We started with just one home and an idea: to bring homeowners and renters together with smart technology and caring local teams. Today, we're the largest full-service vacation rental company in the US thanks to the people who give us their best every day. You'll fit right in here if you're curious, entrepreneurial, and thrive in a rapid-growth environment.
Why Operations at Vacasa
We live by a simple motto: happy team, happy owners, happy guests. Our local people are what set Vacasa apart. We're hospitality professionals dedicated to the communities we work with. We're the behind-the-scenes problem-solvers who create worry-free experiences for our owners and guests.
What we're looking for
We are looking for a Communitiy Association to Supervise Homeowner/Condominium association(s) with responsibility for all budgeting, financial reporting, communication and relationship management with Board. Providing inspections, quality reports, and accounting work for each association.
What you'll do
Supervise Homeowner/Condominium association(s) with responsibility for all budgeting, financial reporting, communication and relationship management with Board. Providing inspections, quality reports, and accounting work for each association.
Schedule Board meetings (including agendas), assure timely notices of meetings, and coordinate board elections and related social activities for owners' weekends. Attend all Board of Director meetings and maintain a good working relationship with Board members, committee members, and owners.
Ensure maintenance of professional financial statements and other financial data required by the Board. Coordinate with HOA accounting department all requests for annual financial data required by the Board. Prepare with the Board Treasurer and the HOA accounting department the annual operating and reserve budget for Board approval.
Work with Board to identify problems and improvements needed promptly. Communicate with all board members to keep them informed of expenditures and developments.
Coordinate required property/equipment inspections to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations.
Establish and maintain all contracts such as landscaping and building services, leasing of commercial or common areas.
Approve payment to all vendors, projected expenses outlined by the budget. Handle all collection matters and coordinate with the Board if necessary. Manage all capital projects
Handle owner inquires relative to all matters pertaining to the association.
The skills you'll need
Florida Community Association Manager License
Experience with association management
Works well with many personality types
Analytical and problem solving skills
Project management and customer service skills
Exhibits leadership by inspiring and motivating others
Work environment and physical demands
Availability to work Sunday through Saturday, early mornings, evenings and overnights as needed (or arrange for shift coverage as appropriate).
Traveling between worksites is frequent and this person will need their own reliable transportation.
Ability to stand, sit, and walk for an extended periods of time
Reach overhead and below the waist
Regularly push, pull, and lift up to 25 pounds
Occasionally lift or move up to 50 pounds
Bend, stoop, squat, kneel, and twist
The physical demands described here are an example of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
What you'll get
Health/dental/vision insurance-100% coverage option
401K retirement savings plan with up to a 6% company match
Employee Assistance Programs
Paid sick leave and holidays
Career advancement opportunities
All the equipment you'll need to be successful
Great colleagues and culture