This position is responsible for the management of apartment and residence hall turnover, small project upgrades, facility review, assessments and process improvement. Key responsibilities include:
- Working collaboratively to coordinate planned furniture, fixtures and finishes replacement and minor construction projects.
- Provide oversight and management of turnover contractor’s schedules at apartment complexes for contracted out services
- Work with others in the selection of contractors
- Budget oversight and collaborative preparation
- Formulate recommendations for life cycle and replacements
- Research trends in residence hall living communities.
We are looking for a results-driven individual with leadership skills who is exceptionally organized, customer focused with a proficiency in communication, time management, problem solving/analysis skills and business acumen. The Turnover Project Manager will often work in a highly constrained high pressure environment where completing priorities exits and timelines are limited inflexibility.
Campus Living, a unit within the Division Student Life, serves to provide the best residential living experience for students at the University at Buffalo. Campus Living offers quality, affordable and desirable campus housing in support of the university’s mission. Campus Living is comprised of 13 residential complexes and five apartment complexes accommodating 8,000 residents on the North and South Campuses comprising 2.5 million square feet. Approximately 5,800 students reside in the residence halls and 2,200 students reside in the apartment complexes. Campus Living is comprised of 210 professional and classified staff.
University at Buffalo is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
A bachelor’s degree with one year of full-time employment where a significant amount of time was devoted to managing logistical operations and prioritizing day-to-day tasks. Excellent administrative, communications and demonstrable customer service skills are required. Highly developed computer skills, including the ability to use and develop spreadsheets is necessary. The ability to multi-task and manage budgets is required.
More than one year of full-time relevant experience is preferred. Specific experience in residential property administration, preferably on a college campus as well as general knowledge of and experience in working in a college/university environment is preferred. Experience in supervision.