CAD Draftsman Sr
Greater Salt Lake area
This position provides AutoCAD support for all Intermountain facilities, including but not limited to hospitals and office buildings. This position participates as a member of a team which coordinates changes to CAD drawings post-construction, tracks occupancy changes within every facility, and allocates space according to current space usage. This position is responsible for understanding hospital functions of space, meeting regulatory requirements, and working with other departments in appropriately monitoring and defining how Intermountain space is utilized.
Essential Job Duties
Supports Intermountain through revision and update of CAD drawings in order to show the most current usage of space which includes, but is not limited to occupancy, code requirements, construction changes, and allocation for all Intermountain facilities.
Provides facility support through knowledge of codes and compliance with regulatory agencies and hospital standards. Assists management, as requested, in strategic facility planning, supporting various departments with regard to moves, changes to space, and tenant space allocation and measurement of space.
Accountable for clear and effective communication, follows through with staff at all levels regarding issues and concerns to promote professional, knowledgeable resolutions.
Properly prioritizes workloads and manages time effectively with minimal supervision. Assists coworkers in completion of assigned tasks to meet department goals and deadlines.
Maintains an up to date knowledge of policies and procedures relative to the real estate, facilities, construction, and space management departments to ensure all work meets hospital standards and regulatory requirements. Attends department meetings and training as assigned. Completes education requirements and safety training on time.
Performs job-related duties, which may include but is not limited to: prepares tenant and department contract square footage, updates space allocation allocations, keeps drawings current with regard to the most recent life safety code, and tracks information so that regulatory requirements are appropriately met.
Communicates with Facilities Development and Construction in order to maintain the most recent updates to facility drawings and floor plans; transfers this data to the Corporate Lease and Space Management Database so that occupancy can be more appropriately monitored.
Travels and conducts on-site visits as required
Portfolio Manager March 19, 2018
Contact: Jessica Hudson – firstname.lastname@example.org – 480-921-7500
CCMC currently has a full time Portfolio Manager position located in South Jordan, UT! Under the direction of multiple Boards of Directors, the Portfolio Manager is responsible for the daily business operations and management direction of a portfolio of Community Associations. Candidates must know how to interpret governing documents, any applicable state law and multiple contracts. The position requires the ability to multi-task on a variety of levels with the utmost of focus and professionalism. The Portfolio Manager serves as an integral part of the leadership of the community, acting as advisor to a variety of homeowner and developer Boards, as well as to volunteer committees regarding policies and procedures. The ideal candidate will create a variety of social opportunities to promote and maintain a true sense of community, and perform various other duties as assigned. The Portfolio Manager must be highly responsive to the needs of community residents. This is not an 8-5 job, as many meetings and activities take place on nights and weekends. The ideal candidate will have their CMCA and two years of related experience. Must have superior leadership skills, excellent communication skills, a strong operational background, and operates via a collaborative approach to community management. Experience overseeing lifestyle, a fitness center, security, irrigation, landscape, roads, gates and common area maintenance is required. All prospective employees must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check. If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email your resume to Jessica Hudson at email@example.com. If you know of a qualified candidate who is interested, please have them email their resume to Jessica and note that you referred them to CCMC.
Associate Director of Property Admin & Client Services March 19, 2018
University of Utah – Real Estate Administration
Contact: Jonathon Bates – firstname.lastname@example.org – 801-587-8730
Job Summary Develops and implements policies, programs and financial objectives for assigned departments in relation to function pertaining to transportation, storage, vendor selection, distribution, or inventory control, as well as non-manufacturing operational policies, objectives and initiatives of large and multifaceted areas/departments within the University. Participates in preparing department budgets and in setting department goals. Ensures continuity and quality customer service between University departments and community. Responsibilities Participates as a member of the department’s management team. Leads a team of facility managers and administrative staff to ensure these essential functions are adequately performed: Essential Functions 1. Vendor management for facility services such as janitorial, landscaping, security, food services, etc. 2. Manage tenant relations over the Real Estate Administration portfolio including tenant meetings, survey development, website, report, help desk oversight, etc. 3. Research lease terms for managed properties work through others to ensure terms are met. 4. Develop and implement customer service, human resources and financial objectives for assigned departments consistent with the University’s goals and objectives. 5. Analyze customer complaints, concerns and suggestions and providing appropriate follow through to ensure superior customer service. 6. Manage departmental budgets, including operating and capital budgets, estimate budgetary requirements for special projects, and oversee purchases and inventory. 7. Administer new and existing department programs and services to internal and external customers. 8. Assume authority and perform functions of the department director in his/her absence. 9. Participate in department HR management including recruitment, performance evaluation and retention of staff. 10. Facilitate cooperative and collaborative relationships with the community and other institutions. 11. Authorize the purchase and implementation of new technology, resources and equipment. 12. Serve as part of the department management team providing leadership and guidance to other departmental employees. 13. Participate in development and interpretation of department policies to ensure compliance with University’s policies and regulatory requirements. May authorize exceptions to department policy and procedures related to assigned departments. Ensure compliance with Federal and state regulations. 14. Establish internal objectives and implement procedures to meet goals. Assist in setting department short and long-term goals. https://employment.utah.edu/salt-lake-city-ut/assoc-dir-ops-logistics/8FDBB5BF3074417B9689798D20510377/job/
Fertilizer Technician March 13, 2018
RBM Building Services / TruCo Services
Contact: Jake Garrett – email@example.com
Overview RBM Services began in 1974 as a family business owned by Robert Moss, with only five employees cleaning small offices in Utah County. From those humble beginnings RBM has grown into the largest solely owned janitorial company in the state of Utah, and our 1100+ employees clean over 15 million square feet of commercial office space each year. But despite our size, RBM is still a family business, and we continue to provide the personal service and quality work that RBM was founded on. Job Skills / Requirements Responsibilities: • The Fertilizer Technician is responsible for performing various fertilizer and chemical activities on high-profile commercial properties. • Ensuring that customers are completely satisfied through effective communication, relationship building and regular site visits. • Purchases supplies required to maintain properties, while maintaining accurate inventory and strict cost controls to ensure job performance is within financial requirements. • Schedules and directs field personal and resources, providing directions and goals to be accomplished, emphasizing quality and efficiency of operations. • Manages and maintains all administrative and record keeping systems. • Must be dependable, detail oriented, with a strong work ethic and a willingness to learn. Requirements: • Valid Utah Pesticide. If you don’t currently have one, we can help you obtain one. • Past spray experience in the commercial landscape industry will be given priority. The qualified individual must have at least two years of spray experience with a working knowledge of all forms of application equipment, spreader and sprayer calibrations, and fertilizer and pesticide applications. • A valid Utah driver’s license is required. • Bi-lingual a plus Ability to read, write and speak English, to proficiently read, comprehend and interpret regulatory forms and reports, employment forms and speak to law enforcement officials when needed. • Background check • Must pass driving record check. • Must pass drug test. Education /Training: • Valid Utah Pesticide • High School education is required. • Employee must be 18 years of age. • 2+ years of Chemical application experience. • Following on-the-job training and the requirements, employee may be required to complete state certification/licensing process. Certification Requirements: Valid State Drivers License Utah Pesticide Pay: $16-18/hour DOE Benefits: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance Screening Requirements: Motor Vehicle, Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check Apply online at rbmservicesinc.com
Branch Engineering Services Manager March 8, 2018
When you join Hines, you will work alongside innovative leaders who set the standards responsible for our reputation as an industry leader today, and you’ll be a part of shaping our future in the years to come. As a Branch Engineering Services Manager, you will provide critical system management and handyman responsibilities to support the maintenance, repair and testing of our client’s regional office power and cooling systems located in the Americas as well as assist in the management of 4+ branch locations within the Utah area. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: -Utah facility engineering and facility management and maintenance -As needed, travel to provide supervision of the maintenance, repair, testing and project support of the branch office critical power and cooling systems throughout the state of Utah -Create and update MEP drawings and operations manuals -Act as the engineering and facility liaison to the regional teams -Manage databases that support electrical and mechanical systems -Produce required reports such as Incident and Summary Reports -Process and update hardcopy and electronic documentation related to incident notification, preventative maintenance, sourcing and contracts, proposals and invoices, inventory and contact lists -Monitor energy use, maintain energy\power distribution management programs -Interface with, and build strong relationships with vendors and trades and oversee minor construction projects and build-outs, handling scheduling and requisitions -Communicate day to day operational statuses to the Hines New York Branch Engineering Services team -Handle all handyman service activities on a scheduled basis -Manage facility items as required, including but not limited to lighting, pantry areas, glass door operation, amenities items, and comfort calls Minimum Requirements include: -High school diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution -Two year or four year technical school training with concentration in electrical or electromechanical technology -Three or more years related experience in facilities, engineering or property management experience -Vendor coordination experience -Ability to work with very little supervision on a daily basis -Industry recognized facilities management certification preferred but not required -Proficient with Microsoft Excel and Word -Excellent written and verbal skills Applicants interested in this role must use the following URL link to create a profile on the Hines.com Careers Page: https://careers-hines.icims.com/jobs/5410/branch-engineering-services-manager/job?mode=view
Assistant Property Manager February 28, 2018
Lincoln Harris, CSG
Contact: Robert Desmond – 385-831-2088 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Assistant Property Manager is responsible to assist the Property Manager with administration of all Medical Office Building (MOB) tenant leases, including CPI adjustments, Operating Expense Reconciliation , billing and collecting tenant receivables, generating monthly reports for owner, preparing vendor service and construction contracts, supervising vendor and contractor services and assisting in annual budget preparation, and completing Operating Expense Reconciliations. The Assistant Property Manager is the primary point of contact for Landlord and Tenants of the MOB’s and is responsible for assisting the Property Manager with his/her duties as necessary. REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from a four-year college or university in business, or management, experience may substitute some or all of this requirement. Requires 2+ year’s related experience and/or training. Must have professional and proven client communication skills, both written and verbal. Should be highly experienced in MS Word and Excel, and other computer applications, YARDI experience preferred. Successful candidates must be self-motivated and able to work remotely from the property without on-site support staff. Must have a background or basic knowledge in building operations. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS UT Real Estate License IREM Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation a plus BOMA Real Property Administrator (RPA) designation a plus
Associate Director, Lease Administration February 16, 2018
University of Utah – Real Estate Administration
Contact & More Information: https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/74066
Assist the Executive Director of Real Estate Administration with daily activities that support the long-term vision of the department, including property acquisition and disposition, lease administration, development and investment. Position will also ensure that tenant improvement projects are progressing on schedule and within budget through project management and active participation in construction meetings. Responsibilities 1. Assist Executive Director of REA with real estate transactions to include: leasing, property acquisition, disposition, and investment, development and planning, and construction meetings. 2. Assist with managing workflow associated with transaction review, legal review, and administrative/board approval processes. This would include, but is not limited to, developing cash flow analyses, financial pro-forma’s and presentations for senior administration and University governing boards, etc. 3. Track and monitor projects to ensure they are progressing on schedule and within budget. 4. Coordinate, schedule and conduct property tours with potential tenants (both University and third-party). 5. Coordinate centralized procurement & A/P process for third-party leases (where the University is the tenant) with REA’s accounting team. 6. Act as the Executive Director’s delegate or representative in construction, development and planning meetings. 7. Manage lease management tool application to ensure accurate tracking and reporting of lease data. 8. Coordinate appropriate insurance coverage with the University’s Risk Management Department as well as appropriate documentation of insurance requirements in the Lease Management Tool. 9. Manage and coordinate the planning, design, and construction of capital facilities projects
Senior Property Manager February 8, 2018
Renaissance Personnel Group (A Scottsdale-based firm)
Contact: Britt Hunter (recruiting manager) – 602-263-5100 or email@example.com
We have a client searching for a Senior Manager for a multi-building campus in Utah county.
Chief Engineer February 2, 2018
Contact: Tanya Odom Johnson – 213-284-7649 or Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chief Engineer has four major accountabilities in support of one or more properties: Plan, organize, direct, and control mechanical and maintenance operations, including those related to HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems. Oversee day-to-day activities of engineering staff members. Direct initiatives related to contractor relations, safety, energy management and functions that promote optimal physical habitability. Assure compliance with expense guidelines, Company policies, governing codes and regulations, and – when appropriate – third-party owner directives. Essential Duties: Implement and manage operating, maintenance, and repair programs to assure maximum life and reliability of all mechanical systems within the property. Oversee and participate in general maintenance and operation processes which include, but are not limited to: HVAC equipment performance Plumbing systems Electrical systems Equipment warranties General building maintenance Procure parts and supplies consistent with management approval and defined physical needs. Administer necessary inventory control programs and systems to assure maintenance of parts inventory levels, including keying systems and accurate and timely records of receipts and issues. Provide significant, quality input to the Property Manager on matters related to: Approval of all tenant working drawings regarding existing M.E.P. modifications and/or add-on’s. Monitoring the construction of tenant space. Evaluation of tenant compliance with respect to operations and energy provisions of the lease. Addressing all tenant questions concerning M.E.P. operations. Analysis of escalation efficiency and costs for HVAC and excess energy billings. Manage expenses and activities driven by relationships with third-parties engaged for specific functions. Participate in Expense Management activities. Maintain or oversee the maintenance of records and reports that bear on physical facilities. Supervise Engineering staff members. Oversee the management of physical facilities. Participate in on-going tenant relation programs. Perform other duties as assigned or requested.
Commercial Property Manager November 2, 2017
Bridge Commercial Real Estate
Contact: Katrina Parsons – 801-716-5426 or email@example.com
Commercial Office Property Manager Why you want to work with us…Bridge Investment Group (BIG) and its subsidiaries are positioned for tremendous national growth, positioning you for opportunity and satisfaction in your desired career. In joining our team, you will experience and grow a culture that sincerely wants you to enjoy where you work and the work you do. Our leaders work tirelessly to promote a hard-working and fun environment that always makes sure your contributions are recognized. We are looking for an experienced and skilled commercial office property manager to assume responsibility of this beautiful, 5 story, office building in Sandy Utah. You will provide leadership to your team during the day-to-day operations of the property, including accounting, tenant relations, maintenance and repair, security, janitorial services, landscaping, snow removal, etc. as well as the day to-day implementation of policies, procedures and programs you will assure a well-managed, well maintained complex, placing maximum emphasis on positive responses to the concerns and needs of the tenants, environmental health and safety, and quality programs in coordination and conjunction with the ownership’s goals and objectives. Responsibilities Develop and maintain tenant relations by ensuring that work orders are completed on time, attending to complaints and resolving property issues and concerns. Work with and supervise engineering staff Minimize delinquency and bad debt through aggressive and persistent rent collection Budget preparation, implementation and monitoring of expenditures and budget comparisons. Preparing monthly financial report Coordinate move-in and move-out process Conduct routine property inspections and ensure compliance with all municipal codes, fire codes and insurance requirements Prepare invoices for tenant bill backs, electrical, sub-meters, etc. Process and monitor property bills Ability to create common area bill backs, year-end statements and reconciliations for common area expenses Schedule and supervise on-site maintenance staff, janitorial, security and construction projects Administration of building access systems Maintain all tenant lease files, vendor files, certificates of insurance, construction projects and tenant improvement work as well as capital improvement projects Ability to lead engineer and understand all building systems Who we are…Bridge Commercial Real Estate is taking advantage of the enormous potential in the commercial office sector of the US real estate market. Bridge Investment Group is a SEC-registered investment adviser with $6.7 billion AUM. The principals at Bridge have 25 years of successful investing experience in the multifamily, office, seniors housing and CRE-backed fixed income sectors. Bridge manages private equity funds, separately managed accounts, co-investments, and joint ventures. A vertically-integrated real estate platform, Bridge and its affiliates collectively employ over 1,000 people and manage assets across 22 states and over 50 metropolitan statistical areas.