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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:
Seek the Position of Business Community Association Manager

SUMMARY:   Remarkably gifted Business Community Association Manager with huge background in the day-to-day management of the community association businesses under the direction and supervision of Board of Directors.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Over twelve years experience.
  • Strong experience working with co-operative community,    college students, and young adults.
  • Great experience in fundraising, public relations, and legislative    advocacy.
  • In-depth experience working with a non-profit board of    directors.
  • Profound experience with collaborative or consensus-based    decision-making.
  • Exceptional familiarity with property management, real estate    financing, and community development
  • Remarkable ability to communicate effectively orally and in    writing.
  • Excellent accounting and computer skills.
  • Strong ability to troubleshoot maintenance issues.
  • Great knowledge of homeowners' association law.

    Professional Experience

    Rainbow Community Association, New York, NY
    2002 - Present

    Community Association Manager
    • Implement and enforce, in a fair and balanced manner, the Covenants, Articles and Bylaws of the Association and the policies, rules, regulations, restrictions and guidelines established by the Board of Directors and by applicable law.
    • Hire, promote, demote and terminate, in a fair and equitable manner, employees of the Association in accordance with established procedures and applicable employment laws.
    • Direct the activities of all Association employees.
    • Recommend to the Board of Directors wage and salary plan and benefit adjustments as competitive pressures necessitate in order to maintain a stable and productive work environment for the Association's employees, subject only to fiscal constraints.
    • Effectively recommends significant organizational changes designed to improve quality and/or efficiency of organizational functions to the Board of Directors.
    • Develops and recommends to the Board of Directors organizational goals and objectives for the Association in keeping with and in anticipation of changes in the community and the business environment.
    • Effect efficient and cost-effective performance of the services and functions of the Association.
    • Manage the fiscal affairs, including the timely preparation of operating, capital and reserve budgets, of the Association in concert with the Board of Directors policies and subject to annual audits.
    • Effect preparation and annual updates of Reserve Studies in keeping with the policies of the Association and applicable law.
    • Effectively oversee and approve the prudent and parsimonious expenditure of Association funds within the budget constraints and written authority limits set by the Board of Directors.
    • Enforce all contracts, permits and privileges entered into or granted by the Board of Directors and act as the primary representative of the Association with respect to vendors, agents and public officials.
    • Supervise generally and through others the maintenance of the Association's property including buildings, vehicles and machinery, common grounds and others.
    • Provide, directly and through others, appropriate and courteous services to Association Members.
    • Establish and maintain a broad range of lines of communication with Association Members in order to keep Members abreast of Association matters and issues and of changes in the legal and business arenas that may affect the Association and its members.

    Rainbow Community Association, New York, NY
    1998 - 2002

    Assistant Community Association Manager
    • Enforced rules and regulations.
    • Performed administrative functions.
    • Monitored contractors and obtained bids from them.
    • Attended Board of Directors meetings, committee meetings (when required) and membership meetings.
    • Inspected common elements and responded to resident requests.
    • Oversaw monthly expenses, capital improvement and repaired projects within the budget.
    • Prepared annual budget.

    Rainbow Community Association, New York, NY
    1994 - 1998

    Property Analyst
    • Performed office and field work under direct supervision in connection with the negotiation, acquisition, and management of property or rights of way.
    • Assisted in securing, examining, and interpreting title reports on property to be acquired, leased or sold and prepared necessary documents.
    • Assisted in negotiations for, and conducted the preparation of, leases, deeds, conveyances, quit-claims agreements, and other actions necessary for property management, acquisition, sale or abandonment.
    • Assisted in negotiations for purchase, sale or lease of less complicated or lower valued property, property rights and privileges for public use.
    • Obtained data and directed the preparation of maps or related material for use in condemnation proceedings or other real property transactions.
    • Prepared correspondence and reports such as the Real Property Inventory

    Education and Professional Training

    Licensed Community Association Manager

    Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance (1994)




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