assist in the hiring and training of Heartland personnel; and promotes business efficiency and team objectives.

The Community Manager will maintain corporate records of the Association; read, review and have a strong understanding and knowledge of Association governing documents, including but not limited to CC&Rs, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, as well as Texas and federal statutes relating to Associations; interact with homeowners, vendors and service providers on a frequent basis to promote and maintain high quality customer service in both the Association and CCMC; solicit bids, negotiate and execute contracts for Association vendors and service providers under limited supervision and reporting directly to the Executive Director; oversee risk management as liaison with the insurance agent for the Community policies, claims, etc.; supervise ARC and Community Standards while providing assistance as necessary; prepare meeting agendas; ensure that meeting notices and minutes are accurate and timely. Attend and facilitate meetings of the Board, committees and membership, providing professional direction and assistance; supervise and assist the Lifestyle Director as needed with recreational programs and special events; track goals and perform annual evaluations of direct reports; ensure Homewisedocs is updated as needed.

Additionally, the Community Manager will evaluate contract performance with Association vendors and service providers; determine, coordinate and implement corrective action as necessary, including but not limited to contract termination; evaluate and approve completed projects with Association vendors and service providers as a prerequisite to final monetary disbursements; research, create and disseminate communications to Lifestyle for newsletters, emails and the web regarding Association projects and closures; review and analyze monthly financial reports; identify, and work with accounting to resolve, any discrepancies in monthly financial reports; schedule, organize and facilitate annual Board of Directors meetings and other special meetings as required by Association policy and Texas law; attend all Association meetings of the Board of Directors; research and assist the Executive Director with annual budgets and prepare presentations to the Board of Directors; communicate with and direct all CCMC departments to ensure compliance with CCMC contractual obligations; anticipate problems and provide solutions for Association and CCMC; exhibit a proactive approach to management; look ahead to anticipate future needs and reserve expenditures; administer all CCMC policies and procedures; attend training sessions, meetings and events to promote unity in team and excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate will have: a CMCA (PCAM preferred), at least 5 years of progressive on-site community management experience, a strong understanding of community financial operations, and possess a strong operational knowledge, with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and security operations. Must also have excellent communication skills. Qualified candidates should be assertive, self-motivated, work well in a large office, and be able to work effectively with a homeowner Board of Directors and resident-led committees. Those with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration, or a related field are highly preferred.

A beautiful 2,000-acre master planned residential community located just twenty minutes east of downtown Dallas. Residents enjoy over 400 acres of parks, picnic areas and biking trails, including a baseball field, soccer field, basketball court and community pool. Heartland goes straight to the heart of all things so important to your way of life.

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

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

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Title Community Manager
Categories Location: South Carolina, Role: Community and District Management
Location Charleston, SC
Job Information

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Title District Manager
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Community and District Management
Salary $70,720.00 – $87,360.00
Location Arvada, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time District Manager position at Candelas located in Arvada, CO!  

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the District Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the District required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. The District 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 and creating a variety of social opportunities to promote and maintain a true sense of community.

The District Manager will oversee daily office functions ensuring that the needs and requests of the residents are done in a timely and professional manner; maintain all district records as required by the governing documents, state law and CCMC protocol; ensure that all district correspondence and notices are accurate and timely; monitor the newsletter to ensure consistency and appropriate tone; contribute a regular management column and items to clarify board actions and policies; ensure that the district’s liability and damage insurance policies conform with requirements of the governing documents and applicable law; develop and implement a risk management program under the Board’s direction, and the annual operating and reserve budgets; maintain complete records of major repairs and replacements, updated warranty information and FF&E inventory for tax and reserve study records; monitor performance against adopted budget, conducts monthly reviews of financial statements, and prepares a variance report for the Board; coordinate investments of funds in accordance with Board policies. Maintains necessary records for preparation of annual audits; provide professional guidance to the Board regarding their policy-making duty as fiduciaries; facilitate long-range planning and annual goal setting.

Additionally, the District Manager will serve as liaison between the district and other entities; recruits, hires, supervises and evaluates site employees in accordance with CCMC personnel guidelines; coaches employees to develop skills and advance within the district and CCMC staff; oversee the administration of human resource functions; prepare bid specifications for contract work and assists the Board in qualifying and selecting contractors by ensuring that the contractors have appropriate expertise, licenses and insurance prior to being considered for any district contract; oversee the covenant enforcement and architectural design review processes in accordance with the governing documents, applicable law and CCMC protocol; ensure that inspections and correspondence are timely and accurate and that the notice and hearing process is followed in accordance with the documents and law.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum five years of progressively responsible experience and growth in the district operations or management equivalent in a related field i.e. country club, hospitality, city management or military; a valid driver’s license and current vehicle liability insurance; proven industry expertise with two years of large scale community management experience; CAI credential of CMCA designation, with ability and intention to obtain the PCAM designation.

Work is undertaken indoors in both an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections; must be able to work longer than an eight-hour day or a forty-hour week; must be able to respond to after-hours emergencies as necessary.

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.

Situated in Arvada, Colorado, Candelas is a nearly 1,500-acre new home community that is planned for 1450 single-family homes and 785 multifamily homes. Hugging an expanse of rolling, high country shortgrass prairie rising up towards the foothills of the Rockies, the landscape boasts nature’s untamed beauty, lending itself to the community motto, “Life Wide Open.” Surrounding the community are five parks, showcasing natural features as diverse as canyons, lakes and wildlife. 

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

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Title Community Manager
Categories Location: Dallas, 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, please email your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com..

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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 available at Silos in San Antonio, TX!

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Silos Community Association, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. 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 true 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 staff; creating and administering annual budgets, while 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; developing, promoting, coordinating and overseeing 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, 5 years of progressive on-site 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 a strong understanding of community financial operations. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and be able to work effectively with the board of directors, service partners, and CCMC team members.

Located on the booming west side of San Antonio, Silos will eventually include 1,500 homes and amenities will include a clubhouse, pool, and fitness center.

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

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

CCMC currently has a full time Community Manager position available at Towne Lake in Houston, Texas.

 Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Towne Lake Community Association, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. 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 true 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 staff; creating and administering annual budgets, while 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; developing, promoting, coordinating and overseeing 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, PCAM preferably, 5 years of progressive on-site 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 a strong understanding of community financial operations. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and be able to work effectively with the board of directors, service partners, and CCMC team members.

Towne Lake, a 2,400 acre community “Connected by Water”, is centered around Houston’s largest private lake. Residents enjoy recreational boating, skiing, and boat docks amid Hill Country inspired homes along a 300 acre recreational lake. The community consists of four separate associations, and will build out with 4000 homes.

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

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Title Community Manager
Categories Location: South Carolina, Role: Community and District Management
Location Summerville, SC
Job Information

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

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Community Association required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. This includes responsibility for the leadership, administration, financial, operational, technical, oversight of staff and service contractors, and daily interaction with developers, home builders, community residents and volunteers. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost of focus and professionalism.

The Community Manager also serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as advisor to the Board and volunteer committees regarding policies and procedures. The Community Manager must also be highly responsive to the needs of community residents, and must be skilled at problem prevention, problem solving, and one on one conflict resolution.

The ideal candidate will have experience working with the developer and homebuilder, and have started with a community from the initial stages of development. Additionally, having a city background will give the selected candidate a large advantage in this role. A Bachelor’s degree or higher, a PCAM Designation, and at least 5 years of related large-scale up-scale master-planned community management experience are ideal. Must have superior leadership skills, excellent communication skills, a strong operational background, and be able to operate via a collaborative approach to community management. Experience overseeing a full budget and financials, roads, parks, gates and common area maintenance is required.

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 first notify your supervisor, and then email your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com. If you know of a qualified candidate who is interested, please have them email their resume to Melissa and note that you referred them to CCMC.

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Title Assistant Community Manager
Categories Location: Florida, Location: North Florida, Role: Community and District Management
Location St. Augustine, FL
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Assistant Community Manager position at Shearwater in St. Augustine, FL!

Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Assistant Community Manager is responsible for supporting the day-to-day business operations and management direction of the Shearwater 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 to oversee multiple departments in the community. Will assist in development of the annual budget and reserve plan and monitor performance against adopted budget, ensure that the reserve study is professionally updated, and review and authorize departmental expenses. This position is also responsible for being a staff liaison to the Board of Directors, Finance and Neighborhood Committees, assisting with preparation of agendas and packets, drafting memos/variance reports, ensuring accuracy of minutes and timely posting of information on website and bulletin board. Will need to routinely attend the meetings of other committees to monitor work plans and provide guidance as necessary.

The Assistant Community manager will also assist with recruiting, hiring, evaluation and termination of employees. As needed, will provide information for monthly newsletter and email blasts, explain board policy decisions as needed, and monitor newsletter content to ensure that communications are consistent and appropriate in tone and presentation. Will complete other duties as assigned.

To be successful in this role, candidate should demonstrate strong leadership and team building 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 Association Management industry experience with experience overseeing administrative staff, as well as common area maintenance. Those with experience working with older adults are encouraged to apply.

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

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 Craig Copeland at craig@myshearwater.com.

 

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Title Operations Coordinator
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Community and District Management
Salary $22.00-$25.00
Location Arvada, Co
Job Information

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

Under the supervision of the District Manager and the Board of Directors, the Operations Coordinator serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, working alongside the District Manager to oversee daily operations of the community. The Operations Coordinator also lends assistance to the Lifestyle Coordinator as needed with community events and District communications.

The Operations Coordinator will assist in operations of the community; oversee daily office functions ensuring that the needs and requests of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner; collaborate with District Manager to ensure all District correspondence and notices are accurate and timely; provides administrative support to District Manager, which may include drafting and proofreading correspondence, daily monitoring of email and community website correspondence; routine, on-site monitoring throughout the District for trash and debris, general and landscape maintenance issues, to include weekly reports to the District Manager on findings and plans for follow-up with appropriate vendors; on-site monitoring for completion of maintenance and landscape projects, generating work orders as needed; Inspect process and resolve covenant enforcement matters and architectural design review applications for the community including paperwork, phone and personal contacts according to approved policies and guidelines; community website maintenance, updates, and documents upload; ensures community wayfinding signs are updated; Attend Board meetings and at other meetings and events; collaborate with District Manager and Lifestyle Coordinator in developing and administering the District’s annual operating budget; maintain complete records of major repair and replacement projects, warranty information, and inventories; assist Lifestyle Coordinator with community event planning and implementation and community communications.

In addition, the Operations Coordinator must demonstrate integrity, dependability, and outstanding work ethic; be self-motivated and able to work independently while prioritizing essential tasks; possess outstanding customer service skills and have excellent verbal and written communication skills;  excellent time management, conflict resolution skills, and strong decision making abilities; strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Power Point and Google applications; ability to learn and train others on Jenark software.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration or related field; at least two years’ experience in an office environment with strong computer skills in Microsoft Office; excellent written and verbal communication skills; project management experience; industry expertise with at least one year of experience with community associations or Districts. Must have a valid driver’s license and current vehicle liability insurance; Experience with special districts or homeowner associations operations preferred.

Work is done indoors in both an office environment where employee must sit and stand for long periods of time and outdoors conducting field inspections and participating in lifestyle events. Employee may be required to lift and move up to 40 lbs. must be able to work events and attend meetings after hours and on weekends as well as respond to after-hours emergencies as necessary.

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.

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 Christina Barkley at cbarkley@ccmcnet.com.

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

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position at Travisso in Leander, TX.

Under direction of Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Travisso Community Association, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. 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 true 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 staff, creating and administering annual budgets, while monitoring performance against the budget; 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; developing, promoting, coordinating and overseeing 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, AMS, and/or PCAM designations, 3+ years of progressive on-site community management experience, superior leadership skills, 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 and be able to work effectively with a board of directors, service partners, and CCMC team members.

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 21-acre project currently has over 1000 homes and will ultimately grow to nearly 3,000.

If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.   If you know of a qualified candidate who is interested, please have them email their resume to Melissa and note that you referred them to CCMC.

 

 

 

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Title Community Manager
Categories Location: Arizona, Role: Community and District Management
Location Marana, AZ
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CCMC currently has a full time Community Manager position available at Gladden Farms in Marana, AZ!

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Community Association required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract.  Includes oversight of service contractors, the Lifestyle, Administration, and Covenants Department within Gladden Farms and Santa Rita Ranch, and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost of focus and professionalism.

Responsibilities include providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily office functions; developing and administering the annual budgets; monitoring performance against the budget; conducting monthly reviews of financial statements and preparing variance reports for the Board(s) 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; overseeing the Community Owner’s Service Business; overseeing preparation of Board and Annual meetings; team leadership and coaching; and ensuring that the needs of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner.

In addition, the Community Manager monitors all community communications, including email blasts, website and newsletter to ensure consistency and appropriate tone; contributes a regular management column and items to clarify board actions and policies; plans, coordinates and attends the various functions and trips; as well as purchases supplies, previews entertainment and evaluates locations; and ensures that activities, events and pertinent information are included in the newsletter.  Creates opportunities for the Community Association to generate revenue from rentals, programs, special events, tours, etc. by scheduling rentals and coordinating amenity set ups, outside vendors, entertainment and catering; and performs other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of progressive on-site community management experience, a strong understanding of community financial operations, and possess a strong operational knowledge, with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and security operations. Must also have excellent communication skills; event planning, volunteer management, and community programming experience.

Qualified candidates should be assertive, self-motivated, work well in a large office, and be able to work effectively with a homeowner Board of Directors and resident-led committees. Those with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration, or a related field are highly preferred.

Gladden Farms is located in Marana, just north of Tucson. The community has 320 acres of open space, several parks, a basketball court, a Marana community park with Little League and soccer fields is on adjacent land, and over six miles of paved biking and walking paths throughout the community.  This master planned family community consisting of 1,550 single family homes with a total build-out of 3,600 homes is currently under Developer control.

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

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

CCMC currently has a Community Manager position at Del Webb at Union Park in Aubrey, TX.

Under direction the of Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Community Association, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. Includes oversight and leadership of staff and service contractors and daily interaction with community residents, committee’s 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 providing assistance to the Lifestyle Director on-site when needed. This will help create a variety of social opportunities and events to promote and preserve a true sense of community!

Building relationships is an integral part of a community managers’ success.  This is especially true in a 55+ community.  This is an active adult community, not a retirement community.  The residents have time, expertise and a strong desire to be an active part of governing the association.

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; developing and implementing a risk management program; facilitating long-range planning and annual goal setting; overseeing the operation and maintenance of all association assets; promoting and overseeing community events; conducting regular meetings with residents, committees and volunteers; ensuring that the requests of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner.

The ideal candidate will have: CMCA, 3 years of progressive on-site community management experience and possess a strong operational knowledge with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and irrigation. Experience managing a 55+ community is preferred. Must also have excellent communication skills as there will be communication with Builders, and a understanding of community financial operations. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and be able to work effectively with a board of directors, service partners, committees and CCMC team members.

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

Del Webb at Union Park 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 acres of land that represent 600 home sites, with an amenity center that includes a pool, clubhouse/workout facility, tennis and pickleball. Del Webb at Union Park is the epitome of true southern comfort coupled with the famous Del Webb lifestyle.

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

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

CCMC currently has a full time Community Manager position available at Saguaro Bloom in Marana, AZ!

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Community Association required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract.  Includes oversight of service contractors, the Lifestyle, Administration, and Covenants Department within Gladden Farms and Santa Rita Ranch, and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost of focus and professionalism.

Responsibilities include providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily office functions; developing and administering the annual budgets; monitoring performance against the budget; conducting monthly reviews of financial statements and preparing variance reports for the Board(s) 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; overseeing the Community Owner’s Service Business; overseeing preparation of Board and Annual meetings; team leadership and coaching; and ensuring that the needs of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner.

In addition, the Community Manager monitors all community communications, including email blasts, website and newsletter to ensure consistency and appropriate tone; contributes a regular management column and items to clarify board actions and policies; plans, coordinates and attends the various functions and trips; as well as purchases supplies, previews entertainment and evaluates locations; and ensures that activities, events and pertinent information are included in the newsletter.  Creates opportunities for the Community Association to generate revenue from rentals, programs, special events, tours, etc. by scheduling rentals and coordinating amenity set ups, outside vendors, entertainment and catering; and performs other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of progressive on-site community management experience, a strong understanding of community financial operations, and possess a strong operational knowledge, with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and security operations. Must also have excellent communication skills; event planning, volunteer management, and community programming experience.

Qualified candidates should be assertive, self-motivated, work well in a large office, and be able to work effectively with a homeowner Board of Directors and resident-led committees. Those with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration, or a related field are highly preferred.

Steps away from the breathtaking Tucson Mountains in northwest Marana lies the Saguaro Bloom Community Association! Saguaro studded cliffs and stunning sunsets abound at this hidden gem of a community. Saguaro Bloom is the perfect home for residents to play, be active, and enjoy the outdoors. Saguaro Bloom offers over ten parks and tot lots, a resort style swimming pool, a splash pad and a brand new community center complete with  fitness equipment.  

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

 

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

CCMC currently has a full time Community Manager position available at Overland in Draper, UT!

Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Community Association required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract.

Responsibilities include providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily office functions; developing and administering the annual budgets; monitoring performance against the budget; conducting monthly reviews of financial statements and preparing variance reports for the Board(s) 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; attending, overseeing and preparation of Board, Committee and Annual meetings; Oversees operation and maintenance of all association facilities; performs on property covenants enforcement implementation and process; performs architectural review and site inspections; responsible for the tracking and coordination of the collection process including notifications; secures and oversees association insurance policies; team leadership and coaching; and ensuring that the needs of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner.

In addition, the Community Manager monitors all community communications and responds as necessary, including email blasts, website and newsletter to ensure consistency and appropriate tone; contributes a regular management column and items to clarify board actions and policies; plans, coordinates and attends the various functions; purchases supplies, previews entertainment and evaluates locations; and ensures that activities, events and pertinent information are included in the newsletter.  Creates opportunities for the Community Association to generate revenue from rentals, programs, special events, tours, etc. by scheduling rentals and coordinating amenity set ups, outside vendors, entertainment and catering; and performs other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have at least three years of progressive on-site community management experience, a strong understanding of community financial operations, and possess a strong operational knowledge, with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and security operations. Must also have excellent communication skills; event planning, volunteer management, and community programming experience.

Qualified candidates should be assertive, self-motivated, work well in a large office, and be able to work effectively with a homeowner Board of Directors and resident-led committees. Those with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration, or a related field are highly preferred.

Overland is one of Ivory Home’s largest master-planned communities, aiming to provide over 3,000 homes at build-out with over 400 homes currently completed. Nestled along the western side of the Lake Mountains, Overland not only provides big views, but an escape from the big city while enabling its residents to feel a strong sense of community. This is achieved by Overland’s close proximity to schools, trails, and multiple nearby parks. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the nearby Historic Pony Express trail and playing a pick-up game of baseball or soccer at one of the many nearby fields.  “The Barn” community meeting amenity is now open with an outdoor swimming pool set to open this summer and more amenities planned in the future.

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

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Title Community Manager
Categories Location: Nevada, Role: Community and District Management
Location Henderson, NV
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position available at Inspirada in Henderson, NV!

The Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the community association, as required by the governing documents, applicable state law, and outlined in the CCMC management contract. Responsibilities include oversight and leadership of staff, service contractors and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. This 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 of Directors, and by utilizing the site’s staff and vendor resources to execute the directives of the Board to achieve the community’s goals.

The ideal candidate will have: a CM (NV Community Manager license) or the ability to obtain one, 5 years of progressive on-site community management experience, superior leadership and communication skills, a strong operational background, and a thorough understanding of community financials. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and be able to work effectively with a board of directors, service partners, and CCMC team members via a collaborative approach to community management.

Located in Southwest Henderson, Inspirada is a beautiful master-planned community with more than 5,000 households, twelve (12) benefitted service areas, and over 85-acres of parks, trails and open space.  Amenities include a community center, heated pools, splash areas, various ball courts and fields, amphitheaters, and picnic areas.  Inspirada offers amenities which appeal to those who choose to live an active lifestyle, and even more are 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 in this position, please email your resume to Melissa McCoy at mmccoy@ccmcnet.com.

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

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position at Barney Farms in Queen Creek, AZ!

Under direction of the developer Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Barney Farms Homeowners Association, as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the management agreement. As this is a new community, this includes the set-up of processes and procedures, initiating contract services and providing oversight of the same, assure a positive and high standard of engagement with the 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 of Directors and shall create 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 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 (PCAM preferred), at least 5 years of progressive on-site community management experience, design review familiarity, possess a strong operational knowledge, with a background overseeing common area, clubhouse and other highly amenitized features, general 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 developer Board of Directors.

Years in the making, Barney Farms is on track to be the premier masterplan in the Queen Creek area. With a huge deep-water lake at its core and dozens of exciting amenities, Barney Farms rises like an oasis in the desert. Featuring kayaking on the lake, large pool and aquatic center, clubhouse, sand volleyball, pickle ball, bocce courts, zip lines, extensive walking trails, myriad parks, green spaces and play areas, Barney Farms offers an unparalled lifestyle to its residents.

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.

 

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Title Community and District Manager
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Community and District Management
Salary $62,400-$66,560
Location Denver, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community and District Manager position in Colorado!

The Community and District Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the District and Community required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. Includes oversight 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 of focus and professionalism. In addition, this position serves as liaison between the district, community and other entities, including the developer, public facilities, and may extend to municipal departments and other districts and community associations. The District and Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as the advisor to the Directors of the related districts and volunteer committees regarding policies and procedure

The ideal candidate will have 3 years’ on-site District and Community Manager experience. Must have a strong operational background with architectural modifications, irrigation, landscape, common area maintenance knowledge and maintain the highest level of customer service, sophistication and professionalism.

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

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 development opportunities. 

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

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