About the association:
· An Active Senior Community for residents 55 and over.
· A Planned Unit Development on 400-plus acres.
· 2,136 homes. Approximately 3,500 residents.
· Multi-Purpose Recreation Center, Golf Course, Tennis Courts, Large Pool, Fitness Center. Walking Paths, & Bicycle Paths.
· 24 Hour, Staffed, Gated Entry.
· All in a park-like setting in beautiful Camarillo, CA
Job Description below - Submit resumé and letter explaining why your experience and talents suit you for the position to: Richard Loomis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
POSITION TITLE: GENERAL MANAGER
REPORTS TO: The Board of Directors
The General Manager, under the direction of the Leisure Village Board of Directors acting as a group, has full authority and responsibility for administering the affairs of the Association in accordance with published Policies and Instructions of the Board.
Supervises and directs the Landscape Superintendent, Manager Safety Services, Assistant General Manager, Recreation Facilities Manager, Senior Accountant and all other Employees of the Association not reporting to one of the foregoing, in the performance of their assigned work.
1. Conduct the affairs of the Association in a business-like manner
2. Acquire materials, supplies, and outside services required to maintain the Community Property to standards set by the Board in an economical manner.
3. Employ, train and supervise Department Heads, and, through them, maintain an acceptable level of performance of persons reporting to them.
4. Maintain a capable Staff, well organized and able to function efficiently during a temporary absence of one or more of its members.
5. Communicate Board policies and decisions to all Employees and Residents.
6. Ensure compliance with established Board Policies and Standard Procedure Instructions. (SPIs)
7. Provide support to the Board in assuring compliance with the CC&Rs and Rules and Regulations of the Association.
8. Protect the Cash, Investments, Personal Property and Real Property of the Association.
9. Collect Association Assessments and other monies due to the Association, in a timely manner.
I 0. Control Expenditures in compliance with the budget, unless otherwise authorized by the Board.
11. Assist the Board in performing its functions.
12. Alert the Board to significant issues or problems.
13. Generate and submit for Board's consideration any and all ideas for changes to Policy or Operations.
14. Maintain a relationship between members of the Staff and Standing Committees as specified by the Board in the "Committee Staff Relationship Policy''
15. Establish and administer an Employee Safety Program as directed by the Board.
16. Manage the Contract for the maintenance of the Village Cable Television System.
17. Propose to the Board ideas and measures to preserve and enhance our assets, to improve our operations, to increase skills and efficiency of our personnel, and to protect and improve our financial condition.
18. Approve leases.
1. Implement directives of the Board as transmitted by the President.
2. Approve all Purchases and Contracts in accordance with governing SPIs.
3. Evaluate the performance of each Employee and approve all Pay Rate changes for all Employees in accordance with governing SPIs.
4. Advise the Board of any need for changes in or modifications of the approved Wage and Salary Structure.
5. Maintain an up-to-date Organization Chart for the Board Room.
6. Generate, update and maintain Job Descriptions for all positions, for the Board.
7. Organize all general Association Meetings including the Annual Meeting and Elections.
8. Prepare the annual Preliminary Budget in accordance with the applicable SPI.
9. Distribute all required documentation to Homeowners, i.e., Annual Budget, Auditors Reports, etc.
10. Provide assistance to the Board in the preparation of Agendas for all Board meetings, and for recording and preserving minutes.
11. Provide controlled access to the Department Managers by the Chairpersons of the following Standing Committees; Architectural, Building and Grounds, Education and Recreation, Finance, to discuss problems or ideas, with the Board Liaison in attendance.
12. Establish a working relationship between the Staff and Chairpersons of designated Standing Committees as directed by the Board, and act on Board-approved Committee Recommendations to the Board.
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Industrial Engineering or equivalent Community Association Management Credentials.
Must have obtained the Community Association Institute (CAI): Certified Manager of Community Association (CMCA) and Association Management Specialist (AMS) and the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designations working towards the LSM (Large Scale Manager).
Experience: At least 7-10 years of increasing experience with a background in business or community management. Supervisory experience and budget preparation exceeding $10 million annually is essential.
Ability to: Establish priorities for all work assignments to ensure the most important projects are completed as soon as practicable.
Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Adapt to changing goals and directions.
Submit resumé and letter explaining why your experience and talents suit you for the position to (board member): Richard Loomis (email@example.com)