Another Source’s client, McKinstry, is recruiting a Senior Facility Manager to join their team in the South Seattle/Georgetown neighborhood where the parking is free, the lunch scene is growing, and transportation options are plentiful. McKinstry also offers an on site gym and cafeteria in case you want to maximize your day at the office.
Here’s a little about McKinstry and the position they are recruiting for:
At McKinstry, we’re proud to be a collective group of innovators and problem solvers, builders and engineers, mentors and students. We strive to create an engaging work environment that empowers you to do the work you are passionate about.
We believe deeply that energy and facility services, engineering and construction are revolutionizing the built environment – and if you’re driven by our mission to transform ideas into meaningful relationships and together, build a thriving planet, McKinstry may be the place for you.
Total collaboration and a diverse, employee-centric work experience are what we can provide you. Integrated delivery and true consultative partnership are what you will help us provide for our clients. Our culture is what differentiates us and because of this, we seek exceptional talent that believes what we believe.
Here’s where you come in:
We are currently seeking a Senior Facility Manager to join our team as a member of our growing Corporate Facilities and Business Services division.
You’re great at:
Develop and execute an annual operations plan of $10MM US.
Develop and execute an annual plan supporting consistent and equitable delivery of corporate workspace services across owned and leased portfolio.
Oversee portfolio budget to ensure preservation of facility assets.
Develop strategic sourcing strategies to drive down operating expenses across the portfolio, goals, and objectives required for continued facility agreement success.
Implement and manage monthly financial responsibilities (i.e. billings, estimate to completes, etc.).
Communicate current account conditions to Management.
Set up, oversee, and administer CMMS and integrated workspace software solution software and systems inclusive of the creation of key performance indicators and service level agreements. Insure compliance with KPIs and SLAs. Develop and deliver dashboard report cards on Facility Team performance.
Execution of lines of Business
Base Building Infrastructure: All building infrastructure equipment is operated, maintained, inventoried and replaced in accordance with life cycle asset management methodology, all preventative maintenance work is planned, executed and completed in accordance with equipment specifications, federal, State and local requirements and/or life safety criteria.
Corporate Facilities Services: Delivery of all services such as workspace set ups, Move Add Changes, event planning, property management and tenant services, third party services e.g., Day Porter, cleaning + janitorial, exterior maintenance and landscaping, interior landscaping, waste management, pest control, break fix, etc.
Corporate Facilities Programs: Manage and oversee Security, Food, Wellness Operations, Parking, and other Corporate Programs that may be added as required inclusive of all financial and operational requirements.
Hire and manage the facility team.
Supervise Lead Engineer – Corporate Facilities.
Supervise Facility Coordinator.
Supervise all third-party vendors inclusive of Day Porter.
Responsible for orientation and training of new facility team members.
Maintain the ongoing training programs and certifications of facility coordinator and other facility staff.
Manage Facility Operations
Ensure preservation of facility assets.
Supervise the resolution of technical and contractual issues as they relate to the facility.
Oversee and execute a vendor management program required for continued facility agreement success.
Assure compliance with accrediting and regulatory agencies.
Develop and implement facility operating procedures and processes for specific sites and the facility management business (i.e. facility operating procedure, issue management, and site engineer contingency plans).
Record the relationship and technical history of facilities assigned.
Create and maintain a repository for all relevant facilities information, inclusive of permits, as-builts, construction drawings, operating and maintenance manuals, etc.
Update and launch an Emergency Action Plan. Manage and execute an emergency response plan for McKinstry.
Address all safety and security issues impacting McKinstry’s corporate real estate. Engage with public officials and non-government agencies to resolve security and life safety issues impacting McKinstry’s facilities. Lead State and local emergency drills such as the Great Washington Shake-Out
Address industrial hygiene issues including biohazards, indoor air quality and environmental life safety concerns. Manage hazardous remediation program.
Partner with ergonomics program coordinator in delivery of ergonomic workspace and equipment procurement and set-up.
Oversee the Front Desk/Reception and Copy Room.
Ensure excellent delivery of facilities services to internal and external customers as demonstrated by key performance indicators (KPIs)
Oversee and control vendor relationship as necessary (i.e. mechanical service, custodial, and controls service).
Other duties as assigned.
What we would like to see from you:
Minimum of ten years of facility management in a supervisory role managing multiple assets with a portfolio size of 750,000 square feet or greater.
Proven facility management competency, including the ability to problem, solve, drive issues and situations to closure required.
Minimum of 5 years’ experience with large-scale people moves across multiple assets exceeding 250 headcount, inclusive of space planning, furniture procurement, workspace set-up and reconfigurations, required.
LEED experience required.
Familiarity with other sustainable building operations desired, such as Living Building, Living Future, net-zero energy, etc. preferred.
Familiarity and experience in environmental health and safety concerns such as hazardous materials, biohazard remediation and indoor air quality issues.
Minimum of four (4) years college level training in facilities management, property management corporate or commercial real estate, engineering or other related field or equivalent work experience required.
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Excel, Outlook, Sharepoint, Bluebeam and Visio required.
Knowledge of building systems and the ability to manage personnel responsible for operation required.
Ability to read, scale and mark up drawings.
Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) from CoreNet, Real Property Administrator (RPA) from BOMA, Certified Facility Manager (CFM) or Facility Management Professional (FMP) credentials desired.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
Must be willing to travel – 30% annually.
Must be physically able to perform basic maintenance tasks to the highest caliber, which includes the ability to: climb ladders, work in confined spaces, lift heavy objects weighing up to 50 lbs., move and reconfigure furnishings, etc.
Must be able to work weekends, holidays and be “on call” on a 365 days per year, 24 x 7 basis for urgent situations.
Management of multiple priorities under pressure.
The McKinstry group of companies are equal opportunity employers. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, race, color, creed, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other basis protected by law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to employment, advancement, assignment, and training.
McKinstry is committed to strengthening our diversity through recruiting and retaining minority and women professionals from all backgrounds. Our commitment is consistent with our recognition that it is the outstanding people within McKinstry who have always been the source of our strength. We recognize that promoting diversity is an integral component of our continuing quest for organizational excellence.
This commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity is made equally as a social responsibility and as an economic and business necessity.
McKinstry is a drug-free workplace. Employment is contingent upon successfully passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol test, complying with the requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act and a Confidentiality Agreement, in addition to successful outcomes of background and reference checks.
Anyone with questions or concerns regarding Equal Employment Opportunity should contact their direct supervisor or the Human Resources Department without fear of retaliation of any kind.
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