Company: Young World Physical Education
Location: Saint Paul
Posted on: April 5, 2021
Saint Louis Park Independent School District 283 ( learn more
- Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
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Title: Facilities/Safety Manager Department: Business Services-
Maintenance Reports to: Director of Business Services DBM
Classification: D62/19 Salary Range: $85,116- $123,417 Position #:
1059 Prepared Date: November 2018 FTE: 1.00- 40 Hours a week
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES Under the direction of the Director of
Business Services, the Facilities Manager is responsible for
planning, organizing, and directing the operations of the building
and grounds department including: supervision and work direction of
all custodial staff to ensure the efficient and safe operation of
the cleaning; building and grounds maintenance; capital improvement
planning for facilities; oversight of District health and safety
plans; financial management and resource allocation; and
organization and implementation of preventive maintenance programs.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Manages and supervises all District building and grounds
personnel directly or through designed lead positions.
- Determines work priorities, plans, and organizational structure
and functions within positions of Building and Grounds.
- Initiates recruitment; screens, interviews, and selects
- Initiates all personnel actions for department personnel
including evaluation, transfer, promotion, demotion, discipline,
and dismissal decisions of department staff.
- Secures and oversees the recruitment and selection of seasonal
- Oversees staff development activities and training
- Conducts staff meetings with department personnel.
- Plans, recommends, and implements strategies and programs to
accomplish department objectives.
- Formulates and establishes procedures and preventive
- Monitors and serves as a liaison between the District and
contractors, consultants, and architects.
- Plans and oversees the implementation of remodeling projects,
renovations, or major repair projects.
- Determines and monitors District-wide maintenance needs,
requirements, and priorities.
- Monitors and oversees the operations of department functions
and activities associated with the structural, mechanical and
physical maintenance, and repair of school facilities.
- Monitors department operations and procedures of the department
to ensure compliance with various local, state, or federal
regulations, mandates, ordinances, standards or guidelines
pertaining to facility operations.
- Collaborates closely with building administrators, Director of
Business Services, and other District administrators concerning
fiscal and long range planning issues pertaining to the facility
and grounds operations and plans.
- Coordinates and oversees the organization and maintenance of
department/unit records, files, documents, and correspondence.
- Oversees and coordinates the inspection of building and
- Supervises and monitors District health, security, and safety
programs and services.
- Performs other duties assigned by the Superintendent or
Director of Business Services.
- Provides professional expertise and assistance to individuals,
other District staff, and the community concerning areas of
building and grounds expertise/knowledge.
- Serves on District committees (i.e. crisis management
committee), task forces, or organizations relevant to the position
or as delegated.
- Attends training sessions, conferences, seminars, and District
meetings to keep informed of trends and developments. KNOWLEDGE,
SKILLS & ABILITIES
- Knowledge of the operation of building management systems, e.g.
security systems, HVAC systems, refrigeration, mechanical and
- Fundamentals of supervision and management.
- Fundamentals, concepts, and processes of planning and
contracting of capital improvement projects.
- District administrative policies and procedures (i.e.
purchasing, HR, accounting, records, and data retention
- Fundamentals of grounds and athletic field maintenance.
- Knowledge of housekeeping procedures, requirements, and
- Federal and state health and safety codes and regulations.
- Building and construction codes and requirements.
- Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships
with employees, supervisors, department heads, and District
- Delegating, supervising, training, evaluating, and planning
work assignments and priorities for department staff.
- Planning, implementing, and monitoring various departmental
projects, programs, renovations, and capital improvement
- Applying procurement techniques, e.g., bid work, preparing
project specifications, pricing, and ordering.
- Planning, developing, recommending, and monitoring approved
- Planning, overseeing, and developing preventive maintenance
plans, schedules, and procedures.
- Conducting facility maintenance, grounds and repair work,
(e.g., boiler repairs, electrical work, carpentry, HVAC and
plumbing, athletic field maintenance etc.) of a structural,
mechanical, or physical nature.
- Planning, prioritizing, and organizing tasks and
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Training and developing staff.
- Planning and addressing facility needs and requirements with
respect to safety and health requirements, laws, rules, and
guidelines. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
- Directly supervises Building and Grounds Supervisor, and
Building Operation Coordinators.
- Indirectly supervises, Janitors, Custodians, Grounds and
Maintenance Workers, Delivery Drivers
- Has responsibility for the overall direction, coordination,
evaluation and supervision of these employees in accordance with
School District policies and applicable laws.
- Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training
employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising
performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing
complaints and resolving problems. PHYSICAL DEMANDS
- The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the
employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle,
or feel; talk; and hear. The employee is occasionally required to
stand; walk; reach with hands and arms; and lift and/or move up to
20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include
close and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT
- The work environment characteristics described here are
representative of those an employee encounters while performing the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is
- Incumbents assigned to this classification are administrative
and supervisory in nature and thus the extent and degree of
exposure to risks and hazards are more limited as compared to staff
- This classification is required to work in and around
renovation sites, inside and outside in all weather; may be exposed
to air borne contaminates, irregular and unpredictable hours
depending upon weather conditions, building needs, etc. EDUCATION
- Bachelor's degree in Business, Management, or related field
desired. Experience may be substituted for education.
- At least five (5) years of related work experience in facility
maintenance, repair and grounds, with at least three (3) years of
- Business Administration, Management desired. Trades school
training in HVAC, facility management, or related area required.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSE, REGISTRATIONS
- Chief Stationary License; Health and Safety
certifications/licenses as be required by the District after
- Position Type: Full-time
- Job Categories : Administrator >
Administrator > Facilities
Support Staff > Safety/Security
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