What you'll do...
- Ensures associates to respond to emergencies, outages, alarms, and incoming calls to achieve productivity objectives by creating proactive recovery plans; assessing situations; staging equipment, supplies, and resources; determining the level of involvement and coordination needed by different departments; hiring and dispatching contractors to resolve specialized issues; determining power restoration needs and approving requests; ensuring remediation of issues; escalating issues as required; and updating, executing, and educating teams on corporate power restoration plans.
- Maintains relationships and supports internal stakeholders by identifying improvement opportunities and recommending enhancing the performance of assets ; improving the building and refrigeration system's efficiency, performance, and life; and facilitating corrective action plans.
- Manages measures through advanced programming activities to ensure balanced energy savings, sustainability initiatives, and customer service satisfaction by analyzing the collection and maintenance of system data; identifying necessary programming for special projects; making decisions to program equipment to operate or cease operation; and making decisions to restore assets to operational status and non-interrupted store operation.
- Leads multiple facilities maintenance projects by developing recommendations for improvements ; establishing timelines, milestones, and deliverables for campus-wide projects; defining resources needed; determining project metrics; ensuring project milestones are met; identifying potential risks and obstacles and developing solutions; developing implementation plans; and acting as a liaison between facilities maintenance and home office departments.
- Maintains project oversight by providing updates to administrative coordinator to track; ensures availability of materials and equipment; preparing labor and material cost estimates; recommending equipment and facility improvements and cost reductions; approving invoices .
- Manages department budget by gathering and trending data; validating spending related to materials and labor; reviewing facility-related invoicing by set procedures; developing reports ; approving expenditures at set spending limit; managing warranty reimbursement; and ensuring landlord compliance with lease agreements.
- Manages compliance with federal, state, and local heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration industry laws, regulations, and guidelines by implementing maintenance policies and procedures; managing risk with removal of ozone-depleting refrigerants; and overseeing HVAC/R regional programs.
- Develops and manages financial planning processes by researching and analyzing historical data to develop future budget projection models; establishing maintenance/repair spend plans to achieve annual operating performance objectives for the business; establishing capital expenditure spend plans to achieve annual capital expenditure objectives for the business; developing and managing maintenance and repair financial tools to support business making decisions for operating expense; developing and managing capital financial tools to make total cost of ownership decisions regarding repair or end of life replacements; collaborating with leaders to communicate budgets and forecasts; managing and conducting budget review meetings.
- Drives the execution of multiple business plans and projects by identifying customer and operational needs; developing and communicating business plans and priorities; removing barriers and obstacles that impact performance; providing resources; identifying performance standards; measuring progress and adjusting performance accordingly; developing contingency plans; and demonstrating adaptability and supporting continuous learning.
- Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates by selecting and training; mentoring; assigning duties; building a team-based work environment; establishing performance expectations and conducting regular performance evaluations; providing recognition and rewards; coaching for success and improvement; and ensuring diversity awareness.
Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, or related field and 3 years’ experience in facilities management, construction management, engineering, or related area OR 5 years’ experience in facilities management, construction management, engineering, or related area.
Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
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2101 SE SIMPLE SAVINGS DR, BENTONVILLE, AR 72712-4304, United States of America