The person filling this position owns responsibility for the full management of an HOA or Condo. The primary role of a property manager is to serve the board in helping them achieve their goals for the community. The manager is responsible for managing the staff and overseeing all operations including maintenance, finances, administration and compliance with documents and laws.
Community Association Managers must be certified and licensed by the State of Florida.
Licensed CAM in the state of Florida.
Strong managerial background.
Highly responsive and able to provide excellent customer service.
Ability to create and develop long-term relationships
Multitask in a fast paced environment.
Capable and efficient in using computer systems including: MS-Office, property management software and email.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Willingness to take on new projects.
Self Starter & Team Player.
Must pass a drug screening and back ground check.