The Management Group, Inc.
  • 29-Aug-2017 to 28-Oct-2017 (PST)
  • Associations
  • Tigard, OR, USA
  • $17-18
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

We offer excellent benefits that include Medical, Vision, and Dental group plans. We have a great 401(k) retirement plan, paid vacation and sick leave as well as educational assistance.

The Management Group, Inc. (TMG) was founded in 1985 by President, Carmen Villarma, as a single family property management company. Today, TMG has expanded into a conglomeration of five companies that encompass all aspects of property management: Single Family, Homeowner Associations, Multifamily, Commercial, Sales, and Maintenance Services. In total, as the largest property management company in Southwest Washington, TMG's portfolio is comprised of over 14,000 residential units throughout Washington and Oregon. We are proudly woman-owned and operated, and are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

From our humble beginnings with just two staff members, through tremendous dedication and entrepreneurial spirit, we are now a family of over 120 employees that are consistently striving to reach new heights, outperform our competitors, and achieve even greater success. At TMG, we expect a lot from our employees. In return, we promise to invest in you: we nurture and encourage career development, and promote from within. We are looking for those that exemplify and demonstrate our core values of Integrity and Respect, Teamwork, Passion for Results, Innovation, and Customer Service.

This Position:

As an Association Administrator working in our HOA division, you will serve as an integral member on a team of administrative personnel, providing administrative support to our busy Association Business Managers. Utilizing excellent multi-tasking skills, you'll handle multiple projects at a time, adapt quickly to different situations, and provide outstanding customer service to clients, vendors, and members of the community.

This position is ideal for those seeking development and career opportunities; TMG promotes from within, and success in this role will provide you with the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to become an Association Business Manager, where you will manage a portfolio of homeowners associations. 

You Are:

  • Customer Service-Oriented: You have a positive attitude, and are willing to do whatever it takes to ensure our clients and customers are taken care of.
  • Communication Pro: You possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. You manage numerous calls and emails with ease and professionalism. You also have a sense of humor and can interact with people of all walks of life.
  • An innovative Self-Starter: You don't balk in the face of a challenge, and thrive in situations where you take the lead. You take initiative and anticipate needs. Unexpected problems don't scare you, and you're able to adapt to unexpected challenges with resilience. You strive to think outside the box, push boundaries, and come up with creative solutions.
  • Organized: As an administrative professional, you arrange your work in a way that keeps both you and your team organized. You're adept at using and learning numerous software and processes, and always know where to find the information you need to do your job and do it effectively.
  • Dedicated: You can always be depended upon to get the job done in the most efficient way possible, are meticulously detail-oriented, and have top-notch multitasking and time-management abilities.
  • Educated and Experienced: You have an Associate's Degree or a GED/high school diploma, and at least one year of related administrative experience. If you have previous property management, real estate, or HOA experience, that's even better.

You Will:

  • Answer telephone calls on behalf of the Association and arrange necessary meetings.
  • Proof and edit various correspondence and mailings for numerous associations, and process architectural requests as needed.
  • Update and maintain various HOA community websites including meeting dates and content as well as being familiar with this information to answer questions from clients as needed; keep board rosters and community forms and documents current and updated.
  • Make copies of correspondence, prepare outgoing mail, publish newsletters, organize and maintain filing systems, and other administrative duties as assigned.
  • Arrange location reservations for board meetings and attend as needed by request of the Association Business Manager.
  • Acquire bids from vendors, schedule and coordinate any needed maintenance and landscape work, and maintain vendor relationships through excellent customer service and professional correspondence.

What We Offer You:

  • A generous benefits package with three different medical plan options, as well as vision and dental group plans.
  • $10,000 company-paid term life insurance policy.
  • Voluntary additional benefits, including insurance through AFLAC, cafeteria plan and flexible spending, short-term disability, term life, and AD&D insurance.
  • Paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.
  • 401(k) and educational assistance.
  • A fantastic working environment with business casual Fridays.
  • A catered lunch provided by the company once per month.
  • Exceptional training and career development, ensuring you have the necessary skills to take you exactly where you want to go.

Join us, and become a part of the team!

The Management Group, Inc.
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