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Property Manager

St. Albans School, an independent Episcopal school for boys in grades 4-12, seeks a Property Manager. (Click here for a printable pdf of the position description for the Property Manager.)

Position:  Property Manager
Designated Onsite
Telework Eligible

Reporting Relationship:  Reports directly to the Director of Facilities (Interim Reporting to the Assistant Head of School for Finance and Operations)
From the top of Mount St. Alban, St. Albans School looks up to the Washington National Cathedral and out to the United States Capitol. Our location serves as an embodiment and constant reminder of the School’s motto: Pro Ecclesia et Pro Patria, for Church and Country. The School was established in 1909 by the Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation. Our mission is to prepare boys in grades 4 through 12 to develop and use their spiritual, intellectual, artistic, and physical gifts not for themselves alone, but in service of the greater community. As an Episcopal school, we welcome and embrace boys of all faiths and backgrounds to this caring community that learns, prays, plays, sings, and eats together. We are committed to a diversity among students, faculty, and staff that shapes and enriches our shared experiences.
As part of the Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation (PECF), St. Albans, the Cathedral, the National Cathedral School, and Beauvoir benefit from strong ties and collaboration.
Reporting to the Director of Facilities, the Property Manager is responsible for all facilities-related work associated with St. Albans-owned houses; coordination with Athletics for capital facilities and equipment maintenance needs; oversight of grounds maintenance as provided by the PECF Grounds Team; and administrative and programmatic support for safety and security initiatives on campus.
Specifically, areas of responsibilities will include:
  • Lead the property management team, comprised of external resources, including coordination with Close-wide shared services for grounds;
  • Assess capital needs for St. Albans-owned houses, Athletics, and grounds;
  • Develop and manage preventative maintenance and project schedules for anticipated lifecycle repairs at the houses and for Athletics;
  • Complete necessary repairs, inspections, and clean-up activities for the houses and Athletics;
  • Coordinate with the Athletics department to ensure grounds, facilities, and equipment are properly maintained;
  • In coordination with the PECF Grounds Team, ensure maintenance and emergency service are performed timely for grounds-related work, to include athletic fields, tennis courts, landscaping, and snow removal;
  • Ensure that services are delivered in a quality fashion and in a manner that prioritizes customer service;
  • Develop and cultivate relationships with stakeholders, both internal and external, to ensure effective and efficient responses to regular and emergency property needs;
  • Participate in the development and management of the operating and capital budgets for houses and grounds and the capital budget for Athletics;
  • Create and maintain a database of contractors and vendors to engage for scheduled and emergency maintenance projects;
  • Manage contractor schedules and maintenance projects, providing oversight, safety inspections, and final approval of deliverables;
  • Develop, assign, and review daily, weekly, and quarterly projects for the property management team;
  • Ensure that campus facilities operate in a safe and effective manner that meets the needs of various stakeholders;
  • Facilitate immediate responses in the event of an emergency impacting properties, including notification of appropriate personnel and following safety protocols;
  • Manage parking operations to include issuing and tracking of all parking hang tags, maintaining a database of all current tag holders, and coordinating with the PECF Police on all matters related to parking on the Close;
  • Partner with the PECF Police to manage traffic flow on the Close and represent the School’s interests in presenting considerations and recommending solutions; 
  • Administer the door access control system, including obtaining approved schedules and establishing lines of communication to ensure that the door access schedule meets the daily needs of the community; 
  • Plan and execute safety and security measures for events on campus, including working in conjunction with the PECF Police and the Director of Safety and Security for large-scale events; 
  • Provide 24/7 on-call support for inclement weather, power outage, or similar scenarios.
    The position may perform other related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
    This is an essential position and is designated on-site in the case of emergency situations. On-site presence is required and housing accommodations may be provided.
    For the purposes of management, performance assessment, and span of control, the Property Manager supervises one on-site contractor and works in coordination with the Facilities Team, Athletics, Occupants of St. Albans-owned houses, the PECF Grounds Team, the Director of Safety and Security, and the PECF Security Team.
    Experience:  A minimum of 10 years of relevant experience
    Education:  High School and/or Trade School Graduate
    Certifications:  PMP and/or OSHA 10-hour preferred
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Knowledge of property management, including contract administration, building codes, grounds maintenance (including turf), and construction materials;
    • Strong customer service skills;
    • Experience in management and tactical execution of safety and security-related situations;
    • Experience preparing and managing budgets;
    • Ability to independently plan, organize, and coordinate multiple tasks;
    • Demonstrated strategic skills in short- and long-term planning and facilitation and collaboration;
    • Ability to negotiate, mitigate conflict, and build alliances;
    • Experience managing people and teams to achieve desired results;
    • Creative, innovative, and strategic thinking ability;
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
    • Analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and cross-cultural skills;
    • Ability to work efficiently and quickly under pressure;
    • Sensitivity for and understanding of academic disciplines and issues;
    • Ability to work with faculty, staff, and professionals to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
    This position requires an individual with the following characteristics:
    • Commitment to St. Albans School’s values;
    • Good character, kindness, and an open heart and mind;
    • Integrity and honesty, with the highest ethical standards to choose the hard right over the easy wrong;
    • Personally accountable; assumes ownership, control and accountability for all areas of responsibility and commitments made to others;
    • Accessible and responsive; serves others through collaborative problem-solving and openness to new ideas;
    • Passionate, collaborative, strategic, and smart with a hands-on, roll-up-the-sleeves orientation;
    • Strong team player with high EQ, making it a key priority to develop strong relationships with faculty and staff at all levels at the School;
    • Invests the time to be a visible, engaged and engaging presence on campus;
    • Ability to establish trust and credibility;
    • Flexible and receptive to change;
    • A positive “can-do” attitude.
    To apply, please submit an application, cover letter and resume to with Property Manager written in the subject line.

    St. Albans School requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including any boosters recommended and available to the general public, absent eligibility for medical or religious exemptions.

    St. Albans seeks qualified individuals who are committed to fostering the academic, spiritual, athletic, and artistic growth of every student. St. Albans is committed to creating and maintaining a community that celebrates a diversity of voices and perspectives and fosters respect for everyone.

    St. Albans School welcomes and values individuals from all backgrounds. Such diversity is essential to a community of learning and growth. In nurturing the hearts, minds, and bodies of its students, St. Albans prepares boys for fulfilling lives of responsibility, leadership, and service to others.

    St. Albans is an equal opportunity employer. We select and promote employees based on qualifications and without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran status.
    Located in Washington D.C.,  St. Albans School is a private, all boys day and boarding school. For more than a century, St. Albans has offered a distinctive educational experience for young men in grades 4 through 12. While our students reach exceptional academic goals and exhibit first-rate athletic and artistic achievements, as an Episcopal school we place equal emphasis upon moral and spiritual education.