Facilities Management Resume
|Desired Industry: Property Management
|Desired Job Location: San Diego, California
||Date Posted: 3/26/2008
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
|Highest Degree Attained: Masters
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Creative facilities planner and manager with over twelve years’ experience planning, organizing, and coordinating facility expansion, renovation, relocation, and construction. Focused and highly dedicated, with proven strengths in increasing revenues, occupancy, and income through expertise in building tenant relations and responding to tenant needs. Solid qualifications in multi-site property management, innovative cost control/ cost-reduction initiatives attained by bidding and benchmarking services, and base building infrastructure construction. University of Phoenix cum Laude post graduate current with industry trends through ongoing education; thorough knowledge of data-center operations, preventive maintenance programs and building systems.
JD CONSOLDATION, San Diego, CA (2004-Present)
Institutional real estate capital source; subsidiary of one world’s leading real estate investment firms.
Director of Property Management
Portfolio: 3.5 million RSF of owned / triple-net properties, the majority of which are tenant-occupied. Estimated book value of owned property: 450 million.
Responsible for multi-site property management, with full P&L for the entire portfolio. Scope of accountability includes services encompassing the selection, review, and management of outsourced property-management firms, with contractual and monitored services including landscaping, snow removal, janitorial, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, elevators, fire, and life safety, security, and local and state code compliance. Develop and administer a $25 million annual operating and financial budgets, and energy-management programs in place.
•Spearheaded due diligence for the sales of a prominent, fully tenant-occupied downtown Denver property, functioning as company liaison with buyer, brokers, legal parties, investors, and accountants to solidify building and property value. Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of building mechanics, cosmetics, facility income, code-compliance status, capital expenditures, service contracts, operating and financial budgets, and energy-management programs in place.
•Implemented energy-management projects that reduced operating costs in multiple locations. Worked collaboratively with contracted engineering firms and utility providers to review potential areas for cost saving initiatives, achieving:
Reduced electrical and HVAC cost 15% by replacing an antiquated building automation system with state-of-the-art, comfort-enhancing equipment
Reduced energy costs 8% by replacing existing motors with energy-efficient variable-frequency drive motors
Reduced cooling costs 15% by implementing full chiller replacements and modifying existing thermal-energy storage controls
Reduced heating costs 30% by converting electric heat to gas-fired hot-water heat
Reduced lighting costs 15% by replacing tube-type fixtures with electronic ballasts and energy-saving apparatus with reflectors
•Designed a scheduled preventive-maintenance program, virtually eliminating all major building and systems problems and saving more than 15% annually on repair costs
•Coordinated and led an Indoor Quality Program in conjunction with risk management that aided in the reduction of workers’ compensation claims
•Managed tenant relations, improving tenant retention by 15% over previous year. Interacted with brokers to select potential tenants, reviewed financial analysis and space selection, and responded to Requests for Proposals.
United States Marine Corp, San Diego, CA (1996-2004)
Senior Facilities Officer
Achieved fast-track promotion with the efficient management of the physical operation of two facilities totaling 550,000 RSF.
•Directed the building engineering staff in both preventive and general maintenance programs; functioned as liaison between vendors, contractors, utilities, and local authorities; and administered both operating and capital budgets.
•Selected and coordinated the activities of vendors, obtained building permits, led competitive bidding, and scheduled and budgeted projected.
•Implemented energy-conservation practices, executed cost-avoidance programs, secured, rebates, and ensured building code compliance with OSHA, NFPA, ASHRAE, ADA and state and local mandates.
Managed the operation and maintenance of four building totaling 350,000 RSF.
•Gained skills and demonstrated strengths in lease negotiation, infrastructure construction/ renovation, and multi-faceted project design and development.
MBA — Master of Business Administration, University of Phoenix
•Graduated January 2008, Cum Laude
BS — Business Management University of Phoenix
•Graduated September 2006, Honors
AS — Environmental Management and Health and Safety, Cuyamaca College
•Graduated December 2004, Honors
• Real Property Administration, Safety and Loss Control Management, Tenant Relations, Leasing, Safety Awareness, Terror in the Workplace, Contract Outsourcing Versus In-House Employees,Indoor Air Quality Specialist and Fair Housing and Equal Employment.
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