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Title Lifestyle Director
Categories Frisco, TX
Location Frisco, TX
Job Information

 

We currently have a full-time Lifestyle Director position located at Hollyhock in Frisco, TX!

 

The Lifestyle Director will be responsible for creating, planning, marketing and executing a comprehensive recreation agenda for the residents, overseeing the operations and setting direction for the community programs, events, classes and activities.

 

Other responsibilities will include starting partnerships with local businesses and organizations; assisting with marketing events; soliciting sponsorships for community events; establishing and implementing general policies and procedures for activities; developing and nurturing a viable network of local and resident volunteers; starting and scheduling of events, trips, and group functions; developing, promoting, coordinating; editing, producing and distributing bi-monthly community newsletters; starting and maintaining the community website for lifestyle events and programs; overseeing all social media; producing, maintaining and following an annual budget for activity income and expenses and providing monthly lifestyle reports for activities. Additionally, will assist in the execution of marketing events and prospect engagement while developing marketing strategies for events and classes that assist the Developer with their marketing efforts and prospect engagement. Other duties as assigned.

The position of Lifestyle Director is not an 8 – 5, Monday – Friday desk job, therefore qualified candidates must be able to work full-time hours that are flexible and will include nights, weekends and holidays.  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.

Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and able to work effectively with a board of directors.  Qualified candidates will have at least 2 years of professional event planning experience and 2 years of professional experience with newsletter production and social media campaigns.

Hollyhock is located in the rapidly-growing and desirable City of Frisco, Texas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, just 3.5 miles west of the North Dallas Tollway.  Encompassing nearly 400 acres, the community is planned to include approximately 850 homes, a community clubhouse with a pool and large field, an amenity center, numerous parks and a trail network that will connect to a 300-acre regional park and mountain bike trail system.

Interested candidates please email your resume to Jessica Hudson at jhudson@ccmcnet.com

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Title Part Time Front Desk Associate
Categories Frisco, TX
Location Frisco, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has 2 part time Front Desk Attendant positions at The Village at Frisco Lakes in Frisco, TX.

 

Candidate must be outgoing with a professional personality, a sense of humor, a positive outlook, patience and self-control.  Qualified applicant 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 at least 2 years professional administrative experience with basic cash handling skills, excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office, will be flexible with project changes and be able to think outside the box. Experience using CLASS software is preferred.

 

The hours/shifts for this position are:

 

Saturday and Sunday 9am-1pm

Saturday and Sunday 1pm-5pm

Monday through Friday 10:30am-4pm

 

The Village at Frisco Lakes is an active adult (55 years of age and better) community on the west side of Frisco on Lake Lewisville.  The Part Time Front Desk Attendant is responsible for entry desk operations at the Village Center including membership registration using CLASS software, cash handling, information dissemination and assisting patrons by phone and in person. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS include: Greet members and guests at the service area, handle event/program registration requests, scan identification cards, answer telephones, take messages, direct calls, and provide general information; Answer customer questions regarding hours, facility information, services and programs; Report any accidents, unsafe conditions, or problems to the appropriate staff member; Enforcement of policies and procedures; Other department related duties as assigned by the professional staff; Facility booking and reservations.

 

Flexible schedule is preferable to substitute for other front desk attendants when necessary.  Nights, weekends and holidays will be required.  Candidate must be able to work their assigned shift on a consistent basis.

If you are interested, please email Kim Funk at kfunk@ccmcnet.com.

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Title Part Time Maintenance Associate
Categories Frisco, TX
Location Frisco, TX
Job Information

 

CCMC currently has a part-time Maintenance Associate position at Frisco Lakes in Frisco, TX.

 

The Maintenance Associate will perform maintenance work to include lighting checks, bulb, and ballast replacements; maintain doors and locks; perform minor caulking, prep work and painting; perform carpentry repairs, plumbing maintenance and brick and concrete work repairs and any additional duties as assigned.

 

Hours will be:

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 5:30pm-9:30pm

Saturday and Sunday 7:30am to 1:30pm

 

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and observant, and will detect maintenance needs throughout the property and rectify concerns; will be able to communicate with managers, residents and peers; will have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; will follow instructions and schedules as designated; and will be dependable, solution-oriented and professional in appearance.  Pleasant personality and people skills are a must.

 

Must be able to work both indoors and outdoors in various weather conditions, perform physical labor, lift up to 50 pounds and work nights and weekends and on call when required.  Previous experience preferred in HVAC, electrical, plumbing, swimming pool, general maintenance, and entry level computer skills including Microsoft Office and Outlook.

 

$17.00 per hour.

 

Wrapped around the shores of Lake Lewisville in prestigious Frisco, Frisco Lakes is the premier community for active adults age 55 and better in the north Dallas area.  The community’s convenient location provides easy access to both Dallas and Fort Worth and all these cities have to offer.  Plus, DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field are just 25 minutes away, making it easy to bring in friends and family.  Amenities include an 18-hole golf course which the Association does not own or maintain, two amenity centers, two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, an outdoor and indoor spa, walking trails, state-of-the-art fitness centers, billiards and game rooms, and ballrooms where residents can show off their best dance moves.

If you are interested, please  email Judy Dreis at jdreis@ccmcnet.com.

 

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Title Lifestyle Coordinator
Categories Frisco, TX
Location Frisco, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a Lifestyle Coordinator position at Frisco Lakes in Frisco, TX.

 

The Lifestyle Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Lifestyle Director in planning, coordinating, organizing, promoting, marketing, implementing and supervising all community events and classes for the residents of the Frisco Lakes Community Association.

 

The position of Lifestyle Coordinator is not a desk job.  Many events are held on weekends, evenings and holidays.  The Lifestyle Coordinator should be available to plan, coordinate and attend the various functions and trips, purchase supplies, preview entertainment and evaluate locations.  The success of the Lifestyle Coordinator cannot be quantified in on-site desk hours, but rather in quality of the overall program, and the quantity and satisfaction of the residents participating in the programs.

 

Responsibilities include developing, promoting and executing a full complement of events for the active adult community including shows, dances, day trips, overnight trips, classes, seminars, activities, presentations and special events; planning and promoting special events and programs for visiting family members (i.e. grandchildren); maintaining a broad information pool of local entertainment venues, sightseeing locations, restaurants, sporting and cultural sights; negotiating and signing contracts with entertainment, instructors, speakers, vendors and caterers; serving as a resource for residents in party and meeting planning by providing room scheduling and event information, as well as catering and entertainment resources; developing promotional strategies for in-house and off-site events, to include writing articles, delegating job responsibilities, producing flyers, maintaining bulletin boards, and sign-up sheets; organizing, editing, producing and distributing a monthly community newsletter; including articles, advertisements, calendars and schedule of events; administering and updating community website on a daily basis; coordinating room set up schedule; scheduling rentals including coordination of room set ups, outside vendors, entertainment and catering; and acting as primary back up for Lifestyle Director and assisting in various administrative duties.

 

The Lifestyle Coordinator should be physically able to assist in event set-up and break down and the ability to stand for extended periods of time.  Must also be able to work nights, weekends and holidays.  Hours will vary depending on the assigned duties.

 

The ideal candidate will have strong communication and managerial skills, familiarity with recreation needs of the active adult community and the ability to meet those needs with an extensive agenda of activities.  Must be computer literate with at least five years of experience with Microsoft Office.  Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as basic reasoning and mathematical skills.  Must be able to meet strict deadlines with a moderate to high sense of urgency and have the ability to work within a defined budget.  Must thrive in a fast-paced environment and be able to jump from task to task as needed. Must be able to work closely with other staff members, departments of the Community Association and employees of CCMC.  Must be a self-starter in need of minimal supervision, must be organized and detail-oriented and must portray a positive, customer-service oriented attitude.

 

Wrapped around the shores of Lake Lewisville in prestigious Frisco, Frisco Lakes is the premier community for active adults age 55 and better in the north Dallas area.  The community’s convenient location provides easy access to both Dallas and Fort Worth and all these cities have to offer.  Plus, DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field are just 25 minutes away, making it easy to bring in friends and family.  Amenities include an 18-hole golf course, miles of walking trails, state-of-the-art fitness center, billiards and game room, and a ballroom room where you can show off your best dance moves.

Interested candidates please email Connie Baxter at cbaxter@ccmcnet.com

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Title Lifestyle Coordinator; Part Time
Categories Frisco, TX
Location Frisco, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a part-time Lifestyle Coordinator position at Frisco Lakes in Frisco, TX.

 

The Lifestyle Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Lifestyle Director in planning, coordinating, organizing, promoting, marketing, implementing and supervising all community events and classes for the residents of the Frisco Lakes Community Association.

 

The position of Lifestyle Coordinator is not a desk job.  Many events are held on weekends, evenings and holidays.  The Lifestyle Coordinator should be available to plan, coordinate and attend the various functions and trips, purchase supplies, preview entertainment and evaluate locations.  The success of the Lifestyle Coordinator cannot be quantified in on-site desk hours, but rather in quality of the overall program, and the quantity and satisfaction of the residents participating in the programs.

 

Responsibilities include developing, promoting and executing a full complement of events for the active adult community including shows, dances, day trips, overnight trips, classes, seminars, activities, presentations and special events; planning and promoting special events and programs for visiting family members (i.e. grandchildren); maintaining a broad information pool of local entertainment venues, sightseeing locations, restaurants, sporting and cultural sights; negotiating and signing contracts with entertainment, instructors, speakers, vendors and caterers; serving as a resource for residents in party and meeting planning by providing room scheduling and event information, as well as catering and entertainment resources; developing promotional strategies for in-house and off-site events, to include writing articles, delegating job responsibilities, producing flyers, maintaining bulletin boards, and sign-up sheets; organizing, editing, producing and distributing a monthly community newsletter; including articles, advertisements, calendars and schedule of events; administering and updating community website on a daily basis; coordinating room set up schedule; scheduling rentals including coordination of room set ups, outside vendors, entertainment and catering; and acting as primary back up for Lifestyle Director and assisting in various administrative duties.

 

The Lifestyle Coordinator should be physically able to assist in event set-up and break down and the ability to stand for extended periods of time.  Must also be able to work nights, weekends and holidays.  Hours will vary depending on the assigned duties.

 

The ideal candidate will have strong communication and managerial skills, familiarity with recreation needs of the active adult community and the ability to meet those needs with an extensive agenda of activities.  Must be computer literate with at least five years of experience with Microsoft Office.  Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as basic reasoning and mathematical skills.  Must be able to meet strict deadlines with a moderate to high sense of urgency and have the ability to work within a defined budget.  Must thrive in a fast-paced environment and be able to jump from task to task as needed. Must be able to work closely with other staff members, departments of the Community Association and employees of CCMC.  Must be a self-starter in need of minimal supervision, must be organized and detail-oriented and must portray a positive, customer-service oriented attitude.

 

Wrapped around the shores of Lake Lewisville in prestigious Frisco, Frisco Lakes is the premier community for active adults age 55 and better in the north Dallas area.  The community’s convenient location provides easy access to both Dallas and Fort Worth and all these cities have to offer.  Plus, DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field are just 25 minutes away, making it easy to bring in friends and family.  Amenities include an 18-hole golf course, miles of walking trails, state-of-the-art fitness center, billiards and game room, and a ballroom room where you can show off your best dance moves.

 

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