Compensation: $52,000 - $56,000 + car allowance per year
Location: Toronto, ON
Who You’ll Work For?
REEF transforms urban spaces into community hubs that create jobs and bring new goods, services and experiences to the neighborhood. With an ecosystem of 5,000 locations and a team that’s over 18,000 strong, REEF is the largest operator of parking real estate and delivery restaurants in North America. By connecting the world to your block, we’re making the place you live, the place you love to be.
What You’ll Do
The Senior Parking Manager ensures the safe and efficient parking operations, while delivering service that exceeds our customer/client’s expectations. The Senior Parking Manager is responsible for all aspects of operating the parking facility including staff management, revenue control, safety, and client relations.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS):
Site management coverage for vacations, leaves, etc.
Complete site analysis & provide recommendations on by-law requirements, rates, events, monthly parking, reserved parking, EV stations, etc.
Support Account Management team with projects, site openings and closings, and other special assignments
Site Manager Responsibilities during site coverages
Responsible for the supervision of location staff including: delegating, coaching/developing, monitoring performance, and ensuring compliance with all company standards.
Recruit, select, and train new employees; develop onboarding plan for new employees to ensure success.
Act as the main point of contact to client or Property Manager; attend location meetings as appropriate and respond to client requests in order to develop and maintain a good working relationship.
Monitor maintenance of the facility and associated premises to ensure that the garage/lot is clean, safe, and maintained to standards; supervise on-going maintenance projects to ensure quality and timely completion.
Manage ticket inventory, cash flow, reports, and audits to prevent loss through theft, error, or carelessness.
Review profit and loss statements, adjustments, and variance reports on a monthly basis; make adjustments as necessary to achieve budget goals.
Prepare daily, weekly, and monthly operating reports as required.
Use respectful communication to assist guests with their questions, problems, and concerns; address escalated concerns from guests.
Immediately respond to reports of accidents, incidents or safety concerns.
Communicate professionally at all times with guests, client, and teammates.
What We Want From You:
At least 18 years of age
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Experience in account management and revenue collection
Previous supervisory experience
Previous in the parking industry, preferred
What We’ll Provide
RRSP Matching Program
Personal Absence Days (PAD)
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Occasionally move around the property by walking for extended periods of
Frequently operate small office equipment such as cash register, calculator, copier/printer
Will remain in seated position for extended periods of
Work is performed in indoor as well as outdoor environments.
Employees are subject to environmental conditions including extreme heat and cold weather.
Protection from weather conditions may be provided, but not necessarily from temperature changes.