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Director of Facilities and Maintenance
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Job Title: Director of Facilities and Maintenance Revised 9-01-2022
Organization: Miracle Camp and Retreat Center
Reports to: Executive Director
Team: Senior Leadership Team
Position Summary: The Director of Facilities and Maintenance’s primary responsibilities and accountabilities are to lead and manage the facilities and maintenance team at Miracle Camp and Retreat Center (MCRC). Identifies requirements and ensures appropriate action is taken to meet the maintenance needs, including capital projects, of the various buildings and facilities of the ministry through a prioritized plan of work, which allows for quick response to critical needs.
1. Identifies current and future maintenance requirements of MCRC by coordinating with administrators and engineers, with local/state/federal staffs, tradesmen, technicians, vendors, and other persons in a position to understand maintenance requirements.
2. Identifies requirements for an annual maintenance budget, preparing recommendations for capital and renovation expenditures, scheduling expenditures, coordinating projects with the Executive Director and SLT, analyzing variance, initiating corrective action, and anticipating long-term issues.
3. Ensures proper environment and continuous improvement for the educational process by determining work priorities, by scheduling repairs, maintenance and installation of machines, tools, equipment, and systems. Priority of work is based on facility need, the age of facilities and components, and the order in which work requests are received.
4. Supports educational development and improvements by reviewing new products, equipment, systems, and by discussing equipment and systems needs and modifications with engineers and vendors, coordinating activities of technicians, workers and contractors fabricating or modifying structures, equipment or systems.
5. Provides water, heat, steam, electric distribution, gas, sewage removal and conditioned air directing installation or modifications to and maintenance on utility systems building components.
6. Designs, implements and modifies preventive maintenance programs by reviewing maintenance reports and statistics, by reviewing quality control reports, and inspecting operating machines, equipment and systems for conformance with operational standards. 7. Directs maintenance operations by identifying requirements, forecasting resources, providing oversight for minor construction projects, capital improvement projects, and daily repair tasks. Assure timely completion of all tasks by providing direction to staff, technicians, engineers, and vendors.
8. Protects staff and visitors by maintaining a safe work and property environment.
9. Prepares and approves specifications for contracted purchase of replacement parts and new equipment and systems for all areas of the ministry.
10. Maintains maintenance staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees and by planning, monitoring and appraising job results. Assures the training, annual evaluation, and discipline of all facility and maintenance employees.
11. Complies with federal, state and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, by enforcing adherence to requirements, and by advising administration on needed actions.
12. Oversees capital improvement and renovation projects; reviews project specifications; analyzes design, MCRC requirements and performance standards; ensures MCRC goals are met by performing preliminary and final “punch lists” for construction projects.
13. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks and participating in professional societies.
14. Maintains regular attendance.
15. Performs other duties as assigned.
16. Volunteer programs: Recruits, manages and develops volunteer workers.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: • Work is performed while standing, sitting and/or walking • Requires the ability to communicate effectively using speech, vision and hearing • Requires the use of hands for simple grasping and fine manipulations • Requires bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, reaching • Requires the ability to lift (50-100 lbs), carry, push or pull light weights
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • Must hold a Bachelor's Degree or related construction and maintenance experience. At least four (4) years experience in area of assignment
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • Valid Michigan driver's license required • Certification(s) in the maintenance management field helpful/preferred. (HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Framing, Trim, Wastewater, etc.)
Other Duties, Responsibilities, Experience, etc.
• A strong personal faith in Jesus Christ. Able to sign the MCRC statement of faith and affirm it.
• Christian Camping / Retreat experience. Church staff experience desirable.
• Strong communication skills, positive interpersonal skills, out-going, articulate.
• Experience managing people, the camping and/or the hospitality industries, sales.
• Strong organizational skills, ability to delegate, recognize, hold staff accountable, set and complete annual goals.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Products and Technology friendly.
• Willingness to work periodic weekends, late nights, seasonally long hours.
• Passion for learning.
• Self-Driven to continuously produce positive results.
• GRIT: Passion and Perseverance.
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation and benefits commensurate with Experience, Education and skill-set. Full-time staff member. Senior Leadership Team (SLT) member. On-site housing available. Meals and recreation benefits.
Very Competitive Salary and Benefits Package.
Time: Full-Time Year Round
Updated: 9/19/2022 8:19:34 PM