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Located just 60 miles north of Atlanta, Bent Tree is a private gated community nestled in the beautiful foothills of the North Georgia mountains. Covering approximately 3,500 acres, this unique community operates much like a small city that offers numerous amenities and activities for its members and residents, such as 24-hour security, fire, and EMS, a water system, 50-plus miles of private roads, a Joe Lee designed 18-hole championship golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis and pickleball courts, two outdoor pools, 110 acre Lake Tamarack for fishing, swimming, and no-wake boating, equestrian center, hiking trails, dog park, picnic areas, clubhouse, and restaurant services.
The General Manager (GM)
*Is responsible for all aspects of Bent Tree Community's day-to-day operations, serving as the Chief Operating Officer of Bent Tree Community, Inc. (BTCI).
*Has primary responsibility for the day-to-day management of the programs, finances, and organizational functions of BTCI for the benefit of all Property Owners.
*Has the authority to make decisions for the day-to-day operational matters provided such decisions adhere to BTCI's governing documents and all Federal, State, and County ordinances.
*Reports solely to the Board of Directors as a whole and receives broad supervision from the Board through policies established by the Board and advice/counsel on specific matters.
*Serves as an ex-officio non-voting member of the Board, attending meetings of the Board.
*Provides informational reports to the Board as a routine practice and responds to requests for special information from the Board.
*Works with the Board to ensure the development and implementation of programs to maintain and protect the value of BTCI assets.
*Communicate effectively with property owners, residents, and employees.
*Work with subordinate managers in determining planning, project management, budget and staffing requirements, formulating goals, determining training and development needs, establishing procedures, and establishing necessary discipline and evaluation methods.
*Develop and implement marketing strategies, approved by the Board, to promote continued growth and to increase the use of the amenities.
*Procurement and project management, including scope and bid document development, contract solicitation, award, and performance monitoring.
*Conduct periodic risk assessments to assure adequate insurance and other organizational safeguards are in place.
*Perform and prioritize multiple tasks and projects with a positive attitude and approach.
*Ensure the cleanliness, proper physical appearance, efficient operation, and required preventive maintenance for all facilities, amenities, equipment, and other common elements of BTCI.
*Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 5 years experience as an on-site community manager is desirable. Community Association Institute certifications are a plus.
*Excellent people skills. Ability to create an active presence in the community and be available to property owners and employees to hear needs and concerns.
*High standard of professional integrity and ethics. Demands excellence and sets high expectations, while creating an atmosphere where others want to participate.
*Strong computer, technical, written, and verbal communication skills.
*Ability to manage people and to provide feedback in a timely manner.
*Excellent leadership skills. Ability to interact, motivate, coach, and lead employees.
*Driven self-starter and hands on approach to management.
*Self-confident and motivated to provide the highest level of quality and service.
*Conflict resolution skills and ability to train staff in these principles.
*Ability to lead by example through a high energy level of enthusiasm and strength of character.
*Management skills, a team player with the ability to develop and articulate an effective flow of ideas and information.
* Ability to create and implement education and communication programs, comprehensive long-range plans, and strategic planning skills.
Candidates may possess any combination of relevant education and experience that demonstrates their ability to perform these essential duties and responsibilities.
Bent Tree Community offers health insurance, short- and long- term disability, 401(k) plan with employer match, paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave, membership to amenities, and support for continued industry participation, such as the Community Association Institute and other professional association memberships, as appropriate.
Bent Tree Community, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary commensurate with experience.
To apply please email a cover letter and resume to Glen Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org or send via mail to 40 Little Pine Mountain Road, #20202, Jasper, Ga. 30143.