Campus Living Property Management is seeking candidate for Assistant Director, Property Management. This person is under general supervision of the Director, Property Management, manages warehouse, maintenance and mechanical units/operations and related contracted services serving Housing, Dining, and other campus partners as required.
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Employee tuition waiver to attend Auburn or Auburn University Montgomery
Eligibility for salary continuation in the event of a short-term disability
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Plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates daily activities of a multi-unit organization as it relates to the maintenance, repair, and operations of mechanical equipment and building systems (plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and other), Dining facilities and equipment including establishing and managing a preventative maintenance program.
Plans and directs the efficient work activities of supervisors, staff, temporary, and student employees; assigns and monitors work duties and responsibilities; establishes and modifies work methods, schedules, and priorities.
Manages assigned staff and leads recruitment of positions including reviewing resumes, participating in interviews, and conducting performance review evaluations. Assists in resolving employee relations issues and develops and trains staff.
Establishes and administers programs, policies, procedures, and processes to ensure the safe and timely execution of all work performed by Maintenance personnel. Develops policies and procedures designed to increase production, efficiency, and effectiveness or the organization and improve quality of facilities served.
Oversees and coordinates multiple improvement projects through project initiation, design, construction, and completion as they pertain to student housing, campus dining, and other properties to ensure compliance. Monitors and oversees authorized budgets of assigned projects to maintain the financial integrity of each project.
Manages and coordinates projects and contractual activities for multiple entities/vendors, university departments, and in-house units ensuring work is completed within compliance of code, terms of contracts, and quality of work.
Oversees all inventory and supplies including chemicals, tools, equipment, material, and supplies ensuring compliance with all state and federal purchasing laws.
Assists with budget development by receiving, compiling, and providing budgetary information, cost, projections, and time lines for future projects.