Bridgewater – Raynham Schools Facilities Director

  • March 22, 2019 at 7:11 pm #35172



    POSITION: Director of Facilities
    Effective Date: July 1, 2019
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    The Director of Facilities will be responsible for supporting the academic mission by overseeing the
    planning, operation and maintenance of District's facilities; providing leadership in ensuring the School's
    facilities meet the changing needs of its academic programs, faculty and students; managing the upkeep of
    existing facilities including capital projects; proactively managing utility costs and energy conservation;
    ensuring a safe and secure campus environment. The Director of Facilities maintains and oversees the
    buildings, mechanical and electrical systems, buildings and grounds, custodian, maintenance, groundskeeper
    staff, and other related services for the District.
    Qualifications: Minimum of Bachelor's degree, Construction License and/or trade licenses is preferred as is a
    minimum of three years supervisory experience. The successful candidate must possess knowledge of facilities,
    building systems, construction, IT terminology, OSHA regulations, building codes, environmental agency
    requirements, life safety standards, financial and asset management, and capital planning and management. Any
    combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities to perform
    the essential job functions is qualifying.
    REPORTS TO: Superintendent of Schools
    Essential Duties:
    The essential functions or duties listed below are intended only as illustration of the various types of work that may
    be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if work is
    similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.
     Plan, organize, coordinate and supervise the operating budgets; operation and maintenance, repair,
    alteration and construction of school assets and systems.
     Knowledge of State Procurement Laws, Bid Specification Preparation, Prevailing Wage Laws, Right
    To Know and CommBuys process.
     Oversee custodial, maintenance and groundskeeper personnel, service contract providers and
    contractors to coordinate and prioritize day-to-day support services activities and work projects;
    assign, review and evaluate the work of in-house personnel and service providers involved in each of
    their assignments.
     Plan, organize, coordinate and oversee day-to-day maintenance activities in the operation,
    maintenance, and management of custodial, maintenance and grounds personnel, service providers,
    and construction firms including H.V.A.C., plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting, buildings and
    grounds, locksmith, fire protection and fire alarm to assure the proper and efficient management of
    the school.
     Manage the building automation and energy management programs, preventive maintenance and
    associated service contracts, utility systems and school assets to determine needed maintenance and
    repairs. Review work in progress and assure proper completion of work orders, contracts and new
    capital construction projects.
     Facilities Troubleshooting: Analyze technical and operational problems and devise technical solutions or
    processes to address those problems.  This could involve a wide range of issues relating to site and utilities,
    building envelope, machinery and equipment, mechanicals, environmental issues, building code and
    regulatory issues.
     Assist in the development and implementation of a detailed, Capital Improvement Plan to improve the
    overall facilities.
     Interface with local community activities, town agencies and member community’s fire and police
     Facilitate soliciting of service contracts, design and construction services and other as-needed

     Manage, monitor and report on annual operating costs and budget expenditures for all support
    services. Manage and follow-up on purchase orders to assure timely and proper payment for supplies
    and services purchased; maintain a minimum par level on all supplies through the P.O. and order
     Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; assign and review work and participate in
    the selection of new personnel as assigned; recommend and participate in disciplinary action as
     Conduct inspections and recommend the removal of fire, safety or health hazards and assist in
    coordinating asbestos-related issues; lead, chemicals and mold-related issues; oversee the safekeeping
    and proper disposal of waste; instruct staff in safe and proper work practices.
     Facilitate in the coordination of large projects including deferred maintenance, preventive
    maintenance, energy conservation, asbestos removal, mold removal and capital projects.
     Read and interpret building plans, blueprints and specifications and assure conformance with building
    and safety codes, regulations and requirements.
     Prepare and maintain records, files, logs and reports related to personnel, inventory, supplies, work
    requests, work performed, vandalism, and safety issues using the school's maintenance management
    software programs.
     Performs snow plowing as well as supervises the snow removal on all school properties.
     Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the Superintendent of Schools

    WORK YEAR: Full Year
    BENEFITS: As negotiated by the Bridgewater-Raynham Superintendent of Schools
    RATE OF PAY: Individual Contract; Exempt Position
    Salary Range: $90,000 – $105,000

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative to those an employee encounters while performing the
    essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform
    the essential functions.
    ● Physical Demands: The Manager of Facilities and Operations is on-call for emergency situations 24 hours per
    day. The incumbent must be able to hear and speak to exchange information and make presentations; walk to
    conduct inspections; bend at the waist and sit or stand for extended periods of time; must be able to lift, bend,
    push and move objects weighing up to 25 pounds and climb ladders indoors and to get to the roof.
    ● Environment: Indoor and outdoor work environment; subject to driving a vehicle to conduct work.
    The information contained in this job description is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities act (A.D.A.) and is not an exhaustive list of the duties
    performed for this position. Additional duties are performed by the individual currently holding this position and additional duties may be assigned.

    HR/Job Description: 03.21.2019

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