Community Association Manager - Georgia License - On-Site

Georgia Licensed Community Association Manager - On-Site
Community Management firm seeking Managers to provide services to Homeowner Associations:
Community Association Managers are responsible for managing the day to day operations of the community placing high importance on timely communication, responsiveness, organization, customer service and follow up.
The candidate will be expected to do the following proficiently:
Act as liaison between the Board of Directors, vendors, homeowners and staff
Communicate to the Board of Directors, vendors and homeowners regarding the essentials of their duties and community items
Provide guidance to Board members regarding community policies all under the realm of state statutes and established Rules and Regulations
Attend Board scheduled Board Meetings
Provide fiscal management through budget preparation and accounts receivable processes.
Complete Board packets, Management Reports, Action Item Lists and follow-up accordingly
Have knowledge of the contract analysis and vendor accountability practices
Perform site visits for the purpose of oversight of client vendors and administration of client's enforcement processes and procedures
Respond to e-mails and phone calls daily
Experience in the Community Association Management field
Exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Ability to multi-task and be organized is critical to the success of the position
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
Good driving record
Medical insurance
Dental & Vision
Life insurance
Short Term and Long Term Disability
Licensing: Community Association Managers must be licensed in accordance with State requirements.

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