Trestle has emerged as a top community management services firm in Washington. We continue to drive change for all management firms to perform better and provide improved services for their clients.
But we are not stopping there. Trestle will continually deliver industry-leading Client services, leveraging our professionalism and execution capabilities to grow each Practice to be the undisputed market leader in its segment.
What is Trestle Looking for in Community Managers?
Community Managers are responsible for providing consulting services including financial, maintenance, governance, and risk management to an assigned portfolio. Trestle Clients work within our various Practices – Condominium, Mid-Rise, High-Rise & Estate, Home Developers, Single-Family Homes, Active-Adult, and Large-Scale Communities. Each Community Manager maintains a portfolio within a Practice which allows the Manager to use their specialized skills and work with communities of a similar style.
A minimum of 2-years’ Community Management experience, a CMCA certification, or a college degree is desired.
People and Culture: The best part of working with Trestle – the people! There is a reason we were named one of Washington’s Best 100 Workplaces for two consecutive years. We have cultivated a welcoming, supportive, and exciting environment complete with ongoing and surprise company events. Be it our elaborate holiday celebrations, virtual activities like Happy Hours and lunch breaks, our Trestle Chopped! competition or our scavenger hunts, there is always something fun happening at Trestle.
Financial: In addition to excellent salaries, performance bonuses, and generous commissions, Trestle provides all employees access to a Retirement Savings Program with matching contributions, competitive paid time off, Long Term Disability Insurance and access to transformative, completely confidential Personal Financial Counseling Services which includes online budgeting tools, and unlimited one-on-one advice from licensed Certified Financial Planners.
Education: At Trestle, we know that we succeed when our Team Members succeed. So, we pay for continuing education credits and credentials offered through Community Associations Institute (CAI). We also encourage and pay for career and skills development through non-industry sources and hold bi-monthly Trestle Talks to educate our Team Members about ongoing skill and knowledge advancement.
Workplace Flexibility: Team Member success does not end at educational support. We understand that a good work-life balance encourages happiness and productivity. As a result, we offer our Team flextime and the ability to work remotely.
Snacks: Craving a quick breakfast, something for your afternoon sweet tooth, coffee, or soda? Trestle has you covered. Our office is fully stocked with complementary drinks and snacks for Clients and Team Members.
Health and Wellness: Trestle provides comprehensive Kaiser Permanente Medical Insurance tied to a Health Savings Account with employer contributions, Delta Dental and VSP Vision coverage, as well as confidential Employee Assistance to promote the well-being of Team Members.
Trestle Property Services is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and protected veterans’ status or any other characteristic protected by law.