Posted: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 7:17 AM
The Facilities Manager is responsible for remedial work and ongoing maintenance at the 9 existing plant sites in the U.S. The remedial work will include diagnosis and repair at four older facilities in areas such as structural steel, lighting, roofs, ventilation and concrete slabs. The ongoing maintenance will include the identification/implantation of best practices in order to maintain facility integrity going forward.
Manages, organizes, and directs remedial catch:up work at four plant sites by: (60)
:Managing budgeted funds for this catch:up work at older plant sites;
:Providing projections for monthly spending;
:Coordinating with local plant site Maintenance and Operations personnel to get access to the facilities and clean areas to allow diagnostic assessment and repair;
:Managing an outside engineering firm to do the assessment work and scope repair/remediation methods;
:Setting standards for remediation work that can also be used for repairs in the future and for new construction (e.g. coating selection in wet areas, lighting selection in a warehouse, etc.);
:Working with James Hardie construction and maintenance personnel to identify best practices that may already exist;
:Managing contractors to perform remediation work;
:Coordinating the timing of work so as not to interfere with the 24/7 operation;
:Travel to the four sites in Plant City, FL; Cleburne, TX; Peru, IL, and Tacoma, WA as:needed to support these initiatives.
Leads the development, implementation, and sustainability of a facilities maintenance system by: (40)
:Identifying best practices for the purchase and maintenance of facilities systems such as roofs, structural steel, boilers, ventilation equipment, driveways, loading areas, lighting, silos, etc.;
:Setting up frequencies for inspection and preventive work such as cleaning, painting, changing fan belts, etc.;
:Working plant Maintenance personnel to allocate people and monetary resources for facility upkeep;
:Working with Safety and Industrial Hygiene personnel to coordinate best practices and maintain regulatory compliance related to facilities equipment (e.g. egress standards, ventilation standards);
:Reviewing capital and major repair spending proposed by the plants for facilities work to insure inclusion of best practices, durability, consistency of equipment selection, etc.;
:Helping manage larger facilities work at plant sites;
:Performing training at plant sites on an as:needed basis to create awareness of the importance of things like integrity of structural cross:bracing, pressure vessel PMs, ventilation operation, etc.;
:Working with purchasing to get discounts on standard facilities items such as light fixtures, paint, etc.;
:Traveling to the nine existing plant sites and the two new plant sites as needed to support these initiatives.
The position responsibilities outlined above are in no way to be construed as all encompassing. Other duties, responsibilities, and qualifications may be required and/or assigned as necessary.
The Facilities Manager will develop and implement a remedial catch:up program facilitating the transition to a more sustainable facilities maintenance program.
The Facilities Manager will be managing 3rd party engineering and construction resources while coordinating closely with plant maintenance, plant operations, safety, and construction personnel.
Scope of Position:
The Facilities Manager develops and implements the strategic vision and direction to improve facility performance and longevity.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Location: cleburne, Fort Worth
• Post ID: 48707983 fortworth