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Current Job Opportunities

Recreation & Parks Program Coordinator Position

The Ocean Pines Association, Inc. Recreation and Parks Department is seeking a Program Coordinator who would oversee programs, leagues, classes, all under the direction of the Recreation & Parks Director.

He/she would develop new programs in areas of youth sports, adult recreation, special events, classes for all ages, as well as scheduling instructors and volunteers for such events.

  • Part time Program
  • $10.25 an hour
  • 30 hrs. a week
  • Hours vary according to the event
  • Need to be available some nights and weekends
  • Some light lifting required

Contact:
Debbie Donahue
Recreation Manager
410-641-7052
ddonahue@oceanpines.org

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Red Cross Certified Swim Instructors

The Ocean Pines Association, Inc. Aquatics Department is seeking Red Cross certified swim instructors. They are needed for individual and group lessons. The positions are part-time during an evening and/or Saturday shift.

  • Current WSI preferred.  
  • Un-certified applicants with prior swim instructor experience will be considered.  
  • Apply at Sports Core Pool or call Kathleen at 410-641-5255.  Pay rate based on experience.
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IT Director

The Ocean Pines Association, Inc. is seeking an IT Director. The ideal candidate should be highly knowledgeable in a wide array of software programs and in troubleshooting a wide range of issues.  This position requires the ability to perform a broad range of assignments with efficiency and accuracy, follow directions, excellent organizational skills, ability to prioritize tasks, communicate effectively and possess excellent people skills.  The individual must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.

Experience is required in the following:

  • Microsoft Desktop and Server Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Office 365
  • Cisco Networking (CCNA preferred)
  • Understanding of SQL Database Administration and Reporting
  • Associates Degree in IT plus 5 years work experience required
  • Low Voltage Cabling, including CAT5e/6 and SM/MM Fiber Optics
  • Versatility to handle tasks outside the IT realm when necessary

This is a full-time position with a complete benefits package.  Interested Applicants should Email resume with a cover letter to the Michelle Bennett at mbennett@oceanpines.org or Mail to: Ocean Pines Association, Attn:  Michelle Bennett, 239 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines, MD 21811

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Bartenders

The Cove at Mumford’s is hiring Bartender positions in Ocean Pines, Maryland. We are looking for smiling faces, positive attitudes and team members who have a passion for food and dedicated to customer service.

Does this sound like you? Do you want to work in a fun and friendly environment? Join our growing team.

The Cove at Mumford’s is a restaurant with a succulent array of menus. The only thing we overlook is the Isle of Wight Bay in Maryland. Email your resume to info@oceanpines.org

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LABORER-FULL-TIME

 

The Public Works Department of Ocean Pines Association has an immediate opening for a full-time Laborer.  You will be responsible for performing grounds maintenance (mowing, trimming), landscape maintenance (planting, trimming), drainage repairs/maintenance, roadway repairs, leaf pickup, snow removal, trash removal, and other tasks as assigned.  Common knowledge of operating various equipment (mowers, blowers, hand tools, etc.) is required.  Since this position is mostly outside, it requires working in all weather conditions.  Overtime is required during emergency situations.  A CDL license is preferred but not necessary.

 

Please send your resume, along with your salary requirements, to ewells@oceanpines.org, or mail it to:  Ocean Pines Association, ATTN:  Public Works Department, 239 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines, MD 21811.

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PROJECT ASSISTANT

The Project Assistant is responsible for the daily design document preparation of commercial, municipal, and various other civil design projects. The underlying focus of the Project Assistant should be providing the most comprehensive and accurate construction documents feasible in the time allocated.

ACCOUNTABILITY

The Project Assistant is expected to operate as part of a team. They are directly accountable to the Facility Manager. The Project Assistant is required to maintain strong team relationships by working closely with the Facility Manager during the all phases of a project to include design, construction and transfer of a project to the community.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The specific responsibilities of the Project Assistant include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Primary responsibility is the preparing of AutoCAD civil construction documents in keeping with set standards for the community. The objective is to provide vendors to the community all required documentation with regard to permits and to provide the community with a set of documents which will allow its vendors to construct projects efficiently and with minimal changes in scope of work. Integration and detailed understanding of multiple key factors should be considered during the course of design. The following is brief list of some of the key factors:
    1. Clarity and accuracy of document
    2. Sound engineering practice
    3. Municipal regulations and requirements
    4. Community / Board dictated design criteria

 

  1. Other responsibilities include project management documentation to cover all phases of the project. Project documentation may include but not limited to the following: Work Breakdown Schedules, Gantt Charts, Earned Value, Project Plans, AIA (American Institute of Architects) documentation for contracts (award, application and certification for payment) and Microsoft Project Excel (use of spreadsheets to monitor project cost, schedule & performance), Power Point and Word.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

This position requires an associate’s degree. The applicant should have exceptional communication skills, exhibit great attention to detail, be capable of handling multiple projects and be a team player.

Experience in the civil design field is desired as applicable experience will be considered when determining compensation and level of responsibility. However, entry level AutoCAD Operator positions are available to applicants with minimal experience.

Please email your resume, your salary requirements and your cover letter to:mbennett@oceanpines.org

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General Manager

OCEAN PINES ASSOCIATION, INC.

239 Ocean Parkway

Ocean Pines, MD, 21811

 

JOB:               General Manager

Location:      Ocean Pines, Maryland

Position:       Full-time

 

Employer Description

Ocean Pines Association, hereinafter referred to as Association, is a not-for-profit homeowners’ association incorporated in 1968 and located in Worcester County, Maryland.  The Association has been determined to be exempt from Federal Income tax under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code.  The Association is responsible for providing the following services to its members: administrative and finance, clubs, architectural control, public safety, public works and recreation.  The Association consists of approximately 8,452 platted residential lots located on approximately 3,500 acres in Ocean Pines, Maryland.

The Association has an annual budget of approximately Fourteen Million Dollars ($14,000,000.00) and is governed by a seven (7) member volunteer Board of Directors.  Association employs approximately 120 people. Administrative offices are located at 239 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines, MD, 21811.

The vision of the Association is to be a premier resort community, offering exceptional value and quality of life to property owners who are diverse in age, economic status and interests, and to primarily provide residents the facilities, services and amenities that are attractive, affordable, safe and enjoyable.

Today, there are approximately 12,000 full-time residents and 8,000 part-time residents and associated guests living and participating in Ocean Pines. It also has restaurants and extensive recreation facilities.

 

Job Description

This is a full-time onsite management position.  The General Manager shall be employed by and serve at the pleasure of the Board of Directors.

The General Manager is responsible for providing the overall supervision of a community association.  This position is also responsible for managing the relationships with the Board of Directors and homeowners and oversees maintenance of the grounds, common areas and other property assets.  The General Manager interacts with homeowners, vendors, the board and committees’ members.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Subject only to the direction of the Board of Directors; the provisions of the Charter and By-laws; all applicable laws; and the constraints of the budget, the General Manager shall be responsible for the proper administration and management of the day-to-day operations of the Association. The responsibilities of the General Manager include, but are not limited to the following:

 

  1. The General Manager serves as manager of the Association including all departments and units and shall organize, consolidate or combine offices, positions, departments, or units as necessary for efficient operations.
  2. The General Manager serves as the chief personnel officer of the Association with discretion to appoint, promote, demote, discipline, or discharge employees of the Association in accordance with the personnel policies and procedures established by the Board of Directors under Section 5.14(d). Any new position established must be approved by the Board or provided for in the annual budget.
  3. The General Manager shall maintain the Personnel Policy Procedures Manuals, review annually all benefit programs, wage schedules, training programs, classification schedules, personnel policies, including grievance procedures, and make recommendations to the Board of Directors.
  4. The General Manager shall advise the Board of Directors of the financial conditions and future needs of the Association and, subject to the limits and guidelines established by the Board under Section 5.14(e), sign checks, drafts, and other obligations of the Association.
  5. The General Manager shall attend the meetings of the Board of Directors, make recommendations to the Board, and take part in the discussion of matters coming before the Board.
  6. The General Manager shall enforce all rules and regulations of the Association and investigate all complaints in relation to the administration and operations of the Association. He or she shall see that all permits and privileges granted by the Association are faithfully and fully observed.

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:

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  • The candidate will be a leader and experienced in the management of a community or a town of similar size and scope.
  • The candidate will have successfully managed large scale projects of a civic nature and will have experience in interfacing with county government, civic leaders, utilities companies, vendors and contractors.
  •  Minimum 5 years experience with increasing responsibility in community association management or a town similar in size and scope.
  • Minimum of three (3) years experience as Assistant Manager or General Manager for a community or a town similar in size.
  • Previous experience in maintenance supervision, recreation management, project development or real estate related fields helpful.
  • The successful candidate will have a Bachelors Degree in a relevant discipline, Masters Degree preferred.
  •  CMCA and/or other related industry designations required. PCAM preferred, LSM and PMP or PGMP desired.
  • Knowledge of basic association CC&R’s, By-laws and Articles of Incorporation with ability to read, understand and implement said guidelines.
  • Knowledge of accepted management practices and procedures, building and grounds maintenance requirements, personnel development and administration, and budget and finance. ·
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products suite.·
  • Ability to learn, use and embrace new technologies and best business practices.
  • Ability to apply principles, practices and objectives of recreation, administration and management.
  • Ability to motivate employees to accomplish established goals within the related areas of responsibility. ·
  • Ability to establish work standards, and to evaluate personnel performance.
  • Ability to prepare and supervise the keeping of a variety of records and reports.
  • Ability to research problems and prepare written recommendations. ·
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.

 

 

Job Information

Location: 239 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines, MD, 21811

Starting Time: January 1, 2017, or sooner if mutually agreeable.

Minimum Experience: 5 Years

Benefits: Medical and other Insurance, vacation and 401K Plan per Association standard benefits plans.

Salary: Commensurate upon education and / or relevant experience.

Please email your resume, your salary requirements and your cover letter to: mbennett@oceanpines.org

 

 

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Golf Shop Attendant

Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club is seeking a golf shop attendant. This is a part-time, seasonal position.

Essential job functions include:

1. Check in customers and assign golf carts. Maintain logs.
2. Assist golfers/customers with merchandise
3. Cash out golfers/customers and maintain and monitor the front
4. Ensure merchandise displays are maintained
5. Maintain the cleanliness of the golf shop
6. Handle customer service requests of golfers in a courteous and professional manner
7. Assist with merchandise inventory when needed

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To apply, email a resume to PGA Director of Golf John Malinowski at jmalinowski@oceanpinesgolf.org. Or stop by Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club at 100 Clubhouse Drive in Ocean Pines to pick up an application. Call 410-641-6057 for more information.

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Golf Cart Attendant

Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club is seeking a golf cart attendant. This is a part-time, seasonal position.

Essential job functions include:

1. Stage carts for daily play.
2. Prepare carts for golfers use; stock and maintain carts before and after each
3. Greet golfers and assist with the loading of their golf clubs on the golf cart
4. Cleas golf clubs
5. Assist with the maintenance of the driving range; pick up range balls and clean them
6. Provide additional support to other areas of the course as needed

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To apply, email a resume to PGA Director of Golf John Malinowski at jmalinowski@oceanpinesgolf.org. Or stop by Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club at 100 Clubhouse Drive in Ocean Pines to pick up an application. Call 410-641-6057 for more information.

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