Colorado

Title Director
Categories Colorado
Location Douglas County, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a Director position at Sterling Ranch in Douglas County, CO!

 

Under strategic direction of the Board of Directors, and reporting to the CCMC Vice President, the Director is responsible for multi-year strategic planning of resident support that executes the community’s vision and manages the daily business operations of the Community Experience and Resident Support as required. Work includes leadership and management of residential services staff and service contractors and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers. The Director has responsibility for contracting for community maintenance and appearance to meet the standards as set by the Board, as well as the planning and management of Sterling Ranch recreational and wellness facilities and programs.  The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost focus on professionalism and commitment to the community. The Director serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as advisor to the Board, General Manager, and volunteer committees involving policies and procedures and creating a variety of social, outdoor and other opportunities to promote and maintain a true sense of this Colorado community. The Director is responsible for ensuring the Sterling Ranch vision for the community is implemented throughout the resident experience

 

The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of federal and state laws governing the operation of metropolitan districts and/or community associations, excellent people skills and proven ability to maintain working relationships with residents and volunteers, experience and ability to recruit, develop, train, supervise, and motivate staff members, and superior communication and networking ability.

 

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business, public administration or related field with a minimum five years of progressively responsible experience and growth within the master-planned community industry (or management equivalent in a related field i.e. country club, hospitality, city management or military) is required. Must have a valid driver’s license and current vehicle liability insurance. Minimum CAI credential of CMCA designation, with ability and intention to obtain the PCAM designation, is also required.

 

Nestled at the gateway to the Front Range, this remarkable rolling terrain boasts spectacular views of the mountains and southern foothills. Experience a mixed-use, master-planned community like no other – featuring authentic Colorado architecture and treasured surroundings, vitalized by mindful, sustainable resources and forward-thinking technologies. The community offers spectacular views of the mountains and southern foothills and is adorned with authentic Colorado architecture dedicated to mindful, sustainable resources and forward-thinking technologies. Focused on pedestrians, Sterling Ranch will feature 30 miles of trails, prolific open space and access to two state and three regional parks.

 

All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

 

If you are interested, please email Brittany Rosario at brosario@ccmcnet.com.

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Title Gatehouse Attendant
Categories Colorado
Location Highlands Ranch, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Gatehouse Attendant position at Backcountry in Highlands Ranch, CO!

 

Reporting directly to the Operations Manager, we are seeking an individual who will ensure that all BackCountry residents, prospective buyers, and guests are welcomed to the community, and directing them accordingly.  Will also operate gate access devices, assist homeowners with entry gate operations, monitor the gate system for maintenance related issues and redirect all construction traffic to the east gate. Responsibilities will include controlling traffic at the entry gates to prevent accidents and confusion.  Other tasks may include completing all necessary documentation, monitoring delivery services, and restricting solicitors from access to the community.

 

The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and customer service skills in order to interface with homeowners, customers and co-workers, possess a strong work ethic and produce quality work, be honest, loyal and take initiative.  Must also be able to manage priorities and work in a fast paced environment.  Must possess a valid Driver’s License. Must have availability to work on Friday and Saturday evenings.

All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Backcountry is a Shea Homes community located within the Highlands Ranch master planned development in the southwest suburbs of Denver, CO.  Backcountry is a high-end, gated community that will encompass 1,300 homes and include over 700 acres of private open space, the Discovery Center and the Sundial House community center with pool and other neighborhood amenities.  The community backs up to the Backcountry Wilderness area and has views of the Rockies, downtown Denver and the Great Plains.  This is a special place.

 

If you are interested, please email your resume to Michael Single at msingle@ccmcnet.com.

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Title Administrative Coordinator
Categories Colorado
Location Highlands Ranch, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Administrative Coordinator position at Backcountry in Highlands Ranch, CO!

 

The Administrative Coordinator will work in a fast-paced, challenging team environment providing administrative support to the Operations Manager, Lifestyle Director, Maintenance Manager, and Community Manager as well as sharing in front desk duties.  The position is multi-faceted and supports the on-site team in a variety of duties including, but not limited to, maintaining owner files, maintaining the community calendar, vendor setup and management, on-site accounting duties, coordination of rentals, community communications, and fielding and documenting calls from residents.

 

The ideal candidate will be customer service oriented, adaptable, professional, and have a poised disposition.  Must have the ability to demonstrate exceptional time management while staying highly organized and be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.  Must have the ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with fellow team members, Board members, residents, volunteers, and contractors and be able to review and have a general understanding of governing documents and design guidelines.  Must pass all testing requirements of CCMC and have at least two years’ experience as an administrative supporting role or association management.  Experience using Constant Contact, Canva, and Adobe Creative Suite is preferred.  Strong computer skills with Microsoft Office and database software as well as strong attention to detail is required.

 

Work is conducted indoors in an office environment where employee must sit or stand for long periods of time.  Often times this position also requires assistance at outdoor lifestyle events.  Employee may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 40 lbs.

 

Backcountry is a Shea Homes community located within the Highlands Ranch master-planned development in the southwest suburbs of Denver, CO.  Backcountry is a high-end, gated community that will encompass 1,300 homes and include over 700 acres of private open space, the Discovery Center and the Sundial House community center with pool and other neighborhood amenities.  The community backs up to the Backcountry Wilderness area and has views of the Rockies, downtown Denver and the Great Plains.  This is a special place.

 

If you are interested, please email your resume to Michael Single at msingle@ccmcnet.com.

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Title Operations Manager
Categories Colorado
Location Denver, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Operations Manager at Anthem Highlands in Broomfield, CO.

Under the primary direction of the Community Manager, work in a fast-paced, challenging team environment providing administrative support to immediate supervisor, Board of Directors, and other departments as needed. Provide direct oversight to the Community Standards Coordinator, Membership Coordinator, Administrative Coordinator, and seasonal aquatics staff. Oversee administrative operations of the Association and Parkside Community Center.

 

Some responsibilities for this position may be, oversee daily office functions ensuring that the needs and requests of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner; maintain all association records as required by the governing documents, federal and state law and CCMC protocol; ensures that all association correspondence and notices are accurate and timely; assist the Community Manager with developing and administration of the annual operating and reserve budgets; monitor financial performance against adopted budget; maintains necessary records for preparation of annual audits; assist in orientation and training of Board(s) and committee members; recruit, hire, and evaluate Membership, Front Desk/Kid Care personnel, Community Standards employees, Administrative and seasonal/contract Aquatics staff in accordance with CCMC personnel guidelines; oversee spending of office supplies alongside current budget, and review staff credit card purchases. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

 

Qualifications for this position are three years of proven advancement in a professional business environment, Associate’s degree or equivalent experience, attention to detail, customer-focused attitude, and a valid driver’s license and liability insurance. Preferred qualifications are two years of community management/supervisory experience, Bachelor’s degree, and CAI credential of CMCA designation with the ability to obtain the AMS designation.

 

If you are interested in this position, please email Elizabeth Ward at eward@ccmcnet.com.

 

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Title Community Standards & Architectural Review Coordinator
Categories Colorado
Location Highlands Ranch, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Standards & Architectural Review Coordinator position at Backcountry in Highlands Ranch, CO!

 The Community Standards & Architectural Review Coordinator is responsible for overseeing community standards and architectural review of privately owned lots, as well as the inspections of common areas and direction of snow removal operations as directed by the Community Manager.  The Community Standards & Architectural Review Coordinator will successfully lead their department to provide exemplary service in order to ensure the tidiness, cleanliness, and welcoming appearance of privately-owned lots and Association-owned common elements (including, but not limited to: Common areas, the Discovery Center, drainage swales, entry gates and gatehouse, fences, landscaping, monuments, open spaces, parks, private streets and sidewalks, recreation facilities (including the Sundial House and pool), signage, street and landscape lighting, and walls)  in Backcountry, the adherence to the Association’s design guidelines and rules and regulations prior to, during, and following the architectural review process, and the facilitation of snow removal operations.

Some responsibilities of this position will be: supervise Community Standards and Architectural Review departments including hiring, training, management, scheduling, and evaluation of staff, and coordinates with other departments as needed; receive, respond to, investigate, and help resolve resident announcements, calls, emails, and requests and complaints in a timely manner; attend all Backcountry Association staff meetings and gatherings; coordinate and participate in committee meetings (including plan review), provides support for Board of Directors Meetings, Member Meetings, etc.; Support Association functions, including processing notices, meeting coordination, agendas, minutes, and supplemental report; daily inspection and reporting of any deficiencies found at Association common areas and open spaces (including parks, ponds, green belts, etc.); creating and maintaining community and team calendars to stay abreast of meetings, special events, property inspections, special projects and other deadline; ensure appropriate Member files, documents, and accounting files are stored for proper retention online or in hard copy, as appropriate; Review and understand the Management contract requirements and all Association governing documents; possess a working knowledge of Association guidelines, governing documents, operating policies and procedures, and federal, state, and local statutes as they may pertain to the responsibilities and duties of the position as described herein; maintain working knowledge of internal systems; complete documentation as necessary; respond to after-hours calls and emergencies. Other duties as assigned.

Qualified candidates must be able to work full-time hours that are flexible and will include nights, weekends and holidays and have stable means of transportation.  This includes a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance. As the preparation and implementation of activities may take place outdoors, candidates must also be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions, stand for extended periods of time, and may be required to repetitively lift and move up to 25 lbs.

Candidates must have basic computer knowledge such as Windows, Microsoft Office and Outlook, must possess a valid driver’s license and current valid liability insurance. Other skills and abilities are excellent people skills, ability to work alone for extended periods of time, communicate effectively both orally and written, and be able to build and maintain professional relationships with the Board of Directors, staff, residents and contractors. Preferred qualifications are at least one year of experience in homeowners associations and experience using SmartWebs office software.

Backcountry is a Shea Homes community located within the Highlands Ranch master planned development in the southwest suburbs of Denver, CO.  Backcountry is a high-end, gated community that will encompass 1,300 homes and include over 700 acres of private open space, the Discovery Center and the Sundial House community center with pool and other neighborhood amenities.  The community backs up to the Backcountry Wilderness area and has views of the Rockies, downtown Denver and the Great Plains.  This is a special place.

All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

If you are interested, please email Jeff Powles at jpowles@ccmcnet.com.

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Title Front Desk Associate (part-time)
Categories Colorado
Location Highlands Ranch, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Front Desk Associate position at Backcountry in Highlands Ranch, CO.

 We are looking for an outgoing Front Desk Associate with a professional personality, a sense of humor, patience and self-control.

Qualified applicants will display the following: strong attention to detail; ability to problem solve; ability to maintain confidential information; strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to work independently or with a group; and ability to meet a high standard of customer service.

The ideal candidate will have excellent computer skills, preferably with Microsoft Office, and will be flexible with project changes and scheduling, and be able to think outside the box.

The schedule/availability for this shift is Sunday, Tuesday and Friday evenings.

All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Backcountry is a Shea Homes community located within the Highlands Ranch master-planned development in the southwest suburbs of Denver, CO.  Backcountry is a high-end, gated community that will encompass 1,300 homes and include over 700 acres of private open space, the Discovery Center and the Sundial House community center with pool and other neighborhood amenities.  The community backs up to the Backcountry Wilderness area and has views of the Rockies, downtown Denver and the Great Plains.  This is a special place.

If you are interested, email your resume to Michael Single at msingle@ccmcnet.com.

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Title Maintenance Manager
Categories Colorado
Location Thornton, CO
Job Information

CCMC currently has a Maintenance Manager position available at Heritage Todd Creek in Thornton, CO.

The Maintenance Manager will oversee the building and grounds maintenance of the HOA-owned properties and Metro District including, but not limited to: parks, recreation center, common grounds and easements, streets, signage, perimeter wall, the fitness center, and pool facilities.

Responsibilities include inspecting facility and properties daily, weekly and monthly and provide monthly report documenting inspection results to Community Manager; establishing and implementing a preventative maintenance schedule and maintaining records of planned service; directing the work of contractors in maintaining the property; preparing bid specifications and making recommendations for the award of contracts; completing repair work orders in a timely manner using contractors and maintenance staff, as appropriate, as well as ordering equipment, parts and supplies, and maintaining adequate stock of frequently-used items; and training, supervising, and evaluating maintenance staff.

The Maintenance Manager will also maintain updated facility records including warranty information, furniture, fixture and equipment lists for personal property tax and reserve study purposes, building/landscaping plans, etc.; ensure that all grounds and facilities are well-kept and consistently provide a clean, safe, and welcoming environment for residents to recreate; coordinate efforts with the Lifestyle Program to fulfill rental and event service requirements; participate in the development of the operating and capital budgets and provide data for the annual reserve study; develop and maintain Standard Operation Procedures, Maintenance Manuals, and Material Safety Data Sheets, and operate within OSHA (Occupational Safety and health Act) standards and company safety policies; and will promptly provide initial response to calls for service from staff, assess maintenance needs, and take corrective action or route work orders to the appropriate contractor or staff member and will respond to after-hours emergencies.

The successful candidate should be capable and willing to perform the following operational functions: Light Cleaning(sweep, mop, clean mirrors, clean/disinfect commodes and urinals, replenish consumables, etc.), Event, Program, and Rental Set-up (move and set-up chair, tables, trash receptacles, operate AV equipment, remove event trash, etc), and general Building and Grounds Maintenance Duties (repair plumbing, electrical units, HVAC systems, snow removal, concrete, masonry, roofing, fencing, doors, windows, and other property and equipment).

The Maintenance Manager must have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; present a professional demeanor which is pleasant and polite while working with both staff, residents, and the public; be able to establish and maintain good working relationships with Board, staff, residents, volunteers, and contractors; have extensive knowledge of building and grounds maintenance; and have a good working knowledge of operating policies and procedures and be able to communicate these effectively to staff and residents.

Candidates should have strong supervisory skills to manage the work of contract employees, as well as vendors; have strong computer skills and have working knowledge of pool operations including water chemistry and balance, technical specifications, general operating practices.

As work is conducted both indoors and outdoors, candidates must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions, and to walk long distances to perform physical inspections. Must be able to repetitively lift and carry up to 50 lbs. and perform other physical labor. Evening and weekend work may be required.

Must have at least two years’ experience in facility and grounds maintenance; computer skills with Windows; and must possess valid driver’s license.

Preferred qualifications include CPO or AFO certifications; skills in carpentry, HVAC, electric, plumbing and other building trades; skills in landscaping, irrigation and grounds maintenance; and experience working for a community association, country club, or municipality in a similar position.

Heritage Todd Creek is an active adult community with a resort lifestyle. Enjoy a delightful mix of social, leisure and recreational activities at this active adult Community located in the north suburbs of Denver. The various amenities include golf, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis, fitness center and library. Residents can take part in a plethora of activities offered including jazzercise, water aerobics, line dancing, bridge, poker, karaoke, bingo, book clubs and more. The Community offers a 33,000 square-foot award winning clubhouse designed especially for active adults.

All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

If you are interested, email Ross Dudley at rdudley@ccmcnet.com.

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