Responsibilities: In charge of building maintenance operation, custodial care, room setups, fire and safety programs, and equipment inventory control. In small unions this position may be combined with that of business manager or assistant director for business or operations.
Special qualifications: Ability to supervise a variety of personnel actions and direct a work force to ensure the facility is maintained in a clean and orderly manner. Appreciation of special needs of union users. Flexibility to adjust to changing schedules. Some knowledge of techniques and crafts involved in preventive maintenance, housekeeping, and construction. Open to new ideas and adaptable to changing technology.
Experience: At least three years of successful supervisory experience, preferably in a construction or facility maintenance position.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in engineering or business management is desirable although significant experience and special training may be acceptable in lieu of a degree.
Core competencies: Communication, Facilities Management, Human Resource Development
Updated Jan. 20, 2013