Fischer Homes is one of the largest and most reputable home builders in the Greater Cincinnati, Columbus, Indianapolis, Atlanta, and Louisville areas. Founded in 1980, the company has grown to building over 24,000 homes and employs over 500 Associates. Fischer Homes' solid reputation has been built largely by the talent of our Associates as we have been recognized as the 37th largest builder in the United States.
Within the Fischer Homes organization, we value diversity and see each Associate as a team member and valuable asset. We select highly competent individuals to join our team, provide them with all of the resources, training, and development possible for them to make significant contributions, drive their own success while determining their career paths. The rewards for their efforts are advanced career opportunities with commensurate compensation packages and ultimately, the continued growth and stability of both Associates and Fischer Homes.
Fischer Homes holds the highest ethical standards of business. We are honest and straightforward and will stand by our word. Our actions demonstrate respect, courtesy and above all, fairness.
Provides essential administrative and systems support to all division functions including, but not limited to, mail delivery, correspondence, maintenance of phone list, deposit and invoice coordination, support of permitting and start pack process, maintaining design center calendar, assisting customers with preview appointments, answering general calls, etc.
Ensures that the Receptionist area and supply room are fully functional and spotless including the ordering and maintenance of supplies. Supports office with supply related issues and questions, offering assistance when needed.
Receives visitors and notifies appropriate Associates.
Ensures the cleanliness of conference rooms while managing the kitchen areas so that supplies and clean glassware are available. Ensures that refrigerators are kept clean and professional.
Maintains office space with requesting work orders, reserving common space for meetings and working with building management.
Ensures effective client computer services of PC hardware and software installation as well as PC and printer troubleshooting.
Maintains supplies for all printers, plotters and network devices and coordinates needed repairs and troubleshooting with corporate IS department. Swaps defective hardware with new hardware for users while being responsible for all spare equipment for the division and inventorying such items.
Sets-up model home computer, network and printer devices.
Verifies correct cabling and electrical outlets in each model home prior to drywall.
Strong computer skills.
Exceptional attention to detail and organization skills.
Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
Demonstrated problem solving skills and the ability to successfully handle multiple tasks.
Strong leadership skills.
Driven and self-starting. Able to operate efficiently and independently.
Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Organizational Leadership, Information Systems, Computer Science or Interior Design is preferred.
Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, 401K/403b Plan, Educational Assistance, Special Incentive Plans
This is a Full-Time position 1st Shift.
Number of Openings for this position: 1