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Association Manager—Monterrey Condominium of Cape Marco
Marco Island, Florida

The Monterrey Condominium Association is seeking an Association Manager.
The Monterrey, a 136-Condominium Building, part of the Cape Marco Community, has an opening for a full-time manager, to head a team of six individuals, including an Assistant Manager plus maintenance and housekeeping staff.
The property includes a pool, pool deck, exercise facility, full social room, and protected parking. The Monterrey is an active member in the main Cape Marco Community.
Compensation is competitive and includes a 401(K) and health insurance.

Job Requirements:
Active CAM licensure, five years’ experience in condominium management, with skill in building assessment, maintenance and repair. The Manager will report to the Board of Directors.

Job Summary:
The Manager shall have all the powers and duties of the Association as set forth in the Declaration and the By-Laws of the Association, (except those specifically required to be exercised by the Board of Directors or Association members), and shall be responsible for performance of duties and services which include but are not necessarily limited to the following:
• Employ, train, and supervise the staff necessary to properly maintain and operate the Association based on the budget.
• Maintain a detailed reserve schedule.
• Maintain and repair the Association property and the common elements.
• Advise and assist the Board of Directors.
• Work closely with the Association's Building Committee.
• Keep in force all Association insurance.
• React to and coordinate emergency repairs.
• Formulate a preventative maintenance program.
• Inspect all the common elements and grounds of the Association.
• Keep the Official Records of the Association.
• Work with the Board of Directors to prepare a draft budget for each calendar year.
• Attend meetings of the Unit Owners and of the Board of Directors.
• Propose such rules and regulations and amendments to the condominium documents as needed.
• Attend to complaints as received from Unit Owners or the Board of Directors.
• Other services and duties of the Manager are as follows:
a. Review or provide recommended forms for meeting notices, proxy forms, contracts, letters to owners, and whatever other forms the Association requires.
b. Assist the Association auditor.
c. Provide assistance and consultation to the Board regarding problems or questions that arise.
d. Hiring, firing and setting compensation levels of employees within budget guidelines.
e. Communicate with owners and liaison with the general public.
f. Recommend, hire, and direct all contractors and firms doing business with the Monterrey.

Interested parties please send resume and correspondence to [email protected]

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Current BOD

  • President, Molly Hennings
  • Vice President, Kevin Olszak
  • Secretary, Al Diaz
  • Treasurer, Arizona Keegan
  • Director, Derek Bebee
  • Director, Ali Pool
  • Director, Jon White

Message from President

Since 1995, the Community Association Managers of Marco Island has proudly served its community and members. Although many changes over the years have influenced the way in which our business is conducted, members taking the opportunity to help and learn from one another has not. Both Managers and Associates alike work diligently to service our community associations. Factors such as time constraints, workforce availability and severe weather challenge us all. Overcoming these obstacles with education, technological advances, quality mentoring and networking are the shining keys to our success.

We are fortunate to have a few of CAMMI’s original Board members serving as Board members today. These Board members are true assets and will help mold and structure the future of CAMMI, with a goal to refocus the organization during an exciting rebranding that will catapult our organization into the next generation! This rebranding of CAMMI has a youthful insight but will always stay true to its original design.

Everyone’s input and participation are an essential part of this organization. As such, CAMMI has always received incredible support from our Associate Members, so Manager participation is one of our main goals in the next coming year. Your current Board of Directors will be working hard to continue to provide enjoyable and rewarding Networking and Continuing Education opportunities for all our members.

I am honored to serve as President of this fine group filled with so many professional and talented members. Please feel free to contact me or any of our board members with any questions, comments or suggestions.

Molly Hennings, President

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