Under the general supervision of the Director of Logistics and External Relations, the Facility Manager performs a variety of work in the maintenance and repair of buildings and grounds of various facilities. One primary goals of Superior Air-Ground Ambulance to provide high quality support to the employees it serves. Such a level of quality depends ultimately on the staff's desire and ability to work together, individually, and as a team. The employee is expected to be professional, punctual, maintain regular attendance, cooperative, organized, and enthusiastic at all times.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop and implement a facility management program including preventative maintenance and life-cycle requirements
- Conduct and document regular facilities inspections to include picture reports
- Ensure compliance with health, safety standards and industry codes
- Allocate and manage facility space for maximum efficiency
- Supervise maintenance and repair of facilities and equipment
- Oversee facility refurbishment and renovations
- Plan and manage facility central services such as security, cleaning, waste disposal and parking
- Obtain quotes and tenders from vendors and suppliers
- Calculate and compare costs for goods and services to maximize cost-effectiveness
- Negotiate and manage contracts to optimize delivery and cost saving
- Manage contractor and vendor relationships
- Manage and review service contracts to ensure facility management needs are being met
- Check completed work by contractors and vendors and authorize step payments when warranted
- Verify payment and invoicing match contract pricing
- Ensure efficient utilization of facility maintenance staff
- Generate and present regular reports and reviews of facility-related budgets, finances, contracts, expenditures and purchases including estimated major upcoming repairs
- Develop and implement cost reduction initiatives
- Advise on and monitor energy efficiency
- Assure security of the facility
- Respond to facility and equipment alarms and system failures even during off hours when situations warrant them
- Provide prompt response to requests and issues from facility occupants
- Work within budget constraints
· Bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management, Facilities Engineering or related qualification such as project management, business management or construction management. Experience in lieu of Bachelor’s degree will be considered
· Knowledge of principles and practices of project management
· Knowledge of principles and practices of business administration
· Knowledge of financial principles and practices
· Knowledge of electrical and mechanical systems
· Knowledge of procurement and contracts
· Knowledge of health, safety and environmental regulations
· Experience in construction, maintenance and all facets of facility operation
· Supervisory experience
· Computer and systems knowledge
· Occasionally: kneeling, stooping, stretching, bending, leaning; must be able to lift up to 75 pounds.
· Frequently: hearing/listening, clear speech, reaching, touching, typing
- Prompt and regular attendance at work.
· Ability to perform visual inspections.
· Must have a valid driver’s license.
Works outdoors and indoors with occasional exposure to hazardous conditions and to blood/body fluids, fumes/odors, extended day, and temperature changes. Frequently works with others, face-to-face contact with others with exposure to noise, mechanical equipment, and electrical equipment.
- Pay Type Salary
- Travel Required No
- Required Education Bachelor’s Degree
- Warren, MI, USA