The City of Miami Beach (pop. 80,000) seeks a solution-oriented facilities and fleet leader who is capable of excelling in a fast-pasted environment as its next Facilities and Fleet Director. This position serves on the City’s executive leadership team and is responsible for overseeing the comprehensive management and maintenance of an extensive portfolio of City-owned assets including facilities, real property, and fleet vehicles. The successful candidate will have experience and extensive knowledge of industry standards and will have a track record of making data-driven decisions and leading a team that provides exceptional customer service.
The Facilities and Fleet Management Department is comprised of 67 FTE professional, skilled, and non-skilled labor and consists of three divisions. The Asset Management Division is responsible for managing a portfolio of over 387 parcels with designations such as commercial, government, mixed-use, and residential totaling approximately 30 million square feet. The Facilities Management Division is responsible for the day-to-to-today operations and maintenance of the City’s assets, including 101 municipal buildings, the Lincoln Road District, 39 bridges, 15 monuments, 23 fountains and more. The Fleet Management Division maintains and repairs the City’s fleet of approximately 1,250 vehicles, with about 880 sedans, SUVs, light trucks, and vans, with the balance comprised of a variety of heavy-duty trucks and specialty equipment.
Located on the highly sought after southeast coast of Florida, Miami Beach is a cosmopolitan, tropical island city whose residents are as diverse as its visitors. The City boasts over seven miles of beaches and an uninterrupted Beachwalk from one end of the City to the other, two public golf courses, 44 parks, 2 tennis centers, art and culture, dining and nightlife, and world-class shopping, all within approximately 7 square miles. With white, sandy beaches, turquoise waters and an iconic cultural scene, Miami Beach has a rich history stemming back from the turn of the 20th century, evolving into a major convention destination and international resort area. With a population of 80,000 and an average daily population closer to 200,000, Miami Beach remains a destination for millions of visitors annually. Its evolution from a retirement community to a diverse, multi-cultural community where the average age is 40 reflects its transformation to a younger, higher income, working community. 
Qualifications and Compensation:  Bachelor’s degree in engineering, Construction Management, Public Administration, or a related degree OR Seven (7) years of progressively responsible management experience. Public sector experience is preferred. Seven (7) years of experience relevant to the major duties/essential functions of the position. Part-time experience will be prorated. The salary range for this position is $144,100 -$259,000 and the expected hiring range is $170,000 -$230,000, depending on qualifications plus an excellent benefits package.
More Information:  Position is open until filled with the first review of applications on April 12, 2024. Candidates must apply electronically with resume, cover letter and contact information for five professional references. For questions or more information contact GovHR Executive Vice President Mary Jacobs at (520) 249-3290 or GovHR Senior Vice President Joan Walko at (410) 499-9586. 
The City of Miami Beach is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Posted: 2024-03-22

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