The Facilities & Property Management Director will positively impact County operations by providing occupants of County-owned and managed facilities throughout the county with safe, well-maintained, functional buildings and grounds while protecting, preserving and providing wise stewardship of these valuable County resources through policy, financial management, leasing, capital improvement and customer service. You will focus on providing excellent customer service while facilitating and coordinating daily requests and building operational (maintenance and repair) needs to assigned property portfolio. You will also work closely and collaborate with County Administration, cross-divisional process partners, Facilities staff, building representatives, building occupants, vendors, contractors and visitors.
DISTINGUISING FEATURES OF THE CLASS
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Directs the maintenance and repair function for all County physical facilities and properties.
- Prepares and manages the department’s annual budget and other financial matters.
- Develops and implements plans, policies, procedures and goals for building repair, equipment maintenance and replacement, and/or mechanical maintenance and replacement.
- Determines the nature and extent of physical repair and preventative maintenance required and provides management with accurate operating estimates and cost projections.
- Ensures facilities comply with applicable operational and safety regulations and that required operational and safety inspections, maintenance, and repairs are completed on time.
- Maintains a building index by size, location, type of service, and inhabitant.
- Evaluates physical space needs in collaboration with departments, prioritizes those needs, and recommends options and funding plans to address those needs.
- Participates in the preparation and review of the County’s long-term Capital Investment Plan.
- Prepares and presents in a clear and understandable manner complex information, including senior management, the Board of Commissioners, and the public
- Responds to emergency situations at county facilities.
- Promotes and ensures proper employee training and compliance with County safety program and departmental safety procedures; ensures that all equipment, materials, and work conditions are adequately maintained to prevent accidents.
- Hires, develops, coaches, and evaluates staff members and creates a culture of continuous learning across the department. Administers personnel actions in accordance with Guilford County policies.
- Practices continuous learning through individual study, classroom training, seminars, and conferences d applies the latest best practices to facilities and space management.
- May be required to report to work to serve customers outside of normal working hours and during emergency conditions. May be assigned to report at a different time and location and to perform different duties as necessary.
$99,009 - $172,625 depending on qualifications
A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with a combination of education and experience that would provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies to perform the essential duties and tasks of this position OR Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Real Estate, Construction Management or related area and 5 years of experience in engineering, construction trades, contract management or real estate sales/brokering including property management, of which three years of supervisory experience is required. Education and experience should be clearly documented with demonstrated linkages to the essential duties and tasks of this position.
In order to be considered, please submit an application at www.governmentjobs.com/https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/guilfordnc
Please contact Ray Willis at 336-641-3057 or at [email protected] if you have any questions.