Manager V – Facilities Manager

per year
Full time: 40 hours/week
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Job Summary: 

Directs the maintenance and operation of all library properties, ensuring that facilities are protected, maintained and operated in a professional, safe, and economical manner; plans and installs HVAC, electronic wiring and other general mechanics  as required; supervises the maintenance of vehicles and provides indirect oversight of the library’s delivery service; performs other duties as assigned.

Essential Functions: 
  1. Selects, trains, supervises and evaluates Maintenance and Engineering staff in the physical maintenance and operation of library properties; recommends appropriate personnel actions:
  2. Inspects facilities on a regular basis;
  3. Schedules and directs the daily upkeep of library property and equipment;
  4. Acquires and evaluates tools, equipment and materials required for the upkeep of library property and equipment;
  5. Works with Director of Finance and Capital Projects to plan Maintenance and Engineering Department budget and administers approved budget;
  6. Works with Director of Finance and Capital Projects to plan for long range support and maintenance needs of existing library buildings and equipment;
  7. Oversees the maintenance of the library’s vehicles;
  8. Provides oversight for purchasing and equipment acquisition for the facilities department. 
  9. Oversees construction of furniture and equipment;
  10. Responsible for maintaining the security alarm needs of the buildings;
  11. Supervises the Assistant Facilities Manager in the oversight of the delivery of materials and interlibrary mail to the various TCCL buildings, ensuring a timely and accurate results;
  12. Supervises the Assistant Facilities Manager in the monitoring and evaluation of  contracted services related to lawn, pest, janitorial and vehicular requirements to ensure quality results;
  13. Performs other duties as instructed and assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: 
  1. Managerial, supervisory and coaching skills;
  2. Strong analytical and interpersonal skills;
  3. Ability to read blueprints and schematics;
  4. Ability to effectively communicate and negotiate with contractors, vendors, engineers and craftsmen;
  5. Valid Oklahoma driver’s license required and valid commercial driver’s license (CDL) preferred;
  6. Ability to pass a pre-employment (post-offer) physical and continuing physical examinations at regular intervals.
  7. Ability to pass a pre-employment (post-offer) drug screen and continuing random drug screenings post-hire.
  8. Preferred certifications:  State of Oklahoma Mechanical Contractors License, First class Stationery Engineer’s License.
Education & Experience: 
  1. High school diploma and two years of college-level or vocational course work in general mechanics, HVAC, electrical apparatus, and wiring;
  2. Five to seven years experience in property maintenance, including project scheduling, budgeting estimating, and developing and implementing preventive maintenance programs;
  3. Five to seven years managerial experience;
  4. Or equivalent technical training, education, and/or experience.
Physical & Environmental Conditions: 

Work requires moderate physical effort including lifting and carrying up to 60 pounds and assembling, testing and repairing equipment in a variety of circumstances including possible inclement weather.

Work environment involves the everyday risks or discomforts associated with mechanical or boiler rooms, construction sites, building exteriors including rooftops and the use of chemicals and the operation of medium to heavy equipment. Taking appropriate safety precautions, including the use of personal protective equipment, the use of safe workplace practices and the observance of all applicable codes, fire regulations and traffic signals is mandatory.

How to apply: 

Tulsa City-County Library
Business Office
400 Civic Center
Tulsa, OK 74103

FAX YOUR RESUME TO: (918) 549-7379

The above job description is not intended as, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.