The Calgary Parking Authority (CPA) is a team of professionals who are building stronger communities by providing exceptional parking experiences. The CPA fulfills The City of Calgary’s parking mandates and implements the municipality’s parking policies by managing on- and off-street public parking facilities, enforcement programs, and providing parking advisory services.
Reporting to the General Manager of the Calgary Parking Authority, the Facilities Manager is responsible for management of parking facilities for the public; optimizing CPA facilities and systems, capital project management oversight, and developing opportunities pertaining to new parking lots for third parties. In addition, this position oversees investment of development properties, selling and leasing of CPA owned properties, and general management of CPA properties and assets.
Provides leadership to the Facilities Department, ensuring day to day activities and long term goals are met for on- and off-street parking, tenant space, facilities equipment, and joint ventures are within budget;
Manages the acquisition, selling, and leasing of CPA property;
Manages and monitors CPA assets through development of effective life cycle maintenance strategies;
Oversees capital projects and contract administration;
Provides support to the Strategic Asset Advisory Committee and the CPA Board.
The successful candidate will have minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Management, Planning or related discipline with a minimum of 8 years of related experience.
Management/supervisory experience required.
Experience with negotiating commercial property purchases, sales and leases required.
Capital project management experience and prior public sector facilities management experience are considered assets.
a Real Property Administrator (RPA),
a Facilities Management Administrator (FMA),
a Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP), or
a Canadian Certified Parking Facility Manager (CCPFM) are considered assets.
Competencies for this position include: leadership, building a successful team, building strategic working relationships, building trust, coaching and developing others, communication, decision making, delegating responsibility, gaining commitment, planning & organizing, stress tolerance.
Hours of Work This position works a 35 hour work week.
Compensation Exempt Pay Band F ($101,175 - $155,916)
The Calgary Parking Authority is committed to Employment Equity and encourages applications from all who are qualified. Applicants are thanked in advance for their interest and advised that only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted. Applicants are advised that this position requires completion of a Police Information Check to determine eligibility for employment. Successful applicants must provide proof of qualifications.
The Calgary Parking Authority fulfills the City of Calgary's parking mandates and implements the municipality's parking policies by managing on- and off-street public parking facilities, enforcement programs and providing parking advisory services.
Today, the Calgary Parking Authority uses leading-edge technology to provide public parking on-street, in parkades and in surface parking lots. We operate without using any municipal tax revenues.