Here are the TKPOA Positions currently open and at the end of the posting you find instructions on how to apply.
Water System Operator-in-Training – Full Time/Year Round
The Tahoe Keys Water Company, a California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water public water system which provides potable water service to the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association, is currently advertising for the full time/year round position of Water System Operator-in-Training. This is an entry level position into the Water Company. Applicants with knowledge of plumbing systems, mechanical background, and construction are encouraged to apply. The applicant must be able to lift 50+ pounds, be comfortable within a confined space, and able to work in an outdoor environment. Typical work duties include daily potable water well checks, water system leak repairs, water valve exercising, fire hydrant exercising, water system preventative maintenance, snow plowing, and street light maintenance. The selected applicant is required to perform standby (on-call) status for a 14-day period every four (4) weeks. Standby requires 24-7 response within a 45 minute timeframe to water emergencies, requested water shut-downs from home owners, weekend well checks, and winter snow plow activities. Standby compensation is provided. Selected applicants will conduct an-in-person interview with the Water Company Manager. The position is scheduled to start January 1, 2019.
Security Officer (Part Time)
Part Time Security position. Previous security experience is preferred. Valid California Driver’s License and California Guard Card required. Night Shift and on Call Shifts. Drug Test required. High School Diploma or GED required. Hourly Compensation depending on experience.
Architectural Control/Front Desk Assistant (Part Time)
Part Time position. Provide administrative support to the Architectural Control Department and Front Desk. Record and produce minutes for monthly meetings; coordinate with Accounting on fees and fines billing and deposit refunds; generate department and committee correspondence to Association members utilizing management software system; maintain property files; first point of contact for customers at the front desk; create Member ID Cards and Day Use Passes for recreational facilities; other duties as assigned. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. High School Diploma or GED required. Drug Test required. Hourly Compensation $14.00 - $16.00 per hour depending on experience.
Pool Attendant – (Part Time)
Part Time position. Opening and Closing Shifts available. Customer service counter experience is required. Nights, weekends and on Call Shifts. Drug test required. Hourly Compensation $12.00/Hour
Applications can be downloaded using the link above and are also available in person at the TKPOA Association Office or by request via phone or email Monday through Sunday 8:30AM-4:30PM. Applications for employment can be submitted the following ways:
- Mail to:
- 356 Ala Wai Blvd. South Lake Tahoe CA 96150
- Fax to:
- (530) 541-2521
- Email to:
This company is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to nondiscrimination in employment. The company selects the best qualified individual for the job based on the job related qualifications regardless of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or the presence of a non-job related medical condition or disability (mental or physical), or any other basis protected by law. The Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association (TKPOA)
Tahoe Keys was developed in the 1960's and 1970’s as a unique, planned-unit-development. The end result was the transformation of approximately 750 acres of marsh land into a 1,529 member Community Association, encompassing 335 town houses and 1,194 home sites. Most properties have use of a private boat dock, allowing access to over 180 acres of Association waterways and boating lagoons, as well as direct access into Lake Tahoe.
The Association operates its own water quality program to keep the estimated 550 million gallons of lagoon water clean. We also have. Our own Water Company with three subterranean wells providing potable water to our property owners and adjacent commercial properties.
The Association is responsible for the maintenance, upkeep, and improvement of all town house exteriors, common areas (that property owned in common by all Association members) and recreation areas (pools, tennis courts, parks, beaches, piers, boat docks, waterways, etc.).
We are also responsible for insuring that all property owners care for and maintain their property, according to Association governing documents. To fund this operation, we assess and collect fees from all property owners, based on anticipated financial needs. In many ways, the Association operates as a small city.