Full Job Description
The Facility Manager is responsible for maintaining gym properties (general building maintenance and repairs) and maintaining, repairing, and conducting preventative maintenance for all fitness equipment. This position is also responsible for ordering parts necessary for repairs, facility maintenance and equipment. Other duties include working with approved vendors and daily updating the Facility Ticketing System Maintenance Log which is used to log service tickets, track preventative maintenance tasks and projects.
Perform general building maintenance repairs, i.e., plumbing, electrical, HVAC, general carpentry, painting, drywall repair, locks, and preventative maintenance (PM) work.
Maintain, repair, and perform PM tasks for all fitness equipment in gym
Maintain pool, spa, wet & dry sauna
Perform basic maintenance of HVAC systems, electrical, and plumbing equipment.
Perform carpentry repair duties.
Inspect heating and air conditioning equipment, sprinkler systems, and fire protection devices to ensure proper operation.
Replace overhead lamps in both incandescent and fluorescent overhead lighting fixtures and replace lighting ballasts as necessary
Plan and paint large areas within the gym, including touch up painting when necessary.
Maintain Facility Ticketing System to reflect open service tickets for maintenance and repair requests and work orders.
Qualifications & Requirements
High School Diploma preferred.
Certifications or Licenses in Plumbing, Mechanical, or Electrical trades preferred.
3-5 years relevant experience.
Experience in fitness environment is highly preferred.
Fitness equipment certification preferred.
Ability to read and follow written instructions from a manual.
Experience with computers preferred.
Must have good communication skills; both written and verbal.
Basic skills with hand and some power tools required.
Routinely lift, pull, push, grasp and bend while lifting up to 50lbs.
Must be able to engage in repetitive motions during shift.
Adaptable to changing work methods and flexibility during the workday is required.
After-hours and weekend work may as needed to complete projects or handle emergency-type situations.
Reliable transportation required.