The Maintenance Director ensures a clean, safe and inviting environment for residents, family members, guests and associates. Oversees maintenance, preventative maintenance and housekeeping services and creates a culture of service that exceeds expectations.
Essential Job Functions:
Personalize and maintain apartments to delight prospective residents with their new home in support of the community sales process.
Execute the apartment turn, apartment readiness, transfer, and move-out processes effectively and compassionately in collaboration with other departments while creating an amazing experience for residents and families based on each person's unique preferences.
Manage and continuously improve community assets, operating within a departmental budget, planning for and managing capital expenditure projects, and maximizing revenue.
Proactively manage the physical condition of the community and related physical plant systems to determine the type and schedule for required work.
Oversee landscape and grounds keeping maintenance, ensuring safety and quality work.
Manage vendor and contractor relationships and ensure work performed and/or product delivered is cost-effective and meets contract terms and service standards.
Ensure implementation of Safety & Disaster Preparedness Plan, Policies & Procedures and regulatory compliance (e.g. licensing, OSHA, etc.).
Procure new equipment, supplies, and/or furnishings under the direction of the Executive Director and Home Office standards.
Maintain inventory of equipment and supplies.
Conduct departmental planning and forecasting, and fluidly manage operations based on occupancy and economic conditions.
Participate in all property inspections, working with the authorities throughout the process.
Interview, hire, train, manage and retain highly effective associates and create a climate of associate engagement through coaching, mentoring, teambuilding, performance management, recognition and professional development. Identify and develop talent for future succession opportunities.
Prepare a staffing schedule that services the needs of the community and associates, while managing labor & material costs.
Perform other related duties as required.
Qualifications and Skills:
Bachelor's degree preferred and 6 to 8 years' related experience
Technical training in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, construction and carpentry, with ten (10) years' experience preferred, and a minimum of 10 years' experience in apartment turns, renovations and maintenance or related trade.
Proficient in Excel, Word, SharePoint, NetSuite, AVID.
Must have knowledge of Life Safety systems (fire alarms, fire sprinklers, Ansul) and lead Kisco Safety Committee
List of successes showing vendor and project management with security systems, apartment renovation contractors, landscaping, elevator, HVAC PM's, Tennent Improvement work, pest control, GPO, utilities, etc.
Be self-starter to manage Capital Budgets and Expenditures and manage projects from bidding to end of job.
Special Requirements/ Certifications:
Technical training or HVAC certification is required
Must be CMMS proficient Kisco is using the Dude Solutions and WorxHub solution.
Must have knowledge of Asset Management, preventative maintenance, equipment inventory and Work order systems, showing examples of each.
Sales support with apartment turns & renovations, transfers, processing appropriate paperwork, setting expectations for rent ready apartments and unit punch.
What we offer:
Rich Benefit Package including:
401k Retirement matching
Paid Time Off
We are looking for genuine, motivated, and caring people to join our Kisco team.
APPLY TODAY TO START YOUR CAREER AT KISCO!
Kisco Senior Living, LLC