Recreation Director
Professional Community Mgmt. - Murrieta, CA

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Location: Murrieta, CA

Profes sional Community Management of CA, Inc. (PCM) is seeking a Full Time Recreation Director to join our growing team. To plan, organize, implement, and direct a comprehensive Recreation program within the guidelines of the Board of Directors, The Colony Recreation Committee, and PCM management philosophy. Reports to the General Manager with significant contact with Boards of Directors, committees, residents, guests, contractors, outside groups, associations, employees and the general public. Responsible for all staffing, programs, and budgeting for the Recreation Department.

Exercises administrative control and coordination of all Clubhouse operations, including facilities and equipment maintenance, staff supervision, and recreation activities in accordance with accepted standards. Performs needs assessments and evaluations to determine and recommend long range planning for revisions, corrections, replacement, or additions to existing programs. Directs and oversees staff in the development and implementation of special events and facilities scheduling. Coordinates maintenance of the Recreation Center facility with the Facility Monitors and vendors. Negotiates, prepares, and maintains contracts and information. Develops and monitors department budgets and reviews expenditures. Recruits, hires, trains, motivate, and supervise department staff. Enforces all CC&R’s, policies and rules relating to Recreation Center Operations. Acts as liaison between Board and committees. Monitors compliance of priorities in accordance with the Boards policies. Interfaces with all committees that are involved with the clubhouse and/or recreation activities. Meets with clubs, groups, and homeowners. Disseminates information regarding policies set by the Board of Directors and resolves concerns, conflicts, and complaints. Writes articles for the Community Association newsletter when requested and assists in its publication. · Confers with the General Manager concerning objectives, new or revised policies, operating and matters affecting policies, and membership. Researches and prepares reports as required.

Responsible for Activities checking account deposits and disbursements. Monthly reconciliation. Develops and maintains a rolling twelve month calendar, by month, of on-site and off-site events. Performs general typing and other projects as assigned by Board of Directors, Committee Chairpersons, Property Services Manager, and General Manager.
The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work of different assignment positions.

Assist with other jobs and other duties as necessary.

A Degree in Recreation or three years of formal training in the design and implementation of recreation programs. Junior college level knowledge in business English and communications, vocabulary, spelling and arithmetic. Five years of progressively responsible supervisory experience with exempt, non-exempt, subordinate administrative, service and technical personnel, preferably with three years in the recreation field. Five years of experience in developing, coordinating and implementing recreational programs and services, with at least two of those years working within the senior adult community. Knowledge of the organization and functions of the corporation, modern office equipment, practices and procedures. Knowledge of Homeowner Association CC&R’s, bylaws and contracts and the ability to read, understand and implement said guidelines. Ability to research problems, prepare written recommendations and compose correspondence. Ability to communicate effectively with others in English and to understand and follow oral and written directions. · Ability to gather, analyze, evaluate facts, to prepare/present concise oral and written reports.
Ability to supervise the work of subordinates and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, associates, subordinates, officials and employees of other divisions and agencies. · Strong knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Ability to ensure thorough follow-up and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to type 40 wpm, and prepare reports using word processing software.
Ability to work with confidential materials. Will be required to attend functions and work a flexible schedule that will include days, evening, weekends, and holidays. Possession of a valid California Driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance and annual DMV printout.

About this company
PCM has been serving clients in Southern California for over 35 years. No other company can match its depth of experience, knowledge and...