The Facilities Manager must be able to consistently and successfully perform all essential functions of the position including:
1. Managing the daily maintenance activities of multiple facilities., including monitoring overall work flow, development of staffing plans, training, and conducting related performance evaluations.
2. Supervise and/or perform all maintenance services related to interior and exterior building appearance and condition in a multi-facility setting.
3. Develop plans, budgets and schedules for facilities modifications; including cost estimates, bid sheets, layouts, and contract negotiations for construction and acquisition.
4. Responsible for assuring that the facility is compliant with applicable safety, health, fire, building code, OSHA and ADA regulations related to the all facilities.
5. Perform any other duties as requested.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or equivalent plus graduation from an accredited trade school or equivalent of engineering/building management certifications. Ten years facilities/maintenance experience, including two years in a supervisory role.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills required
OTHER SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Have working knowledge of electrical, plumbing, HVAC, exterior façade, roofing and other mechanical systems in the facility
• Have working knowledge of pavement, sidewalk, landscaping equipment and chemicals and related systems
• Demonstrates knowledge of methods, practices and materials in building maintenance
• Ability to read, interpret and prepare working drawings/ blueprints for building construction, renovations, equipment and furnishings.
• Proficient in computer software programs used of administrative purposes such as Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet applications, inventory control, and work order systems
• Working knowledge and ability to utilize maintenance equipment, such as power tools, hand tools, riding lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc.
• Understanding of Federal, state and local regulations and building codes , including OSHA and ADA
• Be dependable, punctual, attention to detail, and consistent in adhering to agency quality, policies, and procedures
• Strong interpersonal skills, with ability to effectively, orally and in writing, communicate with agency executives, department heads, committees, staff, vendors, community, government officials and the public
• Principles and practices of budget management
• Effectively manage diverse staff
• Demonstrate excellent organizational and planning skills
• Possess a hands-on attitude and ability to get the job done
• Ability to negotiate with external vendors for contracts and bids