CCMC currently has a full time Community Manager position available for the Western Division in Arizona!
The Western Division Community Manager will be a valuable resource that acts as a backfill for various community managers and site leadership positions throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area. The Community Manager will perform all duties on a temporary basis, or until a permanent manager is found for that site. These duties will include, but are not limited to: overseeing all daily office functions; ensuring all associations’ liability and insurance policies conform with the law; developing and administering the annual operating and reserve budgets; providing professional guidance to the Board regarding its policy making; and attending meetings of the Board, committees and membership.
The Western Division Community Manager will also recruit, hire, supervise, and evaluate site employees; oversee operation and maintenance of all association facilities; and onboard the new community manager or site leadership position when he/she is assimilated into their new role at the community. This position will also work closely with Shared Services to ensure proper documentation and execution of community financials, reports and records, and with the Training Manager to execute education goals. When not providing site coverage, this position will assist the Western Division Leadership Team with projects as assigned.
Candidates must exhibit strong organizational, verbal and written communication skills; the ability to recruit, develop and supervise employees; and demonstrate excellent people and customer service skills. Candidates must also have extensive knowledge of federal and state laws governing the operation of community associations and knowledge of the community’s governing documents and rules.
The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and a minimum of five years in a community association industry or management field. Preferred qualifications include two years’ experience in large scale community management; minimum CAI credential of CMCA designation with the ability to obtain the PCAM; and minimum state credential necessary to qualify for any required state certification or licensing.
Candidates must also have a valid driver’s license and current vehicle liability insurance. Must be able to work both indoors and outdoors, while also traveling throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area. Must be able to work longer than an eight-hour day/forty-hour work week and be able to respond to afterhours emergencies.
If you are interested, please submit your resume to Melisa McCoy at email@example.com.