Job: Facilities Director

Title Facilities Director
Categories Location: Nevada, Role: Other
Location Las Vegas, NV
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full time Facilities Director position available at Providence in Las Vegas, NV!

The Facilities Director reports to the Community Manager in performing a wide range of operational tasks and administrative duties in support of the community objectives. An integral part of the management team, determined to deliver the absolute best customer experience. The Facilities Director works to reflect a high level of awareness for the collective goals and objectives for CCMC and the Providence Master Homeowners Association.

The Facilities Director will be responsible for the common areas and facilities, identifies issues, communicates needs and directs resources appropriately in order to effectively manage expectations and limit exposure to loss; inspect common property routinely and documents repair/replacement needs; establish and maintain maintenance schedule in accordance with the association’s annual operating budget and reserve study; respond to emergencies; develops and maintains preventative maintenance manuals for the common elements; issue work orders and verifies completion of work in accordance with the association’s procurement policies; obtains multiple bids for work in accordance with state law, the association’s governing documents, and industry best practices; conducts a thorough review of all invoices to ensure accuracy prior to payment; meet with insurance adjusters and/or vendors in the event there is an insurance claim involving common property. Provides written reports and photo documentation of any damages; perform landscape turnover walks with builders and develops punch lists to track outstanding maintenance items; ensures work is complete in a timely fashion; read and understand contracts, construction plans and schematics; liaise with public entities to ensure delivery of community services consistent with overall needs; provide oversight, supervision and support to community standards team member(s) as needed in regards to compliance/violation matters associated with the upkeep and maintenance of individual properties within the community; oversee, manage and motivate contractors to ensure value for services provided, including courtesy patrol and landscaping maintenance services; possess project management skills, including the ability to properly plan and execute on project deliverables in order to meet timelines and expectations; communicate with residents in person and in writing regarding matters related to the common property.

The ideal candidate will possess a Community Manager Certification – NV CAM license preferred (Provisional License considered w/ Super CAM referral); have a technical degree and/or five (5) years of experience in a similar position or related field; experience with overseeing implementation of contracts with vendors and service providers; valid NV driver’s license, current vehicle liability insurance, good driving record and must have reliable transportation.

Must be able to work longer than an eight-hour day or a forty-hour week, and be able to respond to after-hours emergencies as necessary. Candidate should possess the ability to work in both an office environment as well as in the field. Candidate must be physically able and comfortable with work outdoors in both heat and cold for extended time; walk across uneven terrain on inspections, heights, working from ladders or lifts; bend, kneel, and lift up to 50 lbs.

Quietly tucked away in the northwest side of Las Vegas, Providence Master Homeowners Association is the premier masterplan development. Providence currently contains twenty-seven (27) neighborhoods with more than 5,000 single family homes sold and closed. Providence is fortunate to have an excellent group of homebuilders on a quick pace to complete the remaining 1,000 homes. This successful formula allows Providence to place within the top twenty (20) selling master plan developments in the nation.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Deanna Konrad at dkonrad@ccmcnet.com.