Under the direction of the Interim Senior Facilities Manager, the Facilities Manager is responsible for managing an assigned subset of operations and maintenance functions for their assigned zone. The actual duties will be determined by the Assistant Director and/or Interim Senior Facilities Manager. The subset of activities may include assignments to specific buildings that make up the larger zone, specific management of team members or a large crew within the zone, or a combination of both. This may include supervising the activities of a core team of zone management staff, custodians, landscapers, and building maintenance workers. The Facilities Manager must be prepared to act on behalf of and in the absence of the Senior Facilities Manager.
The Facilities Manager is responsible for total operation of building management and site services requiring a positive and proactive working relationship with building occupants. The Facilities Manager is responsible for day-to-day operations of their assigned buildings in a cost efficient, responsive, and proactive manner ensuring that service requests and work orders for their zone are managed effectively and that the FS priority work system is functioning properly.
The Facilities Manager initiates and manages maintenance, renovation, and remodeling projects ensuring code compliance and quality control. Coordinates the assignment of building maintenance, engineering, custodial, landscaping, project management and other staff to correct maintenance deficiencies and to respond to facility-related business and emergencies. Interprets regulatory agency policies to building occupants and ensures that health and safety codes are followed. Coordinates prompt response to facilities emergencies in their assigned buildings and ensures customers are properly notified of the impact of the emergency on their area.
The Facilities Manager is responsible for providing various project management services to campus and client departments to achieve construction projects to be on schedule, within budget, high quality, cost effective and appropriate to client program needs. The individual will assist in organizing, planning, and managing various design & construction small projects. This responsibility requires the individual to schedule multiple project milestones and to maintain budget tracking while maintaining professional working relationships with contractors, state agencies, and University staff at all levels.
In addition to managing projects, the Facilities Manager will have assigned, specialized duties that support the overall mission of Facilities Services (FS). These duties typically entail serving as Building Managers for assigned portfolio of buildings, usually 4 or more. The individual is responsible for getting to know the unique needs of the building occupants, maintaining knowledge of current building conditions, allocating limited resources to fix building maintenance and aesthetic issues, developing relationships with key clients and department building coordinators, and working on special facilities projects to advance the professionalism of the organization.
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