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Groundskeeper/Porter to perform a variety of tasks to improve and maintain the physical quality of assigned property, and perform maintenance tasks, repairs and projects. Minimum 1 year experience in grounds keeping or general property maintenance. High school diploma or GED required. Valid Florida driver license required.
STAFF SUPPORT SPECIALIST – FMCC (Full-time)
Performs A/P functions and provides administrative support to accounting staff. This position prepares reports and correspondence, performs recordkeeping and reporting related to accounting operations, screens and routes telephone calls, and processes mail and internal documents. Must be proficient in Windows operating system and MS Office software including Word and Excel, and able to operate internet applications and email as well as external vendors’ and applicable proprietary software programs including FileVision, Yardi and HAB software. Must have good oral and written communication skills, and be knowledgeable of phone systems and modern office practices. Three years' experience and valid Florida driver's license required. Associates degree preferred.
STAFF SUPPORT SPECIALIST – PUBLIC HOUSING (Full-time)
Manage the front desk/office area for senior apartment communities. Must be proficient in Microsoft Applications (Word, Excel, Outlook) w/ minimum 1-2 years experience. Knowledge of phone systems and modern office practices required. Must have good oral and written communication skills. High School diploma or GED required.
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR II
Performs and directs the efficient and effective maintenance department operations of assigned high-rise property or any additional properties assigned. Ensures the highest physical quality of property. Coordinates work schedules and monitors daily staff performance. Maintains oversight of expense controls and risk management. Conducts and manages repairs as well as preventative maintenance in vacant apartments, resident apartments and common areas. Assist with maintenance tasks and repairs as needed. Ensures compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations as well as company policy. Bachelor’s degree preferred; equivalent combination of experience, education and training may substitute for degree. Possession of valid EPA/CFC certification and valid Florida driver license required.