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Facility Manager

Company: Colorado Outward Bound School
Location: Leadville
Posted on: June 9, 2021

Job Description:

OrganizationThe Colorado Outward Bound School is a non-profit adventure-based education organization that emphasizes personal growth through challenge and experience. For over 50 years, our wilderness courses have focused on inspiring responsibility, teamwork, confidence, compassion, and environmental and community mitment to Equity & DiversityColorado Outward Bound School celebrates diversity and strives to create an inclusive environment for all employees. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, LGBTQ+ identity, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is based on qualifications and business needs. SummaryThe Facilities Manager holds primary oversight of the facilities at the Leadville Mountain Center (LMC), with occasional remote location responsibilities. This role will maintain smooth and safe operations of grounds and facilities while supporting program needs throughout. This is a hands-on management position and requires team management, scheduling, prioritization and delegation of duties, repair, and maintenance skills.Essential Duties & ResponsibilitiesOversees daily operations of facilities and team. Conducting daily team safety and duty briefings.Prioritizes and delegates tasks according to safety concerns, as well as program and operational needs.Serves on the Rocky Mountain Program Leadership team, contributing to meetings and advising on facility usage based on functionality and safety.Oversees and implements scheduled maintenance, repairs and construction, and project plans for the LMC.Responsible for preventative, routine, and emergency maintenance as well as replacements for the LMC.Monitors the condition, safety, operation, and cleanliness of the LMC.Reports on and keeps accurate records of all facility systems and safety checks.Advises on priorities for all aspects of the LMC facility with regards to program, logistical and course needs.Oversees vendor/service provider relations and communication, ensuring routine and emergent issues are responded to by third party providers in a timely manner.Supervises and coordinates all in house LMC facility projects and routine maintenance.Work with the Resource Manager to ensure care, maintenance, and repair of all LMC facilities' vehicles and equipment, as well as program vehicles as requested.Supervises and manages RMP facilities personnel including full/part time assistant(s), daily employees, and volunteers.Work with Program Director and Senior Leadership Team to inform budget, expenses, financial tracking, and determination of necessary capital improvements, facility upgrades and larger maintenance projects. Work with Resource Manager to develop basecamp opening/closing schedules and checklists based on program needs and facility functionality.Maintain necessary operator's licenses, certifications or permits for water and wastewater, health, facility, driver's license, OSHA. First aid, etc.Upholds and follows all program, school, and governmental policies.Secondary Duties & ResponsibilitiesCollects and analyzes data on facilities and building systems to determine their effective and economic use. Maintains or creates facility team support at the LMC.Development and implementation of systems for LMC facility usage and documentation.Works to maintain good relations with between COBS and our vendors/service providers, community members, government agencies, and pletes other tasks and duties as assigned.Knowledge & SkillsModerate proficiency using Excel and software tracking systems.High level of problem-solving, prioritization and management of multiple tasks with deadlines.Proactive and effective communicator and collaborator.Ability to develop and maintain positive, productive relationships with clients, partners, colleagues, and supervisor.Demonstrate strong integrity and commitment throughout. Ability to work both independently and cooperatively as a team member. Detail-oriented with excellent organizational and time-management skills.Experience driving manual vehicles and possess a clean driving record. Large vehicle experience preferred.Education and Work ExperienceMinimum of 5 years facilities related experience required.Ability to obtain OSHA 10 certificationAbility to obtain CPR and First Aid certification1-2 years of management and supervisory experience.High school diploma.Working ConditionsAbility to bend, lift, kneel, crawl and carry and lift 50 lbsMust be able to work around construction sites including underground, confined spaces, at heights, and above ground. This is a 40-hour/week (5 out of 7days) position with work requirements on weekends and holidays as needed.Work at computer up to 10 - 20% of time. Works at the LMC with some overnight travel to remote sitesOn call for facilities issues on rotation. Compensation & BenefitsWage range $33,000-$37,500Sick and PTOThis is a full-time benefited position. COBS offers an excellent Health, Dental, Vision and Paid Time Off and Sick leave package.Application InformationPlease address cover letter and resume to Leslie Spinelli (She/Her), Rocky Mountain Program Director. Employment Type: Full TimeYears Experience: 1 - 3 yearsBonus/Commission: No

Keywords: Colorado Outward Bound School, Vail , Facility Manager, Other , Leadville, Colorado

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