Facilities Manager Job Description

What is a Facilities Manager?

A facilities manager's duties will vary depending on the nature of the organization, but generally entail maintaining the buildings and grounds of an organization, overseeing the upkeep of equipment and supplies, determining and scheduling repairs or renovation projects, and coordinating safety inspections. Facilities managers are in charge of a budget and must negotiate with outside vendors for supplies, repairs, and other measures.

You Don't need to have a specific degree for this position, but a background in building services and engineering, office management, or administration is preferred.

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Job Overview

Here at XYZ Inc., we are a leading firm in our field in the tri-state area. We're proud of our 4.2 rating on Glassdoor. We are hiring an experienced Facilities Manager to join our growing team. If you're a passionate self-starter, XYZ Inc. is a perfect place to get ahead. Don't hesitate to apply.

Responsibilities for Facilities Manager

  • Ensure that the facility is fully operational with all utilities functioning properly
  • Schedule and supervise maintenance repair work and assist with checking installation and servicing building equipment
  • Maintain stock levels and parts within budget
  • Ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, and assist with energy management
  • Oversee security of buildings and grounds
  • Maintain ongoing communication with contractors, clients, and team

Qualifications for Facilities Manager

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Engineering, or equivalent professional level experience
  • 3-5 years of experience in facilities maintenance or equivalent related functions
  • Knowledge of OSHA and other environmental regulations
  • Knowledge of general maintenance methods, operating requirements, and safety precautions related to facilities management
  • Must be a well organized, detail and customer (internal and external) oriented self-starter
  • Srong procurement and negotiation skills

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