Can someone explain how 5 years experience would prepare you for this role? This is why we can't get jobs, companies have unrealistic expectations and are hiring people who don't have the length of service to do the job well. Either this shouldn't be a director level job or 10 years should be the threshold.
Construction Financial Services Real Estate
Qualifications And Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction, or related technical field
Knowledge of building systems, systems commissioning, and systems design
5-10+ years of relevant experience
Working knowledge in the field of property management, building design and/or real estate, with an interest in labspace, highly desirable
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Familiarity with CADD, BMS systems and maintenance work request systems a plus.
Client service oriented attitude a must
High attention to detail and organizational skills
Ability to work on multiple projects
Proficient problem-solving, analytical, and ability to follow directions a must
Knowledge of thermal metering and other utility sub-metering skills
We went to college in the 90s, started our careers when cell phones were a luxury that came with a shoulder bag and fax machines were the newest tech.
Here we are now, in what should be the best years of our career facing an ever changing work culture that sees established Boomers still running the show with Millennials expecting to be the next leaders. Meanwhile we just want to take a vacation, make sure the kids get to soccer practice and fund our 401k.
Keep it on topic, be decent humans, no keyboard warriors.