NE Florida Division
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Salary: $70,000 - $90,000 per year
A bit about us:
Founded in 2009 with a combined 70 plus years of experience in real estate investment, management and development – projects include market rate and affordable apartments, condominiums, office, hotel, retail and single family development.
Why join us?
A great company, that treats their employees like family, we offer great perks and benefits like employee rental discounts, paid certifications, generous time off, comprehensive health benefits and so much more!
The Regional Facility Manager (FM) reports directly to the Director of Facilities. FMs directly interact with the property maintenance supervisors in the assigned region. Facility Managers are responsible for ensuring that the physical aspect of apartment community meets company’s standards and applicable laws in the areas of inspection, maintenance and repair.
Responsibilities of Job Includes:
Ensure all company maintenance policies and procedures are implemented and enforced within the region.
Ensure that company standards for the performance of maintenance functions are consistently maintained on communities within region.
Ensures property inspection reports are conducted regularly on site and reviews property report monthly to understand what maintenance or service issues need to be resolved and what maintenance improvements need to be made and report back any outstanding issues.
Ensure quality control checks of all final product (unit turns, PM, rehab and capital).
Monitor all property open service orders weekly and monthly to make sure company standards are being met.
Provide cost reduction recommendations.
Monitor and manage budget maintenance and turnover expenditures and requirements within region
Provide on-going direction, guidance and training to maintenance personnel and property management staff.
Conduct safety and maintenance training
Assist in recruiting, interviewing of maintenance personnel.
Provide training for Maintenance Supervisors.
Facilitate and manage established contracts related to regional maintenance contractors to gain economies of scale and ensure contractors are meeting the requirements of their contracts.
Keep informed of and provide plans for the communities to accommodate changes in local, state and federal code requirements as it relates to maintenance operations
Adhere to company policies and procedures
Coordinate technical training such as HVAC, EPA, and appliance repair
Perform audits on properties in portfolio, including identifying major equipment specifications and updating database of inventory
Develop and follow preventative maintenance procedures.
Knowledge of the principles of management and supervision.
Knowledge of HUD regulations regarding housing quality and maintenance standards.
Knowledge of building and grounds maintenance, including standard practices, methods, pool operatin tools, materials, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, painting, carpentry, and grounds keeping.
Knowledge of safety rules, including risk management and prevention.
Knowledge of occupational hazards and appropriate safety precautions.
Ability to supervise a comprehensive maintenance program for a public housing site.
Ability to analyze information from inspections to determine the maintenance needs and the quality of maintenance services provided.
Ability to develop plans and procedures for efficient and timely completion of work.
Ability to maintain organized record keeping.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, subordinates, coworkers, residents, contractors, and the general public.
Ability to follow schedules and implementation reports from Director of Construction.
Ability to prepare recommendations and reports, as required.
Ability to read, understand and work from sketches and blueprints.
Ability to understand oral and written instructions.
Qualifications for this Position
3+ years experience in multifamily housing maintenance and experience involving public contact preferred.
3+ years in employee management
Valid driver's license and current vehicle insurance.
Required use of personal automobile for local job-related travel and pickup, or ability to drive pickup truck and/or van.
Ability to travel and out of town (overnight stays) and assist when needed within their region.
Possession of basic tools needed to perform routine maintenance tasks.
Formal training or experience in the following areas preferred: carpentry; light plumbing work; light electrical work and painting, etc.
Physical elements of the job may require heavy lifting, bending, pushing, and pulling, kneeling, stooping, climbing, balancing and carrying.
Able to work weekends, as needed.
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