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As one of Florida’s largest full service real estate development companies, Stiles has built a reputation for excellence and market insight, consistently developing quality projects in accordance with the highest standards in the industry.

We have retained a true family atmosphere, despite market changes these past few years. At Stiles, you will find a diverse family of all ethnic backgrounds who are proud to participate in the growth of Florida, both in the construction and development work, and in promoting community welfare. We create environments that enhance our customers' lives and improve the value of our community.

Stiles has provided planning of commercial properties for more than half a century. The company's extensive expertise offers clients single-source responsibility from conceptualization through project completion, effectively eliminating complications that arise when dealing with multiple companies. Simultaneous implementation of design and construction offer clients shorter completion dates and value engineering.

Stiles is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

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Stiles Architectural Group

Project Manager Ft. Lauderdale

To provide architectural services ranging from preliminary design through construction administration for multiple projects at one time. Representation of Stiles Architectural Group through contact with clients, outside business units and municipalities. Oversee production of work from in-house Project Assistants and coordinate with outside consultants.

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop programming and design concepts varying in complexity (ie site planning, building design and interior space planning).

  • Development and preparation of construction documents (AutoCAD a must - Revit preferred) by self-development and direction and supervision of Project Assistants, and coordination of Consulting Engineers related work and drawings.

  • Provide construction administration services including field inspection, drawing clarification, shop drawing review and product approval, permitting issues and coordination of issues between consultants.

  • Administration of individual project; preparation of financial budgets, contract development and negotiations with client, contracting with consultants, approval of accounts payables.

  • Conduct meetings and/or presentations with clients, Governmental agencies and personnel from other corporate divisions.

  • Good working knowledge of Florida codes; zoning, building, life safety, etc.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Supervises production of construction documents via Project Assistants and Administrative Assistants.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Technical Skills

  • Ability to operate computer utilizing the latest CADD or Revit software.

  • Strong understanding of architectural design, development of Construction Documents and Construction Administration.

  • Must understand construction methodologies and systems and have a basic knowledge of mechanical, electrical, plumbing systems in a building.


Other Skills and Abilities

AutoCAD Release 2019 (minimum) is preferred. BIM/Revit experience is strongly preferred

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is required to sit for extended periods of time at a CADD station. There is some standing and walking required for plotting purposes and coordinating with other corporate divisions. The employee must use hands to handle and feel tools with good hand/eye coordination. Specific vision abilities required are close vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

There are occasions where lifting and/or moving items up to 40 lbs is required. These items include rolls of paper and file boxes. Access to filing drawings will require stooping or kneeling.

Field/site visits/inspections may require work in un-air-conditioned spaces, which may have high levels of dust and heat. Climbing a ladder to make roof inspections may be required.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this position, the employee regularly works in an air-conditioned office space. However, there are many occasions when the employee must work outside at field inspections or measuring in un-air-conditioned, dusty areas.

The employee will work around moving parts of the printer/plotter. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet; distractions include telephone and conversation with other staff members from office or another Division.
  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: Professional degree in Architecture (BS, B. Arch, M. Arch)
  • Minimum Experience: 5 years professional commercial experience using CADD or Revit
  • Reference ID: Arch PM

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Stiles Construction

Project Manager Ft. Lauderdale

Overall management responsibility for projects of any size and complexity. Manages scheduling, cost, subcontract submittals and keeps all pertinent records to ensure a profitable and "on-time" project delivery.

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Review contract documents for compliance.

  • Obtain approval of subcontractor shop drawings.

  • Monitor job schedules and budgets.

  • Coordination of subcontractors.

  • Update job schedules and cost reports.

  • Preparation of monthly requisitions to Owners.

  • Processing of subcontractor invoices/bills.

  • Preparation of estimates for change orders for both Owner and subcontractors.

  • Complete knowledge of all project documentation.

  • Interprets and applies policies, especially safety rules and regulations.

  • Obtaining building permits.

  • Interface and communicate with the Architect, Engineer and Owner as requested by supervisor.

  • Obtaining project close-out documentation.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

May supervise other project managers, assistant project managers or project engineers.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES:

  • Leadership skills

  • Collaborative; a real team player

  • Organized

  • Good interpersonal skills

  • Good communication skills

  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: Education or equivalent training, typically found in four-year college degree or certification programs and 6 years' experience; or 10 years related experience
  • Minimum Experience: 6 years
  • Reference ID: ProjMgr

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Stiles Property Management

Administrative Assistant Miami

Provides assistance to the Property Manager and in all administrative aspects of building management including A/P, A/R, typing, filing, telephone coverage, report completion and projects as assigned. Serves as liaison between property, regional and corporate office, vendors and tenants.

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  • Answer all incoming telephone lines. Ensure that phones are tended to by 8:00 am each morning and forwarded at 5:00 pm each evening.

  • Determine urgency and respond to all inquiries/requests promptly. Prepare work order requests and dispatch promptly. Track completion and follow-up on open work order requests daily and report findings of any chronic unresolved service requests to Property Manager.

  • Greet office visitors in a friendly and professional manner, offer visitors refreshments, and maintain receptionist desk, reception area, kitchen, copy room and conference room in a neat and organized manner.

  • Open and stamp all incoming mail and distribute accordingly daily. Handle all outgoing mail.

  • Coordinate maintenance service for all office equipment, order and maintain office supply inventory, and maintain postage meter.

  • Initiate tenant notifications of all building activities, initiate security notifications of events requiring security assistance.

  • Coordinate tenant parties and Christmas decorations.

  • Order tenant signage, update web directory.

  • Prepare monthly tenant invoices to include credits, write-offs, and miscellaneous billings (i.e., electrical, OT HVAC, building services, late fees, etc.) and forward copies of all invoices to Accountant in charge of property promptly.

  • Code all incoming invoices timely and submit to Assistant Property Manager for processing.

  • Ensure all tenant and vendor certificate of insurance are updated and filed in accordance with the Stiles Management standards. Utilize a tickler system to maintain and record certificates. Send reminder letters and make phone calls as necessary and update expiration dates in Vendor Insurance Spreadsheet.

  • Provide assistance to the Property Manager in preparation of budget and business plan as necessary.

  • Maintain property management filing system, lease files, a/p files, construction files, vendor contract files in a current and organized fashion.

  • Maintain the Building Access Card System data base in a current and organized fashion. All access card activations, deactivations or changes need to be completed on a daily basis. Create an invoice for every new card that is issued and provide the parking vendor with a copy of all access card invoices to enable them to track all monies due. Update the Access Card List as needed and submit updated copies to the security guards and to the garage cashiers.

  • In general, perform administrative duties as required for the Property Manager.

  • Other projects and duties as assigned by the Property Manager, Senior Engineer and Regional or Corporate offices.

  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: Associate's Degree
  • Minimum Experience: 5 years
  • Reference ID: Admin - Miami

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Maintenance Worker Carolinas

Primary responsibility is to complete all tasks as directed by Property Management with minimum supervision and to report any condition affecting building structure or safety.

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Painting and sweeping of common areas, mechanical rooms, equipment rooms.

  • Replace light bulbs and ballasts/ Adjust time clocks.

  • Monitors inventory and purchases materials as needed.

  • Initiates preventative maintenance programs and maintains property inspection logs.

  • Committed to maintaining a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination.

  • Monitoring inventory and purchases, tenant work orders, sub-contractors performance and quality of maintenance work.

  • Performs general maintenance.

  • Performs work orders as assigned by management.

  • Monitors property condition and reports to Manager.

  • Performs occasional pressure cleaning.

  • Basic knowledge of plumbing and electrical.


OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and sit and to use hands to handle, or feel tools, or controls; to reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Climb and work from ladders. The employee must lift and/or move up to more than 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distant, color, peripheral, vision as well as depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. Position requires working outdoors for extended periods.
  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: 2-4 years related work experience.
  • Minimum Experience: Education or equivalent training, High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Reference ID: Maint Worker

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Assistant Property Manager Tampa

Assists the Property Manager in the day to day operation of the property by providing administrative support and maintaining general knowledge of the overall operations.

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  • Assists and administers lease agreements

  • Maintains quality tenant relations and builds positive relationships with tenants via phone or email. Inspect properties when directed by Manager

  • Assists with implementation of preventative maintenance programs working with Stiles Maintenance and Contractors

  • Collects monthly rent payments, contacts delinquent tenants

  • Follows up on all maintenance requests and assists tenants with operation questions and concerns

  • Assists in budget preparation, information gathering and data input

  • Assists in the preparation of new projects gathering information for operating and start-up budgets

  • Completes weekly timesheets

  • Completes the monthly reports for the Managers approval. Coordinate with Accounting Department on property accounting issues (i.e. rental charges, invoicing, reconciliation's, tenant billing and invoicing processing)

  • Process tenant reimbursements (card applications, invoices, conference room) to accounting and generate individual invoices for each tenant

  • Performs vacant space inspections

  • Monitor and dispatch maintenance services via Workspeed as necessary and advises manager of work activity

  • Complete Welcome Tenant Packages, Rental Commencement Letters and Tenant Space turnover

  • Coordinates tenant move-ins and move-outs

  • Maintain emergency notification list from tenants and vendors

  • Answer incoming calls

  • Open, date stamp, distribute daily mail

  • Order office supplies

  • Maintain office equipment leases; coordinate repairs

  • Maintain staff meeting minutes

  • Maintain inventory lists

  • Maintain filing current

  • Draft tenant newsletters

  • Responsible for maintenance of:

    • Emergency Procedures

    • Tenant Information Handbook

    • Standard Operating Procedures Manual

    • Emergency contact lists (tenant, vendor & staff)

    • Tenant & Vendor Insurance Reports

    • Tenant Occupational License



  • Review for accuracy:

    • Lease Abstracts

    • Lease Commission invoices / matches agreement



  • Maintains and Reports Risk Management Policies and Incidents — immediately upon occurrence

  • Verify completeness of property files and property binders

  • Maintains good relations with:

    • Tenants

    • Vendors

    • Brokers



  • Work with office members to achieve objectives

  • Prepare vendor contracts

  • Maintain vendors insurance current and consistent with contract requirements

  • Maintain vendor information

    • contract start date

    • certificate of insurance information

    • send W-9 to vendor for completion



  • File W-9 in binder and vendor file

  • Set up and maintain vendor files

  • Handle tenant complaints

  • Maintain key system logs

  • Ensure signage for new tenants is obtained

  • Code payables and input for manager's approval

  • Set up and maintain lease and property files

  • Maintain tenant insurance current and consistent with lease requirements

  • Send and file tenant rent statements monthly

  • Initiate tenant lobby events

  • Order tenant anniversary lunches/gifts

  • Respond to tenant & vendor inquiries

  • Maintain and prepare security after hours log

  • Maintain tenant conference room reservations

  • Maintain and update cleaning log

  • Review security log and note items of concern and generate work-orders

  • Process card access applications and make cards

  • Other duties may be assigned which are consistent with the position.

  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: Minimum of an Associates Degree preferred.
  • Minimum Experience: 1-3 years experience, preferably with commercial property management.
  • Reference ID: APM - Miami

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Maintenance Worker Orlando

Primary responsibility is to complete all tasks as directed by Property Management with minimum supervision and to report any condition affecting building services and tenant comfort or safety. Position includes traveling to multiple properties in the portfolio.

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
• Weekly inspections to include vacancy and paver/sidewalk (submit once a month.
• Monthly inspections to include roof and lighting (wall-pack, parking lot poles, canopies, and tenant signage).
• Quarterly inspections to include parking light poles (whole pole with base)
• Semi-annual inspection to include the adjustment of irrigation clocks and parking lot pole timeclocks and after-hour/midnight audit (coordinate with daylight savings time).
• Annual inspection to include foot candle readings.
• Committed to maintaining a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination.
• Comply with all OSHA Regulations and Health and Environmental Laws at all times.
• Initiates preventative maintenance programs and maintains property inspection logs.
• Keep all vacant spaces free from bugs, debris, and cobwebs.
• Look for leaks, plumbing and electrical issues.
• Maintain all work area and equipment/storage room in clean organized manner.
• Monitor property condition and report to Manager.
• Monitoring inventory and purchases, tenant work orders, sub-contractors' performance and quality of work as needed.
• Painting and sweeping of common areas, mechanical/electrical rooms, equipment rooms, rises, backflows, curbs, etc.
• Perform pressure cleaning as needed.
• Perform work orders as assigned by management.
• Performs general maintenance such as drywall repairs, light plumbing, painting, ceiling tiles change out, etc.
• Prepare and be available for hurricane procedures and emergencies.
• Provide inspection reports in a timely manner to meet reporting deadlines.
• Provides service to tenants.
• Remove and/ or repair all potential hazards to void injuries
• Replace light bulbs and ballasts as needed.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:
Any Stiles issued vehicle is to be kept clean and washed at all times. Schedule any maintenance on the Enterprise App for the Stiles' vehicle. Personal basic tools are required. On Call is required.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
2-4 years related work experience. Education or equivalent training, High School
Diploma or GED equivalent. English skills.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Basic computer skills are required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and sit and to use hands to handle, or feel tools, or controls; to reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Climb and work from ladders. The employee must lift and/or move up to more than 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distant, color, peripheral, vision as well as depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: Education or equivalent training, High School Diploma or GED equivalent. English skills.
  • Minimum Experience: 2-4 years related work experience
  • Reference ID:

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Stiles Retail Group

Retail Acquisitions Associate Ft. Lauderdale

This position will provide market research, assist in Site Selection, and general development and redevelopment support and analysis. It supports and is based at the Stiles Ft. Lauderdale headquarters.

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Track the top major national retailers operating in targeted Florida markets.
• Identify voids throughout Florida for development & redevelopments opportunities (i.e. shopping center sites or build to suits).
• Maintain and develop a contact list of property owners and joint venture development partners.
• Driving (markets, sites, etc.) in Florida will be approximately 50% of work time.
• Assist in the evaluation of both the feasibility and profitability of retail investment opportunities.
• Assist in evaluating project feasibility, including proforma creation and ARGUS analysis.
• Performs preliminary due diligence as required.
• Assist in assembling and producing project approval packages for presentation.
• Maintain on-going current market knowledge.

ATTRIBUTES:
• High initiative and proactive.
• Collaborative and a team player.
• Highly organized with attention to details.
• Excellent computer skills (MS Office), including excel proficiency.
• Knowledge of ARGUS.
• Strong work ethic and desire to produce a high-quality work product.
• Quick learner
  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Real Estate, Economics or Finance
  • Minimum Experience: Leasing or Tenant Rep background, &/or knowledge of local RE markets a plus
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Stiles Tenant Project Management

Tenant Improvement Project Manager Ft. Lauderdale

Plan, budget, direct, coordinate, and manage activities concerned with the design, permitting and construction of tenant improvements, and alterations of commercial interior and exterior common areas.

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Organize and participate in the preliminary planning and formulation of design alternatives with Owners Architects for lease prospects, lease exhibits and existing property improvements.

  • Develop preliminary project budgets and critical path schedules to assist Owners agents in reaching the goals necessary for lease prospects, lease exhibits and existing property improvements.

  • Manage the direction and execution of multiple construction projects.
    Review and approve preliminary and final construction documents.

  • Assemble permit plans, prepare permit forms for processing, coordinate the submittal package and monitor plan approval process.

  • Obtain and analyze competitive bids and prepare final price documentation for Owner approval.

  • Negotiates awards, executes and administers Construction and Design professional contracts. Additionally, negotiate revisions, changes and additions to contractual agreements with architects, consultants, clients, suppliers and subcontractors.

  • Administer project budgets, fiscal controls, and requisition the responsible party in accordance with Lease documents.

  • Provide and enforce building procedures for all contractors including sub-contractors including but not limited to hours of operations, attire, waste removal, construction procedures, etc.

  • Confer with owners, contractors, building departments and design professionals to discuss and resolve matters such as work procedures, complaints, and construction problems.

  • Conduct necessary site visits and reports, monitor project quality control, and approve construction applications for payment.

  • Coordinate with Owners / Tenants vendors during construction and assist with occupancy and relocation per the Contract / Lease document.

  • Secure project construction close out documentation, as-built documents, list of finishes and sub-contractors and prepare final project reconciliation.

  • Understands and look for life cycle cost-effective ways to embrace and implement LEED sustainability in assigned construction projects as required or directed.

  • Prepare and administer building rules and regulations as it relates to Tenant Improvements and commercial alterations and OSHA Guidelines.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Position is responsible for the indirect supervision and coordination of and between Design professionals, Contractors, sub-contractors, Property Management, Asset Management and leasing personnel.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor's degree or equivalent or a minimum of three years' experience in construction project management or related job experience, or a combination thereof. Complete OSHA 10 hour Occupational Safety and Health Training Course in Construction Safety & Health every 3 years of service.
  • Type: Full-time
  • Education: Bachelor's Degree
  • Minimum Experience: 3-5 years
  • Reference ID: TI PM

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