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Q: What is it like working as a Community Association Manager?

June 2019
Supportive, responsive, encouraging.
Community Association Manager in Fort Myers:
Pros: They value their employees and you are made to feel that you matter
Cons: Difficult resident interactions, unreasonable expectations from residents
August 2019
Live on Perdido Key. Living in Paradise.
Community Association Manager in Pensacola:
Pros: Live on Perdido Key. Living in Paradise
Cons: Nothing
September 2019
Royal Service should not be the exception!
Community Association Manager in Fort Myers:
Pros: I feel valued by Castle. That trumps pretty much everything else.
Cons: Some of the community personalities are tedious and tiring.
September 2019
Good company to work for.
Community Association Manager in Jeffersonville:
Pros: Trust for me to do things on my own
Cons: I am on-site, 2 hours away from head office
December 2019
A Very Important Position.
Community Association Manager in Rotonda West:
Pros: Keeping the association operating at a high quality level and operating under the state condominium law
Cons: The day to day stress.
May 2014
Soon Enough, We'll have To Pay Them To Work Here.
Community Association Manager:
In the past two months, upper management has taken away our every-other Friday off program. They have also expanded our working hours...without offering additional compensation. The cons now exceed the pros for working at this company.
April 2014
The level of customer service required.
Community Association Manager:
Keep current on the state statutes.