Facility Services Technician III
*Only World Vision internal applicants will be considered.
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The role of the Facility Service Coordinator is to oversee the maintenance for the facility/grounds and the coordination of courier service functions at the GCLA location. The individual will coordinate and oversee the scheduling of repairs and maintenance weekly and must have basic technical understanding of building systems.
This position supervises the Facility Services Technician for guidance and development and will supervise the facility technician staff and conducting the technician's performance review, monitoring absences, directing work, and basic knowledge of budgeting repairs and maintenance.
Day to day tasks require responding to facility requests, basic handyman repairs, receive shipments, mail room in/out bound service, basic copier trouble shooting, audio/visual support, maintain office furniture and equipment, order and organize supplies, setting up meeting rooms for chapel/meetings as needed, internal moving coordination or reconfiguration, cleaning, ergonomic service, periodic front desk coverage, access control and FOB management, attendance reports, maintain repair schedule, monitor campus security, trained in first aid to respond to emergency as needed.
Supports Corporate Services with operational and administrative ad-hoc requests specific to events planning, coordination and execution i.e. (Summer picnic, DoP, Thanksgiving & Christmas and GCLA hosted meetings)
Serves as the Emergency Operations Team Lead to maintain the Emergency Response Team’s (ERT) strategy and professional development for emergency preparedness and response for GCLA. Conduct regular meetings to provide support, guide work and monitor progress.
Inspect the building regularly for safety, security, and maintenance checks to determine the need for repairs and maintenance. The individual will work with vendors to prepare RFP’s and review proposals, service level agreements and contracts. They will schedule the work, and follow through to insure the quality of workmanship provided by vendor’s meets the organization’s standard. The individual will also need to have basic knowledge for budgeting and financial management, project management, working conditions, planning and strategies for building improvements.
Carries out additional responsibilities and projects assigned by the corporate services manager. Attends and participate in daily devotional meetings and weekly chapel service. Attends and participate in daily devotional meetings and weekly chapel.
KNOWLEDGE,SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Analytical skills: must look at a lot of different information and make decisions based on needs and budget.
Communication skills: Must be able present and clearly communicate verbally and in writing.
Attention to Detail: Quality control and making sure cleaning, upkeep and safety standards are maintained, or efficiencies are discovered.
Organization skills: The ability to use time, energy, resources, etc. in an effective way.
Requires High School diploma or technical school education or 5+ year’s facilities related experience.
Expected to work 40 hours a week. May be expected to work extra hours when there is an emergency that needs to be dealt with urgently.
Well-versed in technical/engineering operations and facilities best practices.
Knowledge of basic finance principles for budgeting and monitoring expenses with autocad application is required.
Basic knowledge of AutoCad architecture software.
Forklift, SAR, First Aid, CPR, AED Certified is preferred.
Basic computer knowledge and has the ability to learn quickly is preferred.
Be able to walk, bend, stoop, balance, crawl and reach for extended periods of time.
Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs.
Must be able comfortable and able to work on a ladder of 20 feet.