Job: Director of Architectural and Community Standards

Title Director of Architectural and Community Standards
Categories Location: Colorado, Role: Administrative and Community Standards
Salary $70,000.00-$75,000.00
Location Douglas County, CO
Job Information

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

Under direction of the Director of Community Experience and Resident Support, the Director of Architectural and Community Standards is responsible for the residential covenant enforcement and architectural design review processes in accordance with the governing documents, state law and as outlined in the CCMC management contract. The Director serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as advisor to the Director of Community Experience and Resident Support involving policies and procedures to promote and maintain a true sense of this Colorado community.

The Director of Architectural and Community Standards oversees the residential covenant enforcement and architectural design review processes; provides information, education, and training for residents on Sterling Ranch covenants, rules, and regulations; makes routine reports to the Director of Community Experience and Resident Support on all resident on-site activity; ensures that the needs and requests of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner; plans for appropriate systems to support the Architectural and Community Standards department functions; schedules and facilitates meetings of the residential Design Review Subcommittee and the Community Standards Committee, providing staff-level approvals, professional direction, and assistance, as needed, and ensuring that the minutes and decisions are documented and implemented, as appropriate; maintains all review records as required by state law and CCMC protocol; resolves resident covenant enforcement matters for the community including paperwork, phone and personal contacts and Board presentations according to approved policies and guidelines;

Additionally, the Director assists in the creation and adoption of violation policies based upon State Statutes and the District governing documents; maintain all residential services records as required by state law and CCMC protocol; monitors community publications to ensure consistency and appropriate tone; ensures that updates to community standards, covenant regulations and all other pertinent information are included in the community publications and website; develops and monitors training and education opportunities for staff and encourages self-improvement; oversees the administration of human resource functions for the department; ensures that staff follows established policy and procedures, particularly safety procedures; disciplines and terminates personnel; demonstrates leadership and professional image to associates, guests, competitors, residents, potential new homeowners, local community representatives, vendors, and sub-contractors.

 

The ideal candidate have at least 3 years of progressive experience in on-site large-scale municipal, district or community association management; a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in business, public administration or a related field; and the highest level of customer service, sophistication and professionalism; good working knowledge of federal and state laws governing the operation of metropolitan districts and/or community associations; general knowledge of architectural and engineering drawings; extensive knowledge of the community’s governing documents and rules; excellent people skills and proven ability to maintain working relationships with residents and volunteers; strong speaking and writing skills, with the ability to communicate effectively on a variety of levels; strong organizational, supervisory and conflict resolution skills; computer skills in Windows environment. Ability to learn and train others on CCMC software.

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.

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

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

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