The Facility Manager oversees the maintenance, renovation, and upkeep of buildings and grounds, as well as mechanical, plumbing/electrical, and HVAC systems and the monitoring of safety/energy systems. General oversight includes administrative duties, long-term planning of repairs and maintenance, planning and coordinating system installations and refurbishments; and managing the upkeep of facility-related equipment and supplies to ensure compliance with health, safety, and diocesan standards.
The Manager is also responsible for preparing and monitoring related annual budgets. He/she will supervise all staff under the facility manager's direction, such as custodians, groundskeepers, and external contractors.
Qualifications: Requirements include a bachelor's degree in business administration, or related field, and related work experience at the supervisory level. Designation as a Facilities Manager Professional (FMP) or CFM (Certified Facility Manager) is desirable. Working knowledge of contract negotiations, mainentance management, workplace safety and security, and purchasing procedures is required. Abilities include strong interpersonal skills, customer service orientation, computer proficiency, and detail-orientation in projects and tasks.