Tenant Service Coordinator, Tenant service coordinator jobs, Tenant service coordinator job description

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The Service Coordinator (TSC) answers to the Facility Manager (FM) Assistant Facility Manager (AFM) and works in harmony with the Maintenance Supervisor (MS) and the Property Service Coordinator (PSC).

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The TSC is the front line person in dealing with the tenants and their requirements on a daily basis maintaining strong tenant and vendor relations, providing assistance and support in delivery of tenant services and in general administrative help.


Ensure that services and systems performance meets all lease requirements and to take the necessary action to ensure such.

Ensure that small tenant projects is being performed as required to meet mandated health and safety requirements as well as tenant requests.

Ensure compliance with all Occupational Health and Safety legislation, guidelines, standards, policies, procedures and practices. Assist in tracking and resolution of tenant service requests received by the client ensuring issues are addressed and resolved in a timely manner.

Assist with security arrangements of security for contractors as required. This usually requires liaising with the building security department.


High school diploma with additional certification in facilities management.

Minimum of 3 years experience in a related and parallel industry.

Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and Powerpoint) is required.

Superior client management/customer service skills with an emphasis on verbal/written communication

Familiarity with general accounting principles an asset

General knowledge of building systems, construction practices and related code/legislative requirements would be an asset.

General knowledge of health & safety legislation, codes of practice, and internal standards and guidelines relating to contractors within the managed facility

General knowledge of project delivery and tendering processes

Strong organizational, analytical and documentation skills with the ability to multi-task and set priorities.

Ability to read construction drawings and administer contracts.

Ability to meet deadlines and schedules.

Skilled in developing strong working relationships with contractors, clients and consultants.

Valid Driver’s license

The tenant service coordinator must have the ability to obtain Federal Government Security Clearance.

Facility Management

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