POSITION: Maintenance Systems Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: Facilities – Multiple Locations
POSTING NUMBER: 19-35
REPORTS TO: Facilities Manager
STATUS: Regular Full-time: Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
The Maintenance Systems Coordinator is a new, unique hybrid role for the Society which oversees and provides input into the standardization, mapping, optimization and efficiencies of processes throughout the Society’s portfolio, including dispatch of internal staff and external maintenance contractors under the direction of the Facilities Manager. This role also has responsibilities across the organization, including our affordable housing locations in the Downtown Eastside and the West End, our Mental Health Supported Housing, our Women’s and Children’s program as well as providing support for our other property assets.
While this role is primarily geared towards ensuring the ongoing operations of our facilities, it is anticipated that the role will include a knowledge and understanding of IT and quality improvement as it relates to ongoing property maintenance, sustainability, tenant experience and/or creation or implementation of new integrated management system. This position is also responsible for the supervision of Building Service Workers (or equivalent) and janitorial staff and completion of some general maintenance.
EDUCATION/PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE:
- Previous work with building/maintenance software systems and/or implementation process
- Building Systems Engineer Certificate Levels I and II, or Level III or Building Service Worker Certificate or an equivalent combination of education/experience
- Capital planning, change management and project management experience preferred
- Previous work within a culture of continuous improvement
- Understanding and experience with methodologies and tools of LEAN / Six Sigma process improvement, or similar
- First Aid Certificate
- Three years’ experience in supervisory role
- Five years previous work experience in facilities maintenance, preferably in a multi-unit residential setting.
- Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
- Ability to take initiative and work with minimal amount of supervision.
- Ability to work in a stressful and changing work environment.
- Ability to work with, and empathize with people who may have experienced abuse, poverty, family violence, , addictions, mental illness or may be living with HIV/AIDs or other life-limiting or life threatening conditions.
- Physical abilities to carry out duties of the position, including lifting, stooping, crouching and standing for long periods.
- Ability to operate basic computer programs, MS Windows environment, MS Outlook, Word and Excel.
- Class 5 Drivers License is required.
- Ability to operate related equipment including safe operation of hand and power tools.
- Use of one’s own vehicle may be required.
Date Posted: July 25, 2019
Deadline for submission: Vacant until filled
OPEN TO: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL APPLICANTS
Thank you for your interest in a career with The Bloom Group.
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