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Job Available Design Review Coordinator for the WaterColor Community Association

Discussion in 'Employment' started by WCHOA, Jul 21, 2014.

  1. WCHOA

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    Watercolor is a community of unparalleled quality and beauty, located on Northwest Florida's pristine Gulf Coast. Watercolor features many distinct, yet interconnected neighborhoods with gorgeous views of the sugar white beaches and other natural surroundings.

    Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Design Review Coordinator will execute the Design Review Application process based on the governing documents and provide assistance to the Design Review Chairman in preparing meetings with the Design Review Committee. This position will also serve as liaison between homeowners, builders, contractors and the Design Review Board.


    Responsibilities also include: preparing, organizing and posting bi-weekly meeting agendas and preparing all supporting documents for discussion; recording meeting minutes; presenting minor owner requests and field changes to the Design Review Board; ensuring all submittals are complete and preparing them for review by architectural consultant; working with owners, potential owners , and real estate agents on routine questions; setting up cable and internes services for all new construction homes and assisting owners with issues regarding cable and internet; preparing monthly reports; and other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


    The ideal candidate should be motivated, a self-starter, flexible, detail-oriented, and have excellent people skills. Also valued is experience in a homeowner association operation, being highly organized with the ability to multi-task, and being computer literate in the Windows environment.


    Candidates should also have the ability to maintain good working relationships with Board and Committee members, staff, residents, volunteers and contractors and should have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel Spreadsheets and the ability to learn ACCESS.
    The position requires both work indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Candidates must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and occasionally walk over varied terrain in order to inspect properties. A valid driver’s license is required.


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


    If you are interested email Tracy Regan at tregan@ccmcnet.com.
     

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