A city of Cowboys and Culture, Fort Worth is known for its Texas hospitality. The City of Fort Worth is the 13th largest and one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. With great neighborhoods, scenic terrain, and a rich history of arts and culture, paired with world-class opportunities for business and education, it’s not only fun to visit Fort Worth, but it’s also even more rewarding to call it home. Fort Worth truly offers all the benefits and amenities of a bustling metropolitan city while keeping the small-town charm that keeps it unpretentious and charismatic in all the right ways. Designated as one of America’s “Most Livable Communities” by the Partners for Livable Communities, the city truly offers a melting pot of culture, commerce, community, and, yes, cowboys.
The Property Management Department remains steadfast in direct support of the City of Fort Worth in its continued vision to be “the most livable and best-managed city in the country” by creating great places for people to live, work, and play. Their values include exceptional customer experience, mutual respect, embracing diversity, continuous improvement, ethical behavior, and accountability. This Department centralizes functions related to management of assigned City assets, such as fleet maintenance and fuel management, facilities maintenance and planning, and land and property acquisitions and sales.
The City of Fort Worth seeks an experienced, energetic, and resourceful leader, with a demonstrated record of leadership and operational experience, to serve as its next Property Management Director. The Property Management Director will plan, direct, and manage the activities and operations of the four divisions of the Property Management Department, including Facilities Management, Fleet Services, General Services, and Real Estate. The Director will coordinate assigned activities with other departments and outside agencies and provide complex strategic and administrative support to the Assistant City Manager. The ideal candidate will possess a strong customer-centric approach and excellent communication skills, with the ability to negotiate, balance, and sustain strong stakeholder relationships. They will have in-depth knowledge of strategic asset management in the areas of facilities, fleet, and/or real property.
The position requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in architecture, engineering, or a closely related field, plus eight years of responsible experience in fixed asset management of buildings and facilities, fleet vehicles and equipment, and/or real property acquisition, disposition, and leasing. Four years of administrative and supervisory responsibility is required.
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We use the acronym RADICAL. The original Latin radicallis means “back to the roots.” The current vernacular means “out on the very leading edge.” Not only does RADICAL highlight our business lines, but it also captures the constructive leadership tension between valuing the roots of healthy relationships while simultaneously being out on the very leading edge of change.