Community Manager / HOA Manager


Job Description

Our company is growing! Hammersmith Management is looking for talented and energetic Community Management Professionals who want to work in Colorado! With 34 years of experience, Hammersmith Management has the team, technology and talents which we use to deliver platinum service on behalf of the clients we serve. We pride ourselves on working with Homeowner Associations to create partnerships, add value and deliver results. If you enjoy working in a fast paced environment, making a contribution and the challenges of multi-tasking, you will thrive in your position at HMI! About the Job: This position will primarily be responsible for managing budgets, contract administration, and communication with residents, while encouraging and maintaining client relationships with Board Members. The Community Manager facilitates, advises, educates and assists Board of Directors, their Committees, and Homeowners, in the daily management and operations of the Association's business. ▪manage day-to-day operations ▪administer community and all common area property ▪coordinate, manage and direct all activities pertaining to finance ▪analyze financial reports, and operations budgeting ▪monitor and managing safety, maintenance and community services ▪conduct research and manage special projects as directed by the Board of Directors ▪attend all Board meetings, special meetings, and other committee meetings ▪perform site-inspections of properties The starting salary is negotiable, plus commission and award-winning paid training! CMCA certified applicants are eligible for relocation packages and sign on bonuses! Experience and Skills The ideal candidate will have expertise in the following areas: ▪Strong analytical and problem solving skills ▪Exceptional customer service skills ▪Able to take initiative and have a "get it done" attitude ▪Strong communication skills both verbal and written ▪Highly organized and detail oriented ▪Demonstrates a professional and team oriented presence Education and Experience: Associates degree (A.A.) or equivalent from a two year college preferred. CMCA, AMS and/or PCAM designations preferred. Hammersmith provides the training, support and financial assistance for state-required licensing and your successful career as a Community Manager. Job Benefits Hammersmith Management offers a full range of benefits including medical, dental, vison, disability, FSA plans, HSA plans and 401(k). All employees are encouraged to maintain a healthy work life balance and accrue both vacation and sick time.

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