Rental Car Facilities Manager
GCA Services Group, a leading provider of custodial and facility services with over $500 million in revenues has located its Corporate Headquarters, in Downtown Cleveland, OH. With operations is 38 states and Puerto Rico, GCA offers great opportunities.
We are currently looking for a Rental Car Facilities Manager in the Boston Suburbs, MA area. The Rental Car Facilities Manager is primarily responsible for the management of an assigned account, or multiple small accounts.
Duties & Responsibilities for Rental Car Facilities Manager:
Manage an operation that operates 365 days a year juggling multiple responsibilities and challenges
Demonstrate and promote GCA culture, values, and management philosophies are being met
Demonstrate quality leadership in meeting performance plans
Work-scheduling of all account personnel
Establishing work standard; conducting site evaluations/audits
Develop and recommend budget, manage expenses; performance appraisals
Evaluate and justify supplies, equipment, and purchases as necessary
Establish and maintain effective lines of communication with the client and facility personnel to ascertain needs, and to ensure contract requirements are being met
Training Account Supervisors
Requires 25% travel to multiple sites
Required Experience:Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree OR Car Rental Experience and 3-5 years supervisory experience
Ability to walk or stand for prolonged periods and the ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
If you are someone that has a passion for your work, and are able to communicate well with all levels of personnel then keep reading. Our ideal candidate needs to be able to lead and motivate employees, analyze and interpret financial data, have a strong commitment to quality service, use good time management, and work well under pressure. If this sounds like the job for you, then visit our website at www.gcaservices.com and apply online.
Keyword: Rental Car Facilties Manager
From: GCA Services Group, Inc.
GCA Services Group, Inc. - 2 years ago