Community Asset Manager, Irvine.

PMP is seeking a motivated, detailed, communicative and personable professional to join our team as the Community Asset Manager, Irvine.
Posted Date: 5/4/2020
Job Location: Irvine, CO
Position Type: Full-time



Become the Best Part of PMP Management!

PMP is seeking a motivated, detailed, communicative and personable professional to join our team as the Community Asset Manager, Irvine.

Who We Are

Property Management Professionals LLC. (PMP) is an industry leading Association management firm providing extraordinary services to common interest developments throughout Southern California. With local division offices in Santa Clarita, Los Angeles, Thousand Oaks and Irvine, PMP delivers a level of service only a local management partner can, with the depth and breadth of support and training only seen at much larger management firms.

PMP is one of the fastest growing management firms in Southern California, which provides our team members’ a unique opportunity to evolve and grow their careers. Our extraordinary team has been the driver of PMP’s growth since inception. By delivering on our promise of extraordinary service to each of our valuable clients, PMP’s reputation as an industry leader has contributed to our growth and attracted some of the most talented professionals in the industry.

PMP’s unique company culture is one of our firm’s most prized attributes. We pride ourselves on a positive, supportive, and rewarding company culture. From the moment you visit one of our division offices or meet a member of our team, you will begin to see and feel what makes PMP’s team so unique.

Who We’re Looking For

PMP is looking for energetic, passionate, personable, and detail-oriented professionals to join our growing team. The right candidate will embrace change, celebrate innovation, and have an unwavering passion for providing extraordinary customer service to our valuable clients.

Position Description: Community Asset Manager, Irvine, CA

Community Managers typically manage 4 to 7 Associations with strong support provided by a dedicated Assistant Manager and administrative staff. This allows our Community Managers to stay focused on their key objectives and offer a level of service, expertise and knowledge that surpasses our client's expectations; putting people before profits.


Required Qualifications:

  • 4 Year College Degree preferred
  • 1-2 Years of experience as a HOA portfolio or on-site manager
  • Extraordinary customer service skills
  • Exceptional writing and communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Proficient in reviewing and understanding budgets and financial statements
  • Strong organizational skills
  • An honest, responsible, optimistic and enjoyable demeanor

  • Please submit applications to:

    Scott Mikelonis