The Multi Property Facilities Manager will oversee all engineering and maintenance functions at all assigned venues.
Responsibilities include the following for each property; all equipment, systems and building components, including, but not limited to, mechanical and electrical systems, pumps, HVAC, refrigeration, plumbing, locks, furniture, paint, wall coverings, tile and other equipment/work normally maintained/performed by Maintenance Engineers. Additional responsibilities include management and decision making authority for day to day operations and overseeing operating maintenance engineers.
Responsible for the repair, maintenance and operation of all equipment, furnishings, systems and building components at each of the assigned hotel facilities.
WORK PERFORMED FOR EACH ASSIGNED PROPERTY:
Operates repairs and maintains all operating equipment, including, but not limited to all pumps, motors, boilers, chillers, etc.
Operates repairs and maintains all electrical systems, refrigeration systems and equipment.
Paints all surface & equipment, makes minor wall covering repairs and minor furniture touch-up.
Operates, repairs ad maintains all lighting and related equipment systems.
Operates, repairs ad maintains all plumbing and related equipment and systems.
Repairs and maintains all appliances and equipment and physical plant.
Repairs and maintains all furnishings, equipment and physical plant.
Replaces light bulbs, fixtures, televisions and radios.
Repairs and maintains lock and key system.
Performs minor construction work.
Performs necessary inspections and repairs (as required & designated) to kitchen and restaurant equipment and furnishings.
Any other related duties as assigned by the Directors of Operations or the Corporate VP of Design and Construction.
Responsible for developing annual capital expenditure budgets and executing cap ex projects
Maintain facilities staff
Prepare scheduling for team
Maintain day to day documentation for each property.
Conduct performance evaluations as appropriate
Train (both technical and safety items) for each property.
EMPLOYEE RELATIONS: Ability to work harmoniously with all other venue management as well as vendors and contractors.
MATERIAL & PRODUCTS: Maintain par stocks of essential parts and associated materials and products used for operating, repairing and maintaining for each venue and for notifying Directors when parts are needed by using the proper requisition system as appropriate including purchasing.
PAPERWORK: Maintain accurate logs of equipment tests, (such as fire alarm systems, emergency lighting, fir extinguishers, etc.) repair and preventative maintenance logs, monthly reports, daily walk reports, meter readings, etc for each property.
EDUCATION: High school graduation. Trade school or military experience.
EXPERIENCE: Five years experience as a Maintenance Engineer within a hospitality environment. Must be certified in High-rise Fire Safety, CFC and chemical testing. Must be proficient in electrical, HVAC, plumbing, locksmith, refrigeration, welding, boiler maintenance, chillers and carpentry.
PERSONAL SKILLS: The ability to understand written and verbal instructions and to communicate effectively. To maintain accurate readings and logs. To have a solid electrical/mechanical aptitude. To be able to read blueprints and define areas quickly. To have basic management abilities and to make reasonable decisions.