Sometimes people get confused about the duties of a Community Manager. SSKB’s team of professional Community Managers are fully equipped with the skills, knowledge and experience to successfully implement strategies to deal with the day-to-day operations of a Body Corporate or Owner’s Corporation.

The Role of a Community Manager
The role of a community manager is to support strata communities to meet the legislative and administrative obligations of running a Body Corporate/Owner’s Corporation.

The specific duties performed may change from community to community dependent on its size, complexity and the involvement of the Body Corporate/Owner’s Corporation committee. That role is spelled out in the management agreement. A Strata Manager can only take instructions from the committee.

Some of a Community Manager’s Tasks Include:

  • preparing and distributing meeting notices, agendas and minutes;
  • attending meetings;
  • provide guidance and expert advice on taxation and legislative matters;
  • provide guidance and expert advice on taxation and legislative matters;
  • keeping financial accounts;
  • providing continuity of management processes and record keeping;
  • ensuring appropriate insurance is in place and up to date
  • administration and handling day-to-day paperwork

Community Managers often take on the duties of secretary and treasurer which involves:

  • calling committee and general meetings
  • sending out levy notices and by-law contravention notices
  • sending out the minutes of meetings and managing the Body Corporate’s money.

Click here to watch our Gold Coast General Manager explain the role of a Community Manager.

At SSKB we want all of our clients to be ‘Strata Sure’ when it comes to their homes and investments. We’re continually striving to make a positive difference and we achieve this on a daily basis by guiding our communities through proven processes and strategies that benefit their community.

Strata can be a confusing world, but at SSKB we want to make it as simple and easy as possible so you can get back to enjoying your investment.