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Currently Hiring for Facility Manger
Supervises: Maintenance Supervisor, Maintenance Assistants
The position is responsible for the safe, effective, and efficient monitoring and operation of the Museum’s overall physical plant. The Manager will work with a variety of departments to coordinate custodial, maintenance, and repair procedures to safeguard staff, visitors, and Museum property.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Monitor and oversee the Museum’s physical plant maintenance program and repairs, including HVAC, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, structural, information technologies, interiors, the grounds, etc.
The position involves administrative and hands-on work, including performance of building maintenance duties such as cleaning, minor repairs, cleaning, and systems maintenance on an as needed and regularly scheduled basis. Oversee and establish cleaning protocols for daily custodial procedures; train maintenance staff; manage supplies and equipment needs for all areas of the facility including restrooms, offices, conference rooms, staff kitchen, and public spaces. Develop and lead the maintenance staff by fostering a positive work environment. Oversee maintenance staff hiring, training and staff development. Organize the maintenance staff schedules Oversee and manage vendor access for preventative maintenance and repairs. Establishes and monitors annual budgets for the facility maintenance division. Make recommendations for facility improvements and assists with short- and long-term capital planning needs. Maintains plans for the facility and consults with necessary contractors on facility repairs or improvements. Works closely with multiple departments to determine demands of new exhibitions, public programming, or special events, including but not limited to lighting, plumbing, electrical needs; assists with cost effective and creative solutions. Oversee vendor plans for the install and breakdown of events and facility rentals. Coordinates closely with Security division, specifically on visitor and staff injuries, accidents, or incidents. Assures compliance with the Museum’s unique security procedures. Responds to emergency situations as they arise.
Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
Be a leading member of the Museum’s Safety Committee and assist in the updating, testing and monitoring of the Museum’s emergency and safety procedures. Attend and participate in Coordination Meetings. Manages and assists in training other Museum staff in safety practices, including but not limited to creating and implementing new policies when needed such as OSHA requirements
HS Diploma or GED with minimum two years working experience in related field required. Technical training preferred. Management experience preferred. Bachelor’s degree in related field highly preferred. Background clearances are required. Must be able to stand/walk for long periods of time. This position will require operation of mechanical lifts and work from ladders, scaffolds. It will also require periods of standing, cleaning, bending, stooping, lifting equipment, moving furniture to perform certain duties. Applicant must be able to lift/carry/move 50 lbs. Work may be subject to a rotational basis including evenings, weekends and holidays.
EOE Job Type: Full-time
COVID-19 considerations: All safety procedures are in place. PPE materials supply is in stock. This position will monitor and order new supplies.
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