CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards Coordinator position at Vizcaya in Round Rock, TX!
The Community Standards Coordinator performs on-property covenant enforcement; inspection of Lots for compliance with community standards; oversight of the Design Review process; and enforcement of the Design Guidelines for modifications to the exterior of Units or Lots. They are also responsible for the tracking and coordination of the fine process, including notifications, verifications, and file maintenance.
This position will accept, record and preview all DRC applications;prepare materials for DRC meetings, including agendas and a summary of applications in process; process plans to the appropriate consultant for review; return incomplete applications to Owners in a timely manner with letter outlining missing information or additional information needed in order to process application; attend Design Review Meetings and prepare minutes, and correspond to all applicants regarding the Committee’s decisions.
In addition, this position is responsible for providing communication to the DRC regarding suggested changes in procedures, violations to the approved plans and current activity; maintaining Records in SmartWebs; attending annual and other meetings; receiving and responding to phone calls from Residents in a timely manner; responding to resident complaints of covenant violations in a timely manner; and writing copy for the Community Standards and DRC Notes sections in the newsletter.
The ideal candidate must have a minimum of one years experience in a similar position or related field; must be conversant with Microsoft Windows Office Suite; must be able to work a flexible schedule and have a stable means of transportation. They must possess the ability to: communicate effectively both orally and in writing; establish and maintain good working relationships with the Board, DRC, Committee members, residents, staff, volunteers and contractors; read blueprints and interpret construction and landscaping specifications; demonstrate strong conflict resolution skills and have a working knowledge of the Vizcaya Association Design Guidelines, Governing Documents and CHAPTER 209 (Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act).
Qualified applicants shall also possess the ability to rely on experience and judgment to set and accomplish goals. In addition, must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions, in particularly high heat, and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties and may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 25 lbs.
Designed for people age 55 and better, Heritage at Vizcaya is set upon 477 acres of Round Rock countryside that is conveniently located with easy access to anything and everything. At build out, the community will have 645 single family homes. Amenities include a 6,500 square foot clubhouse known as “The Lodge” that features flexible meeting rooms, a professional kitchen for catering and demonstrations, a fitness room, resort style pool and more. Residents also enjoy a number of concierge services at The Lodge.
The growing master-planned community of Traditions at Vizcaya offers a choice of complimentary floor plans designed for easy living and entertaining. The community will have 570 single family homes at build out and community amenities include a pool and pavilion.
If you are interested, please email your resume to Patricia Rybachek at firstname.lastname@example.org.