GSCO celebrates diversity and values the strengths that come with having a diverse community. People from historically marginalized groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
Girl Scouts of Colorado offers amazing opportunities for talented, forward-thinking, innovative individuals who share our vision of helping girls and young women change the world for the better.
Girl Scouts has been equipping girls to achieve their full potential more than 100 years-and today, Girl Scouts stands as the preeminent leadership development organization for girls, with 2.5 million members across the nation and around the globe.
At Girl Scouts of Colorado, we serve more than 20,000 members and we believe all girls should have the opportunity to reach their full potential and all girls have the power to change the world.
GSCO celebrates diversity and values the strengths that come with having a diverse community. People from other historically marginalized groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
Here’s your opportunity to enhance your career while making a difference in girls’ lives and in the world!
You will be joining a supportive and flexible work environment with team members who work together to champion girl ambition. We are on a mission to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. The right candidate won’t just be promoting a program. Their work will impact and change future generations!
Facility Property Manager General Duties: The Facility and Property Manager oversees the strategic plan, project management, budget, care, maintenance, and contracted work of assigned properties; and works with camp team to deliver services and maintain the site in a safe working order. This position is required to stay on-site in shared employee housing while users/campers are on property, by directive of the Executive Camp Director.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES/ RESPONSIBILITIES
Camp Facility Oversight
- Oversight of the implementation of the property strategic plan within camp’s strategic plan.
- Responsible for the management of property security practices and procedures.
- Provide oversight and care of maintaining camp facilities, grounds including roads and fences, property and program equipment, and machinery are in safe, well-functioning, working, and clean condition.
- Ensure that all safety-related projects/needs are completed in a swift and timely manner and prepare facilities for changing weather conditions to reduce risk.
- Manage daily tasks making autonomous decisions without management approval.
- Conduct property assessments, inspections, and surveys for the need of immediate repairs and/or renovations, and long-term planning and property improvements.
- Responsible for the follow through and updates of daily, weekly, and annual property SOPs.
- Maintain a positive rapport and relationship with local sheriff, fire and rescue services for the safety and protection of camp.
- Work with various state agencies for inspections, water systems testing and forest mitigation.
- Oversight for scheduling and set-up of vendors for maintenance/repairs and contract maintenance.
- Provide project management of on-site property work, including that of contracted work and/or maintenance.
- Research and coordinate projected capital project expenses, including obtaining quotes from various vendors as necessary.
- Responsible for performing various skilled trade tasks for facility maintenance and construction programs.
Cross Functional Work
- Support the marketing and advertisement of strategic property usage.
- Support care of livestock, providing feeding, daily chores, transportation (including evacuation) of animals, and purchasing of feed/equipment.
- Provide transportation of persons, equipment, machinery, luggage, and various materials when needed.
- Deliver emergency management during on-site and off-site trip incidents.
- Provide site training and orientation to all camp staff.
- Provide and support safe and healthy practices.
- In coordination with the camp team, facilitate camp property usage including scheduling, reservations, customer communication, external community partnerships, check-in and check-out, orientation, and other operational logistics.
- Manage site and program equipment, including storage, maintenance, and coordination with fellow team members.
- Provide additional support as necessary to Executive Camp Director and fellow camp team, kitchen and housekeeping staff members.
- Oversee work and daily supervision of all facility and maintenance employees.
- Contribute to the recruitment, hiring, on-boarding, and training of the facility maintenance team members.
- Conduct regular property staff meetings to guide staff in planning and carrying out assignments.
- Carry out ongoing evaluations, observations, training, and professional development opportunities to assure that work and safety standards meet the criteria to maintain success within job positions.
- Provide oversight of staff delegated logistical tasks such as daily assigned tasks, general maintenance, equipment and supply management, site care and cleanliness.
- Stay current in knowledge of OSHA compliance, American Camping Association Standards, Colorado Department of Health and Human Services, and other certifying industry organizations, when applicable to property management and compliancy.
- Monitor and manage property annual and capital budgets, striving to minimize costs in coordination with Executive Camp Director.
- Manage administrative responsibilities in a timely, independent, and detail-oriented manner.
- Meet property and administration deadlines, respond to emails and phone calls quickly, manage tasks independently and communicate additional support when needed.
- Interact with digital systems including OKTA, GSLearn, Outlook, Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Checkfront, Formstack, Google Drive, Zoom, Asana, Abila, Social Media tools and others.
- Responsible for development of online management tools to monitor site needs.
- Respect the confidential nature of all information pertaining to property, staff, volunteers, and campers.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY
- Innovative and Dynamic Property Management
- Proven experience as a facilities manager or relevant position.
- Well-versed in technical/engineering operations and facilities management best practices.
- Ability to be flexible, think quickly and modify project plans/operations in ever changing situations.
- Ability to communicate property goals and responsibilities to lead a staff team.
- Familiarity with risk management and proper safe and health standards.
- Property Skill and Ability
- Ability to maintain, assess, and operate site and program equipment, machinery, and power tools.
- Skills within carpentry, painting, plumbing and water systems, electrical service, roofing and general maintenance required.
- Ability to drive ¾ ton truck, large passenger vehicles, and tow animal and equipment trailers.
- Required ability to drive a tractor, use a backhoe, skid steer, augur, snow plow, and side by side.
- Experience with janitorial and housekeeping duties.
- Demonstrated experience maintaining property grounds, such as fences, gates, roads, pastures, enclosures, etc.
- Experience working with and caring for farm animals, livestock and large equine preferred.
- Knowledge of garden and greenhouse care preferred.
- Experience in working with diverse populations of staff and volunteers, demonstrated personal and professional commitment to pluralism.
- High Level of Interpersonal and Professional Skills.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills, ability to be a people organizer and leader.
- Strong computer & tablet skills, with demonstrated competency of platforms, such as but not limited to, Microsoft 365, Google Drive, Canva, and various social media platforms.
- Ability to work closely with members of the Tomahawk Ranch and Outdoor Program and Property teams in all aspects of work plans, schedules, staff management, property and program implementation.
- Represent Girl Scouts of Colorado in a professional manner to staff, members, and the community.
- Ability to Work Independently
- Strong motivational, organizational, and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to work at a camp property non-traditional office location.
- Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines, both administrative and programmatic.
- Must be able to pass any and all background checks as required by GSCO.
EDUCATION OR FORMAL TRAINING
- Minium of high school degree or equivalent, associate or bachelor’s degree in facilities management, engineering or equivalent preferred.
- Must be at least 25 years of age, with 3 years of driving experience, and driving record which meets insurance requirements.
- Preferred practical training in project management, communication, sustainability, budget and operations management.
- Must have current or ability to obtain within the first 90 days of hire the following trainings/certification: CMRT certification, OSHA trainings, FEMA certification/training, First Aid, CPR, Child Abuse Mandated Reporter, and Universal Standard Precautions.
- Proven experience of a minimum of three years of project management.
- Minimum of three years of experience in property maintenance or similar trade experience.
- Minimum of three years of supervising full time, part time or seasonal staff; with proven HR skills of hiring, training, evaluation, & termination.
- Minimum of three years in construction or building related experience.
- This position pays $50,000-$65,000 per year.
- 403(b) Retirement Plan – GSCO matches 100% of employee contribution up to 2% of pay
- Health Insurance (93% Employer Paid for Employee Coverage)
- Dental Insurance (76% Employer Paid for Employee Coverage)
- Vision Insurance – Optional
- Short Term Disability – 100% Employer Paid
- Long Term Disability – 100% Employer Paid
- Life Insurance – fully paid by GSCO, 2x annual salary
- Accidental Death and Dismemberment – fully paid by GSCO, 2x annual salary
- Optional Supplemental Life Insurance (Employee/Spouse/Children)- Employee paid – for additional employee coverage and dependents
- Flexible Spending Accounts (Medical/Dependent Care)
- Employee Assistance Program – 100% Employer Paid
- Headspace (Employer Paid)
- ZayZoon Pay Advances
- Vacation – Employees accrue 10 vacation days per year
- Sick Leave – Employees earn one day per month
- Holidays – 10 scheduled holidays per year
- Office Closures – 4 Weeks of Paid Office Closures (Week of Independence Day; Thanksgiving Week; Winter Holiday 2 weeks)
We encourage applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds, including people with disabilities. Our workplace is inclusive, and we strive to create an accessible and accommodating environment for all employees. We comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding accommodations for disabilities, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you are invited to interview and require accommodations, please inform us in advance so that we can make the necessary arrangements to ensure a smooth and accessible interview experience. If you have questions about accessibility or need assistance with the application process, please contact Human Resources at [email protected] or 877-404-5708. We are here to help.
Girl Scouts of Colorado (GSCO) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind: GSCO is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at GSCO are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations where we operate. GSCO will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. GSCO encourages applicants of all ages. GSCO celebrates diversity and values the strengths that come with having a diverse community. People from historically marginalized groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
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