Community Association Manager

Community association managers work on behalf of homeowner or community associations to manage the communal property and services of condominiums, cooperatives, and planned communities. Usually hired by a volunteer board of directors of the association, they manage the daily affairs and supervise the maintenance of property and facilities that the homeowners use jointly through the association. Like property managers, community association managers collect monthly fees, prepare financial statements and budgets, negotiate with contractors, and help to resolve complaints. Community association managers also help homeowners and non-owner residents comply with association rules and regulations.

Community Association Manager Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Community Association Manager to join our team.


  • Coordinate activities with other Vesta support functions;
  • Understand and carry out the terms and conditions of the Management Contract;
  • Prepare for, attend, present Managers Reports and Financial Reports, and summarize in notes and minutes all Board d of Directors meetings;
  • Interface regularly with internal customers and external vendors and clients;
  • Implement standard operating procedures that are consistent with the culture;
  • Analyze advantages and disadvantages of alternative solutions to problems and make recommendations to the Board of Directors;
  • Create action items and follow through to completion;
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for Board members;
  • Continual communication with Board members, residents, colleagues, and supervisors including follow up as necessary;
  • Recommend the service of professionals or contractors where required as well as hiring personnel for the association as needed;
  • Attend Board meetings for assigned properties, usually held monthly in the evening hours as well as attending annual, budget and special meetings;
  • Regular site visits to assigned properties;
  • Partnering with volunteer Condominium Boards to assist them in fulfilling their duties and responsibilities;
  • Delegate tasks to office staff, and confer with them on important matters;
  • Available in ‘on-call’ situations for urgent/emergency items.


  • LCAM designation;
  • Must have a clean driving record;
  • 2-5 years experience.