POSITION SUMMARY: Oversees general maintenance of all City owned and operated facilities. Directs scheduling of preventative maintenance work, room setup, custodial services, office setups, and supply ordering. Monitors mechanical systems, building foundations and infrastructure, energy consumption, and budget related to the operations of all City owned buildings. Plans and budgets for capital improvement projects. Over-site of Facilities Maintenance and Custodial personnel and Division Budgets.
Plans, organizes, and directs capital project initiatives, schedules large scale routine maintenance and repairs, leads and provides oversight of all facility buildings and selected city assets.
Inventory and implement GIS asset management structure layers within software for accurate account of city owned assets.
Develops and monitors annual budget; tracks expenses and submits capital improvement recommendations.
Monitors buildings’ structural stability, energy efficiency, and mechanical operations. Plans improvement projects to increase sustainability and reduce overall carbon footprint.
Oversees general maintenance including: minor plumbing, electrical, painting and carpentry; janitorial, and equipment repairs and light construction.
Oversees outside grounds maintenance including but not limited to: irrigation repair, mowing, snow removal, watering, landscape maintenance, planting, ice rink assistance, clean-up, and miscellaneous repairs, and equipment installation.
Coordinates the setup of new offices and issues facility keys, maintains inventory of building access and security systems.
Recruits, hires, trains, evaluates, and initiates discipline of subordinate staff.
Orders and inventories the necessary building maintenance materials, operating supplies including general maintenance items, janitorial supplies, small tools, fill materials, construction equipment, and snow removal equipment.
Ability to trouble shoot problems and make sound decisions regarding maintenance and repairs that comply with current building codes.
Keeps accurate records of maintenance and schedules future replacements.
Collaborate with City of Glenwood Springs Engineers, Building Official, and procurement division for project scope of work development and fact finding.
Develop and facilitate safety meetings with full and part-time staff.
Demonstrate a strong team approach to customer service and staff management.
Possess effective communication and presentation skills with staff, elected officials, and the public.
Must possess strong organizational skills.
Must be able to work independently, use good judgment, and take initiative.
Ability to communicate effectively in English both verbally and in writing.
EDUCATION, TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS
Bachelor's degree with coursework in Facilities Management, Civil/Mechanical Engineer or
Degree in a related field and 3 years’ experience in Facility Management, or
Appropriate combination of education and experience
Working knowledge of basic theories of electricity, plumbing, carpentry, irrigation and construction.
AFO or CPO or ability to obtain within one year of hire
ASSE Certified Backflow Preventer Testor or ability to obtain within one year of hire
Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Colorado Driver’s License.
Certified Facility Manager (Through IFMA)
Asset and project management experience of two years
Knowledgeable in basic HVAC and other mechanical equipment.
Knowledge of DDC software, lighting control software, and payroll software
About City of Glenwood Springs
Situated at the confluence of the Colorado and Roaring Fork Rivers and the intersection of I-70 and SH 82, Glenwood Springs (population 9,614) is a regional hub that is on the cusp of transformation. Best known as a historic destination for vacationers with diverse natural amenities, most particularly hot springs, Glenwood Springs threads together the Roaring Fork Valley and a series of smaller towns up and down the Colorado and Roaring Fork Rivers. The City’s top super sectors for employment in spring 2017 were leisure and hospitality (21.4 percent),government (21.3 percent), education and health services (20.3 percent) and retail trade (15.6percent). Source: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages. Glenwood Springs’ center is its downtown commercial district, which offers a diverse mix of entertainment and cultural venues, and retail, government, higher education, and professional offices that serve residents and visitors alike. Access to world class ski areas and mountain biking, a mountain-top adventure park, spectacular fly fishing, kayaking and healing waters attracted approximately 1.3 million visitors from June 2015 to July 2016.... TOP ADVENTURE TOWN 2018 - ELEVATION OUTDOORS MAGAZINE“ONE OF THE 16 BEST PLACES TO LIVE “ - OUTSIDE MAGAZINE