Job Description

Position Title: Assistant Community Manager
Reports To: General Manager
Location: Washington, DC (NW)
Status: Direct Hire, Full Time
Industry: Community Association Management

Historic Residential Community in NW DC has a great opportunity for an experienced community association professional. Our client offers competitive salary, excellent benefits, free parking, a healthy work / life balance and many other perks!

Assistant Community Manager Position Summary

  • Assist with the daily management of all office and financial operations using the following databases; Building Link, Key Link Systems, MS Office Suite and maintenance inventory systems.
  • Assist General Manager in analyzing information and reporting to the Board of Directors on a wide-range of operational, infrastructure, financial, customer service and corporate items.
  • Interface with external accounting firm to ensure efficient coordination of processes, and the timely transfer of information between organizations.
  • Oversee personnel administration to include payroll, benefits and on-boarding activities.
  • Organize and draft reports for Board of Directors and committee meetings.
  • Confirm routine preventative maintenance work on an ongoing basis.
  • Attend evening meetings with the Board of Directors as necessary.
  • Receive and print monthly billing statements.
  • Assist General Manager in hiring, payroll, training and staff administration.
  • Perform background checks and employment verifications on new employees.
  • Provide staff supervision in the absence of the General Manager.

Assistant Community Manager Qualifications Summary

  • Minimum three years relevant experience in Community Management.
  • Professional Community Association Management experience desired.
  • AMS (Association Management Specialist) or CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations) an asset.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in relative field.
  • Ability to provide effective leadership; supervisory experience preferred.
  • Financial management / budgeting skills.
  • Knowledge of Human Resource compliance, rules, and regulations for on-boarding, tracking, and maintaining personnel information.
  • Payroll experience is a plus.
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, as well as Building Link and/or Key Link Systems.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.