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If you are seeking local talent in the community association industry, you’ve come to the right place. List your job opening with WMCCAI and find your next superstar employee. Online postings are easy to set up. Simply click on the link below to access the online form. Please complete the form and submit your position.  Positions are listed for 30 day. Upgrade your listing to reach even more candidates by having your listing placed in Quorum magazine, which reaches approximately 3,200 industry professionals.

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Available Jobs

General Manager (Lansdowne Woods of Virginia)

Lansdowne Woods of Virginia (LWVA) in Lansdowne, VA, is seeking an experienced General Manager with at least a PCAM designation.  LWVA is an over 55 controlled access active adult community with vibrant activity and fitness programs based out of a 48,000 sq ft Clubhouse.  The HOA includes extensive landscaping, parking, outdoor facilities and six independent condominium associations consisting of 1,120 units.  The General Manager works directly with the BOD President to ensure that the Association is effectively and professionally managed.

Job Duties

Specific responsibilities of the General Manager include, but are not limited to responsibilities for:

  • Provides leadership and guidance to the LWVA BOD in financial management, administration, policies and procedures, building infrastructure, organization, litigation processes, personnel issues, maintenance and mechanical procedures
  • Prepares monthly reports to the LWVA BOD and attends all of their meetings
  • Prepares Monthly Reports to key committees and attends their meetings
  • Attends other committee and work group meetings as necessary
  • Attends monthly meetings of five of the six condominium association BOD meetings
  • Provides leadership and guidance to the Boards and Managers of each of the individual condominium association
  • Prepares the annual budget for LWVA
  • Reviews financial reports for LWVA and each of the individual condominium associations (financials are prepared by an independent management company)
  • Supervises LWVA Association staff to ensure their performance, in accordance with their job descriptions
  • Is responsible to see that the Associations Documents are followed and that the Rules & Regulations are enforced
  • Maintains regular communications with BOD via personal contact, e-mail or telephone
  • Conducts and oversees regular property inspections with a focus to ensure that the Clubhouse is properly maintained and noting any actions that may be taken to improve the property
  • Obtains and maintains a variety of service and maintenance contracts
  • Ensures that the Association is properly insured and responds to any insurance claims that may be incurred regarding the Association
  • Monitors and informs the BOD of changes in Federal, State and Local laws that may affect the Association
  • Interfaces with the Association’s legal counsel as circumstances dictate
  • Facilitates communications with owner/residents and assists in timely response to questions/problems
  • Reviews and approves association expenditures

Company: Lansdowne Woods of Virginia

Location: 19385 Cypress Rdige Terrace, Lansdowne, VA

Job Type: Full Time

Industry: Common Interest Association

Job Level: Management

Minimum Education: College Degree

Posted: May 4, 2020

To apply:

Send resume to Bill Reynolds at management@lwva.org or to the property address.

Assistant Community Manager / Covenants Administrator (National Realty Partners, LLC)

The Assistant Community Manager (ACM) is responsible for assisting with the on-site administration the daily operation of the community pursuant to the policies and procedures established by the Board of Directors or the Associations’ Governing Documents. The ACM may not change policies, but may recommend changes in policy to the Community Manager who may enact changes subject to Board approval. The CM will communicate and consult on a regular basis with the Assistant Community Manager and Portfolio Manager.
All work and contractor related instructions from the Board will be coordinated through the Community Manager.

Specific duties of the Assistant Community Manager shall include, but may not be limited too;

1. Assist and supports Community Manager, residents, volunteers, contractors and other personnel in daily activity to manage & maintain the association.
2. Attend all Board meetings and provide meeting minute keeping services
3. Attends committee meetings or community events when requested and/or per management contract and performs special task as needed
4. Maintain database of resident information, maintain unit and contract files relating to the operations of the Association in a neat and orderly manner
5. Responsible for all Architectural covenants enforcement process and architectural application process and appeals, including inspections, notices and communication as well as maintains database specific to architectural process. Generates all reports regarding inspections and application approval. Prepare violation history and pictures for monthly Board meetings
6. Perform comprehensive assessments on an annual rolling basis of all homeowner properties to ensure adherence to Association design guidelines as follows: a. Walk the property, Take photos, Review applications in property records, Input information into database, Send violation letters, Prepare reports for Board and tracking purposes, File all documentation
7. Provides exceptional customer service to all Board members, Homeowners, Co-workers, and Contractors. Acts as the first line of communication for in person or via phone.
8. Order supplies for office and community as needed or directed.
9. Accepts and processes key fob entry applications.
10. Maintaining office and desk areas in a neat and organized condition, to include community contractor files and unit files.
11. Develop communication to the Residents and Board Members to include but not limited to blast emails, social media content, website content, newsletters articles
12. Understand and become familiar with Association Governing Documents and Design Guidelines and aids in implementing them within the Association.
13. Perform other duties as assigned by management or the Board of Directors.

Appearance & Personality:
1. Must project a professional image to all persons in accordance to the requirements set forth in the NRP handbook.
2. A pleasant, polite and courteous manner should be maintained at all times.

Knowledge of and minimum three (3) years working experience in:
1. Business administration, receptionist and admin support
2. Business operations (general)
3. Oral and written presentation skills and report presentation
4. Able to fully utilize Microsoft Office products (to include Word, Excel)

1. High school diploma or equivalent, Bachelors preferred.
2. CMCA or Community Management background preferred, but not required

Company: National Realty Partners, LLC

Location: Bristow, VA

Job Type: Full Time

Industry: Community Association Management

Job Level: Mid career

Minimum Education: High School Diploma required

Salary: Negotiable; based on experience and references.

Posted: April 23, 2020

To apply:

Please submit resume and cover letter to Careers@NRPartnersLLC.com.

Community Manager (KPA Management)

We have an opening for a Portfolio Manager to manage 4- 5 Condominium Associations all located in Virginia. Candidates must have relevant experience managing Community Associations or as a Facilities Manager. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Telecommuting during the pandemic. Certifications are desired. References required. Excellent benefits.

Company: KPA Management, Inc.

Location: 6402 Arlington Boulevard, Suite 700, Falls Church, VA 22042

Job Type: Full Time

Industry: Community Association Management

Job Level: Management

Minimum Education: High School Diploma

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Posted: March 31, 2020

To apply:

Please submit resume and cover letter to Ed Alrutz at ealrutz@kpamgmt.com. Or, fax to (703) 531-8288.

Community Manager (Saw Creek Estates, LLC)

Saw Creek Estates is a non-profit CAI Gold Star Four Seasons Community that was recently named the “#1 Community in the Poconos” and an extremely large private gated residential community located in Bushkill, PA. The community consists of over 2500 homes stretched out over 42 miles of private roads with premier amenities including 6 pools, 2 indoor and 4 outdoor; indoor and outdoor tennis courts; ski  hill, fitness center, community restaurant, basketball courts, baseball diamond, and two lakes with an operating budget of $ 5.3 million. See www.sawcreek.org.


Contribute to a highly effective organization that produces exceptional customer service and amazing results by fostering mutual trust; open, honest, and candid communication; effective teamwork; and an unrestrained sense of enthusiasm, commitment, and FUN. The Community Manager will be responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Association as provided in the governing documents, state statutes, and outlined in the management agreement. The CM’s role is a key member of the senior management team, reporting to the Association’s Executive Director and the nine-member Board of Directors. The Community Manager is responsible for providing the overall supervision of the community association; interacts with internal and external customers including state & local government, strategic partners, homeowners, vendors, board members and committee members.

Duties include but not limited to:

  • Execute and consistently enforce the Board’s policies and the Association’s legal documents.
  • Hire and remove all Association employees.
  • Set the compensation for Association employees, within budget requirements and job descriptions, and have general responsibility for employee performance.
  • Negotiate contracts for the Association, subject to Board approval.
  • Recommend Community strategic and tactical plan priorities and execute same when approved by the Board.
  • Assure that statutory, utility and contract terms concerning the Association, or its members are met and that the Board is notified of violations.
  • Participate, without vote, in all Board meetings.
  • Keep the Board and its members informed about the state of Association affairs.
  • Administer the Board-approved budget.
  • Be responsible to the Board for carrying out all policies and the administration of all Association operations.
  • Strive to meet the Association’s annual budget
  • Strive to meet the goals defined in the Association’s Strategic Plan
  • Achieve the goals and objectives of the association as set forth in the governing documents
  • Ensure proper maintenance of the association’s property and capital.
  • Oversee all construction projects and ensure projects are completed on time and within budget
  • Design and implement business strategies, plans, policies, and procedures for the effective operation of community services
  • Solicitation of Bids to contractors for specific services and dissemination and summary of proposals to Board
  • Oversee the daily operations of the non-profit corporation and the work of Department Leads and Directors.
  • Advise and provide input on financial strategy and its impact on association objectives.
  • Coordinate and/or oversee inspection of building facilities and/or common area and arrange appropriate follow up actions as required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or relevant field required, Masters preferred.
  • Certification as a Professional Community Association Manager preferred; CMCA and AMS Certification required.
  • Familiarity with state uniform planned codes and state non-profit regulations.
  • Knowledge of communities/property/real estate and homeowners associations
  • Minimum of five years of proven experience, executive leadership and senior management in an HOA of similar size and complexity.
  • Possess and demonstrate a strong operational knowledge with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and irrigation.
  • Proven competency in strategic planning, business development, budgeting and oversight of capital projects as well as business functions such as Administration, Public Safety, Maintenance, Member Services, Recreation and Restaurant..
  • Time management and time critical prioritization skills
  • Experience in fund raising and non-profit foundations
  • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills.
  • Working knowledge of MS Office, Net Integrity, Enterprise Management software and Clover Field POS a plus.
  • Nights and weekend work may be required.
  • Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
  • All potential employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check

Company: Saw Creek Estates, LLC

Location: Bushkill, PA 18324

Job Type: Full Time

Job Level: Executive

Minimum Education: Bachelors Degree

Salary Range: Competitive salary and benefit package.

Posted: April 23, 2020

To apply:

Application filing deadline: May 15, 2020. Send cover letter, resume, references via e-mail to: dwulff1@icloud.com. Photo is optional. No phone calls please.