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To submit a job listing or resume, please send an e-mail to Jaimee at IFMA@AMInc.org.
- The text of your listing should be within the body of the e-mail, and should not exceed approximately 75 words. We reserve the right to edit all submissions.
- IFMA Members: The service is free to IFMA Seattle members. It will be posted on the website and in the monthly newsletter.
- IFMA Non-Members: You may also send in job postings. If the job is for a facility manager or facility support, the service is free to non-members as well. If the company is not a member and the position is not a facility job (i.e. sales, real estate), it is $50 for each job post on the website.
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RESUME: Lyle Livermont | Facilities Maintenance and Operations, Project Management and Administration
Lyle Livermont Profile:
Extensive and successful hands on experience in facilities maintenance and operations, project management and administration. Proven track record in managing numerous projects simultaneously including, but not limited to, projects related to rapid growth re-engineering, asset acquisition and disposition, construction, as well as vendor management. Recognized for abilities to interact with customers, contractors, motivate to action, resolve problems, make quality decisions and provide excellent customer service.
RESUME: Gary Vota | Facilities Maintenance and Operations, Project Management
Gary Vota's Profile:
Summary of Qualifications
- • Certified Facilities Manager (CFM) and experienced leader of Facilities teams with a focus on exceptional customer satisfaction, continuous process improvement, quality deliverables, safety and risk management, financial performance, and team development
- • Project Manager with a B.S. in Construction Management and proven track record on facilities-related projects ranging from tenant improvements to complex building system upgrades and major office moves
- • Extremely organized, detailed-oriented and capable of managing multiple projects at the same time
- • Former licensed and certified building engineer with twenty plus years of experience of increasing responsibilities for various industries
- • U.S. Navy veteran (E-5, Petty Officer Second Class), honorably discharged after four years of service Read Full Resume, Work History, References and Contact
Employment Opportunity Descriptions
Job Opportunity: Facilities Supervisor | St. Joseph Church | Issaquah
St. Joseph Church in Issaquah, WA is looking for a Facilities Supervisor for a 40-hour per week, benefitted position.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: As part of St. Joseph Parish and School, this position includes the following duties and responsibilities:
- Maintain the church, and two school campuses. This includes sweeping, mopping, floor stripping and polishing, dusting, cleaning bathrooms, other basic janitorial duties and at times heavy lifting.
- Must have the ability to work on your own and with others, as you will be coordinating setup/cleanup of various parish sponsored events.
- Provide direct supervision to the maintenance staff and volunteers.
- Perform preventive maintenance to buildings and grounds to minimize plumbing, mechanical, electrical, heating and air conditioning system failures including minor maintenance duties as well.
- Purchase supplies and equipment from vendors.
- Represent the parish when dealing with outside contractors in all major maintenance, construction and renovation projects.
- Assure upkeep for vehicles owned by the parish.
- Be responsible for building and grounds security and safety, including opening and closing, winter de-icing and at times supervise parking.
- New hire will also demonstrate safe work practices through an awareness and observation in support of a safety culture, reporting potential hazards or accidents.
- This position may require occasional weekend/evening hours to lead volunteers at work parties or oversee volunteers at parking for church events. Minimum requirements: High school diploma or GED equivalent with supervisory experience in janitorial and routine maintenance of buildings and grounds. You must be able to pass/maintain a clean background check and be required to attend the Safe Environment classes offered by the Archdiocese of Seattle. Additionally, attend annual safety courses offered in regards to building maintenance and upkeep. Please submit resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
- Coordinate and maintain schedules for routine maintenance and service work schedules of vendors, contractors and service providers; arrange delivery of services, supplies and equipment to maintain proper inventory levels; document receipt and storage of office equipment in a timely and accurate manner
- Maintain vendor contracts for equipment repair and services and utility contracts. Investigate potential vendors for various items / materials and solicits bids (purchases and rentals)
- Provide historical reference by maintaining the work packages, inventory files, vendor and subcontractor files, and drawing files, report files; maintain various department records, correspondence, inventory and maintenance files
- Support equipment operation by recording maintenance records and providing Facility Manager needed information about maintenance intervals. May coordinate vendors for support and maintain equipment spares inventory. Maintain and distribute monthly utility reports
- Provide administrative assistance to Facilities Team (Director, Manager, Supervisors) including setting up meetings and preparing correspondence Issue keys, building access cards and parking access cards in accordance with written company policy. Liaison with HR to ensure all items issued to employees are returned at the end of their employment
- Manage the work order process by generating and dispatching service request work orders to multiple subcontractors and vendors, and communicating work orders to engineers on a priority basis via CrossForm the web-based CMMS
- Coordinate special projects as defined by the Director of Facilities
- Maintain and propose emergency response plans including evacuation, implementation of after-hours emergency response, and environmental health and safety Assist the Venue Administration Sales team with coordination of internal space reservations (via the FURF program)
- Provide direction/information to vendors, facilities staff and service providers as required to ensure excellent coordination/execution of work with minimal disruption, as needed
- Compile and maintain preferred vendor list, contract and insurance certificate database
- Requires regular attendance, punctuality and adherence to agreed-upon schedule(s) with willingness to work a flexible and/or rotating schedule, and/or extended hours, as needed and/or assigned Minimum Requirements include:
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required; two-year college degree preferred
- Ability to comprehend and interpret instructions, short correspondence, and memos and ask clarifying questions to ensure understanding. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence
- 2 + years recent related work experience and/or professional administrative office support and project coordination experience – required; working knowledge and experience in facilities management in a fast-paced, event driven environment – preferred
- Computer knowledge, including spreadsheet, Word, and e-mail experience is required. Knowledge of CMMS programs, CAD and Visio is highly desirable
- Excellent communication and customer services skills, both written and verbal
- Ability to read and understand blueprints
- Ideal candidate must have demonstrated computer literacy, attention to detail, organized, and interpersonal skills to deal with contractors, visitors, patrons and employee
- Accreditation from IFMA, BOMA or other industry associations would be advantageous
Job Opportunity: Facilities Coordinator | Seattle Symphony | Seattle
Seattle Symphony is seeking a Facilities Coordinator.
The primary responsibility of the Facilities Coordinator is to provide exceptional administrative and organizational support for the Facilities Department, in an event driven organization. Responsible for administrative systems, procedures, record keeping and reporting for the Facilities Team; monitors administrative projects; processes and reviews supplier invoices. Manages various vendors. Assists with and Coordinates planning & scheduling of internal maintenance/repair activities and projects. Includes managing the Facilities CMMS system, creation of written facilities and engineering procedures, and assisting with event coordination as required.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
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