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Facility Manager

Central District Health
Boise, ID Full-time
Posted on September 26, 2019
Central District Health has an exciting opportunity for a Facility Manager in our Support Services Division! This position is responsible for facility management of three Health District buildings in Boise, Mountain Home, and McCall as well as the supervision of all custodial staff. Example of Duties Program Management: Plan, implement and administer a maintenance program for three buildings within the district Maintain a preventive and predictive maintenance program for grounds maintenance, HVAC, plumbing, electrical and gas systems Complete and maintain records and reports related to facilities and preventive maintenance programs Recommend and manage budget for facilities operations Develop and implement facilities management and maintenance policies and procedures Direct the utilization and scope of contract maintenance services, supplies and equipment Evaluate cost, time and manpower estimates Evaluate, implement and support security systems and building access development Consult with management about space requirements and remodeling or construction needs Advise staff and management concerning project management, hazardous materials removal, life-safety and fire codes, and building standards and specifications Provide input into department capital improvement plans Solicit bids for building materials and supplies; develop contracts with maintenance companies; review and approve expenditures Facility Maintenance: Read building plans to develop space-planning concepts to present to management in order to maximize utilization and efficiency of clinic and office work areas Coordinate preparation of newly built or remodeled areas for occupancy Serve as a project manager for all facility remodel, construction, repair projects, and for major equipment and replacement and/or installation projects Examine interior and exterior of buildings for damage and initiate necessary repairs Coordinate maintenance of plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and related systems Insure grounds surrounding facility are cared for properly and sprinkler systems are maintained Supervision/Leadership: Supervision of a crew of contract custodians and one permanent custodian foreman including hiring, scheduling, evaluating Serve as the Safety Officer for Central District Health Department Maintain computerized security badging access system; respond to panic alarms and calls from night security guards Minimum Qualifications Some knowledge of management practices; program or project planning and implementation. Experience developing and evaluating policies and procedures. Supplemental Information Preferred Qualifications: Experience planning, building, and constructing buildings or facilities and inspecting such sites for compliance with state, local and federal standards Good knowledge of commercial building maintenance and mechanical preventative maintenance/operating techniques Experience reading blueprints and specifications Organizational skills; strong detail orientation Excellent interpersonal skills Ability to work with minimal supervision Valid Idaho Driver's License Some knowledge of developing and evaluating policies and procedures Some knowledge of planning, building, and constructing buildings or facilities; and inspecting such sites for compliance with state, local and federal standards Good knowledge of building codes Some knowledge of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) related work Some knowledge of supervisory practices Some knowledge of repair and maintenance in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, building maintenance and grounds related work Experience estimating material needs and costs for jobs Applications being accepted through October 7, 2019 Central District Health is a Tobacco-Free Workplace. Employees of CDH are required to refrain from the use of any tobacco products. CDH will not hire tobacco users.,Central District Health has an exciting opportunity for a Facility Manager in our Support Services Division! This position is responsible for facility management of three Health District buildings in Boise, Mountain Home, and McCall as well as the supervision of all custodial staff. Example of Duties Program Management: Plan, implement and administer a maintenance program for three buildings within the district Maintain a preventive and predictive maintenance program for grounds maintenance, HVAC, plumbing, electrical and gas systems Complete and maintain records and reports related to facilities and preventive maintenance programs Recommend and manage budget for facilities operations Develop and implement facilities management and maintenance policies and procedures Direct the utilization and scope of contract maintenance services, supplies and equipment Evaluate cost, time and manpower estimates Evaluate, implement and support security systems and building access development Consult with management about space requirements and remodeling or construction needs Advise staff and management concerning project management, hazardous materials removal, life-safety and fire codes, and building standards and specifications Provide input into department capital improvement plans Solicit bids for building materials and supplies; develop contracts with maintenance companies; review and approve expenditures Facility Maintenance: Read building plans to develop space-planning concepts to present to management in order to maximize utilization and efficiency of clinic and office work areas Coordinate preparation of newly built or remodeled areas for occupancy Serve as a project manager for all facility remodel, construction, repair projects, and for major equipment and replacement and/or installation projects Examine interior and exterior of buildings for damage and initiate necessary repairs Coordinate maintenance of plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and related systems Insure grounds surrounding facility are cared for properly and sprinkler systems are maintained Supervision/Leadership: Supervision of a crew of contract custodians and one permanent custodian foreman including hiring, scheduling, evaluating Serve as the Safety Officer for Central District Health Department Maintain computerized security badging access system; respond to panic alarms and calls from night security guards Minimum Qualifications Some knowledge of management practices; program or project planning and implementation. Experience developing and evaluating policies and procedures. Supplemental Information Preferred Qualifications: Experience planning, building, and constructing buildings or facilities and inspecting such sites for compliance with state, local and federal standards Good knowledge of commercial building maintenance and mechanical preventative maintenance/operating techniques Experience reading blueprints and specifications Organizational skills; strong detail orientation Excellent interpersonal skills Ability to work with minimal supervision Valid Idaho Driver's License Some knowledge of developing and evaluating policies and procedures Some knowledge of planning, building, and constructing buildings or facilities; and inspecting such sites for compliance with state, local and federal standards Good knowledge of building codes Some knowledge of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) related work Some knowledge of supervisory practices Some knowledge of repair and maintenance in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, building maintenance and grounds related work Experience estimating material needs and costs for jobs Applications being accepted through October 7, 2019 Central District Health is a Tobacco-Free Workplace. Employees of CDH are required to refrain from the use of any tobacco products. CDH will not hire tobacco users.