The town of Falmouth is now recruiting for a Facilities Manager. This is a management level position involving supervisory, administrative and technical work in coordinating and directing maintenance or repair operations for all municipal buildings. Develops and administers divisional budget, work schedules and plans assignments. Establishes work methods and procedures; oversees human resources and administers disciplinary actions, interviews applicants and makes recommendations for hiring; makes recommendations for disciplinary action up to and including termination of personnel. Must analyze complex technical issues related to facilities requiring the exercise of considerable independent judgement. Develops five year capital plan for facility repair projects. Initiates and maintains contracts with several regulatory agencies to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. Develops prioritized schedules for facility repairs / maintenance and coordinates work projects with other town departments. Processes departmental bills, payroll. Prepares bid specifications for purchase of services / materials / equipment, obtains cost estimates and administers service contracts for janitorial, electrical, HVAC, elevator maintenance. Attends meetings relating to public and employee safety. Initiates safety inspections. Investigates requests for service and public complaints. Reviews and approves requisitions for materials, supplies and equipment. Develops and implements Standard Operating Procedures. Develops and implements safety programs and training in accordance with regulations and policies. Ensures program compliance. Oversees construction and maintenance repair projects for all municipal buildings and facilities. Ensures adherence to the Americans’ with Disabilities Act of municipal building construction. Investigates veracity and remediation of public’s complaints relating to municipal facilities. Create reports and visual records of projects. Directs snow and ice clearing activities at municipal buildings and lots. May operate vehicles or equipment for snow and ice control functions. Performs other similar or related work as required, or as situation dictates. Must be available for emergencies and ability to respond for after hour assistance. The successful candidate will have an associate’s degree in facilities management or business administration; five years increasingly responsible experience in building trades, three of which include supervisory responsibility; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Certified Building Operator’s License Valid Massachusetts motor vehicle operator’s license ICS-100, NIMS-700 OSHA-40 Certification. This is an exempt position and the salary range for the position is $37.95 – $49.53/hr.
Full job description, employment application and instructions for applying can be found at Falmouth Job Opportunities. Candidates who submit their application by August 3 will be given preference. The town of Falmouth is proud to be an EEO/AA employer