Under the supervision of the Asset Management and Sustainability Director, the Senior Facility Manager’s responsibility is to ensure the operational functionality of airport facilities in accordance with applicable regulations, usual and customary standards, and stakeholder requirements. Primary areas of oversight will include parking/roadways, passenger facilities, airfield facilities, infrastructure, specialty systems, and support buildings. Work will be divided appropriately between the functional managers in this job classification. In response to emerging situations, the employee will periodically need to work off hours as well as nights and weekends. Employee will periodically need to be available for periods of on-call responsibilities.
Examples Of Essential Duties:
Identifies projects for implementation by Department of Aviation (DOA) engineering or maintenance organizations as required for dealing with facility needs of facility tenants and/or stakeholders, ensuring facilities remain in appropriate functional status Reviews, plans, and develops budgets and phasing for capital improvement and major maintenance projects developed his/her functional area of the DOA facilities organization Prepare costs and schedules for 1, 5, and 15 year capital improvements using standard industry scheduling software Provides direction to the development of an annual plan of Facilities Assessments Coordinates activities to ensure facilities comply with all federal, state and local regulations relating to performance standards, building codes, life safety codes, and environmental regulations.
Acts as repr Acts as customer service for users of assigned facilities. Responsible for the development and implementation of systems and procedures to collect user input on the condition and functionality of facilities assigned to this position Determines cost effectiveness of planned programs within aviation facilities organization. Plans and organizes daily work routine; establishes priorities for the completion of work in accordance with department needs. Reviews tenant construction plans, and recommends appropriate financial agreements in adherence to leases/operating agreements. Prepares/completes facility assessments, and uses the data gained to forecast capital improvements and major maintenance efforts required to maintain facilities in appropriate functional condition.
A Bachelor’s Degree in architecture, project management, facilities management, engineering, or building construction (or equivalent degree) is desirable but not required. Five to eight years of facilities management or related experience is required in addition to a degree. Experience in analyzing and evaluating facilities requirements and formulating solutions and recommendations. Experience in successfully working with real estate management, architects/engineers, and maintenance personnel is desired. Experience with cost and scheduling systems is desirable. Significant additional relevant experience may be substituted for education requirements.
Has the ability to perform plan review and analysis. Is skilled at reading and interpreting scaled drawings. Is skilled at the use of computers and is skilled particular at the operation of word processing, and spreadsheet software. Is skilled in reading and interpreting site layout and grading plans. Is skilled in reading and interpreting hydrology reports.
Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Ability to comprehend and apply regulations and procedures of the department. Is capable of working under a moderate degree of stress related to duties that require constant attention to detail and tight deadlines.
The City of Atlanta is an equal opportunity employer.