Building Operations Supervisor
Category: Property Management
Currently, we are looking for an Operations Supervisor in Vancouver.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following.
- Supervising a team of three operators in a portfolio of office buildings in and surrounding downtown.
- Handle all monthly reporting requirements, along with daily management meetings.
- Liaise with tenants, alongside the Assistant Property Manager and Property Manager to ensure expectations are being met.
- Work with suppliers and contractors to ensure the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems are running properly as per the building standards.
- To train, mentor and follow up with staff, ensuring the guidelines of their role is being fulfilled.
- Schedule and maintain an on-call rotation for the team.
- Work alongside the Property Manager with operational and capital budgets
To be qualified for this position you will have:
- 10+ years of commercial/industrial property management or facility operational experience is required.
- A valid, new fourth-class ticket is required.
- A highly organized individual who has an eye for detail and accuracy is required.
- Operational experience in large plants, in large high rise towers, who has a strong knowledge of mechanical systems is required.
- A history of trades would be considered an asset, such as plumbing, electrical or HVAC tradesperson.
- Previous experience in a supervisory role is required.
Relationship Skills –
- Superior oral and written communication and presentation skills.
- Ability to develop and sustain cooperative working relationships.
- Professional interaction with colleagues and tenants is required.
- A calm demeanor and approach to business will fit the team very well.
- A reliable character is considered key in this role, someone that will deliver on commitments to his/her team, as well as to their colleagues, contractors, suppliers, and tenants.
Organizational/Multi-Task Skills –
- Ability to allocate one's time effectively, work under pressure and manage tight deadlines
- Ability to handle multiple demands and competing priorities and adapt to new ideas and constant changes.
- Ability to work with little supervision, while maintaining a strong knowledge of the building envelope, base building and all mechanical, plumbing, electrical and automation systems
- Ability to work with a tight-knit team, and someone who can win the respect of their team, rather than ask for it.
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