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Company: Vi
Location: San Diego, CA
Career Level: Director
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech



Vi is recognized as a Great Place to Work and one of Glassdoor's 100 Best Companies to work for. Learn from the best and accelerate your career with Vi.

What We Offer:

  • Competitive pay
  • Exceptional benefits
  • Generous Paid Time Off - start accruing on day one
  • 401k with company match
  • Paid maternity and paternity benefits
  • Award-winning training and development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Luxury work environment
  • Meaningful and rewarding work


Position Summary


Provides direction and supervision to maintenance staff. Maintains building structure and
systems including life safety systems, building automation systems, preventive maintenance
systems, electrical, refrigeration, plumbing, heating, cooling, structural, ground care, parking
areas and kitchen area etc. Provides community project management oversight and ensures a
safe environment for residents, staff and visitors. Performs other duties as assigned. This is a
safety sensitive position.


  • Principal Accountabilities / Essential Job Functions:
     Member of community Cabinet team. Works collaboratively with Executive Director
    and Cabinet team to ensure success in meeting and exceeding community goals in
    operations, human resources, sales and resident care.
     Responsible for oversight of the Maintenance staff, which includes hiring, training and
    development, counseling, performance evaluation, functional development and
    disciplinary action.
     Oversees training of all staff on maintenance policies and procedures.
     Trains newly hired Directors of Engineering in other communities as requested.
     Advancesthe employee relations strategy to build the right work environment to increase
    employee engagement and remain “issue” and union free.
     Increases personal growth and development through formal and informal education

  • Operations
     Evaluates and recommends staff and physical resources required for operations.
     Works with residents and staff to ensure needs are met and work is completed in a timely
     Plans, implements and administers an effective preventative maintenance program in
    accordance with approved company procedures and engineering practices.
     Develops action plans for achieving community objectives.
     Manages community work orders and preventative maintenance programs.
     Manages all distribution systems for electricity, water, steam, gas, etc.
     Manages and / or completes daily chemical testing of the following areas: boiler, cooling
    tower, condensate return system, closed loops, open loops, pool and spa.
     Manages, inspects and responds to alarms within the building automation system and
    fire life safety system.
     Manages and operates air conditioning, heating, ventilation and refrigeration systems.
     Keeps all charts and records pertaining to heat, light, power and costs of the facility.
     Maintains interior/exterior building(s) and grounds.
     Implements the energy management program.
     Develops and monitors quality assurance initiatives, conducts building inspections and
    oversees compliance with regulatory authorities such as OSHA, NFPA, ACHA and Life
     Ensures regulatory required testing and documentation is completed.
     Develops a community capital improvement plan.
     Prepares Requests for Proposals, monitors and coordinates the services performed by
    outside contractors in accordance with all company approved contracts, leases, service
    agreements, and warranties.
     Oversees capital projects and upgrades as requested.
     Manages and/or participates in community Safety Committee.
     Assists in developing the community Disaster Plan.
     May be required to use vehicle to pick up parts and supplies.
     Supports the employee survey process and partners with Director of Human Resources
    and Cabinet team to develop and execute subsequent improvement programs.
     Supports the resident survey process and partners with Cabinet team to develop and
    execute subsequent performance improvement programs.
     Coordinates with other Cabinet team members on special events and activities.

  • Financial
     Participates in the development of and monitors the operating budgets, capital
    expenditures and reporting systems for Maintenance department.
     Reviews budget on monthly basis; reports and explains variances.
     Conducts maintenance activities in a cost-effective manner.
     Continuously monitors and evaluates staffing ratios and patterns and recommends
    appropriate staffing levels to meet business demands.

  • Physical Requirements
     Constant: Standing, must have the ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and
    in a safe manner.
     Frequent: Walking
     Occasional: Carrying up to 10 lbs., climbing, handling, lifting up to 55 lbs., pushing up
    to 85 lbs.
     Seldom: Bending, crawling, kneeling, pulling up to 100 lbs., reaching up to 36 in.

  • Sensory Requirements
     Balance, tactile, hearing, near, midrange, depth, color and peripheral vision

  • Working Conditions
     Includes exposure to sounds and noise levels that are distracting or uncomfortable.
     Includes exposure to contaminants.
     Must be available for emergency calls, rotating shifts and on-call duties, including
    weekend and holiday hours.
     Complies with semi-annual review of driving record and random drug testing, where
     Regular on-site physical presence is required.

  • Key Competencies
     Demonstrates ability to supervise, lead and manage employees.
     Must be able to assess critical situations, respond and delegate solutions to those
    situations effectively.
     Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.
     Demonstrates patience and the ability to deal with the stress and the needs of older adults.
     Must be dependable, observant and committed to excellence.
     Must be courteous and be able to deal with various demands, pressures and complaints
    from residents, staff, guests and contractors.
     Must understand all local and federal regulations and have proven knowledge in
    acceptable industry standards.
     Knowledge of computerized preventative maintenance program and work order
     Must have a thorough knowledge of all facets of construction and the building trade;
    must be able to handle all hand and power tools correctly and safely.
     Must be able to construct and submit bidding documents; must be able to decipher all
    proposals to verify that all requirements of bid documents have been met.
     Maintains a courteous and professional manner through interactions with others.
     Uses a resident and customer-focused approach to problem solving, goal setting and
    management philosophy.
     Uses discretion in handling confidential information, incorporating all Federal, State and
    local privacy and confidentiality requirements.
     Must be proficient in Microsoft Office.
     Must be knowledgeable in Project Management and Scheduling.
     Must be sensitive to the needs of older adults and enjoy working with a senior population.



Education and Experience
Education: High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent is required. Associate Degree in
related field or equivalent years of experience in the field is required. Bachelor's degree
is preferred.


Work Experience

Minimum 10 years of progressive experience in Maintenance
Management is required. Must have at least 3 years in a supervisory position.

Licensure / Certification

Certified Hospitality Facilities Executive (CHFE) is
preferred, or successfully pass the CHFE within 18 months of employment is
required. Association of Facility Engineers (AFE) Plant Supervisor certification is
preferred. Licensure in Heating/Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Electrical, EPA and
Plumbing is preferred. Must possess a valid and current driver's license, where

Pay Range

USD $115,147.00 - USD $149,706.00 /Yr.

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