Community Association Manager

ATARID, Nationwide Specialist Recruiters to the Property, Hospitality and Asset Management Industries are being retained by our Client, a property management corporation who are seeking an experienced:
Community Association Manager
Job Id# EB-1788243053
o Manage the day to day operations of a developer portfolio of Homeowner Associations
o Review financial statements, prepare budgets and present to Boards
o Market to homeowner associations within the area to acquire management contracts
o Communicate with Board, Resident and Owners
o Apply and adhere to company standards and Florida applicable legislation
o Prepare for and attend regular board meetings as required
o Enforce community restrictions
o Conduct regular property inspections to ensure curb appeal
o Solicit bids, negotiate contracts, manage Vendors and verify contractor information
o Provide excellent customer service and deal with issues to ensure positive Board relationships are maintained
Experience & Qualifications:
o 3+ years' experience managing a portfolio of communities as Licensed Community Association Manager
o Marketing services to homeowner associations within the area
o Confident personality with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision
o Self-starter with a pro-active approach to community association management
o Must be proficient in MS Office Suite software - Word, Excel and Outlook.
o Good interpersonal skills and professionalism is required
o LCAM is required
Salary: $55,000 Plus comprehensive benefits package including healthcare, 2 weeks' vacation, holidays and personal days; 401k; Mileage reimbursement, cell.
All hiring fees are paid by the hiring company.
ATARID Specialist Recruiters work with you to ensure you are matched to the career opportunity of choice; ATARID has connections with leading Property, Hospitality and Asset Management Corporations throughout major cities across USA.
If you are an experienced industry professional and would like to learn more about how we can assist you bring your career search to a successful conclusion, in the first instance please reply with a full resume; all discussions and resumes will be treated in strictest confidence.

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