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City Sites’ Talent Pathway

City Sites’ Talent Pathway

City Sites’ Talent Pathway is an internal training program designed to further educate condominium managers employed by City Sites Property Management. The program takes our Property Managers through various real life scenarios to demonstrate the purpose behind meticulously crafted internal policy in an effort to refine the professional behaviours of our employees.
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Managing conflict

Board of Director meetings

Conflicts of Interest

Contact Tendering

Customer Service

Personality management

Cultural sensitivity training

City Sites employs experienced property managers with R.C.M. or equivalent qualifications. Our staff varies in specialization from managing the day-to-day operations of hi-rise buildings to townhomes, commercial units and new development properties.

What is a RCM?

First established in Ontario - and administered by the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario - the Registered Condominium Manager designation represents knowledge and professionalism in the field of condominium management in Canada.
The R.C.M. designation is awarded following proof of experience, participation in an established course curriculum, and successful completion of the R.C.M. examination.
A Registered Condominium Manager must uphold recognized practices and ethical standards and be committed to providing the highest level of service to directors, owners and the condominium community in general.

The key areas of responsibility for our Property Managers include:

  • Plans and manages building maintenance repair programs through staff and contractors
  • Monitors the quality of all repairs and maintenance
  • Negotiates and monitors building service contracts
  • Manages administration, operations and security programs
  • Provides ongoing review of reserve fund study and implements as directed
  • Performs Pro-active regular building inspection
  • Responsible for the management of special projects as required
  • Implements seasonal maintenance programs
  • Maintains cohesive relationship with staff, residents and contractors
  • Plans and manages building maintenance repair programs through staff and contractors
  • Monitors the quality of all repairs and maintenance
  • Negotiates and monitors building service contracts
  • Manages administration, operations and security programs
  • Provides ongoing review of reserve fund study and implements as directed
  • Performs Pro-active regular building inspection
  • Responsible for the management of special projects as required
  • Implements seasonal maintenance programs
  • Maintains cohesive relationship with staff, residents and contractors

  • Prepares and manages capital and operating budgets
  • Implements expenditures in accordance with Board policy
  • Reviews monthly unaudited financial statements and prepares financial variance analysis
  • Reviews arrears and ensures timely collection
  • Maintains a working knowledge of Corporation’s investment plan
  • Enforces the corporation’s documentation including rules, regulations and by-laws, as set out in the corporation’s Declaration in accordance with the Condominium Act of Ontario
  • Enforces Legislative Codes pertaining to Life Safety, Human Rights issues, Municipal Codes