PAV9048JG

PAV9048JG

Highly experienced Property Manager wanted for a lovely family based out of Southampton, NY.  The ideal candidate will have experience working with large, active families and be comfortable in a high energy, team environment. The Property Manager will maintain all system operations for multiple Long Island properties.  A strong knowledge of HVAC systems, SmartHome technology, home repairs, recreational facilities (tennis courts, pools, spa, etc.) maintenance, as well as staff and project management a must.  The Property Manager will work in tandem and assist the Director of Properties whether to oversee renovation or to plan emergency and routine maintenance schedules and protocols.   While there are management responsibilities, this is a hands-on role.  The Property Manager will be responsible for hands-on exterior services such as building evening fires, assisting family and guests with sporting equipment,  and pick-up guests from surrounding airports.  The family seeks someone who is not easily overwhelmed and can comfortable manage a heavy work load. The schedule during the summers is 5 days/week (working weekends) with more than 50 hours/week. Throughout the rest of the year, the schedule is Monday to Friday with around 45 hours/week.  Flexibility is both required and appreciated.  Competitive compensation package with benefits for qualified candidates.

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