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Job Description: District Manager

Pinnacle Consulting Group, Inc. is a comprehensive consulting group providing management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure services to Colorado Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS), municipalities and private entities.

We provide our clients with the highest level of expertise, efficiency, and proven procedures in the industry. 

Our specialties include Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS districts) and municipalities. Our vast knowledge of these governmental entities enables us to provide the highest quality of service. Our expert staff represents over 170 years of experience with the management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure of these governments, optimizing performance. Our complete range of governmental management services includes administration, facility management, capital asset management, governmental accounting, financial services, and district formation and organization assistance.

Pinnacle Mission 

Build lasting mutually beneficial relationships with our clients and community by delivering sound solutions and exceptional service.

Company Values

  • Excellence in client services with effective, efficient personal processes and procedures
  • Team Work by cooperatively providing excellent service and sound solutions
  • Respectful professional and humble work ethic
  • Effective Leadership modeled through example
  • Exceeding Expectations with continual attention to the details 

District Manager

The District Manager is responsible for all aspects of managing the operations of the District including but not limited to operation and maintenance of facilities and related services, covenant enforcement, architectural review and control, ownership and financial database management, budgeting, and managing the activities of the Board of Directors. On behalf of the district, this position manages consultants, service vendors/contractors, maintenance support personnel, and maintains contracts/records and governmental compliance on multiple assigned metropolitan, water, sanitation, park and recreation, and fire protection/emergency service districts

Major Responsibilities: 

1. Board of Directors Relations

  • Primary responsibility is to serve the Board of Directors and manage the Board Meetings with the main goal being to provide proactive customer service to all Boards, its constituents, consultants, service vendors/contracts, and support personnel. This includes: 
  • The District Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the district at the direction of the Board.
  • The District Manager shall advise and inform the Board enabling the Board to make well informed decisions.
  • Oversee preparation and distribution of board packets including agenda, minutes, reports, contracts, and agreements prior to board meeting.
  • Efficiently run the board meetings, provide follow-up action items from the meeting, and ensure items are completed in a timely manner.
  • The District Manager should anticipate situations or issues and be proactive versus reactive.  
  • The Manager shall have consistent communication with the Board including periodic status reports at each board meeting.

2. Financial Management 

  • Prepare annual budget for each District and coordinate all financial aspects of the District with Finance and Accounting staff.
  • Assist with Bond issues on behalf of the District. 
  • Works with necessary staff to ensure timely and accurate cost estimates as well as budgeting for current and future capital projects and operations. 
  • Prepare the preliminary overall budget, in cooperation with the Finance and Accounting Department.
  • Monitor budget to actual expenses regularly throughout the year.
  • Provide maintenance costs estimation for various district amenities.  Review bid proposals documents to determine cost-saving opportunities.
  • Oversee all accounts payable and accounts receivable activities.

3. Operations

  • Coordinate with Capital and Facilities Managers to prepare annual operations plans.
  • Oversees District operations per the approved Service Plan and District needs.
  • The District Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the district at the direction of the Board.
  • Works with necessary staff to ensure timely and accurate cost estimates as well as budgeting for current and future capital projects and operations. 
  • Manage service/vendor contractors and implement cost containment strategies to ensure each service is on-time and on-budget.

4. Capital

  • Oversight of design and installation of all District infrastructure projects. 
  • Works with necessary staff to ensure timely and accurate cost estimates as well as budgeting for current and future capital projects and operations. 
  • Work with Capital Department service/vendor contractors and implement cost containment strategies to ensure projects are on-time and on-budget.

5. Compliance

  • Ensure that all required filings and notices are submitted in compliance with state statute with the appropriate regulatory agency.
  • Assist the Designated Election Official in the conduct of special and regular elections according to the Local Government Election Law.  

6. Inter-Government/Constituent Relations

  • Acts on behalf of the Districts with city/town departments as well as state and regional agencies to represent district’s interests. 
  • Assist in preparation and distribution of approved District disclosures/information (e.g. water rules and regulations, tap fee resolutions, etc.) to builders and District constituents.
  • Communicate with District constituents, property owners, builders, local municipality, county, and address local concerns, as needed. 
  • Facilitate architectural review and covenant operations of the District, when applicable.
  • Manages all communications, including websites, newsletters, and social media. 

7. Interoffice Relations 

  • Coordinate and communicate with internal staff to ensure day to day administrative, financial, and operations of the District are maintained. 
  • Assist capital and operational staff to ensure services are delivered in a timely manner to meet the needs of the District and constituents.
  • Works closely with Finance and Accounting Department to ensure financial operations of district are maintained.

8. Other Duties as Assigned

Supervised by: Director of District Management and Administration

Supervises: Administrative staff, consultants, and service vendors as required and approved.

Qualifications: 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each major responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

General Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to operate computers using Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office including: Outlook, Word, and Excel, as well all additional relevant and required computer hardware and software 
  • Professional appearance and dress consistent with desired corporate image
  • Demonstrated knowledge of industry practices and terminology
  • Situational awareness
  • Ability to identify problems then develop and implement solutions
  • Strong reasoning, judgement, problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Flexibility and versatility to prioritize and manage projects to completion under multiple, rapidly changing requests
  • Excellent organization and attention to detail
  • Motivated, driven and engaged demeanor
  • Ability to anticipate needs of clients and team members 
  • Able to work well under pressure, meet deadlines and follow through on work assignments
  • Collaborative work style with an emphasis on building and fostering relationships
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to communicate well at all levels of the organization.
  • High level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency and results-orientation.
  • Inspires and motivates others to perform well and accepts feedback from others.
  • Must be willing to carry out company goals and policies. 
  • Improves and promotes quality and demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. 
  • Willing to continue professional development.

Language Skills: 

  • Ability to communicate (speak, read and write) in English with individuals in person, by telephone, and by email
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret various documents and service plans agreements in English
  • Ability to compose business correspondence to a variety of audiences
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from directors, managers, consultants, constituents, various groups and staff.

Mathematical Skills: 

  • Ability to calculate figures and amounts as required in maintaining and reporting expenses, estimates, budgets, discounts, interest, proportions, percentages, areas, volumes and circumferences.

Reasoning Ability: 

  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of Board of Directors, constituents, service vendors, and consultants. 
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. 

Education & Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Multiple years of experience in Public Administration and Community Management

Equipment: Must be able to operate computer, fax machine, copier, telephone, motor vehicle.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

  • This position involves work in an office and outdoors at various project sites. Estimate is 75% indoors and 25% outdoors.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk. 
  • Has frequent need to perform the following physical activities: bend/stoop/squat, climb stairs, push or pull, reach above shoulders. 
  • Constant needs to perform the following physical activities: writing/typing, grasping/turning, and finger dexterity. 
  • Lifting/carrying less than 10 pounds frequently. 
  • Vision requirements: constant needs to read manuals, reports, financial statements, complete forms and view computer screen. 
  • Hearing requirements: constant needs to communicate over telephone and in person. 

Driving Requirements: 

  • Must possess a valid Colorado Driver’s License and a clean driving record to operate a company owned fleet vehicle.
  • Ability and means to travel locally as needed, to and from multiple client and Company worksites, proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required. 

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an individual may encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the individual regularly works in an office environment and does not work near moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is quiet to moderate. Occasional early morning, evening and weekend hours may be required as job duties demand.

Benefits Offered

Benefits:

401k Retirement Plan

Employee Stock Ownership Plan

Car Fleet for Business Use

Insurance:

Medical Insurance 

  • HDHP Plans 
  • Traditional PPO Plan 

Dental Insurance 

Vision Insurance 

Life and AD&D Insurance 

Long Term Disability Insurance 

Health Savings Account (H.S.A.)

Flexible Spending Accounts (F.S.A.: Medical, Limited, and Dependent Care)

Aflac Supplemental Insurance

Paid Time Off (PTO):

Vacation Time

Sick Time

Holiday Time


Position Information

Location:

Loveland, CO

Position Status:

Full Time Employment

Job Category:

Management

Work Experience:

Multiple years of progressively responsible experience in Public Administration and Community Management

Education Level Required:

Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Organizational Management, Real Estate or related fields, or equivalent experience

Salary:

$70,000 - $85,000

Contact:

Submit Resume to:  DistrictMgr@pcgi.com

Job Description: District Manager

Pinnacle Consulting Group, Inc. is a comprehensive consulting group providing management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure services to Colorado Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS), municipalities and private entities.

We provide our clients with the highest level of expertise, efficiency, and proven procedures in the industry. 

Our specialties include Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS districts) and municipalities. Our vast knowledge of these governmental entities enables us to provide the highest quality of service. Our expert staff represents over 170 years of experience with the management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure of these governments, optimizing performance. Our complete range of governmental management services includes administration, facility management, capital asset management, governmental accounting, financial services, and district formation and organization assistance.

Pinnacle Mission 

Build lasting mutually beneficial relationships with our clients and community by delivering sound solutions and exceptional service.

Company Values

  • Excellence in client services with effective, efficient personal processes and procedures
  • Team Work by cooperatively providing excellent service and sound solutions
  • Respectful professional and humble work ethic
  • Effective Leadership modeled through example
  • Exceeding Expectations with continual attention to the details 

District Manager

The District Manager is responsible for all aspects of managing the operations of the District including but not limited to operation and maintenance of facilities and related services, covenant enforcement, architectural review and control, ownership and financial database management, budgeting, and managing the activities of the Board of Directors. On behalf of the district, this position manages consultants, service vendors/contractors, maintenance support personnel, and maintains contracts/records and governmental compliance on multiple assigned metropolitan, water, sanitation, park and recreation, and fire protection/emergency service districts

Major Responsibilities: 

1. Board of Directors Relations

  • Primary responsibility is to serve the Board of Directors and manage the Board Meetings with the main goal being to provide proactive customer service to all Boards, its constituents, consultants, service vendors/contracts, and support personnel. This includes: 
  • The District Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the district at the direction of the Board.
  • The District Manager shall advise and inform the Board enabling the Board to make well informed decisions.
  • Oversee preparation and distribution of board packets including agenda, minutes, reports, contracts, and agreements prior to board meeting.
  • Efficiently run the board meetings, provide follow-up action items from the meeting, and ensure items are completed in a timely manner.
  • The District Manager should anticipate situations or issues and be proactive versus reactive.  
  • The Manager shall have consistent communication with the Board including periodic status reports at each board meeting.

2. Financial Management 

  • Prepare annual budget for each District and coordinate all financial aspects of the District with Finance and Accounting staff.
  • Assist with Bond issues on behalf of the District. 
  • Works with necessary staff to ensure timely and accurate cost estimates as well as budgeting for current and future capital projects and operations. 
  • Prepare the preliminary overall budget, in cooperation with the Finance and Accounting Department.
  • Monitor budget to actual expenses regularly throughout the year.
  • Provide maintenance costs estimation for various district amenities.  Review bid proposals documents to determine cost-saving opportunities.
  • Oversee all accounts payable and accounts receivable activities.

3. Operations

  • Coordinate with Capital and Facilities Managers to prepare annual operations plans.
  • Oversees District operations per the approved Service Plan and District needs.
  • The District Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the district at the direction of the Board.
  • Works with necessary staff to ensure timely and accurate cost estimates as well as budgeting for current and future capital projects and operations. 
  • Manage service/vendor contractors and implement cost containment strategies to ensure each service is on-time and on-budget.

4. Capital

  • Oversight of design and installation of all District infrastructure projects. 
  • Works with necessary staff to ensure timely and accurate cost estimates as well as budgeting for current and future capital projects and operations. 
  • Work with Capital Department service/vendor contractors and implement cost containment strategies to ensure projects are on-time and on-budget.

5. Compliance

  • Ensure that all required filings and notices are submitted in compliance with state statute with the appropriate regulatory agency.
  • Assist the Designated Election Official in the conduct of special and regular elections according to the Local Government Election Law.  

6. Inter-Government/Constituent Relations

  • Acts on behalf of the Districts with city/town departments as well as state and regional agencies to represent district’s interests. 
  • Assist in preparation and distribution of approved District disclosures/information (e.g. water rules and regulations, tap fee resolutions, etc.) to builders and District constituents.
  • Communicate with District constituents, property owners, builders, local municipality, county, and address local concerns, as needed. 
  • Facilitate architectural review and covenant operations of the District, when applicable.
  • Manages all communications, including websites, newsletters, and social media. 

7. Interoffice Relations 

  • Coordinate and communicate with internal staff to ensure day to day administrative, financial, and operations of the District are maintained. 
  • Assist capital and operational staff to ensure services are delivered in a timely manner to meet the needs of the District and constituents.
  • Works closely with Finance and Accounting Department to ensure financial operations of district are maintained.

8. Other Duties as Assigned

Supervised by: Director of District Management and Administration

Supervises: Administrative staff, consultants, and service vendors as required and approved.

Qualifications: 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each major responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

General Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to operate computers using Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office including: Outlook, Word, and Excel, as well all additional relevant and required computer hardware and software 
  • Professional appearance and dress consistent with desired corporate image
  • Demonstrated knowledge of industry practices and terminology
  • Situational awareness
  • Ability to identify problems then develop and implement solutions
  • Strong reasoning, judgement, problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Flexibility and versatility to prioritize and manage projects to completion under multiple, rapidly changing requests
  • Excellent organization and attention to detail
  • Motivated, driven and engaged demeanor
  • Ability to anticipate needs of clients and team members 
  • Able to work well under pressure, meet deadlines and follow through on work assignments
  • Collaborative work style with an emphasis on building and fostering relationships
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to communicate well at all levels of the organization.
  • High level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency and results-orientation.
  • Inspires and motivates others to perform well and accepts feedback from others.
  • Must be willing to carry out company goals and policies. 
  • Improves and promotes quality and demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. 
  • Willing to continue professional development.

Language Skills: 

  • Ability to communicate (speak, read and write) in English with individuals in person, by telephone, and by email
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret various documents and service plans agreements in English
  • Ability to compose business correspondence to a variety of audiences
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from directors, managers, consultants, constituents, various groups and staff.

Mathematical Skills: 

  • Ability to calculate figures and amounts as required in maintaining and reporting expenses, estimates, budgets, discounts, interest, proportions, percentages, areas, volumes and circumferences.

Reasoning Ability: 

  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of Board of Directors, constituents, service vendors, and consultants. 
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. 

Education & Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Multiple years of experience in Public Administration and Community Management

Equipment: Must be able to operate computer, fax machine, copier, telephone, motor vehicle. 

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

  • This position involves work in an office and outdoors at various project sites. Estimate is 75% indoors and 25% outdoors.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk. 
  • Has frequent need to perform the following physical activities: bend/stoop/squat, climb stairs, push or pull, reach above shoulders. 
  • Constant needs to perform the following physical activities: writing/typing, grasping/turning, and finger dexterity. 
  • Lifting/carrying less than 10 pounds frequently. 
  • Vision requirements: constant needs to read manuals, reports, financial statements, complete forms and view computer screen. 
  • Hearing requirements: constant needs to communicate over telephone and in person. 

Driving Requirements: 

  • Must possess a valid Colorado Driver’s License and a clean driving record to operate a company owned fleet vehicle.
  • Ability and means to travel locally as needed, to and from multiple client and Company worksites, proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required. 


Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an individual may encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the individual regularly works in an office environment and does not work near moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is quiet to moderate. Occasional early morning, evening and weekend hours may be required as job duties demand.



Position Information

Location:

Greenwood Village, CO

Position Status:

Full Time Employment

Job Category:

Management

Work Experience:

Multiple years of progressively responsible experience in Public Administration and Community Management

Education Level Required:

Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Organizational Management, Real Estate or related fields, or equivalent experience

Contact:

Submit Resume to:  DistrictMgr@pinnacleconsultinggroupinc.com

Job Description: Community Administrator

Pinnacle Consulting Group, Inc. is a comprehensive consulting group providing management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure services to Colorado Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS), municipalities and private entities.

We provide our clients with the highest level of expertise, efficiency, and proven procedures in the industry. 

Our specialties include Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS districts) and municipalities. Our vast knowledge of these governmental entities enables us to provide the highest quality of service. Our expert staff represents over 170 years of experience with the management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure of these governments, optimizing performance. Our complete range of governmental management services includes administration, facility management, capital asset management, governmental accounting, financial services, and district formation and organization assistance.

Pinnacle Mission 

Build lasting mutually beneficial relationships with our clients and community by delivering sound solutions and exceptional service.

Company Values

  • Excellence in client services with effective, efficient personal processes and procedures
  • Team Work by cooperatively providing excellent service and sound solutions
  • Respectful professional and humble work ethic
  • Effective Leadership modeled through example
  • Exceeding Expectations with continual attention to the details 

Community Administrator

The Community Administrator, working under the direction of the Community Manager, coordinates all aspects of Special District community management, covenant enforcement, community outreach, architectural control, and fee billing and collection using standard and approved practices and procedures on multiple assigned metropolitan districts and authorities.

Major Responsibilities: 

1.Constituent Relations

  • Review and respond to questions, suggestions, and requests from residents and property owners via telephone, email, and web posts where applicable.
  • Coordinate with Community Managers to facilitate communication to residents, property owners, builders, and local municipalities.   
  • Coordinate with Community Managers to facilitate architectural review and covenant control operations of each district.
  • Use social media platforms to monitor constituent communications and/or post information regarding District operations. 
  • Identify current issues and proactively coordinate with Community Managers the communication of news and information to residents and property owners utilizing district websites, email blasts, and social media where applicable using multiple platforms such as Word Press, Square Space, and Mail Chimp.


2. Fee Billings and Deposits

  • Coordinate with Community Managers, District Administrators and Accounting Staff to ensure the timely distribution of fee billings based on district specific processes.
  • Coordinate fee billing collections and deposits based on district specific processes with Community Managers, District Administrators and Accounting Staff.
  • Respond to customer inquiries regarding account status.
  • Assist residents and property owners with establishing and maintaining bill pay accounts.


3. Records/Information Management

  • Primary responsibility to maintain ownership databases and files.
  • Coordinate with Community Managers in responding to Title agencies and Real Estate agents in the preparation of necessary closing statements, status requests, and property transfers.
  • Assist Community Managers in preparation and distribution of approved district disclosures/information, rules, regulations, guidelines, enforcement policies, and fee schedules.


4. Management Support

  • Coordinate with Community Managers in preparation for Board and community meetings which includes, but is not limited to the following: 
  • Preparation of monthly reports for distribution with board meeting packets.
  • Attend community meetings, as needed. 


    5. Regulatory Compliance
    • Stay informed on current and new legislation, rules and regulations affecting community management operations. 


    6. Company Relations
    • Works closely with Community and District Managers, Staff Accountants, and Accounting Managers to handle issues and transactions related to finance. 
    • Works closely with District Managers and Project Administrators to handle issues related to maintaining District facilities and improvements.


    7. Other Duties as Assigned


    Supervised by:

    Director of District Management and Administration

    Qualifications: 
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each major responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


      General Skills and Abilities: 

      • Ability to operate computers using Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office including: Outlook, Word, Access, Excel, Facebook and Twitter, as well all additional relevant and required computer hardware and software.
      • Professional appearance and dress consistent with desired corporate image.
      • Demonstrated knowledge of industry practices and terminology.
      • Situational awareness.
      • Ability to identify problems then develop and implement solutions.
      • Strong reasoning, judgement, problem-solving and conflict resolution skills.
      • Flexibility and versatility to prioritize and manage projects to completion under multiple, rapidly changing requests.
      • Excellent organization and attention to detail.
      • Motivated, driven and engaged demeanor.
      • Ability to anticipate needs of clients and team members. 
      • Able to work well under pressure, meet deadlines and follow through on work assignments.
      • Collaborative work style with an emphasis on building and fostering relationships.
      • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to communicate well at all levels of the organization.
      • High level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency and results-orientation.
      • Inspires and motivates others to perform well and accepts feedback from others.
      • Must be willing to carry out company goals and policies.
      • Improves and promotes quality and demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. 
      • Willing to continue professional development.


      Language Skills: 

      • Ability to communicate (speak, read and write) in English with individuals in person, by telephone, and by email.
      • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret various documents, contracts, and service plans and various agreements in English. 
      • Ability to write reports and business correspondence to a variety of audiences.
      • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, Board of Directors, consultants, constituents, various groups and staff.


      Mathematical Skills: 

      • Ability to calculate figures and amounts as required. 


      Reasoning Ability: 

      • Ability to ensure strict and absolute compliance with all local, State and Federal government laws and regulations related to special districts. 
      • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of Board of Directors, constituents, service vendors, and consultants. 
      • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. 


      Education & Experience: 

      • Preferred Community Association Management experience, licensing/certification. 
      • Multiple years of progressively responsible experience in related field with ability to manage large complex projects and an understanding of real estate development.
      • Knowledge of special districts, government bidding, and Title 32 compliance regulations is preferred.
      • Experience with front end content and minor design of websites. 


      Equipment: Must be able to operate computer, fax machine, copier, telephone, motor vehicle. 


      Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 


      1. Stand and walk or sit alternatively depending on specific needs of day. Estimate 50% of time is spent sitting at desk, 25% travel, and 25% on feet. 
      2. Has infrequent need to perform the following physical activities: bend/stoop/squat, climb stairs, push or pull, reach above shoulders. 
      3. Constant needs to perform the following physical activities: writing/typing, grasping/turning, and finger dexterity. 
      4. Lifting/carrying less than 10 pounds frequently. 
      5. Vision requirements: constant needs to read manuals, reports, financial statements, complete forms and view computer screen. 
      6. Hearing requirements: constant needs to communicate over telephone and in person. 
      7. Need to perform standing and walking activities related to inspecting property. 


      Driving Requirements: 

      • Must possess a valid Colorado Driver’s License and maintain a clean driving record to operate a company owned fleet vehicle.
      • Ability and means to travel locally as needed, including to and from multiple client and company worksites, proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required.


      Work Environment:
      The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an individual may encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the individual regularly works in an office environment and does not work near moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is quiet to moderate.  Occasional early morning, evening and weekend hours may be required as job duties demand.

      Benefits Offered

      Benefits:

      401k Retirement Plan

      Employee Stock Ownership Plan

      Car Fleet for Business Use

      Insurance:

      Medical Insurance 

      • HDHP Plans 
      • Traditional PPO Plan 

      Dental Insurance 

      Vision Insurance 

      Life and AD&D Insurance 

      Long Term Disability Insurance 

      Health Savings Account (H.S.A.)

      Flexible Spending Accounts (F.S.A.: Medical, Limited, and Dependent Care)

      Aflac Supplemental Insurance

       

      Paid Time Off (PTO):

      Vacation Time

      Sick Time

      Holiday Time

       

      Position Information  

      Location: 

      Loveland, CO 

      Position Status: 

      Full Time Employment 

      Job Category: 

      Management 

      Work Experience: 

      2+ years in general business, governmental, community/homeowner association administration, or paralegal/legal assistant  

      Education level Required: 

      Associates Degree or Equivalent Certification 

      Salary Range: 

      $48,000 - $60,000 

      Contact: 

      Submit Resume to: CommAdmin@pcgi.com 

      Job Posting: District Administrator

      Pinnacle Consulting Group, Inc. is a comprehensive consulting group providing management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure services to Colorado Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS), municipalities and private entities.

      We provide our clients with the highest level of expertise, efficiency, and proven procedures in the industry. 

      Our specialties include Title 32 Special Districts (metropolitan, water, sewer, park and recreation, and fire/EMS districts) and municipalities. Our vast knowledge of these governmental entities enables us to provide the highest quality of service. Our expert staff represents over 170 years of experience with the management of administration, finance, operation, and capital infrastructure of these governments, optimizing performance. Our complete range of governmental management services includes administration, facility management, capital asset management, governmental accounting, financial services, and district formation and organization assistance.


      Pinnacle Mission 

      Build lasting mutually beneficial relationships with our clients and community by delivering sound solutions and exceptional service.


      Company Values

      • Excellence in client services with effective, efficient personal processes and procedures
      • Team Work by cooperatively providing excellent service and sound solutions
      • Respectful professional and humble work ethic
      • Effective Leadership modeled through example
      • Exceeding Expectations with continual attention to the details 

      District Administrator

      The District Administrator assists District Managers, Accounting Managers, and Project Administrators in all aspects of Special District management using standard and approved practices and procedures on multiple assigned metropolitan, water and sanitation, fire protection/emergency service Districts and Authorities.

      Major Responsibilities: 

      1. Board of Directors Relations

      • Assist District Manager to coordinate the Board of Directors Meetings which includes, but is not limited to the following: 
        • Schedule meetings.
        • Prepare and distribute board packets.
        • File and post necessary board documentation to ensure compliance with open meeting laws. 
        • Prepare minutes, type, and distribute draft minutes for review as directed by District Manager.
        • Attend Board meetings, as needed. 
        • Prepare action plans for District team members and consultants.
      • Perform general administrative tasks of the District, as needed.


      2. Payables and Deposits 

      • Coordinate with District Managers, Project Administrators, Accounting Staff, Accounting Managers and the Board to ensure the timely payment of invoices.
      • Coordinate deposits and funding based on client specific processes.


      3. Records/Information Management

      • Maintain Districts’ records, including public records, according to the State of Colorado Archivist’s Records and Retention Guidelines.  
      • Maintain ownership databases and files.
      • Maintain and manage client websites.
      • Coordinate with Title agencies and Real Estate agents to prepare necessary closing statements.
      • Assist in the preparation and distribution of approved District disclosures/information.
      • Respond to CORA Requests.


      4. Constituent Relations

      • Assist District Manager with communication to constituents, property owners, builders, and local municipalities.   
      • Assist District Managers to facilitate architectural review and covenant control operations of the district.


      5. Governmental Compliance

      • Maintain insurance coverage and various district memberships.
      • Assist District Manager to complete all required filings and notices per state statute.
      • Assist the Designated Election Official and District Managers in the conduct of special and regular elections. 
      • Stay informed on current and new legislation. 


      6. Company Relations 

      • Works closely with District Managers, Staff Accountants, and Accounting Managers to handle issues and transactions related to finance. 
      • Works closely with District Managers and Project Administrators to handle issues related to maintaining District facilities and improvements.

       

      7. Other Duties as Assigned

       

      Supervised by: Director of District Management and Administration

      Qualifications: 

      To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each major responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

      General Skills, Abilities and Requirements:

      • Ability to operate computers using Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office including: Outlook, Word, Access and Excel and all additional relevant and required computer hardware and software
      • Professional appearance and dress consistent with the desired corporate image
      • Demonstrates situational awareness and the ability to anticipate the needs of clients and team members
      • Ability to work well under pressure, be self-motivated, meet deadlines and follow through on work assignments 
      • Must be detail-oriented, highly organized, and able to prioritize and manage multiple projects in a rapidly changing environment 
      • Strong reasoning, judgment and conflict resolution skills
      • Strong interpersonal skills, able to communicate well with all levels of the organization
      • Must be service-oriented with a collaborative work style with an emphasis on building and fostering relationships
      • Working knowledge of property management needed to support metropolitan master-planned communities 
      • Working knowledge of city and state government processes related to metropolitan districts or community associations management
      • High level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency and results-orientation
      • Inspires and motivates others to perform well and accepts feedback from others 
      • Must be willing to carry out company goals and policies


      Preferred: 

      • Understanding of the operations of special districts (Title 32 Governmental Agencies). 


      Language Skills: 

      • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret various documents, contracts, and service plans and various agreements in English. 
      • Ability to write reports and business correspondence to a variety of audiences.
      • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, Board of Directors, consultants, constituents, various groups and staff. 


      Mathematical Skills: 

      • Ability to calculate figures and amounts as required in developing service estimates and tracking systems, calculating district budgets, and performing bid proposal. 


      Reasoning Ability: 

      • Ability to ensure strict and absolute compliance with all local, state and Federal government laws and regulations related to special districts. 
      • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of Board of Directors, constituents, service vendors, and consultants. 
      • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. 


      Education & Experience: 

      • Preferred Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Real Estate or related fields. 
      • Multiple years of progressively responsible experience in related fields with the ability to manage large complicated projects and an understanding of real estate development. Knowledge of special districts, government bidding, and Title 32 compliance regulations is preferred. 


      Equipment: Must be able to operate computer, fax machine, copier, telephone, motor vehicle. 


      Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 


      1. Stand and walk or sit alternatively depending on specific needs of the day. Estimate 75% of the time is spent sitting at desk and 25% on feet. 
      2. Has infrequent need to perform the following physical activities: bend/stoop/squat, climb stairs, push or pull, reach above shoulders. 
      3. Constant needs to perform the following physical activities: writing/typing, grasping/turning, and finger dexterity. 
      4. Lifting/carrying less than 10 pounds frequently. 
      5. Vision requirements: constant needs to read manuals, reports, financial statements, complete forms and view computer screen. 
      6. Hearing requirements: constant needs to communicate over telephone and in person. 
      7. Need to perform standing and walking activities related to inspecting property. 


      Driving Requirements: 

      • Must possess a valid Colorado Driver’s License and a clean driving record to operate a company-owned fleet vehicle
      • Ability and means to travel locally as needed, including to and from multiple client and company worksites, proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required 


      Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an individual encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the individual regularly works in an office environment and does not work near moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is quiet to moderate.  Some overtime and/or irregular hours may be required.


      Benefits Offered


      Benefits:

      401k Retirement Plan

      Employee Stock Ownership Plan

      Car Fleet for Business Use


      Insurance:

      Medical Insurance 

      •  HDHP Plans 
      • Traditional PPO Plan 

      Dental Insurance 

      Vision Insurance 

      Life and AD&D Insurance 

      Long Term Disability Insurance 

      Health Savings Account (H.S.A.)

      Flexible Spending Accounts (F.S.A.: Medical, Limited, and Dependent Care)

      Aflac Supplemental Insurance

       

      Paid Time Off (PTO):

      Vacation Time, Sick Time, Holiday Time


      Position Information

      Location:

      Loveland, CO

      Position Status:

      Full Time Employment

      Job Category:

      Administration/Management

      Work Experience:

      Salary Range:

      2+ years in general business, governmental, community/homeowner association administration, or paralegal/legal assistant 

      Education level Required:

      Associates Degree or Equivalent Certification

      Salary Range:

      $48,000 - $60,000

      Contact:

      Resume to:  DistAdmin@pcgi.com

      Job Description: Community Director

      Success Leads to A Growing Team!

      About Associa - Colorado
      Associa Colorado is a local community management firm with offices in Fort Collins, Denver, and Colorado Springs. Join our team of local and dedicated industry experts and get the best of all worlds- we are a part of an international organization with diverse support services and products. Our compensation package includes mileage reimbursements, a company cellphone, and a robust benefits package.

      Unsurpassed management and lifestyle services to communities worldwide. Building successful communities for more than 35 years, Associa is North America’s largest community association management firm and serves its clients with local knowledge, national resources, and comprehensive expertise. Based in Dallas, Associa and its 10,000+ employees operate more than 170 branch offices in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

      Job Summary

      The Community Director is responsible for a book of accounts, management team and other integrated services and support team members as assigned. The CD is responsible for training, supervising and evaluating staff and portfolio operations.  The Community Director holds direct and dotted line reporting relationships with various departments. The Community Director reports to the Vice President of Client Success.

      Scope

      The Community Director has the scope and authority to lead their assigned team to ensure employee and client retention, and growth. The Community Director is responsible for leadership within their book of business, as well as the Colorado branch. They will support clients and the team on a consistent basis, as well as identify and implement processes and systems for both on-going and special initiatives.  A Community Director has the scope and authority to direct operations and staff to research and resolve any client issues, contribute to the leadership team, and work in the pursuit of excellence, creating a positive and productive environment for all stakeholders.

      Job Requirements

      Job Duties and Responsibilities (including, but not limited to):

      • Community Manager and Assistant Community Manager development and team building
      • Provide oversight in general operations of the branch.
      • Monitor quality assurance benchmarks for staff and office operations.
      • Establish positive relationships with team, clients, vendors and all other stakeholders.
      • Assist with management of strategic planning, business development, and fiscal operations at the branch level.
      • Other duties as assigned.

      Requirements:

      • 5 - 7 years of Management and/or Supervisory experience required
      • 3 -- 7 years of Community Association experience and Portfolio Management experience preferred
      • Knowledge of GAAP at a proficient level
      • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) at an expert level
      • Knowledge of typical business correspondence (grammar, structure, punctuation, spelling, etc.) at an expert level
      • Professional communication skills (phone, interpersonal, written, verbal, etc.)
      • Self-motivated, proactive, detail oriented and a team player
      • Confidentiality and discretion in the performance of all duties and responsibilities
      • Time management and time critical prioritization skills

      Benefits Summary:

      • World-Class Training
      • Additional Income Opportunities
      • CAI (Community Association Industry) Course/Designation Assistance
      • Paid Time Off/Holidays
      • Comprehensive Medical Benefits
      • Wellness Incentives
      • Mileage Reimbursement
      • Company Cellphone
      • Work From Home weekly options
      • Assistants to support the community's needs

      Compensation

      • ​$75,000-$85,000: experience highly considered 

      Apply here: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=2174407&d=AssociaCareers&r=5000739897000&_fromPublish=true#/ 

      Job Description: Director of Maintenance, Construction, and Field Services

      Success Leads to A Growing Team!

      About Associa - Colorado
      Associa Colorado is a local community management firm with offices in Fort Collins, Denver, and Colorado Springs. Join our team of local and dedicated industry experts and get the best of all worlds- we are a part of an international organization with diverse support services and products. Our compensation package includes mileage reimbursements, a company cellphone, and a robust benefits package.

      Unsurpassed management and lifestyle services to communities worldwide. Building successful communities for more than 35 years, Associa is North America’s largest community association management firm and serves its clients with local knowledge, national resources, and comprehensive expertise. Based in Dallas, Associa and its 10,000+ employees operate more than 170 branch offices in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

      Job Summary

      The Director of Maintenance, Construction, and Field Services has P&L ownership and accountability to include budgeting, forecasting, and profitability. This role oversees all Colorado maintenance personnel, our three-branch maintenance division, and is responsible for driving sales, delivering services, business development, and the overall success of the division. 

      Responsibilities

      • Maintain and enhance current vendor program, including establishing new services and vendor relationships to support new services, and sustaining existing relationships.
      • Execute capital and reserve study projects, in addition to evaluating problematic systems, determining what repairs need to be performed, and preparing cost estimates.
      • Serves both internal and external clients and board members within many different disciplines such as plumbing, electricity, and other general repairs.
      • Involved with the hiring of workers and ensuring staff follow appropriate federal and state safety guidelines.
      • Prepare preliminary project plan and assist in obtaining project scope of work. 
      • Financial analysis and creation of project budget in collaboration with the Board of Directors.
      • Work in partnerships with community managers to provide Board of Directors with funding recommendations on capital and reserve projects.
      • Solicit proposals, coordinate site walks (as needed), and development of bid comparison matrix for presentation to the Board of Directors.
      • Conduct contractor interviews, as needed.
      • Provide continuous flow of communication to all stakeholders, including the Community Manager, board and membership, and trades.
      • Review of payments and invoice processing as it related to vendor contracts, including review of all project change orders.
      • Project close out management; including, but not limited to, punch list development and monitoring, final payments, homeowner surveys and project warranty documents.
      • Work with Branch, Regional and National Leadership to prepare annual branch budget and forecasts

      Knowledge and Skills 

      • Employee management and team building skills
      • Strong capabilities in bidding/estimating repair and maintenance projects
      • Knowledge of Exactimate and/or similar software
      • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) at an intermediate level.
      • Knowledge of contract and vendor agreements
      • Knowledge of bid request and scopes of work
      • Ability to manage P&L’s with financial responsibility for the division
      • Knowledge of company policies, procedures and forms at a proficient level.
      • Knowledge of State or local governmental safety requirements.
      • Knowledge of general maintenance requirements, (documentation, safety, required reporting, regulations, etc.)
      • Knowledge of electrical and plumbing codes and maintenance requirements, (documentation, safety, required reporting, regulations, etc.)
      • Knowledge of HVAC, including codes and maintenance requirements, (documentation, safety, required reporting, regulations, etc.)
      • Knowledge of OSHA worksite and personal safety requirements.
      • Confidentiality and discretion in the performance of all duties and responsibilities. 
      • Time management and time critical prioritization skills.

      Qualifications

      • High School Diploma or GED Required, AA or BA preferred
      • 3 – 5 years of directly related or closely related experience 

      Additional Information

      All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

      Travel Requirements

      Travel required between the 3 branch offices

      Working Conditions 

      Typical outside work environment (frequent standing, walking, lifting and/or operating powered equipment using proper safety techniques or tools). 

      Overtime required (on-call, weekends, 24hr emergency, etc.)

      Compensation and Benefits 

      Annually $80,000 – 90,000; experience highly considered. 

      • World-Class Training
      • Additional Income Opportunities
      • CAI (Community Association Industry) Course/Designation Assistance
      • Paid Time Off/Holidays
      • Comprehensive Medical Benefits
      • Wellness Incentives
      • Mileage Reimbursement
      • Company Cellphone
      • Work From Home weekly options

      Company Description

      With more than 180 branch offices across North America, Associa delivers unsurpassed management and lifestyle services to nearly five million residents worldwide. Our 10,000+ team members lead the industry with unrivaled education, expertise and trailblazing innovation. For more than 40 years, Associa has provided solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. Based in Dallas, Texas, our industry expertise, financial strength, and innovation meet the unique needs of clients across the world with customized services and solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more about Associa and its charitable organization, Associa Cares, go to www.associaonline.com  or www.associacares.com.


      Job Posting: Regional Director

      The Regional Director is a hands-on leadership position responsible for an assigned book of business and overseeing the General Manager who is responsible for operational, administrative, financial, human resources, maintenance and security functions of one or more communities. The Regional Director is required to be on call 24-hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency consultation in the event of incidents requiring management intervention. All services of the Regional Director are under the direct supervision of Worth Ross Management Company, Inc (WRMC). 

      The Regional Director also provides exemplary service in a manner consistent with the values and mission of WRMCHe or She ensures that properties are maintained and operated in accordance with company objectives and facilitates solutions to problems between communities and internal support staff, guided by precedent and working within the limits of established policies. 

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: (May include some or all of the following as applicable) 

      • Provide management and leadership to properties within assigned region and book of business. Collaborate with Executive Management to develop goals and communicate established goals. Ensure the goals and needs of the assigned region, company and its customers are consistently met. 

      • Manage the functions of a team in different properties within a region while maintaining standards of excellence for processes, methods and personnel. Manage the process improvement and quality control of property management functions to maximize productivity and ensure quality service is delivered. 

      • Provide leadershipdirection and assist in the investigation and resolution of internal and external problems and concerns. 

      • Partner with General Managers, Board of Directors and other internal departments to develop and lead the introduction and integration of new programs, services and initiatives. 

      • Interview, select, recommend, hire and train assigned team.  

      • Ensure proper staffing levels are in place at each site within assigned book of business.  

      • Supervise hiring and management of direct employees. 

      • Complete performance evaluations of direct reports on an annual basis and provide leadership, counseling and coaching as necessary. Recommend personnel actions, promotions, transfers, terminations, or disciplinary measures. 

      • Attend Annual, Budget, Board of Directors, and/or Special Meetings when needed. 

      • Actively pursue new management account leads. 

      • Assist with transition of new accounts. 

      • Serve as a liaison between Home Office, Property Managers and Board of Director by maintaining open communication and professional relationships. 

      • Provide quarterly report to Chief Operations Officer on each site. 

      • Recommend and assist in managing the budget for assigned book of business. 

      • Maintain awareness of changes in rules, statutes or regulations and communicate changes to team and Board of Directors, when applicable. 

      • Develop and implement WRMC Best Practices / Standard Operating Procedures on-site.  

      • Enforce WRMC policies and procedures. 

      • Work with VP of Facilities and Risk Management to ensure that fire & flood emergency procedures are in place at each site and staff has been trained in those procedures. 

      • Evaluate properties that are underperforming and implement strategies for improvement. 

      • Ensure personnel are capable of meeting the community’s goals and standards. 

      Education/Training/Certifications/Licenses 
       
      SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & ABILITIES REQUIRED: 

      High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related filed preferred. Five to seven years’ experience in Property Operations and/or Hospitality; or the equivalent combination of education and experience. CMCA, AMS and/or PCAM Accreditation from CAI preferred. 

      Experience/Knowledge/Skills 

      Minimum of five (5) years of business or Property Management experience is required or equivalent combination of education and experience. Strong customer service, communication, and interpersonal skills to help create effective customer-focused relationships with all levels within the organization. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Highly organized, people-oriented individual. Able to work under tight deadlines and use time effectively based on key priorities. Coaching and training abilities and understanding of Accounting principles are desired. 

      Computer Literacy 

      Intermediate to advanced command of computer hardware/software is required; specifically, proficient in the knowledge of Microsoft Office suite including but not limited to; Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook. 

      Language Requirements 

      English is required. Multiple language fluency is desirable. 

      Travel and Availability Requirements 

      Required to travel to multiple on-site locations on an as-needed basis. Ability to work extended hours and weekends based on project requirement. Ability to respond to emergencies in a timely manner, 24-7. 

      Physical Requirements 

      Ability to lift up to 10 lbs. Work in an upright standing or sitting position for long periods of time, will fluctuate day by day. Occasional handling, grasping, and lifting of objects and packages. Extensive use of fingers for typing and visual use of the computer monitor. Communicate, receive, and exchange ideas and information by means of the spoken and written word. Ability to quickly and easily navigate the property/building, as required, to meet the job functions. 

      The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

      Working Conditions 

      The majority of work will be completed indoors in a temperature-controlled environment with little to moderate noise levels. Depending on the community, may regularly be required to walk/work outdoors to perform inspections, regular tours, or attend to other property needs. 

      Please send resumes to: andrea.cox@worthross.com with the subject “Regional Director Resume”. 

      Disclaimer: This is not an all-inclusive job description. In addition, management has the right to change any portion of this job description at any time and for any reason. 

       

      Job Posting: Property Manager

      Reports to: Property Management Supervisor  

      Department: Property Management 

      Location: Main office in Downtown Denver, serving communities in the Denver Metro area 

      Summary: The Property Manager is responsible for all aspects of both the Community and Facilities Management of a portfolio of community associations. The portfolio may include various property types across the Front Range, including single family homes, condos, and PUDs. 
       
      Company: CAP Management is a Colorado-based Community Association Management Company with over 18 years of experience in the industry. The company is committed to serving its clients with a highly innovative, proactive, and strategic approach that aims to guide communities to a more sustainable and resilient future.  
       

      Duties and Responsibilities: 

      • Stewardship: 

      • Maintain current records and property information (including Board Member contact information, emergency contact info, water shut on/off protocols, etc.) in Appfolio. 

      • Act as trusted advisor and leader for community residents and board members 

      • Preform site visits per the management agreement and observe the property for health and safety, general upkeep, cleanliness, etc.  

      • Encourage board members to utilize a proactive management approach, while considering the social, environmental, and financial impacts of all decisions 

      • Meetings:  

      • Plan, schedule, organize, and facilitate membershipboard, and annual meetings within the parameters of the community’s governing documents 

      • Prepare and distribute a complete Board Packet for Board Meetings, including an agenda, financial report, minutes, property activities, maintenance needs, etc. 

      • Record meeting minutes and distribute to Board of Directors in a timely manner 

      • Collaboration 

      • Provide valuable training information and educational material to the Board and association’s members to enhance the HOA living experience 

      • Work in partnership with the Board and CAP’s Community Planner to develop a guiding and actionable plan for the community, which includes community goals, project timelines, financing mechanisms, and near-term actions 

      • Financials: 

      • Work with CAP’s accounting team to oversee AR and AP 

      • Submit invoices for Board approval 

      • Prepare financial reports for Board members and as requested 

      • Develop an annual budget with collaboration with Board 

      • Contracting: 

      • Oversee contracts between the association and vendors 

      • Ensure work is completely timely and to a high quality 

      • Assist with bidding process for new contracts including creation of RFPs 

      • Communication: 

      • Respond to questions, comments, and concerns in a timely manner 

      • Provide a weekly update with a summary items to Board members 

      • Provides notices of property activities, meetings, etc. 

      Requirements 

      Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other Qualifications: 

      • Must be supportive of CAP’s values and vision for building sustainable communities  

      • Experience in financial management, meeting facilitation, customer service, and/or non-profit management is a plus 

      • Experience in property management, maintenance, and/or construction is a plus, but not required 

      • Sales background a plus, but not necessary because this is not a sales position 

      • Ability to speak to company’s sustainability values in various situations 

      • Ability to problem solve and act quickly in the best interest of the community 

      • Ability to lead people and work collaboratively on strategy and solutions 

      • Must be a great communicator and work well with various personality types 

      • Must have reliable transportation and ability to visit properties 

      Education and Experience: 

      • Two- or four-year college degree is preferred 

      • Minimum of one years’ experience within the property management, or relevant industry 

      • Community Association Management License preferred, training will be provided 

      Benefits: 

      Fulltime employees are offered a comprehensive benefits package following a 60-day period 

      Salary: $60,000 - $80,000 

      To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to:  

      Chris@capmanagment.com 

      Ari@capmanagement.com 

      ChrisM@capmanagement.com  

      Job Posting: Compliance Officer

      Reports to: Property Management Supervisor  

      Department: Property Management  

      Location: Main office in Downtown Denver, serving communities in the Denver Metro area 

      Summary:  
       
      Company: CAP Management is a Colorado-based Community Association Management Company with over 18 years of experience in the industry. The company is committed to serving its clients with a highly innovative, proactive, and strategic approach that aims to guide communities to a more sustainable and resilient future.  

      Duties and Responsibilities: 

      • Conduct routine inspections of a portfolio of residential properties (drive through and walking is required) 

      • Document all compliance violations through written description and photos 

      • Process all violations into property management software 

      • Research property-specific violations parameters and communicate to residents and board members when needed 

      • Respond to resident questions and concerns regarding compliance issues 

      • Work collaboratively with other property management employees including property managers, coordinators, and leadership 

      Requirements 

      Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other Qualifications: 

      • Must have reliable transportation and ability to visit properties (mileage reimbursement is provided) 

      • Must be supportive of CAP’s values and vision for building sustainable communities  

      • Must be self-motivated and willing to work independently  

      • Ability to manage time and schedule effectively  

      • Must be able to report compliance issues with all relevant details 

      • Experience in property management, maintenance, and/or construction is a plus, but not required 

      • Ability to speak to company’s sustainability values in various situations 

      • Ability to problem solve and act quickly in the best interest of the community 

      • Must be a great communicator and work well with various personality types 

      Experience: 

      • Minimum of one years’ experience within the property managementis preferred but not required 

      Benefits: 

      Fulltime employees are offered a comprehensive benefits package following a 60-day period 

      Salary: $17.00 - $20.00 / hour (depending on experience) 
      Mileage reimbursement will be provided  

      To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to  

      Chris@capmanagment.com 

      Ari@capmanagement.com 

      ChrisM@capmanagement.com  

       

      Job Posting:  Apprenticeship Program for Community Association Managers

      Arapahoe Community College (ACC) has partnered with the Community Association Institute Rocky Mountain Chapter (CAI-RMC) to provide an amazing "Earn While You Learn" opportunity! This apprenticeship program is designed for students who are interested in Community Association Management to explore a career as a Community Association Manager. This is a paid apprenticeship program with the potential of tuition reimbursement. 

      Join us for a virtual information session on either May 5th, 6-7:30pm or May 12th, 12pm to learn about becoming a Community Association Manager. Register today for an informational session!

      More Information HERE.


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