Facility Manager Job summary 1
We are currently recruiting for a Facility Manager. This position will be responsible for providing management direction and leadership to ensure that the facility is operated in a safe, reliable, and economic manner consistent with site O&M agreement, contracts, permits, and rules, regulations and written instructions form the facility owner.
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Ensure the facility is operated in a safe manner and ensure that a safe work environment is provided and maintained to minimize the risk of accidents and injuries.
Oversee all environmental reporting and testing activities and ensure that required environmental programs are properly implemented and that the facility maintains full compliance with all permits.
Compliance with all company policies, procedures, and commercial commitments.
Implement programs and activities that provide a work environment that promotes effective goal accomplishment, productivity, and morale.
Optimize plant performance through appropriate utilization of manpower, equipment, supplies and external support.
Recruit, supervise and manage the facility staff to meet the goals and objectives of the facility and company. Provide coaching, training, and development opportunities for the team to ensure appropriate skill sets are maintained. This includes the implementation and scheduling of training programs that cover operations, maintenance, safety, and regulatory areas.
Prepare the annual budget and facility operating plan.
Responsible for purchasing, inventory, cost control and cost management
Prepare monthly reports detailing significant plant activities and updates on the facility operating plan. This includes the preparation of budget variance reports.
Communicate effectively with the site staff, management, facility owner, vendors, and outside agencies.
Actively engage the owner in understanding their needs and expectations and demonstrate effective management skills in meeting or exceeding these needs and expectations.
Responsible for the enforcement and compliance with the operations and maintenance agreement.
Prepare and submit to the facility owner, in a timely, manner all reports and information required under the terms of the O&M contract.
Provide recommendations to the owner on plant upgrades and enhancements that would improve the reliability, performance, safety, or environmental readiness of the plant. The recommendations should include a cost benefit analysis.
Oversee the planning and implementation of maintenance and outage activities. Provide outage reports to the owner summarizing significant events of the outage.
Facility Manager Requirements & Skills 1
Demonstrated track record of successful goal achievement.
A thorough demonstrated understanding of power plant operations, including a working knowledge of the operations & maintenance functions.
A working knowledge of chemistry as it relates to plant operations as well as environmental and water treatment programs and statutory regulations.
Understand budgets, bid proposals, contract evaluation, basic accounting principles, plant economics and power pool operations.
Demonstrate the ability to make competent decisions in emergency situations.
Demonstrate the ability to read and interpret mechanical drawings, electrical one-lines, logic drawings, and technical manuals.
Ability to solve practical problems, clearly communicate tasks and needs, and training of other personnel.
Analyses and interprets data to make sound professional judgments and recommendations.
Ability to manage and motivate up to 25 subordinates.
Demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills.
Competent computer skills with experience in using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS project.
Past experience in operating or maintaining large frame gas turbines would be an asset.
Experience in Startup or Operations of a Combined Cycle Power Station.
A substantial number of year’s relevant experience, with a significant proportion of this in a management position.
A four-year degree or commensurate experience is required.
Facility Manager Job summary 2
We are looking for an experienced
Facility Manager to join our team and provide direct supervision of the operations group during an assigned shift. The successful candidates will have prior progressive supervisory experience in the management of a production facility, and experience working with hazardous materials, environmental restoration, or chemical manufacturing operations.
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Facility Manager Job summary 3
Facility Manager will provide operational oversight for all production processes for a plant or multiple plants. We seek a multifaceted professional to ensure areas of responsibilities meet standards for safety, quality, operational effectiveness and financial performance.
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Facility Manager Job summary 4
The Facility Manager, is responsible for management of all plant operations for our facility. The
Facility Manager acts as second in command in the absence of the General Manager.
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Ensuring that Health and Safety is the number one priority by complying with all safe work practices, policies, and processes and acting in a safe manner at all times;
Perform multiple site-specific plant operations such as treatment facility operations, drum management, and onsite maintenance of the treatment facility and grounds;
Oversee and manage multiple areas and shifts within the facility;
Supervise and develops multiple Operations Supervisors, Plant Foremen and plant operations;
Ensure proper waste routing and management according to specified efficiencies;
Work in conjunction with the General Manager on personnel functions including, but not limited to hiring, terminating, development, etc;
Work closely with the General Manager to continue to develop and enhance the facilities throughput and operation;
Analyze and reviews profitability of facility in conjunction with the General Manager;
Ensure that employees follow and maintain all applicable Health and Safety Standard Operating Procedures and Environmental Compliance Permits. Holds employees accountable;
Ensure, understand and has ownership for area specific permit required compliance standards.
Develop daily production goals for multiple groups and ensures execution.
Facility Manager Requirements & Skills 4
BS in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering required
6+ years of plant operations and supervision experience;
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets;
Strong leadership and management skills;
DOT training and in-depth knowledge of CHI systems;
Requires eyesight color determination;
Requires standing, pulling and/or pushing, carrying, reaching, stooping and crouching, speaking, listening, or smelling;
Respirator Fit test;
Requires sitting, climbing, walking, lifting, grasping, crawling, near vision acuity;
Facility Manager Job summary 5
Facility Manager is responsible for maintaining the operational and transactional responsibilities of the department. Manages the coordination of day to day activities of a specific business function. Primary emphasis is achieving results by building engagement and empowering their teams.
The Facility Manager manages the maintenance staff at assigned facility (e.g., custodial, grounds, pool) to keep the facility building systems (e.g., structural, electrical, HVAC) operational, with consideration to staff security and safety.
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Manage and work with respective teams to implement policies, procedures, programs and initiatives that pertain to their functional unit. Set clear goals, organize work plans, and divide work accordingly. Assure adherence to daily operational items, such as budgets, schedules, and performance.
Apply managerial thinking and decision making to deliver results and ensure project/team success. Provides leadership to teams in their area of responsibility.
Solve for problems, including defining, tackling and mitigating issues or situations. Map or assess situations, formulate options and provide guidance within a defined latitude.
Establish targets, analyze performance and follow up to ensure achievement plan is attainable.
Analyze past trends, identify gaps, and understand district to provide recommendations.
Work on issues that require thorough analysis; apply discretion for decisions that could impact short term goals. Uses set guidance, policies and procedures to make decisions and address operational challenges.
Collaborate with other functions, peers and teams. Gain credibility and cooperation across the organization. Convey progress and goal results with functional areas. Conduct trainings, present findings & materials and other deliverables.
Improves team performance through coaching, feedback and mentoring. Entrust and motivate direct reports by providing direction, and facilitate skill building.
Facility Management Level I – V is determined by assignment type (e.g., elementary, combined site, high school, multi-site) and Facility Management Department.
Opens facility, checking work orders, evaluating grounds and considering safety guidelines and policies.
Supervises/Manages the custodial activities of assigned facility according to appearance standards after use.
Manages and performs maintenance activities of facility grounds (e.g., trims landscaping, mows grass, removes snow and ice, athletic field irrigation) and housekeeping activities (e.g., the positive appearance of facility, graffiti).
Communicates and coordinates with Facility Maintenance other District departments (e.g., DoTs for alarms) for major repairs that cannot be completed by assigned FM or facility maintenance staff (e.g., elevator, HVAC repairs, major plumbing, electrical), and submits requisitions (e.g., EMPAC).
Troubleshoots and performs minor repair and maintenance on building systems (e.g., electrical, plumbing, structural, pool), building furniture and fixtures.
Troubleshoots and performs daily maintenance on facility HVAC systems, checking function and safety; and documenting system modifications.
Monitors safety and security of building and grounds, securing doors and windows, conducting monthly fire drills, ensuring facility meets fire code, and coordinating with fire department for inspections.
Leads, supervises, coordinates and trains facility staff, conducts performance evaluations, and makes employee personnel recommendations to area supervisor.
Responds to facility emergencies on a 24 hour 7 days a week schedule.
Schedules and delegates to assigned staff based on maintenance schedule and work priority.
Maintains working order of facility tools, vacuums, floor maintenance equipment.
Receives weekly supply orders and shipments and verifies accuracy of order and distributes to classroom.
Conducts facility fire alarm drills according to site manager schedule.
Supervises/Manages the custodial activities of assigned facility according to appearance standards after use.
Perform other duties as requested.
Facility Manager Requirements & Skills 5
Two (2) or more years of relevant experience.
Two (2) or more years of management responsibilities.
Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations.
Strong organizational and analytic skills and strong attention to detail.
Self-starter/leader who can anticipate department needs in a proactive (versus, reactive) manner.
Ability to develop and interpret data and manage resources.
Ability to motivate and influence others.
Ability to effectively lead a team.
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and Outlook, as well as Google Suite.
Ability to multi-task and juggle management of several high-priority projects in parallel.
High degree of integrity in handling confidential information.
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, including the ability to lead a high-performing team.
Knowledge of basic HVAC maintenance, trouble shoot, repair, preferred.
Knowledge of basic electrical wiring, knowledge of voltage and wattage, preferred.
Basic to intermediate knowledge of plumbing troubleshooting, maintenance and repair (e.g., repairing urinal, toilets, drain work, unclogging), preferred.
Advanced knowledge of custodial knowledge (e.g., stripping, waxing, sealing wood floors), preferred.
Knowledge of OSHA guidelines and procedures, and MSDS sheets for cleaning supply and chemical use, preferred.
Knowledge of automated building systems may be required depending on assignment (e.g., IBAS), preferred.
Knowledge of pool operation, maintenance and repair may be required depending on assignment, preferred.
Ability to work effectively as a team member, preferred.
Ability to work with diverse student population and community, preferred.
Ability to multi-task and complete work with frequent interruptions, preferred.
Ability to communicate clearly in both written and oral formats, preferred.
Proficiency with MS Office and other computer software programs, preferred.
High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
Facility Manager Job summary 6
Facility Manager oversees the planning and execution of operations and maintenance activities within the Facilities Management Program, include administrative support staff, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, buildings and grounds, custodial, and security. This position is integral to budget review, project management, and fiscal planning for a wide variety of facility improvement projects statewide through direct oversight or consultation.
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Administration of the Facilities Management Program
Administration of multiple statewide computer management/information systems
Develop a long-range plan and vision for the program
Develop operation standards and policies that comply with all applicable regulations, rules, codes, guidelines, standards, and specified performance criteria
Plan, develop and administer the facility program budgets, including operational budgets, capital construction budgets, design, and construction engineering budgets
Assist with review and provide recommendations regarding project and budget approval
Oversight and development of subordinate managers and supervisors
Establish training budgets for facility program, set internal standards for certification and certification timelines
Responsible for final decisions pertaining to personnel
Manage, design, and develop projects statewide from conceptualization, planning, design, specification, bidding, construction, commissioning, completion to final acceptance
Engaging and managing appropriate engineering and architectural consultants to aid in the design, bidding, and construction management of projects
Coordinate process improvement for the facility programs
Serve on committees and/or councils associated with facility management which have the goal of setting the standards of the facility management area of expertise
Stay current on trends and best practices for facilities management
Communicate with executive staff, program managers, representatives of Federal, State, County, and Municipal government and regulatory agencies for sharing
Manages a large staff of subordinate master level supervisors and journeyman level trades technicians who perform daily and long-range maintenance tasks related to HVAC, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing
Responsible for oversight of scheduled trades projects and allocation of resources
Oversight of the preparation of annual maintenance budgets
Responsible for oversight of services contracts and contract services
Ensures that project designs integrate into existing systems
Oversees funding and allocation of funds for projects to ensure appropriate funding to approved construction projects
Facility Manager Requirements & Skills 6
Knowledge of hazardous material handling and laws
Knowledge of occupational health and safety rules and regulation
Knowledge of budget development and control
Knowledge of federal, state, and agency purchasing and property control procedures
Knowledge of policies, procedures, facilities, and security
Knowledge of building equipment repair and maintenance equipment repair
Knowledge of emergency, preventive, and corrective maintenance
Knowledge of heavy and light equipment operation
Knowledge of the State, County, and City building codes and laws
Knowledge of the department of environmental quality laws and regulations
Knowledge of business practices and procedures
Skills in inventory control and purchasing
Skilled in computer software programs such as Microsoft Office, Google, and management systems
Bachelor's Degree (typically in Management)
2-4 years of progressive work experience in the management of Facilities
Facility Manager Job summary 7
The primary purpose of the Facility Manager, is to ensure that the organization, acquires, operates repairs, maintains, alters, and cleans building and associated utility, transportation systems and grounds in a manner that provides the most suitable, and productive environment for normal operations and planned contingencies.
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Participate in analyzing and making resource (funding, personnel and equipment, power, communication, and space) recommendations concerning facility requirements for workload and project workflows.
Plan, organize, and direct the activities of facility management, maintenance, construction, and modification projects ensuring that these activities comply with legal and regulatory requirements and meets customer needs.
Represent the organization with a variety of installation, center, and functional area organizations, establishes. develops, and maintains effective working relationships with civil engineering, environmental management, and communications group.
Serve as project representative for coordination of the technical aspects, analysis and applications during the design through complete construction.
Facility Manager Requirements & Skills 7
Applicants must have at least one year (52 weeks) of specialized experience at the next lower grade GS-11, or equivalent in other pay systems.
Knowledge of administrative, operations, parts acquisition, training requirements, systems management, budgeting, financial analysis, planning, plans and programs, work loading, scheduling, equipment planning and acquisition, safely, environmental management, contingency planning, security, building/facilities planning and maintenance, space utilization.
Knowledge of safety and security regulations and practices and procedures.
Ability to analyze, plan, coordinate, and adjust work operations of one or more organizational segments to meet program requirements mid objectives.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Facility Manager Job summary 8
Facility Manager role is deeply involved in providing exceptional leadership for a designated account with a distinct focus on productivity, growth and delivering operational excellence. This position will be accountable for providing optimal customer relations, operations and maintenance management for the assigned facility. The Facility Manager will provide light maintenance, oversee janitorial operations, mailroom operations, and focus on the upkeep on the full grounds.
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