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Building Maintenance Manager
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CENTERS is a management company that specializes in campus recreation. We partner with universities to manage their departments, facilities, finances, and deliver exceptional customer service. Since 1998, CENTERS remains the first and only mission centric organization committed to student development and departmental excellence on behalf of its clients. CENTERS is currently operating university campus recreation centers at ten site locations within the United States.
- Responsible for daily cleaning and organization of the park buildings.
- Responsible for upkeep, cleanliness and disinfecting of the common areas, locker rooms, bathrooms and showers.
- Restock consumable supplies within park buildings.
- Responsible for inventory and stocking all cleaning and maintenance supplies.
- Daily maintenance of all carpet, wooden floors, concrete, tiled, and the synthetic surfaces.
- Responsible for routine maintenance and upkeep of the building finishes: patching, painting, minor repairs
- Responsible for assisting in keeping the park facilities safe and risk free.
- Responsible to assist in the quarterly and annual maintenance and cleaning shutdown of the park buildings.
- Responsible for the daily and weekly inspection of various activity areas. These inspections are focused on risk management issues as well cleanliness and organization and will inform the direct supervisor if any service requests are needed.
- Execute preventative maintenance plan as scheduled for all building, custodial and other indoor equipment.
- Assist with set-up, tear-down, and on-site support of major community and athletic events.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Assist with long-term forecasting of equipment replacement.
- Responsible for the supervision of part-time employees within scope of facility areas.
- Evaluate performance and effectiveness of areas of responsibility through regular assessment.
- Responsible for ensuring areas of responsibility stay in line with current trends.
- Responsible for supervision, training and mentoring subordinate staff.
- Prepare regular written communication such as monthly and annual reports, financial and participation reports and equipment inventory reports.
- Manage payroll as needed; maintain payroll records and reports.
- A high school diploma is required, bachelor’s degree is preferred.
- At least 3 years of facility services maintenance experience is preferred.
- Ability to plan and direct work activities, to manage time effectively, and set priorities.
- Knowledge of grounds related operations and safety practices.
- Ability to operate specialized equipment.
- Ability to read (training material, work schedules), write (correspondence, accident reports), and accurately follow oral and written instructions.
- Ability to demonstrate physical dexterity and to lift 75 pounds.
- Skill in interpersonal communication to effectively interact with the public in person.
- Ability to carry out or assist in implementing changes.
- Ability to perform basic mathematics (e.g., add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, fractions, and decimals, and to calculate percentages).
- The ability to operate computers for scheduling, email and data entry/retrieval.
- Current American Red Cross CPR/AED/FA certification (or willing to obtain).
- Must have a valid drivers license
- Some knowledge of HR theories and best practices in recruitment and staff development.
- Basic accounting knowledge; capability of understanding budgets.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
- Adaptability, analytical & critical thinking, initiative & motivation, planning & project management, decision making & judgment, business acumen, customer service, teamwork, diversity awareness, interpersonal relationships, communication, integrity, leadership, long-term focus, organizational learning & change management.
Internal contacts include staff at all levels. External contacts include external customers and vendors. Contact involves troubleshooting, informing, exchanging information, negotiating, making recommendations, and giving information or instructions.
Work Environment and Physical Demands
Work Environment and Physical Demands:
- Outdoor environment/ office environment
- Non-smoking environment
- Moderate to loud noise
- Occasional local, regional and national travel
- Occasional evening or weekend work required
- Sitting at desk or table for at least 25% of the work day
- Walking or working with natatorium facilities 75% of the work day
- Repetitive wrist, hand, or finger movement (while operating computer equipment)
- Occasional bending, stooping
- Eye-hand coordination (keyboard typing)
- Hearing and talking