The Division Manager plans, organizes and manages staff to perform and achieve property and facilities management objectives for City-owned and leased facilities and properties. The incumbent carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. The incumbent must maintain a thorough knowledge of administrative policies and procedures, standard operating guidelines/procedures.
The Division Manager acts independently in accomplishing functions within organizational/departmental policies and guidelines. The incumbent is responsible for development and supervision of all positions within the division. A high level of interpersonal skills is required for dealing with citizens as well as with department and agency personnel.
The Division Manager is responsible for developing standards to maintain and enhance/upgrade current City facilities and properties. Incumbent develops and implements strategic and tactical plans for property and facilities management operations. The Division Manager also recommends appropriate facility and property purchases and sales by the City of Dayton. The incumbent works closely with the Purchasing Division to centralize receipt and distribution of City purchased assets to ensure proper asset tracking.
The Division Manager oversees the City’s program of repair, remodeling, preventive maintenance, security and relocation of space in City buildings, whether owned or leased by the City. These activities include electrical, plumbing, building maintenance, construction work, and alarm systems. The incumbent also oversees the security of City owned facilities and properties. This is achieved through City personnel and surveillance equipment as well as private security firms when deemed appropriate.
Bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management, Property Management, Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field AND three (3) years of supervisory experience in Facilities and/or Property Management.
Must have a valid driver's license at time of appointment and maintain as a condition of employment.
Internal Number: 21-6193-001
About City of Dayton
Dayton is a bustling urban center surrounded by close-knit neighborhoods. It is a manufacturing
giant becoming an innovative hub for technology. It is a hotbed for fine arts, ranked among the very best in the nation. It is the epicenter of international aviation and aerospace. It is home to bountiful and well-maintained parks and rivers. It is the virtual center of commerce in America.
But Dayton is, first and foremost, defined by its people.
Innovators, inventors and dreamers mix seamlessly with hard-working tradespeople in pursuit of the American dream. It is filled with vitality and resilience. A unique blend of palpable energy and
unmistakable optimism. And yet, it remains balanced with Midwestern pragmatism. Dayton is a city steeped in history, yet positioned for the future.
Launched in 2011, the Welcome Dayton initiative established a framework for welcoming and integrating foreign-born residents. By embracing an inclusive attitude and promoting a diverse yet integrated community, Dayton has attracted a rich mixture of immigrant backgrounds that have rebounded a population decline, revitalized neighborhoods, fostered economic development and bro...ught new, exciting arts and culture to the city. Welcome Dayton has garnered national recognition from Time, Forbes, The New York Times, NPR and other major news media, as well as partnerships with the White House and Welcoming America.
Dayton's 2,570 manufacturing companies earn $36.6 billion in annual sales (Source: Dayton RMA). These industries make Dayton a force to be reckoned with in the national Makers Movement. New technologies and critical products emerge form Dayton labs, workshops and businesses. The people of Dayton are moving the needle on new frontiers at state-of-the-art facilities.
As we plan for the future, Dayton's leaders make decisions today that pave the way for a better, brighter tomorrow. This entails using and preserving the abundant natural resources of our region in a reasonable, responsible manner. Our 1.5 trillion-gallon aquifer ensures clean drinking water to the Dayton area, protected by the Source Water Protection Program. Dayton's climate and landscape have made it the outdoor capital of the Midwest, offering recreation opportunities from water sports where rivers converge in downtown to hiking, biking and more along the nation's largest paved trail network.