Seeking Employment in the Manufactured Home Community Industry
Seeking Employee In The Manufactured Home Community Industry
 

 

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Lakeshore Management is seeking a Manufactured Home Acquisition Manager for a portfolio of MH Communities in the Florida Region (Orlando, Tampa and South Florida) Under the direction of the Director of Operations; the Acquisition Manager is the leader responsible for the procurement of Mobile homes and focuses on acquiring, site selection, and the execution of the transaction as defined by our policies and procedures.
The Responsibilities:
 Identify and analyze acquisition opportunities
 Negotiate sale transactions
 Packaging deals from clients, manufacturer and business units
 Research mobile home sales and aim to find the best quality and price
 Finalize the transaction and assist with the move of the home to specified communities.
 Interprets, implements and oversees adherence to company standards and applicable laws
The Requirements:
 2 to 5 years of related experience in mobile/manufactured home purchasing and or purchasing/procurement background
 Ability to manage multiple projects effectively and efficiently
 General knowledge in construction and project management is helpful
 Experience with budget preparation and financial accountability
 Strong communication and negotiation skills
 Good computer skills are needed
 Showing Flexibility in any situation
 Focusing on Results Orientation
Lakeshore Management believes that our people are one of our most important assets, and we invest in them accordingly. We offer our employees a competitive salary, health/dental/vision benefits, 401(k), STD and Life insurance.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We support a safe, healthy and drug-free workplace through criminal background, credit and motor vehicle license checks and pre-employment drug testing.
If you are interested in becoming part of our world-class team, please submit your resume on-line to regionalresumesmhc@gmail.com
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Last Revised: March 30, 2011