Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer, the Facilities Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for overseeing and maintaining HRC’s office space. The Facilities Maintenance Supervisor will lead a team consisting of the Facilities Assistant and, in conjunction with the building’s property management, contracted maintenance staff and janitorial services. This position works closely with the Facilities Administration Supervisor, Manager of Emergency Services, and the Information Technology Team, and HRC’s Facilities Project Manager who manages construction projects. This is an exempt position.
- Supervise and coordinate all aspects of facility service including: HVAC, electrical, plumbing, landscaping, safety, environmental, custodial, and event coordination.
- Oversee building security/alarm system, maintaining custody of keys and locks. In coordination with the Facilities Administration Supervisor, assists with the access/key cards;
- Assists Facilities Project Manager with coordination of construction projects—planning, scheduling and implementation;
- Manage office equipment and delivery of supplies and packages;
- Coordinate moves of staff, furniture, and equipment, including conference room set up;
- Ensure compliance with OSHA rules and regulations and all State and Federal safety regulations. Conduct ergonomic reviews; purchase and distribute ergonomic related equipment and supplies;
- Manage service contracts with vendors for repairs, maintenance and security of building, and office equipment;
- Works with the Facilities Administration Supervisor to cover office support services;
- Assist the Manager of Emergency Services with the maintaining and updating HRC’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), policies, and procedures related to emergency preparedness, safety, and security for the Agency;
- Monitor and manage operating expenses related to facilities maintenance;
- Develop, document, update and communicate policies, procedures and schedules;
- Maintain inventory of state owned property;
- Participate in the recruitment, interviewing and hiring process of direct reports; assign work and review progress; evaluate performance.
Education and work experience:
- At least three (3) years of experience in facilities maintenance;
- Bilingual Spanish preferred;
- Nonprofit experience a plus.
- Demonstrated knowledge of construction/building codes, permit processes, health and safety regulations, industry cleaning standards, maintenance of buildings and equipment;
- Ability to interpret, apply and explain regulations, policies and procedures;
- Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills, ability to respond to urgent issues, and think clearly under pressure;
- Excellent leadership, communication, organizational, project and time management skills;
- Working knowledge of and ability to utilize Microsoft Office applications;
- Must be able to lift up to 45 lbs. periodically;
- Must be able to work occasional nights, weekends, and holidays, and will be on-call for emergencies.
Salary will be commensurate with experience; a comprehensive benefit package is also provided.
Upon job offer acceptance, candidates will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and booster if eligible. A reasonable accommodation will be requested for an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccination & booster requirement.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Please submit cover letter and resume to HR@harborrc.org.