Job ID: 120854123
5 - 10 years
The Director of Facilities will provide overall leadership and direction for the development, planning and coordination of Cloverleaf’s company-wide facility projects and capital activities. S/he will provide oversight and leadership to a team of four subject-matter, management professionals responsible for capital asset purchasing, construction planning and management, and plant maintenance staff training and support.
- Perform periodic site inspections to existing and new construction to recommend improvements and perform facility planning, budgeting, and equipment replacement – to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and local codes and ordinances.
- Ensure sites are operated and maintained in compliance with federal, state, and local requirements.
- Function with a ‘No Surprises’ approach to communication ensuring that key stakeholders remain informed.
- Lead successful implementation of special projects and initiatives.
- Achieve cost savings and meet project timelines through maximizing utilization of suppliers, preferred vendors/contractors and identifying additional efficiency opportunities.
- Develop, maintain and adhere to project budgets and timelines (e.g. costs, time and materials, schedules, budgets, change orders, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring objectives are achieved within budget and timeframes and in compliance with established requirements.
- Provide leadership to the Facilities Department.
- Represent Cloverleaf to potential clients, regulatory agencies, and municipal parties.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Experience in the management of physical operations and a strong knowledge of the principles and practices of system maintenance, repair, building design, construction and related technology support tools such as CAFM, CMMS, CAD and associated financial accountability.
- Strong assessment, analytical and problem solving skills with an ability to read and interpret architectural and MEP engineering drawings and specifications.
- Knowledge and experience with OSHA and EPA regulations, fire, uniform building, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and safety codes.
- Strong knowledge of warehousing and food manufacturing facilities, utilities and equipment desired.
- Familiarity in operation of boilers, compressors, generators, etc., as well as various mechanical, HVAC, building codes, maintenance practices and procedures.
- Excellent communication and presentation skills.
- Strong managerial and organizational ability.
- Ability to think strategically and translate into action.
- Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of practical problems.
- Adaptability to changing work environment and/or priorities; adhere to safety practices; attentive to details; meet deadlines and schedules; work with frequent interruptions; and work under time constraints.
- Able to travel.