Facilities & Security Manager
CORE Electric Cooperative
Bachelor's degree in Facilities Management, business or related field or Certified Facility Manager (CFM) with 10 or more years of practical equivalent experience or an equivalent combination of training, education, knowledge, abilities, and practical experience. Five or more years of experience with multi-facility operations including maintenance management, building automation systems (BAS), construction program development, EPA and OHSA compliance and facility enhancement strategies. Five or more years of leadership experience in managing people, leading daily facilities operations and implementing operational improvements. Hands-on experience with key Facilities management tools including fuel cards, BAS management technologies, maintenance, and work management systems, budgeting and project management applications and data analytics tools. Valid Colorado driver's license with satisfactory driving record.
The Facilities & Security Manager will coordinate the warranty, repair, preventative maintenance, minor construction, and janitorial activities for a team of CORE custodial and security staff across multiple district facilities as well with multiple third-party service providers in alignment with Facilities policies and procedures. This position will collaborate with CORE leadership to understand, prioritize, and schedule maintenance and repair efforts to maximize comfort, safety, and efficiency of the built environments and minimize impact to business activities. The Facilities & Security Manager will participate in the annual budgeting process collaborating with operational leadership to forecast staff and business growth needs and combining that with Facilities maintenance and construction projections. The Facilities & Security Manager reports directly to the Director of Fleet and Facilities and is a key member of the Fleet and Facilities leadership team. In this capacity, this role will be expected to monitor, document, analyze and report on Facilities performance as well as identify opportunities to improve Facilities operations and financial efficiencies. The Facilities & Security Manager will be responsible for the leadership of the Facilities department, which includes individual and team performance management, and daily operational esponsibilities to manage and oversee direct reports.
CORE employees are required to work in a safe manner in accordance with regulatory standards and requirements.
CORE Electric Cooperative
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