The Facilities Coordinator is charged with activities concerned with the operation, repair and maintenance of the Glen Oaks Country Club (GOCC) facilities. This job will include working directly with contractors, equipment, buildings, and construction to maintain the excellence of services set forth by GOCC. Facilities Coordinator is responsible for providing an environment that supports productivity along with minimizing risk for members and employees. The position performs work independently under the direction of the Facilities Manager. Skills necessary for success will include knowledge of all operational functions on the property, aquatics area and overall building systems. This may include such functions as maintenance, repairs, painting, and carpentry.
Exercises independent judgement for accomplishing tasks within instructions and pre-established guidelines.
Must be able to direct work of others, such as contractors or employees, as required.
Provides prompt, courteous, and excellent service to all clients and operates with accordance of GOCC policies and procedures.
Actively cooperate and interact with all GOCC business units to maintain a productive work environment.
Present a positive image of GOCC in terms of professionalism, courtesy, and friendliness which is a direct reflection of the facilities maintained and through daily interactions.
Follow through on assignments, set priorities, recognize problems, and optimize the use of time.
Display effective oral and written communication skills with the clients and documenting work performed to meet assigned duties or projects.
Keeps management informed of issues by providing open, honest and timely communication.
Perform periodic and planned inspections of facilities in order to observe condition of the property and initiate repairs as needed.
Work on small construction projects as requested.
Furniture assembly moving assistance when needed.
Assists with other duties as assigned.
High school diploma
Two plus years of experience in facilities or building trades include food service equipment, refrigeration and HVAC
Able to read and understand blue prints and wiring diagrams
Have or willing to obtain your EPA 608 refrigeration license (club will pay for certifications)
Have or willing to obtain your CPO license (club will pay for certifications)
Advance technical designation or degree related to field experience
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Strong technical ability – ability to learn new systems
Strong mechanical aptitude
Preferred: Electrical, plumbing, HVAC, engineering, and general building maintenance skills
Excellent communication skills
Ability to utilize web tools, online resources, and customer service processes to work efficiently
Working Conditions and Critical Physical Demands
Working in disagreeable environments or conditions (high noise, weather, in and outdoors)
Handling or working with potentially dangerous equipment
Working under tight time constraints
Working in an area in which the mechanicals are of precise measure of quantity and quality
Potential for on-call or scheduled situation outside of regular business hours
Ability to lift 50 pounds or less; lifting objects from one location to another
Ability to sit, stand, push, pull, and walk as part of regular job duties
Ability to use fingers, arms, hands, or wrists, repetitively for long periods of time which may include reach, grasp, or feel of objects
Ability to climb stairs, ladders, balance to prevent falling, kneel, crawl, stoop or crouch
Ability to see and focus on both far and near objects along with accurate depth perception with a normal field of vision
Ability to see colors, identify and distinguish colors
Ability to be on feet for up to 8 hours, standing and walking
Ability to drive safely and following all state laws of vehicle operations
Ability to bend, stoop, and twist
Ability to read, write, speak and hear in English language without translation