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JOB POSTING: Onsite General Manager

Upscale and prestigious Beauvallon Condominium Association in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood is seeking an on-site General Manager. The General Manager reports directly to the Board of Directors and is an employee of the Association. 

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to: 

- The General Manager shall be responsible to the Association Board of Directors for the administration of all Association affairs placed in his/her charge by the Board. 

- The General Manager shall be responsible for in-depth knowledge of the governing documents of the Association and applicable Colorado statutes. 

- The General Manager shall monitor and supervise all contracted services, including those for repair and maintenance, preventative maintenance and other services as directed by the Board. 

- The General Manager shall hire, train, monitor and supervise the employees of the Association including Maintenance, Concierge, Custodial and Administrative. 

- Attendance at Board Meetings, Budget Ratification Meetings, Annual Meetings and other meetings as may be necessary. 

- Creating reports for the Board such as but not limited to Management, Collections and Maintenance. 

- Review of Financial Reports and management of the Operating and Reserve Budgets. 

- Act as liaison between the Board of Directors and members of the Association. 


- Minimum of five years’ experience as General Manager of a Condominium Association 

- CMCA and AMS accreditation/certification preferred 

- Colorado Community Association Manager License (CMA) required or obtained within 90 days of hire. 

- Knowledge of building facilities management requirements, testing and maintenance in accordance with accepted standards, practices and statutes. 

- Ability to develop strategic solutions for short and long term issues and projects. 

- Demonstrated interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. 

- Ability to proficiently utilize computer programs and database systems. 

- Assist in Covenant, Rule and Regulation enforcement and compliance. 


The Association offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience. Other benefits include paid time off and eligibility for participation in health insurance plans. 


Please submit resume and salary requirements by: 

· FAX to 303-861-0895 · EMAIL larry@thebeauvallon.com or darcymyers@thebeauvallon.com 

· Mail Beauvallon Condominium Association 

925 N. Lincoln St., Suite 202 

Denver, CO 80203

JOB POSTING: Community Director

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 9,000 employees operate more than 170 branch offices in the United States, Mexico, Canada and the United Arab Emirates.

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 participates in committees established for Northern California. The Community Director holds direct and dotted line reporting relationships with various departments. The Community Director reports to the Vice President.


The Community Director has the scope and authority to lead the team assigned to ensure employee and client retention and growth. The Community Director is responsible for knowledge of accounts in the assigned portfolio and implementing a communication program to reach clients on a consistent basis. The Community Director is responsible for enabling and implementing processes, procedures, and systems associated with project initiatives of company-wide business processes. Community Director has the scope and authority to direct operations and accounting staff to research and resolve client issues and interact with other departments in the pursuit of client services and to support the management team.

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

  • Employee development and team building
  • Provide oversight in general operations of the branch. 
  • Monitor performance of staff and office operations. 
  • Establish positive relationships with stakeholders and other vendors at branch level. 
  • Assist with management of strategic planning, business development, and fiscal operations at the branch level. 
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Knowledge and Skills

  • 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. 

Education and Experience 

  • Bachelor’s Degree Required 
  • 7 – 10 years of directly related or closely related experience 
  • 5 - 7 years of Management and/or Supervisory experience 
  • 5 – 7 years of Community Association experience 

Certifications or Licenses 

  • The State of Colorado’s Community Association Manager license
  • Industry specific certification(s)

Please send your resume and cover letter to Elena Lugo at elugo@associacolorado.com 

JOB POSTING: Community Association Manager

The Community Association Manager is a licensed professional responsible for managing a portfolio of communities while “paying attention” to the governing documents of each association as well as all applicable state and federal law. Managers are responsible for budgets, contract administration, and communications with Association Board Members and Owners.

Sopra Communities specializes in portfolio condominium management with a generally high-end clientele. We embody the word “Sopra” (Italian for “above”) by providing our client partners with service above expectations. We view our clients as partners, and we strive to educate and advise them. We uphold a team atmosphere, and believe all roles are critical to success. Our environment is fast-paced with opportunities to excel.

Duties and Responsibilities
  •        Ensures the smooth day-to-day operations of the communities within the assigned portfolio.
  •        Coordinates, manages, and directs all activities pertaining to the finances of each community within the portfolio. This includes financial reporting and operations budgeting.
  •        Conducts research and manages special projects as determined by the Board of Directors and the contract terms.
  •        Prepares, organizes, attends, and conducts all contracted Board meetings, Special meetings, and Annual meetings within the portfolio; these generally start no later than 6pm.
  •        Conducts site inspections of the portfolio on a frequent and scheduled basis.
  •        Reports to the CEO as the supervising manager. Works with the senior leadership team, other property managers, and client relations and engineering team members.
  •        Exhibits superior verbal/written communication skills with an ability to calmly resolve disputes or complaints.
  •        Displays the ability to successfully manage multiple projects and shifting priorities while maintaining attention to detail.
  •        Shows a willingness to provide our client partners with the Sopra standard of service.
  •        Demonstrates a warm, friendly and service-oriented philosophy while maintaining an understanding of the management contract and governing documents.
  •        Expresses an understanding of budgets and financials.
  •        Possesses a strong working knowledge with high proficiency in computer programs including property management specific systems.
  •        Brings one’s own reliable vehicle, has a valid driver’s license with a clean record, and retains current auto insurance for transportation to meetings and property visits.
  •        High school diploma or GED required.
  •        Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree preferred. A minimum of two years of related experience within the property management industry may satisfy this requirement.
  •        CMCA Certified
  •        Colorado State Licensure
  •        AMS or PCAM desirable
  •       Competitive Compensation DOE
  •       Cell phone reimbursement up to $1,200.00/year.
  •       Health Insurance reimbursement up to $2,400.00/year.
  •       Parking garage access card valued at $2,340.00/year.
  •       Seventeen days PTO per year plus 9 paid holidays per year.
Please send Resume, Cover Letter and the answer to the following questions to elizabeth@sopracommunities.
  1. Have you completed the following level of education: Associate?
  2. How many years of related experience do you have?
  3. Do you have the following license or certification: Driver's License?
  4. Do you have the following license or certification: Community Association Manager - Colorado or Reciprocal?
  5. Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law / regulations?

    JOB POSTING: Compliance Coordinator

    An excellent opportunity awaits the person who is eager to gain experience in a supportive and challenging environment. Be a key member of a small team of dedicated professionals who keep the private community of Roxborough Park running smoothly. Located in Littleton Colorado and surrounded by natural red rock beauty and abundant wildlife, Roxborough Park is home to hundreds of families. Work with great people in a great community and enjoy competitive pay and benefits. 


    The Compliance Coordinator provides the administrative support to ensure that the covenants of the community are upheld. 


    The ideal candidate will have the following skills and experiences: 

    · Excellent organizational and administrative skills. 

    · Excellent tracking and reporting skills. 

    · A keen attention to detail, follow-up and timeliness. 

    · Customer service skills and the ability to effectively resolve conflicts. 

    · Effective and professional communication with all levels of personnel, vendors, customers, Board members, committee members and residents. 

    · Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. 

    · Ability to work effectively as a member of a team. 

    · Ability to handle multiple projects, tasks and duties. 

    · Skilled in using the Microsoft Office suite of applications. 

    In addition, experience in or interest in learning the following: 

    · Previous work within a Homeowner association, especially in the field of convenant compliance and or architectural design, building and landscape. 

    · Knowledge and understanding of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA). 

    · Knowledge and understanding of the home construction process, and a general knowledge of architectural and landscape design. 


    1. Covenant Enforcement 

    a. Document resident concerns, investigate, track, remedy, and provide monthly detailed reports of the status of those violations to the General Manager. 

    2. Speed Enforcement 

    a. Monitor adherence to speed limits, track noncompliance penalty assessments, and track enforcement. Provide monthly reports and recommendations for further action. 

    3. Customer Services and Administration 

    a. Establish and maintain positive communications and relationships with residents and others throughout the compliance process. Educate and promote Covenant Compliance to residents by way of monthly newsletter articles. 

    4. Design Review Committee (DRC) Liaison 

    a. Act as the first point of contact for any design changes for new home owners, architects, builders and for residents who are undertaking a new construction project, and/or making landscape or exterior changes to their home. Determine whether a change request requires Design Review Committee approval or falls under the Administrative Approval process. 

    b. Accept, review for completeness, and prepare plans, documents and information required for the DRC concerning new construction and alterations to existing structures or lots. Prepare meeting packets, generate and post agendas, and attend the DRC meetings. Notify owners of DRC decisions and recommendations. 

    c. Provide assistance to Owners, prospective Owners, architects, and builders with interpretation of the Design Review Document objectives and proper submittal processes. Coordinate the approval process for all use restrictions (eg. Home color change, landscape renovation, driveways, lighting, signage, etc.) 

    d. Maintain and update as appropriate the “New Build Packet.” Hold pre-construction meetings with builders to discuss Foundation approvals, expectations, site-specific concerns, and Rules & Regulations as they pertain to signage, refuse disposal, contractor passes and entry to the Foundation, traffic control and parking, speeding, and construction site restrictions. 

    e. Inspect construction sites weekly for adherence to Foundation approvals and standards. Work through construction site problems and violation issues with Owner/contractors on a pro-active basis to resolve site condition inequities and compliance issues. 

    f. Collect all required fees and deposits due for design review and for new construction projects. Conduct final construction inspections for full compliance of approved plans. Authorize disbursement of deposit refunds upon successful final inspection. 

    TO APPLY Send your resume and cover letter with your salary requirement to: roxsearch@yahoo.com. Applications without this information will not be considered.

    (303) 585-0367


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