Severn Trent Services Community Property Manager II in Forney, Texas


The Community Property Manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day managing and coordinating of Association operations and administrative functions in order to maintain a smooth running & properly functioning Community.


  • Works with the Board Members, Senior Managers and RM to develop strategic direction for the Associations.This position reports to the Senior Manager of Property Management.

  • Ensures alignment of activities which meet the mission, vision and agreed critical success factors and goals of the Board of Directors

  • Develops, communicates and monitors property budgets

  • Reviews monthly financials and makes recommendations to the Board as to anticipated shortfalls and/or excess funding by budget line item

  • Coordinates, negotiates and administers vendor contracts for property-level services in accordance with the parameters of the Association management agreement and Board of Directors.

  • Audits and approves vendor and utility companies’ invoices for payment in accordance with the client’s accounting procedures

  • Prepares timely and accurate monthly financial reporting information as required by Association management contract

  • Conducts monthly inspections of all common properties within each Association and prepare deed restriction violation communication in accordance with the recorded covenants

  • Attends all Board and annual meetings per contract

  • Prepares and distributes notices of meeting, agenda and minutes of meeting

  • Administers all procedures relating to enforcement of recorded rules and regulations, policies and procedures, and current laws


  • Proven verbal and written communication skills in order to interface with residents and Board members

  • Ability to establish strong interpersonal relationships with Board of Directors and vendors

  • Strong organizational skills, ability to prioritize work and attention to detail

  • Strong customer service skills

  • Strong presentation skills

  • Strong time management skills

  • Ability to adapt to change within the organization and the needs of the client

  • Proficient in Windows and MS Office with excellent Excel capabilities


Bachelor’s Degree with 3-5 years of Community/Association management or equivalent experience, or Associates degree with 6-8 years of Community/Associate management or equivalent experience.


CMCA, AMS, or PCAM Designation


Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions

Job ID 2018-3165

Type Regular Full-Time

Location(s) US-TX-Forney

Posted Date 6/8/2018

Category Administrative/Clerical