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BOMA Regina Chief Staff Officer Position

BOMA Regina is seeking a qualified person for the position of Chief Staff Officer. We’re looking for someone like you who can provide unlimited drive and dedication to serving our members and association.

This instrumental role is ideal for an outgoing, energetic and enthusiastic candidate who enjoys meeting people within the commercial real estate industry, and its partners, and being personally involved in all aspects of a growing nonprofit association.

If you’re interested in pursuing this life-changing opportunity, please send your resume to prior to November 28, 2017.

Chief Staff Officer Summary of Duties

The Chief Staff Officer serves as the chief administrator of the Building Owners’ and Managers’ Association of Regina.   The Chief Staff Officer will represent BOMA Regina in the community, representing the interests of building owners and managers in the real estate industry through education, recognition, professional development, best practices, and providing opportunities that foster business relationships. 

The Chief Staff Officer reports directly to the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.

You will have the responsibility for execution/adherence of:

  • All the policies as set forth in the Association’s Bylaws or as may be established from time to time by the Board of Directors.
  • Implementation of all Association programs and events.
  • Management, coordination and administration of functions of board and membership, including meeting attendance as required.
  • Representation of BOMA Regina on BOMA Canada Chief Staff Officer (CSO) council
  • Maintenance of the BOMA Regina website as directed by the Board.

If you have the following qualifications, and are willing to devote 60 hours per month to this role, you are the ideal applicant for this position.

  • Superb written, verbal and interpersonal skills.
  • Time management and flexibility with job duties.
  • Technical skills.  Microsoft office, accounting software, etc.
  • Creative, self-starter attitude.
  • Volunteer service mentality.
  • Organized and inspiring team leader.
  • Ability to travel will be required in order to attend CSO council meetings and the annual national convention.

Building Manager - Ministry of Central Services

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Job Description - Building Manager (INS001960)

Building Manager - INS001960

Employment Type:  Permanent Full-time

Location(s):  SK--Regina and Area-Regina  

Ministry:  013 Central Services

Salary Range:  $6,020 - $7,825 Monthly

Grade:  MCP.06.

A challenging opportunity exists as Building Manager within the South (Regina) of the Property Management Division of Central Services

As an integral part of the Region’s Management Team, you will participate in determining operating plans including resource planning, building requirements and maintenance projects. Reporting to the Regional Director and through the autonomous management and supervision of staff, you will be responsible for the marketing and delivery of corporate services within an assigned portfolio of leased and owned space.  You will maintain contact with department representatives, property owners/managers, contractors, suppliers and corporate employees to ensure needs are met.  You will administer the terms of the lease agreements between Central Services and landlords, and be responsible for the assigned portfolio.

As the successful candidate, you will have experience in building management with demonstrated financial and human resource management skills.  Knowledge of the methods, procedures and standards of building trades and their function in the building construction/maintenance is required, as is the ability to interpret building plans and demonstrated leadership ability, strong supervisory skills and effective judgement and decision making abilities.  You must be well organized and possess good written and verbal communication skills and high levels of interpersonal and public relation skills with a focus on customer service.

Typically knowledge and skills required for this position are acquired through an RPA or equivalent designation and/or experience. Candidates who do not possess a designation would be required to enroll in RPA or equivalent designation program.

Candidates must clearly indicate in their application, resume or cover letter how they have acquired the skills and abilities required for this position.  Applicants will be screened based on the information provided.

We are committed to workplace diversity.

Hours of Work:  M - Monthly Out of Scope
Shift:  Day Job
Travel:  Yes, 25 % of the Time
Number of Openings:  1

Closing Date: Nov 25, 2017, 11:59:00 PM

Maintenance Engineer - SaskCentral

Our employees tell us SaskCentral is a great place to work.  It’s more than the competitive salaries and excellent benefits we offer. We believe you can have a challenging, rewarding career and work life balance, too. We value and support workplace diversity.

Maintenance Engineer

We are seeking an outgoing and energetic team player to support the day-to-day operations of our facility. This includes ensuring the building is clean, safe, secure and responsive to the needs of employees and tenants.


As someone who is mechanically inclined, you will be responsible for following preventative maintenance programs/procedures and ensuring all OH&S standards are met.  You will also monitor, control and schedule heating, cooling, air handling equipment programs and apply water treatment programs.  Responding to card access requests, maintaining the database and ensuring it is operational will be a part of your ongoing responsibility.


The successful candidate will have 5th Class Steam Engineers Certification, Refrigeration Engineers Certification, and WHMIS Certification. The ability to read and understand Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and familiarity with building automation systems will be key to your success in this position.

The successful candidate will be required to be on call and perform weekend checks every third week on a rotational basis.

Please provide examples of how you meet the qualifications for this position in your cover letter.

Applicants who are interested in this opportunity should submit their resume in confidence stating Competition No. 1117-10FTP by November 24, 2017 to:

 SaskCentral Human Resources

2055 Albert Street, Regina, SK S4P 3G8

Fax:  (306) 566-1444 

Our employees tell us SaskCentral is a great place to work. It’s more than the competitive salaries and excellent benefits we offer. We believe you can have a challenging, rewarding career and work life balance, too. We value and support workplace diversity. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.       

Property Manager, Saskatoon - Innovation Place

Can you juggle?

If you have patience and style no matter what’s thrown your way . . . you might be the act for us!

INNOVATION PLACE is looking for a PROPERTY MANAGER who can multi-task with ease and juggle responsibilities. We want someone who can serve as an ambassador for Innovation Place and manage the overall tenant experience. We have an unwavering commitment to our tenants’ success and your professionalism and positive attitude will be an asset.


  • the ability to develop great tenant and community relationships based on outstanding communication skills
  • the ability to make timely decisions and provide clear directions
  • excellent understanding of leases, legal and contractual issues
  • strong financial, analytical and leadership skills as well as a focus on customer service
  • commitment to environmental sustainability and engagement of tenants in reducing our environmental footprint
  • excellent understanding of the commercial real estate market
  • a university degree in Commerce or Business Administration and/or a Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation from the Real Estate Institute of Canada, or Real Property Administrator (RPA) from the Building Owners and Manager Institute International, plus five to seven years’ experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience


  • highly engaged employees working in one of the
  • world’s best technology parks
  • a flexible and fast-paced work environment
  • a great benefits package
  • a wide variety of tenants

. . . and we don’t drop the ball on work / life balance!

For more information and to apply, please visit by November 24, 2017.

Coordinator, Facilities Operation - City of Regina

This position provides leadership and direction to ensure the effective operation, maintenance, security and management of office buildings, major sport and recreation facilities and other various city-owned buildings. Responsibilities include coordinating facility requests, budget management, employee development and operational requirements for related facilities. This position reports to the Manager, Facilities Operations and supervises front-line supervisory staff.

Closing Date:  November 22, 2017

For more information and to apply, please visit our website at

Planner, Facilities Management - Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (Permanent Full Time)

An exciting opportunity exists for a Facility Planner that leads architects, interior designers, consultants, engineers, general contractors, landlords, subcontractors, suppliers, vice presidents (VP's), directors, Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), infection control, security and departmental managers to provide direction and coordination for all programming, design, renovation and construction activities within the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.  The Facility Planner ensures that Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region capital construction projects, infrastructure renewal projects and internal renovation projects are well planned, completed on time, within budget and with minimum disruption to the facilities operation and also assists in space management as well as the preparation and implementation of the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region long range facility plan.

The ideal candidate will possess a Degree/Diploma in Architecture, Interior Design, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering, Architectural Engineering Technology, Facility Engineering Technology, Facility Management Technology and/or related education and experience.  You will also possess a background in healthcare facility planning, construction, commissioning, project management and financial management. The candidate must have adaptive leadership.  Ability to provide leadership and management staff.  Excellent oral and written communication skills.  Effective time management skills.  Demonstrates good organizational skills.  Ability to manage multiple projects, set priorities and meet deadlines.  Manage highly sensitive data and information in a confidential and responsible manner.  Demonstrates critical thinking, problem solving and decision making abilities.  Ability to manage multiple unrelated tasks at the same time.  Action oriented/user friendly.  Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal/consultative relationships including conflict resolution.  Change agent.  Ability to accept and manage change.  Commitment to team work.  Ability to work effectively as a team member and mentor.  Ability to read and interpret architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical drawings and specifications along with interpreting  codes and standards for fire, plumbing, heating, handicap accessibility, OH&S and Infection control.  Excellent working knowledge of facility attributes and an understanding of the relationship between various tasks and the necessary building trades to complete those tasks.  Working knowledge of Computer Aided Design.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter in confidence to:

Employment Services

Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region

2180 – 23rd Avenue

Regina, SK    S4S 0A5

Fax:  766-5147


Coordinator, Facilities Management - Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (Permanent Full Time)

The Project Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that Community Buildings properties  and associated equipment meet the operational requirements of the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.  Associated equipment includes furniture, fire alarm panels, Arjo equipment, heating and cooling systems, and other equipment.

The incumbent will provide daily support and supervision of all areas of property management including maintenance and upkeep and compliance of all properties within all policies, guidelines and regulations; supervise assigned staff and suppliers. The successful candidate must be willing to work non‑traditional hours under general supervision.  The Project Coordinator is responsible for the development and management of project controls including budget, schedule, contracting and management of assigned staff for the successful execution of infrastructure projects.

The successful candidate will have Grade XII, or equivalent, plus 3 years of related experience and relevant courses in property management, or applicable hands‑on trade experience.  You will also be working towards Facilities Management Certification or University Degree related to facilities operation, planning and maintenance.  A Leadership Development Course is also required. You must have previous experience in performing basic  maintenance tasks and utilization of associated equipment/tools, including a working knowledge of HVAC systems/codes, electrical system/codes, OH&S rules and regulations, fire panels, and hand and power tools. 

You will have the ability to read, analyze and interpret leases, contracts, agreements, and basic blueprint as well as demonstrated proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office tools, particularly Outlook, Work and Excel. You must hold a valid driver's license

Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume in confidence to:

Employment Services

Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

2180 23rd Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan  S4S 0A5

Fax: (306) 766-5147


Project Engineer -  Facilities - City of Regina 

(Term - up to 12 months)

The City of Regina is recruiting to add a dynamic, experienced, and passionate Project Engineer to the team in the Facilities Engineering Branch. This position performs professional engineering duties in the areas of architectural technology; structural, mechanical and electrical engineering; asset management; and energy management related to various types of municipal buildings. As a project engineer you will be responsible for performing engineering analysis, preliminary and detailed designs, contract administration and project management for facility construction and improvement projects. As project lead, you will work closely with external consultants, internal clients as well as respond to inquiries from the public, media and City elected Officials. Your professionalism and superior communication skills will serve you well as you will be called upon to prepare and present reports to project teams, corporate committees and departmental Senior Management.

If you have a University degree in Engineering with a minimum of 4 years engineering experience, preferably in municipal facility design and maintenance, (P. Eng designation through APEGS will be required) you are encouraged to submit your resume for review. Comprehensive knowledge of engineering principles, processes, theories, statistics and technologies is required. A working knowledge of AutoCAD would be an asset.

Closing Date:  December 31, 2017

For more information and to apply, please visit our website at



Shopping Centre Manager, Regina, SK - Harvard Property Management Inc. 

Are you interested in working with a recognized leader in commercial real estate development in Western Canada?  Harvard Property Management Inc., a division of Harvard Developments, has an immediate opening for a Shopping Centre Manager with accountability to manage a portfolio of retail assets in Saskatchewan including local, regional and retail power centres.  Harvard is a full service real estate management company based in Western Canada that is recognized for its reputation in leadership, flexibility, quality and performance. The company oversees 10 million square feet of office, retail and industrial properties throughout Western Canada, with offices in Regina, Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg.

What’s in it for you?

  • Strong corporate values;
  • Professional colleagues who work hard and enjoy what they do;
  • Competitive, merit based compensation program with performance incentive;
  • Private industry benefits that include health, wellness, pension and group RRSP, children’s scholarship, continuous learning opportunities and the choice of excellent work life balance;
  • Opportunity to build a career in an accountability-based, flexible, fast paced and team oriented work place; and
  • Live and work in a great community and a Province experiencing a stable economic environment.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Working within a multi-disciplinary portfolio team to achieve desired standards of quality and performance in administration, financial reporting, operations, maintenance and marketing;
  • Providing superior customer service and sales generation with a strong focus on hospitality and service excellence;
  • Monitoring financial performance to achieve profitability and performance targets for both the property and the Owner; and
  • Building collaborative relationships throughout the local and national industry in support of business growth and retention.

Preference will be given to an individual who possesses:

  • Proven leadership and supervisory experience of five or more years within the retail real estate industry;
  • Exceptional customer service and hospitality orientation, with the ability to maintain strong relationships;
  • A strong understanding of financial statements and contract law;
  • Superior written and oral communication, and computer literacy skills;
  • A post-secondary degree in Business, Marketing or Finance, with demonstrated career certification as a CSM, CMD, CLS, CPM or equivalent; and
  • The relevant Provincial real estate license or the willingness to acquire it within six months of employment 

If this position provides the opportunity and challenge you are looking for, please forward your resume in confidence through our Careers tab at Harvard is willing to consider a relocation transition package for those who apply from out of province.

 Please visit our websites to learn more about Harvard:


Chief Engineer - Harvard Property Management Inc.

Harvard is seeking an experienced Chief Engineer to join its real estate management team in Regina, SK.  The position is primarily accountable for the physical plant in a sizeable portfolio of downtown office properties, including inspection, monitoring, preventive maintenance, repair and procurement of related subcontract services, as well as energy efficient operation of the building’s HVAC systems including its BAS, boilers, chillers, and related equipment.  The position is expected to self-motivate, work independently in collaboration with a team of building operations personnel, initiate action to solve problems promptly and address emergencies adequately; as well as communicate well with management, colleagues, customers and other stakeholders.

Harvard is a full service real estate management company based in Western Canada that is recognized for its reputation in leadership, flexibility, quality and performance.  The company oversees nearly 10 million square feet of office, retail and industrial properties throughout Western Canada, with offices in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Regina. 

What you bring to the job:

  • Six or more years’ experience in supervising physical plant, preferably within the commercial buildings industry;
  • Valid certification as a 4th class power engineer, with a refrigeration engineer certificate;
  • Superior customer service orientation, with excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • The ability to develop and maintain strong relationships;
  • Technologically advanced skills in a computerized environment;
  • Experience in securing and managing service contracts;
  • Appropriate planning and administrative skills, along with experience in project management; and
  • A sound understanding of energy management, environmental stewardship and workplace safety.

What’s in it for you?

  • Work hours throughout the week, with an expectation of planned or emergency weekend work on occasion; and an opportunity for flexible work scheduling;
  • Competitive salary within the building management industry, along with incentive pay and benefits, health plan, pension and group RRSP;
  • Additional benefits including children’s scholarship and a wellness program;
  • Performance driven and merit based work environment;
  • Comprehensive orientation, training and support; and
  • Encouragement of lifelong learning through education and training opportunities.

Harvard is committed to providing challenging and rewarding employment opportunities.  If you feel you are the person we are looking for in this position, please apply with your resume in confidence through the Careers tab at

Please visit our websites to learn more about Harvard:


(Permanent Full Time)

Citron Hygiene and BOMA Canada are proud to present the BOMA Canada Pandemic Guide – an important tool for property owners and managers.

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11:45 – 1:15, Regina Travelodge, 4177 Albert St.

Featuring "Big Screen, Big Fun", an interactive game-show style competition inspired by games like Jeopardy, Minute to Win it, Charades, & Daredevil Dare.

Door prize provided by B.G.E. Service & Supply Ltd. (The Filter Shop).

There is no charge for members to attend, but we do ask that you register by email no later than Dec. 4.

Non-members and guests will be charged $35 + GST. 

Regina Travelodge, 4177 Albert Street 

Clint Orr, Owner & Lead Technician, Full Throttle Furnace & Duct Cleaning Inc., will discuss the importance of Commercial Kitchen exhaust cleaning and inspection in office buildings, malls/retail centres, care homes, etc. Clint will cover the new guide lines which the Regina Fire Department requires building/restaurant owners to follow, and some of the key points to look for when hiring a Commercial Kitchen Exhaust Contractor.

A door prize will be provided by (TBD).

There is no charge for members to attend, but we do ask that you register by email no later than January 15. 

Non-members and guests will be charged $35 + GST. 

Carrie Weir, Executive Director
Email:        |        Phone: 306-596-7926        |        Fax: 306-205-3501
PO Box 20013 2102 11th Ave. Regina SK S4P 4J7