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Facilities/Project Manager                                                                                        September 12, 2018
Canyon Park

Contact: [email protected]


This position will be responsible for the overall facilities management of a 13 building, 940,000 sf campus including but not limited to: engineering team leadership, day-to-day facility operation systems, vendor & contractor management, and Project Management responsibilities. This position will work in a fast-paced collaborative environment that is focused on quality work both with internal and external clients and business partners and be required to communicate at several levels from the executive to front line operations with equal effectiveness.  In addition, the position will also oversee and coordinate multiple capital construction and tenant improvement projects throughout the campus.

Position Location:  Orem, UT

Primary Focus:

  • Provide strong leadership and support to a facilities and real estate team.
  • Select, develop, and evaluate team members to ensure the efficient operation of the facilities team.
  • Provide facility operational support on complex issues, troubleshooting and problem solving as required.
  • Control costs and manage operational budget.
  • Build partnerships with third-party vendors, services providers, and contactors, while ensuring most cost effective methods are being used.
  • .Oversee space allocation and layout activities, and facilities expansion/consolidation/construction projects.
  • Research and implement new technology to improve operational efficiency.
  • Manage preventive maintenance of equipment, machinery, buildings, and other facilities programs.
  • Coordinate the design, planning, budget, and schedule for facility modifications, including estimates on construction, equipment, labor, materials and other related costs.
  • Participate in the design and develop of organizational policies relevant to the facilities department.
  • Recommends/implements improvements for preventive maintenance programs on an on-going basis and develop/maintain effective building-specific maintenance and safety procedure manuals.
  • Monitor building utilities, for maintenance, and cost control.
  • Ensures compliance with all customer, Local, State, and Federal requirements.
  • Successfully follow corporate guidelines and standards while thinking creatively on implementation of processes. 


  • Thoughtful, honest communication with team, employees and vendors.
  • A thoughtful, generous team leader.
  • Strong personal motivation to exceed expectations.
  • Ability to multi-task over shifting priorities/projects.
  • Very strong organization and prioritization skills.


  • BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience.
  • 10 years of relevant leadership experience with an emphasis on facility efficiencies, corporate services, and property management.
  • Knowledge of commercial manufacturing building mechanical system, including domestic water supply and distribution, high and low pressure compressed air, cooling water systems with cooling towers, gas distribution, and HVAC systems.
  • Handle multiple projects at various sites on a fast-paced schedule, while dealing with some vagueness and an ever changing environment.

Building Engineer                                                                                                     September 12, 2018
LakePointe Property Management
Contact: [email protected]


The Building Engineer must have a working knowledge of building maintenance needs including: HVAC, elevators, plumbing, fire sprinklers, fire alarms, cameras systems and video recording equipment; locks and keying systems, card access and building security.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Responsible for maintenance, operation, repair, and cleanliness of all buildings and associated properties.  This includes all Building Technician duties that involves basic property maintenance responsibilities.

2. Maintain and operate building equipment to ensure ultimate performance while improving upon energy management programs to operate all systems efficiently.  Follow manufacturing preventative maintenance guidelines for all building equipment.

a. Types of equipment responsible for includes, but is not limited to, the operation maintenance and repair of all boilers, heaters, pumps, valves,  condensers, evaporators, piping and pumps used in conjunction with water distribution, including all sinks, toilet bowls, supply lines, drains and water lines.  Life safety and security systems equipment maintenance as applicable and relative to engineer’s knowledge base.

Other Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Floor and carpet repair
• Responsible for upkeep of fountains and roundabouts
• Repair and maintain all type of doors
• Clear clogs in toilets and sinks
• Move office furniture

Knowledge and Skills
• Life safety system experience required
• Understand safety rules and regulations
• Basic knowledge of HVAC systems
• Able to understand blueprints
• Excellent customer service skills, helpful, pleasant and cooperative
• Willing to perform various tasks as directed
• Windows 10, Microsoft Office and Gmail experience required
• Work an on-call rotation schedule for afterhours building emergencies.
• Own a valid driver’s license

Physical Abilities
• Able to stand for extended periods of time
• Able to lift, carry and move light to medium weight, up to 50 lbs. regularly
• Able to climb, stoop, kneel and crouch on a regular basis
• Able to work outside in all weather conditions

Education and Experience
• High School diploma as demonstrated by math, reading and writing skills sufficient to understand all instructions, read work orders, read plans and drawings, and make measurements

• Trustworthy and dependable
• Detail oriented
• Self-starter and able to work independently
• Able to follow through with projects and tasks
• Good problem-solving skills
• Able to work well with others

Community Ambassador                                                                                          August 27, 2018
Innovation Pointe
Contact: [email protected]

Who You Are

• You represent the Innovation Pointe brand, community goals and develop commitments.  Become the face of Innovation Pointe for the tenants.
• You are engaging, outgoing, positive, approachable, high‐energy, social, passionate, forward hinking, and an idea generator.
• You are creative and able to bring new ideas to the Innovation Pointe brand and community strategy.
• You have proven skills in social media and influencing.  Able to learn and speak the Innovation Pointe brand consistently in all social, digital and verbal communications.
• You have exceptional customer service, oral and written communication, and presentation skills.
• You are able to develop regular and engaging community activities and content.
• You have exceptional networking skills that gain the trust of community members.
• You are a natural leader and an empathetic listener.
• You have the ability to foster loyal relationships and become a catalyst for community building. •
You possess a general knowledge of marketing principles, specifically social media, and community building marketing strategies.

What You Do

Community Management
• Develop strategies, implement, promote, and manage community services, activities, and events that engage tenants.  Assist guests in building a community connection and utilize the building amenity spaces and common areas.
• Develop and implement activities such as community BBQs, sporting event parties, movie on the lawn nights, and community contests.
• Produce activities, events, and social gatherings that engage the wider local technical and innovative community.
• Provide credible, trustworthy, and friendly information to community tenants and guests.
• Become the human connection point between the Innovation Pointe tenants and building management team.
Community Concierge & Food Service Coordinator
• Provide tenant concierge services including recommendations for transportation, lodging, mobile barber, car wash, and dry‐cleaning.
• Develop and coordinate pop‐up retail amenities for tenants, such as a local floral vendor for holidays.
• Coordinate daily food truck rotations, catered activity or event meals.
• Coordinate with vendors to keep common amenity areas stocked with complimentary food and drink.

Property Management
• Develop relocation guides for tenants new to the area to help them familiarize with activities and local culture.
• Report and observe maintenance repair needs.  Clearly communicate priorities to the building management team.
• Assist in move‐ins and move‐outs, and maintain a consistent on‐brand tenant experience.
• Expense management for events and activities.
• General/light cleaning of communal spaces as needed.
• Monitor tenant and visitor adherence to building rules and regulations.
• Conduct tours as needed to maintain building occupancy.

Tenant & Community Engagement
• Engage in the market community by attending events and networking with local start‐ups and organizations.
• Act as the promoter of the Innovation Pointe community, values, and commitments.
• Prepare regular tenant newsletters, highlighting upcoming external events and building activities.
• Coordinate and facilitate social awareness and community ‘give‐back’ events and campaigns. Examples include food drives, blood drives, and community outreach.

Social Media & Online Presence
• Manage the Innovation Pointe online and social brand reputation.
• Stay up to date on digital and social technologies, providing engaging text, image, and video content for social media accounts.
• Respond to social media comments in a timely manner.

Building Maintenance Technician                                                                            June 18, 2018
Lake Pointe Property Management
Contact: Angie - [email protected]

Looking for a full-time entry level building technician. The person will be responsible for maintaining the appearance and physical condition of commercial, retail and industrial buildings primarily in the Salt Lake Valley. Must have basic knowledge of building, grounds, and equipment maintenance sufficient to perform routine maintenance tasks. Must also maintain clear and respectful communication with tenants and coworkers regarding maintenance issues. We offer excellent benefits which include Health / Dental 401(k) match / Life / PTO Responsibilities: Routine maintenance for building, grounds and equipment Building and common area up-keep. Must maintain clean properties Routine maintenance for lighting, HVAC, minor plumbing and electrical work Read, understand and interpret work schedules and work order requests Accurately document work performed on work orders Complete assignments in an effective and timely manner unsupervised Minimal weekend or night on-call rotation Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent Valid driver's license and reliable vehicle (mileage reimbursed). Clean driving record preferred Able to stand for extended periods of time Able to lift, carry and move light to medium weight, up to 50 lbs regularly Able to climb, stoop, kneel and crouch on a regular basis Able to work outside in all weather conditions Basic computer skills (Windows and Gmail) and basic iPhone skills (Apple) Good communication skills. Clear and respectful Understand safety rules and regulations Must be trustworthy, dependable, organized and detail oriented Email resume to [email protected]

Property Manager                                                                                                        May 7, 2018
The Boyer Company
Contact: Terri Ard - [email protected]

Boyer Company is seeking an individual to fill a Property Management position at Business Depot in Ogden, Utah. This person must take ownership of projects and be willing to work closely with Project and Construction Management. 


  • ·        Responsible for maintaining contracts and budgets
  • ·        Upkeep of buildings at BDO.
  • ·        Scrutinizing and reporting on aged delinquencies.
  • ·        Responsive to tenant’s needs and able to act quickly to get problems resolved. 
  • ·        Oversees the Facilities Department and its activities.  


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, or related field.
  • Minimum 3 years previous experience in a property management role. Commercial real estate experience is preferred.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively.
  • Excellent organization skills.
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Products are a plus.
  • Must be able to prioritize multiple deadlines in an efficient manner.
  • Management and Financial skills are a must.

Portfolio Manager                                                                                                        March 19, 2018
Contact: Jessica Hudson - [email protected] - 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 protected] 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.

Fertilizer Technician                                                                                                    March 13, 2018
RBM Building Services / TruCo Services
Contact: Jake Garrett - [email protected]

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

Assistant Property Manager                                                                                      February 28, 2018
Lincoln Harris, CSG
Contact:  Robert Desmond - 385-831-2088 or [email protected]

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

Senior Property Manager                                                                                            February 8, 2018
Renaissance Personnel Group (A Scottsdale-based firm)
Contact:  Britt Hunter (recruiting manager) - 602-263-5100 or [email protected]

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 [email protected]

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.