Section 5.7.

The Operations Manager

Article 5.7.1.
Authority

5.7.1.1.
The Operations Manager is hired by the Board of Directors in accordance with the authority contained in the Bylaws, Part 4, Clause 4.4.3.6. The Operations Manager shall be responsible to the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees).

5.7.1.2.
The Operations Manager shall carry out all the directions of the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the Presidents delagatees), whether issued orally or in writing, and shall be supervised in the performance of duties by the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees).

5.7.1.3.
The Operations Manager shall notify all persons in violation of the Rules and Regulations, and of any other directives, and request their immediate compliance. The Operations Manager shall notify the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees) of all violations and of the action taken to require compliance. The Operations Manager shall also report all apparent lack of compliance.

5.7.1.4.
The Operations Manager shall not exercise any punitive action, beyond that of expulsion from Community Club properties, without specific directions from the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees).  The Operations Manager shall request aid from proper authorities to enforce expulsion if anyone should refuse to leave promptly.

5.7.1.5.
The Operations Manager shall notify the proper authorities of any apparent violation of any ordinance, code or criminal law and request that an investigation by these authorities be conducted immediately.  The General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees) shall be immediately notified of such apparent violations.

Article 5.7.2.
Responsibilities

5.7.2.2
A member of the Operations staff will patrol the entire Scenic Estates at least once a day and additionally at the discretion of the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees), depending upon the season, circumstances or ongoing work.

5.7.2.3.
The Operations Manager shall supervise the use of all facilities, in particular, the lake, cabana, clubhouse, beaches and docking facilities, to ensure that proper use is being made of each facility.  Violators are to be notified immediately and requested to leave if failure to comply with the Rules and Regulations is not prompt.

5.7.2.4.
All unknown persons encountered within the Scenic Estates, whether on Community Club property or private property, should be checked to determine if they are authorized guests, with a current member or have bona fide business to conduct. All unauthorized persons shall be requested to leave after their names, addresses, and license numbers have been recorded. Report to owner if incident is serious and keep a record for referral.

5.7.2.5.
The Operations Manager shall maintain all Community Club facilities in a clean, neat, and presentable condition at all times. This shall include the clubhouse, cabana, firehall shop, entrance garden, garden adjacent to the clubhouse, beach areas (free of debris, logs, drift, etc.), all Community Club roadways (including fallen trees, brush, etc.), and any other areas owned by the Community Club on which litter and debris would create an eyesore.

Article 5.7.3.
Duties

5.7.3.1.
Daily duties

  1. Maintenance rounds and monitor the Treatment plant in accordance with Department of Health, Division of Drinking Water rules and regulations and maintain all water appurtenances as required by Department of Health, Division of Drinking Water.
  2. Look for leaks in water system; be prepared to isolate any major break in water main; and repair in accordance with Department of Health, Division of Drinking Water rules and regulations.
  3. Keep swimming lake overflow clear.
  4. See that toilets and wash basins in clubhouse and cabana are clean, functional, and stocked.
  5. Open and secure clubhouse and cabana in accordance with club rules.
  6. See that non-members (other than accompanied guests) do not use club facilities.

5.7.3.2.
As-required duties

  1. Mow grass.
  2. Do painting.
  3. Keep roofs and gutters of club buildings clean.
  4. Maintain floats in both lakes and at marine facilities.
  5. Place Club’s garbage containers out for pick up.
  6. Maintain other club-owned equipment.
  7. See that members comply with rules for use of club facilities.
  8. Winterize facilities.
  9. Keep clubhouse, including floors and windows, clean. 
  10. Keep boat ramp clean of moss and barnacles.
  11. Keep shrubbery at clubhouse area clean and pruned.
  12. Keep trees along club-owned roads trimmed back.
  13. Provide firewood in Clubhouse for Club activities.
  14. Others as changing circumstances might dictate or as directed by the General Manager.

Article 5.7.4.
Reports

5.7.4.1.
The Operations Manager shall submit a special report on any subject when requested to do so by the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees).

5.7.4.2.
The Operations Manager shall immediately notify the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees) of any unusual condition prevailing or damage to any property or equipment owned by the Community Club.

5.7.4.3.
The Operations Manager shall make every effort to notify members of any unusual condition or damage to their private property, which damage or condition may be eliminated or lessened by early knowledge and action by the member.

Article 5.7.5.
Compensation

5.7.5.1.
The Operations Manager shall receive from the Community Club a salary for the proper execution of the authority and duties of this office. The amount shall be set by the Board of Directors.

5.7.5.2.
The Operations Manager shall receive paid vacation upon completion of one full year of employment consistent with the Personnel Policy Handbook of LISECC. The vacation period shall be arranged for by consulting and receiving the consent of the General Manager (or in the absence of an employed General Manager, the President or the President’s delagatees).

5.7.5.5.
The Operations Manager shall be provided with a suitable vehicle for the purpose of patrol or business, and shall keep it properly maintained and in a good state of repair. If a Community Club vehicle is not provided, the Club shall reimburse the Operations Manager for the use of any private vehicle so used.

Article 5.7.6.
Review and change

5.7.6.1.
Section 5.6. shall be reviewed annually by the Board of Directors of the LISECC or more frequently as deemed necessary by that body or if a review is requested by the Operations Manager.

5.7.6.2.
This entire Section 5.6. shall apply in substance and equally to any Operations Staff that may be employed from time to time by the Board of Directors.

5.7.6.3.
Section 5.6. may be changed by the majority vote of the members of the Board of Directors present at any meeting properly constituted to do business.

5.7.6.4.
Section 5.6. in its entirety shall be considered a condition of employment of the Operations Manager and Operations Staff and shall be reviewed from time to time by the Board of Directors.