Ardent Residential

Career Opportunities

At Ardent Residential, our team members are our most important assets and we would not be able to provide the high quality service to our clients and communities that we do without them.

Our commitment to staffing our communities with the very best property management professionals is quintessential to providing extraordinary customer service. It is an exciting time now as we continue to grow and create new opportunities for our team members to grow with us.

Team members receive market-competitive compensation and benefits and are supported by a training program that ensures each team member is set up for success as a part of the Ardent team.

Current opportunities are listed below.

Women Managing Financial Acount

Licensed Community Association Manager

Description

Seeking an experienced Community Association Manager with offices located in Buckhead and Sandy Springs, GA.

Working remotely is a possibility after completing a successful training program which is typically 3-6 months, depending on candidate performance.

Requirements

Requirement 1 – Must have an active GA Real Estate License (Broker or Salesperson)

Requirement 2 – Must have Community Association Management Experience.

Requirement 3 – Must submit your GREC license number with your resume.

Requirement 4 – Must have dependable transportation and be able to travel to local properties.

Requirement 5 – Must have a dependable mobile phone.

Requirement 6 – Must have at least 3 years of relevant experience.

We offer competitive compensation packages to qualified candidates:

*Important Instructions for Applying: Please submit your resume and cover letter in PDF format and include full name, phone number, email address, and GREC license number in the body of the email.

Major Tasks and Responsibilities

Provide management direction, and leadership to ensure all properties are maintained and operated in accordance with set objectives

Work closely with your clients (Board of Directors and/or Developers) to manage and operate the community, facilitate solutions to problems between residents and support staff

Serve as a liaison between the Board, residents, and vendors

Analyze advantages and disadvantages of solutions to problems, and make recommendations to your clients (Board of Directors and/or Developers)

Manage the bidding process for property improvements and standard maintenance issues

Provide input for selection of contractors and for developing contract specifications

Supervise contractors providing recurring services and monitor specific contractor performance to ensure substantial compliance with contract specifications

Perform regular site visits to maintain knowledge of the property and performance of the client’s contractors

Perform regular site visits to maintain strict enforcement of community covenants, rules, and regulations

Receive service request for repairs or maintenance of property and report issues to the Board of Directors in a timely manner (as requested)

Define and implement goals relating to internal objectives set by your clients and supervisors (Board of Directors and/or Developers)

Create draft budgets and code expenses to per-approved budgets as directed

Create and manage monthly action item lists for each property

Attend monthly meetings with clients and support staff

Initiate contact with new residents to coordinate move-in processes, provide introduction and orientation to management staff, review available services, explain rules and regulations

Maintain consistent office hours

Manage resident relationships to ensure resident retention and satisfaction

Monitor deficit and surplus funding objectives

Possess knowledge of assets, cash balances, and availability of funds for projects; cash flow management for capital improvements

Monitor aging report and take timely legal action

Maintain accurate digital records, files, and communications

Arrange for prompt and satisfactory responses to emergency service requests

Compile letters, newsletters, management reports and board packets as needed

Provide exemplary customer service to clients and other employees.

Skills and Qualifications

3 years of relevant experience preferred.

Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications and Outlook E-mail

Must meet reasonable deadlines

Must be accurate

Requires conflict resolution; may be involved in difficult situations

Working knowledge of historical and trend-based budgeting practices

Project management skills

Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills

Excellent written and verbal communication skill

Type

Full Time

Location

Atlanta, Destin, Miami & New York City

Staff Accountant

Description

We are seeking a detail-oriented, thorough, and organized Staff Accountant to join our growing team. In this position, you will play a key role in managing the finances of our business, including creating financial transactions and generating relevant reports.

You will also collaborate and communicate with employees, vendors, and customers to ensure accuracy of financial transactions.

Major Tasks and Responsibilities

Manage accounting processes for a portfolio of retail properties.

Oversee all banking activities for approx. 110 properties.

Performing bank reconciliations and month end and year end close processes.

Develops system to account for financial transactions by establishing a chart of accounts; defining bookkeeping policies and procedures.

Applying monthly, quarterly and annual assessment charges, late fees and interest and sending out statements.

Complete closing letters and lien releases in a timely manner.

Completing financial integration for new communities.

Maintains subsidiary accounts by verifying, allocating, and posting transactions.

Maintains general ledger by transferring subsidiary account summaries.

Maintains historical records by filing documents.

Prepares financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends.

Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying requirements; enforcing adherence to requirements; filing reports; advising management on needed actions.

Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Process customer chargebacks and refunds.

Reconcile homeowner accounts who have been pushed into collections.

Skills and Qualifications

5+ years of relevant experience

College degree, preferred

Experience with Vantaca a plus

Must have strong written and verbal communication skills

Strong Data Entry Skills and ability to take initiative

Attention to detail a must

Must have strong time management skills with respect for deadlines

Proficient with Microsoft Excel

Type

Full Time

Location

Atlanta, Destin, Miami & New York City

Onsite Manager

 

Description

This position is currently for communities where an onsite full time manager is needed.

Requirements

Requirement 1 – Must have an active GA Real Estate License (Broker or Salesperson)

Requirement 2 – Must have Property Management Experience.

Requirement 3 – Must submit your GREC license number with your resume.

Requirement 4 – Must have dependable transportation and be able to travel to your property.

Requirement 5 – Must have a dependable mobile phone and laptop with Windows 8 minimum installed. Laptop needs a minimum of 500GB of storage; we offer lease-to-purchase options if you are need of a laptop.

Requirement 6 – Must have at least 3 years of relevant experience.

We offer competitive compensation packages to qualified candidates:

*Important Instructions for Applying: Please submit your resume and cover letter in PDF format and include full name, phone number, email address, and GREC license number in the body of the email.

Major Tasks and Responsibilities

Work closely with homeowners and managers to manage and operate the community, facilitate solutions to problems between residents and managers.

Serve as a liaison between the residents and managers.

Analyze advantages and disadvantages of solutions to problems, and make recommendations to your homeowners.

Assist with maintaining strict enforcement of community covenants, rules, and regulations.

Define and implement goals relating to internal objectives set by your clients and supervisors (Managers).

Initiate contact with new residents to coordinate move-in processes, provide introduction and orientation to management staff, review available services, explain rules and regulations.

Maintain consistent office hours.

Manage resident relationships to ensure resident retention and satisfaction.

Maintain accurate digital records, files, and communications.

Arrange for prompt and satisfactory responses to emergency service requests.

Provide exemplary customer service to clients and other employees.

Skills and Qualifications

3yrs of relevant experience preferred.

Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications and Outlook E-mail.

Must meet reasonable deadlines.

Must be accurate.

Requires conflict resolution; may be involved in difficult situations.

Working knowledge of historical and trend-based budgeting practices.

Project management skills.

Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills.

Excellent written and verbal communication skill.

Type

Full Time

Location

Atlanta, Destin, Miami & New York City

Assistant Manager

 

Description

The focus of this role will be to assist Community Association Managers with their day to day operations of homeowner and condo associations.

Requirements

*Requirement 1 – Must have office management experience. HOA, multifamily experience a plus.

*Requirement 2 – Must have dependable transportation and be able to travel.

*Requirement 3 – Must have a dependable mobile phone.

*Important Instructions for Applying: Please submit your resume and cover letter in PDF format and include full name, phone number and email address in body of email.

Major Tasks and Responsibilities

Provide management direction, and leadership to ensure all properties are maintained and operated in accordance with set objectives

Work closely with your clients (Board of Directors and homeowners) and managers to manage and operate the community, facilitate solutions to problems between residents and support staff

Serve as a liaison between the Board, residents, and vendors

Analyze advantages and disadvantages of solutions to problems, and make recommendations to your clients (Board of Directors and/or Developers)

Manage the bidding process for property improvements and standard maintenance issues

Provide input for selection of contractors and for developing contract specifications

Supervise contractors providing recurring services and monitor specific contractor performance to ensure substantial compliance with contract specifications

Assist with maintaining strict enforcement of community covenants, rules, and regulations

Receive service request for repairs or maintenance of property and report issues to the Board of Directors in a timely manner (as requested).

Define and implement goals relating to internal objectives set by your clients and supervisors (Board of Directors and/Community Manager)

Create and manage monthly action item lists for property

Attend monthly meetings with clients and support staff

Initiate contact with new residents to coordinate move-in processes, provide introduction and orientation to management staff, review available services, explain rules and regulations

Maintain consistent office hours

Manage resident relationships to ensure resident retention and satisfaction

Monitor deficit and surplus funding objectives

Possess knowledge of assets, cash balances, and availability of funds for projects; cash flow management for capital improvements

Monitor aging report and take timely legal action

Maintain accurate digital records, files, and communications

Arrange for prompt and satisfactory responses to emergency service requests

Compile letters, newsletters, management reports and board packets as needed

Provide exemplary customer service to clients and other employees

Skills and Qualifications

Office administrative experience required.

Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications and Outlook E-mail.

Must meet reasonable deadlines.

Must be accurate.

Requires conflict resolution; may be involved in difficult situations.

Project management skills.

Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills.

Excellent written and verbal communication skill.

Type

Full Time

Location

Atlanta, Destin, Miami & New York City

Customer Service Representative

 

Description

The focus of this role will be to assist Homeowners and Community Association Managers with their day to day operations of homeowner and condo associations.

Requirements

*Requirement 1 – Must have customer service representative experience. HOA, multifamily experience a plus.

*Requirement 2 – Must have dependable transportation and be able to travel.

*Requirement 3 – Must have a dependable mobile phone.

*Important Instructions for Applying: Please submit your resume and cover letter in PDF format and include full name, phone number and email address in body of email.

Major Tasks and Responsibilities

Provide management direction, and leadership to ensure all properties are maintained and operated in accordance with set objectives.

Work closely with your clients (Board of Directors and/or Developers) to manage and operate the community, facilitate solutions to problems between residents and support staff.

Serve as a liaison between the Board, residents, and vendors.

Analyze advantages and disadvantages of solutions to problems, and make recommendations to your clients (Board of Directors and/or Developers).

Manage the bidding process for property improvements and standard maintenance issues.

Provide input for selection of contractors and for developing contract specifications.

Supervise contractors providing recurring services and monitor specific contractor performance to ensure substantial compliance with contract specifications.

Perform regular site visits to maintain knowledge of the property and performance of the client’s contractors.

Perform regular site visits to maintain strict enforcement of community covenants, rules, and regulations.

Receive service request for repairs or maintenance of property and report issues to the Board of Directors in a timely manner (as requested).

Define and implement goals relating to internal objectives set by your clients and supervisors (Board of Directors and/or Developers).

Create draft budgets and code expenses to per-approved budgets as directed.

Create and manage monthly action item lists for each property.

Attend monthly meetings with clients and support staff.

Initiate contact with new residents to coordinate move-in processes, provide introduction and orientation to management staff, review available services, explain rules and regulations.

Maintain consistent office hours.

Manage resident relationships to ensure resident retention and satisfaction.

Monitor deficit and surplus funding objectives.

Possess knowledge of assets, cash balances, and availability of funds for projects; cash flow management for capital improvements.

Monitor aging report and take timely legal action.

Maintain accurate digital records, files, and communications.

Arrange for prompt and satisfactory responses to emergency service requests.

Compile letters, newsletters, management reports and board packets as needed.

Provide exemplary customer service to clients and other employees.

Skills and Qualifications

3yrs of relevant experience preferred.

Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications and Outlook E-mail.

Must meet reasonable deadlines.

Must be accurate.

Requires conflict resolution; may be involved in difficult situations.

Working knowledge of historical and trend-based budgeting practices.

Project management skills.

Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills.

Excellent written and verbal communication skill.

Type

Full Time

Location

Atlanta, Destin, Miami & New York City

ARDENT RESIDENTIAL

844-9-ARDENT

Locations

Atlanta
Sandy Springs
Alpharetta
Miami
Destin
New York City

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