Facilities Manager/ Maintenance Manager

YMCA of San Diego County - San Diego, CA4.0

Full-timeEstimated: $54,000 - $80,000 a year
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Mid/Metro San Diego – Copley-Price Family YMCA

Y our non-profit organization?

Complimentary Y Membership for the entire family
Opportunities for Professional Growth
Community Involvement & Development
Benefits Package
Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
PTO (Sick time, vacation days, personal days and holidays)
Retirement Contributions
Discounts on Family Programs

What does this role entail?

Responsible for developing and training staff on the implementation of effective building maintenance and preventative plans with a focus on customer service and safety
Maintain all aspects of building interior and exterior while ensuring safety of members, staff and participants
Effectively and promptly communicate building and maintenance related issues to supervisor and branch leadership
Ensure facility equipment is properly maintained including pool, fitness and building equipment
Create and maintain preventative maintenance logs for assigned facility items.
Effectively maintain accurate compliance records
Manages assets through work order tracking, preventative maintenance and capital forecasting to ensure asset longevity.
Recruit, train, supervise, appraise, conduct performance evaluations of assigned staff, and assist in meeting their developmental needs. Foster staff motivation, recognition and teamwork
Assist in the maintenance of clean, attractive, safe and well-repaired facilities
Work with vendors to ensure facility projects are completed within agreed upon budget scope of work, and schedule
Required to be on call for critical incidents and/or other events.
Work closely with supervisor to develop and/or manage a facility budget, preventative maintenance plan, and safety program

What do I need to bring do the table?

Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Facilities Management or equivalent combination of experience and credentials required
Must have 5-10 years of progressive experience and responsibility in facility management with 2-5 years supervisory experience
Supervise day-to-day departmental work activities by assigning and prioritizing work flow and maintaining control of preventative maintenance schedules
Demonstrated knowledge and experience managing a budget
Proven supervisory skills in hiring, training, evaluating and motivating staff and volunteers as well as developing effective teams.
Knowledge of general maintenance and janitorial techniques, the use of hand and power tools and the ability to understand mechanical systems as well as general carpentry, painting, plumbing, HVAC and electrical skills.
Working knowledge of regulatory codes (i.e. CBC, CALOSHA, ADA, CEQA, DEH, etc.)
Proven fiscal management skills, knowledge of and expertise in maintenance and facility department budgets
Experience securing bids and overseeing subcontractor work
Must have current CPR/AED, First Aid, Certified Pool Operator Certifications or can obtain within 60 days
Preferred certifications include: IFMP Facilities Management Professional, OSHA 10 or 30 Hour, and trade specific certifications in mechanical, electrical, plumbing systems working knowledge of regulatory codes (i.e. CBC, CALOSHA, ADA, CEQA, DEH, etc.)
High level in planning and implementation of administrative procedures and the ability to enforce safety regulations
Demonstrated knowledge of MS office (i.e. excel, work, outlook, etc.) and work order systems
Ability to travel throughout San Diego County
Visual and auditory ability to respond to critical incidents and the physical ability to act swiftly in an emergency
Ability to make sound business judgments in a timely manner, and demonstrated experience with prioritizing under time pressures

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