Community Standards Coordinator at Power Ranch Community Association
Under the direction of the Community Manager, the Community Standards Coordinator serves as a liaison between homeowners, residents, and the Design Review Committee in regards to architectural applications. The Community Standards Coordinator will work effectively with homeowners to ensure compliance when violations are found. Maintain accurate records of complaints and inspections made. Prepare effective reports and other written communication. Operate personal computer for word processing. Communicate courteously and effectively with the public, officials, and other employees, in person, in writing, and by telephone.
The Community Standards Coordinator will assist homeowners with understanding the Design Guidelines and requirements and guide them through the submittal process; act as liaison between homeowners and the Design Review Committee; prepare agendas and applications for and attends Design Review Committee meetings; prepare written correspondence to homeowners regarding deed restriction violations and architectural modification approval/denials; schedule and conduct weekly inspections of residential properties for compliance with deed restrictions; assist in the creation and adoption of violation policies based upon the Community Association Governing Documents and State Statutes; prepare and submit a Community Standards summary report on a monthly basis; maintain Owner Lot Files; act as liaison between homeowners and trash and recycling services; maintain accurate documentation of complaints and inspection; attend New Homeowner Meetings to provide information regarding trash/recycle services, community standards and design change applications.
The ideal candidate will communicate effectively both orally and in writing; establish and maintain good working relationships with Board, staff, residents, volunteers and contractors; possess extensive knowledge of covenants and design guidelines and ability to interpret and apply knowledge to position responsibilities; required attendance at Association Annual meetings, Board of Directors meeting, and Committee Meetings; possess excellent “people” skills and attention to detail; strong organizational skills and habits; strong computer skills in Windows Office programs; three years of related work with a combination of education and customer service experience; learn working knowledge of legal process for the community in regard to governing documents, enforcement policies, assessments, liens, and the State Statutes regarding due process; demonstrate proficiency in language skills-oral/written communication and interpretation of data; strong interpersonal skills in dealing with homeowners; demonstrate knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint..
Work is undertaken both indoors in an office environment and outdoors conducting field inspections. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions and walk long distances over varied terrain in order to inspect properties. Must have a valid driver’s license and insurance.
Power Ranch is an award-winning master-planned community in the East Valley. This community is known for its beautiful indoor and outdoor amenities and its engaging Lifestyle program. This community is known for family-friendly activities and where neighbors become friends. The Barn at Power Ranch is an East Valley gem, where residents and their guests have enjoyed memorable experiences such as weddings, anniversaries, and graduation parties. In addition, the residents enjoy 26 miles of walking trails, 2 catch and release lakes and fun for families of all sizes.
If you are interested, please submit your resume to Rebecca Hill at email@example.com.