Maintenance Director (Assisted Living) (2014936)

Kisco Senior Living, LLC Anaheim , CA 92808

Posted 5 months ago

Position Summary:

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:

  • Competitive pay

  • 401k Retirement matching

  • Healthcare Benefits

  • Paid Time Off

We are looking for genuine, motivated, and caring people to join our Kisco team.


  • Kisco Senior Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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