Job Title: Facilities Manager
Job Summary: The facilities manager is responsible for managing the maintenance and upkeep of equipment, machinery, buildings and grounds, and other facilities.
- Oversees the coordination of facilities maintenance and upkeep including supervision of maintenance mechanics, helpers, custodian, tool room clerk and contract services.
- Conducts daily rounds to ensure staff is completing assigned tasks, inspection of buildings and grounds, and identifies problems for correction or repair.
- Initiates planned/preventive maintenance programs for a variety of manufacturing equipment and building systems.
- Initiates and maintains a inspection program of devices and tools such as chains, straps, ladders, scaffolds, grinders, etc.
- Maintains up to date and accurate logs of preventive maintenance and inspections completed.
- Removes defective tools or machinery from service, and initiates lock out tag out procedures when appropriate until repairs are complete.
- Reports assets identified for disposal to management.
- Oversees the cleaning and maintenance of facility.
- Ensure the grounds, exterior building, landscaping and lawns are clean and well maintained for positive first impression.
- Maintains control of the assigned budget and uses good judgement in the expense of company funds.
- Participates in training for self and ensure staff receive proper training to accomplish tasks and maintain a safe working environment.
- Maintains compliance with all company policies and procedures and regulatory requirements.
- All other duties as assigned.
Skills/Qualifications: High School diploma or G.E.D. preferred; minimum of 5 years related experience preferred. Ability to understand and follow basic oral and written instructions. Knowledge of normal operating states of plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical systems and building fixtures. Knowledge of and ability to operate, diagnose and repair a wide variety of manufacturing equipment including, but not limited to, cranes, welding machines, forklifts, brake press, rollers, compressors, hydraulics, pneumatics, gas and diesel fired engines, etc. Demonstrate attention to detail, deadline-oriented, effective time management, problem solving, effective communication and a manufacturing background. Team focused and the ability to decipher large amounts of knowledge and condense into reportable and understandable outcomes.
Physical Requirements and other items to communicate:
Ability to use up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force continuously to move objects. Work deals mostly with objects, equipment and/or machines where the seeing job is at or within arm’s reach. Depth perception and field of vision (peripheral) are of some importance.
Ability to stand, walk, climb stairs and ladders; and push and pull equipment. Ability to move heavy materials and equipment. Crouches, kneels, stoops, reaches, and turns over 75% of shift. Ability to recognize differences in sound generated by equipment or machinery, which may indicate operating problems or safety concerns.