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We need a manager for our HOA. State law requires a license; but we are willing to help the right candidate obtain one. We are a small, upscale community with a laid back neighborly vibe. Our manager oversees: landscape maintenance, pool maintenance and general repairs so a reasonable understanding of those items would be required. Our manager performs the following duties: emails & written correspondence, newsletter & community calendar, enforcement of the covenants & policies, organizing meetings, bookkeeping (Quickbooks), notary services, errands & purchasing, website & electronic file management and  reviews both house plan and landscape plan submissions. Our manager is the “face” of our community. An onsite office is provided. Hours may end up being part time and Saturday mornings may be required. Please email a letter of introduction and a current resume.

EMAIL:  spyglassridge@bresnan.net


River Valley Ranch Homeowner’s Association is seeking to fill the GROUNDS AND FACILITY MANAGER position.

This role encompasses a wide array of functions which include; 

  • Assisting the Board of Directors with decision making based on a solid working knowledge of the property’s plat maps and irrigation system 
  • Enacting code enforcement when violations are noted 
  • Contributing to new property development plans in accordance with Design Guidelines for new and remodeled homes and landscapes 
  • Contributing to Board meetings with a monthly activity report 
  • Oversee all contracted services 
  • Experience in the RFP and contracting process 
  • Solid working knowledge of custom irrigation systems from the pumps to the irrigation heads 
  • Solid working knowledge of HVAC and other standard facility mechanical systems 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Facile with standard Microsoft Office programs to include Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint 
  • Working knowledge of financial reports and the budgeting process 
  • Experience with large motor mechanics would be a plus



River Valley Ranch Homeowner’s Association is seeking to fill the COMMUNITY SERVICES MANAGER position.

This role encompasses a wide array of functions which include; 

  • Assisting the Board of Directors with decision making based on a solid working knowledge of the HOA’s Governing Documents and Bylaws 
  • Enacting code enforcement when violations are noted 
  • Administrating Design Guideline compliance for new and remodeled homes and landscapes 
  • Facilitating Board meetings to include monthly packet preparation and recording of minutes 
  • Contributing to Board meetings with a monthly activity report 
  • Participation in all aspects of the Hospitality service 
  • Participation in all aspects of social programming and fitness program scheduling 
  • Participation in processing memberships and guest facility access programs 


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Facile with standard Microsoft Office programs to include Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint 
  • Working knowledge of financial reports and the budgeting process 
  • Experience with contracting would be a plus


The Meadows Neighborhood Company is a large scale master planned community of 4,400 homes located in Castle Rock, Colorado, south of the Denver metropolitan area. The duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed by the Community Manager. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. 

The Community Manager position is a full time, salaried exempt position, and responsible for assisting in the daily business operations while maintaining the management direction of the community association in concert with the governing documents, Colorado state law and the community’s vision. This position reports directly to the Executive Director, while using independent judgement, managing the review process and enforcement of the design guidelines, and community standards in compliance with State law, and governing documents, and responds to resident inquiries for information on community standards and property issues. 

The Community Manager must have knowledge of community association management principles, best practices, procedures and standards. This position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost professionalism, responsible for all aspects of the management of a Master Planned community, including principles and practices of public administration, contract management, knowledge of methods, equipment and materials used in parks maintenance, landscaping and tree care, development, project management, and water conservation. The Community Manager is an integral part of the leadership of the community, and serves as a community ambassador, enforcing and implementing policies and procedures, as well as the responsibility of ensuring and promoting sense of community. Qualified candidates must be able to work flexible hours, which includes nights, weekends, and holidays. 

Essential Job Functions: 

 Financial Administration; assist with budget preparation and implementation, and ability to analyze financial reports. 

 Ability to plan, organize and prioritize to meet deadlines. 

 Human Resource Management; includes oversight and supervision of full and part time staff. 

 Facilities and Common Area Management; oversight and management of outside service contractors; ie landscaping, trash management services, maintenance agreements; write request for proposals and solicit bids as needed. 

 Operations and Organizational Support; assist with daily operations and complete action items/updates. 

 Strategic Planning; assist in meeting goals and objectives of the Association. 

 Marketing and Public Relations; welcome letters, new homeowner orientation, and daily interaction with residents, volunteers and potential new homeowners. 

 Enforcement of Restrictions and General Regulations; Manages architectural and landscape review and approval procedures. 

 Inspect facilities and common area on a regular basis-taking corrective action as required while ensuring preventative, routine and scheduled maintenance is completed as required. Responsible for documentation and filing of information on asset maintenance and management. 

 Prepare and distribute board meeting materials, take and prepare board meeting minutes, ensuring accuracy. 

 Administration/Service Responsiveness and Quality Customer Service; effectively responding to requests for information and provides customer service to the residents; conflict resolution, handles public inquiries and problems, provides input on recreation related issues. 

 Organize and conduct member orientations related to new homeownership, amenity use, rules and regulations, policies, architectural control. 

 Responsible for file management, databases, and other Association documents and records while complying with records retention policy and state law. 

 Develop and maintain an effective staff through selection, training, termination and review of team. Delegate duties to staff, supervise and provide instruction or direction as needed. 

 Ability to promote and maintain a positive community relations and communicate effectively with the MNC residents. 

 Supervise Communications plan, maintaining effective communications with members through website, email blasts, social media, newsletter, and other forms of communication. 

 Responsive, flexible attitude with eagerness to take initiative and assume responsibility to appropriately resolve issues as they develop. 

 Support of Board of Directors and Committees; attend all board and meetings, planning sessions, special meetings, and/or committee meetings as required by the Executive Director and/or Board of Directors. 

Manage daily operations in the absence of the Executive Director. 

 Support and performs needed tasks at community events and programs; as well as other duties and responsibilities requested by the Executive Director and/or Board of Governors. 

 Performs community management duties within the legal framework established by applicable state statutes, within the policy guidelines established by the governing documents, and within directions by Executive Director. 

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities: 

 Minimum of three years of experience as a community manager; preferably of a large scale community. 

Candidates are required to hold the CMCA (Certified Managers of Community Associations), and obtain AMS (Association Management Specialist) and Colorado 

Community Manager certification (state mandated certification through Colorado Department of Real Estate) within 30 days of employment, prefer a candidate with PCAM certification (Professional Community Association Manager) or Minimum of Associates degree, prefer a Bachelor’s degree in Business or Public Administration, or closely related field  

Strong analytical and problem solving skills; with good solid decision making skills 

 Exceptional customer service skills 

 Self-motivated and works well independently 

 Proven leadership/supervisory experience 

 Strong communication skills both verbal and written 

 Highly organized and detail oriented in a fast paced work environment with an ability to multitask 

 Foster a cooperative team oriented environment 

 Proficient in information technology; Microsoft platforms, industry standard applicable software, ability to update community maps and other documents 

 Work a flexible and regular schedule 

 Ability to read building and landscape plans, as-built plans, site development plans, plats and other technical documents as needed 

 Competent level of knowledge of general maintenance for operations, storm water and erosion management, swimming pool operations, landscaping and tree care. 

 Ability to be assertive while maintaining a high degree of professionalism when interfacing with Board and community members 

Salary: $50,000-$70,000 DOE and certifications, 2 weeks vacation annually, 2 weeks sick leave annually, plus 10 paid holidays, full benefit package 

To apply please forward resume and cover letter to: Michele Ray-Brethower, CPM, CPRP, LSM, PCAM at mray-brethower@meadowslink.com


Company Name: Advance HOA Management, Inc.

Website: www.advancehoa.com

Position Title: On-Site Community Association Manager

Industry: Community Management

Job Function: On-Site Manager – High Rise – 125 units

Job Type: Full-Time

Location: Denver – Capitol Hill Area

Job Description:

Advance HOA Management is actively seeking qualified candidates to serve as an onsite Community Manager for a unique condominium building in the Denver area.  The selected candidate will conduct all duties necessary for the effective day-to-day management of community associations in accordance with Board policies and procedures, while demonstrating a style of leadership that allows community needs to be met with a high level of satisfaction.  Full-time maintenance staff on site to support overall function.

Essential Skills and Responsibilities: 

  • Leadership:  Lead community governance, policies, and initiatives.
  • Customer Service:  Strong sense and high standard for customer service.
  • Problem Solving:  Solve problems creatively and proactively.
  • Initiative:  Think, work, and make independent decisions based on sound judgment.
  • Attitude:  Project enthusiastic, positive and professional demeanor.
  • Written Communication:  Reports, membership correspondence, newsletters, agendas
  • Oral Communication:  One-on-one, small and large groups.
  • Administrative:  Budget preparation, board meeting preparation, reports, record keeping systems.
  • Maintenance: Manage vendors, contracts, RFPs, performance.
  • Technology (Computer Skills): Demonstrate proficiency inMicrosoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Education: 4-year degree preferred – but not required
  • Experience: Minimum 2 year related experience within property management industry
  • Licensure: Colorado Association Manager (CAM)

Criminal background, motor vehicle, education background and professional references screening will be completed before hire. Salary DOE.

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION: Submit resume, salary requirements, and professional references to advance@advancehoa.com


Copper Association Management (CAM) provides outstanding property and association management, association accounting, owner support, and basic maintenance services for all managed associations covered by either the Copper Mountain Resort Lodging Services and/or Association Management Agreements.

To be considered for these positions, please submit an online application @ http://www.coppercolorado.com/jobs

Basic Requirements: 

-Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Office and Outlook programs is essential. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint & Project; database and/or CRM systems; Acrobat; work-order & billing software systems would be a definite advantage 

-A solid working knowledge and ability to train others is desired for: Association meetings, accounting, reserve studies, facility maintenance, risk management, contract negotiation, effective communication and financial management 

-Due to the sensitive nature of this position, a criminal background check will be conducted after position is accepted. This background check will be done in accordance with standards enacted under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. 

-Must have a valid US Driver’s license. 

-Varied working hours that may include evenings, weekends, early mornings and some long days required. 

-Reasonable fitness is required to move about the property and individual lodges easily during all weather conditions 

-Must have color vision 

-Must be able to lift and carry items up to 50 lbs. 

-Be able to walk, crawl, climb in confined spaces


Preferred Experience & Skills for CAM Association Supervisor:

-Colorado CAM license in good standing and CAI CMCA designation. A CAI AMS is preferred certification. 

-Proven hands-on management experience, skills, and ability to train personnel in basic property / association management activities 

-Public speaking, association maintenance, accounting supervision, project management, RFP development, contracting, insurance, common area repair, hot tub operation & maintenance, and landscaping. 

-College degree preferred or at least three years of financial, administrative or facilities management experience


Preferred Experience & Skills for CAM Association Coordinator:

-Professional certification and/or other formal qualifications/training in any of the above fields or associated trades is strongly desired 

-CAI CMCA and Colorado CAM license required after one year with Powdr – Copper Mountain 

-Proven, validated experience/performance at a management level in property and/or association management organizations is with varying business volumes in a high alpine environment desired 

-College degree preferred or at least two years of financial, administrative or facilities management experience


Copper Mountain Resort is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Females/Minority/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. We offer competitive benefits, employee housing, and a unique work atmosphere. All of our job opportunities are located at Copper Mountain Resort in Summit County, Colorado. 90 miles west of Denver, we are situated in the heart of Colorado's playground. All candidates must fill out an application to be considered for employment.


The Beauvallon Condominium Association is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic individual to join the management team at a up-scale high rise condominium building near the center of downtown Denver. The individual selected for this position will work with the General Manager and the Board of Directors in ensuring the day to day activities are completed in a highly professional manner. 


The ideal candidate must have experience and the ability to: 

* Maintain good relations with both the residential and commercial unit owners, tenants and Directors 

* Work cooperatively with the on-site General Manager and the Board of Directors 

* Ensure timely and accurate preparation of reports and meeting minutes 

* Maintain the required records of the association 

* Assist in the coordination of mailings, meetings and special events 

* Assist in management of on-site staff to include concierge, security, custodial and maintenance 

* Answer telephone and email communications in a professional and timely manner 

* Attend Association meetings (approximately 12 meetings annually) 

* Review and approve vendor invoices prior to payment 

* Possess high levels of competence in database management, word processing and computer skills 


* Minimum of 2 years experience in management with emphasis on Community Associations 

* M-100 and CMCA preferred 

* Colorado CAM preferred 


The Association offers a benefits package including: 

* paid time off (vacation, personal and parental) 

* partial paid health, dental and vision insurance premiums 

* competitive compensation based on experience 

* potential for annual bonus 

If you meet the requirements and wish to become a part of the Association’s team please email your resume including salary requirements to larry@thebeauvallon.com.

(303) 585-0367

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