Reporting to the Director, Facilities, manages all off-campus facility operations, maintenance and repairs of off-campus facilities and grounds owned or leased by Saint Mary's Hospital. In addition, serves as coordinator for repairs, unforeseen incidents, special projects and other duties as required promoting the smooth facility operations of offsite locations. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to, coordinates all maintenance, construction and repair activities at off-campus locations in accordance with guidelines and requirements of the Facilities Department, including administering service and maintenance contracts for infrastructure components and systems; manages environmental service contracts for housekeeping and cleaning of all off-campus facilities; coordinates all utility interruptions at off-campus locations and assures proper notification has been delivered to all affected tenants; coordinates tenant relations with all lease holders located in real estate owned or operated by Saint Mary's Hospital; assures monthly invoices are accurately generated and sent to tenants in a timely manner, tracks lease payments and applies late charges in compliance with lease terms and conditions; markets all empty space in facilities owned by Saint Mary's Hospital and participates in meetings with potential tenants to establish design criteria and set construction standards for requested additions and/or renovations; administers all leases between Saint Mary's Hospital/Franklin Medical Group and building owners, facilitates with Trinity Property management, all leases, sub-leases, and agreements between Saint Mary's Hospital and tenants. Associate Degree in real estate management or related field preferred. 2 years' experience in real estate management required. Knowledge of local, state and federal laws governing tenant owner relations and knowledge of OSHA requirements for hazardous materials and hazards communication required. Must have ability to work in outdoor conditions, drive to offsite locations for emergency and routine visits, to wear personal protective equipment (including respirators) for working around hazardous materials, noisy environments and extreme heat/cold, and ability to create and maintain budgets, revenues and expenses.