Careers

CMA's People Make the Difference!

CMA, a stable and growing company for 37 years, has been recognized as a distinguished leader in the association management industry. In our unparalleled service to clients, our People make the Difference.

CMA Benefits

The Fish Philosophy

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Choose Your Attitude

Be There

Make Their Day

And Play!

Committees & Volunteerism

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Charity Committee

Health and Wellness Committee

"Funshine" Committee

Paid Time Off to Volunteer

Great Benefits

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Medical, Dental, Vision

401K

Education Reimbursement

Paid Vacation, Sick and Holidays

Positions at CMA

Community Association Manager

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The Community Association Manager provides servant leadership to our client Owner Associations as they seek to build and maintain strong, healthy communities. Professionally managing the communications, operations, maintenance and finances of various owner associations affords the Community Association Manager an opportunity to utilize business, problem solving and relational skills to achieve a strong sense of accomplishment for self and the communities they serve.

Our ideal candidate is highly motivated, with a passion for building relationships and serving our owners and possesses a 'can do' attitude. Excellent leadership, communication, interpersonal, customer service, organizational and budgeting skills are a must. A Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university is preferred; or four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. A designation of CMCA, or AMS is preferred, but not required.

Administrative Assistant

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The Administrative Assistant provides support to the Community Association Managers and our client associations by providing internal and external customer service in the following areas of operations: ARC request administration, association board meeting and annual meeting administration, association amenities administration, vendor invoice processing, data and file maintenance, correspondence and other word processing, supply management and mail distribution.

Our ideal candidate is highly customer service and detailed-oriented with demonstrated multi-tasking and computer skills and possesses a strong 'can do' attitude. This position requires a High School Diploma or GED, and at least three years of related administrative experience and/or training. Some night meetings are required.

Accounting

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The financial services team maintains records of financial transactions and general ledger relating to accounts payable, accounts receivable and adjusting journal entries. They have the responsibility to balance all asset and liability accounts, and prepare monthly financial reports including balance sheet, income statements and subsidiary schedules. They also assist in billing of scheduled assessments and collection of delinquent accounts.

 

Our ideal candidate is detail-oriented, with demonstrated financial statement production experience and a proven track record of accuracy. This position requires an Associates degree from a two year accredited college or university; and 3 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Compliance Coordinator

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The Compliance Coordinator is responsible for administering the Deed Restrictions of the community governing documents with respect to property maintenance, architectural standards and rules adopted for the owners' association. The position requires outdoor drive-around inspections; therefore, a personal automobile or some form of reliable transportation is required.

Our ideal candidate is highly detail oriented and possesses common-sense judgment for assessing property violations. A high school diploma or GED and one year related experience demonstrating the ability to read, interpret and apply policies or guidelines are required.