Facility Manager 设施经理
The Facility Manager requires someone who is ready to:
Support all departments to ensure that the properties, fixtures, installations and machines are always kept in good condition.
Maintain and order parts and supplies in a timely and efficient manner.
Create and execute facilities strategy, policies.
Devise and coordinate preventive maintenance, maintenance and technical optimization of the building facilities including but not limited to:
General deficiencies associated with construction.
Painting all public areas on a regular basis and additional exhibition spaces as needed.
React to miscellaneous repairs needed on an as-needed basis.
Provide proper support in construction-related requests such as building or installing shelving, building cases or other items that are custom-built for the museum.
Addressing repairing “to-do” list items as dictated by other team members.
Contacting vendors as needed for supplies and support for items that require it.
Budget management and control of small maintenance expenditures and the ability to assess and report back the economics and professional appropriateness of measures.
Consistently discuss the needs of the building with the operations team, readjusting the schedule of the day to meet the ever-changing needs of the Museum.
Be a part of planning to support the additional business units and plan schedules appropriately in conjunction with the operations team.
Advise on the movement of building furniture, fixtures, etc. as needed and the movement of any other elements in conjunction with the needs of the Programming, Events, and Exhibition teams.
Comfort with and understanding of the implications a multi-use venue can have on proposed Facilities and Operations schedules and the ability to improvise gracefully around these.
Log service and finished projects using approved company systems and records.
Address building-wide requests in real-time via company-wide communications.
Expert in all painting, construction and adept in other services such plumbing and minor mechanical operations consistent with building maintenance.
The ability to utilize construction tools.
2. Health and Safety
Be familiar with property safety, first aid and fire and emergency procedures and operate equipment safely and sensibly
Initiate action to correct a hazardous situation and notify supervisors of potential dangers
Be aware of duty of care and adhere to occupational, health and safety legislation, policies and procedures
Log security incidents and accidents in accordance with company requirements
3. Finance Responsibilities
Assist General Manager in the preparation and management of the department’s budget. Duties include:
Co-ordinate the preparation of the departmental annual budget
Manage the Department’s expenses
Education: Academic degree or professional qualification in facilities management, construction, civil engineering or similar
Language: Excellent communication skill in Mandarin and English verbal, listening and writing
Work Experience: 5 years of equivalent responsibility experience managing facility operations and maintenance in a fast-paced, multi-purpose environment (hospitality, retail, museum, event, etc.) Pre-opening experience is an advantage.
Knowledge: Facility management knowledge, knowledge of how to implement, measure and follow up projects, hands-on mentality
Skills: Computer Skills, Positive attitude and excellent communication skills, Excellent time management and prioritization skills
Working Environment and Schedule: Able to work on some nights, weekends and holidays