Girl Scouts of Utah
  • 17-Sep-2019 to 16-Nov-2019 (MST)
  • Administration
  • Salt Lake City, UT, USA
  • Full Time

Comprehensive benefits plan including medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 401(k) with 4% employer match with very generous time off policy including 12 paid holidays and PTO accrual.

POSITION:                           Property Manager

REPORTS TO:                    Chief Executive Officer

LOCATION:                         Salt Lake City

CLASSIFICATION:             Full-time, exempt



Responsible for the leadership and tactical execution of all property needs of the organization including facility management, site reservations and vendor management. The Property Manager is responsible for the day to day aspects of the risk management program of the organization. The incumbent provides valued input into the design of the strategic and operational goals, as directed by the CEO, as well as develops and administer the operating and capital budgets for all areas of responsibility.


  • Advises CEO on all matters pertaining to Council facilities, budgets, and property operations
  • Recruits, hires, trains, supervises and provides coverage for the Camp Rangers
  • Develops and manages annual property maintenance and capital budgets and expenses
  • Maintains and updates inventory of facilities and contents, working with Finance Department on capital fund requirements and capitalization of assets
  • Provides oversight to ensure all GSUSA, American Camp Association (ACA), federal, state and local OSHA guidelines are followed and current for all program and facility operations, as well as ensuring all service contracts, licenses, permits , etc. concerning properties are up to date
  • Secure contractual bids necessary for the maintenance, upkeep and any other activities related to council properties
  • Ability to negotiate and manage lease and contracts for all Girl Scout properties
  • Maintains ongoing relationships with vendors to secure cost-effective measures for all materials and goods purchased for council property
  • Partners with Outdoor Programming to develop, execute and implement opportunities within outdoor and camp setting, ensuring compliance with Council, GSUSA, Federal, State and Local policies, and makes maximum use of Council-owned Service Centers and program sites, ensuring that organizational goals are me
  • Works closely with other departments and council committees to ensure safety and facility standards are maintained; oversees and manages risk management plan including creation and updating council risk management plan.
  • Partners with Outdoor Programming with site reservations for Council properties
  • Provides input and counsel during strategic discussions related to property projects
  • Oversees capital building projects as directed by CEO, working with Rangers and contractors on all new builds or renovations; to include review of contracts. Manages relationships with said parties, protects Council's interest in current and future projects.
  • Manages council insurance portfolio, working with COO, Senior Director of Finance and CEO to ensure appropriate coverage is in place
  • Recommends risk mitigation actions as part of a comprehensive Council Risk Management Program. Serves as the operational contact for risk management questions, insurance coverage needs (and evidence thereof), for both Council staff, and volunteers (where appropriate).
  • Develops and evaluate security measures for properties including being first point of contact for alarm calls for all facilities
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor's degree preferred or 5+ years equivalent property/facilities management experience
  • Experience that demonstrates knowledge of youth issues, outdoor programs, and resident camp management a plus
  • The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in effectively managing a team of associates towards a common goal, and in budget planning
  • Project Management experience preferred including functional knowledge of working with a general contractor
  • Familiarization with local code and permit requirements and procedures, as well as State and Federal guidelines and procedures. Understanding of ACA guidelines a plus


  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight, take initiative, demonstrate flexibility and adaptability. Ability to be organized in an ever changing/fast-paced environment
  • Proven oral and written communication abilities skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a wide range of sensitive and confidential issues and communicate effectively with a diverse group of girls, volunteers, and staff
  • Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook. Ability to learn organizational-specific computer systems as needed to carry out role
  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects while managing conflicting priorities and deadlines
  • Excellent independent decision-making skills and strong resourcefulness
  • Candidate must be willing to travel as needed to Council owned and leased properties
  • Must have access to personal transportation for business travel, valid driver's license, and proof of insurance
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends as required by position responsibilities
  • Must have knowledge/expertise in all matters relating to fire and safety facilities code requirements and procedures, environmental and product expertise in OSHA guidelines, MSDS certifications, State and Federal guidelines and procedures
  • Physical ability to frequently stop, kneel, bend, crouch, reach overhead, grasp, push, pull, lift and move objects up to 50 lbs at shoulder height, and occasionally lift in excess of 50lbs
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