Job: Community Manager

Title Community Manager
Categories Arizona
Location Tucson, AZ
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Community Manager position in the Tucson, Arizona.


Under direction of Board of Directors, the Community Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of the Association as required in the governing documents, any applicable state law and outlined in the CCMC management contract. This will includes oversight and leadership of staff, service contractors and daily interaction with community residents and volunteers.  The position requires the ability to manage all aspects of community management and be able to multi-task on a variety of levels, with the utmost focus, organization and professionalism. The Community Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as an advisor to the Board and the volunteer committees, and create a variety of opportunities to promote and maintain a true sense of community.


Responsibilities include providing the specific services required to facilitate the daily office functions; overseeing the architectural design review and covenant enforcement processes, in accordance with governing documents; developing and administering the annual budgets; monitoring performance against the budget; conducting monthly reviews of financial statements and preparing variance reports for the Boards of Directors; developing and implementing a risk management program; facilitating long-range planning and annual goal setting; overseeing operations and maintenance of all association assets; ensuring that the needs of the residents are dealt with in a timely and professional manner; and performing other duties as assigned.


The ideal candidate will have: CMCA (PCAM preferred), 5 years of progressive on-site community management experience, architectural review familiarity, and possess a strong operational knowledge, with a background overseeing common area amenities, maintenance, landscaping and irrigation. Must have excellent communication skills and a strong understanding of community financials and operations. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated, and be able to work effectively with a developer board of directors in addition to displaying a high level of flexibility to manage the Community with the utmost level of singularity.


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


If you are interested, please email your resume to Lisa Lundskow at

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