|Title||Community Standards Coordinator|
|Categories||Location: Dallas, Location: Texas, Role: Administrative and Community Standards|
CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Valley Ranch in Irving, TX!
Using independent judgment, the Community Standards Coordinator manages the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, community standards in compliance with State law, the governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues. This requires a working knowledge of both the legal process for the community in regards to fines, assessments, liens and the State Statutes regarding due process.
The Community Standards Coordinator will perform inspections of homes and businesses for compliance with community guidelines; oversee the design review process; and enforce the Design Guidelines for modifications to the exterior of homes or businesses. They are also responsible for tracking and coordination of the fine process, including notifications, verifications, and file maintenance. They will create agendas, minutes, and assist the community in the education and understanding of the guidelines.
The Coordinator will also work closely with the Architectural Review Committee in accepting, reviewing, and recording applications submitted by residents for exterior changes. This will include preparation of applications for ARC meetings, agendas, minutes, and correspondence. Additionally, this position requires filing and maintaining correspondence and responding to phone calls while maintaining high visibility and accessibility to homeowners and business owners while providing the highest standard of customer service.
The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, have the ability to form strong relationships, have conflict resolution skills and excellent people skills, and a good working knowledge of Valley Ranch Community Association policies and procedures. Strong computer skills will contribute to the success of this position. Experience in a Community Association setting, education or training in design, construction, landscaping or a related field are a plus, but not required.
Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting community inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and may need to walk short distances at times to inspect homes along canal walkways.
Association vehicle provided for community inspections. Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license with a clear record and maintain current vehicle insurance.
Candidates must have a flexible schedule and be willing to able to work after-hours and on weekends as needed to assist in lifestyle events.
All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.
The residents of Valley Ranch choose to live here for the lifestyle. The community is a very active family oriented area. On any given day you will see many residents taking advantage of the five miles of scenic canal walkways. These lushly landscaped walkways are perfect for jogging or an afternoon stroll. There are also 4 city parks including an Aquatic Center as well as 3 association parks for the resident’s enjoyment.
If you are interested in this position, please email Marie Herrera at firstname.lastname@example.org.