London, ON
MAINTENANCE MANAGER (Full-Time) - Chelsey Park

Candidates are invited to apply for the full-time position of Maintenance Manager at Chelsey Park Retirement Community, a community consisting of 81 retirement suite and 210 apartments, located in London, ON.

Reporting to the General Manager, the Maintenance Manager supports the long-term care home in accordance with the standards of the Retirement Home Regulatory Authority, ORCA, Landlord and Tenants Act, Accreditation and corporate office policies and procedures.

The Maintenance Manager will provide leadership and support to the maintenance team.

Oversees preventative maintenance program to comply with standards and regulations
Responsible for managing maintenance budgets
Responsible for managing the duties of outside trades, contractors, service personnel and external inspections
Human resources duties including managing staff performance and absenteeism
Supports information technology systems and equipment
Maintains safety and security systems
Adhere to established corporate policies and procedures regarding quality assurance, fire, safety, and environment and infection control
Oversees capital projects
Participation and designated role on OH&S team
Participates in Quality Improvement Program; environmental services audits


Strong leadership ability and experience managing a team.
Experience in supervision of maintenance staff, contractors and tradesmen. Must possess problem solving skills, strong interpersonal skills.
Must have a minimum of 3 years experience working in the area of Maintenance Services.
Provides all maintenance services throughout the Retirement Residence and Apartments. Able to schedule labour and supplies that are required to maintain the buildings in good repair.
Knowledge of building systems: basic plumbing, electrical, mechanical, HVAC and emergency systems.
To inspect all work areas and essential equipment on a regular basis, as part of an ongoing safety and fire protection program ensuring that the fire equipment and alarm systems are regularly monitored and are in compliance with the Ontario Fire Code regulations and the Retirement Home Regulations.
Demonstrated strengths in preventative maintenance, budgeting, costing, quality control and loss prevention. Familiar with auditing process within the Maintenance Services.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Proficient computer skills. (Microsoft Office)
Familiarity with any specific provincial regulations.
Experience in planning capital projects and ensuring projects are carried out meeting safety protocols and WSIB/insurance requirements.
Prepare monthly reports and other administrative reports as required.
Recruits, orientates, conducts performance appraisal for maintenance staff.