The Maintenance Manager is responsible for overseeing the maintenance of the Community’s facilities and grounds as directed by the Community Manager. Some responsibilities will include: providing exemplary service and maintenance in order to ensure the tidiness, cleanliness, and welcoming appearance of Association-owned facilities and grounds; supervise the Maintenance Department which includes hiring, training, management, scheduling, and evaluation of staff; prepare and maintain the property in a condition to pass required inspections and relevant safety standards (OSHA, company safety and health, etc.); maintain records pertaining to maintenance of facilities and grounds, equipment/asset warranty and service information; complete repairs and work orders in a timely manner; and respond to after-hours calls and emergencies. Other duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have at least five years’ experience in facility and grounds maintenance, as well as, five years’ experience in a direct supervision of staff role. Must have strong computer skills, and must possess a valid driver’s license and automobile liability insurance. This candidate must also be service oriented, self-motivated, be able to communicate effectively both orally and written, manage a staff, and establish while also maintaining professional, pleasant and polite working relationships.
Work is conducted both indoors and outdoors. Employee must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions, particularly high heat and to walk long distances to perform physical inspections. Employee must be able to repetitively lift and carry up to 80 lbs. and to perform other physical labor. Must be able to work weekends, after-hours, and be on-call.
Developed by Radiant Places + Properties, Wildlight embodies Florida lowcountry living at its best. Half of this community’s 2,900 acres will be preserved for conservation and open community space. Homes feature front porches where families can take in the natural surrounding and enjoy the gracious character of the neighborhood. Walking and bike trails, pocket parks and sidewalks will weave connectivity into Wildlight, while home and business owners will be able to compute at one gigabit per second – 100 times faster than the average internet connection! The first phase of the community includes 3,200 households and 11 million square feet of commercial space.
If you are interested, please email your resume to Amy Norsworthy at firstname.lastname@example.org.