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Job DescriptionFirst Light Property Management, Inc - Manhattan Beach, CA 90266$40,000 - $50,,000 a year - Full-timeWell established property management firm in Manhattan Beach, California seeks experienced HOA / Community Association Portfolio & Residential Manager for immediate placement at main office. Great company culture amazing Manhattan Beach location!OVERVIEW:First Light Property Management, Inc's (FLPM) corporate headquarters in located in Manhattan Beach, California. FLPM provides solution-oriented, client-centric property management services to investment property owners (Residential and Commercial) and Home Owner Associations throughout the Greater Los Angeles area. First Light Property Management, Inc hires, promotes and recognizes staff based on the following Core Values:InnovationCustomer ServiceEfficiencyDedication to ExcellenceThe HOA / Community Manager fully accountable for managing a portfolio of Homeowner Associations in the South Bay / Los Angeles area. HOA / Community Manager is providing excellent customer service, oversight of property maintenance and administrative services HOAs and residential/commercial properties with the goal of enhancing the value of each property and striving to achieve the client goals/objectives to the best of their abilities.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to:Responsible for creating and distributing "Annual Budget Report" and "Annual Policy Statement" to all HOAs, as described and required by the Davis Sterling ActPerform on-site common area inspections, identify issues, provide necessary maintenance and/or repair action items.Perform inspections for non-compliance matters; Prepare, track and resolve all non-compliance violationsMonitor and follow up with all delinquent HOA fees and/or rent paymentsResponsible creating and posting all relevant homeowner and/or tenant notices (3 Days, 30 Days, 60 Days, etc.)Assist the Board with the preparation of the agenda and attend Board of Director Meetings (often outside of normal business hours).Prepare meeting minutes as necessary.Prepare board meeting packetsDevelop annual maintenance and administrative calendars. Oversee to completion.Respond to Board, Committee and Homeowner request for maintenance, architectural requests, move in/out requests, compliance correspondence, etc.Review and understand each HOA's governing documents to guide the Board in the proper and prudent management and maintenance of the community.Quality control vendors that perform work at the association and periodic review of their performanceReview and code vendor invoices to ensure proper classification and meets terms of contract or projectPrepare work orders for work performed at each associationGet and provide multiple vendor proposals for all projects over Board agreed upon dollar amountPrepare Annual Election mailers and attend Annual Meeting.Understand, prepare and submit yearly HOA budgets to HOA BoardsParticipate in annual strategy meeting with Board for short and long-range planningResponsible for entering charges to Associates for out-side-of scope activities, per HOA Contract Addendum.Responsible for managing the after-hour / weekend emergency calls that are forwarded from FLPM's weekend receptionists.Comply with Association and Company policy and proceduresPerforms any additional duties assigned by FLPM PartnersManage or assist with the management of residential or commercial properties as assigned by FLPM Partners.From time-to-time, must be willing and able to respond to emergency property-related issues after hours and/weekends. QUALIFICATIONS:MINIMUM 2 years prior experience as a HOA / Community Portfolio Manager. CMCA or CCAM preferred and MAJOR plusREQUIRED: Proficient knowledge and understanding of Davis-Sterling Act and how it applies to HOA managementTwo years of college REQUIRED, 4-year degree preferred.Must be able to able to read, speak and write/type (including proper grammar and syntax) in English at an expert level.Must be self-starter with EXCELLENT organizational, time management and prioritization abilityStrong leadership skills and ability to make informed decisions, as demonstrated by prior experienceMust be proficient with MS Outlook, MS Word and MS Excel programs and be able to demonstrate this knowledge during the interview process.Must be able to pass criminal background check and drug testMust exhibit professional appearance and follow dress code standardsAbility to write concise and effective memosAssist HOA Boards with the coordination of reserve studies, as requested.Must have solid command of Windows-based computersMust be willing to work in a fun, goal-oriented corporate office that is walking distance to the beachDRIVING/TRAVELING REQUIREMENTS:Semi-Frequent need (30% - 40% of the time) to utilize personal transportation to complete various tasks, site inspections, and HOA Board meetings.Must have valid driver's license, current automobile insurance and dependable vehicleCOMPENSATION:Salary $40,000 - $50,000 /year to start DOE. Eligible for medical (partial employer contribution of $100) and long-term disability benefits after 90-day probation period. All major holidays are paid days off (including the day after Thanksgiving).Job Type: Full-timeSalary: $40,000.00 to $50,000.00 /yearRequired education:AssociateRequired experience:HOA / Community Portfolio Manager: 2 yearsRequired language:English Company DescriptionFirst Light Property Management, Inc.Our clients are provided with secure online and on-demand information that include financial and accounting records (rent roll, balance sheets), tenant profiles and statements, and maintenance requests. By furnishing our property owner clients with intimate knowledge of every aspect of their property, they are able to make more informed decisions, thereby improving the bottom line.First Light markets and advertises client properties through a fully optimized "properties for rent" database, alongside strategic online advertisements (placed in highest trafficked apartment rental web destinations), and traditional offline advertising. Our user-friendly online system enables qualified prospective tenants in LA to view properties via virtual tours, apply for tenancy, pay rent and keep track of terms and leases.Our job goes beyond just your Los Angeles property management - we strive to build long term relationships with our clients by helping achieve their short and long term income property ownership goals. As agile and highly experienced real estate investors and property management professionals in Los Angeles, CA, we are able to customize property management solutions to meet your specific needs


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