Community Manager

The Sea Ranch Association, CA

The Sea Ranch Association, CA
Community Manager
The Sea Ranch is a community known world-wide for its concern for the environment and distinctive, thoughtfully sited archeticture.  It has been the subject of numerous books and articles, as well a recent exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of  Modern Art.  Known for its strong focus on rural coastal living emphazing ecologically sensitive land management, the Sea Ranch community aims to “perpetuate the rich variety of this rugged coastal, pastoral and forested environment for the benefit of all who acquire property at The Sea Ranch.”  The Sea Ranch is located 125 miles north of San Francisco on about 3,000 acres along ten miles of dramatic Sonoma County coast.  The Sea Ranch Association is a not-for-profit mutual benefit corporation owned by its members with 1,777 homes currently built out of 2,288 homesites.  With an operating budget of $6.3 million, the Association is organized much like a small city with operations similar to administration, public works, building and planning, finance, parks and utilities.  The Board of Directors is seeking an experienced manager with unquestionable ethics and integrity who has the ability through excellent interpersonal and communication skills to educate, facilitate and bring people together while promoting the design concept and protecting the environmental setting.  Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred.  Salary range from $154,544 to $211,453 DOQE with comprehensive benefits (this is not a CalPERS agency).
 Please send your cover letter and resume electronically to:
Peckham & McKenney
Call Phil McKenney at (866) 912-1919 for more information or to request a detailed brochure that describes in greater detail this tremendous opportunity.  Resumes will be acknowledged within 2 business days.
The brochure is also available on our web site at
Filing Deadline is January 13, 2020.


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