What does a Facility Administrator I do?
Facility administrators serve in a high-level leadership role overseeing the comprehensive operations of an organization or business location. They are involved in supervising many aspects in the daily business functions, including staffing, logistics, budgeting, client/patient care, and administrative duties. They are accountable for ensuring the facility and all staff members abide by all applicable laws, municipal codes, and health and safety regulations. They take a lead role in recruitment, hiring, and training staff, and may also have some PR or community relations responsibilities.
Facility administrators typically have a bachelor’s degree in a business discipline or an area that specifically relates to a particular industry. They also have supervisory experience, and a background in project management or administrative roles. They must be highly organized, detail oriented, and able to manage multiple complex situations simultaneously.
- Support curriculum implementation, delivery of instruction, progress monitoring, and assessments.
- Ensure customer compliance requirements are met.
- Ensure work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures.
- Maintain and perform minor repairs on field equipment.
- Lead the planning and administration of supply chain capital budgets.
- Coordinate large scope capital projects along with improving maintenance processes across the network.
- Assist in determination of solutions to interruptions in service of utilities.
- Participate in design, planning and organizing for capital improvement projects
- Coordinate with production, operations, customer service and other functions to implement programs.
- Oversee regional efforts in engineering requirements and permits for site plans.
- Bachelor's Degree in business or computer science.
- Solid command of English language and good communication skills.
- Strong leadership, time management, and critical thinking skills.
How much does a Facility Administrator make?
Facility Administrator I Career Path
Learn how to become a Facility Administrator I, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
Average Years of Experience
Facility Administrator I Insights
“The president is clueless about the organisation and the biggest hypocrite I've ever seen in my entire life in corporate world.”
“Everyone is nice and want the best for each pther”
“Great work enviroment and a great first job as as a teen”
“Understaffed and terrible management.”
“People are fun and friendly.”
“Incentive pay and bonuses are not great.”
“Flexible work schedule is good”
“Pay increase the same whether you perform at the top or at the bottom of expectations”
Facility Administrator I Interviews
Frequently asked questions about the roles and responsibilities of a Facility Administrator I
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