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To submit a job listing or resume, please send an e-mail to Katie 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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Job Opportunity:  Facilities/Building Tech, hands-on general building maintenance repair / Neighborcare Health / Seattle, WA

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Neighborcare Health is seeking a Facilities/Building Tech to perform a variety of hands-on maintenance work tasks as assigned by supervisor, including but not limited to painting, drywall, moving furnishings and equipment, assembling furnishings and equipment, minor plumbing and electrical work, door and lock repair and other tasks such as hanging items on walls etc. All work to be performed in a high quality manner and with great attention to detail.

Essential Responsibilities
Work with other Facilities team members to accomplish shared tasks.
Assist in the coordination of contracted work, making sure vendors provide quality work in a cost effective and safe manner.
Update the work order database frequently and document all assigned tasks thoroughly
Work efficiently and manage time effectively. Appropriately prioritize tasks with safety issues receiving top priority.
Proactively communicate with managers and staff around status, options, implications, etc.
Perform preventive maintenance tasks as appropriate and coordinate preventive maintenance tasks performed by vendors.
Conduct routine facility assessments.
Assist with the maintenance of facilities records for each site. i.e. facility maintenance and improvement records, pertinent warranty and contract info, etc.
Notify the Facilities Manager of facilities and maintenance needs in a timely manner.
May be asked to receive and respond to after-hours calls from alarm companies when facility security alarms are activated. Instruct companies to notify the police or dispatch alarm response vendors as appropriate. Go to the site to secure facility if warranted. Document alarm incidents and advise Facilities Manager in a timely manner.
Schedule will include four week days and one weekend day per week.
Use of personal vehicle is required. Mileage reimbursement for driving to all sites. There is no company maintenance vehicle.

Education and Experience
Minimum of 4 years hands-on facility repair and maintenance experience required
High School diploma or equivalency
Basic knowledge of hand and power tool usage and safety
Valid Washington State driver’s license, excellent driving record
Reliable automobile and auto insurance

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Job Opportunity:  Engineer II / Mirabella Seattle / Seattle, WA

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Mirabella Seattle is seeking an experienced and motivated Engineer II to join our Team. Must be a self-starter who works well with both customers and team members. Essential duties include (but not limited to): Manage and troubleshoot building system operations, including computerized management and fire control systems. Repairs, maintains, and operates the HVAC, refrigeration and pools/spa systems. Ability to perform mid-level troubleshooting of Mechanical, Electrical and plumbing systems required. Assists in recruitment, training and mentoring of engineering staff as directed by Management.

Any combination of experience and education that would demonstrate the capability to perform the duties of the position; ENGINEER/HVAC technician with knowledge in preventive maintenance, electrical, plumbing and care of all types of HVAC and refrigeration. Experience with saline pool/spa and kitchen equipment preferred. Grade V Boiler Fireman Certification is required. EPA Certification and CPO Certification is a plus. High school diploma or equivalent required. Basic computer skills and knowledge of Windows is required. Special consideration will be given to those candidates who have a strong desire to continue their education and obtain industry specific certifications.

Mirabella Seattle is a modern not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. Mirabella offers Independent Living, Assisted Living Residences, and all private Skilled Nursing and Memory Support Suites.

Full Time; Hourly. Scheduled days are Tuesday-Saturdays. Mirabella Seattle offers a comprehensive compensation package including competitive hourly wage, health, vision and dental insurance, subsidized ORCA pass, and subsidized meals.

If you want to make a positive difference in the lives of our residents, please consider joining us! If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit www.retirement.org/mirabellaseattle to complete an online application or receive a hard copy of the application through our front desk at 116 Fairview Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109.

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Job Opportunity:  Sustainable Building Science Technology Instructor / So. Seattle Community College / Seattle

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Location: Georgetown Campus: 6737 Corson Avenue South, Seattle

The Bachelor of Science program in Sustainable Building Science Technology is hiring a full-time, tenure track faculty member at South Seattle Community College's Georgetown campus.

Applications received by April 12, 2014 will receive first consideration.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Teaching upper-division courses in Sustainable Building Science Technology. Some of the courses may include: building science, building components and systems, building codes, energy analysis and auditing, financing energy efficiency, building controls, utility rates, regulation and economics, lighting, energy policy, facility management, professional communication, and fiscal management for facility managers.
Develop curriculum and ensure that course content reflects current and emerging facility management practices.

REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & ABILITIES:
Master’s degree in related discipline.
Three or more years recent experience in building science. (e.g. facility management, built environment, architect/engineer, building commissioning, building operations, construction management, real estate or development.)
Applicants must also have at least three years teaching experience and the ability to communicate knowledge and skills both in written and oral form to a diverse group of students

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Job Opportunity:  Facilities Specialist / The Maus Group / Greater Tacoma area

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Full-time position (M-F)
Compensation: $41,000-$48,000 DOE.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Coordinate Special Projects as directed by the Project Manager.
- Review vendor invoices.
- Ability to prepare budgets.
- Supervise contractors.
- Assists project manager in oversight of HVAC, electrical, security, signage and remodeling projects as well as other duties.
- Ensures that required certifications, inspections, permits and renewals occur at the appropriate and required times.
- Supervise, plan, and coordinate vendor related projects.
- Identify needed changes in vendors and improvements in the level of service provided by current vendors.
- Coordinate project tasks and phasing of project.
- Manages employee relocations.

Apply:
Dan Maus
The Maus Group
206-714-8900
dmaus@themausgroup.com
3131 92nd Place SE Everett, WA 98208
direct 206-714-8900 fax 866-799-5130
TheMausGroup.com

 



Job Opportunity: Mobile Building Maintenance Engineers (three openings) / Seattle, Olympia and Bellevue

Currently recruiting three Mobile building Engineers to cover a portfolio of high-end commercial facilities in Downtown Seattle, Olympia and Bellevue. Working autonomously you will manage your own schedule responding to work orders to ensure tenant satisfaction.

You will be responsible for plumbing, carpentry, lighting, light electrical, and HVAC troubleshooting. As the face of the company, you will provide high levels of customer service, and liaise heavily with property managers to ensure tenant happiness at all times.

To succeed in this position you must have intermediate to building maintenance skills and have experience working in a commercial, tenanted building. This position will require you to pass a motor vehicle record check and criminal record background check.

It would be advantageous if candidates hold an 07 electrical license.

Interested candidates should contact Craig Robinson at Hays Recruiting on 604 6481704 or email craig.robinson@hays.com


 

Job Opportunity:  Senior Construction Project Manager / Pierce County Facilities Management / Tacoma

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Pierce County Facilities Management is on a quest for a creative, energetic, and talented professional to lead two exciting, high profile County projects: the planning and construction of a new administrative office building, and a challenging and complex remodel to the justice center.

The successful Construction Project Manager 3 applicant will be directly involved in these projects as lead and liaison. The new administration building project will utilize the 63-20 finance and delivery model. The CPM3 will work directly with County stakeholders and development team, program designing and providing oversight to this project. The Justice Center remodel is in preliminary stages requiring analysis and programming for evolution to a well-defined conversion of the County City Building into a justice center.

You will join a team of dedicated professionals working to deliver high quality facility solutions for County departments and the citizens of Pierce County. Learn more about this opportunity.

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