Sr. Community Manager

Company Name:
Professional Community Management
Location: Riverside, CA Professional Community Management of CA, Inc. (PCM) is seeking a Full Time Sr. Community Manager to join our growing team. To manage multiple associations according to the individual CC&R's and PCM contract governing that association. Transition new accounts to a target manager and follow up as long as necessary. Set up new developer accounts and supervise community managers.Position reports directly to the Vice President of Commercial Management. Work involves regular contact with homeowners and board members.
Continue to manage own associations with efficiency and professional standards. Supervise community managers. Transition in new accounts; coordinate with targeted manager and follow-up as long as necessary.
Attend new association board or developer meeting; prepare rules and regulations, ARC procedures, delinquency policy; set up annual meeting per documents. Set up association information book; set up annual calendar; be aware of year end financial reporting dates; prepare board packages, agendas, minutes; follow up with action items; walk throughs; code invoices; coordinating with appointed manager.
Attend established association meetings that are new accounts for PCM. Review files. Set up information book and annual calendar; be aware of year end financial reporting dates. Establish delinquency procedure. Prepare board packet, agenda, and minutes: follow up with action items; walk through; code invoices, coordinate with appointed manager.
Organize and present information at staff meetings in coordination with the Vice President of Management Services.
Supervise assigned manager. Be available for consultation and guidance.
Attend their board meetings at least annually
The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work of different assignment positions.

Review and sign association checks after manager coding and accounting procedures completed.
Assist with other jobs and other duties as necessary.

Graduation from high school or college supplemented by courses in business Administration; two years experience in a supervisory capacity.
Ability to work in a corporate environment.
Ability to use computer keyboard, and ten key.
Ability to read, understand and implement homeowner association CC&R's, bylaws and contracts.
Knowledge of business English, vocabulary, spelling, and arithmetic.
Ability to use common software packages.
Ability to research problems and prepare written recommendations.
Ability to compose correspondence.
Ability to communicate effectively with others in English.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees and the public.
Proof of current automobile insurance and acceptable DMV printout.
Position is full time and may require evening and weekend work schedules.

We offer an excellent working environment, competitive compensation, and great benefits. For full-time employees, our benefits include: medical, dental, life insurance, 401(k), paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave.

Principals only, no third party vendors
Professional Community Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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