Come and join one of the best companies to work for in the State of Florida!

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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Partnership Accountant Ft. Lauderdale

This position provides comprehensive financial reporting on multiple Real Estate partnerships.

  • Responsible for all aspects of Property Management Accounting including processing daily cash receipts, generating monthly tenant charges and statements, generating management fee billings, abstracting leases and tenant set up in Timberline, MRI and Yardi systems, yearend CAM reconciliations, and regular communication with Property Managers regarding tenant issues.
  • Responsible for assisting with budgeting process in Kardin.
  • Responsible for preparing and filing monthly sales tax returns.
  • Responsible for preparing tangible personal property tax returns.
  • Month end responsibilities include reviewing trial balance and budget variance, processing all journal entries, bank reconciliations, generating monthly financial statements.
  • Responsible for weekly review of invoice coding from Property Management and Development. Review and code all owners’ expense invoices. Weekly review of accounts payable and responsible for invoice payment selection.
  • Monthly preparation of draw requests to lenders and review of job cost variance reporting. Communicate regularly with Development and Construction departments.
  • Responsible for set up and maintenance of all partnership accounting records.
  • Track and record fixed assets and depreciation

This is a remote position that requires initial training at the Stiles Corporate Headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

  • Type: full-time
  • Education: Bachelor's Degree
  • Minimum Experience: 3-5 years
  • Reference ID: Partnership Accountant

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Staff Accountant Ft. Lauderdale

This position processes accounts receivable; to create invoices, post and track receivables and payments, to reconcile accounts receivable and exchange accounts on a monthly basis for assigned divisions within the Stiles Corporation umbrella.

  • Create and post invoices, set up customer records, generate recurring charges, generate and mail invoices on a monthly or as needed basis for Development, Architecture, Realty, Property Management, REIS, and Corporate divisions.  
  • Record all invoices in the accounts receivable system to facilitate the timely and accurate recording of all revenue for all assigned departments and to post cash receipts. 
  • Generate aged delinquency reports and produce month end reports, tie cash receipts and accounts receivable to the ledger and produce and maintain revenue, commission and exchange schedules as assigned. 
  • Review the aged delinquency reports and to contact division managers regarding aged outstanding items and ascertain the collection effort of the receivable item and to maintain the integrity of the receivable information by establishing a good communication network with internal associates and provide customer reconciliations as needed.  It is the responsibility of this position to follow up and follow through on all collection efforts. 
  • Abstract partnership agreements and investment management agreements and establish and maintain recurring charges for accounting and asset management fees and quarterly investment management fees and to keep the partnership accounts payable staff updated with a current schedule of recurring charges for assigned division.
  • Analyze and reconcile monthly corporate bank statement. 
  • Remote deposit entries, update daily cash report and subsidiary ledgers as need.  As needed, perform the tasks of Construction accounts payable for vendor and sub payments utilizing Timberline, Textura and TimberScan. 



Must be proficient with a multitude of Microsoft applications including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.  Experience of working in a Construction, Engineering, and/or Development office, or a related business, preferred. 



Must possess the ability to accurately abstract data from management agreements, leasing documents, construction and architecture contracts and communicate effectively with internal associates; must also possess good phone and writing skills necessary to communicate when needed, utilizing tact and common polite verbiage. Must possess the ability to calculate including adding, subtracting, dividing, percentages, averaging and formulate equations. Ability to differentiate between common sense and nonsensical data and apply the Stiles standard of fairness and morality to everyday situations. 

  • Type: full-time
  • Education: Associate’s degree from a college or university
  • Minimum Experience: 3-5 years experience. Must have thorough knowledge of accounting practices and principles, and automated payroll and accounts receivable system experience necessary. 
  • Reference ID: Staff Acct

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Stiles Construction

Preconstruction Manager Ft. Lauderdale

Entry level estimating position for individual performing construction cost estimates for individual projects up to $10 million, for a total of $50-60 million annually.

  • Receive, organize and qualify subcontractor proposals to determine “low”, “qualified” subcontractors.
  • Perform plan review and formulate trade summaries.
  • Prepare formal estimates in Timberline Precision estimating software.
  • Perform subcontractor buyout procedures, including subcontractor comparison spreadsheet, writing letters of intent, writing subcontracts and preparing a buyout recap sheet.
  • Work with subcontractors and design professionals to resolve all issues related to estimate.
  • Learn and participate in Preconstruction department procedures.
  • Prepare estimate related presentation-grade documents (qualification, exclusions, allowances, alternates, value engineering, drawings list, line item breakdown, etc.) for presentation to client(s).
  • Assist others with ballpark estates and larger projects while learning estimating techniques, department procedures, and perform regularly scheduled jobsite visits to familiarize individual with construction industry.
  • Other miscellaneous Preconstruction department related activities as may be directed by  Directors of Precon.
  • Type: full-time
  • Education: Four year college degree in construction related field, or commensurate experience.
  • Minimum Experience: 3-5 years
  • Reference ID: Precon Mgr

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Project Accountant Ft. Lauderdale

This position reports to lead project manager and assists in the preparation and execution of financial management of project budgets, costs, and billings. This positions also ensures contracts and change orders are processed efficiently. This position also is responsible for collecting and organizing documentation related to contractual and financial management of the project.


  • Completing project set-up and setting up project budget and schedule of values.
  • Reviewing job cost audit and variance reports to ensure the job is staying within budget. Helping the project manager prepare for internal monthly financial reviews.
  • Receiving, reviewing, coding and routing vendor invoices to project manager via Accounting.
  • Opening, organizing, maintaining, reconciling, and closing all utilities and all other miscellaneous invoicing.
  • Tracking all utilities by unit for opening, payment, and turnover of units.
  • Assisting the project manager in the preparation and submission of the monthly draw request package including gathering and preparation of supporting documentation, tying line items, and balancing Billings and Budgets.
    • Maintaining the deadlines for the project team and subcontractors for owner draw cycle including sub change order entry and owner change order entry.
    • Tracking submission and payment dates and status of all Owner draws.
    • Preparing sub draws for project team review and approval.
    • Assembling back-up for billing including all GC invoicing packages and other miscellaneous invoicing, and subcontractor billings.
    • Preparing information for Project Manager to complete the Owner G702 and G703 and as may be required by Owner/Lender.
    • Ensuring timely assembly and submission of Owner draw for Project Manager approval and routes through DocuSign for execution.
  • Ensuring Notice of Commencement is in place and tracking expiration date.
  • Maintaining Notice to Owner log of subs and sub-subs.
  • Collecting and screening insurance certificates and tracking expirations, coordinating with Risk Manager for exceptions and processing.
  • Ensuring subcontractor bonding is in place per company limits and tracking documentation of the same.
  • Collecting and submitting lien releases and satisfaction of liens.
  • Tracking OCIP/CCIP enrollments and credits and coordinate with OCIP/CCIP administrator for the same.
  • Assemble and route for execution subcontract agreements.
  • Review, prepare and route for execution subcontractor change orders and ensure change orders are organized in the sub back-up in Textura.
  • Assisting project team and subcontractor with compliance with Owner Direct Purchase programs.
  • Follow up and tracking owner change orders and sub-contract change orders to ensure they are processed timely.
  • Participating in project staff meetings.
  • Actively managing subcontractor payment holds in Textura and coordinating with project staff for releases of the same.
  • Acting as the project job-site office manager.
  • Additional duties may be assigned as needed.


  • Applicant must have a strong working knowledge of general contractor processes and procedures including familiarity with AIA documents, change orders, sub-contractor applications, retention calculation and must possess strong analytical skills and be capable of presenting accounting financial reporting in a manner easily comprehended.
  • Candidate must be well organized and be capable of working within stringent time constraints.
  • Excellent oral and written skills are a must. Candidate must have the ability to form strong working relationships with owners, owner’s reps, project managers, superintendents, sub-contractors, vendors, and internal associates.


Excellent Excel skills are a must including the ability to create and maintain multiple spreadsheets and create formulas. Microsoft Outlook and Word efficiency is a must. Familiarity with project management and financial management software such as Procore, Textura, Timberscan, and MyCOI. Familiarity with PDF editing tools and PowerPoint are a plus.

  • Type: full-time
  • Education: Associate's Degree
  • Minimum Experience: 3-5 years
  • Reference ID: Project Accountant

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Project Administrator Ft. Lauderdale

Provide professional administrative support for project executives, project managers and superintendents. Create, edit and produce written documentation (i.e. subcontracts, change orders, releases of liens logs, letters and memos). Must demonstrate superior written and verbal communication skills and be a team player.


  • Edit, proofread and produce original contracts and contract change orders through Procore and DocuSign.
  • Create and maintain release of lien schedules and other legal and accounting documentation, to include payment and performance bonds, notices to owners, contractor affidavits and releases of liens, etc. using various software including Excel, Textura, and Procore and Timberline.
  • Assist in the execution of monthly applications for payment (owner requisitions).  Provide lender and owner required backup, and distribute owner requisitions and change orders to all relevant parties as needed.
  • Utilize Procore, Timberline, Textura and MyCOI databases for compiling information and providing reports to project executives and project managers on a monthly and/or as-needed basis.
  • Manage subcontractors’ compliance requirements for payment:  Notify subcontractors of their obligations and confirm receipt of same (i.e. payment and performance bonds, certificates of insurance, vendor & supplier releases of liens).
  • Tracking of NTOs and sub tier subcontractors.
  • Provide troubleshooting, mediation and public relations services between all involved parties for the duration of the project.
  • Track jobsite personnel hours.  Coordinate with other project administrators and project executes for overlapping schedules and confirmation of timesheets.
  • Cross Training of duties and responsibilities required within the department.
  • On occasions, assist in covering responsibilities during the absence of other project administrators.
  • Assist project managers and superintendents in the project closeout process.  Duties include, but not limited to preparation of closeout documents (i.e. contractors final affidavits and releases of liens, letters of guarantees), confirm subcontractors’ final funding, and prepare documents for archiving.
  • Attend meetings / classes relevant to the project and position.


  • Computer Literate; including proficiency in Microsoft Office. Proficiency in Procore, Textura, DocuSign a plus
  • Must understand and possess the ability to perform basic arithmetic, account payables and receivables functions within the scope of this position.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects and tasks with varied deadlines.
  • Organizational skills required.  Ability to organize prioritize, analyze and reach sound decision/conclusion for the attainment of prescribed results or the proper application of established work methods and/or procedures.
  • Required to be a “team player”, great attitude and pleasant demeaner.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Knowledge of the Florida Lien Law, a plus.


Must have the ability to effectively communicate and interact successfully with Peers, Clients (Owners), and Project Executives, Project Managers, Superintendents, Subcontractors / Vendors and all related corporate divisions.  Superior grammar and language skills required.



Notary Public, a plus can acquire while in position.

  • Type: full-time
  • Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent.
  • Minimum Experience: Construction experience including knowledge of terms and CSI codes a plus.
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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.


  • 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.


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


  • 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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Project Superintendent Ft. Lauderdale

Responsible for subcontractor coordination and supervision, jobsite safety, coordination of inspections on the jobsite and assists the Project Manager in the pursuit of a profitable and “on-time” project. Responsible for projects up to $75 million in size.


  • Scheduling and coordination of subcontractors and Stiles labor and materials.
  • Plan & review construction program including plan layout, equipment requirements and manpower.
  • Daily review of “work in place” and compliance of work with plans.
  • Quality control procedures and requirements.
  • Weekly project safety meetings and daily safety inspections.
  • Interpret and apply all company safety policies to ensure these are adhered to.
  • Daily update of schedule status with Project Manager.
  • Work with Project Manager to establish temporary construction services.
  • Daily recordkeeping for project (i.e. number of subs, trades, deliveries).
  • Review of shop drawings and submittals for compliance with plans for Architect and Engineer.
  • Scheduling of Building & Zoning inspections.
  • Review of invoices and requisitions.
  • Review of subcontracts.
  • Work with Project Manager to establish monthly requisition to Owner.
  • Assure the continued development of assembled staff.
  • Have complete knowledge of and ensure that the project’s Equal Employment
  • Opportunity requirements are met.
  • Have complete knowledge of and understand the estimate.


Supervises subcontractors.  Responsible for scheduling, assigning work, and interpreting directions from upper management.

  • Type: full-time
  • Education: Education or equivalent training, typically found in four year degree or certification programs and 10 years experience, or 15 years related experience.
  • Minimum Experience: 10 years
  • Reference ID: Superintendent

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Safety Manager Ft. Lauderdale

This position, under limited supervision, implements the maintenance of a comprehensive safety, health and environmental affairs program for the Construction department. Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local regulations and standards involving (but not limited to) general safety and health and hazard analysis.


  • Implements and over-sees day-to-day job site safety. Conducts job site inspections and orientations.
  • Implements and maintains comprehensive programs in the areas of general safety and health and implements preventive programs to identify and reduce risks form potential hazards on job sites and in the workplace..
  • Trains, supervises and evaluates employees with regards to safety.
  • Works with Safety Director to develop and implement employee injury prevention strategies and program(s); monitors program effectiveness and makes adjustments as necessary.
  • Performs accident investigation and follow up on accident claims. Includes maintenance of accident records.
  • Ensures compliance with all environmental health and safety standards promulgated by all local, state, and federal agencies through development and implementation of on-site inspection and monitoring programs.
  • Keeps abreast of pending regulatory developments through reference sources.
  • Attend courses and seminars to maintain and increase technical education.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.


This role requires intermediate experience in safety and health with a particular focus in the Construction business.  An excellent track record of delivering results within challenging parameters.  Exceptional team building and diplomatic skills along with excellent safety and construction knowledge of multi-tasked capital projects.  The ability to influence others and take an independent view on key issues.  A high level of credibility in the safety and construction field.  Other skills required (but not limited to):

  • Knowledge of environmental health standards
  • Ability to plan and evaluate programs.
  • Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
  • Ability to use independent judgment and to manage and impart information to a range of clientele and/or medial sources.
  • Ability to develop, implement and enforce safety programs and protocols.
  • Skill in performing safety inspections and ensuring compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Knowledge of current developments/trends in area of expertise.
  • Type: full-time
  • Education: Bachelor's Degree
  • Minimum Experience: 3-5 years
  • Reference ID: Safety Mgr

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Stiles Property Management

Assistant Property Manager Ft. Lauderdale

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.

  • 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 structure or safety.


  • 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.


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


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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Maintenance Worker Ft. Lauderdale

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.

• 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.

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.

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

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.

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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Senior Facilities Manager Ft. Lauderdale

The Senior Facilities Manager will be primarily responsible for managing and overseeing multiple facilities including train stations, train yards, and office facilities. The Senior Facilities Manager will be responsible for ensuring preventative maintenance, inspections and repair tasks are entered into the Maintenance Management System (MMS) and completed within required timeframes and in accordance with contract language.

  • The Senior Facilities Manager will be responsible for providing final authority and oversight over all stations so that a consistent, reliable, management experience is delivered.
  • Assign subordinate duties and responsibilities to staff and subcontractors
  • Plan, prepare, and monitor the completion of work, including the implementation of online checklists within the MMS for various equipment and systems that required periodic and/or regular inspections
  • Communicate priorities for all work and ensure completion times are met in accordance with the contract documents
  • Establish procedures and schedules for recurring maintenance in accordance with the OEM manuals, warranties, and industry best practices.
  • Identify and track all equipment and systems under warranty and ensure warranty provisions are complied with to maintain warranty coverage
  • Create PM checklists for specific equipment and tasks to be used by maintenance personnel, monitor compliance, and revise as needed.
  • Oversee “Extra Work” requests for approval, as required, for tasks outside the contracted scope of work (such as repairs due to damage or destruction due to natural disasters, etc.)
  • Review the SMP quarterly and update it as required for best in class operating standards
  • Create inventory equipment lists and tracking documents for various equipment, systems, property, certifications, warranties, etc.:
    • Equipment Inventory List – includes HVAC systems, backflow preventers, irrigation systems, fire extinguishers, lighting, Generators, etc.  The Equipment Inventory list will list all equipment “In Service” and equipment  “Temporarily Out of Service.”  Separate reports can be run for equipment that has or will be “Removed From Service.”
    • Property & Parts Inventory – Includes a listing of back stock/attic stock supplies and materials on hand, and the storage location for each item such as light bulbs, glass windows, CCTV cameras, batteries, paint supplies, safety supplies, emergency telephones, elevator repair components, etc.
  • Review (and write as needed) contracts/amendments and assisting with vendor insurance compliance.
  • Review and approve monthly invoicing for proper submittal compliance
  • Review and approve monthly financial reports
  • Review and sign incident reports. Assist with claims handling and additional information requests from insurance carriers or other third parties.
  • Compile annual budgets
  • Review and send various reports to client
  • Assign and monitor staffing schedules and performance (in-house and 3rd party).
  • Review and send daily/weekly/monthly reports to project manager.
  • Respond to emergency maintenance requests as required; troubleshoot issues to determine cause and solution.
  • Ensure 100 % of the Stations and Facilities are available and usable during operating hours including rest rooms, customer amenities, elevators, escalators, and parking facilities in operating condition for use, including for use by the customers, Third Parties, and Other Contractors.
  • Prepare and lead bi-weekly team meetings.



Support personnel, clerical, and secretarial people directly report to this position. Responsible for scheduling, assigning work, reviewing contract compliance, interpreting higher level directions, recommending increases, transfers and discharges.  Employee must be able to supervise and manage 3rd party contractors and provide quality assurance inspections and follow up actions.



Must have excellent computer skills especially with MS Word and Excel.



  • Ability to participate in a rotational on-call schedule to respond to emergency work orders on nights and weekends
  • Excellent leadership, teaching, coaching abilities
  • Ability to write an RFP
  • Outstanding customer service skills
  • Team player
  • High integrity and honest
  • Multi-tasker
  • Tactful and diplomatic
  • Type: full-time
  • Education: Bachelors Degree preferred
  • Minimum Experience: 7-10 years relevant experience
  • Reference ID: Sr Facilities Mgr

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Station Maintenance Technician Ft. Lauderdale

The Maintenance Technician will support the Station Maintenance Manager in the day-to-day operation of the station and facilities by providing technical support on building systems, ensuring all systems are being maintained at the highest recommended level, overseeing construction and major repair projects, monitoring safety and assisting in any other physical operations of the stations. Responsible for coordinating and organizing maintenance support staff to perform required tasks to achieve operational goals in accordance with the Contract Documents.

  • Must have extensive knowledge of HVAC systems, fire control, standby generator, security systems and all other related station equipment
  • Extensive knowledge of LEED/green sustainable practices
  • Perform this role with the highest professionalism, enforcing standards of conduct, policies with employees and sub-contractors
  • Monitor the safety of the stations, report incidents with documentation and mitigate loss
  • Initiate preventative maintenance programs along with tracking and scheduling tasks
  • Input all required reports to the Maintenance Management System
  • Supervise station maintenance personnel
  • Plans weekly work schedule and assigns tasks
  • Monitors inventory and purchases materials as needed
  • Ensures contractors comply with contract specifications
  • Performs work orders as assigned by management
  • Monitors property condition and reports to Manager
  • Responsible for all aspects of station operations including: Life Safety systems, lighting systems, HVAC system, elevator/escalator, generator system, plumbing and security systems and any other tasks that management deems necessary
  • Supervise maintenance personnel, training, scheduling, safety procedures
  • Committed to maintaining a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination
  • Procures and evaluates proposals
  • Provides training of roll-up and sliding doors, door hardware and lock maintenance
  • Sets goals and objectives–short-term and long-term–for maintenance staff.
  • Solicits bids in accordance with procurement requirements.
  • Oversees preparation of reports, such as statistical and data analysis reports.
  • Performs and oversees the daily, weekly, monthly, and annual operational tasks required in the Contract Documents
  • Type: full-time
  • Education: High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum Experience: 2-4 years
  • Reference ID: Station Maint Tech

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