Full Job Description
The Masons of California is a nonprofit membership organization with more than 44,000 members and 334 lodges throughout the state. We are a values-driven organization, committed to a culture of leadership, philanthropy, service, and continued learning. Our members, residents, and clients are some of the most generous and devoted of any organization in the world.
We are committed to our employees’ wellbeing. We foster a culture of excellence by building trust and encouraging professional and personal growth. Every day, our employees contribute to something important: carrying out our philanthropic vision throughout California by improving the lives of residents and members, strengthening community ties, and, in many cases, literally saving lives.
Facilities and Building Management at the Masons of California: The Facilities and Building Manager is a steward for our building – the California Masonic Memorial Temple at 1111 California Street a top Nob Hill. It opened in 1958 and includes Masons of California administrative offices, a Masonic lodge, a library and museum, a live event space - the SF Masonic run by LiveNation, and a parking garage run by SP+. The California Masonic Memorial Temple also includes a 38x48' mosaic mural depicting the history of Masonic heritage in California and a war memorial sculpture of four 12-foot-high figures representing the branches of the armed forces by California artist Emile Norman. Our building represents the Masons of California to San Francisco and beyond and stands in the company of its impressive neighbors: Grace Cathedral and the Mark Hopkins and Fairmont Hotels.
The Facilities and Building Manager will report to the Executive Vice President and will drive building operations, tenant relations, and improvements for all physical aspects of California Masonic Memorial Temple. These key responsibilities also include leading a team of staff and vendors to ensure that our building sparkles both inside and outside.
Operational Plan: Create, update, and execute against an operating plan for the building for now and for the future. The plan should include consideration for the mechanical, electric, plumbing, HVAC, and health and safety systems; the roof; and the building envelope. This includes plans for repair, maintenance, inspections, compliance, and cleanliness. The plan should include budgets, a catalogue of operating and emergency rules and procedures, and metrics against which plan progress is measured. This should directly improve the experience of our tenants and the many visitors our building receives.
Tenant & Vendor Relations: Work with our tenant, LiveNation, and vendors, including SP+, to understand their plans to keep their assigned spaces operating properly and integrate those plans into ours. As issues arise, work with our tenants to ensure resolution.
Improvements & Renovations: Oversee all improvements and renovations for the building from the scoping of projects and bidding through to the management of the project and financial evaluation. Facilitate decision making between the various stakeholders within the Masons of California and our tenants and vendors. The person in this role will also him or herself take care of routine maintenance and operational activities as needed. Examples include basic plumbing such as changing flush vales, door repair, changing light bulbs, woodwork such a patching holes.
Staff & Vendors: Lead an engaged team primarily of vendors that help execute the operating plan and the improvements. Hire staff and select vendors as needed. Train and develop staff and vendors to meet the ongoing needs of the building.
What you need:
Proven experience as facilities manager or relevant position
Well-versed in technical/engineering operations and facilities management best practices
Hands on experience in active building management including doing routine maintenance and operational activities herself or himself
Knowledge of basic accounting and finance principles
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational and leadership skills
Good analytical/critical thinking
BSc/BA in facility management, engineering, business administration or relevant field or equivalent experience
Relevant professional qualification (e.g. CFM) will be an advantage
Three weeks paid time off in the first year
Medical, dental, and vision insurance
401(k) retirement plan with company match up to 3% and an automatic contribution of at least 4%
Tuition Assistance Program
Complimentary tickets to LiveNation events