Leading Real Estate Firm in the greater Anchorage area is looking for full-time a Homeowners Association Community Manager.
Please note: This position is for Community Manager of Homeowners Associations and Condominium Associations, not rental property or apartment management.
This position is complete with benefits including, Health Insurance (medical, dental, and vision group plans), IRA matching, life insurance, and an outstanding company culture.
We believe our finest accomplishments come from working together. We encourage collaboration and teamwork. We understand that without each one of our outstanding employees, we wouldn’t be the success we are today.
You will receive support from our amazing dedicated support staff. Our positive team environment will provide you with the exceptional support and training you need to be successful in your role and develop your career.
Responsibilities and Duties include the following but are limited to:
- Performing primary functions of managing condominium and homeowner’s associations
- Possess excellent people skills and a good communicator
- High volume of communication with Vendors, Owners, and Boards
- Responding to service and other requests
- Strategic problem solving skills and ability to follow through on tasks
- Responding to inquiries and requests of multiple Boards of Directors and Committees
- Interacting with membership, resolving grievances, and providing knowledge of all governing documents, rules, and policies
- Generating and obtaining Board approval for all Capital Expenditures
- Negotiating all contractor agreements, per Board directives
- Implementing and enforcing rules and regulations, per Boards
- Assisting with Annual Board of Directors Election, and responsible for all aspects of Annual Meetings and election processes
- Maintaining a friendly and helpful attitude toward all members, suppliers, contractors and coworkers
- Arranging for and obtaining bids, and overseeing activities of contract service representatives
- Approving all vendor’s invoices, assure all bills are paid on time, sign AP checks, and review weekly status
- Attending Board meetings, which generally occur in the early evening
Qualifications and Skills
- Have a current Alaska Real Estate License, or an ability to obtain one within 6 months
- Have a current, valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance
- Minimum 21 years of age
- Motivated to become an expert in the HOA field, and to build a successful long-term career
1-2 years of experience managing community associations (HOAs) and working with their boards of directors. In place of HOA experience, 2 years of customer service, management, assistant community manager, property management, leasing and apartment management, or other related experience is preferred.
Pay is commission based with a monthly guarantee during training period. Top earners can range from $75,000 - $100,000+ annually.