Facilities/Building Operations Manager
Bellevue Arts Museum - Bellevue, WA

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The Bellevue Art Museum is currently accepting applications for the position of Facilities/Building Operations Manager.
The Bellevue Arts Museum is the premier center for exploring art, craft and design in the Pacific Northwest. Our employees help us to achieve and strengthen the Museum's exhibitions and the engaging education programs for the benefit of our community. As the Facility/Building Operations Manager, it is essential to make this vision a reality by maintaining the facility to the high standard of excellence which is The Bellevue Arts Museum.
JOB TITLE: Facility/Building Operations Manager
STATUS: Full-Time Exempt
SALARY RANGE: $50,000 - $55,000 (Based On Experience)
STARTING: (Opened until Filled)

General Description:
The BAM Facilities/Building Operations Manager is directly responsible and/or oversees the operations of the buildings core operational systems, HVAC, Lighting, Security, Phones, Elevators, Fire System and Janitorial. This position will be responsible for the services listed and the processes that are needed to support the organization. This position will ensure that BAM has the most suitable working environment for its employees and their activities. Duties will vary, but focus will be on using the best business practices to improve efficiency, by reducing operating costs while increasing productivity. This position requires a professional capable of managing the administrative responsibilities (currently estimated at 20% of time) and personally executing many of the maintenance and or repair requirements. This position currently reports to the Executive Director.

Building Maintenance:
Accomplish all necessary on-going repair and maintenance requirements through own efforts and/or using external vendors when necessary.
Maintain and manage mechanical systems maximizing efficiencies and reliability.
Maintain the facility’s internal and external appearance through personal participation and the management of contracted custodial staff
Make cost estimates of construction, remodeling, and special projects;
Select, train, and evaluate employees; participate in employee discipline within the policies of the Museum;
Order and approve purchase of equipment materials and maintain an adequate inventory of required supplies to carry on shop or maintenance work;
Develop and implement a preventative maintenance program for critical building systems.
Ensure that all building safety rules and regulations are followed.
Maintain records on all work performed; write reports as required.
Conduct all periodic building maintenance and inspections (Daily, Quarterly, Annually) to determine necessary repairs and project costs, for physical building operations.
Serve as a staff liaison and support Facilities Advisory Committee to the Board.
Serve on a team to establish a long term capital repair and replacement plan.
Manage / oversee the building phone system.
Support internally generated facility requests including banner hanging, installation and de-installation requirements,
Support special facility projects.

Security Management
Manage vendor contract for security.
Manage all alarm with the system, serve as primary respondent.
Manage internal security system and ensure code compliance – access, drills, etc.

Event Support
Working with the Special Events Manager, ensuring that all facility requirements for set up, tear down and specific event needs (including audio/visual) are fulfilled.
Serve as team member and point of contact responsible for facility and security requirements for annual ArtsFair and Indulge events.

Administrative Duties
Assist in the development of the Museum procedures, policies, and budgets.
Work with all state and local governments as required.
Manage outside contractors, including but not limited to: Security, Janitorial, Mechanical, Elevator and Fire System.
Assist in establishing budgets for areas of responsibility on an annual basis and reforecast quarterly.
Manage approved expenditures following established accounting procedures.
Recruit, hire, train, and manage any part time employees within the policies and procedures of the Museum.
Create and execute an annual plan for facility management requirements.
Maintain facility handbooks, manuals and logs.
Meet with supervisory staff on a regular basis issuing reports on contracts and building conditions.

A minimum of 10 years of experience in facility operations and/or management.
Experience with facility management and systems software.
Fork life operator certification.
07 Electrical License preferred.
Highly organized, detail oriented – able to prioritize work load.
Demonstrated skill in working in a team environment.
Ability to lift objects up to seventy five (75) pounds.
Available to work evenings and weekends.