Full Job Description
The Director of Facilities Management will oversee the physical maintenance and operations of buildings, facilities, and building systems. The Director will assist with the planning and execution of building construction and renovation, supervise maintenance, and housekeeping departments. The Director is responsible for overseeing facilities operations, managing facilities grants and budgets, directing routine maintenance, responding to emergencies, managing/mitigating risk, managing contractors, overseeing safety and security compliance and controls, and conducting site inspections.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Direct the design, planning, construction, and maintenance of facilities and properties
Develop budgets and long-range facilities plans based on growth and future needs
Monitor grants, departmental budgets and approve contracts
Grants management: author, monitor scope of mitigation, vet contractors, obtain permits and bids (FEMA, Housing and related facilities grants)
Identifies new opportunities for facility-related grants, develop written requirements, and assists with applications.
Develop interactive relationships with local, state, and government organizations to enhance working relationships and operational understanding.
Oversee the functioning of all building systems including mechanical, electrical, fire/life safety, plumbing, and waste management
Oversee/Manage landscaping, building repairs, construction, renovations, and ordering of supplies
Oversee contractors involved in facility projects to ensure delivery of quality services
Ensure building operations comply with all local and state zoning laws and regulations governing assisted living facilities
Ensure all buildings meet environmental standards and increase energy efficiency
Create and update AHCA safety books (CEMP) and county emergency readiness plans for annual approval; continually adjust/add new safety policies and procedures
Organize and coordinate furniture and workstations, relocate offices and workstations as needed
Safety/Security Compliance and Monitoring
Inspect each facility monthly for issues, problems, or safety-related concerns
Assure that any and all safety hazards/threats are immediately addressed
Produce Safety Report recommendations for corrective action and monitor corrective actions
Review recommendations for disciplinary actions for safety infractions with the Director of HR
Participate in quality assurance efforts through scheduled monitoring; educates staff as necessary on safety-related procedures (ASC, PPC, ADT, Schools, and Group Homes)
Ensure Maintenance Supervisor coordinates monthly fire drills, keeps checklists and logs current and inspection-ready, and addresses all concerns/recommendations satisfactorily and timely
Works with Maintenance Supervisor to handle all Call Station communication requests
Serve as Emergency Management Coordinator ensuring Emergency Plan is updated and compliant with regulatory agencies, including but not limited to AHCA and Broward County Emergency Management
Record emergency drills and actual events for assessment; review/analyze data
Coordinate regular testing and training for staff; test generators weekly, properly store and maintain
Minimum Education and Experience
5 years of supervisory experience
5 years of facilities management/physical plant operations
2 years of experience grant writing for housing and special projects (State and Federal); Grants compilation and management
Voluntary certifications such as Facilities Management Professional (FMP) or Certified Facility Manager (CFM), welcomed
Strong oral and written communication, problem-solving, reasoning, critical thinking, leadership, and organizational skills
Must be able to effectively communicate in English (read, write and speak) with employees, peers, supervisors, program participants, and external stakeholders
Driven to meet deadlines, capable of working with little or no supervision, effective multi-tasking, eye for detail and accuracy, ability to prepare and accurately interpret data
Ability to set schedules, maintain budgets, and exercise time management skills
Strong interpersonal skills are also a must, as is the ability to work with diverse individuals, from maintenance technicians to top executives.
Advanced computer skills and experience with varied database and operations systems
Benefits for FT employees:
Health Insurance, Dental, and Vision
403b Retirement Plan with matching and vesting options.
3 weeks of accrued PTO per year
Paid recognized holidays
ANN STORCK CENTER is an Equal Opportunity Employer & A Drug-Free Workplace (DFWP). It is the policy of ANN STORCK CENTER to assure that all employees and applicants for employment shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of human resources management without regard for race, sex, color, national origin, religion, retaliation, age political affiliation, sexual orientation, veteran status, and persons with disabilities, except when age or sex is a bona fide occupational qualification. All departments and agency heads are requested to communicate their support for this policy to their subordinates. Applicants may contact Human Resources if accommodations are needed to apply or interview for a vacancy.
About Ann Storck Center:
Ann Storck Center, located in sunny Fort Lauderdale, is a highly acclaimed non-profit organization serving the needs of children and adults in South Florida who present severe and multiple developmental disabilities including epilepsy, cerebral palsy, autism, and intellectual disabilities. Ann Storck Center hosts several community programs such as Outpatient Therapy, Residential/ICF, Preschool, Afterschool, Adult Day Training, and Expressive Arts programs. We are dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities!